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Cisco CCNA (200-120): The Complete Course

Course Summary

Take this complete Cisco CCNA course - it will cover everything you need to prepare for the 200-120 certification exam!

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    Course Syllabus

    • Welcome to the most COMPLETE CCNA (200-120) Course...get ready to be amazed!
      • Your First Journey into the Cisco World
      • Why acquire a CCNA certification?
      • How would you get CCNA Certified?
      • Which CCNA test should I take?
      • What does the course consist of?
    • The Packet tracer Simulator
      • Navigating the Packet tracer tool
      • How to create a simple topology
      • Configuring a router
      • Configuring a switch
      • Configuring a PC
      • configuring a server
    • The Basics of Networking
      • Understanding the Need for Networking
      • Communication at its lowest layer
      • Internetworking Devices used on a network
      • The importance of segmentation
    • The OSI Model
      • A brief history of the OSI model
      • The layers of the OSI model
      • The 3 Upper Layers of the OSI
      • The 4 Lower Layers of the OSI
      • The process of Encapsulation
    • Binary to Hex and Decimal conversion
      • The tables we use when converting
      • Converting a Hex number to binary/decimal
      • Converting a Decimal to binary/hex
      • Why do we need to know Hexadecimal numbers?
    • Cisco three Layer Model
      • Core Layer
      • Distribution Layer
      • Access Layer
    • TCP/IP model
      • A brief history of the model
      • The layers of the model & how they map over to the OSI
    • Ethernet Networks
      • Definition of Ethernet Networks
      • The access method of ethernet (CSMA/CD)
      • What cabling standards to we use?
    • IPV4 addresses
      • What is an IPv4 address & Its format
      • Classes of Addresses and their ranges
    • Private IP address range
      • Definition of Private addressing
      • Private Class A,B, C address range
    • IPv6 Addressing
      • Why do we need IPv6
      • IPv6 addressing and Expressions
      • IPv6 address types
      • The Auto-configuration feature
      • ICMPv6
    • Transition Mechanisms
      • Dual Stack, 6to4 tunneling and NATPT
    • How to subnet in IPv4
      • The subnet Mask
      • Diagram used to subnet & Using the diagram...PLEASE NOTE: 2046 should be 2048
      • Class-full subnetting
      • Class-less subnetting
      • Route summarization
      • Wildcard masking
    • How to subnet in IPv6
      • Do we need to subnet In IPv6?
      • How to setup the diagram for subnetting.
      • Counting for subnets and finding increment value
      • Laying out the subnets with the new network prefix
    • Inside a Cisco router
      • How to connect to a router
      • Components we need to know about
      • Boot Sequence of a Cisco router
      • Navigation of the IOS
    • Administrative configurations
      • House Keeping configurations
      • interface configurations
      • Telnet and SSH into routers
      • show commands
    • DHCP and Name resolution on Cisco routers
      • configuring DHCP
      • Configuring DHCP Relay Agent
      • Configuring static host tables
    • Using the Cisco Discovery Protocol
      • using the CDP command
    • The Cisco register
      • Manipulating the register within the router
      • Accessing & manipulating the register within ROMMON
    • Routing Process
      • How does IP routing occur
      • what type of routing should I use?
      • what are default routes & where do you configure them?
      • configuring static routes
    • Dynamic Routing
      • An overview of the three Dynamic routing protocols
      • RIPv2 & RIPng configurations
      • EIGRP & EIGRPv6 configurations
      • EIGRP Bandwidth Lab
    • OSPF Details
      • OSPF Terminology
      • Point-to-Point ospf
      • Multi-access ospf
      • OSPF multiple area details
    • Switching at Layer 2
      • Purpose of Using Switches & Specific functions at Layer2
      • Navigation on a switch and show commands
      • Administration configurations
    • The basics of VLANs
      • What are vlans and the importance of using vlans in our network?
      • How to create and assign a vlan /Trunking appropriate ports
    • The Spanning-tree Protocol
      • what is STP used for
      • How does the STP election process work
      • How to manipulate the election process
      • Turning STP off and Guarding against BPDUs on ports not using STP
    • The Virtual Trunking Protocol
      • What is the purpose of this protocol
      • Commands and Configurations of the VTP protocol
      • Turning on and adjusting port-security on your switch
    • Inter-vlan routing
      • What is the purpose of intervlan routing
      • How to configure intervlan routing Part1
      • How to configure intervlan routing Part2
    • Secure your Enterprise using ACL's
      • what is an ACL's and its rules
      • Standard ACL's
      • Extended ACL's
    • Network Address Translations
      • 3 Types of NAT
      • How does NAT work
      • Configure NAT Overload and Dynamic
      • Actual Configuration of NAT Overload
      • Pitfalls to look for on your test
    • Wide Area Networks
      • What exactly is a WAN
      • What are the connection types
    • Frame-Relay Packet switched techonology
      • Understanding the CIR and Burst Rate
      • What is a DLCI and who assigns it
      • configuring Frame-relay
      • show commands for frame-relay
    • PPP Dedicated leased connection type
      • Open Standard WAN protocol
      • Configuring PPP and Verifying PPP
    • IP services
      • Redundancy protocols overview
      • HSRP Details and configuration
      • VRRP and GLBP
    • Managing Devices
      • SNMP and its Configuration
      • SYSLOG and its Configuration
      • NETFLOW and its Configuration
    • Summary of the Course
      • Course Summary
      • CCNA 200-120 Final Exam
      • CCNA Final Lab

Course Fee:
USD 399

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1 - 4 hours / week

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