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CCNA Routing & Switching

Cisco CCNA Certification In Dubai

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. This associate level CCNA Certification forms a strong foundation for other CCNA tracks like Voice or Security as well as the CCNP (Professional level) Routing and Switching certification program. The CCNA Certification will give you a push in the right direction for building a career in networking.

 
Prerequisites:
No prerequisites
  • Module 1
  •         1.    Fundamentals of Networking
  •                 a.    OSI layers
  •                 b.    TCP/IP layers
  •                 c.    Identifying Router and Switch IOS Software
  •                 d.    Cable, Ports and Connectors to connect Cisco Network Devices
  • Module 2
  •         1.    IP addressing
  •                 a.    IPv4 addressing
  •                 b.    Subnetting
  •                 c.    VLSM - Variable Length Subnetting Mask
  •                 d.    Super netting
  • Module 3
  •         1.    Router Management
  •                 a.    Identifying Router Components and accessories
  •                 b.    Connecting to a Cisco Router and Switches via Console
  •                 c.    Router Password Set and Reset
  •                 d.    Configuring Switch Password Reset
  •                 e.    Assigning IP address on an interface
  •                 f.    Interface Specific Configurations
  •                 g.    Loopback interface
  •                 h.    Login , EXEC and MOTD Banners
  •                 i.    Copy Command
  •                 j.    Cisco Device Initial Configuration
  •                 k.    Basic Password Authentication
  •                 l.    Password Encryption Service
  •                 m.    Configuring exec timeout and Login Failure Rate
  • Module 4
  •         1.    IP Routing
  •                 a.    Configuring Static Routing
  •                 b.    Configuring a Floating Static Route
  •                 c.    Configuring a Static Default Route
  • Module 5
  •         1.    Routing protocol
  •         2.    RIP
  •                 a.    Configuring Routing Information Protocol(RIP) version1 and Version 2
  •                 b.    Metric Calculation
  •                 c.    Configuring RIP Timers
  •                 d.    Configuring RIP Interface Options
  •                 e.    Passive-interface Default
  •                 f.    Route Summarization
  •                 g.    RIP Default Information Originate
  •                 h.    RIP Route Metric - Distance Command
  •         3.    EIGRP
  •                 a.    Configuring Basic EIGRP
  •                 b.    Metric Calculation
  •                 c.    EIGRP split Horizon
  •                 d.    EIGRP stub Area Networs
  •                 e.    EIGRP Timers
  •                 g.    Passive-interface default
  •                 h.    Summarization
  •         4.    OSPF
  •                 a.    Basic OSPF
  •                 b.    OSPF Neighborship
  •                 c.    OSPF Timers
  •                 d.    Metric Calculation - Cost
  •                 e.    Passive-interface Default
  •                 f.    OSPF maximum-paths
  •                 g.    Summarization
  •                 h.    OSPF Stub Areas
  • Module 6
  •         1.    Route Redistribution
  •                 a.    Static Route Redistribution
  •                 b.    Mutual OSPF and RIP Redistribution
  •                 c.    Mutual OSPF and EIGRP Redistribution
  •                 d.    Mutual EIGRP and RIP Redistribution
  • Module 7
  •         1.    Access-list and NAT
  •                 a.    Standard Access-list
  •                 b.    Extended Access-list
  •                 c.    Numbered and Named Access-list
  •                 d.    Static NAT
  •                 e.    Dynamic NAT with Overloading
  •                 f.    Dynamic NAT with PAT
  • Module 8
  •         1.    Switching Concepts
  •                 a.    VLAN's
  •                 b.    Configuring Access Modes
  •                 c.    Configuring Trunk interface using ISL and dot1q encapsulation
  •                 d.    Vlan Trunking Protocol (VTP)
  •                 e.    VTP Pruning
  •                 f.    Inter-vlan Routing(Router-on-a-Stick)
  •                 g.    STP - Spanning-Tree Protocol
  •                 h.    Rapid-STP, PVST, PVST+, MST
  •                 i.    Spanning-Tree Features - POrtfast, BPDUGuard, BPDUFilter
  • Module 9
  •         1.    WAN Technologies
  •                 a.    Configuring WAN interface with PPP or HDLC encapsulation
  •         2.    Basic Of Frame-Relay
  • Module 10
  •         1.    MPLS
  •                 a.    Introduction to MPLS.
  •                 b.    Label Stack
  •                 c.    LDP and TDP peer
  •                 d.    Layer3 MPLS Table - LFIB
  •                 e.    MPLS ping and Traceroute
  • Module 11
  •         1.    IPv6
  •                 a.    Introduction to IPv6
  •                 b.    IPv6 Addressing
  •                 c.    IPv6 Static Routing
  •                 d.    IPv6 RIPng
  •                 e.    IPv6 OSPFv3
  •                 f.    IPv6 EIGRPv6
  •                 g.    IPv6 Access-list
  • Module 12
  •         1.    IP services and IP security
  •         2.    Cisco IOS DHCP Server
  •                 a.    Configuring DHCP on cisco routers
  •                 b.    Introduction to NTP
  •                 c.    NTP Server
  •                 d.    NTP Client
  •                 e.    Cisco IOS DNS Name Servers

The following modes of training are available for this course

  • Regular duration Training program
  • Fast Track Training program
  • Customized Bootcamp
  • Customized Online Training program
(All the above modes of training include theory and practical as per the requirement of the course)
Exam Number: 200-120 CCNA
Associated Certifications: CCNA Routing and Switching
Duration: 90 minutes (50-60 questions)
Available Languages: English
Exam Center: Any Pearson VUE Authorized Testing Center

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