CCNP Service provider
The CCNP Service Provider certification is a professional-level credential offered by Cisco. It is designed for individuals who want to specialize in working with service provider networks. This certification validates the skills and knowledge required to design, implement, troubleshoot, and optimize service provider-grade network infrastructure.
To earn the CCNP Service Provider certification, candidates need to pass a series of exams that cover various aspects of service provider networking. The specific exams may vary depending on the version of the certification, as Cisco periodically updates its certifications to reflect industry trends and technologies.
The CCNP Service Provider certification typically covers topics such as:
Implementing and troubleshooting service provider IP/MPLS networks.
Implementing Cisco Service Provider VPN services.
Implementing automation and programmability in a service provider network.
Implementing and troubleshooting Cisco MPLS traffic engineering.
Implementing and troubleshooting BGP in service provider environments.
Implementing and troubleshooting IPv6 in service provider networks.
Candidates preparing for the CCNP Service Provider certification are expected to have a solid understanding of networking fundamentals, including routing and switching technologies, as well as knowledge specific to service provider networks.
Earning the CCNP Service Provider certification demonstrates a candidate's expertise in designing, implementing, and managing networks in service provider environments. It is a valuable credential for individuals seeking roles such as network engineers, network architects, and technical specialists in service provider organizations.
Exams and trainings
SPCOR exams 350-501
For more information about this course please go through the below link:-
SPCNI 300-540 https://learningnetwork.cisco.com/s/spcni-exam-topics