642-883 SPROUTE Deploying Cisco Service Provider Network Routing (SPROUTE)

The Cisco Certified Network Professional Service Provider (CCNP Service Provider) certification is for service provider network engineers, systems engineers, and network specialists who are responsible for delivering a scalable carrier-grade infrastructure capable of rapid expansion to support ongoing introduction of new managed services and other customer requirements.

There are four exams which you need to pass to get the Cisco Certified Network Professional Service Provider (CCNP Service Provider) certification:

642-883 SPROUTE Deploying Cisco Service Provider Network Routing (SPROUTE)

642-885 SPADVROUTE Deploying Cisco Service Provider Advanced Routing (SPADVROUTE)

642-887 SPCORE Implementing Cisco Service Provider Next-Generation Core Network Services (SPCORE)

642-889 SPEDGE Implementing Cisco Service Provider Next-Generation Edge Network Services (SPEDGE)

642-883 SPROUTE Free Online Test

The 642-883 SPROUTE Deploying Cisco Service Provider Network Routing exam is associated with the CCNP Service Provider certification. This exam tests a candidate’s knowledge in configuring, verifying, and troubleshooting IPv4 and IPv6 advanced OSPF and IS-IS configuration, BGP configuration, using Cisco IOS-XR RPL to implement routing policies, and implementing high availability routing supporting a service provider network. This exam covers the Cisco IOS, IOS-XE and IOS-XR operating systems. Candidates can prepare for this exam by taking the Deploying Cisco Service Provider Network Routing (SPROUTE) course. The exam is closed book and no outside reference materials are allowed.

Exam Topic

1.0 OSPFv2 and OSPFv3 Routing in Service Provider Environments 19%

1.1 Describe multi-area OSPFv2 and OSPFv3 operations
1.2 Implement multi-area OSPFv2 and OSPFv3 on IOS-XR and IOS-XE
1.3 Implement different OSPF areas (stubby, totally stubby, NSSA) on IOS-XR and IOS-XE
1.4 Implement OSPF neighbor authentication on IOS-XR and IOS-XE
1.5 Troubleshoot OSPF IOS-XR and IOS-XE configuration errors

2.0 IS-IS, IPv4, and IPv6 in Service Provider Environments 19%

2.1 Describe multi-area IS-IS operations
2.2 Implement multi-area IS-IS for IPv4 and IPv6 on IOS-XR and IOS-XE
2.3 Implement IS-IS neighbor authentication on IOS-XR and IOS-XE
2.4 Troubleshoot IS-IS IOS-XR and IOS-XE configuration errors

3.0 BGP Routing in Service Provider Environments 22%

3.1 Describe the Internet routing hierarchy: Network Service Providers (NSP), Network Access Point (NAP), ISP Tiers (Tier 1, 2 and 3)
3.2 Describe connectivity between an enterprise network and an SP that requires the use of BGP
3.3 Describe connectivity between a SP and upstream SPs
3.4 Describe BGP transit AS operations
3.5 Implement EBGP and IBGP on IOS-XR and IOS-XE
3.6 Implement BGP neighbor authentication on IOS-XR and IOS-XE
3.7 Optimize BGP IOS-XR configurations using af-groups, session-groups, and neighbor-groups
3.8 Optimize BGP IOS-XE configurations using peer-groups
3.9 Influence BGP route selection by using various BGP attributes on IOS-XR and IOS-XE
3.10 Troubleshoot BGP IOS-XR and IOS-XE configuration errors

4.0 Route Manipulations in Service Provider Environments 21%

4.1 Implement Routing Policy Language (RPL) to configure a desired routing policy on IOS-XR
4.2 Implement Route-Maps to configure a desired routing policy on IOS-XE
4.3 Implement route filterings using prefix-list, distribute-list, and as-path list on IOS-XE
4.4 Implement route redistributions on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

5.0 High Availability Routing Features 19%

5.1 Implement NSF/NSR/Graceful Restart for OSPF on IOS-XR and IOS-XE
5.2 Implement NSF/NSR/Graceful Restart for IS-IS on IOS-XR and IOS-XE
5.3 Implement Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD) for OSPF on IOS-XR and IOS-XE
5.4 Implement Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD) for IS-IS on IOS-XR and IOS-XE

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