Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching

Course Description

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. CCNA Routing and Switching is for Network Specialists, Network Administrators, and Network Support Engineers with 1-3 years of experience. The CCNA Routing and Switching validates the ability to install, configure, operate, and troubleshoot medium-size routed and switched networks.
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10 Days

Course Price

On request

Entry Requirements

Entry level networking certification or relevant experience

Training Options

Day Classes
Monday to Friday (08h30 – 16h00)

Evening Classes
Monday to Thursday (18h00 – 21h00)

Saturday Classes
(08h00 – 12h00)

Course Content

1. Building a Simple Network
Functions of Networking
Host-to-Host Communications Model
Operating Cisco IOS Software
Starting a Switch
Ethernet and Switch Operation
Troubleshooting Common Switch Media Issues

2. Establishing Internet Connectivity
TCP/IP Internet Layer
IP Addressing and Subnets
TCP/IP Transport Layer
Functions of Routing
Configuring a Cisco Router
Packet Delivery Process
Enabling Static Routing
Managing Traffic Using ACLs
Enabling Internet Connectivity

3. Managing Network Device Security
Securing Administrative Access
Implementing Device Hardening
Implementing Traffic
Filtering with ACLs

4. Introducing IPv6
Basic IPv6
Configuring IPv6 Routing

5. Building a Medium-Sized Network
Implementing VLANs and Trunks
Routing Between VLANs
Using a Cisco Network Device as a DHCP Server
Troubleshooting VLAN Connectivity
Building Redundant Switched Topologies
Improving Redundant Switched Topologies with EtherChannel
Layer 3 Redundancy

6. Troubleshooting Basic Connectivity
Troubleshooting IPv4 Network Connectivity
Troubleshooting IPv6 Network Connectivity

7. Wide-Area Networks
Configuring Serial Encapsulation
Establishing a WAN Connection Using Frame Relay
VPN Solutions
Configuring GRE Tunnels

8. Implementing an EIGRP-Based Solution
Implementing EIGRP
Troubleshooting EIGRP
Implementing EIGRP for IPv6

9. Implementing a Scalable, OSPF-Based Solution
Implementing OSPF
Multiarea OSPF IPv4 Implementation
Troubleshooting Multiarea OSPF

10. Network Device Management
Configuring Network Devices to Support Network Management Protocols
Managing Cisco Devices

Lab 1: Switch Startup and Initial Configuration
Lab 2: Troubleshoot Switch Media Issues
Lab 3: Router Setup and Initial Configuration
Lab 4: Configure a Static Route, DHCP, and Network Address Translation
Lab 5: Enhance the Security of Router and Switch Configuration
Lab 6: Device Hardening
Lab 7: Filter Traffic with ACLs
Lab 8: Enhanced -Troubleshoot ACLs
Lab 9: Configure Basic IPv6
Lab 10: Implement IPv6 Stateless Autoconfiguration
Lab 11: Implement IPv6 Routing
Lab 12: Configure an Expanded Switched Network
Lab 13: Configure DHCP Server
Lab 14: Troubleshoot VLANs and Trunks
Lab 15: Optimize STP
Lab 16: Configure EtherChannel
Lab 17: Troubleshoot IP Connectivity
Lab 18: Configure and Troubleshoot a Serial Connection
Lab 19: Establish a Frame Relay WAN
Lab 20: Establish a GRE Tunnel
Lab 21: Implement EIGRP
Lab 22: Troubleshoot EIGRP
Lab 23: Implement EIGRP for IPv6
Lab 24: Implement Single-Area OSPF
Lab 25: Configure Multiarea OSPF
Lab 26: Troubleshoot Multiarea OSPF
Lab 27: Configure Multiarea OSPFv3
Lab 28: Configure Basic SNMP and Syslog
Lab 29: Manage Cisco Devices and Licensing
Lab 30: ICND1 Super Lab
Lab 31: Enhanced -Configure HSRP
Lab 32: ICND2 Super Lab

CTU Training Solutions | Updated: May 11th, 2017