Cisco ROUTE 2.0: Enterprise Internet Connectivity II

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.


The use of BGP as a routing protocol requires that an administrator understand how to correctly configure BGP for scalable internetworking. After completing this course, you will be able to establish single-homed IPv6 Internet connectivity and configure and verify BGP configuration when connecting an enterprise network to ISP networks.

Target Audience

Anyone wishing to obtain real-world routing knowledge, and those that are considering CCNP and CCIP certification. This learning path’s discussion of routing could also benefit early CCIE Routing and Switching candidates. Students completing the ROUTE 2.0 learning path should have a solid foundation in routing fundamentals, Cisco IOS basics, and Cisco routing basics. Attending the ICND1 and ICND2 classes or having the CCNA certification will fulfill these expectations.



Expected Duration

90 min.

Course Objectives

Course Introduction

Provider Assigned IPv6 Addresses I

  • identify the methods used in assigning IPv6 addresses
  • Provider Assigned IPv6 Addresses II

  • assign a manual IPv6 address
  • Provider Assigned IPv6 Addresses III

  • configure clients for stateless DHCPv6 autoconfiguration
  • IPv6 ACLs I

  • identify how IPv6 access control lists differ from IPv4 access control lists
  • IPv6 ACLs II

  • configure an IPv6 ACL
  • Hardening IPv6 Neighbor Discovery

  • identify the challenges and the solutions to secure IPv6 Internet connectivity
  • Single and Dual-Homed Internet Connectivity

  • list the drawbacks of a single-homed Internet connectivity
  • Multihomed Internet Connectivity

  • recognize how a multihomed design can provide redundancy
  • Routing Between Autonomous Systems

  • recognize how BGP routes between autonomous systems
  • BGP Path Vector Functionality

  • describe path vector functionality
  • BGP Routing Policies

  • describe BGP routing policies
  • BGP Data Structures

  • identify BGP data structures
  • BGP Message Types

  • match the BGP message type to its description
  • When to Use BGP

  • explain when BGP should be used
  • Exercise: Implementing NAT