Cisco Networking – CCNA
What is the CCNA?
Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Routing and Switching is a certification program for entry-level network engineers that helps maximize your investment in foundational networking knowledge and increase the value of your employer’s network. The CCNA Routing and Switching validates the ability to install, configure, operate, and troubleshoot medium-size routed and switched networks.
What qualification do I receive?
Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), also known as the CCNAX or 2013 syllabus. Achieving a Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification is the first step in helping you prepare for a career in networking. Pursuing the CCNA will help improve your skill sets and provide you with the ability to manage and optimize network systems. CCNA focuses on network infrastructure, mainly routing and switching, but it also includes wireless access, security, and connectivity to branch offices using WAN.
Who Should Attend
The primary audience for this course is as follows:
- Network administrators
- Network engineers
- Network managers
- Systems engineers
The knowledge and skills that a delegate must have before attending this course are as follows:
- Basic computer literacy
- Basic Microsoft Windows navigation skills
- Basic Internet usage skills
Upon completing this course, the delegate will be able to meet these overall objectives:
- Describe how networks function, identifying major components, function of network components, and the OSI reference model
- Describe issues related to increasing traffic on an Ethernet LAN and expand the switched network from a small LAN to a medium-sized LAN with multiple switches supporting VLANs, trunking, and spanning tree
- Describe the reasons for extending the reach of a LAN and the methods that can be used, with a focus on RF wireless access
- Describe the reasons for connecting networks and connecting multiple IP subnets with routers
- Configure and verify a Cisco router for WAN connections with HDLC and PPP encapsulation, PAT, static routing, and describe the components that make up a VPN solution
- Use the command-line interface to discover neighbors on the network and manage the router startup and configuration
- Describe routing concepts as they apply to a medium-sized network, discuss dynamic routing with distance vector and link-state routing protocols, and configure RIP
- Configure, verify, and troubleshoot single-area OSPF
- Configure, verify, and troubleshoot EIGRP
- Determine how to apply ACLs based on network requirements, and to configure, verify, and troubleshoot ACLs
- Describe when to use NAT and PAT on a medium-sized network, how to configure NAT and PAT, and explain IPv6 addressing and configuration on a Cisco router
- Configure, verify, and troubleshoot Frame Relay
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