AFSPC Cisco Routing objectives are to meet the requirements AFJQS for 3C0X1 and 3C0X2

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AFSPC
C
isco Routing

objectives are to meet the requirements AFJQS for
3
C
0X1

and 3C0X2


AFSPC
C
isco Routing



Course length
:


4

days

Credits:

3

Prerequisites
:


AFSPC Network+

or equivalent


Objectives:

Module 1: Networking Models


Modular Design


The OSI Mo
del


Peer Layer Communication


Protocol Data Units


Application Layer (Layer 7)


Presentation Layer (Layer 6)


Session Layer (Layer 5)


Transport Layer (Layer 4)


Network Layer (Layer 3)


Data link Layer (Layer 2)


Data Link Layer: Sub
-
Layers



Logical Li
nk Control



Media Access Control


Physical Layer (Layer 1)


The 4
-
Layer TCP/IP Model


Cisco
Hierarchical Network design Model



Summary

Module 2: Networking Essentials


LANs and WANs


Basic Network Equipment


Network Transmission Methods


Network Cabling


Media Access Methods


Network Topologies


Ethernet Media Access


Physical Ethernet Standards


Ethernet Performance


Summary

Module 3: Introduction to Switching


Switching Reviewed


Cisco Switching Methods


Spanning Tree Protocol


Designated Port


Converge
nce


Virtual
LANs

(VLANS)


Configuring a Cisco 1900 Switch


Summary

Module 4: TCP/IP and IPX/SPX


Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)


TCP/IP and the OSI Model


The Network Layer


Internet Protocol


Address Resolution Protocol


Interne
t Control Message Protocol


The Transport Layer


TCP


TCP and Port Numbers


TCP Header


User Datagram Protocol


UDP and Port Numbers


The Application Layer


Summary

Module 5: IP Addresses and Subnetting


IP addressing Basics


Binary to Decimal Conversions


Classful IP Addressing


IP Addressing Rules


Subnet Masks


Private IP Addresses


Subnetting


Defining Custom Subnet Masks


Defining Ranges of IP Addresses


Determining Local and Remote Hosts


Classless IP Addressing


Summary


Module 6: Cisco Router Hardwa
re and Software


Router Externals


Ethernet Ports


Serial Ports


Console Port


Auxiliary Port


LEDs and Power


Router Internals



Flash Memory


RAM


ROM


NVRAM


Cisco IOS Versions


Summary

Module 7: Cisco Router Configuration


Cisco Router Boot Process


Sy
stem Configuration Dialog


Logging In and Logging Out


Configurations Files


IOS Shortcuts


Terminal History


Getting Help


Configuration Modes


Global Configuration Mode


Interface Configuration


Line Configuration


Routing Protocol Configuration


Passwor
d Configuration


Assigning Enable Passwords


Assigning Console, Auxiliary, and Virtual Terminal Passwords


Encrypting Passwords


Banners


Configuring Interfaces


Interface Bandwidth


Show Interface


Hostnames


Backup and Restore


Backing Up and Restoring C
onfiguration Files


Backing Up and restoring the Cisco IOS


Telnet and HTTP


Diagnostic Utilities


Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)


Summary

Module 8: Routing Protocols


Introduction to Routing


Routed and routing Protocols


Routed Network


A simple Example


Routed Network


A More Complex Example


Static Routing


Dynamic Routing


Distance Vector Routing Protocols


Multiple Paths


Routing Loops


Avoiding Routing Loops


Link State Protocols


Hybrid Protocols


Routing Information Protocol (RIP)


Configuring RI
P


Monitoring RIP


Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (IGRP)


Configuring IGRP


Monitoring IGRP


Default Routing


Summary

Module 9: Access Lists


Introduction to Access Lists


Access List Evaluation Rules


Access List Types


Applying Access Lists to Interfa
ces


Standard IP Access Lists


Wildcard Masks


Extended IP Access Lists


Summary

Module 10: Troubleshooting Cisco Routers


Cisco Router Boot Process


ROM Monitor Mode


The Boot Image


Boot Options


Understanding Configuration registers


Changing Configurat
ion Register Settings


Password Recovery


Restoring a Missing or Corrupt IOS Image


Summary

Module 11: Wide Area Networks


Introduction to WAN Technologies


WAN Technologies and the OSI Model


WAN Connectivity


Point
-
to
-
Point Links (Leased Lines)


Circuit
Switching


Packet Switching


WAN Equipment


Carrier Line Systems and Speeds


High Level Data Link Control Protocol (HDLC)


Point
-
to
-
Point Protocol (PPP)


PPP Configuration


PPP Authentication


Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN)


ISDN Equipment Stan
dards


ISDN Reference Points


ISDN Protocols and Standards


ISDN Services


BRI ISDN


PRI ISDN


ISDN and the OSI Model


Configuring ISDN


Configuring ISDN Demand
-
Dial Routing (DDR)


Monitoring ISDN


Frame Relay


Frame Relay Equipment


Frame Relay


Committe
d Information Rate (CIR)


Fame Relay


Data Link Connection Identifiers (DLCIs)


Frame Relay


Encapsulation


Frame Relay
-

Local Management Interface (LMI)


Frame Relay


Interfaces and Connections


Frame Relay


Congestion management


Frame Relay Communi
cations


Frame Relay Configuration


Monitoring Frame Relay


Summary

Module 12: Cisco Catalyst Switch Configuration


Initial Connection and Configuration


Configuring Switch Passwords


IP Address Configuration


Viewing and Saving Configuration Settings


Con
figuring Switch Methods


Configuring Switch Ports


MAC Address Table and Security Settings


Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)


Configuring VLANs


Configuring ISL Trunk Links


Routing Between VLANs


Enabling and Configuring VTP


Configuring Spanning Tree Proto
col Costs


Backup and Restore


Summary