Cisco ROUTE 1.0: Configuring and Verifying Route Redistribution

The audience profile for SkillSoft’s ROUTE 1.0: Implementing Cisco IP Routing training will be established IT professionals. They will have a good understanding of networking and Cisco technology, and so, good computer literacy along with a solid technical acumen can be assumed.

Candidates should have completed 640-802 Cisco Certified Network Associate, or 640-822 Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 and 640-816 Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 2.

Expected Duration
120 minutes

Routing updates compete with user data for bandwidth and router resources, yet routing updates are critical because they carry the information that routers need to make sound routing decisions. To ensure that a network operates efficiently, you must know how to control and tune routing updates. Since there is no one type of route filter that is appropriate for every situation, the more techniques that you have at your disposal, the better your chance of having a smooth, well-run network.
Simple routing protocols work well for simple networks, but as networks grow and become more complex, it may be necessary to change routing protocols. It is important to understand how to exchange routing information between these routing protocols, and how Cisco routers operate in an environment with multiple routing protocols. Before configuring the exchange of routing information between routing protocols, you must understand the procedures for and requirements of each routing protocol as redistribution must be configured correctly for each routing protocol to obtain proper results.
This course discusses why it is necessary to manipulate routing information. The implementation of redistribution in a multiprotocol network using Cisco IOS features, according to a given network design and set of requirements, is a primary learning objective of this course. Prefix lists, distribution lists, and route maps are described, and how to control routing traffic with configuration and verification steps are also covered.


Assessing Network Routing Performance and Security

  • identify common network performance issues
  • use distribute lists to control routing updates
  • control routing updates using prefix lists
  • identify the features of route maps
  • use route maps to control and filter routes
  • suppress routing updates using a passive interface command

Route Redistribution Operations and Configuration

  • identify the features of a complex routing network
  • determine where to redistribute
  • recognize how to avoid routing loops in a network
  • identify examples of redistribution
  • recognize the features of administrative distance
  • identify the impact of using administrative distance for route manipulation
  • implement route redistribution using route maps





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