The CCDP certification (Cisco Certified Design Profession) is Cisco's Professional-level certification designed to reflect advanced knowledge of, and experience in, network design. A CCDP certified individual should be able to design routed and switched networks involving LAN, WAN, and dial access services, applying modular design practices and making sure the whole solution responds optimally to the business and technical needs of the client.
CCDP certification is for senior network design engineers, senior analysts, and principal systems engineers. The CCDP curriculum includes building scalable internetworks and multilayer-switched networks, and designing network service architecture.More ...
In order to take the CCDP certification a candidate must first pass the Associate-level CCDA and CCNA certifications. Once the prerequisites have been cleared then the candidate must pass up to three CCDP exams.
The exams are as follows:
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This is a very good study guide for people who want to learn the in depths of routing in general and cisco routing in particular. Protocol description is very well written going from beginner to advanced level. I recommend this to everybody who wants to make a networking careerFred williams
Best resource so far i have ever come across in Cisco Networking, highly based on Designing and Implementing Cisco modern network. Well written style and indepth explanation, not only usefull for the CCNP exams but for real world networking design and deployment. Great guide for Modern Cisco Network Design and Deployment !!!!!S. Ram
This kit is a must for anyone interested in more than just what routing protocols do and how to configure them. This kit gives the reader a real understanding of how IGPs function and how Cisco routers process them. After reading this you will have a real understanding of routing, far beyond just how to configure and implement routing protocols. This not only covers router configuration, but routing theory, subsystems, data structures, event processing, input processing, algorithms, and more. This is not just another guide on routing protocols! After reading this kit, you will understand routing as only a few people do.Jink Koreman