Cisco CCNA 1 Network Fundamentals and CCNA 2 Routing Protocols and ConceptsSimultaneously In-person or Online (CNT 62A)

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Cisco
CCNA

1



Network Fundamentals
and

CCNA
2



Routing Protocols and Concepts

Simultaneously

In
-
person

or Online

(
CNT 62A
)


General information


Cisco Systems

is a market leading ICT technology solutions company

providing

equipment and technology
that form

the
te
chnical
foundation of many
ICT
service
provide
rs and enterprises.
I
ts
Cisco Networking Academy

serves

600,000 students
annually

in more than 160 countries, providing valuable
ICT
skills

for increased access to
opportunities in the global economy.


The
Cisco Cert
ified Network Associate (CCNA
)

is
the
second level of

the Cisco Networ
king Academy curriculum
and certification program. CCNA certification

validates
the ability to install, configure, operate, and troubleshoot
medium
-
size routed and switched networks, including
implementation and verification of connections to remote
sites

in a WAN. CCNA curriculum includes basic
mitigation of security threats, introduction to wireless
netwo
rking concepts and terminology
and performance
-
based skills.

This curriculum also includes (but is not
limited to) the use of these protocols: IP, Enh
anced
Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP), Serial Line Interface Protocol Frame Relay,
Routing Information Protocol Version 2 (RIPv2),VLANs, Ethernet, access control lists
(ACLs).

CCNA certification is recognized globally.



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Course Description


Thi
s
4.0 unit
course covers the first two parts in the Cisco Certified Network Associate
(CCNA) curriculum, and the objectives of the CCNA 640
-
821 INTRO certification exam.
This course will cover the fundamentals of networking, including the OSI model and
ind
ustry standards, concepts, network topologies, cabling, network hardware, basic
network design, LANs, and network configuration and troubleshooting. It includes router
and routing concepts and terminology including RIP, EIGRP and IGRP routing protocols,
di
stance vector and link state routing, routing loop issues, routing theory, TCP/IP basics,
IP addressing, subnetting, router IOS and configuration, switching concepts, CDP and
CSMA
-
CD. Students will get hands
-
on experience configuring Cisco routers and swit
ches.
Students should have basic computer skills and knowledge of Internet use.


P
rerequisite:

Strongly recommended: Computer Information Systems 50.


Instructo
r


John Gonder

is a
seasoned Cisco Networking Academy instructor


For more information, contact

him

at:




jgonder@laspositascollege.edu




925 424
-
1000


In
-
Person Instructor Led
Course


This face
-
to
-
face course will be
Tues
,
4
-
6:50
pm

and lab

7



9:
5
0pm
,
Aug 17



Dec 20
,

Las
Positas College, L800 rm
804.

Apply to Las Positas College

and
R
egister

for

CNT 62A

Section
093
.


Synchronous, Interactive Online
Course with

Remote Lab Access


Now, students at other colleges have an opportunity to take this course, offered
for the
first time
in a hybrid in
-
person and re
mote access format through the
Mid
-
Pacific ICT
Center
.


Students will be able to interact with the class in real time
via
the outstanding
CCCConfer

Teach and Confer platform via an
y computer
at any connection speed
on the Internet
.
Since this is an online course, each module will have labs that can be done

at home, through simulation software, or remotely accessing equipment.

Drop
-
in lab time for face to face work on labs will be d
iscussed in the

orientation.

The online iCal at
http://lpc1.clpccd.cc.ca.us/lpc/jgonder/

contains information about office hours and lecture times, as well as login

information for lecture particip
ation. Any schedule changes will be reflected

in the iCal as quickly as possible. Always check there first, before logging in,

just in case there's a last minute schedule adjustment


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Register for
CNT 62A

Section
093
.


Asynchronous Course Review


S
tudents will be able to view archived course lectures via the Internet and
may be able to
download video and audio podcasts of course lectures for review on mobile devices.