CIS2426 Cisco Accessing the WAN

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CIS2426

Cisco
Accessing the
W
AN



Instructor


Ken Wagner

Title


Adjunct Instructor

Home

Phone


937.602.0421

Office

Phone


513.932.5677 x
-
5557

Phone

Hours


After 3:00 p.m.

E
-
mail


ken.wagner@mywccc.org

Homepage


http://cisnet.mywccc.org

Location


WCCC South Campus Kings Mill, OH

Times


5:30

p.m.
-
6
:
45

p.m.

Start

Date


8/27
/2012

Course

Credits


3

semester

hours

Course Description

Section
4

of the Cisco Exploration curriculum,
Accessing the WAN
.

Course Objectives

Students l
earn
how
about the technologies, protocols and methodologies of WAN services
.
They
c
onfigur
e

the
router
s

s
o the
connected
devices are secure and operate in the

same

manner as
WAN service providers
.
They also learn basics of configuration, security, and installation of
wireless access in a
W
AN.
The class uses Packet Tracer and Cisco Lab hardware to practice the
different confi
gurations.

Class
Schedule

Mondays

and

Wednesdays

from 5
:
3
0 p.m. through
6
:
45

p.m.

August 27, 2012 through December
12, 2012

Course Prerequisites

Successful completion of CIS 241
,

CIS242

and CIS243
.

Course Links

Course material can be accessed on
-
line through
http:
//
cisnet.mywccc.org. On the home page
under student links the first link is for Cisco login page. The second link is student access to
MSDNAA for free downloads of Microsoft software (see ANGEL for stude
nt username/
password info.) The
twelf
th link down is our curriculum for this course, CCNA Exploration
Course
4
.
In t
he fifth link, Tools for Student Curriculum, you can find Packet Tracer and other
software that can be used with this and other Cisco cours
es.


Grading Policy

Cisco module tests account for 40% of the grade, classroom participation and homework
accounts for 25%, Packet Tracer final accounts for 10% and the Cisco final accounts for 25% of
the final grade. In addition the student must achieve a

70% or higher on the Cisco final to get the
completion certificate from Cisco.

Attendance Policy

Attendance is expected at each class session. Students are responsible to complete any
homework assignment for missed classes and will receive a 0 for class p
articipation.

Exam Policy

Generally class will complete
one
module

in 3
-
4 class sessions

and module test
s

will take place
following completion of the module lecture. Each module will be followed by a hands
-
on lab to
be completed in class and a Packet Trace
r activity due the Monday following the module test.
There are 8

module tests. At the end of the quarter students will be allowed to retake up to 2
module exams. However, the grade achieved on the retake will be the one recorded.

As time
allows, two or t
hree class sessions preceding the final will consist of CCNA test preparation and
the testing center will be available after the last class session to accommodate any student who
desires to attempt to attain the CCNA Certification.