Cisco Certified Network Associate CCNA Program

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THE FACTS:

Networking has virtually exploded in recent years, accelerated by continuous innovation and the
Internet's growing popularity. Canada is the leading country for Internet use in the world, in turn,
placing Canadians in the heart of technical innovation. Cisco is at the forefront of this rapid growth,
maintaining a dominant role in the industry. Consider this- CISCO Systems Inc sells $32 Million
dollars in products daily. Networking has created a vacuum of qualified people leading to a shortage
of skilled individuals to meet the demand. Become part of the Internet revolution by joining our
CCNA program. Cisco certification in conjunction with NTG Clarity’s experience can enable you to
succeed as a networking professional.

In the attached package, please find enclosed a course outline to see what topics we will be covering,
and also a course schedule and registration form for your information. NTG Clarity Networks is
confident that our CCNA program will prepare you to obtain the skills to become a Cisco Certified
Network Associate (CCNA).

 Real Hands-On Experience: Only two students per Cisco router.
 Instructors: Renowned teaching professional, with over 28 years industry experience.
 Experience: We are not just a training school. NTG Clarity is an international telecom
consulting firm with years of industry experience, bringing real situations into the classroom
 Training facility: State-of-the Art technology, while conveniently located
 Labs: Available for non- class times
 Authorized Testing Centre: Available on site (Prometric Authorized)


THE GOAL:
The goal of this program is to get you up to speed on the tools and technologies required in today’s
challenging networking environment. Equipping yourself with the right tools is important for a
successful career. Becoming a networking professional, and having the CCNA certification, will
ensure success and will help in building your career as an information technology professional.

WHY CISCO:
 An IT Professional is to expect a pay increase of 20%-30% in annual income after having
received Cisco Certification.
 There is a shortage of Cisco certified professionals, which translates into vast room for
advancement for certified individuals.
 Top IT recruiters and certification experts agree that Cisco certification provides one of the
greatest rewards for a student’s investment in today’s market.
 Cisco is the largest maker of network routers with an 81% market share.







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CCNA CAREER OPURTUNITIES:



The following career opportunities are available


 Helpdesk Engineer
 Field Technician
 Level 1 Systems Engineer
 Level 1 Systems Integrator


AUDIENCE:

 If you want attain an internationally
recognized credential as a competent CISCO
networking professional.
 If you're currently preparing for the CCNA
certification exam.
 If you're planning to become certifies in either CCNP or CCIE.











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Course Summary



The program will cover the following topics:
 Internetworking Concepts Overview
 Assembling and Cabling CISCO Network Devices
 Operating and Configuring a CISCO Device
 Managing Your Network Environment
 Catalyst 1900 Switches Operations
 Extending Switches Functionality
 Interconnecting Networks with TCP/IP
 IP Routes
 Basic IP Traffic Management with Access Lists
 Configuring Novell IPX
 Establishing Serial Point-to-Point Connections
 Completing an ISDN BRI Call
 Establishing a Frame Relay PVC Connection










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Course Outline

Internetworking Concepts Overview
Describe how data traffic is exchanged between source and destination devices. Identify the
roles and functions of a hub, switch, and router, and where they best fit in the network. Select
the appropriate CISCO equipment for a given set of network requirements.
 Defining Network Components
 Mapping Business Needs to a Hierarchical
Model
 OSI Model Overview
 Communicating Between Layers
 Physical Layer Functions
 Data Link Layer Functions
 Network Layer Functions
 Transport Layer Functions
 Selecting CISCO Products

Assembling and Cabling CISCO Network Devices
Identify and connect necessary components to enable LAN connectivity between routers or
switches and WAN connectivity over serial or ISDN BRI connections. Set up console
connections between routers, switches and a terminal. Document the physical topology,
including cable types and cable locations on each internetworking device.
 Cabling the LAN
 Cabling the WAN
 Setting Up Console Connections to CISCO Devices








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Course Outline
Operating and Configuring a CISCO IOS Device
Start up the CISCO Catalyst 1900 switch and CISCO router and observe the boot up processes.
Provide an initial configuration for the switch and perform
the router's initial setup configuration. Enable and identify
the command modes in each network device. Use the
various help and command line-editing features of each
device's user interface. Show and recognize fundamental
technical details about each network device.

 Basic Operation of CISCO IOS Software
 What Happens When You Start a Switch
 Keyboard Help in Switch Command Line Interface
 Commands to Get Basic Switch Information
 Configuring a Switch from the Command Line
 What Happens When You Start a Router
 Keyboard Help in Router Command Line Interface
 Commands to Get Basic Router Information
 Configuring a Router from the Command Line

Managing Your Network Environment
Gather information about neighbor devices and remote devices. Create a simple network
diagram to document the network. Determine the location from which a configuration and IOS
image will be loaded.
 Getting Information about Neighboring Devices
 Getting Information about Remote Devices
 Documenting the Network
 Router Boot Sequence and Verification Commands
 Managing IOS Images

Catalyst 1900 Switch Operations
Describe layer two switching (bridging) operations. Describe the Catalyst 1900 switch
operations and default configuration. Configure the Catalyst 1900 switch, and use show
commands to verify the switch configuration and operations.
 Basic Layer 2 Switching (Bridging) Technologies
 Catalyst Switch Technology
 Configuring the Catalyst 1900 Switch






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Course Outline
Extending Switch Functionality
Configure a VLAN. Configure a switch for trunking, and configure the VLAN Trunking Protocol.
Verify VLAN connectivity and Spanning Tree operations.
 VLAN Operation
 VLAN Concepts
 Inter-switch Link (ISL) Trunking
 VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP)
 VLAN Configuration
Interconnecting Networks with TCP/IP
Identify the TCP/IP protocol stack, its protocol layer functions,
and commonly used TCP/IP protocols. Identify TCP/IP address
classes, addresses, subnet masks, network numbers, subnet
numbers, and possible host numbers. Configure TCP/IP
addresses and subnet masks on a router interface and configure a
host table. Interconnect VLANs with a layer three device such as
a "router on a stick".
 TCP/IP Overview
 TCP/TP Application Layer Overview
 TCP/TP Transport Layer Overview
 TCP/TP Internet Layer
 TCP/IP Address Overview
 Configuring IP Addresses
 Interconnecting Networks
IP Routes
Distinguish the use and operation of static and dynamic routes. Configure and verify a static route.
Identify how distance vector IP routing protocols such as the Routing Information Protocol (RIP) and
the Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (IGRP) operate on CISCO routers. Enable RIP and IGRP.
Verify IP routing with show and debug commands
 Routing Overview
 Enable Static Routes
 Learning Routes Dynamically Using Routing Protocols
 Configuring Dynamic Routing Protocols
 Enabling the RIP Routing Protocol
 Enabling the IGRP Routing Protocol






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Basic IP Traffic Management with Access Lists
Identify the key functions and special processing of IP access lists. Configure standard and
extended IP access lists. Control vty access with access class. Verify and monitor IP access
lists.
 Access List Overview
 Access List Functions and Operations
 TCP/IP Access Lists
 Standard IP Access List Configuration
 Controlling vty Access with Access Class Entries
 Extended IP Access Lists
 Verifying and Monitoring Access Lists









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Course Outline
Configuring Novell IPX
Describe basic IPX operation. Determine the required IPX
network number and encapsulation type for a given
interface. Enable the Novell IPX protocol. Verify IPX
connectivity. Configure and monitor IPX access lists and
SAP traffic filters.
 IPX Routing Overview
 Netware Protocols
 Configuring IPX Routing
 Verifying and Monitoring IPX Routing
 IPX Access Lists
Establishing Serial Point-to-Point Connections
Configure HDLC and PPP protocols on a serial WAN
connection. Configure PAP and CHAP authentication on a
PPP connection. Verify proper point-to-point HDLC and
PPP configuration.
 WAN Overview
 Configuring HDLC Encapsulation
 PPP Encapsulation Overview
 Configuring PPP Encapsulation and PAP and CHAP Authentication
 Verifying HDLC and PPP Encapsulation Configuration
Completing an ISDN BRI Call
Describe the components that make up ISDN connectivity. Configure ISDN BRI and legacy dial-on-
demand routing (DDR). Verify DDR operation.
 ISDN BRI Overview
 ISDN Components
 DDR Overview
 Configuring Legacy DDR
Establishing a Frame Relay PVC Connection
Determine how Frame Relay operates. Configure Frame Relay and Frame Relay subinterfaces. Verify
Frame Relay operation.
 Frame Relay Overview
 Configuring Frame Relay
 Configuring Frame Relay Subinterfaces






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Course Outline


Hands-on Labs
 Selecting CISCO Products
 Assembling and Cabling CISCO Devices
 CISCO Router Startup and Initial Configuration
 Catalyst 1900 Switch Start Up and Initial Configuration
 Using the Router Command Line Interface
 Operating and Configuring an IOS Device
 Getting Information about Neighboring Devices and Using System Files
 Configuring the Catalyst 1900 Switch
 Configuring a Catalyst 1900 Switch for Extended Functionality
 Interconnecting Networks with TCP/IP
 Determining IP Routes with RIP
 Determining IP Routes with IGRP
 Configuring IP Access Lists
 Enabling IPX Routing Protocol on a Router
 Configuring Novell IPX Access Lists
 Configuring Serial Connections to WAN Service Providers (Optional)
 Completing an ISDN BRI Call
 Connecting to Frame Relay Services






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Exercises
 OSI Model Overview
 Specify the Distinctive Roles and Functions of the Hub, the Switch, and the Router
 Commands to Load and Backup CISCO IOS Software Image Files
 IP Address Classes
 IP Subnet Masks
 IP Broadcast Addresses
 Interconnecting Networks with TCP/IP
 IPX Parameter Planning
 ISDN
Components






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Contact Information

If you would like more information, please do not hesitate to contact us:


NTG Clarity Networks Inc.
5353 Dundas St. W., Suite 500
Etobicoke,ON.
M9B 6H8

Tel 416-234-2227
Fax 416-234-2231
Web www.ntgtraining.com