You'll learn how to maximize network speed and efficiency on particularly and especially large enterprise or campus networks through clever application of the EIGRP protocol. You'll learn how to design networks with EIGRP in mind, how to configure stub routing and how to authenticate neighbor relationships in this course.
5 HOURS OF TRAINING
6 VIRTUAL LABS
0 PRACTICE EXAMS
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Cisco EIGRP Configuration FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
Network engineers or network administrators who work with optimizing traffic flow and efficiencies on enterprise-level networks or autonomous systems should be taking this EIGRP course. Cisco developed EIGRP originally, and their devices still need the neighbor-identification protocol to be configured in particular and specific ways.
No, this Cisco EIGRP configuration training isn't associated with any particular certifications. This relatively short course focuses only on configuring and optimizing EIGRP on Cisco devices. Afterward, you'll know exactly how to use the protocol best on Cisco devices and how to speed up enterprise network traffic.
For network administrators new in their career, the Cisco CCNA is the best certification to pursue after this EIGRP configuration course. For network engineers who are further along, Cisco CCNP Enterprise is a good certification that relies on EIGRP knowledge, but you'll have much more training to do.
You should take this course on how to configure EIGRP for Cisco devices if you need your Cisco-powered enterprise network to run more quickly and efficiently. You should also consider it if you work with any autonomous systems and need to understand how they decide their paths.