Course Outcomes CCNA 1: Networking Basics (ITCC 1302/1402)

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High School Course

College WECM Equivalent

Internetworking technologies I

(INNTC1TP) N1295TC6

Cisco curriculum

OR

Networking essentials

(NPLUSCTP) N1295TC9

Cisco curriculum

CCNA 1: Networking Basics

ITCC 1302 or ITCC 1402 (or ITCC 1002 CEU)

AND

CCNA 2: Ro
uter and Routing Basics

ITCC 1306 or ITCC 1406 (or ITCC 1006 CEU)


Course Outcomes


CCNA 1: Networking Basics

(ITCC
1302/1402)


Course Description:

Skill development in the design and installation of local area networks to ensure optimal throughput.
Topi
cs include cabling, cable closets, management devices, selection, and installation of network
devices, protocols, and subnetting.


Learning Outcomes:

The student will identify the seven layers of the OSI model and describe the functions of each; describe
t
he proper selection of network cable and devices; perform structured cable installation; install a local
area network (LAN) and configure network devices and nodes; define the five steps of data
encapsulation; and identify the functions of the TCP/IP netwo
rk
-
layer protocol.


Expected Competencies

(The enhanced course must include the following competencies.)

Check if
“Yes”


The student can:



1.

Perform simple PC (hardware, software and network settings), and NIC
troubleshooting.


2.

Perform simple binar
y math conversions.


3.

Identify various units of information and bandwidth.


4.

Name and describe the OSI reference model layers from memory.


5.

Describe and graph the TCP/IP model.


6.

Identify and describe the devices required to build a LAN.


7
.

Describe networking signals and what happens to them on various media.


8.

Use a multimeter to measure resistance, voltage and continuity.


9.

Describe the basic networking media.


10.

Determine the correct cable to use in a given situation and proper
ly terminate the
cable IAW the applicable TIE/EIA 568/9 standard.


11.

Identify the collision and broadcast domains of a given topology.


12.

Describe the basic elements of a frame.


13.

Perform hexadecimal math.


Expected Competencies

(The enhanced course must include the following competencies.)

Check if
“Yes”

14.

Compare and contrast Token Ring, F
DDI, and Ethernet.


15.

Explain the specific details of layer 2 devices.


16.

Use a network and protocol inspector to identify different frames.


17.

Create both physical and logical LAN topologies.


18.

Locate the MDF and IDFs in a given Ethernet Exte
nded Star Topology.


19.

Plan a cable installation from a given business scenario.


20.

Install, terminate, test, and troubleshoot Cat 5 UTP runs, from jack to patch panel.


21.

Classify the various types of IP addresses.


22.

Create the appropriate su
bnets for a given business situation.


23.

Find the subnetwork id numbers, range of host numbers, subnetwork broadcast
numbers, and subnet mask for a given scenario.


24.

Explain basic routing using packet diagrams and tracing header information.


25.

F
lowchart basic network processes such as ARP and RARP.


26.

Explain the differences between IP, TCP, and UDP.


27.

Explain the basic processes of the session layer.


28.

Describe presentation layer functions of formatting, encryption, and compression.


29.

Explain how e
-
mail and HTTP work.



Textbook, Hardware/Software, and Tool Recommendations:

None.


NOTE:

This is a vendor
-
specific course and should be taught only by vendor authorized institutions.

Course Outcomes


CCNA

2: Router and Routing Basics

(ITCC 1306/1406)


Course Description:

An introduction to Cisco basic router configuration for local area networks. Topics include initial router
configuration for TCP/IP, management of the co
nfiguration, backup of router configuration files, routing
protocols, and the use of security features.


Learning Outcomes:

The student will configure and manage routers and subnets utilizing TCP/IP protocol and router protocol
RIP; backup and restore rout
er configurations; upgrade router operating systems; create and configure
routers to manage subnets; and install security measures on routers.


Expected Competencies

(The enhanced course must include the following competencies.)

Check if
“Yes”


The studen
t can:



1.

Describe WAN devices, standards, and technologies.


2.

Describe the function of a router in a WAN.


3.

Describe user and privileged modes.


4.

Use router help functions.


5.

Use IOS editing commands.


6.

Use IOS command history.


7.

De
scribe external router configuration sources.


8.

Describe internal router configuration components.


9.

Describe router modes.


10.

Use router show commands.


11.

Describe how to access other routers by using the Cisco Discovery Protocol.


12.

Unders
tand the router boot sequence.


13.

Understand setup mode.


14.

Use commands related to router startup.


15.

Use the setup command.


16.

Setup Global parameters.


17.

Setup interface parameters.


18.

Setup script review and use.


19.

Work with route
r configuration files.


20.

Use various router configuration modes.


21.

Use various configuration methods.


22.

Describe the process used to locate Cisco IOS.


Expected Competencies

(The enhanced course must include the following competencies.)

Check if
“Yes”

23.

Identify the commands to locate information about Cisco IOS software.


24.

Describe bo
otstrap options in the Cisco IOS software.


25.

Describe the process and commands for creating and loading a software image
backup.


26.

Describe Cisco IOS naming conventions.


27.

Configure a router from the CLI.


28.

Perform password recovery tasks.


29.

Describe IP addressing and subnetting.


30.

Describe IP address configuration.


31.

Assign new subnet numbers to topology.


32.

Understand routing basics.


33.

Describe why routing protocols are necessary.


34.

Understand routing basics and why
they are necessary.


35.

Describe Distance
-
vector routing protocols.


36.

Describe link
-
state protocols.


37.

Understand how to use different routing protocols in context.


38.

Describe initial router configuration.


39.

Describe interior and exterior

routing protocols.


40.

Describe RIP.


41.

Describe IGRP.



Textbook, Hardware/Software, and Tool Recommendations:

None.


NOTE:

This is a vendor
-
specific course and should be taught only by vendor authorized institutions.