CiscoAuthorized ICND 2.2 (640-811)

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Cisco
®
Authorized ICND 2.2
(640-811)
LearnKey delivers authorized Cisco® training as a Sponsored Organization of Tech 2000,a Cisco Learning
Solutions Partner.
Cisco
®
Authorized ICND 2.2
(640-811)
6 Sessions –
18 Hours of Interactive Training
Cisco® ICND 2.2 training from LearnKey
is a self -paced course that helps CCNA®
candidates pursuing a two exam
certification option prepare for the
Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices
exam.Expert instructor Michael Storm
shows you how to install,configure,and
operate LAN,WAN and dial access
services for small networks.LearnKey
delivers Cisco® authorized training as a
sponsored organization of Tech 2000,a
Cisco® Learning Solutions Partner,and
courses meet or exceed all exam
objectives.At the conclusion of this
course,candidates will be prepared to
pass Cisco® certification exam 640-811
ICND.
Prerequisites:Completion of Cisco® exam
640-821 INTRO recommended.
Benefits
 Getting that CCNA®credential means
higher salary and better opportunity for
advancement.

Gain confidence in your abilities and a
sure way to demonstrate your value to
potential employers and clients.
 LearnKey courses have a proven first
time exam pass rate for certification
candidates.
About The Author
For the past 16 years,
Michael Storm
has managed the design,security and
implementation of enterprise networks for
Fortune 100 companies around the globe.
As the founder of Brainstorm International,
Inc.,Storm specializes in InfoSec Security
and Internetwork Solutions Architectures.
He is currently the Director of Network
Engineering and Security Officer for
Interface Technical Training of Phoenix,
AZ and creator of the Immersion Learning
System™,used by countless Cisco® and
Microsoft Professionals for achieving
technical mastery.Storm holds many IT
certifications,including the Cisco®CCIE®
Security,CCNP®,CCSP™,CCDP®,
NSA/CNSS CISSP,MCSE and MCT.
Session 1
Section A:Introduction
∙ Course Overviews
∙ IP Routing
∙ LAN Objectives
∙ Security/WAN Objectives
∙ Prerequisites
∙ Lab Environment
Section B:Basic Configuration
∙ Central Office Router
∙ Login
∙ Ethernet Interfaces
∙ Serial Interfaces
∙ Serial IP Addressing
∙ Verify Connectivity
∙ Verify Interfaces
∙ hostname/IP Mapping
Section C:Basic Router
Function
∙ LAN Segments
∙ IP Addressing
∙ Router Process
∙ Route Table
∙ Routing Process
∙ Switching Process
∙ Route Determination
Section D:Cisco® Routers
∙ Router Families
∙ 12000 GSR
∙ 7500 Series
∙ 7500 Series
∙ 4000 Series
∙ 5000 AS Series
∙ 3600/3700 Series
∙ 2600/2500 Series
Section E:Router Maintenance
∙ Password Recovery
∙ Set New Password
∙ Identify Proper Procedure
∙ Change Register Value
∙ Revert to Saved Config
∙ Finalize Recovery
∙ 2500 Password Recovery
Section F:IOS®Upgrade
∙ Process
∙ Show Version
∙ Copy New Image
∙ Replace Flash
∙ Verify File Copy
∙ Reload Router
∙ Verify Configuration
Session 2
Section A:Routing
Considerations
∙ Route Determination
∙ Known Routes
∙ Routing Table
∙ Table Data
∙ Static Routing
∙ Dynamic Routing
∙ Administrative Distance
Section B:Static Routing
∙ Implementation
∙ Show IP Route
∙ Create Static Route
∙ Static Route Limits
∙ Troubleshoot Interface
∙ Return Traffic Issues
∙ Additional Routes
∙ Gateway of Last Resort
Section C:Dynamic Routing
∙ Distance Vector Protocol
∙ Link State Protocols
∙ Protocol Selection
∙ Routing-by-Rumor
∙ Distance Vector Loops
∙ Looping Prevention
∙ Split Horizon
∙ Route Poisoning
Section D:RIP Protocol
∙ Characteristic
∙ Router Determination
∙ Enable RIP
∙ Holding Down Updates
∙ Adding/Verify RIP
∙ Verify IP Routing
∙ Show Commands
∙ Classful Boundary
Section E:Troubleshooting
RIP
∙ Traffic Collection
∙ debug ip rip
∙ turn off debug
∙ View debug output
Section F:IGRP Protocol
∙ Characteristics
∙ IGRP Metric
∙ Metric Calculation
∙ Enable IGRP
∙ Holding Down
∙ Configure IGRP
∙ IGRP Convergence
∙ Debug IGRP
Session 3
Section A:(E)IGRP Protocol
∙ Characteristics
∙ DV & LS Features
∙ Enable (E)IGRP
∙ Holding Down (E)IGRP
∙ Troubleshooting
Section B:Configure (E)IGRP
∙ Implement (E)IGRP
∙ Add (E)IGRP
∙ Show (e)igrp neighbors
∙ Modify Remote Routers
∙ Remove Protocols
∙ Modify Branch Router
∙ Verify
∙ sh ip eigrp topology
Section C:(E)IGRP
Optimization
∙ Redundant Routes
∙ Load Balancing
∙ Metric Adjustment
∙ Verify Link Speed
∙ Link Failure
∙ Convergence
Section D:OSPF Protocol
∙ Characteristics
∙ Terminology
∙ Implementing Areas
∙ Link State Database
∙ Area Broader Routers
∙ OSPF Metric
∙ Dijkstra Tree
∙ Configure/Verify
Section E:LAN Segmentation
∙ Network Congestion
∙ Broadcasts/Multicasts
∙ Protocol/Service Updates
∙ Limit Broadcasts
∙ Reduce Collisions
∙ LAN Optimization
Section F:LAN Devices
∙ Layer 2 Switching
∙ MAC Address Table
∙ Layer 3 Routing
∙ Layer 3 Switching
∙ Multi-Layer Switching
Section G:Switch
Configuration
∙ Catalyst LAN Switches
∙ Hostname/Password
∙ Remote Access
∙ Ethernet Ports
∙ Port Description
∙ Port Speed Module
Cisco
®
Authorized ICND 2.2 (640-811) continued
Session 4
Section A:Configure Switch
∙ Basic Configuration
∙ Configure Remote Access
∙ Verify Access
∙ Configure Ports
Section B:Campus Networks
∙ Traffic Models
∙ 80/20 Rule
∙ 20/80 Rule
∙ Hierarchical Model
∙ Blocks
∙ Collapsed Core
∙ Switching Modes
Section C:Spanning Tree
∙ Bridging Loops
∙ STP Process
∙ BPDUs
∙ Root Bridge Elections
∙ Election Process
∙ Loop-Free Decision
∙ STP Path Cost
∙ Root Port Selection
Section D:STP in the Campus
∙ Campus Design
∙ STP Implementation
∙ Set Root Switch
∙ Optimized Spanning Tree
∙ Identify STP
∙ Modify Root Bridge
∙ Identify Port Selection
∙ SPT Recovery
Section E:VLANs
∙ VLAN Usage
∙ Segmentation
∙ Router Gateway
∙ Router Options
∙ Integrated Router
∙ VLAN Campus Design
Section F:VLAN Requirement
∙ Prerequisites
∙ VTP
∙ VTP Modes
∙ VTP Pruning
∙ Configuring VTP
∙ Create VTP
∙ Create VLAN
Section G:Configuring VLAN
∙ View VLANs
∙ Create VLAN
∙ Enable Trunk
∙ Configure VTP Domain
∙ Configure Port
Session 5
Section A:TCP/IP
∙ Architecture
∙ Mapping to OSI
∙ TCP/IP Conversations
∙ MAC Address/ARP
∙ Data Encapsulation
∙ Data Un-encapsulation
Section B:IP Addressing
∙ IP Addressing Classes
∙ Subnet Mask
∙ Address Scheme
∙ Reserved Addresses
∙ Other Reserved
Section C:Subnetting
∙ Design Requirements
∙ Subnetting Example
∙ Classful Subnetting
∙ Subnet Calculator
∙ Determine Scheme
∙ Subnet Class B
∙ Mask Subnet
∙ Block Valve
Section D:Advanced IP
Addressing
∙ Submask Representation
∙ Reverse Engineering
∙ Implementing VLSM
∙ Classful vs.Classless
∙ Non VLSM
∙ VLSMProcess
∙ VLSMResults
Section E:Access Lists
∙ ACL Implementation
∙ ACL Processing
∙ ACL List Rules
∙ IP Access List
∙ Standard IP ACL
∙ Wildcard Mask
∙ Assigning ACL
Section F:IP Standard ACL
∙ Assign ACL to Interface
∙ Create Deny ACL
∙ Assign ACL
∙ Verify/Troubleshoot ACL
∙ Modify ACL
∙ Verify Outbound ACL
Session 6
Section A:Extended IP ACLs
∙ Command Syntax
∙ Deny
∙ Permit
∙ Deny FTP
∙ Assigning ACL
∙ Monitoring ACL
∙ ACL Configuration
Section B:Configure ACL
∙ Verify Access
∙ Create Access List
∙ Deny Web Access
∙ Assign ACL
∙ Verify ACL
Section C:WAN-PPP
∙ Connection Types
∙ Point-to-Point Serial
∙ PPP Architecture
∙ Enabling PPP
∙ Change Protocol
∙ Configure Authentication
∙ Verify Authentication
Section D:WAN-Frame Relay
∙ Characteristics
∙ Components
∙ Terminology
∙ CIRs & Discard Eligible
∙ Topology
∙ Interface
Determination/Encapsulation
∙ Assign LMI/DLCI
∙ Frame-Relay Configuration
Section E:Configure Frame
Relay
∙ Modify Cloud Protocol
∙ Configure Sub-Interface
∙ Verify Frame-Relay
∙ Test Connectivity
∙ View Interface
Section F:ISDN
∙ Characteristics
∙ BRI
∙ DDR
∙ Implementation
∙ Create Static Routes
∙ Addressing
Section G:Configure ISDN
∙ Create Connection
∙ Configure Dialer
∙ SPIDs
∙ Bring UP BRI
∙ Verify Connectivity
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