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  • A portable, bound copy of all CCNP v8 ENARSI Labs: convenient, lightweight, and friendly
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  • Contains additional pages between labs for in-class note-taking
  • Separate answer key available at Cisco Academy Connection and the Pearson.com Instructor Resource site


  • Copyright 2021
  • Dimensions: 8-1/2" x 10-7/8"
  • Pages: 528
  • Edition: 1st
  • Book
  • ISBN-10: 0-13-687093-7
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-13-687093-7

The only authorized Labs & Study Guide for the Cisco Networking Academy CCNP Enterprise: Advanced Routing (ENARSI), Version 8 course in the CCNP curriculum.

The two courses in this CCNP Enterprise Version 8.0 curriculum provide students with knowledge and skills needed to configure, operate, and troubleshoot large-scale enterprise networks. The courses cover a broad range of routing, switching, and wireless topics along with security best practices used in software-driven digital networks. CCNP Enterprise certification requires candidates to pass two 120-minute exams—CCNP and CCIE Enterprise Core ENCOR 350-401 and CCNP Enterprise Advanced Routing ENARSI 300-410.

By the end of the CCNP course series, students gain practical, hands-on lab experience preparing them for the CCNP Enterprise certification exams and career-ready skills for professional-level roles in the Information & Communication Technologies (ICT) industry.

CCNP Enterprise: Advanced Routing

This second of the two-course CCNP Enterprise series focuses on implementation and troubleshooting of advanced routing and redistribution for OSPF, EIGRP, and BGP along with VPN technologies, infrastructure security, and management tools used in Enterprise networks. Comprehensive labs emphasize hands-on learning and practice to reinforce configuration and troubleshooting skills.

This course directly prepares for the Cisco Enterprise Advanced Routing and Services concentration exam (300-410) to earn the Enterprise Advanced Infrastructure Implementation Specialist certification. By also passing the core exam (350-401 ENCOR) you will earn the CCNP Enterprise certification. The 40 comprehensive labs in this manual emphasize hands-on learning and practice to reinforce configuration skills.

This book is offered exclusively for students enrolled in Cisco Networking Academy courses. It is not designed for independent study or professional certification preparation. Visit netacad.com to learn more about program options and requirements.Related titles: CCNP and CCIE Enterprise Core & CCNP Enterprise Advanced Routing Portable Command Guide Book: 9780135768167 eBook: 9780135768181 31 Days Before Your CCNP and CCIE Enterprise Core Exam Book: 9780136965220 eBook: 9780136965169 CCNP Enterprise Advanced Routing ENARSI 300-410 Official Cert Guide Book: 9781587145254 Premium Edition: 9780135262054

Sample Content

Table of Contents

IPv4/IPv6 Addressing and Routing Review 1

1.1.2 Lab - Troubleshoot IPv4 and IPv6 Addressing Issues 1

Topology 1

Addressing Table 1

Objectives 1

Background/Scenario 1

Required Resources 2

Instructions 2

Router Interface Summary Table 4

Device Config Final – Notes 4

1.1.3 Lab - Troubleshoot IPv4 and IPv6 Static Routing 7

Topology 7

Addressing Table 7

Objectives 8

Background/Scenario 8

Required Resources 8

Instructions 8

Router Interface Summary Table 10

Device Config Final – Notes 10

Chapter 2 EIGRP 13

2.1.2 Lab - Implement EIGRP for IPv4 13

Topology 13

Addressing Table 13

Objectives 14

Background/Scenario 14

Required Resources 14

Router Interface Summary Table 28

Device Config Final – Notes 28

Chapter 3 Advanced EIGRP 31

3.1.2 Lab - Implement Advanced EIGRP for IPv4 Features 31

Topology 31

Addressing Table 31

Objectives 32

Background/Scenario 32

Required Resources 32

Instructions 32

Router Interface Summary Table 42

Device Config Final – Notes 42

Chapter 4 Troubleshooting EIGRP for IPv4 45

4.1.2 Lab - Troubleshoot EIGRP for IPv4 45

Topology 45

Addressing Table 45

Objectives 45

Background/Scenario 46

Required Resources 46

Instructions 46

Topology Update 48

Addressing Table Update 48

Router Interface Summary Table 49

Device Config Final – Notes 50

Chapter 5 EIGRPv6 53

5.1.2 Lab - Implement EIGRP for IPv6 53

Topology 53

Addressing Table 53

Objectives 54

Background/Scenario 54

Required Resources 54

Instructions 54

Router Interface Summary Table 72

Device Config Final – Notes 73

5.1.3 Lab - Troubleshoot EIGRP for IPv6 75

Topology 75

Addressing Table 75

Objectives 76

Background/Scenario 76

Required Resources 76

Instructions 76

Router Interface Summary Table 77

Device Config Final – Notes 78

Chapter 6 OSPF 81

6.1.2 Lab - Implement Single-Area OSPFv2 81

Topology 81

Addressing Table 81

Objectives 82

Background/Scenario 82

Required Resources 82

Instructions 82

Router Interface Summary Table 100

Device Config Final – Notes 100

Chapter 7 Advanced OSPF 103

7.1.2 Lab - Implement Multiarea OSPFv2 103

Topology 103

Addressing Table 103

Objectives 104

Background/Scenario 104

Required Resources 104

Instructions 105

Router Interface Summary Table 129

Device Config Final – Notes 129

7.1.3 Lab - OSPFv2 Route Summarization and Filtering 132

Topology 132

Addressing Table 132

Objectives 133

Background/Scenario 133

Required Resources 134

Instructions 134

Router Interface Summary Table 149

Device Config Final – Notes 150

Chapter 8 Troubleshooting OSPFv2 153

8.1.2 Lab - Troubleshoot OSPFv2 153

Topology 153

Addressing Table 153

Objectives 154

Background/Scenario 154

Required Resources 155

Instructions 155

Topology Update: 157

Addressing Table Update: 157

Router Interface Summary Table 159

Device Config Final – Notes 159

Chapter 9 OSPFv3 163

9.1.2 Lab - Implement Multiarea OSPFv3 163

Topology 163

Addressing Table 163

Objectives 164

Background/Scenario 164

Required Resources 164

Instructions 164

Router Interface Summary Table 181

Device Config Final – Notes 182

Chapter 10 Troubleshooting OSPFv3 185

10.1.2 Lab - Troubleshoot OSPFv3 185

Topology 185

Addressing Table 185

Objectives 186

Background/Scenario 186

Required Resources 187

Instructions 187

Device Config Final – Notes 189

Chapter 11 BGP 193

11.1.2 Lab - Implement eBGP for IPv4 193

Topology 193

Addressing Table 193

Objectives 194

Background/Scenario 194

Required Resources 194

Instructions 194

Router Interface Summary Table 208

Device Config Final – Notes 209

11.1.3 Lab - Implement MP-BGP 211

Topology 211

Addressing Table 211

Objectives 211

Background/Scenario 212

Required Resources 212

Instructions 212

Router Interface Summary Table 225

Device Config Final – Notes 225

Chapter 12 Advanced BGP 229

12.1.2 Lab - Implement BGP Path Manipulation 229

Topology 229

Addressing Table 229

Objectives 230

Background/Scenario 230

Required Resources 230

Instructions 230

Router Interface Summary Table 242

Device Config Final – Notes 242

Chapter 13 BGP Path Selection 245

13.1.2 Lab - Implement BGP Communities 245

Topology 245

Addressing Table 245

Objectives 246

Background/Scenario 246

Required Resources 246

Instructions 246

Reflection Questions 259

Router Interface Summary Table 259

Device Config Final – Notes 259

Chapter 14 Troubleshooting BGP 263

14.1.2 Lab - Troubleshoot BGP 263

Topology 263

Addressing Table 263

Objectives 265

Background/Scenario 265

Required Resources 266

Router Interface Summary Table 268

Device Config Final – Notes 268

Chapter 15 Route Maps and Conditional Forwarding 271

15.1.2 Lab - Control Routing Updates 271

Topology 271

Addressing Table 271

Objectives 272

Background/Scenario 272

Required Resources 272

Instructions 273

ACL 280

Router Interface Summary Table 286

Device Config Final – Notes 286

15.1.3 Lab - Path Control Using PBR 289

Topology 289

Addressing Table 289

Objectives 290

Background/Scenario 290

Required Resources 290

Instructions 291

Router Interface Summary Table 302

Device Config Final – Notes 302

15.1.4 Lab - Troubleshoot Route Maps and PBR 305

Topology 305

Addressing Table 305

Objectives 306

Background/Scenario 306

Required Resources 306

Instructions 306

Router Interface Summary Table 309

Device Config Final – Notes 309

Chapter 16 Route Redistribution 313

16.1.2 Lab - Configure Route Redistribution Between EIGRP and OSPF 313

Topology 313

Addressing Table 313

Objectives 314

Background/Scenario 314

Required Resources 314

Instructions 315

Reflection Questions 327

Router Interface Summary Table 328

Device Config Final – Notes 328

16.1.3 Lab - Configure Route Redistribution Within the Same Interior Gateway Protocol 331

Topology 331

Addressing Table 331

Objectives 332

Background/Scenario 332

Required Resources 332

Instructions 332

Prefix List 340

Reflection Questions 341

Router Interface Summary Table 342

Device Config Final – Notes 342

16.1.4 Lab - Implement Route Redistribution Between Multiple Protocols 345

Topology 345

Addressing Table 345

Objectives 346

Background/Scenario 346

Required Resources 346

Instructions 347

Reflection Questions 356

Router Interface Summary Table 356

Device Config Final – Notes 357

Chapter 17 Troubleshooting Redistribution 361

17.1.2 Lab - Troubleshoot Redistribution 361

Objectives 361

Background/Scenario 361

Required Resources 361

Instructions 362

Addressing Table 365

Scenario 366

Router Interface Summary Table 366

Device Config Final – Notes 367

Chapter 18 VRF, MPLS, and MPLS Layer 3 VPNs 369

18.1.2 Lab - Implement VRF-Lite 369

Topology 369

Addressing Table 369

Objectives 370

Background/Scenario 370

Required Resources 370

Router Interface Summary Table 380

Device Config Final – Notes 381

Chapter 19 DMVPN Tunnels 383

19.1.2 Lab - Implement a GRE Tunnel 383

Topology 383

Addressing Table 383

Objectives 383

Background/Scenario 384

Required Resources 384

Instructions 384

Router Interface Summary Table 395

Device Config Final – Notes 395

19.1.3 Lab - Implement a DMVPN Phase 1 Hub-to-Spoke Topology 398

Topology 398

Addressing Table 398

Objectives 398

Background/Scenario 399

Required Resources 400

Instructions 400

Router Interface Summary Table 410

Device Config Final – Notes 411

19.1.4 Lab - Implement a DMVPN Phase 3 Spoke-to-Spoke Topology 413

Topology 413

Addressing Table 413

Objectives 413

Background/Scenario 414

Required Resources 415

Instructions 415

Router Interface Summary Table 421

Device Config Final – Notes 422

19.1.5 Lab - Implement an IPv6 DMVPN Phase 3 Spoke-to-Spoke Topology 424

Topology 424

Addressing Table 424

Objectives 424

Background/Scenario 425

Required Resources 425

Instructions 425

Router Interface Summary Table 437

Device Config Final – Notes 438

Chapter 20 Securing DMVPN Tunnels 441

20.1.2 Lab - Configure Secure DMVPN Tunnels 441

Topology 441

Addressing Table 441

Objectives 441

Background/Scenario 442

Required Resources 442

Instructions 442

Router Interface Summary Table 451

Device Config Final – Notes 451

Chapter 21 Troubleshooting ACLs and Prefix Lists 455

21.1.2 Lab - Troubleshoot IPv4 ACLs 455

Topology 455

Addressing Table 455

Objectives 455

Background/Scenario 456

Required Resources 456

Instructions 456

Router Interface Summary Table 458

Device Config Final – Notes 459

21.1.3 Lab - Troubleshoot IPv6 ACLs 461

Topology 461

Addressing Table 461

Objectives 461

Background/Scenario 461

Required Resources 462

Router Interface Summary Table 464

Device Config Final – Notes 465

21.1.4 Lab - Troubleshoot Prefix Lists 467

Topology 467

Addressing Table 467

Objectives 467

Background/Scenario 467

Required Resources 468

Router Interface Summary Table 470

Device Config Final – Notes 470

Chapter 22 Infrastructure Security 473

22.1.2 Lab - Troubleshoot IOS AAA Authentication 473

Topology 473

Addressing Table 473

Objectives 473

Background/Scenario 474

Required Resources 474

Instructions 474

Router Interface Summary Table 476

Device Config Final – Notes 476

22.1.3 Lab - Troubleshoot uRPF 479

Topology 479

Addressing Table 479

Objectives 479

Background/Scenario 479

Required Resources 480

Instructions 480

Router Interface Summary Table 481

Device Config Final – Notes 481

22.1.4 Lab - Troubleshoot Control Plane Policing (CoPP) 484

Topology 484

Addressing Table 484

Objectives 484

Background/Scenario 484

Required Resources 485

Instructions 485

Router Interface Summary Table 487

Device Config Final – Notes 487

Chapter 23 Device Management and Management Tools Troubleshooting 491

23.1.2 Lab - Troubleshoot Device Access and File Transfer 491

Topology 491

Addressing Table 491

Objectives 491

Background/Scenario 492

Required Resources 492

Instructions 492

Router Interface Summary Table 494

Device Config Final – Notes 495

23.1.3 Lab - Troubleshoot SNMP and Logging Issues 497

Topology 497

Addressing Table 497

Objectives 497

Background/Scenario 497

Required Resources 498

Router Interface Summary Table 500

Device Config Final – Notes 500

23.1.4 Lab - Troubleshoot IP SLA and Netflow 503

Topology 503

Addressing Table 503

Objectives 504

Background/Scenario 504

Required Resources 504

Instructions 505

Router Interface Summary Table 507

Device Config Final – Notes 508

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