Upon successful completion of this program, you’ll understand the following:
- IP Data Networks: Network devices such as routers, switches, bridges and hubs; Identify common applications; OSI and TCP/IP models; Network media
- LAN Switching Technologies: Determine media access control methods, Basic switching concepts; Configure switches, Ping, Telnet and SSH; VLANs; Trunking on Cisco switches.
- IP addressing (IPv4/IPv6): Describe, identify and configure addresses for both IPv4 and IPv6
- IP Routing Technologies: Routing concepts; Configure and verify routers with CLI; Static and default routes; Routing and routing protocols; OSPF, InterVLAN Routing; SVI interfaces.
- IP Services: DHCP, ACLs, NAT and NTP
- Network Device Security: Passwords, SSH, VTYs, physical security, disabling unused services and authentication; Switch Port Security features; Filter ACLs and limit telnet and SSH access.
- LAN Switching Technologies:
RSTP, PVSTP, Etherchannels; and PVSTP operation.
- IP Routing Technologies: Cisco IOS router boot process; Configure a serial interface; Manage IOS files; Routing and routing protocols; OSPF and EIGRP.
- IP Services: Recognize High Availability (FHRP) including VRRP, HSRP and GLBP; Syslog; SNMP v2 & v3.
- Troubleshooting: Network Issues; VLAN problems; Trunking problems on switches; ACL issues; Netflow data; Spanning Tree operation issues; OSPF and EIGRP issues; InterVLAN routing problems; WAN implementation issues; NetFlow statistics; Etherchannel problems
- WAN Technologies: Identify different WAN Technologies; WAN serial connections; PPP connections between Cisco routers; Frame Relay on Cisco routers; PPPoE
This program will prepare students to take the Cisco 200-120 CCNA Exam or the 100-101 ICND1 and 200-101 ICND2 exams. These exams are not included in the cost of the program.Source: www.ed2go.com