Routing for CCNA Data Center (200-150/200-155)

by Greg Dickinson

Routers are the glue that holds modern internetworks together. This course will get you up to speed with the basics of IP routing, including IP addressing, routing protocols and first hop redundancy, and device security on the control plane.

What you'll learn

Ensuring that data can efficiently flow throughout the data center is paramount in modern networking designs. In this course, Routing for CCNA Data Center (200-150/200-155), you will get a solid overview of IP routing in a modern datacenter. First, you will explore IP addressing and subnetting by taking a deep dive on both IPv4 and IPv6. Next, you will learn the basics of routing, including a discussion of routing protocols and the various networking models that enable them. Finally, you will discover first hop redundancy and basic IP security. When you are finished with this course, you will have a solid grasp of IP subnetting, routing, and security that will help you as you study for the CCNA Data Center exams.

About the author

Greg has been a longtime "technology enthusiast" (aka "computer nerd") that managed to take his hobby and make a very good living out of it. He's dealt with networking software as far back as NetWare 3.11 and GroupWise and carried that curiosity forward to become skilled in Windows, Exchange, Cisco, and VMware technologies.

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