Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices (Part 2 v2)

200-101

Last Day to Test September 24th 2016

  • 1.1.a) - RSTP
  • 1.1.b) - PVSTP
  • 1.1.c) - EtherChannels
  • 1.2.a) - Describe root bridge election
  • 1.2.b) - Spanning tree mode
  • 2.3.a) - Boot Preferences
  • 2.3.b) - Cisco IOS Images
  • 2.3.c) - Licencing
  •     2.3.c(1) - Show Licence
  •     2.3.c(2) - Change Licence
  • 2.4.a) - Administrative distance
  • 2.4.b) - Split horizon
  • 2.4.c) - Metric
  • 2.4.d) - Next hop
  • 2.5.a) - Neighbour adjancies
  • 2.5.b) - OSPF states
  • 2.5.c) - Configure OSPFv2
  • 2.5.d) - Configure OSPFv3
  • 2.5.e) - Router ID
  • 2.5.f) - Understand LSA types and purposes
  • 2.6.a) - Feasible distance/feasible successors/administrative distance
  • 2.6.b) - Feasibility condition
  • 2.6.c) - Metric composition
  • 2.6.d) - Router ID
  • 2.6.e) - auto summary
  • 2.6.f) - Path selection
  • 2.6.g) - Load Balancing
  •    2.6.g(1) - Unequal
  •    2.6.g(2) - Equal
  • 4.3.a) - Verify root switch
  • 4.3.b) - Verify priority
  • 4.3.c) - Verify mode is correct
  • 4.3.d) - Verify port states
  • 4.4.a) - Verify routing is enables (extenSible and Hierarchichal Interaction Protocol (SHIP)
  • 4.4.b) - Verify routing table is correct
  • 4.4.c) - Verify correct path solution
  • 4.5.a) - Verify neighbour adjadencies
  • 4.5.b) - Verify hello and dead timers
  • 4.5.c) - Verify OSPF area
  • 4.5.d) - Verify interface MTU
  • 4.5.e) - Verify network types
  • 4.5.f) - Verify neighbour states
  • 4.5.g) - Review OSPF topology table
  • 4.6.a) - Verify neighbour adjancies
  • 4.6.b) - Verify AS number
  • 4.6.c) - Verify load balancing
  • 4.6.d) - Verify split horizon
  • 4.7.a) - Verify connectivity
  • 4.7.b) - Verify encapsulation
  • 4.7.c) - Verify subnet
  • 4.7.d) - Verify native VLAN
  • 4.7.e) - Port mode trunk status
  • 4.8.a) - Serial interfaces
  • 4.8.b) - Frame Relay
  • 4.8.c) - PPP

Summary

The ICND2 is the follow on certification to the CCENT, this gives the candidate a CCNA qualification. The test examines the skills and knowledge required to successfully install, operate and troubleshoot a small to medium size branch network.

Topics covered include LAN switching, IP routing, IP services (FHRP, syslog, SNMP v2 and v3), troubleshooting and WAN technologies.

Exam Description

The 200-101 takes upto 90 minutes to complete and consists of 50 to 60 questions covering the topics listed above. The exam is closed book and no outside reference materials are allowed.

The topics above are general guidelines for the content likely to be included on the exam. However other related topics may also appear on any specific exam.


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