Cisco, Network Fundamentals, CCNA1

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Cisco,
CCNA1E,
Network Fundamentals, for
NTIETS10
20
11

by Ossi Väänänen and
Vesa
Slotte


General

The Cisco CCNA Exploration curriculum provides a comprehensive overview of networking; from
fundamentals to advanced applications and services. It is based on

a top
-
down approach to
networking that is popular in many colleges and universities. This course emphasizes theoretical
concepts and practical application, while providing opportunities for students to gain the skills and
hands
-
on experience needed to des
ign, install, operate, and maintain networks in small
-
to
-
medium
businesses, as well as enterprise and service provider environments.

CCNA Exploration offers in
-
depth theory, challenging labs, and a detailed overview of protocol
operations. It is designed f
or students with advanced problem
-
solving and analytical skills, such as
degree candidates in engineering, math, or science, or for working professionals who would like to
advance their careers or gain certification. CCNA Exploration was designed to be int
egrated into
technology curricula or continuing education programs at postsecondary institutions such as
technical schools, colleges, and universities.

CCNA1 Exploration, Network Fundamentals

Group

N
TIET
S10


Schedule
:

Lectures
Wednes
days at

1
4
.15
-
1
6
.00
, Laboratory
work
Wednesdays at 8.15 Group
C
, at 10.15 Group B
, at 12.15
Group
A
.




Weekly schedule:

Week 2:

1
2
.1.:

no laboratory work, lecture at 14.15


CCNA1, IP
-
addressing course, Enrolment


Week 3:

no laboratory work, lecture at 14.15

19
.1.:

CCNA1,
IP
-
addressing course, Chapter 1


Week 4:

2
6
.1.:

no laboratory work, lecture at 14.15

Chapter 2,
chapter
exam open:
26
.
1.

-

2
.
2
.


Week 5:

2
.2.:

Laboratory work
starts!

L
aboratory work
on 2
.
2..

Labs
:

1.7.1.(PT Manual), 2.6.1

(
Student
Lab Manual
, SLM
)

Lecture
c
hapter 3, exam open:
2
.
2
.
-

9
.
2
.


Week 6:

9
.2.:

L
aboratory work
on 9
.
2
.
.

Labs
:

2.6.2., 3.5.1.(PT Manual)

Lecture c
hapter 4 and Chapter 5, exams open:
9
.
2
.
-

16
.
2



Week 7:

1
6
.2.:

L
aboratory work
on 16
.
2
.
.

Labs
:

4.5.1., 4.5.2.

Lecture c
hapter 6, exam open:
16
.
2
.
-

2
.
3
.


Hiihtoloma, week 8, no lectures


Week 9:

2
.3.:

L
aboratory work
on
2.3..

Labs
:

5.5.1., 5.5.2., 6.7.1

Lecture c
hapter
s

7

and
8
, exam
s open: 2.3
.


9.3
.


Week 10:

9
.3.
:

L
aboratory work
on 9
.
3
.
.

Labs
:

6.7.5., 7.5.2

and
9.8.1.,
9.8.3.

(min. 2 labs)

Lecture c
hapter
9
,
exam open:
9
.
3
.
-

1
6
.
3
.


Week 11
:

16.3.:

L
aboratory work
on 16
.
3
..

Labs
:

8.4.1.
,
10.6.2

Lecture c
hapter 10 and C
hapter 11, exam
s

open:
16.3.

-

2
3
.
3.
.

Also Practice Final Exam and PT
Practice (SBA) Skills Based Assessment are opened.


Week 12:

23.3.:

Related l
aboratory work
on 23.3..

Labs
:
. 11.5.1., 11.5.2.
,
additional labs: 11.5.4., 11.5.5.

Skills Based PT Final in CiscoLab

(1
st

try)


Week 13:

30.3.:

Skills Based PT Final in CiscoLab

(2
nd

try)
,

Final exam

(1
st

try)


Week 14:

6.4.:

Final exam

(2
nd

try)


Course closed 07
.
04
.201
1


Important links and materials:


Turku
A
cademy Site: local information

http://academy.dc.turkuamk.fi

-
> News, Information, Bookings, On
-
line reading materials,
Laboratory Manuals etc. (common user ID and pw)



Cisco
Academy Connection
: exams etc.

http://cisco.netacad.net

-
> Exams,
Gradebook, International Cisco information (private username
and pw, changeable from the User Profile)


Cisco username

is your identification in Cisco
-
matters:
Do n
ot
use
your name or anything else!

Give always you
username

when e
-
mailing to instructors!


Registering to the Cisco Networking Academy:


Fill the registration form and give it to your instructor!


Then you will be first time registered to Cisco site by the instructor and you will get a welcome e
-
mail from the Academy with temporary Username and Password.


Online reading material:

http://academy.dc.turkuam
k.fi

-
> Onli
ne materials
-
> CCNA Curriculum
-
> CCNA Exploration

Read

always from local site!

(Not from cisco.com)


What do you need?

-

Reading material:

Network Fundamentals Theory,
CCNA 1: Network Fundamentals

-

Manuals:

Downloadable Student Lab Manuals

from academy.dc.turkuamk.fi
:

o

Netw
ork Fundamentals

(12 MB)

o

Packet Tracer Manual for Network Fundamentals (contains
e.g. l
ab 1.7.1) (18 MB)

-

Workbook:

IP Addressing and Subnetting Workbook v1.5

-

Sw:

Packet Tracer 5.
3
: Network
simulation

sw
, download from academy.dc.turkuamk.fi
-
>online materials


In CCNA1 and CCNA2 own finals arranged,
other courses:

Finals:

http://academy.dc.turkuamk.fi

-
> Laboratory bookings

-
> Finals

Thursdays

in class C3041

at 1
2
.
15

sharp, come in good time!


Books:

(Some copies in ICT
-
library)


CCNA1:

Network Fundamentals, CCNA Exploration Companion Guide, 2nd Edition ISBN
-
10:

1
-
58713
-
208
-
7

ISBN
-
13: 978
-
1
-
58713
-
208
-
7


CCNA2:

Routing Protocols and Concepts, CCNA Exploration Companion Guide, 2nd Edition

ISBN
-
10: 1
-
58713
-
206
-
0

ISBN
-
13: 978
-
1
-
58713
-
206
-
3


CCNA3:

LAN Switching and Wireless, CCNA Exploration Companion Guide

ISBN
-
10: 1
-
58713
-
207
-
9; ISBN
-
13: 978
-
1
-
58713
-
207
-
0; Published: Apr 28, 2008;

Copyright 2008; Dimensions 8x9
-
1/4; Pages: 528; Edition: 1st.


CCNA4:

Accessing the WAN, CCNA Exploration Com
panion Guide

ISBN
-
10: 1
-
58713
-
205
-
2; ISBN
-
13: 978
-
1
-
58713
-
205
-
6; Published: Apr 28, 2008;

Copyright 2008; Dimensions 8x9
-
1/4; Pages: 696; Edition: 1st.


IT Essentials:

IT Essentials: PC Hardware and Software Companion Guide, 3rd Edition

ISBN
-
10: 1
-
58713
-
199
-
4; ISBN
-
13: 978
-
1
-
58713
-
199
-
8; Published: Jan 15, 2008;

Copyright 2008; Dimensions 8x9
-
1/4; Pages: 656; Edition: 3rd.


Laboratory
Blue
Book:

You will receive a Laboratory
Blue
Book and all you
r

Labs have to be
marked

on that!

In

CCN
A
1E
minimum 1
4

labs!

Do not lose your
blue
book as it is the only document showing your finished labs.


Required labs:

Look at:
http://academy.dc.turkuamk.fi

and go

to:
list of required labs

FREELAB:
Laboratory open times:

3
-
4

days per
week (
look at laboratory booking
)
:

Open

hour
s
:
between
8.15
-

1
5
.30
depending on day schedule (ex
cluding lunchtime:

11.30
-

12.15
)

Only i
f you cannot do your labs in CCNA1 and 2
according to

weekly schedule times, book
free
lab
time!


Course requirements
,

assessment

and the
gradebook
:

http://academy.dc.turkuamk.fi/cisco
, look at
>

Information sheet for
the final exam session


Grades

(based on
weighted percentage

(totals)
)

for
Cisco Networking Academy
courses: 60
-
67
%

= 1; 68
-
75
%

= 2; 76
-
83
%

= 3; 84
-
91
%

= 4; 92
-
100
%

= 5


Gradebook
:
Includes weights for each exam and labs.

Weights are

marked
for chapter

exams, for
the final exam
,

for the labs

(Custom scores)

and
f
or the Skills Based exam
, totals 100 %. Final
minimum result is 50% and at least 1
4

labs have to be accomplished! All chapter exams have to be
done before the final!



Certificate of Course Com
pletion and Letter

You can ge
t it from your Student Homepage, gradebook.

P
rovide a copy to your Instructor for
signature and stamp
!


Certi
fication tes
ts:

http://www.cisco.com/web/learning/netacad/downloads/pdf/FAQ
VouchersCertifications.pdf


Certification locations:


Test

Center

**
Distance

City

State/Province

Country


Tampereen
Aikuiskoulutuskeskus


88.3


TAMPERE




Finland


LGF


89.4


Espoo




Finland


ProTrain IT Oy (CALL
SITE TO REGISTER)


89.4


Espoo




Finland


ICSL


92.3


Helsinki




Finland


Tieturi


93.1


Helsinki




Finland