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CCNP ONT Simulator

The simulators contain all recent and new version of the CCNP certification, and are continually adding new features and challenges. A key focus of the CCNP certification is now on security and Quality of Service (QoS), and this part of the simulators focuses on CCNP ONT which investigates QoS for routers and switches. It is based on the objectives of the CCNP certification, and also on the flow defined by the Cisco Academy. Overall there are more than 70 challenges including tests and Cisco labs. A few examples are:

CCNP ONT Example
Range of challenges
VoIP calc.

and a few tests are at:

The range of challenges includes:

Challenge 1

This challenge involves the configuration of a dial-peer.

Challenge 2

This challenge involves the configuration of QoS (bandwidth and queue-limit).

Challenge 3

This challenge involves the configuration of QoS (default-class).

Challenge 4

This challenge allows the maximum bandwidth to be defined.

Challenge 5

This challenge involves the configuration of CBWFQ.

Challenge 6

This challenge involves the configuration of auto QoS on an interface.

Challenge 7

This challenge involves the configuration of QoS on VoIP traffic (H.323).

Challenge 8

This challenge involves the configuration of QoS on VoIP traffic (SIP).

Challenge 9

This challenge involves the configuration of QoS on VoIP traffic (H.323).

Challenge 10

This challenge involves the configuration of QoS on VoIP traffic (H.323).

Challenge 11

This challenge involves the configuration of QoS on VoIP traffic (H.323) - burst and bit rate.

Challenge 12

This challenge involves the configuration of QoS on VoIP traffic (H.323) - burst and bit rate.

Challenge 13

This challenge involves the configuration of QoS for different class-maps.

Challenge 14

This challenge involves the configuration of NBAR, which can be used to define interesting protocols.

Challenge 15

This challenge involves the configuration of NBAR, and limit bandwidth for various protocols.

Challenge 16

This challenge involves matching for URL details.

Challenge 17

This challenge involves matching for HTTP host details.

Challenge 18

This challenge involves dropping packets which match a URL MIME details.

Challenge 19

This challenge involves dropping packets which match URL details.

Challenge 20

This challenge involves dropping packets which match HTTP host details.

Challenge 21

This challenge involves dropping packets which match URL MIME details.

Challenge 22

This challenge involves dropping packets which use the Fasttrack protocol (such as for KaZaA, Morpheus and Grokster).

Challenge 23

This challenge involves the configuration of QoS for RTP audio and video.

Challenge 24

ONT Unit 1 Test.

Challenge 25

ONT Unit 2 Test.

Challenge 26

ONT Unit 3 Test.

Challenge 27

This challenge involves the configuration of Weighted Fair Queue (WFQ).

Challenge 28

This challenge involves the configuration of Class-based Weighted Fair Queue (CBWFQ).

Challenge 29

This challenge involves the configuration of Class-based Weighted Fair Queue (CBWFQ).

Challenge 30

This challenge involves the configuration of Class-based Weighted Fair Queue (CBWFQ).

Challenge 31

This challenge involves the configuration of Low-Latency Queue (LLQ).

Challenge 32

This challenge involves the configuration of Weighted RR (WRR).

Challenge 33

This challenge involves the configuration of PQ.

Challenge 34

ONT Unit 4 Test.

Challenge 35

This challenge involves the configuration of CBWRED.

Challenge 36

This challenge involves the configuration of CBWRED (DSCP-based).

Challenge 37

This challenge involves tagging traffic with the DSCP value.

Challenge 38

This challenge involves tagging traffic with the Precedence value.

Challenge 39

This challenge involves compression the RTP header for a serial interface.

Challenge 40

This challenge involves compression the RTP header for a frame relay connection.

Challenge 41

This challenge involves compression the TCP header for an Ethernet interface.

Challenge 42

This challenge involves multilink PPP (MLP) and Link Fragmentation (LFI).

Challenge 43

This challenge involves the policing of VoIP traffic for average bit rate and burst parameters.

Challenge 44

This challenge involves the traffic shaping.

Challenge 45

This challenge involves the traffic shaping by identifying streams with access-lists.

Challenge 46

This challenge involves using traffic shaping with frame relay. It detects the usage of the BECN bits to throttle back the flow.

Challenge 47

This challenge involves class-based shaping, where the shaping profile can be defined in a policy-map.

Challenge 48

This challenge involves CBWFQ with generic traffic shaping (GTS).

Challenge 49

ONT Unit 5 Test.

Challenge 50

This challenge involves setting up a crypto map and applying it to an interface, with a QoS for a tunnel. It uses the qos pre-classified interface command which is a command that is restricted to tunnels, crypto maps, and is not available on normal interfaces.

Challenge 51

This challenge involves define CoPP (Control plane policing).

Challenge 52

This challenge involves configuring telephony.

Challenge 53

This challenge involves configuring telephony by creating directory numbers.

Challenge 54

This challenge involves configuring telephony by creating an e-phone.

Challenge 55

This challenge involves configuring Auto QoS on a switch.

Challenge 56

This challenge involves configuring custom queuing.

Challenge 57

This challenge involves configuring custom queuing using access-lists to define the traffic for each queue.

Challenge 58

This challenge involves configuring priority queuing using access-lists to define the traffic for each queue.

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