Clear explained, a practical approach, not just theoretical.
- Gabriel Avramescu
Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol(EIGRP) was a Cisco proprietary routing protocol which became a standard in 2013. This routing protocol is one of the most important topics in Cisco certification.
This course is a about EIGRP (Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol), the Cisco's invented routing protocol. The course covers all CCNA and CCNP topics.
This course is organized in 20 lectures and about 4 hours. Whole presentation file and GNS3 scenarios are also included.
You will find an extensive description about EIGRP in first eight lectures. Then, in rest, you will become familiar with EIGRP configuration from basic configurations to advanced enterprise needed. You've learned this concepts step by step therefore do not worry about your EIGRP backgrounds. The only thing you need is having a light Cisco IOS background. Just relax and enjoy the course.
After finishing this course you will have a broad view on EIGRP and you will find your way for further earnings and ready for CCNA and CCNP EIGRP topics.
My name is Patris Koushesh. More than 15 years experience on network and security is behind me . I really eager learning and teaching new things. Cisco and Juniper are my two favorite brands and I was lucky enough to work with a broad range of their products from switches, routers, firewalls and etc. Now I am working for ICT organization of my city's municipality as a security operations center manager. In my courses I try to transfer all my knowledge to students and motivate them to learn more. We all know that in third century knowledge is power and sharing it is our duty.
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