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CCNA
Syllabus



Which Counts Towards The Certification:

Cisco
®

Certified Network Associate
(CCNA

)


















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Diagram of Physical Lab Topology


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Chapter 1
: The Cisco Router and Switch Interface

Topics covered:

Cisco IOS

Cisco CLI

Administrative Functions

Configuring Interfaces

Introduction to Cisco Catalyst Switches


Chapter 1: Labs

1.1
. Configuring Administrative Functions on your Routers

In this lab you will
configure your PxR1, PxR2 and PxR3 routers with
adm
inistrative functions (i.e. Hostnames,
Banners, Interface
Descriptions, Passwords, etc)
.

1.2
: Configuring your Router Interfaces

In this lab you will
configure IP addresses on your PxR1, PxR2 and
PxR3 routers
.

1.3
: Configuring your Catalyst Switch

In this
lab you will configure your local pod switch PxS1.

1.4
: Configuring your Core Router and verifying your Internetwork

In this lab you will connect your routers and switches to your pod
partner’s equipment by configuring a core router that connects the
two
pods together. You will configure RIPv2 routing, and then verify
the connectivity by using the p
ing program
.



Chapter 2
: Managing a Cisco Internetwork

Topics covered:

Copying and saving the IOS and configuration

Troubleshooting Cisco networks


Chapter 2:
Labs

2
.1: Copying the Cisco IOS to a TFTP Host

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In this lab

you will copy the IOS from your
PxR3

router to a tftp
server.

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.2: Backing up and restoring the configuration of your routers and switch

In this lab you will copy the configuration from your router
s and your
switch to a tftp host and then restore the files.

2
.3: Using CDP to gather information

In this lab you will use CDP on your PxR2 router to gather
information about the locally connected Cisco devices.

2
.4: Building a Hosts table

In this lab you
will build a hosts table to resolve hosts names.


C
hapter 3
: TCP/IP Addressing and Subnetting

Topics covered:

IP Addressing

Class C Subnetting


Chapter 3: Lab

3
.1: Written Lab: IP addressing and Subnetting

In this lab you will name the subnet, broadcast an
d valid host range of
each IP address/mask listed.


Chapter 4
: IP Routing

Topics covered:

Basic IP routing

Static Routing

RIPv1 and RIPv2

EIGRP

OSPF


Chapter 4: Labs

4
.1: Static Routing and Verification

In this lab you will establish static routes between
your pod and your
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pod partners pod. You will use a default route on your PxR2 router
and static routes on your PxR1 router as well as the backbone router.

4
.2: RIP Routing and Verification

In this lab

you will configure your network with RIPv2 routing.

4
.3
: EIGRP Routing and Verification

In this lab you will configure EIGRP routing on all your routers.

4
.4: OSPF Single Area Configuration and Verification

In this lab you will configure OSPF, single area, on your network.

4
.5: OSPF DR and BDR elections

In thi
s lab you will manipulate the routers that become the DR and
BDR.

4
.6: Written Lab: IP Routing


Chapter 5
: Advanced TCP/IP

Topics covered:

Class C subnetting review

Class B subnetting

VLSM design and implementation

Discontiguous Networks

Summarization


Cha
pter 5 Labs

5
.1: Written Lab: Class B Subnetting

5
.2: Written Lab: Variable Length Subnet Masks

and Summarization


Chapter 6: Security

Topics covered:

Introduction to Security

Standard Access Lists

Extended Access Lists

Named Access Lists

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Chapter 6: Labs

6
.1: Configuri
ng Standard IP Access Lists

In this lab you will restrict your PxR1 router from being able to
access your PxR3 router but still allow route updates from your PxR1
router to communicate with your PxR2 router.

6
.2: Limiting VTY Access

In this l
ab you will stop your pod partner’s PyR3 router from
telneting into your PxR1 router by using the “access
-
class” command.

6
.3: Configuring a Named Extended IP Access List

In this lab

you will create a named extended access
-
list on your PxR2
router that wil
l stop your PxR1 rout
er from telneting into your PxR3

router, but you will still b
e able to ping the router from your PxR
1

router
.


Chapter 7
: Network Address Translation

Topics covered:

Static NAT

Dynamic NAT Pools

Port Address Translation (PAT)


Chapter
7: Labs

7
.1: Configuring Your Routers for NAT

In this lab

you will configure NAT on your PxR1 router to translate
the private IP address of 192.168.2x.3 of your PxR3 router to the
address of 172.16.1x.3 which is on the subnet between your PxR1 and
Core (co
rex
-
y) router.

7
.2: Configuring Dynamic NAT

In this lab you’ll configure a dynamic NAT pool on the PxR1 router.

7
.3: Configuring PAT

In this lab you’ll configure Port Address Translation (PAT) on the
PxR1 router. We will use PAT because we don’t want a on
e
-
to
-
one
translation, but instead we want to just use one IP address for every
user on the network.


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Chapter 8
: Switching

Topics covered:

Virtual LAN’s (VLAN’s)

Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)


Chapter 8: Labs

8
.1: Configuring Trunking, VLANs and VTP

In this
lab

you
will
connect to the Core (Csx
-
y) switch and configure
trunk ports, VLANs and VTP between your switches.

8
.2: Written Lab: Switching


Chapter 9: Wireless LAN’s

Topics covered:

802.11

Basic Service Sets (BSS)


Chapter 9: Lab

9.1: Written Lab: Introdu
ction to Wireless LAN’s


Chapter 10:
Introduction to IPv6

Topics covered:

IPv6 Addressing

Implementing IPv6


Chapter 11
: Cisco WAN Support

Topics covered:

Basic WAN

HDLC

PPP

Frame Relay

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Chapter 11: Labs

11
.1: Configuring PPP

In this lab you will use the P
PP encapsulation method and
authentication between two routers.

11
.2: Configuring Frame Relay

In this lab you will
configure Frame Relay between you and your
partner using the backbone router as a Frame Relay switch.

11
.3: Verifying Frame Relay

In this l
ab you will

issue numerous “show” commands that are useful
in troubleshooting frame relay networks.

11
.4: Written Lab: Frame Relay