Syllabus CIT 022 Routers & IOS Cisco

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CIT
-
22 Router and IOS Software (Cisco)






Syllabus

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Syllabus
CIT 022
Routers & IOS Cisco



Instructor:

Wael Abdeljabbar


Office:

SE3
-
101 A


Office Hours
:

4:00 PM
-

7:00 PM Monday

Campus Phone:

(408) 8
55
-
5250

E
-
mail:

wael
.
abdeljabbar@wvm
.edu

Classroom
:

E2
-
50
1

Class Times:

7:00 PM


9:
3
0 PM


Prerequisites:

CIT

021, Advisory MATH 903


Textbook:

Required (None), Online Curriculum.

Recommended

Routing Protocols and Concepts, CCNA exploration Companion Guide

ISBN # 978
-
1
-
58713
-
206
-
3



Course Description


This is the second part of a four
-
course program to prepare s
tudents for the Cisco Certified Network

Associate
(CCNA) certification test. Semester Two covers the fundamentals of Wide Area Network (WAN) protocols and
Cisco router technologies.

This is a hybrid class. Students will complete some course work online.






Web Site


Supplementary information for the course is available at
[
http://mission2.wvmccd.cc.ca.us/cisco2
]
. The
Web site contains class notes,

PowerPoint slides, class announcements, the course s
yllabus, test dates, and other information for the course.



E
-
m
ail


All students are requested to obtain an e
-
mail account. If you have any questions about the course or need assistance,
please contact me in person or by telephone during office hours; or

by e
-
mail at any time. Also, you
may submit the
project assignments in class on the due date or by e
-
mail with a date stamp
at or before


5:00
PM

on the due date. E
-
mail submissions should be
submitted
as an attachment in Microsoft Word format.








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G
rading and Evaluation Criteria

Thirty

percent

of the grade is based on a midterm
(The Midterm will be the average of all the CBT exams).

Forty percent of the grade is based on the final Exam.



Both examinations are cumulative and given in a varied format.

An in
-
class review will be held
before

each
examination.

Twenty percent of the grade is based on the Completion of the Labs.

Ten percent is based on your participation in the class discussion.




Twenty percent

of the grade is based on quizzes. Quizzes ar
e announced one day in advance and may vary from
three

to
five

questions that may be in any format.


Forty percent

of the grade is based on keeping a project notebook. Students are asked to obtain a small notebook or
to use a lab notebook and ke
ep notes o
n the results of the
hands
-
on
activities
within eac
h chapter and
of
the
hands
-
on projects and
case projects
at the end of

each chapter in the text.



WEEK

CHAPTER

DESCRIPTIONS

1

1,2

1
-

WANS and Routers, No Labs, Registration

2
-

Introduction to Routers
Labs from Chapters 1

2

3,4

3
-

Configuring a Router,
Labs from Chapters 2+3

4
-

Learning about Other Devices

3

5, 6

5
-

Managing Cisco IOS Software,
Labs from Chapters 4+5

6
-

Routing and Routing Protocols

4

7

7
-

Distance Vector Routing Protocols,
Labs

from Chapters 6

5

8

8
-

TCP/IP Suite Error and Control Messages,
Labs from Chapter 7

6

9, 10

9
-

Basic Router Troubleshooting,
Labs from Chapter 9+10

10
-

Intermediate TCP/IP

7

11

Review

11
-

Access Control Lists (ACLs),
Labs from Chapter 11

Work on
Finishing Labs and any Review or Make
-
ups needed.

8

Lab Skills
Exam. Final

Start of Lab Skills Final Exam. Review and Finals






Note: Instructor may modify
or make adjustments to the

syllabus

and grading criteria
as

needed.


Disability statement


Any
student who feels s/he may need an accommodation based on the impact of a disability should
contact me privately to discuss your specific needs. Please contact DISC (Disability Instructional Support
Center) located in S2
-
201 (408
-
855
-
5085 or 408
-
727
-
9243
TTY) to coordinate reasonable
accommodations for students with verifiable documentation.






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Student learning outcome
:

Describes the architecture, components, and operation of routers, and explains the principles of routed
and routing protocols. Students
will analyze, configure, verify, and troubleshoot the primary routing
protocols RIPv1, RIPv2, EIGRP, and OSPF. By the end of this course, students will be able to recognize
and correct common routing issues and problems.


Attendance


Students are expected

to attend all sessions of each class. Instructors may drop students from class if
they fail to attend the first class meeting or when accumulated unexcused hours of absence exceed ten
percent of the total number of hours the class meets during the semest
er. Moreover, an instructor may
drop from the class any student who fails to attend at least one class session during the first three weeks
of instruction.



Unlawful Discrimination/Sexual Harassment


If you have a complaint or someone has shared informa
tion with you as a student or employee that is
unlawful discrimination or sexual harassment, contact the Director of Human Resources at West Valley
-
Mission Community College District, Human Resources Department, (408) 741
-
2060). If the Director of
Human R
esources is not available, contact the President of the college in which you attend or are
employed. For Mission College, contact the office of Dr.
Harriett Robles

at (408) 855
-
5122.