Des Moines Area Community College

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Des Moines Area

Community College



Course Information


EFFECTIVE Aug. 2006


Acronym/Number

NET 223



Historical Ref.

ITNA 320




Title



Cisco Networking II






Credit breakout

4

2

4

0

0



(credit

lecture

lab

practicum

work experience)


PRERE
QUISITE(S):

NET 213


COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course is an examination and discussion of industry
-
standard methods for the evaluation of
technology and technology products. Methods of product examination and benchmarking will be
demonstrated.


COURSE COMP
ETENCIES:

During this course, the student will be expected to:


1.

Summarize the OSI model of networking.

1.1

Describe the OSI model layered model functions.

1.2

Describe the five steps of data encapsulation.

1.3

Contrast the TCP/IP model to the OSI model.


2.

Explain LAN d
evices and technologies.

2.1

Identify Ethernet and IEEE 802.3 standards.

2.2

Discuss logical IP addressing.

2.3

Explain network subnetting techniques.


3.

Summarize WAN devices and technologies.

3.1

Identify the WAN standards.

3.2

Explain the function of a router.

3.3

Contrast WANS,

MANS, CANS and LANS.


4.

Summarize a router user interface.

4.1

Describe the various router interfaces.

4.2

Explain the router interface models.

4.3

Describe IOS editing and command usage.


5.

Discuss router configuration.

5.1

List the router components.

5.2

Explain router CLI com
mands.

5.3

Discuss basic network testing techniques.


6.

Describe router software functions.

6.1

Explain router configuration files.

6.2

Discuss router programming.


NET 223


6.3

Identify router config methods.


7.

Identify the basics of the CISCO router IOS.

7.1

Describe configuration regis
try values.

7.2

Explain the use of TFTP.

7.3

Discuss IOS naming and image backup.


8.

Summarize the router functions.

8.1

Describe the TCP/IP and OSI protocols.

8.2

Explain NTCP/IP.

8.3

Explain TCP and VDP.

8.4

Describe how ARP and RARP operate.


9.

Describe IP addressing.

9.1

Explain the
purpose of IP addressing.

9.2

Contrast host versus broadcast addresses.

9.3

Describe IP name
-
server commands.


10.

Discuss routing basics.

10.1

Describe path determination.

10.2

Explain the use of routing protocols.

10.3

Discuss

dynamic routing.

10.4

Explain distance vector routing.

10.5

Expl
ain link state routing.


11.

Summarize the initialization.


11.1

Describe IP router tables.


11.2

Discuss interior versus exterior routing protocols.


11.3

Describe RIP.


11.4

Explain IGRP.


12.

Understand the role of a DNS server in router configurations.


12.1

Identify IP host commands.


12.2

Discuss how to enable DNS on a CISCO router.


13.

Describe the basic networking testing process.


13.1

Explain the basic network testing commands.


13.2

Discuss the use and purpose of the TELNET command.


13.3

List t
he purposes of the PING and TRACE commands.


13.4

Demonstrate the use of the “show interfaces” command.




NET 223


COMPETENCIES REVIEWED AND APPROVED BY:


DATE: ________________________


FACULTY:

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Effective
date:

August, 2005






by:

Drew Gocken






Campus:
A

B C U

N W
OC





extension:

6601






Revision(s)
:

8/02