MASTER COURSE OUTLINE DEPT: CS NO: 158 Date: February 23, 2012 COURSE TITLE: Cisco Networking 2: Part I

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MASTER COURSE OUTLINE






DEPT:


CS

Big Bend Community College






NO:

158


Date:
February 23, 2012







COURSE TITLE:
Cisco Networking
2
: Part I


CIP Code:


11.
0901



CREDITS:



5

Intent Code:


21



T
otal Contact Hours Per Qtr:

77

Program Code:


527



Lecture Hours Per Qtr:


33







Lab Hours Per Qtr:


44

Distribution Desig.:

General Elective















PREPARED BY:

Mary Shannon


COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course focuses on providing the skills and knowledge necessary to install,
operate, and troubleshoot a small to medium
-
size
enterprise
network

and implement

network
security
, including configuring
and using Cisco catalyst switches and Cisco routers that are connected
in LANs and WANs typically found at medium
-
sized network
sites
.

This is the first of two courses
comprising the Cisco ICND2 Part 2 training and covers the technical knowledge and skill
s required in
for

students

to take the
Cisco CCNA Exam 640
-
802 and I
CN
D
2

Exam 640
-
816.


PREREQUISITE(S):

CS 157


TEXT:

Textbook that meets course objectives; to be determined by instructor and division chair.

Recommended:

Introducing Routing and
Switching in the Enterprise, CCNA Discovery learning Guide
,

Reid

and Lorenz,
Cisco Press
, current version



Optional Text:

Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices, Part 2 (ICND2): (CCNA Exam 640
-
802 and ICND
exam 640
-
816)
, McQuery, 3
rd

edition
, or current
version


COURSE GOALS:


Upon completing the course student will be able to configure, verify, and troubleshoot the various Cisco
networking devices in a small network environment.


COURSE OBJECTIVES:


Upon completing this course, students will be able to
meet these overall objectives:


1.


Review how to configure and troubleshoot a small network

2.

Expand the switch network from a small LAN to a medium
-
sized LAN with multiple switches,
supporting VLANs, trunking, and spanning tree

3.

Describe routing concepts as th
ey apply to a medium
-
sized network and discuss considerations
when implementing routing on the network

4.

Configure, verify, and troubleshoot OSPF

5.

Configure, verify, and troubleshoot EIGRP

6.

Determine how to apply ACLs based on network requirements, and to conf
igure, verify, and
troubleshoot ACLs on a medium
-
sized network

7.

Describe when to use NAT or PAT on a medium
-
sized network and configure NAT or PAT on
routers

8.

Identify and implement the appropriate WAN technology based on network requirements

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COURSE CONTENT

OUTLINE:


I.

Networking in the Enterprise

A.

Describing the
enterprise network

B.

Identifying
enterprise applications

C.

Supporting
remote workers

II.

Exploring the Enterprise Network Infrastructure

A.

Describing the
current network

B.

Supporting the
enterprise

edge

C.

Reviewing
routing and switching

III.
Switching in an Enterprise Network

A.

Describing
enterprise level switching

B.

Preventing
switching loops

C.

Configuring VLANs

D.

Trunking and inter
-
VLAN
routing

E.

Maintaining VLANs on an
enterprise
LAN

IV.

Addressing

in an Enterprise Network

A.

Using a
hierarchical
IP
network address scheme

B.

Using VLSM

C.

Using
classless routing and
CIDR

D.

Using NAT and PAT

V.

Routing with a Distance Vector Protocol

in an Enterprise Network

A.

Managing
enterprise networks

B.

Routing
using
the RIP
protocol

C.

Routing
using
the EIGRP
protocol

D.

Implementing EIGRP

VI.

Routing with a Link
-
State Protocol

A.

Routing
using
the OSPF
protocol

B.

Implementing
single
-
area
OSPF

C.

Using
multiple routing protocols

VI. Implementing Enterprise WAN Links

A.

Connecting
the E
nterpr
ise WAN

B.

Comparing
common
WAN
encapsulations

C.

Using
frame relay

VIII.

Filtering Traffic Using Access Control Lists

A.
Using
access control lists

B.

Using a
wildcard m
ask

C.

Configuring
access control lists

D.

Permitting and
denying specific types of
traffic

E.

Filtering
traffic using access control lists

IX.
Troubleshooting an Enterprise Network

A.

Understanding the
impact of network failure

B.

Troubleshooting
switching and connectiv
ity
issues

C.

Troubleshooting
routing issues

D.

Troubleshooting WAN
configurations

X.

Course Summary




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EVALUATION METHODS/GRADING PROCEDURES:



Quizzes and tests




3
0%


Exercises and labs




60
%


Hands
-
on application of course content

10
%



% of Competencies Mastered





GRADE



90


100%





3.5
-

4.0


80


89%





2.5

-

3.4


70


79%





1.5
-

2.4


60


69%






.7
-

1.4




PLANNED TEACHING METHODS/LEARNING STRATEGIES:



x

Lecture



X


Small Group Discussion



x

Special Project


x

Laboratory



x

Audiovisual





x


Other
(Online Learning Packets)



Supervised Clinical


x

Individualized Instruction












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Division Chair Approval