After this course, you'll have a thorough understanding of one of the most essential routing protocols a network uses. This course covers how to configure and maintain Cisco equipment so that the Open Shortest Path First protocol is optimized throughout your network and your site map is complete.
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34 VIRTUAL LABS
0 PRACTICE EXAMS
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Cisco OSPF Configuration FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
This course is meant for network administrators. Whether you've only got a tiny bit of experience or you've been working for years, this course helps make sure you're completely rock-solid when it comes to OSPF. And anyone who wants to try for a Cisco certification should take this course.
No, this OSPF configuration training isn't associated with any certifications directly. But configuring and using OSPF is a part of most Cisco certification exams, so if you're planning to eventually earn a certification from Cisco, taking this course first will help make sure you understand OSPF completely.
Pretty much all Cisco certifications will be easier after taking this OSPF configuration course, but it doesn't cover all the information on any one certification exam. If you're early in your career, the CCNA is a good starting certification and for more experienced administrators, one of the CCNPs.
You should take this Cisco OSPF training because OSPF is the sort of topic that the more you learn about it, the more there is to learn. There's OSPF routers, link-state databases, summarization and filtering, how it interacts with IPv6, and much more that an administrator needs to know.