You'll learn how to design Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) internal routing for an enterprise network that runs on Cisco equipment. In other words, you'll learn to design an implementation of one of the most advanced enterprise routing protocols available right now, and how to make your large-scale networks propagate routing information in the quickest, most efficient way.
3 HOURS OF TRAINING
4 VIRTUAL LABS
0 PRACTICE EXAMS
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Advanced Cisco Networking: What is EIGRP Design? FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
Network designers, network engineers and senior network administrators will want to take this course on EIGRP design. If you currently support networks that operate on Cisco equipment, learning to design and implement EIGRP isn't really optional if you hope to advance your career. Additionally, some of what you'll learn about EIGRP can also be applied to non-Cisco networks.
Yes, this course was designed to help learners prepare for a portion of one of the concentration exams of the CCNP Enterprise, but this course isn't exclusively exam prep. You'll learn a lot about designing EIGRP on Cisco networks, but this course features a lot of actual practice with designing and implementing EIGRP in virtual, simulated environments.
If information like this on how to design and implement EIGRP on a Cisco network is useful for you, you should probably plan on earning the CCNP Enterprise eventually. The CCNP Enterprise is a big undertaking, and this course will help you with a portion of one of its concentration exams: Designing Cisco Enterprise Networks (ENSLD).
You should take this course because of the many advantages that EIGRP brings to a network. For instance, during normal operation, EIGRP has very low network resource usage, EIGRP only propagates routing table changes (not the entire table), and EIGRP supports rapid convergence times for network topology changes. Improve your Cisco network with EIGRP after taking this course.