soggychickNetworking and Communications

Jul 13, 2012 (6 years and 9 months ago)


Cisco certification ensures high standards of technical expertise. You will develop a complete
understanding of Wide Area Networking and how different network topologies work together to form a
network. This is beneficial to every networking job and is the reason Cisco certification is in such high
demand, even at companies with few Cisco devices. Achieving Cisco certification at any level means
joining the ranks of skilled network professionals who have earned recognition and respect in the
industry. The CCNA certification is the first in the new line of Cisco certifications and is a precursor to all
current Cisco certifications.

Audience: Those who are taking first steps into WAN Admin and want to learn how to administer Cisco
Routers and Switches.
Prerequisite: Working knowledge of Local Area Network
Duration of the course: 1 Month (2hrs/Day)
Course Fee: US $ 500 (Inclusive of Course Manuals)
Key Benefits: By the end of the course, students will be able to Plan IP Addressing, Install and configure
Cisco Router in an Internetwork, secure Network by access‐list and Manage Virtual LAN & WAN etc.

Course Contents:
Layered models
• OSI Reference Model
• Application Layer, Presentation Layer
• Session Layer, Transport Layer
• Network Layer. Data link Layer, Physical Layer
• Cisco Three‐Layer Model

• Introduction to TCP/IP
• Transport Layer Protocols (TCP, UDP)
• Internet Layer Protocols (IP, ICMP, ARP)

IP Addressing
• IP Addressing Classes
• Subnet Masks and Subnetting
• Complex Subnet & Supernetting
• Determining Broadcast & Network Address
• Variable Length Subnet Mask

Configuring a Router
• Starting up with a Router and Switch
• Booting a Router and setup mode
• The command‐line Interface
• Passwords and Line Console Commands
• Interface Configuration setting
• Verifying & Debugging the Configuration

Building a Network
• Configuring a Router and Switch
• Verifying Configuration and Duplex Settings
• Continued Router Configuration
• Continued Switch Configuration

Managing CISCO in an Internetwork
• Backing up and restoring startup configuration and IOS
• Booting IOS from TFTP Server
• Cisco Discovery Protocol
• Ping and Trace
• Understanding configuration register
• Recovering the password

IP Routing
• Routing Basics
• Managing static and Dynamic Routes
• Configuring static IP Routing
• Configuring Dynamic IP routing using RIP, IGRP
• Classless and Class full Routing
• Managing and configuring OSPF & EIGRP
• Avoiding Routing loops using split horizon,
• Route poisoning

• Bridging versus switching
• Working concept of Switch
• Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
• LAN Switch Types

Virtual LANs
• VLAN membership
• VLAN Configuration and VTP
• Assigning Ports
• ISL Routing and Frame tagging
• Perform LAN and VLAN troubleshooting

Access Lists
• Access Lists Commands
• Standard IP Access List
• Wildcard Cards Implementing an Access List
• Extended Access Lists
• IPX access Lists
• Securing a Network Site with Access List

• WAN Connection Types
• ISDN, X.25, Leased line and Frame‐Relay
• Connection protocols
• Dial ‐on‐Demand Routing
• Frame Relay configuration
• Sub interfaces in Frame‐Relay
• Troubleshooting and Debugging Tools