65-Hour Cisco Enterprise Advanced Routing and Services (ENARSI 300-410 Exam) Learning and Study Plan 🎓
- April 28, 2020
- Posted by: Muhammad Afaq Khan, CCIE #9070
- Category: CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure CCNP Enterprise Implementing Cisco Enterprise Advanced Routing and Services (ENARSI 300-410) Exam
Are you ready to get started with the Cisco Enterprise Advanced Routing and Services or what’s known as the ENARSI exam?
If you don’t know it already, it is one of the concentration or elective exams available for the new CCIE and CCNP Enterprise track. So, the old R&S written 400-101 exam comprised of seven sections:
- Network principles
- L2 technologies
- L3 technologies
- VPN technologies
- Infra services
- Infra security
- evolving technologies.
Watch the video below (and download a copy of our detailed learning plan):
So, topics from the network principles section, with some exceptions, have been moved to the Architecture section on the ENCOR exam. Topics from the L2 tech, with some additions and removals, have gone to the Infrastructure section on the ENCOR exam as well. Now, topics from the L3 tech, have mostly moved to the ENARSI exam and some to the Infrastructure section on the ENCOR exam. Likewise, topics from the VPN tech and infrastructure services and security sections have been moved to the ENARSI exam.
So, are you ready to take your next step? Well, go ahead and download our ENARSI Learning Plan and get started!
Author:Muhammad Afaq Khan, CCIE #9070
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