About the Course
I am experienced in networking industry and have lots of hands-on experience on networking devices. I take training classes for CCNA. My classes includes both theory concepts as well as practical lab sessions.
This course will be online instructor led. On an average it takes around 55-60 hours for complete course completion, but I am not very strict with this timeline. As per the need I will be extending the course duration and will complete the course.
Topics CoveredIp Addressing: Why Ip Address? What is an Ip address? Classes A, B and C. Subnet Mask, Broadcast
Address, Private addresses, Design an IP addressing scheme to meet design requirements, Troubleshoot IP
addressing and host configuration.
Sub netting: Dividing networks into networks of required size and managing the IP addressing scheme. VLSM
Routing Fundamentals: Configure IP addresses, subnet masks, and gateway addresses on routers and hosts, Implement a LAN. What is a Routing Table? Why Default Gateway? Static Routing, Ping and Tracert.
OSI reference Model: Functions and the components at each Layer. Process and importance of encapsulation,
Utilize the OSI model as a guide for systematic network troubleshooting, Describe network communications
using layered models
Cisco router Booting: How a router boots, Configuration-register Backup and loading router IOS and backup of router configuration, Manage system image and device configuration files.
Command Line Interface: Different stages of router Configuration, Perform an initial configuration
on a router.
Static Routing: Manually building a routing table and a default route. Configuring Leased Lines
Dynamic Routing: Differences between Distance vector and Link state protocols, Select an appropriate
routing protocol based on user requirements, Configure routing protocols given user requirements, Evaluate
the characteristics of routing protocols, Configuration and Management of RIP, IGRP, OSPF, EIGRP,
Troubleshoot routing protocols.
Access Lists: How the Firewalls work? And packet filtering through First generation firewall Router,
Develop an access list to meet user specifications, Implement access lists. Troubleshoot an access list
Telnet: Remote access and configuration of router,SSH
Wan Protocols: Implement simple WAN protocols PPP, HDLC, FRAME RELAY,VPN,PPPoE
Wan Technologies: Choose WAN services to meet customer requirements, Perform simple WAN
Troubleshooting, Evaluate key characteristics of WAN’s
Frame Relay: Configuration and management of PVC’s of this packet switched technology with concepts
Like point-to-point Frame Relay sub interfaces and Frame Relay mapping
Switching: Differences between Hub, Switch and a Router, How a switch works, Perform an initial
Configuration on a switch. Three different forwarding Methods of a switch, Customize a switch
configuration to meet specified network requirements,DTP,FHRP,VRRP,HSRP,GLBP.
Vlans: Concepts configuration and management. Configure a switch with VLANS and inter-switch
Communication, Spanning tree protocol, Describe the Spanning Tree process,Port Security,PVSTP,Ether channels.
NAT: Configure and debug of static and dynamic Network address translations
SDM: Configuring the router using Security Device Manager(SDM)
STP, RSTP: Introduction to Spanning Tree Protocol (STP), Rapid STP(RSTP) and understanding the port states.
Inter Vlan Routing : Establishing routing between Vlans, this can be done using a layer 3 switch or using a
RIP V2: Configuration and Management of RIP V2 and configuring authentication for routing updates.
Wireless: Introduction to Wireless Technology, Describing the standards associated with wireless media.
VPN: Description of Virtual Private Network, Encryption types and standards
IPv6: Introduction to IPv6 addressing, describing the technological requirements for running IPv6 in conjunction with IPv4 and implementing routing on IPv6 networks,Configure OSPF V3.
Who should attendAnyone in their 3rd or 4th year of college, and pass-out students.
People who want to pursue their career in networking industry and want to prepare for certification exams.
Pre-requisitesBasic computer knowledge and strong zeal to learn new concepts.
What you need to bringStudents need to have good internet connectivity as this is an online course.
Key TakeawaysAfter the completion of course, students will have in-depth knowledge of complete syllabus of CCNA. They can easily crack the exam after the training.