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Racing to Future

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Cisco Certified Network Associate



CoachFactory Code : CFNET-A01
Cisco Code : 640-802
Objectives:
In this course students will learn the basics of networking and be able to understand how
different network topologies work together to form a network. The students will understand
the concepts like routing and switching - configuring, verifying and troubleshooting different
protocols (e.g. IP, EIGRP, RIP, OSPF, VLANs, STP) - OSI and TCP/IP models, IP addressing,
subnetting, VLSM, CIDR, supernetting - also get exposure to Serial Interface, Ethernet, LAN,
VLANs, Trunking, NAT, PAT Access Lists and Cisco IOS. Students will get an opportunity to
work on the live routers and simulators for hands on exposure, during Lab sessions.

Audience:
Anyone who is interested to pursue a career in Computer Networking.

Particulars:
Training Method : Live Virtual Training
Duration : 70 Hours (60 hrs classes and + 10 hrs fo r Labs)
Timings : Mon-Fri (9am-11am EST or 6pm-9pm EST)
Or Weekends (9am-5pm EST)
Related Courses : Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP)

www.coachfactory.net | 732.400.2805
| info@coachfactory.net

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www.coachfactory.net | 732.400.2805
| info@coachfactory.net

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