Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)

Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)

Course Objectives:

The CCNA makes you a solid, well-rounded network engineer. Completing the certification process not only gives you a certificate, it trains you in multiple levels and areas regarding the ability to work with routed and switched networks.

The people that do the hiring need to make decisions based on limited information. If they see official CCNA certification, they can be assured that you have achieved a certain level of competence. Otherwise, they have to take a chance. Plus, if there are two candidates for a job that have pretty much the same amount of experience, the one who has certification will most likely get the job.

Course Outline:

  1. Introduction of Networking
  2. Network Basic (LAN/WAN)
  3. Network Topology
  4. Network Devices
  5. Circuit Board (HUB/Bridge/Switch)
  6. Connection Mode (Simplex/Half Duplex/Duplex)
  7. Router Introduction

                g.Router Feature

  1. Inter network connection
  2. Path selection
  3. Packet switching
  4. Packet filtering
  5. Router Interface & Port
  6. Router Protocols
  7. Gateway
  8. Domain (Collision/Broadcast)
  9. Cable Description (STP/UTP)
  10. Type of Cable Connection (Straight/Cross)
  11. Practical Work
  12. OSI Model
  13. Application Layer
  14. Presentation Layer
  15. Session Layer
  16. Transport Layer
  17. Network Layer
  18. Data Link Layer
  19. Physical Layer
  20. DoD Model or TCP/IP Model
  21. IP Address
  22. IP Construction
  23. IP Classification (details)
  24. IP Classification (details)
  25. Sub Netting(CIDR, Subnet Mask,WildMask,Prefix)
  26. Class A Sub Netting
  27. Class B Sub Netting
  28. Class C Sub Netting
  29. Sub Netting (VLSM)
  30. Sub Net Identification
  31. Network Identification
  32. IP address Identification
  33. IP Summarization
  34. Router Basic (Hardware & Operating System)
  35. Router Basic Configuration
  36. Static Route
  37. DHCP Configuration
  38. Tennet Configuration
  39. SSH Configuration
  40. NTP Configuration
  41. Backup Configuration
  42. ARP
  43. Routing Table
  44. Static Routing
  45. Default Routing
  46. Dynamic Routing Protocols
  47. Difference between Major Dynamic Routing Protocols
  48. EIGRP Configuration (Theory & Practical)

 

  1. RIP Configuration (Theory & Practical)
  2. OSPF Configuration (Theory & Practical)
  3. OSPF Configuration (Theory & Practical)
  4. Redistribution EIGRP & OSPF
  5. Redistribution RIP & OSPF
  6. ACL
  7. NAT
  8. Switch Basic
  9. Switch Basic (STP/RSTP)
  10. Switch Configuration
  11. Switch security
  12. VLAN, VTP, HSRP
  13. Ether Channel
  14. Switch Security
  15. IPV6, IPv6, PPP protocol, Frame Relay, VPN, BGP
  16. BGP Configuration