The ROUTE exam has changed, as of January 29th, 2015. The 642-902 has been replaced with 300-101. ROUTE is the first of the three courses needed to achieve a CCNP in Routing and Switching. A solid understanding of CCNA R&S topics is definitely needed for those of you who wish to continue with the routing and switching track. This is a very intense course, and we go at it from day one with all guns blazing.Inquiries & Bookings
The five-day course begins with a review of some of the CCNA topics, then moves on to an in-depth study of EIGRP, OSPF, and BGP. These topics are followed by basic and advanced IPG route redistribution as well as policy-based routing. The course finishes with branch office networking and routing, and IPv6 is discussed in detail throughout the week.
We have plenty of configurations to go through, and IT Track has updated its course to ensure all trainees have more than enough hands-on experience to really dig into the technologies we cover in this course. In addition to the 1800 and 2800 series routers we have in house, we also provide pre-configured GNS3 1.x labs for route redistribution, OSPF, EIGRP and BGP scenarios, as well as examples of routing loops.
Prerequisites: Completion of CCNA Routing and Switching