Course Details

Name: Cisco CCNA Preparation Part I (CCNA 101) 

Number: 090016 

Prerequisites: IPNET1 and IPNET2 or equivalent  

Audience: Technicians, designers and system engineers, those who want to challenge the Cisco CCNA certification exam. 

Objectives: Upon successful completion students will be able to:
  • describe the OSI model
  • determine when to switch and when to route within a network
  • describe and configure Cisco programmable switches
  • program ethernet wired and wireless network elements
  • understand and configure subnet masks
  • configure VLANs across multiple switches in an enterprise environment
  • describe, configure and connect Cisco routers in an enterprise environment
  • describe, configure and implement routing protocols across a network

Content: Topics include:
  • OSI model explanation and the importance of layering
  • physical layer installation and troubleshooting (e.g.: cat5e and connectors, CSU/DSU, single/MM fiber)
  • wireless LAN connectivity
  • subnet masking and basic network design
  • development of networks using TCP/IP switching protocols for programmable
  • Cisco switches (eg: Cisco 2950)
  • routing protocols EIGRP, RIP and OSPF defined and configured

Activities: Lecture, individual and group exercises, hands-on practice  

Class Size: Up to 8 attendees 

Duration: 3 days 

Assessment: A comprehensive course exam will be given based on class material.  

Note: This course is designed to help the student prepare for 640-802 CCNA.  



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