Course Outline for Electronics and Computer Technology 74B CISCO NETWORKING ACADEMY CCNA 3 AND 4

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Chabot College

Fall 2005


Course Outline for Electronics and Computer Technology 74B

CISCO NETWORKING ACADEMY CCNA 3 AND 4


Catalog Description
:

74B
-

Cisco Networking Academy CCNA 3

and 4

5 units



Intermediate principles and practices of switching, routi
ng, and network design in TCP/IP networks,
including NAT, PAT, VLAN switching, EIGRP, OSPF and RIPv2 routing, router access control lists,
and principles of local network design and management. Principles and practices of wide area
network design and imple
mentation, including PPP, ISDN, frame

relay, and principles of wide
-
area
network management. The course includes the Cisco Networking Academy Semesters 3 and 4
curriculum. Prerequisite: Electronics and Computer Technology 74A (completed with a grade of "C"

or
higher). 4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory.


Prerequisite Skills
:

Before entering the course, the student should be able to:


1.

demonstrate an understanding of the OSI model and its seven layers;

2.

demonstrate the proper handling of unshielded twisted

pair cabling per EIA/TIA standards;

3.

identify, install, connect, and configure network components at the physical and data
-
link layers
to create a usable network;

4.

use test equipment to verify proper cable installation and network function;

5.

describe variou
s network media and topologies and the characteristics of each;

6.

describe the operational principles of ethemet and describe how bridges and switches are used
to manage ethemet collisions;

7.

demonstrate an understanding of IP addressing schemes;

8.

subnet IP net
works and use IP subnet masks;

9.

demonstrate an understanding of the application of Address Resolution Protocol;

10.

recognize and define the properties of various routing protocols, including RIP, IGRP, and
OSPF;

11.

describe the operational principles of routers a
nd describe how routers are used to manage
network congestion due to broadcast traffic;

12.

convert numbers from decimal to binary format;

13.

demonstrate familiarity with network industry standards and related terminology;

14.

use a protocol analyzer to identify and
troubleshoot network operational conditions;

15.

use computer software to document network installations;

16.

given a model topology, build a routed network including routers, switches, cables, hubs,
transceivers, and hosts;

17.

demonstrate use of basic router command
s;

18.

configure a router using the setup command and dialog;

19.

configure a router from the command line;

20.

demonstrate router password recovery procedures;

21.

use of the Cisco configuration register calculator;

22.

demonstrate loading router configurations and IOS image
s;

23.

configure and verify static and default routes;

24.

configure and verify the RIP and IGRP dynamic routing protocols;

25.

troubleshoot routing problems in a 3
-
router network.



Chabot College

Course outline for Electronics Technology 74B, Page 2

Fall 2005



Expec
ted Outcomes for Students
:

Upon completion of the course, the student should be able to:



1.

describe how each layer of the OSI model is used to solve technical problems;

2.

describe various routing protocols and plan appropriate use of each;

3.

demonstrate an un
derstanding of LAN switch technologies;

4.

configure OSPF, EIGRP, and RIPv2 in local area network;

5.

configure an Ethernet LAN switch from the management console;

6.

describe the five Spanning
-
Tree protocol states;

7.

demonstrate an understanding of how switches, and

routers may be used to segment networks;

8.

demonstrate an understanding of VLAN technologies, benefits, and implementation principles;

9.

configure VLANS in a switched and routed environment;

10.

describe network design principles that effectively manage network t
raffic, collisions, and
broadcasts;

11.

describe technical methods for controlling routing loops;

12.

configure, enable, and verify IGRP dynamic routing in a multi
-
router environment;

13.

describe syntax and implementation principles for router access control lists;

14.

c
onfigure and apply basic and extended access control lists;

15.

describe basic principles of network management, including documentation, security,
administration, and troubleshooting;

16.

use computer software to document switched and routed networks, including V
LANS;


17.

demonstrate an understanding of WAN technologies, including devices, encapsulation
formats,

and link technologies;

18.

describe PPP technology, including its session establishment phases and its appropriate use
in

WANs;

19.

configure, enable, and verify PPP

WAN links in a multi
-
router environment;

20.

describe ISDN technology, including reference points and SPIDs;

21.

configure, enable, and verify ISDN WAN links in a multi
-
router environment;

22.

configure routers for dial
-
on
-
demand routing;

23.

demonstrate an understanding

of frame relay technologies, benefits, and
implementation

principles;

24.

configure, enable, and verify frame relay WAN links in a multi
-
router environment with a
simulated frame relay "cloud";

25.

describe WAN
-
related network management tasks;

26.

troubleshoot WAN
-
r
elated network problems;

27.

use computer software to document WANs;

28.

perform complex router configuration using any command covered in semesters I through 4;

29.

demonstrate mastery of key curriculum content from semesters 1 through 4;

30.

describe a personal study pl
an for preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate exam.




Chabot College

Course outline for Electronics Technology 74B, Page 3

Fall 2005

Course Content
:

1.

Review of the OSI model and routing

2.

Network Address Translation (NAT) and Port Address Tra
nslation (PAT)

3.

RIPv2, OSPF, and EIGRP routing protocols

4.

Local area network (LAN) switching technologies and configuration


5.

Virtual LAN technologies and their implementation


6.

LAN network design principles and methods


7.

Network management: documentation, s
ecurity, administration, troubleshooting


8.

Wide area network (WAN) technologies, and devices


9.

Wide area network design principles and implementation


10.

Point to point protocol (PPP) operation and configuration


11.

Integrated switched digital network (ISDN) opera
tion and configuration


12.

Frame relay operation and configuration


13.

Network management and monitoring


14.

General review for Network + and CCNA certification exams


Methods of Presentation
:

1.

Lecture


2.

Demonstrations


3.

Student use of software


4.

Laboratory exercise
s and projects


Assignments and Methods of Evaluating Student Progress
:

1.

Typical Assignments:

a.

Design, document, configure, and test a network with LAN and WAN networking protocols

b.

Configure, monitor, and troubleshoot a router serving as a DHCP server


2.

Meth
ods of Evaluating Student Progress


a.

Online quizzes


b.

Online final examination


c.

Laboratory final examination



d.

Graded laboratory worksheets



e.

Graded student projects, including charts, drawings, and software submissions


Textbooks(s) (Typi
cal)
:

Cisco Networking Academy Program. Second
-
Year Companion Guide,
3rd Edition, Cisco Press,
2003


Special Student Materials
:

Access to the Internet and an e
-
mail account


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