The Nokia Network Routing Specialist II (NRS II) certification builds on the foundational knowledge established in the NRS I certification. The goal of NRS II training is to provide students with a strong foundation in the core aspects of Nokia service routing including the Internet Routing Protocol (IRP), IP/MPLS networks, and implementing Nokia layer 2 and layer 3 services.
NRS II Key Learning Outcomes
Upon successfully obtaining NRS II certification, students will have acquired a thorough working knowledge of IP routing protocols, IP/MPLS protocols and networking, VPN and VPLS services, basic OAM techniques, and various resiliency techniques. Students will also understand the Nokia network and services architecture and how to utilize it for delivering residential and business communication services.
Exam requirements and recommended courses for acquiring the NRS II certification are provided in the table below. Candidates are not required to enroll in the recommended course to achieve the NRS II certification however passing the mandatory exams and the NRS II practical lab exam are required.
For the certification exams below, candidates have the option to write the single NRS II Composite Exam (4A0-C01) OR write the following three individual exams.
- Nokia Interior Routing Protocols (4A0-101)
- Nokia Multiprotocol Label Switching (4A0-103)
- Nokia Services Architecture (4A0-104)
The NRS II Composite Exam (4A0-C01) combines content from three individual exams into a single, integrated exam. Refer to the NRS II Composite exam page for further details.
Practice exams are available to help you prepare for the written exams. You can find the list of downloadable practice exams at the bottom of this page.
Exams, Courses, Workshops and Publications
Mandatory Exam(s) for NRS II Certification
Elective Exam(s) for NRS II Certification
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