CCNA Training, IT Academy CPMT 1091

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HOUSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE
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CCNA Training, IT Academy
CPMT 1091










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HOUSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE SOUTHWEST COURSE SYLLABUS

CCNA Training, IT Academy

CPMT 1091

Cisco Certification validates the student’s knowledge of Cisco products and relevant
networking concepts. This course prepares the student for the Cisco Certified Network
Associate (CCNA) exam and represents the first level of Cisco certification.

COURSE OBJECTIVE


The course is a focused coverage of the CCNA exam. A foundation for learning is provided
by an intense presentation of networking principles, the OSI model and TCP/IP.

GOALS


Students will be presented the essential knowledge
• To configure and operate basic switched LANs and routed WANs.
• Of the Cisco IOS , as it relates to both routers and switches.

LEARNING OUTCOMES


Upon completion of the course:
• Via RouterSim, each student will configure and test their own network consisting of 6
routers and 2 switches.
• Students will execute VLAN and WAN protocol.

PREREQUISITES


The CCNA assumes some prior knowledge about how networks work and how they are used
in the real world. While the course will take certain steps to help you past your learning curve,
it may be advisable to complete a basic networking and/or basic network operating system
course as a pre-requisite.

REQUIRED TEXTBOOKS


Materials included.

COURSE REQUIREMENTS AND EXPECTATIONS


This class is an accelerated 40-hour program.

ATTENDANCE


To fully benefit from the course, students are expected to attend all classes. To receive a

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Certificate of Completion and Continuing Education Units, students must attend a minimum of
80% of the class.

WITHDRAWAL AND REFUND POLICY


Because programs require a minimum number of students for the classes to be offered, it is
essential that students understand that they are committing to a place in the program and
their inclusion means that someone else may not have an opportunity to enroll. Therefore,
NO REFUNDS WILL BE GIVEN AFTER THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS HAS COMMENCED.

OPPORTUNITIES FOR STUDENT-FACULTY INTERACTION


Students are encouraged to ask questions and request clarification or guidance as needed
during class. A question and answer period is always provided.

OPPORTUNITIES FOR CAREER EXPLORATION


Topics relevant to future employment and career exploration opportunities will be presented
to the students, including certification and degree prospects.

OPPORTUNITIES FOR SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTION


Students are informed of instructional aids and resources, including books, other publications,
and web sites relevant to the course.

SPEAKER FORUM


At the discretion of the instructor, speakers may be invited to address the class on pertinent
topics.

CELL PHONES AND PAGERS


Cell phones and pagers can be disruptive during class. Please turn these devices off or set to
mute while in the classroom or student lab.

WITHDRAWAL AND REFUND POLICY


Because programs require a minimum number of students for the classes to be offered, it is
essential that students understand that they are committing to a place in the program and
their inclusion means that someone else may not have an opportunity to enroll. Therefore,
NO REFUNDS WILL BE GIVEN AFTER THE FIRST DAY OF THE FIRST SEMESTER ONE
CLASS HAS COMMENCED.

DISABILITY SERVICES


Any student with a documented disability (e.g. physical, learning, psychiatric, vision, hearing,
etc.) who needs to arrange reasonable accommodations must contact the Disability Services
Office at the respective college at the beginning of each semester. Faculty are authorized to

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provide only the accommodations requested by the Disability Support Services Office. The
Southwest College Disability Services Office phone number is 713-718-7909.

CONTENT SHEET


• Logging In
• Help and Editing
• Starting and Saving Configurations
• Setting Passwords
• Configuring Hostnames, Banner
Messages, and IP Addresses
• Initializing Your Network
• Configuring Static Routes
• Default Routes
• Dynamic Routing with RIP
• Dynamic Routing with IGRP
• Configuring VLANS and ISL
• Backing up the Router IOS
• Upgrading or Restoring the Router
IOS
• Backing up the Router Configuration
• Telnet for Remote Management
• IP Name Resolution
• Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)
• Internetworking Packet Exchange
(IPX)
• Standard IP Access Lists
• Extended IP Access Lists
• IPX Access Lists
• PPP Configuration
• PPP Authentication
• Point-to-Point Frame Relay
• Frame Relay with Sub-Interfaces
• ISDN Configuration
• Managing the 1900
• Switch Port Security

At the end of each chapter’s lecture and lab, the material will be reviewed in the context of
the CCNA certification exam. While the philosophy of the class is to teach first and test-prep
second, students will receive a concentrated test review throughout the course.

STUDENT ASSESSMENT


Extensive lab time is allotted to reinforce learning. In order to expose the students to a
greater number and variety of Cisco devices, the class will use a server based copy of the
highly regarded RouterSim (www.routersim.com
). Via RouterSim, each student will configure
and test their own network consisting of 6 routers and 2 switches. Students learn best when
they can practice with realistic situations. RouterSim allows each student to perform VLAN
and WAN labs that would not be possible in a normal classroom.