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Course Outline for Computer Networking Technology 62

CISCO NETWORKING ACADEMY CCNA 3
-
4


I.

CATALOG DESCRIPTION:

CNT62


CISCO NETWORKING ACA
DEMY CCNA

3
-
4



4 units


This course is the third and fourth course in the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)
curriculum. This course covers the advanced features of router and routing concepts
including IGRP routing protocol, IPX routing, IP access lists,
LAN segmentation using
bridges and switches, network congestion issues, cut
-
through and store
-
forward switches,
and the operation of the Spanning Tree protocol. This course also covers the various Wide
Area Network services including Frame Relay, ISDN, HDL
C, PPP, DDR, Frame Relay LMIs,
Frame Relay maps and Frame Relay subinterfaces. This class includes hands
-
on experience
using Cisco routers. Student should have basic computer skills and knowledge of Internet
use. Prerequisite: Computer Networking Technolog
y 61 (completed with a grade of “C” or
higher). 3 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory.


II.

NUMBER OF TIMES COURSE MAY BE TAKEN FOR CREDIT:

Two


III.

PREREQUISITE AND/OR ADVISORY SKILLS:

Before entering this class, the student should be able to:


A.

describe the chara
cteristics of each layer of the OSI model;

B.

identify classes of IP addressing;

C.

describe the use of subnet masks;

D.

describe Transport Layer communication using TCP;

E.

describe Wide
-
Area networks;

F.

describe the use of hubs, repeaters, and bridges;

G.

describe the us
e of routers and IP addressing;

H.

describe the different routing protocols;

I.

compare Distance
-
Vector and Link State protocols;

J.

demonstrate the use of the USER and PRIVILEGED mode commands;

K.

demonstrate the use of the CONFIGURE TERMINAL mode commands;

L.

demonstra
te the use of the INTERFACE mode commands;

M.

describe the router types of memory: RAM, Flash memory, NVRAM, and ROM;

N.

describe the Network Layer communication; demonstrate the use of the ping and trace
commands.


IV.

EXPECTED OUTCOMES FOR STUDENTS:

Upon completio
n of this course, the student should be able to:

A.

demonstrate the use of Carrier Sense Multiple Access/Collision Detect (CSMA/CD)
applications to collision detection;

B.

demonstrate segmenting with LAN switches;

C.

determine the effects of a switch on propagation

delay and distance;

D.

describe the difference between half
-
duplex and full
-
duplex communication;

E.

compare and contrast store and forward and cut
-
through switching methods;


Course Outline for Computer Networking Technology 62

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2

CISCO NETWORKING
ACADEMY CCNA 3
-
4

F.

describe the advantages of using a VLAN;

G.

set up a VLAN;

H.

describe a VLAN implementatio
n plan;

I.

configure IGRP protocol;

J.

perform a multiprotocol routing;

K.

compare and contrast the various classes of routing protocols including distance
vector, hybrid, and link state;

L.

create an access list that illustrates each of the following: configuration c
ommands,
global statements, and interface commands;

M.

describe the process of determining IPX addresses;

N.

describe the use of WANs;

O.

describe the use of PPP and ISDN communication;

P.

configure Frame relay on a router interface.


V.

CONTENT:

A.

Review: The OSI Referenc
e Model and Routing

1.

The OSI model and the problems it solves

2.

The physical layer of the OSI reference model

3.

The data link layer of the OSI reference model

4.

Network layer functions

5.

Routing and the different classes of routing protocols

6.

The transport layer of
the OSI reference model

B.

LAN Switching

1.

Various LAN communication problems

2.

Full
-
duplex transmitting, fast Ethernet standard and LAN segmentation

3.

Switching and VLANs

4.

Spanning
-
Tree protocol

C.

Virtual LANs (VLANs)

1.

VLANs

2.

Segmentation and switching architectu
re

3.

VLAN implementation

D.

LAN Design

1.

LAN design goals and components

2.

Network design methodology

3.

Layer 1 design

4.

Layer 2 design

5.

Layer 3 design

E.

Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (IGRP)

1.

The network layer basics

2.

Routed and routing protocol
s

3.

IP routing protocols

4.

IGRP operation

F.

Access Control List (ACL)

1.

Access control list (ACL)

2.

ACL configuration task

3.

Standard ACL

4.

Extended ACL

5.

Named ACL

6.

Using ACLs with protocols

7.

Placing ACLS

8.

Verifying ACLs

G.

Novel IPX

1.

Cisco rout
ers in NetWare networks

2.

Novel encapsulation

Course Outline for Computer Networking Technology 62

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CISCO NETWORKING
ACADEMY CCNA 3
-
4

3.

Novel routing

4.

Novel IPX configuration

5.

Monitoring and managing and IPX network

H.

Network Management

1.

Network documentation

2.

Network security

3.

Environmental factors

4.

Network performance

5.

Server
administration

6.

Network troubleshooting

I.

WANs

1.

WAN technologies

2.

WAN devices

3.

How WANs relate to the OSI model

4.

WAN encapsulation formats

5.

WAN link options

J.

WAN design

1.

WAN communication

2.

The first steps in WAN design

3.

How to identify and select networking capabil
ities

K.

Point
-
To
-
Point Protocol

1.

Point
-
to
-
point protocol (PPP)

2.

PPP session establishment

3.

PPP authentication

L.

Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN)

1.

ISDN

2.

How ISDN relates to the OSI model

3.

ISDN users

4.

ISDN services: BRI & PRI

5.

ISDN configuration task

6.

Dial on d
emand routing

M.

Frame Relay

1.

Frame relay technology

2.

LMI: Cisco implementation of frame relay

3.

LMI features

4.

Configuration of basic frame relay

N.

Network Management

1.

The administrative side of network management

2.

Monitoring the network

3.

Troubleshooting networks

O.

Netwo
rk + Certification Exam Review

1.

Basic networking knowledge

2.

Physical layer

3.

Data link layer

4.

Network layer

5.

Transport layer

6.

TCP/IP fundamentals

7.

TCP/IP suite: fundamentals

8.

Remote connectivity

9.

Security

10.

Implementation, installing the network

11.

Maintaining and suppor
ting the network

12.

Troubleshooting the network

P.

CCNA Certification Exam Review

Course Outline for Computer Networking Technology 62

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4

CISCO NETWORKING
ACADEMY CCNA 3
-
4

1.

The OSI model

2.

Creating subnets

3.

Router commands

4.

LAN switching

5.

Microsegmentation of the network

6.

Who to ARP for

7.

Switching methods

8.

The benefits of virtual LANs (VLANs)

9.

Spanning
-
Tree pr
otocol

10.

Skills based sample scenario


VI.

METHODS OF INSTRUCTION:

A.

Lecture


demonstration

B.

Discussion

C.

Lab


VII.

TYPICAL ASSIGNMENTS:

A.

Reading:

1.

Read on
-
line curriculum chapter 9. Discuss store and forward and cut through
switching methods

B.

Demonstrate switch configurat
ion


VIII.

EVALUATION:

A.

Methods

1.

Quizzes

weekly

a.

Typical questions

1.

What numbers are used for standard IP access lists?

B.

Individual demonstrations

1.

Configure an ACL list to block Telnet access?

C.

Final Exam


IX.

TYPICAL TEXTS:

A.

Cisco Academy on
-
line curriculum.

B.

Cisco Certifi
ed Networking Associate (CCNA), Cisco Press, 2000 or later.



X.

OTHER MATERIALS REQUIRED OF STUDENTS:


None


Creation Date:

10/22/01

Revision Date:



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