E.C.N.L. - Certificate of Course Completion

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Leonardo da Vinci Project
European Computer Networking License (supported by
e_learning). Project N. [I/01/B/F/PP-120132]
1 JCNT:

Junior Certified Network Technician 
The Junior Certified Network Technician is able to basically use and maintain an enterprise LAN. This person knows
the cabling standards, uses the internetworking devices and is able to select them at a basic level.
He uses and maintains Internet applications (mainly on client side), such as e-mail services, ftp, web.
He is also able to maintain and install Linux and Windows operating systems, and to configure them as required in the
existing local area network.
1: beginner
2: intermediate
3: advanced
During the Junior Certified Network Technician course, administered by the
undersigned instructor, the student demonstrated the following
competencies:
 explain the fundamentals of signal theory, modulation techniques, modes of
transmission and describe the process of base-band signaling;
 describe the evolution of telecommunications networks
 explain and describe network architectures and topologies
 identify LAN and WAN components
 explain the principles of protocols and the OSI model
 define standards at the physical layer of the OSI reference model and protocols at the
data-link layer, define the major 802 standards as used in LANs
 make a patch cable.
 detail the specifications of networking media (copper, fiber, wireless);
 describe and apply CAT 5 cabling standards and use a cable tester.
 describe the purpose of the OSI Model and the functions of each layer
 describe the process of data encapsulation
 describe some non-IEEE LAN lower-layer protocols
 identify which layer of the OSI Model specific TCP/IP protocols reside
 compare and contrast the OSI Model and TCP/IP Protocol Stack
 explain the TCP/IP protocols
 describe different types, protocols and realization rules of LANs and their evolutions;
 connect LANs using correct devices, principles and techniques of VLAN networking
 identify and describe IP Address Classes.
 use the binary numbering system, use the three basic Boolean functions (AND, OR, NOR)
 describe the function of MAC addresses
 use IP address subnetting techniques
 planning, designing, and installing work group and peer-to-peer LANs
 install and use (on the client side) network operating system (Windows and Linux)
 use and maintain Internet applications (SMTP, POP, FTP, HTTP, TELNET, SSH, DNS,
WINS, NETBEUI, DHCP, NNTP)
 configure clients (Windows and Linux) for using network services
 use firewalling systems
 set simple wireless network for home and small office
 set a connection over GSM, GPRS and UMTS (when and where available); an example
of use could be a mobile connection to pop and/or http server
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The following certificates are a proposal for the European Commission with the Leonardo_ecnl'
partnership agreement
P1) ELEA

Andrea Daviddi

P2)
ENAIP_Piemonte


Carmelina
Nicola
P3) CSEA

Anna Forlenza
P4) Polytechnic
of Turin

P15) ANASIN

Francesca
Patini
P16) FFR-
C.G.I.L.


Ranieri
P17)
Universitatea
Tehnica Cluj-
Napoca

Professor Ph.D.
Eng. Gheorghe
Lazea.
Professor
GavrilToderean

P18) CR2i - CIEP

Maria E.
Rudowsky
P19) C.I.B.C.71
Chalon sur Saòne


Serge Rochet



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Leonardo da Vinci Project
European Computer Networking License (supported by
e_learning). Project N. [I/01/B/F/PP-120132]
2 CLAND&A:

Certified LAN Designer and Administrator 
The Certified LAN Designer and Administrator has all abilities provided by JCNT, and is also able to design and
implement an enterprise LAN. His/her main ability is to design all aspects of the local area network, starting from
cabling design up to the installation and management of complex application layer products, such as www server, ftp
server, DNS server and mail server. The operating systems of choice are, as in JCNT, Linux and Windows, with an
advanced knowledge.
1: beginner
2: intermediate
3: advanced
During the Certified LAN Designer and Administrator course, administered by
the undersigned instructor, the student demonstrated the following
competencies:
 describe how bridging and routing fits in the OSI model;
 describe different types of bridge and their operation mode;
 describe the basic router functions,
 compare routing with bridging and switching
 distinguish between routed and routing protocols,
 outline the characteristics of routing protocols,
 evaluate and compare different routing protocols
 use network analyzer
 describe internet multimedia architecture and protocols
 internetwork Operating System command set, configuration files, IOS images.
 using IOS commands to interrogate the router and the network.
 manipulate the router start -up sequence.
 manipulate router configuration files.
 manipulate IOS image files.
 complete a basic configuration on one router.
 identify multiple routing protocols and describe their data flow.
 identify multiple routed protocols and describe their data flow.
 troubleshoot routing and routed protocol problems.
 identify and describe the function of router components.
 configure and apply subnetting techniques to a multiple router topology.
 configure and troubleshoot a multiple router topology.
 troubleshooting problems in a multiple router topology.
 configure access lists
 install and configure (on the server side) network operating system (Windows and
Linux)
 install and configure Internet applications (SMTP, POP, FTP, HTTP, TELNET, SSH,
DNS, WINS, NETBEUI, DHCP, NNTP)
 install firewalling systems
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Leonardo da Vinci Project
European Computer Networking License (supported by
e_learning). Project N. [I/01/B/F/PP-120132]
3 CWAND&A:

Certified Wan Designer and Administrator 
The Certified Wan Designer and Administrator has all abilities provided by CLAND&A, extended to a Wan environment.
While a CLAND&A certified person can install and manage the whole local area network for a small industry,
CWAND&A certification allows to design, install and maintain more than one LAN, joined together with WAN links.
For this reason he/she is able to choose and use several kinds of Wan solutions. Wireless networks are also
considered, both for local and wide area networks.
1: beginner
2: intermediate
3: advanced
During the Certified Wan Designer and Administrator course, administered by the
undersigned instructor, the student demonstrated the following
competencies:

 set wireless network for home and s mall office;
 set Wi Fi network for small public hot spots
 combine wired and Wi - Fi network for home and office
 install and use wireless backbone ( or wired backbone )
 install a LAN based on IEEE 802.11, in particular with point to point and access
 point based connection; also security aspects will be considered
 describe router functions in details
 evaluate and compare in detail different routing protocols
 distinguish between interior and exterior routing protocols,
 describe about the several WANs architectures, standards, technologies, services
and applications;
 recognize the different protocols used about each WAN and the PDUs for each
protocol (to use network analyzer)
 describe internet multimedia architecture and protocols
 configure multiple routing protocols and describe their data flow.
 configure multiple routed protocols and describe their data flow.
 troubleshoot routing and routed protocol problems.
 identify and describe the function of router components.
 configured router s erial interfaces, using PPP encapsulation and authentication
 configured internet device to route IP traffic using the IGRP, EIGRP, OSPF routing
protocols
 designed and applied network security with IP Access Control Lists
 monitored and troubleshot network traffic using different tools
 troubleshot router configuration, physical connectivity problems, password recovery,
etc

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