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Cisco
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Cisco CCNA Basics
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Section A: Introduction
• Overview
• Objectives
• Prerequisites
Cisco CCNA Series
®
Cisco Certified Network Associate Basics
with Michael Storm
Two courses are recommended for candidates seeking Cisco Certified Network
Associate (CCNA) certification: CCNA
Basics (CCNAB) and Interconnecting
Cisco Network Devices (ICND). In this
two-course series expert instructor
Michael Storm shows you network fundamentals and how Cisco network devices
work and connect. LearnKey courses
meet or exceed all Cisco exam objectives.
At the conclusion of this series you will
be prepared to pass the CCNA exam and
to install, configure and operate LAN,
Wan and dial access services for small
networks.
Cisco CCNA Basics
TM
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2 Sessions
6 Hours of Interactive Training
Cisco ICND
®
TM
5 Sessions
15 Hours of Interactive Training
Michael Storm
For the past 15 years, Michael Storm has
managed the design and implementation
of enterprise networks for fortune 100
companies around the globe. As the
founder of Brainstorm International, Inc.,
Storm is currently the Director of
Network Engineering for Interface
Technical Training of Phoenix, Ariz., and
creator of the InFusion Learning System.
IT industry certifications Storm holds
include Cisco CCNP, CCDP and CCIP in
Security, Microsoft MCSE/MCT, Novell
MCNE/CNI, and CompTIA CTT+.
This material is not sponsored by, endorsed by or affiliated with
Cisco Systems, Inc. Cisco® and the CCNATM logo are trademarks
of Cisco Systems, Inc.
Section B: Network Evolution
• Computer Networking
• History
• Network Types
• Enterprise Networks
• Storage Area Networks
• Content Delivery Networks
• Internetworking
Section C: Internetworking
• Network Development
• Islands of Animation
• TCP/IP Connectivity
• OSI Model
• Distributed Processing
• Ethernet
• 802.x
Section D: OSI Model
• Overview
• Layer Usage
• OSI Benefits
• Basic Functions
Section E: Upper OSI Model
• Layer 7
• Layer 7 Services
• Layer 6
• Layer 5
Section F: OSI - Layer 4
• Layer 4
• Data Transfer
• Layer 4 Protocols
• DOD vs. OSI
• Flow Control
• TCP Connections
• Sliding Window Process
• Layer 4 - Ports
Section G: OSI - Layer 3
• Routing
• Addressing & Switching
• Layer 3 Protocols
• Route Selection
• Routing Process
• IP Addressing
• Assigning IP Address
• Router Function
Total Time: 88 Minutes
Session 2
Section A: OSI - Layer 2
• Data Communication
• MAC and LLC
• MAC Address
• Protocol Communications
• Protocols
• Dial Protocols
• IEEE Standards
• Data Encapsulation
Section B: OSI - Layer 1
• Media Specifications
• Standards
• Topology Types
• Ethernet Topology
• Fast/Gig Ethernet
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Session 1
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CCNA Series
• Ring Topology
• FDDI
• Other Topologies
Section C: TCP/IP Protocol
• Protocol Functions
• IP Addressing
• Binary to Decimal
• Address Classes
• Other Classes
Section D: ADV IP Addressing
• Overview
• Subnet Masks
• Basic Addressing
• Reserved Addresses
• Other Reserved Ranges
• Unique Addresses
• Segmented Network
Section E: Network Devices
• Cisco Devices with OSI
• Layer 3 Router
• Router Functions
• Layer 2 Switching
• Layer 2 Hardware
Section F: Ethernet Cabling
• UTP
• UTP Identification
• Connecting Devices
• Coaxial Ethernet
• Fiber-Optic
• OC Specifications
Total Time: 96 Minutes
Cisco ICND
Session 1
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Section A: Introduction
• ICND Course
• Prerequisites
• Lab Environment
• ISDN Components
• Lab Configuration
Section B: Router Boot Process
• Internal Components
• Startup Config File
• Boot Process
• Console Connection
• Powerup 2600 Router
• View Interfaces
• Powerup 2500 Router
• Configuration Dialog
Section C: IOS Access Commands
• Router Login
• Enable-mode Password
• Secret Password
• Access Points
• Password Examples
• Access Point Examples
• Encrypt All Passwords
Section D: Password Lab
• Set Enable
• Set Secret
• Test Passwords
• Set Console & Aux
• Set Telnet
• Set Encryption
Section E: IOS Maintenance
Commands
• IOS Help
• Edit Using Keyboard
• Displaying Config
• Setup Mode
• Saving Options
• Backup Config
• Backup IOS
• Restoring a Config
Section F: ID & Interface Commands
• Change Hostname
• Banner
• Access Interface
• Assign IP Address
• Interface Lab
• Running Configuration
• IP Address Command
• Troubleshoot Interface
Total Time:95 Minutes
Session 2
Section A: IOS Configuration Lab
• Overview
• Add Banner & Password
• Configure IP Addresses
• Save & Verify Configuration
• Auto Setup
• Save & Build Configuration
• Modify Configuration
• View, Verify & Save
Section B: Access & Discovery
• Using Telnet
• CDP
• CDP Neighbors
• CDP Lab
• CDP Neighbor Detail
• Access Routers
• Use IP Host Mapping
• Manage Telnet Sessions
Section C: IP Routing
• Routing Process
• Static Routing
• Dynamic Routing
• Static Characteristics
• Dynamic Characteristics
• Add Static Route
• Route Table
• Administrative Distance
Section D: Route Table & Static
Route
• Lab Objective
• Enable IP Routing
• Display Route Table
• Create Static Routes
• Verify Connectivity
Section E: Dynamic Routing
Protocols
• Distance Vector
• Link-state
• Routing Loops
• Count to Infinity
• Preventing Routing Loops
Section F: RIP Routing
• Classful vs. Classless
• RIP v1 Routing
• RIP Disadvantage
• Enabling RIP
• Holding Down RIP
• Configuring RIP
• Display RIP Routes
• Verify RIP Functionality
Continued on other side.
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Section G: IGRP Routing
• Route Determination
• IGRP Specifications
• Enabling IGRP
• Test & View Configurations
• Debug & Logging IGRP
• Adding IGRP
• Debugging
• Display IGRP Routes
Total Time:105 Minutes
Session 3
Section A: Additional Protocols
• OSPF
• EIGRP
• IS-IS
• BGP4
• IPX Suite
Section B: Understanding IPX
• IPX Addressing
• Frame Types
• Data Encapsulation
• Communication
• Enable IPX Routing
• Testing & Debugging
Section C: Network Segmentation
• Network Congestion
• Updates & Services
• Segmentation Solutions
• Collision Issues
• Router Segments
• Bridge Solutions
• Switch Solutions
Section D: Layer 2 Switching
• Cut-through
• Fragment Free
• Store & Forward
• Switches in Action
• Spanning Tree Protocol
• Bridging Loops
Section E: VLANs
• Flat Layer 2 Network
• VLAN Functions
• VLAN Routing
• Trunk Links
• Frame Tagging
• Trunk Links in Action
• VTP
• VTP Pruning
Section F: Switch Configuration
• Catalyst LAN Switch
• Basic Commands
• Remote Access
• Ethernet Ports
• VLANs
• VTP Modes
• VLAN Trunk Links
Total Time:102 Minute
Session 4
Section A: LAN Switching Lab
• Lab Objectives
• Configure IP Address
• Configure Trunk Ports
• Combined Switch Trunking
• Display Local Ping
CCNA Series cont.
Section B: Advanced VLAN Lab
• Display VLANs
• Create VLANs
• Assign Port
• Join VTP Domains
• VLAN Test
• InterVLAN Routing
• Verify Final VLAN
Section C: IP Subnetting
• Address Classes
• Subnet Mask
• Public & Private Scheme
• Reserved Private Addresses
• Requirements
• Subnetting Example
• Classful Process
• Subnetting Cheat Sheet
Section D: Subnetting Example
• Sample Network Design
• Defining Networks
• Creating Subnet Masks
• Decimal to Bit Mask
• Mask Representation
Section E: Reverse Engineering IP
• Five-step Process
• Figure Ranges
• Figure Max Hosts
• Figure Number Networks
• Practice Homework
Section F: Router ACLs
• ACL Function
• ACL Processing
• ACL Rules
• Editing Rule
• Standard & Extended Lists
• Display IP Access List
Section G: Standard IP ACLs
• Command Syntax
• Wildcard Mask
• Wildcard Examples
• Assign to Interface
• Using Standard ACLs
Total Time:101 Minutes
Session 5
Section A: IP Extended ACLs
• Command Syntax
• Syntax Examples
• Extended ACL Scenario
• Scenario Solution
• Assigning ACLs
• Displaying ACLs
• View Access Lists
• Build & Remove Lists
Section B: WAN Connections
• Connection Types
• PPP Connections
• DCE & DTE
• PPP Architecture
• Enabling PPP
• CHAP
• Configure Devices
Section C: Frame Relay
• Overview
• Connectivity
• Components
• Terminology
• Traffic Shaping
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Section D: Issues & Topologies
• Split Horizon Issue
• Sub-interfaces
• Frame Relay Topology
• Configurations
• Encapsulation
• LMI to Interface
• Assign & Map DLCI
• Show & Debug Commands
Section E: Frame Relay
Configuration
• View Connectivity
• Configure Router
• Map Router to DLCI
• Display Configuration
Section F: ISDN & DDR
• ISDN Overview
• BRI/PRI
• BRI Environment
• CDDR Overview
• Basic Implementation
• Configure Steps
Section G: ISDN Configuration Lab
• Setup Connection
• Dialer Maps
• ISDN Debug
• View Status
Total Time: 101 Minutes