Syllabus for CMIT350A801: Interconnecting Cisco Devices

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Syllabus for
CMIT350
A80
1:
Interconnecting Cisco Devices

Instructor
:

Mr. Jerry Craig

Instructor Email
:

jcraig@faculty.umuc.edu


Course Description

(Designed to help prepare for the Cisco Certified Network Associate Examination 640
-
802.)
Prerequisite or core
quisite: CMIT 265. Presentation of and practice in the concepts and
commands required to configure Cisco switches and routers in multiprotocol Internetworks.
Focus is on developing the skills necessary to install, configure, and operate Cisco routers and
s
witches within local area network and wide area network environments, including VoIP (voice
over Internet protocol) and wireless networks. Discussion covers routing and switching concepts
(Layer 2 and Layer 3 technologies) using Cisco switches and routers.

Projects include
configuring various protocols, including IP, RIP, IGRP, EIGRP, OSPF, RSTP, and Frame Relay.
Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: CAPP 498E, CMIT 350, or
CMIT 499D.


Course Introduction

This course will serve
as a starting point in preparing for the Cisco Certified Network Associate
(CCNA) certification exam (640
-
802) as well as obtaining an understanding of network
operations. Projects include configuring various protocols, including IP, RIP, IGRP, EIGRP,
OSPF
, RSTP, and frame relay.


UMUC does not guarantee that by completing this course, you will pass the exam, nor does it
provide the exam to you. The cost of the exam is not included in registration fees for the course.
Registration for the exam can be done
online at
www.prometric.com
or
www.vue.com
.

Course
Outcomes

After completing this course, you should be able to



configure, verify, and troubleshoot Cisco Internet Operating System (IOS)



implement an IP addressing scheme and IP services to meet wired and w
ireless network
requirements



implement and manage routing protocols and wide area networks (WAN) links



identify security threats to a network and implement appropriate solutions to mitigate
those threats, including firewalls, Network Address Translation (N
AT), and access
control list (ACL)


Course Materials

Textbook: CCNA:

C
isco

C
ertified

N
etwork

A
ssociate

S
tudy

G
uide

with

CD 7
th

Edition 2011
,
Lammle,
ISBN
:
9780470901076


Grading Information

Participation

2
0%

Home Work

4
0%

Projects

4
0%

G
rading Scale

A =

90%
-

100%

B = 80%
-

89.9%

C =
70%
-

79.9%

D = 60%
-

69.9%

Below 60% = F


Projects

There will be two individual effort projects within the term, one being due
at the end of week 4
,
the second due
at the end of week
8
. These projects will help the student
to take the information
presented in the textbook and the course, and apply that knowledge to a real
-
world scenario
and/or problem.


Course Schedule

Week

Session Dates

Readings, Assignments, and Due Dates

1

Jun 11


Jun 17

Student Introductions

Chapters 1

& 2 Reading & Discussion Questions/Topics
Homework 1

Assigned

Project 1 Assigned

2

Jun 18


Jun 24

Chapters 3 & 4

Reading & Discussion Questions/Topics

Homework 1 Due

3

Jun 25


Jul 1

Chapters 5 & 6

Reading & Discussion Questions/Topics

Homework 2

Assig
ned

4

Jul 2


Jul 8

Chapters 7 & 8

Reading & Discussion Questions/Topics

Homework 2 Due

Project 1 Due

Project 2 Assigned

Homework 3 Assigned

5

Jul 9


Jul 15

Chapters 9 & 10

Reading & Discussion Questions/Topics

Homework 3 Due

6

Jul 16


Jul 22

Chapters

1
1 & 12

Reading & Discussion Questions/Topics

Homework 4 Assigned

7

Jul 23


Jul 29

Chapters 1
3

& 1
4

Reading & Discussion Questions/Topics

Homework 4 Due

8

Jul 30


Aug 5

Chapters 15 & 16 Reading & Discussion Questions/Topics

Project 2 (Final Assessment
) Due


Additional Information

Work Submissions


all assignments and projects must be cited. You cannot submit this work as
your own! If you fail to cite your work, any and all of it may not be accepted for credit. Do not
go through the hassle of doing th
e work only to lose points for a lack of citations. All
assignments are due by Sunday evening EST (Monday morning if you are in Japan). Use the
WebTycho clock as this timestamp also determines the lock date that I set on submissions.

Participation


a grad
ing rubric will be provided during the 1
st

week of the course so that each
student may learn what is expected to receive a full grade under the participation section of the
course.

Home Work


assignments will help the student prepare for upcoming exams an
d may contain
additional information that helps the student learn materials that may be found within industry
certifications such as CompTIA’s Network+ or Cisco’s CCNA certification.

Projects (and Final Assessment)


please read under the “Projects” sectio
n of this syllabus.

Late Assignments


given that each assignmen
t has a completion period of 2
-
7

weeks, no
assignment turned in late without PRIOR approval by the instructor will

be accepted.

Finally, changes to this syllabus or any assignment contained wi
thin the syllabus are subject to
change if necessary.

The following is not written by your professor but accompanies your
academic syllabus for this course

UMUC Asia OL

Administrative Policies,
Procedures and Practices

Ordering Course Materials:

Textbooks
can be ordered online at the Asia OL Web site,
http://webtext.asia.umuc.edu/
. Books
ordered from any other source will be at the student's own risk. UMUC Asia cannot be responsible for
problems encountered when

textbooks are ordered from sources outside of the Asia OL Web site.

Proctored Exams:

There is no proctored exam for this course.

Summer 2012 Session 1 (8 Week Course Calendar)

Registration Dates:
09 Apr 2012 ~ 11 Jun 2012

Session Dates:
11 Jun 2012 ~ 05
Aug 2012


WEEK

DATES

ACTIVITY

1

JUN 11 ~ JUN 17

Normal Course Instruction Begins

Jun 17 Last Withdrawal Date for 75% Tuition Refund

2

JUN 18 ~ JUN 24

Jun 24 Last Withdrawal Date for 50% Tuition Refund

3

JUN 25 ~ JUL 1

Normal Course Instruction

4

JU
L 2 ~ JUL 8

Normal Course Instruction

5

JUL 9 ~ JUL 15

Normal Course Instruction

6

JUL 16 ~ JUL 22

Make Reservation for Proctored Exam (IF Required)

7

JUL 23 ~ JUL 29

Make Reservation for Proctored Exam (IF Required)

Jul 27 Last Date to Officially Wi
thdraw

8

JUL 30 ~ AUG 5

Proctored Exam Week (IF Required)


Contact Information:



For administrative assistance contact:
de
-
asia@umuc.edu




For GoArmyEd issues contact:
g
oarmyed
-
asia@umuc.edu




For WebTycho assistance on workdays contact:
tycho
-
asia@umuc.edu




For WebTycho assistance on Saturdays and Sundays:
http://support.umuc.edu/




For pr
octored exam information, please visit the Asia OL Website at
http://de.asia.umuc.edu

and click on 'Proctored Exams'



For proctored exam assistance contact:
exams
-
asia@umuc.e
du




For textbook assistance: contact
textbooks
-
asia@umuc.edu




For MyUMUC help visit UMUC 360 Helpdesk
-

http://support.umuc.edu/




Support for UMUC Asia students is als
o available by phone at 225
-
3696 (DSN) or 81
-
42
-
552
-
2510 Ext. 5
-
3696 (international comm.), Monday
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Friday 7:30 a.m.
-

4:30 p.m. (JST).

Plagiarism:

Ask your professor about his/her plagiarism policies. Here is a great source for further
guidance on how t
o avoid plagiarism:
UMUC's Online Writing Center

"How to Avoid
Plagiarism"

The University has a license agreement with Turnitin, a service that helps prevent plagiarism from
Internet re
sources. The professor may be using this service in this class by either requiring students to
submit their papers electronically to Turnitin or by submitting questionable text on behalf of a student.
If you or the professor submit part or all of your pape
r, it will be stored by Turnitin in its database
throughout the term of the University's contract with Turnitin. If you object to this temporary storage
of your paper, you must let the professor know no later than two weeks after the start of this class.
P
lease Note: If you object to the storage of your paper on Turnitin, the professor may utilize other
services to check your work for plagiarism.


Students With Disabilities:

Reasonable accommodations are available for students who have disabilities and are
enrolled in any
program offered at UMUC. For more information, students should contact the Director, Student Affairs
or e
-
mail
SADirector@asia.umuc.edu
.

Academic Policies:

Academic Policies are not course spe
cific and are therefore created and housed separately from this
document. You may access and print Academic Policies from the Syllabus sub
-
menu in your WebTycho
classroom or by going to these links
http://de
.asia.umuc.edu/policies/

or
http://www.umuc.edu/policies/academicpolicies/aa15025.cfm
.

Caveat:

UMUC Asia
OL

syllabi are tentative and subject to change, if necessary. Changes will b
e announced
with as much notice as possible.