CCNA

Duration: 42 Days (Normal Track) | 12 Weeks (Weekend Track)

Networking is the practice of connecting computer devices together to support communication among them.

Courses Detail

Fundamentals of Networking

Networking is the practice of connecting computer devices together to support communication among
them. Overview – Communication Protocols – Transmission Media – Networking Devices

IP Addressing

An IP address is a unique identifier of a computer on the network and on the Internet. Overview – IPv4 – Classes of IP address – Network Portion – Host Portion – Subnet Mask

Subnetting

Subnetting is the process of dividing an IP network into smaller networks called Subnets. Overview – Importance of Subnetting – Subnet zero – Importance of Subnet Mask – Classful / Classless addressing – VLSM

Fundamentals of Routing

Routing is the act of moving data across an internetwork from a source to a destination.
Overview – Understanding the Routing Table – Static Routing – Default Routing – Fast Switching – CEF

Analysis of Network Traffic

When a host transmits data across a network to another device, data is encapsulated with several headers and trailers.
Overview – OSI Model – Encapsulation – Decapsulation – Connection Oriented / Connectionless Protocol

Router Administration

Router Boot Preferences – CLI – Console / VTY Login – Telnet – SSH – Password Protection – Password Recovery – Syslog – NTP – SNMP – Net Flow – Backup & Restore

Dynamic Routing

Dynamic routing is the process of learning routing information automatically with the help of routing protocols.
Overview – Classes of routing protocols – RIP – IGRP – EIGRP – OSPF – Route summarization – Route
Redistribution – Load Balancing

Switching

A switch is a device that forwards frames from any of input ports to specific output port based on MAC address.Overview – Ethernet Technology – Access Method: CSMA/CD – Methods of Switching – Functions of Switch – Broadcast Domain – Collision Domain Configuration of Switch – Management IP Address – Default Gateway – Password Protection – Telnet Spanning Tree Protocol – Election – STP States – STP Timers – PVST – PVRST – Ether Channel VLAN – Trunking – DTP – Native VLAN – VTP – Inter VLAN Routing – Port Security

Packet Filtering

Packet filtering is a network security mechanism that works by controlling which data can flow to and from a network
Overview – Access Control Lists – Standard ACL – Extended ACL – Named ACL – Log Options

Network Address Translation

Network address translation (NAT) allows a router to modify packets to allow for multiple devices to share a single public IP address
Overview – Static NAT – Dynamic NAT – Dynamic NAT with Overload – Port Address Translation

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol

It is a network protocol to automatically assign an IP address to a computer.
Overview – Static / Dynamic Configuration – Address Pool – Exclusions – Lease – Relay Agent

Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6)

It is a new version of Internet protocol designed for larger address space.
Overview – Link Local – Unique Local – Global Unicast – Multicast – Static Routing – Dual Stack – EUI64

Wide Area Networks

A wide area network is a network that covers a broad area.
Overview – PPP – HDLC – Frame Relay – ISDN – Metro Ethernet – PPPoE – VPN – MPLS –T1/E1 – DSL

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