If you need to bridge the gap to get into the network security or service provider space, or if you just need to pass the TSHOOT exam, this course will test and hone fundamental troubleshooting skills related to BGP, redistribution, and GRE tunnels.
With secure Internet connectivity becoming more of a business necessity, being able to resolve problems with BGP and GRE tunnels is a key skill for any network admin. In this course, Troubleshooting Cisco Networks: Internet Security for CCNP R&S 300-135 TSHOOT, you'll learn to troubleshoot problems with BGP and GRE tunnels. First, you'll learn to troubleshoot eBGP and iBGP peerings. Next, you'll learn to troubleshoot redistribution between BGP and IGPs. Finally, you'll learn how troubleshoot GRE and IPsec tunnels. When you're finished with this course, you'll have the skills and knowledge needed to troubleshoot almost any problem with BGP or GRE tunnels, including problems found on the CCNP TSHOOT exam. Software required: Cisco VIRL.
Ben Piper is the author of the "CCNP Enterprise Certification Study Guide: Implementing and Operating Cisco Enterprise Network Core Technologies" and the "AWS Certified Solutions Architect Study Guide". You can contact Ben by visiting his website, benpiper.com.
Course Overview Hi everybody, I'm Ben Piper, independent IT consultant and published author, and welcome to my course, Troubleshooting Cisco Networks: Internet Security for CCNP Routing and Switching 300-135 TSHOOT. In this course, you're going to troubleshoot nine different problems related to external and internal BGP peerings, BGP advertisements, route redistribution with interior gateway protocols, GRA tunnels, and even a little bit of IPsec. This is the 4th course in a 6-course series designed to prepare you for the Cisco CCNP TSHOOT exam, troubleshooting and maintaining Cisco IP networks, which is part of the CCNP Routing and Switching track. By then end of this course, you'll have the confidence to approach almost any problem related to BGP or GRE tunnels, even problems related to IPv6, no matter how complex the problem or the topology, you'll be able to determine where to start, how to narrow the problem down to a specific layer, and even how to figure out what specific technology is causing it. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn Cisco network troubleshooting with this course, Troubleshooting Cisco Networks: Internet Security for CCNP Routing and Switching 300-135 TSHOOT, only here on Pluralsight.