Spring 2003 - Intercollege

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CISCO CERTIFIED NETWORK ASSOCIATE



Lecturer
:

Aletia Trakakis


Duration
:

32.5

hour

Place
:

Intercollege,
Nicosia

Dates
:

20/02/06


24/02/06

Day & Time:

Monday


Friday

09.00


17.00

Cost:

£
500


Aim

The aim of the course is to introduc
e the student to routing and switching in small to middle size networks. It also introduces the basic
and advance technology of Cisco routers. The following are also included in the basic aims of this course :Bridging/Switching
, OSI
Reference Model & Layer
ed Communications


Network Protocols, Routing Network Management, LAN Design and Cisco Basics, IOS & Network Basics



Objectives



Bridging/Switching



OSI Reference Model & Layered Com
munications



Network Protocols



Routing



Network Management



LAN Design



Cisco Basics, IOS & Network Basics


Target Audience

The student needs to have at least 1 to 2 years basic experience in networking or PC Technician. A Network+ certificate with
6 months
e
xperience will also be accepted Network administrators,

Network developers and high level engineers.

Business Development Center

training unit


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L i f e l o n g L e a r n i n g


Analytic Program
:


Day 1

09:00
-
17:00



09:00
-
11:00

Name and describe two
switching methods.

Distinguish between cut
-
through and store
-
and
-
f
orward LAN switching.

Describe the operation of the Spanning
Tree Protocol and its benefits.

Describe the benefits of virtual LANs.

Describe data link and network addresses
and identify key differences between them.

Define and describe the function of the
MAC address.

11:00
-

11:15


Break

11:15


13:00

List the key
internetworking functions for the OSI
Network layer.

Identify at least three reasons why the
industry uses a layered model.

13:00


14:00 Lunch

14:00


15:30

D
escribe the two parts
of network addressing; then identify the
parts in specific protocol address

Define and explain the five conversion
steps of data encapsulation.

Describe connection
-
oriented network
service and connectionless network service,
and id
entify their key differences.

Identify the parts in specific protocol
address examples.

15:30
-
15:45 Break

15:45


17:00

Describe the
advantages of LAN segmentation.

Describe LAN segmentation using bridges.

Describe LAN segmentation
using routers.

Describe LAN segmentation using
switches.

Describe the benefits of network
segmentation with bridges.

Describe the benefits of network
segmentation with routers.

Describe the benefits of network
segmentation with switches.


Day 2

09:00
-
17:00



09:00
-
11:00

Describe the different
classes of IP addresses (and subnetting).

Identify the functions of the TCP/IP
network
-
layer protocol.

Identify the functions performed by ICMP.

11:00
-

11:15


Break

11:15


13:00


Configure
IP
addresses.

Verify IP addresses.

13:00


14:00 Lunch

14:00


15:30

List the required IPX
address and encapsulation type.

Recognize key Frame Relay terms and
features.

List commands to configure Frame Relay
LMIs, maps, and subinterfac
es.

List commands to monitor Frame Relay
operation in the router.

15:30
-
15:45 Break

15:45


17:00

State a relevant use
and context for ISDN networking.

Identify ISDN protocols, function groups,
reference points, and channels.

Identif
y PPP operations to encapsulate
WAN data on Cisco routers

Day 3

09:00
-
17:00



09:00
-
11:00

Describe the different
classes of IP addresses (and subnetting).

Identify the functions of the TCP/IP
network
-
layer protocol.

Identify the functions perfo
rmed by ICMP.

11:00
-

11:15


Break

11:15


13:00

Configure IP
addresses.

Verify IP addresses.

13:00


14:00 Lunch

14:00


15:30

List the required IPX
address and encapsulation type.

Define flow control and describe the th
ree
basic methods used in networking.


15:30
-
15:45 Break

15:45


17:00

Add the RIP routing
protocol to your configuration.

Add the IGRP routing protocol to your
configuration.


Day 4

09:00
-
17:00



09:00
-
11:00


Describe fu
ll
-

and
half
-
duplex Ethernet operation.

Describe network congestion problem in
Ethernet networks.

Describe the features and benefits of Fast
Ethernet.

Describe the guidelines and distance
limitations of Fast Ethernet.

Cisco Basics, IOS & Network Basics

11:
00
-

11:15


Break

Cisco Basics, IOS & Network Basics

13:00


14:00 Lunch

14:00


15:30

Cisco Basics, IOS &
Network Basics

15:30
-

15:45 Break

15:45


17:00

Cisco Basics, IOS &
Network Basics


Day 5

09:00
-
17:00



09:00
-
11:00


Examine router elements.

Manage configuration files from the
privilege EXEC mode.

Control router passwords, identification,
and banner.

Identify the main Cisco IOS software
commands for router startup.

Log in to a router in both
user and privilege
modes.

11:00
-

11:15


Break

11:15
-

13:00

Check an initial
configuration using the setup command.

Use the context
-
sensitive help facility.

Use the command history and editing
features.

13:00


14:00 Lunch

14:00


15:30


List the commands to
load Cisco IOS software from: Flash
memory, a TFTP server, or ROM.

Prepare to backup, upgrade, and load a
backup Cisco IOS software image.

15:30
-
15:45 Break

15:45


17:00




List problems that each routing type
encou
nters when dealing with topology
changes, and describe techniques to
reduce the number of these problems.


Prepare the initial configuration of your
router and enable IP




For more information please contact

the Training & Development Unit at Intercollege,

with Mr. Kosta Trakakis or Ms. Maria Constantinou or Ms.
Athina Kyriacou

, 22841581/76/71