Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) is the associate level Certification in Networking offered by Cisco Systems. CCNA in Routing and Switching covers basics of networking technologies along with IP addressing schemes, routing basics, switching and WAN technologies. After completion of CCNA course, a candidate can easily install, configure and troubleshoot Cisco Routers and Switches for small and medium sized networks. After completion of CCNA R&S v3.0 (200-125) Certification you can go for higher level of Cisco Course like CCNP R&S and CCIE R&S to further strengthen your Routing & Switching skills.
ITGAT provides online CCNA course training on real Cisco devices (Routers and Switches), with 24x7 virtual Lab Facility. CCNA curriculum is designed as per CCNA Certification exam blueprints provided by Cisco. In order to prepare for latest CCNA R&S v3.0 Certification online exam conducted by Cisco, candidates are provided with complete study material i.e. Cisco Exam Guide, Work Book, and Rack to practice labs.
CCNA R&S Course Outlines
Prerequisites – Not required
- Describe the purpose and basic operation of protocols in OSI and TCP/IP models and determining the data flow amongst two different hosts within a network.
Installing, configuring and troubleshooting basic networking hardware i.e. Routers (1841, 2611XM, 2801, 2811) and Switches (2950, 2960, 3550, 3750 series). Concepts like IOS installation, password recovery, and hardware up-gradations to be covered
Understanding, configuring and troubleshooting basic concepts of layer 2 switching and predicting the data flow
Understanding, configuring and troubleshooting STP, VLANs, CAM, and Ether channels.
Understanding, configuring and troubleshooting layer 3 addressing routing protocols for IPV4 and IPV6 (sub netting and summarization).
Understanding, configuring and troubleshooting routing protocols for IPV4 and IPV6. Topics like OSPF (single and multi-area) and EIGRP (load balancing, equal and unequal) are covered.
Introduction to WAN: Getting familiar with WAN protocol and devices. Understanding, configuring and troubleshooting layer 3 protocols like Frame relay, HDLC, PPP, NAT, etc. Introduction to MPLS.
Understanding IP services like DHCP, SNMP, Netflow, FHRP, and NTP.
Understanding, configuring and troubleshooting layer 2 security, layer 3 security that is ACL (standard, extended, named) , SSH and Secret password.
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