ICT Networking Module Introduction - Chakarov

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ICT Principles


Networking

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version,
Yarnfield

Module introduction

Staff


Ivailo Chakarov
-

Module leader/tutor/Cisco Academy
Director


ichak1sc@stokecoll.ac.uk

Module content

Network fundamentals

Routing concepts and protocols

Living in a network centric world


Introduction to routing and packet
forwarding

Communicating over the network

Static routing

Application layer functionality and
protocols

Introduction to dynamic routing protocols

OSI transport layer

Distance vector routing protocols

OSI network layer

Rip version 1

Addressing the network IPv4

VLSM and CIDR

Data link layer

RIP version 2

OSI physical layer

The routing table a closer look

Ethernet

EIGRP

Planning and cabling networks

Link state routing protocols

Configuring and testing your network

OSPF

Module assessment


The assessment for this module is based on three parts
weighted as detailed below:


Skills test (30%)


Case Study (40%)


Log book (30%)


Grades for all parts deliver the grade for this module


To pass the module you need to get an average of 40%
overall

and you must score a minimum of 40% for each
independent assessment


The two skills tests and case study also count towards the Network
Fundamentals and Routing Protocols and Concepts


Module assessment


Skills test


Completion of a skills test which will be based on content from both
Networking Fundamentals and Routing Protocols and Concepts


(1 hour and 30 minutes Duration)


This assessment is closed book


This skills test is an individual exercise


Case
Study


Completion of a case study in the form of a report


Log
book


Consists of 12 questions


To be completed parallel with the module delivery


Cisco certification


All of the work which you have done for the module
counts towards the Cisco training part of the course


You need to pass a number of online chapter tests


Network Fundamentals = 11 Chapter Tests


Routing Protocols and Concepts = 11 Chapter Tests


Online final exams


Complete the course feedback


To graduate the Cisco training you must:


score >= 70% on the online final exam


score >= 40% on the skills exam


have an overall score >= 70% on the weighted percentage


Tutorials


You will be given specific tutorials to work through


These will help you to understand the material from the
lecture and put it into practical use


The tutorials are taken from the official Cisco tutorial
books


There are too many to do in class, so specific ones have
been selected for you


The tutorials all work towards the skills assessment so
completing these exercises is important


You should also complete as many activities via Packet
Tracer as possible

Effective learning


The lectures give you the framework


The tutorials let you put that framework into practice


In order to pass the module you need the theoretical
knowledge AND practical skills


Time is short on the module so please ensure that you
attend ALL lectures and tutorials


You will need to read the Cisco online material outside class
hours


You will be looking to spend about 8.5 hours
per week
of
your own time working on the module outside the taught
sessions (that’s about 1.2 hours per day)


Questions...



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