COCONINO COMMUNITY COLLEGE COURSE OUTLINE

bonkburpsNetworking and Communications

Oct 23, 2013 (3 years and 9 months ago)

67 views


COCONINO COMMUNITY COLLEGE


COURSE OUTLINE


Prepared by : Bill Branch, Dave Bowmen





October, 03, 2001

Reviewed by: Bill Branch, Dave Bowman





Fall 2009

Revised by: Dave Bowman






Spring 2012


A.

Identification
:


1.

Subject Area:


Comp
uter Information Systems


2.

Course Number:


CIS 160







3.

Course Title:


Cisco Networking Academy Semester 3


4.

Credit Hrs:


4



5.

Catalog Description:

The Cisco Networking Academy Program consists of four semesters. The program is designed to teac
h
students the skills they will need to design, build, and maintain small to medium size networks. This provides
them with the opportunity to enter the workforce and/or further their education and training in the computer
networking field. Prerequisite:
*
C
IS 150

or consent of instructor.

Four Lecture.


B
.

Course Goals:


To build on previous knowledge from Cisco Networking Academy Semesters 1 and 2. This will allow
students to go beyond installing and understanding data cable networks to working with netwo
rking
devices on a more detailed yet basic level. Skills include understanding and configuring routers and
switches for small to medium networks.


C
.

Course Outcomes:


Students will:


1.

Describe the OSI Reference Model and the Problems It Solves

2.

Describe the

Physical Layer of the OSI Reference Model

3.

Describe the Data Link Layer of the OSI Reference Model

4.

Classify Routing and the Different Classes of Routing Protocols

5.

Describe t
he Transport Layer of the OSI Reference Model

6.

Identify the Various LAN Communicatio
n Problems

7.

Classify Full
-
Duplex Transmitting, the Ethernet Standard, and LAN Segmentation

8.

Identify the Switching and VLANs

9.

Describe the Spanning
-
Tree Protocol

10.

Practice VLANs

11.

Practice Segmentation with Switching Architecture

12.

Practice VLAN Implementation

13.

Des
cribe the Benefits of VLANs

14.

Identify the LAN Network Design Goals and Components

15.

Practice Network Design Methodology

16.

Sketch Layer 1 Design

17.

Sketch Layer 2 Design

18.

Sketch Layer 3 Design

19.

Describe the Network Layer Basics

20.

Classify Routed and Routing Protocols

21.

I
dentify the IP Routing Protocols

22.

Practice IGRP Operation

23.

Practice Access Control Lists (ACLs)

24.

Describe the ACL Configuration Tasks

25.

Identify the Standard ACLs

26.

Identify the Extended ACLs

27.

Identify the Named ACLs

28.

Practice Using ACLs with Protocols

29.

Practice Pla
cing ACLs

30.

Practice Verifying ACLs

31.

Describe the Cisco Routers in Netware Networks

32.

Identify Novell Encapsulation

33.

Identify Novell Routing

34.

Identify Novell IPX Configuration

35.

Classify Monitoring and Managing an IPX Network

36.

Practice Network Documentation

37.

Practice

Network Security

38.

Define Planning Structured Cabling: Identifying Potential Wiring Closets

39.

Identify the Network Performance

40.

Practice Server Administration

41.

Practice Network Troubleshooting


D.

Course Outcomes Assessment:


Assessment will include:

1.

Web Final
Exam covering material from the entire semester

2.

Final Practical Exam (using routers and switches)


E
.

Course Content:



Will include:


1.


2.


3.

-
to
-
peer communication

4.


5.


6.


7.

g hosts, routers, and other devices

8.


9.


10.


11.


12.

th and host information

13.


14.


15.


16.

-
media environment

17.


18.


19.


20.


21.


routers use to perform their basic functions

22.


23.


24.

-
vector routing

25.

-
state routing

26.

-
vector and link
-
state routing

27.


28.


29.

ed LAN
-
media environment

30.


31.

-
way handshake

32.


33.


34.


35.


36.

.3 networks

37.

-
duplex Ethernet

38.


39.


40.


41.


42.

-
duplex Ethernet

43.


44.


45.

egmentation with routers

46.


47.


48.


49.


50.


51.


52.

f LAN switching

53.


54.


55.


56.


57.

-
Tree Protocol

58.

-
Tree Protocol states

59.


60.

Grouping geographically separate users into networkwide virtual topologies

61.


62.


63.


64.


65.

ship between ports, VLANs, and broadcasts

66.

-
centric VLANs make an administrator's job easier

67.


68.


69.


70.


71.

twork security

72.


73.


74.


75.


76.


77.


78.


segmentation

79.


80.


81.


82.


83.

m type, and maximum length

84.

-
based Ethernet cable run from the workstation to the HCC, including

85.

distances

86.


87.


88.


89.

devices and their impact on network domains

90.


91.


92.


93.


94.

ramming hub placement in a standards
-
based extended star topology

95.


96.


97.


98.


99.


100.

-
based LAN that uses routers

101.


102.


103.


104.


105.


106.


107.


108.


109.


110.


111.


112.

ic routing

113.


114.


115.


116.


117.

r

118.


119.


120.


121.


122.


123.


124.


125.

hing process

126.


127.


128.


129.


130.


131.


132.


133.


134.


135.


136.


137.


138.


139.

g an ACL for denying FTP on an Ethernet interface

140.


141.


142.


143.


144.


145.

Rule: "Putting the ACL as close as possible to the source of the traffic denied"

146.


147.


148.


149.


150.

PX features

151.


152.


153.


154.


155.


156.


157.


158.

ation Tasks

159.


160.


161.


162.

valid IOS command sequence to monitor IPX routing tables

163.


164.


165.

that command

166.

alid IOS command for troubleshooting IPX routing

167.


168.


169.


170.


171.


172.


configuration details

173.


174.


175.


176.


177.


178.


179.


180.


181.


182.


183.


184.


185.


186.

-
to
-
peer

187.

-
server

188.


189.


190.





*Course has additional pre or co requisite(s)