CCNP TSHOOT 300-135 (UPDATED 2018)

Cisco CCNP Troubleshooting21 H 46 M

The CCNP Troubleshooting course is the last of three exams you are required to pass to become CCNA certified. This exam focuses on troubleshooting methodology.

This course has a virtual lab
  • Introduction
    • Overview
    • Troubleshooting Methodology
    • Manipulating Command Output
    • Debug Logging
    • Path Verification
    • Response Automation
    • Backing Up Data
    • Viewing Network Traffic
    • Reporting and Monitoring
    • Troubleshooting Example
  • Layer 2 Issues
    • Layer 2 Example #1
    • Layer 2 Example #2
    • Layer 2 Example #3
    • Layer 2 Example #4
    • Layer 2 Example #5
    • Layer 2 Example #6
    • Layer 2 Example #7
    • Layer 2 Example #8
    • Layer 2 Example #9
    • Layer 2 Example #10
    • Layer 2 Example #11
    • Layer 2 Example #12
    • Layer 2 Example #13
    • Layer 2 Example #14
  • EtherChannel Issues
    • EtherChannel Example #1
    • EtherChannel Example #2
  • Spanning Tree Issues
    • Spanning Tree Example #1
    • Spanning Tree Example #2
  • First Hop Redundancy Issues
    • HSRP Example #1
    • HSRP Example #2
    • HSRP Example #3
    • HSRP Example #4
    • VRRP Example #1
  • General Layer 3 Issues
    • Layer 3 Example #1
    • Layer 3 Example #2
    • Layer 3 Example #3
    • Layer 3 Example #4
    • Layer 3 Example #5
  • General Routing Issues
    • Routing Example #1
    • Routing Example #2
    • Routing Example #3
    • Routing Example #4
  • OSPF Issues
    • OSPF Example #1
    • OSPF Example #2
    • OSPF Example #3
    • OSPF Example #4
    • OSPF Example #5
    • OSPF Example #6
    • OSPF Example #7
    • OSPF Example #8
    • OSPF Example #9
    • OSPF Example #10
  • EIGRP Issues
    • EIGRP Example #1
    • EIGRP Example #2
    • EIGRP Example #3
    • EIGRP Example #4
    • EIGRP Example #5
    • EIGRP Example #6
    • EIGRP Example #7
    • EIGRP Example #8
    • EIGRP Example #9
    • EIGRP Example #10
    • EIGRP Example #11
    • EIGRP IPv6 Example #1
    • EIGRP IPv6 Example #2
    • EIGRP IPv6 Example #3
  • BGP Issues
    • BGP Example #1
    • BGP Example #2
    • BGP Example #3
    • BGP Example #4
    • BGP Example #5
    • BGP Example #6
    • BGP Example #7
    • BGP IPv6 Example #1
    • BGP IPv6 Example #2
    • BGP IPv6 Example #3
  • Miscellaneous Issues
    • Miscellaneous Example #1
    • Miscellaneous Example #2
    • Miscellaneous Example #3
    • Miscellaneous Example #4


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  • Episode Description
  • Transcript

Troubleshooting and Maintaining Cisco IP Networks exam is one of three exams required to obtain the Cisco Certified Network Professional - Routing and Switching certification. This exam focuses on troubleshooting Layer 2 and Layer 3 devices, planning regular maintenance, and troubleshooting methodology in complex medium and large environments. The topics include Systematic Troubleshooting Principles, Layer 2 and Layer 3 technology, Infrastructure Services and Security, and VPN technologies. The typical viewer would be anyone responsible for the maintenance and implementation and administration of Cisco Layer 2 and Layer 3 technologies in complex organizations.

[MUSIC] Hello, and welcome to the overview right here for the Cisco CCNP troubleshooting show, which is right here on ITProTV. This exam is gonna prepare you as you get ready for your Cisco T-shoot 300-135 exam. Now that exam has plenty of information now that you want to know about before you jump into it. So let's talk about some of the exam details as we're getting ready for that day. On my screen, I have the website pulled up for us. And when you see this, right, you wanna make sure you pay note to some of the details right here. For example, the exam number as well as the name or the designated name. So make sure you pay attention to all this. You may also see this listed as V2. Well, that's the current version of the exam. So you'll have select that as well, okay? So those are some of the details that you want to understand when you get ready to do this. Also this exam will be about 120 minutes long, 15 to 25 questions. Remember that this doesn't necessarily mean this is gonna be the easiest exam, but it doesn't mean it's the hardest exam too, it just means that it's taking you a little more longer time than what we traditionally find for Cisco exams per question, okay? So those are things for us to take note when we start to get ready for that exam. Now as far as getting ready for the exam and where am I going to take the exam, you're gonna go to your nearest Pearson VUE testing center, it's where you're going to go. And the easiest way of course to do that is to look that up online. You can go to Pearson VUE itself or if you're right here on this page, you can simply select this button where it says Register at Pearson VUE. So if you don't have an account, you'll register for a free account and that will of curse get you set up and then if you're doing it directly from this link, it will bring you in to the Cisco vendors site, that you can choose that number as well as a name and the right language. Very important that you choose the right language as you sign up for the exam. On the day of the exam, you wanna make sure you show up plenty of time early, about 15 minutes early. They have to take your photo IDs and make sure that it's matched up and verified, then they'll take another ID, a picture for you, and then you'll get ready to go into the exam. You'll be provided usually with a dry erase marker and a sheet of laminated card stock so that you can scribble on it as you need to, so take that in there with you as well. And then, you'll sit down at the computer, and you'll get ready for that exam as you go through that, okay? So all those details will be there. Now, one of things I do want to mention, this exam is not exactly cheap as of right before the beginning of this little video. I checked, it was about $300 in US dollars. So make sure you understand that and wherever you're actually taking this from. The exchange rate is probably gonna be just about the same in terms of that. But for us here in the United States, it's gonna be US dollars $300. So it's again relatively expensive to get this exam, okay? Now what's actually going to be on the exam? Well the great thing is Cisco's website helps us out with that as well. If I scroll down, there's a link here that shows me that I can review all the exam topics, okay? So when you click on that link, that will of course bring you up to, well, all of the T-shoot exam topics that you'll see. And it will show you, well, a nice little list down here of those different exam topics. And you can see it covers layer one or network principles, layer two, layer three issues, VPN, infrastructure security, infrastructure services, and the breakdown of that is right here in the center column where you see about 80% of the exam is really around layer two and layer three technologies as well. Now for further details, you also have these links that you can click on that will expand that out. Or you can just download the PDF and that's what I've done, so that we can take a look at some of these details as we go through, okay? So this of course give you a little bit more of a description of what the exam is like and then you'll see the breakdown on what has to happen, okay? For us, we'll be using this to help us to guide ourselves through our troubleshooting show that we'll have right here on ITProTV. But we'll be doing in a different format. Right at the beginning, you'll see that we have a traditional idea of where we we'll be talking about the tools and of course the idea, the troubleshooting principles, that we need to understand before we begin troubleshooting. And that's the troubleshooting principle and design or approach that you wanna take for every question on the t-shoot exam, okay? And of course, then they'll break that down into different little examples, right? So there is a bunch of layer two technologies that you need to be able to actually troubleshoot. In layer three technologies, you also have to troubleshoot that along with the idea of routing technology which they interspersed throughout. Here especially, the routing protocols that you'll end up seeing. OSPF, EIGRP, BGP, you name it, all those you'll have to be able to troubleshoot, as well. VPN technologies and, of course, infrastructure securities, including of course triple A and security features, IP version six traffic filtering that you have available. As well as all the infrastructure, types of services, that might not be working or will need actually some other additional configuration to make work. All of those services you want to make sure that you understand too. Now, once we actually get through with just the basic lecture on the tools, the way that we'll tackle the remainder of all the topics dealing with what we saw, right there beginning with actually the second domain objectives. We'll be doing it in the form of troubleshooting tickets. Don or myself will take each troubleshooting ticket and will work through the process of troubleshooting, so that you actually see the troubleshooting process itself. And we'll actually guide you through the steps that we took to solve the issue that's before us. And you'll see us walk through those different issues. So there's probably 20, 30, maybe even up to 50 different examples that we'll be doing in this show to show you that process as we go through, okay? So each one of those is not the longest troubleshooting thing that you've ever seen. That's actually very effective, it works every time and will help you out in the situation that you're in. Now, for those of you that are actually preparing for this exam as well, don't forget if you're actually watching just the videos, you have to do this in the lab environment on your own and take a look at those technologies and make sure you actually figure out how to break them and then how to fix them. If you're doing this with ITProTV as an ITProTV premium member, you have access to the same labs that Don and myself will be using to help us to work through these troubleshooting examples, and that is gonna be a benefit to you, okay? But for everybody, we of course wish you of course the best of luck and the best preparation that you can, and if you're ready to get started just click on the very next video link and that will get you started into our Cisco CCNP troubleshooting series. [MUSIC]

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