What about this course?
In the world of IP Routing Protocols much attention is given to RIP, EIGRP, OSPF and BGP. But often, a fifth option, IS-IS, is overlooked and remains a shadowy protocol that intimidates network engineers. This course goes into the details of how IS-IS (Intermediate System to Intermediate System) operates and will remove any trepidation you may feel about it. By drawing frequent comparisons between IS-IS and OSPF, you will learn such topics as; the differences between Level-1 and Level-2 Intermediate Systems, types of IS-IS Link State Packets, how they differ, and what they are used for, LSP Leaking, Pseudonodes, the usage of IS-IS areas, Filtering and Summarization with IS-IS and much, much more. By the time you are finished with this course you will be well-prepared to answer any questions about IS-IS you may encounter on certification exams.
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This course is composed by the following modules
Routing with IS-IS
IS-IS Overview :: Part 1
IS-IS Overview :: Part 2
IS-IS Areas & CLNS Addressing :: Part 1
IS-IS Areas & CLNS Addressing :: Part 2
IS-IS Adjacencies :: Part 1
IS-IS Adjacencies :: Part 2
Pseudonodes & the DIS :: Part 1
Pseudonodes & the DIS :: Part 2
IS-IS Configurations & Metrics
LSP-Type Details :: Part 1
LSP-Type Details :: Part 2
LSP Leaking :: Part 1
LSP Leaking :: Part 2
IS-IS Across NBMA Network
Redistribution into IS-IS
Filtering & Summarization with IS-IS :: Part 1
Filtering & Summarization with IS-IS :: Part 2
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