Computer Lab Policies

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Sullivan University

2355 Harrodsburg Road

Lexington, KY 40503

(859)276
-
4357

Course

CNP330, CNP332

(
Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)
)

Prerequisite: MNE108

Quarter: Spring 2009

Day/Time: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday (6:00
-

9:40)

Instructor: Kevin Gal
us, John Koenig

E
-
Mail:
kgalus@sullivan.edu

E
-
Mail:
jkoenig@sullivan.edu

Curriculum

C
CNA Self
-
Study CCNA INTRO/ICND

Cisco

Press: ISBN#
1
-
58705
-
464
-
7

Certification Exam(s)

64
0
-
802 (CCNA) or 640
-
822 (ICND1) and 640
-
816 (ICND2)


Training Schedule

Week 1


Network Fu
ndamentals (OSI/LAN) [ICND1 Ch.2, 3, 4
]



TCP/IP and OSI Models



Fundamentals of LANs



Fundamentals of WANs


Week 2


Network Fundamentals (WAN/IP A
ddressing/ Transport)
[ICND1 Ch
5, 6]



Fundamentals of IP Addressing and Routing



TCP/IP Transport/Applications/Security


Week 3


LAN Switching [ICND1 Ch7, 8, 9, 10, 11}



Ethernet LAN Switching Concepts



Operating Cisco LAN Switches



Ethernet Switch Configuration



Wireless LANs


Week

4


LAN Switching
[ICND1 Ch. 10, 11]



Ethernet Switch Troubleshooting



Wireless LANS


Week 5


LAN Switching [ICND2 Ch1, 2, 3]



Virtual LANs



Spanning Tree Protocol



Troubleshooting LAN Switching


Week 6
-

Subnetting [ICND1 Ch 12
]

[Video]



IP Addressing and Sub
netting

*Midterm Exam


Week7
-

IP Routing [ICND1, Ch. 13, 14, 15]



Operating Cisco Routers



Routing Protocol Concepts and Configuration



Troubleshooting IP Routing


Week 8


IP Routing [ICND2 Ch.4, 5, 6, 7]



IP Routing


Static and Connected Routes



VLSM and Ro
ute Summarization



IP Access Controls Lists (ACL)


Week 9


Routing Protocols [ICND2 Ch. 8, 9, 10, 11]



Routing Protocol Theory



OSPF



EIGRP



Troubleshooting Routing Protocols


Week 10


Wide Area Networks [ICND2 Ch.12, 13, 14, 15]



Point
-
to
-
Point WANs



Frame Rel
ay Concepts



Frame Relay Configuration and Troubleshooting



Virtual Private Networks


Week 11
-

Scaling the IP address Space [ICND2 Ch.16, 17]



Network Address Translations



IP Version 6

*Final Exam

Lab Access

Lab IP Address (Internal)


192.168.210.x (x=49+pod

number, ex: pod 1 = .50)

Lab IP Address (Remote Access)


216.26.142.1x (x=pod number)

Note


Remote access to lab equipment is subject to availability


Grading


25% Midterm Exam

25% Final Exam

25% Lab

25% Participation



Attendance

Students are expected
to attend all classes and are responsible for all material covered. Class
attendance will be taken at the beginning and end of each class. If a student is absent, it is the
student’s responsibility to make up missed exams. Exams/papers/projects must be ma
de up
within one week of the scheduled due date. All make up exams/papers/projects will incur a
10% (letter grade) penalty. Students cannot take more than one make
-
up exam per quarter.

Computer Lab Policies



No food or drinks (except bottled water with lid)

are allowed in the classroom



Clean up your work area before you leave



Place your chair under the desk before you leave

Note

If you need course adaptations or accommodations because of a disability, have emergency
medical information, or need special ar
rangements in case the building must be evacuated,
please make an appointment with the Department Chairperson within the first week of the
quarter.

Syllabus subject to change by instructor





Rev.
March 2009