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The Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices (CCNA Intensive) course provides the information required to install, configure and troubleshoot Cisco switches and routers typically found at small to medium network sites. Participants will perform all basic configuration procedures to build a multirouter internetwork.

Participants will learn to determine when to use a hub, Ethernet switch or router, protocols, and monitor connectivity status in network environments containing multiple interconnected Cisco devices. During the extensive hands-on labs, participants will gain experience using LAN and WAN interfaces for commonly used routing and routed protocols.

 

This course helps Participants prepare to successfully pass the Cisco certification exam #640-801 to become a Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA).

Course schedule

Durations: 5 days
To view the schedule for this class, click here.

Who should attend
  • Network technicians new to Cisco products and services
  • Network administrators responsible for implementing and managing small and medium business networks
  • Network support staff who will perform a help desk role in a medium or enterprise-sized company that has an internal network support escalation staff
  • Network support staff who will act as network device installers and first-line support in a small business environment
  • CCNA candidates
  • CCNP candidates
Prerequisites
  • INTRO - CCNA Basic or equivalent knowledge.
  • Commonly used networking terms and topologies
  • The basic functions of a network protocol
  • Fundamental network device roles (for example, hub, bridge, router, and switch)
  • The Open System Interconnection (OSI) reference model
  • The use of Windows 95/NT to run multiple applications
  • Accessing the Internet or an intranet
  • Binary and hexadecimal numbering
Course Outline
  • BASIC LAYER 2 SWITCHING AND BRIDGING FUNCTIONS
    • Functions of Ethernet Switches and Bridge
    • Frame Transmission Modes
    • Forward and Filter Frames

  • REDUNDANT TOPOLOGY
    • Broadcast Storms
    • Multiple Frames
    • MAC Database Instability

  • SPANNING TREE PROTOCOL
    • Spanning-Tree Operation
    • Root Bridge
    • Port States
    • Rapid STP

  • CONFIGURING CATALYST SWITCH
    • IP Address and Default Gateway
    • Duplexing and Speed
    • MAC Address Table
    • Port Security

  • VLAN OPERATION OVERVIEW
    • VLAN Operation
    • VLAN Membership Modes
    • 802.1Q Trunking
    • ISL Protocol
    • VTP Protocol

  • CONFIGURING VLANS
    • VTP
    • 802.1Q Trunking
    • ISL Trunking
    • VLAN Configuration
    • Adds, Moves, & Changes
    • Troubleshooting

  • ROUTING OVERVIEW
    • Static and Dynamic Routes
    • Default Route
    • ip classless Command
    • InterVLAN Routing

  • DISTANCE VECTOR ROUTING
    • Maintaining Routing Information
    • Eliminating Routing Loops
    • Distance Vector Operations

  • LINK-STATE & HYBRID ROUTING
    • Maintaining Routing Information
    • Link-State Algorithm
    • Benefits & Drawbacks
    • Hybrid Routing

  • ENABLING RIP
    • RIP Features
    • Configuring RIP

  • ENABLING IGRP
    • IGRP Features
    • IGRP Metrics
    • Multiple Paths
    • Configuring IGRP

  • ENABLING EIGRP
    • EIGRP Features
    • Comparing EIGRP and IGRP
    • Configuring EIGRP

  • ENABLING OSPF
    • OSPF Features
    • Shortest Path Algorithm
    • Configuring Single Area OSPF

  • VARIABLE-LENGTH SUBNET MASKS
    • VLSM Features
    • Route Summary

  • ACCESS LISTS APPLICATIONS
    • Types of Access Lists
    • How Access Lists Operate
    • Testing Against Access List
    • Wildcard Masking

  • CONFIGURING IP ACCESS LISTS
    • Implementing ACLs
    • Standard & Extended IP ACLs
    • Virtual Terminal ACLs
    • Guidelines Placement

  • SCALING THE NETWORK WITH NAT AND PAT
    • Translating Inside Source Addresses
    • Overloading an Inside Global Address

  • WIDE-AREA NETWORKING REVIEW
    • EIGRP Technologies, Terms, and Concepts
    • EIGRP Packets
    • Configuring EIGRP

  • CONFIGURING SERIAL POINT-TO-POINT
    • Configuring HDLC
    • PPP Layered Architecture
    • Configuring PPP
    • PPP Authentication

  • FRAME RELAY OVERVIEW
    • Stack Layered Support
    • Terminology
    • Topologies
    • Reachability Issues

  • CONFIGURING FRAME RELAY
    • Basic Configuration
    • Static Frame Relay Map
    • Subinterfaces

  • CONFIGURING ISDN BRI & PRI
    • Standards and Access Methods
    • Reference Points
    • Configuring

  • CONFIGURING DDR
    • DDR Operation
    • Legacy DDR
    • DDR Dialer
 

 
 


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