The Multilayer Switching, also known as CCNP 3, is a dynamic area of computer networking. It is the third of the four fundamental courses to attaining CCNP (Cisco Certified Network Professional) certification. CCNP 3 focuses on selecting and using appropriate Cisco IOS services to constructing consistent and scalable multi-layer switch local area networks (LANs) services. By taking this course, CCNP 3 candidates are expected to have developed skills in VTP, STP, VLANs, inter-VALN routing, transparent LAN services, campus LAN securities, redundancy, Cisco AWID, and Qos concerns. To further equip CCNP candidates in taking CCNP lab exams, a Multilayer Switching Lab Companion was developed and very well recommended among CCNP candidates.
The Lab Companion is already the second edition of CCNP 3 Multilayer Switching Cisco Networking Academy Program option. It is the only authorized lab companion that provides a complete collection of labs created intently as supplementary for CCNP 3. Each lab includes an object, an estimated time of completion, a list of necessary equipment to be used, a description of scenario, and stepwise instructions to complete the lab.
CCNP 3 Companion Guide braces CCNP candidates particularly for the Building Cisco Multilayer Switched Networks (BCMSN 642-811) exam. Successfully passing this exam simply certifies one s expertise in constructing scalable multilayer switched networks, designing and installing a global internet, and using fundamental troubleshooting procedures in networking environments (particular use of multilayer switches for Cisco s client services and hosts).
The Multilayer Switching Lab Companion or guide is just among the various products constantly being promoted by Cisco Press, collaborative endeavor between Cisco Systems, Inc., and Pearson Education. Generally, all developed products are designed to equip candidates for career advancements in the networking field. Over the years such products were proven effective supplements to all web-based courses.