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Our CCNP ENARSI training class is designed to give you the knowledge you need to pass this important CCNP concentration exam, and the confidence you need to put your skills into practice in the real world.
Cisco's CCNP ENARSI concentration exam is one of the optional specializations you need to take to earn the CCNP Enterprise certification. In order to complete the full CCNP Enterprise certification, you need to have passed the CCNP ENCOR exam and one of six concentration exams.
TrainACE's CCNP ENARSI training expands on skills and knowledge learned while taking the CCNP ENCOR class. This class focuses on building your knowledge and skills in advanced routing and infrastructure technologies. At the end of the training, you will be able to install, set up, manage and troubleshoot an enterprise network.
TrainACE's training philosophy is rooted in the belief that you should leave the class with the confidence to apply your skills in the real world, not just pass the exam, which is why our hands-on classes use real Cisco equipment.
Our Cisco lab is set up with a live environment and real Cisco equipment, which our instructors use during class to interactively demonstrate what you are learning. Working with actual equipment rather than viewing virtual simulations, will give you more confidence when you have to apply your skills back in an office environment.
Our Cisco instructors have a minimum of the CCNP certification, and several years of industry experience – most have CCIE accreditation and other important certifications from other vendors such as EC-Council, CompTIA, and Microsoft.
TrainACE can also create tailored training solutions for corporate clients covering CCNP and other disciplines. We can run these classes in-house or at your facility.
Top tip! If you are looking to take your full CCNP Enterprise certification in one go, and save on the training costs, take a look at our CCNP Enterprise (ENCOR + ENARSI) Combo training.
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Why Take CCNP ENARSI Training?
If you've spent much time in the IT industry, particularly if you work in systems administration or help desk roles, you'll be familiar with how widely adopted Cisco equipment is. With more than 70% of the world's computer networks using Cisco, you are sure to encounter Cisco environments at some point in your career.
If you are reviewing this page, you are most likely familiar with Cisco's certifications and have some experience using and implementing Cisco networks. If not you should take a step back and look at CCNA certification, which will give you the foundational knowledge to get started with Cisco.
CCNP ENARSI is one of the six concentration exams that follow CCNP ENCOR certification to make up the full CCNP Enterprise certification. ENARSI (Enterprise Advanced Routing and Services) builds on ENCOR knowledge expanding into advanced routing and infrastructure technologies.
At the end of the class, you'll be able to implement, manage and troubleshoot enterprise networks.
What you need to know before taking CCNP ENARSI training
Candidates for the CCNP ENARSI training will have completed the CCNP ENCOR exam. Typically students have several years (3-5) experience working with enterprise networking solutions.
Exam and Certification Requirements:
Required Exam is the 300-410 ENARSI lasting 120 minutes
Who needs CCNP ENARSI Certification?
TrainACE's CCNP ENARSI courses are ideal for students in or preparing for job roles including:
- - Enterprise network engineers
- - System engineers
- - System administrators
- - Network administrators
- - Mid-level network engineers
How Long are the Cisco CCNP ENARSI Classes?
Our CCNP ENARSI classes run for 40 hours of instructor-led training. You can choose a weekday boot-camp format, or if you prefer out-of-hours training, we offer evening and weekend classes. When it comes to online versus in-class training, it depends on your personal preference, but we do find a lot of students benefit greatly from the in-person instruction. A boot camp style class is really good for ensuring you stay on track, cover all the topics you need for the test and are able to talk to someone when you get stuck on a concept.
How Hard are CCNP ENARSI Classes?
The Cisco CCNP ENARSI training class is run by some of the best instructors in the Washington D.C. region. Our instructors are there to help you succeed, so when you get stuck they are always willing to help.
CCNP is a mid-level certification but if you are looking to enroll in ENARSI you will already have CCNP fundamentals down, so while the class will require commitment and a keenness to learn you should find the certification doable.
Skills and Concepts:
What you will learn in our Cisco CCNP ENARSI training:
- - How to configure classic Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) and named EIGRP for IPv4 and IPv6
- - Optimize classic EIGRP and named EIGRP for IPv4 and IPv6
- - Troubleshoot classic EIGRP and named EIGRP for IPv4 and IPv6
- - Configure Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)v2 and OSPFv3 in IPv4 and IPv6 environments
- - Optimize OSPFv2 and OSPFv3 behavior
- - Troubleshoot OSPFv2 for IPv4 and OSPFv3 for IPv4 and IPv6
- - Implement route redistribution using filtering mechanisms
- - Troubleshoot redistribution
- - Implement path control using Policy-Based Routing (PBR) and IP service level agreement (SLA)
- - Configure Multiprotocol-Border Gateway Protocol (MP-BGP) in IPv4 and IPv6 environments
- - Optimize MP-BGP in IPv4 and IPv6 environments
- - Troubleshoot MP-BGP for IPv4 and IPv6
- - Describe the features of Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS)
- - Describe the major architectural components of an MPLS VPN
- - Identify the routing and packet forwarding functionalities for MPLS VPNs
- - Explain how packets are forwarded in an MPLS VPN environment
- - Implement Cisco Internetwork Operating System (IOS®) Dynamic Multipoint VPNs (DMVPNs)
- - Implement Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
- - Describe the tools available to secure the IPV6 first hop
- - Troubleshoot Cisco router security features
- - Troubleshoot infrastructure security and services