Cisco CCNP Enterprise Certification

Cisco CCNP Enterprise Certification

Cisco CCNP Enterprise certification is an industry-recognized credential in the field of networking. The certification exam validates a candidate's knowledge of implementation and troubleshooting for advanced routing technologies and services along with implementing core enterprise network technologies, including dual-stack (IPv4 and IPv6) architecture. The certified candidate will be able to configure and verify data path virtualization technologies, construct an EEM applet to automate configuration, troubleshooting, or data collection.

350-401 ENCOR exam objectives

  • Security (20%)
  • Automation (15%)
  • Architecture (15%)
  • Virtualization (10%)
  • Infrastructure (30%)
  • Network Assurance (10%)

300-410 ENARSI exam objectives

  • VPN Technologies (20%)
  • Layer 3 Technologies (35%)
  • Infrastructure Security (20%)
  • Infrastructure Services (25%)

Here are the key skills measured in the CCNP Security certification exam:

  • Designing and configuring Switch based Layer 3 services
  • Implementing advanced VoIP, video, and wireless support solutions
  • Planning and implementing a Security Extension of Layer 2 solutions
  • Maintaining the network and develop a plan to monitor performance
  • Implementing High Availability and confirm using show & debug commands

uCertify provides a study guide for the Cisco 350-401 ENCOR and 300-410 ENARSI certification exams. Our comprehensive course and lab provide hands-on learning on the objectives covered in the 350-401 and 300-410 exams.

Requirements for Cisco CCNP Enterprise Certification

To earn CCNP Enterprise, candidates need to pass two exams:

  • Core exam: 350-401 ENCOR
  • Any one of the concentration exams: 300-410 ENARSI, 300-415, 300-420 ENSLD, 300-425 ENWLSD, 300-430 ENWLSI, 300-435 ENAUTO
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