In keeping up with this month’s theme, CCNP Enterprise, this week’s training video looks at IP SLA, a topic found in the ENCOR (350-401) exam blueprint. IP SLA is an active method of monitoring and reliably reporting on network performance, “active” meaning that IP SLA will generate and actively monitor traffic continuously across the network.
Enjoy the training!
In this week's training video, Charles takes a look at the configuration of VRF-lite. VRF stands for virtual routing and forwarding, or sometimes we see that called VPN routing and forwarding. This is a technology which allows us to create multiple routing tables within a router rather than having a single, global routing table.
By now I'm sure you've heard of the sweeping changes Cisco is making to their certification tracks, which was announced at Cisco Live on Monday June 10, 2019. I covered the CCNA exam changes in a previous post, so here I'll specifically address updates to the CCNP track.
First, if you've already started working toward any current CCNP certification - keep going! You have until February 24, 2020 to complete your certification, and in the new program, you'll receive credit for work you've already completed.
Let's begin by looking at the current list of CCNP certifications, set to expire next February:
Now, here are the new CCNP certifications that will be rolling out:
You may notice the absence of CCNP...
Cisco just announced their certification program is getting a MAJOR update. Here’s what you need to know: