Cisco CCNP ENCOR (350-401): 2 Network Management, Security, and Automation

Cisco CCNP ENCOR (350-401): 2 Network Management, Security, and Automation
Cisco CCNP ENCOR (350-401): 2 Network Management, Security, and Automation
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 8h 55m | 1.59 GB

Implementing Cisco Enterprise Network Core Technologies v1.0 (ENCOR 350-401) is a 120-minute professional-level exam associated with the CCNP and CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure certifications. The exam tests a candidate’s knowledge of implementing core enterprise network technologies. This course helps candidates to prepare for the last three domains of this exam—Network Management, Security, and Automation—as well as general exam preparation. Instructors Kevin Wallace and Charles Judd show how to configure connectivity, monitoring, messaging, and authentication tools such as SNMP, syslog, NetFlow, and more. They also show how to secure a network from internal, unauthorized access as well as external threats, and automate networking. The course includes study strategies and exam prep tips to ensure you’re ready for the real test.

Topics include:

  • Managing networks
  • Using common commands
  • Configuring SNMPv2 and SNMPv2
  • Configuring NetFlow
  • Configuring IP SLA
  • Securing a network
  • Setting password policies
  • Configuring ACLs
  • Securing Wi-Fi
  • Network automation
  • JSON and XML formatting
  • Python programming
  • Orchestration
  • Cisco DNA Center workflows
  • Study strategies and exam tips
Table of Contents

1 Welcome to ENCOR, part 2
2 Using course resources
3 Network management
4 Command-line management utilities
5 The debug command
6 The traceroute command
7 The ping command
8 SNMP
9 SNMP theory
10 SNMPv2 configuration
11 SNMPv3 configuration
12 syslog
13 syslog theory
14 syslog configuration
15 NetFlow
16 NetFlow theory
17 NetFlow configuration
18 Flexible NetFlow configuration
19 SPAN
20 SPAN theory
21 SPAN configuration
22 RSPAN configuration
23 ERSPAN configuration
24 IP SLA
25 IP SLA theory
26 Basic IP SLA configuration
27 Advanced IP SLA configuration
28 EEM
29 EEM theory
30 EEM configuration
31 Chapter 1 summary
32 Network security
33 Device access security
34 Privilege-level passwords
35 Line passwords
36 Authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA) with a local database
37 Infrastructure security
38 Standard access control list (ACL) configuration
39 Extended numbered ACL configuration
40 Extended named ACL configuration
41 ACL considerations
42 Control plane policing (CoPP) theory
43 CoPP configuration
44 Wireless security
45 Overview of Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP)
46 EAP configuration
47 Overview of WebAuth
48 WebAuth configuration
49 Pre-shared key (PSK) theory
50 PSK configuration
51 Security design considerations
52 Cyber threat defense
53 Endpoint hardening
54 Next-Generation Firewall (NGFW)
55 Cisco TrustSec
56 Media Access Control Security (MACsec)
57 Network Access Control (NAC) with 802.1X
58 MAC Authentication Bypass (MAB)
59 Web Authentication (WebAuth)
60 Chapter 2 summary
61 Network automation
62 Network programmability foundations
63 Overview of software-defined networking (SDN)
64 JSON formatting
65 XML formatting
66 YANG data modeling
67 Python programming
68 Installing Python
69 The interactive interpreter
70 Data types
71 Data type conversions
72 Lists
73 Dictionaries
74 User input
75 The IF function
76 Loops
77 File access
78 Network configuration with data models
79 NETCONF
80 RESTCONF
81 Orchestration tools
82 Chef
83 Puppet
84 Ansible
85 SaltStack
86 Network automation with Cisco DNA Center and vManage
87 Cisco DNA Center overview
88 Cisco DNA Center workflows
89 Overview of vManage
90 Cisco DNA Center and vManage APIs
91 REST API response codes
92 REST API security considerations
93 Chapter 3 summary
94 Exam preparation
95 How to register for the exam
96 Study strategies
97 What to do on exam day
98 Chapter 4 summary