What about this course?
In this tour de force on Cisco’s Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) for the Cisco Certified Networking Professional (CCNP) candidate we will cover the basics of EIGRP configuration and adjacencies, message types, timers and timer manipulation, distance vector traits and characteristics, EIGRP in an MPLS L3 VPN as the Provider Edge (PE)-to-Customer Edge(CE) protocol, the EIGRP topology and neighbor tables, different EIGRP packet types, composite metric calculation, L3 traffic engineering with EIGRP, the EIGRP stub feature, leak maps, summarization, EIGRP wide metrics, Feasibility Condition (FC), queries, Stuck in Active (SIA), Feasible Successor (FS), Feasible Distance (FD), Computed Distance (CD), Reported Distance (RD), Equal and Unequal Cost Load Balancing, EIGRPv6, EIGRP Named Mode, redistribution semantics, native and dotted-decimal route tagging, extensive use of Wireshark for packet capture and analysis, EIGRP neighbor authentication methods, unicast neighbor adjacencies, common troubleshooting scenarios, and a detailed look at the EIGRP RFC 7868.
Instructor for this course
CCNA (RS CCNP (RS & WRLS) CNACI CWNE #131 JNCIA WRLS & SC)
This course is composed by the following modules
Introduction and Overview
EIGRP Packet Header
SIA-Query & SIA-Active Packets
Authentication (Classic Mode)
Authentication (Named Mode)
Troubleshooting Neighbor Adjacencies :: Part 1
Troubleshooting Neighbor Adjacencies :: Part 2
Classic Mode Metric Calculation :: Part I
Classic Mode Metric Calculation :: Part 2
Named Mode Metric Calculation
Unequal Cost Load Balancing
Summarization for IPv4
Summarization for IPv4 (Leak Maps)
Summarization for IPv6
Stub Routing :: Part 1
Stub Routing :: Part 2
Stub Routing with Leak Map
Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD)
MPLS L3 VPN & EIGRP :: Part I
MPLS L3 VPN & EIGRP :: Part 2
MPLS L3 VPN & EIGRP :: Part 3
DMVPN & EIGRP
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