Está en la página 1de 2

Cisco CCNA Training will cover all aspects of the new 640-802 curriculum in detail.

The course will provide a practical hands-on Cisco Routers and Cisco Switches, as no WAN setup is complete without Leased Line / Wireless / VSAT / DSL etc., and Telecom devices like CSU / DSU, Telco MUX will also be covered in the Practical setup. The training will be provided by Senior Network / WAN engineers with several years of field experience.

Course Contents

Introduction to Wide Area Networks Cisco IOS operating system IP Routing (Static & Dynamic) LAN Switching, Switch Security Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) Wireless LAN, NAT & IPv6

+ Practicals

We are not an Affiliated Institution. Trademarks are properties of the respective vendors.

Course Details
Basic Network Concepts Importance of OSI OSI & TCP/IP IP Address & Classes Subnet Mask Default Gateway IP Subnetting FLSM / VLSM CIDR Cisco Certifications Router Roles Software & Hardware Routers Router Vendors Cisco Hierarchical Design Model Fixed & Modular Router Router Interfaces Internal & External Components Boot Process Initial Router Configuration WAN Link State Routing Protocol OSPF Features of OSPF Metric Calculation Hello Messages Router ID Tables Link State Hierarchy Areas DR / BDR Disadvantages of Single Area Troubleshooting Access List Standard Extended Access Class Network Address Translation Type of NAT Static Dynamic PAT Frame Relay Advantage Of Frame Relay Virtual Circuit LMI & DLCI Troubleshooting IOS & Configuration Backup Password Recovery Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) IPv6 Switch Hub & Switches Broadcast Domain Collision Domain Initial Configuration of Switch Virtual LAN IEEE 802.1q Trunking Virtual LAN Trunking Protocol (VTP) Inter -VLAN Routing Port Security Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) Wireless LAN (WLAN) Introduction to Network Security (Firewall) & CCNP

Technologies Lease Line Intro CSU / DSU Encapsulation

Routing Guide Line of Routing Types of Routing Static Routing Packet Forwarding Mechanism Administrative Distance Disadvantage of Static Default Routing Dynamic Routing Advantage of Dynamic Routing Types of Dynamic Routing Protocol Distance Vector Routing Protocol RIPv1 Metric Calculation Timers Routing Loops Troubleshooting Advance Distance Vector Routing Protocol RIPv2 EIGRP Features Calculation of Metric Tables AD/FD Successor / Feasible Successor Troubleshooting