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Be A CISCO Certified Network Associate Routers and Routing Technology

by: Cresencio Daffon Jr. | 10 Feb, 2011 15:08:09

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There are many advantages of being a CISCO Certified Network Associate because after completion of your 40-hour training and an optional but recommended 40-hour group reviews and practice examinations, you will be adept and well-versed both in CISCO routers and routing technology and CISCO switching and wide area network technologies. On this course, CCNA Bootcamp (Fast Track) under CISCO - CCNA Courses, there are two modules that will be the main focus of the trainings activities, and after its completion, a student will be ready for the certification examination as CISCO Certified Network Associate.

The first one will tackle about commands and concepts needed for the configuration of CISCO routers in multi-protocol inter-network environment wherein you are to create a network of CISCO using the basics up to the advance level. You will have a collaborated minds-on and hands-on training, laboratory activities, exercises, and lectures experiences under the supervision of IT professional and adept instructors for CISCO routers maintenance and configuration. The comprehensive training will provide its students important knowledge and technical skills for Wide Area Networks and Local Area Networks simple operation, installation, and configuration.

The first module will cover areas like simple designing Local Area Network using the technology of CISCO; Internet Protocol addressing scheme design for meeting requirements of a design; user requirements routing protocols selection; simple CISCO technology-based inter-network design; routing protocols configuration; hosts and routers Internet Protocol configuration; router configuration for supplemental administrative functions; Local Area Network implementation; device configuration files and system image management; and router initial configuration.

One basic requirement for enrollees is to have network and repair technology, troubleshooting hardware and software of personal computers, and Windows OS strong working knowledge.

The topics covered for the first module starts with technologies of internetworking followed by access, distribution, core, and hierarchical model of CISCO; reference model of Open Systems Interconnections; physical, network, session, application, review, presentation, transport, and data-link of Open Systems Interconnections; technologies of Local Area Network; network classifications; sub-netting implementation; introduction of CISCO router; configuration of the router; CISCO devices cabling and assembling; Wide Area Network and Local Area Network cabling; connections consoling; choosing switches, hubs, products, and routers of CISCO; the startup sequence of router; router logging instructions; commands at startup; routing basics understanding; the routing process of Internet Protocol; dynamic and static routing types; static routers configuration; routing dynamic Internet Protocol; protocols routing and that are routed; protocols exterior routing; Routing Information Protocol routing configuration; Interior Gateway Routing Protocol routing configuration; software of CISCO ISO; device of CISCO IOS configuration; CISCO IOS operation; CISCO router startup; and many more surprise relevant topics.

(Next, is about – Switching and Wide Area Network.)


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