|Duration||5 days (18:00-21:00)PM|
|Date from||Ist Jan,2018|
|Date end||5th Jan,2018|
|Venue||PAF-KIET CITY CAMPUS|
|Rs/3000 For PAF_KIET Personals and students|
Course: Routing Protocols and Concepts:
Routing is an essential element of all but the smallest data communications networks. At one level, routing and the configuration of routers are quite simple. But as internetworks grow in size and complexity, routing issues can become at once both large and subtle. Perversely, perhaps, I am grateful for the difficult problems large-scale routing can present—as a network systems consultant; these problems are my bread and butter.
The audience for this Course is any network designer, administrator, or engineer who needs a full understanding of the interior routing protocols of TCP/IP. Although the practical aspects of the Course focus on Cisco’s IOS, the information is applicable to any routing platform. The course is not only for readers who plan to become Internetwork Experts, but for anyone who wishes to advance his or her knowledge of TCP/IP routing.
Configuring and verify router interfaces
Identifying the characteristics if distance vector routing protocols
Demonstrating comprehensive RIP configuration skills
Designing and implementing a classless IP addressing scheme for a given network
Using advanced configuration commands with routers implementing EIGRP
Describe the basic features and concepts of link-state routing protocols
BSc, MSc(Applied Physics), MSCS, CCNA (Network Fundamentals, LAN Switching and Wireless, Routing Protocols and Concepts, Accessing the WAN)