CCNA

The CCNA indicates a foundation in and apprentice knowledge of networking. CCNA certified professionals can install, configure, and operate LAN, WAN, and dial access services for small networks (100 nodes or fewer), including but not limited to use of these protocols: IP, IGRP, Serial, Frame Relay, IP RIP, VLANs, RIP, Ethernet, Access Lists.

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  • Introduction to Cisco Networking Technologies
  • Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices
CCNA Training and Certification Courses

CCNA (200-301) course provides entry level networking skills across technologies and broad range of topics which include network fundamentals, Implementing basic Ethernet LANs, Ethernet LANs: design, VLANs, and troubleshooting,  IPv4 addressing and Subnetting , IP connectivity, IPv4 design and troubleshooting, IPv4 services: ACLs, NAT, and QoS Wide area networks, IPv6, Network management, SDN, and cloud computing, Security Fundamentals skills, and basics of automation and network programmability. CCNA course validates the ability to install, configure, operate and troubleshoot medium-sized routed and switched networks, including implementation and verification of connections to remote sites.

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Introduction to Networking

  • Introduction to TCP/IP Networking
  • Fundamentals of Ethernet LANs
  • Fundamentals of WANs and IP Routing

Implementing Ethernet LANs

  • Using the Command-Line Interface
  • Analyzing Ethernet LAN Switching
  • Configuring Basic Switch Management
  • Configuring and Verifying Switch Interfaces

Implementing VLANs and STP

  • Implementing Ethernet Virtual LANs
  • Spanning Tree Protocol Concepts
  • RSTP and EtherChannel Configuration

IPv4 Addressing

  • Perspectives on IPv4 Subnetting
  • Analyzing Classful IPv4 Networks
  • Analyzing Subnet Masks
  • Analyzing Existing Subnets

IPv4 Routing

  • Operating Cisco Routers
  • Configuring IPv4 Addresses and Static Routes
  • Troubleshooting IPv4 Routing

OSPF

  • Understanding OSPF Concepts
  • Implementing OSPF
  • OSPF Network Types and Neighbors

IP Version 6

  • Fundamentals of IP Version 6
  • IPv6 Addressing and Subnetting
  • Implementing IPv6 Addressing on Routers
  • Implementing IPv6 Routing

Wireless LANs

  • Fundamentals of Wireless Networks
  • Analyzing Cisco Wireless Architectures
  • Securing Wireless Networks
  • Building a Wireless LAN

IP Access Control Lists

  • Introduction to TCP/IP Transport and Applications
  • Basic IPv4 Access Control Lists
  • Advanced IPv4 Access Control Lists

Security Services

  • Security Architectures
  • Securing Network Devices
  • Implementing Switch Port Security
  • Implementing DHCP
  • DHCP Snooping and ARP Inspection

IP Services

  • Device Management Protocols
  • Network Address Translation
  • Quality of Service (QoS)
  • Miscellaneous IP Services

Network Architecture

  • LAN Architecture
  • WAN Architecture
  • Cloud Architecture

Network Automation

  • Introduction to Controller-Based Networking
  • Cisco Software-Defined Access (SDA)
  • Understanding REST and JSON
  • Understanding Ansible, Puppet, and Chef

After completing this course, students will be able to:

  • Describe computer hardware basics, binary and hexadecimal number systems, basic networking terminology, and internetworking concepts.
  • Identify the major components of a network system, including clients and servers, network interface cards (NICs), internetworking devices, media, and topologies.
  • Describe the functions, operations, and primary components of local-area networks (LANs), wide-area networks (WANs), metropolitan-area networks (MANs), storage-area networks (SANs), content networks (CNs), and virtual private networks (VPNs).
  • Describe the major network access methods and outline the key features of each.
  • Describe the functions and operations of switching technologies.
  • Explain the format and significance of each of the following components to a network system: IP addressing, classes, reserved address space, and subnetting.
  • Calculate valid subnetwork addresses and mask values so that user/network requirements are met when given an IP address scheme.
  • Explain the purposes of networking addresses, routing protocols, and routed protocols.
  • Describe the functions, operations, and primary components of WAN technologies.
  • Describe the function, operation, and primary components required to provide remote access services.
  • Use available configuration tools to establish connectivity to the appropriate network device in order to complete the initial device configuration.
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Duration 75 Hours
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Faculty IT
Course Level Beginner
Features In Class, Lab, Hands-on Training
Language English

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