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CCNA

CCNA is Cisco Certified Network Associate. CCNA is a certification from Cisco, and also considered the most famous company for manufacturing and selling networking equipment. This certification helps you to become familiar with a wide range of topics, such as LAN/WAN, TCP/IP model, Switches and routers. CCNA course will help the candidate grab a good job opportunity by validating the candidate’s networking skills and will help him/her in getting into the right profile.

CISCO is most popular in making network related products and has created a demand for certified professionals in that area. Network professionals seeking credential to make an entry into the world of CISCO would be benefitted by this course. Those who aspire to make a career in the networking field and take up jobs that are related to CCNA can undergo this course to make a career in the wireless / wired / open source networks.
Network Engineer
Systems Engineer
Network Support Engineer
Network Administrator

Students who plan a career into the field of network solutions using Cisco networks.

Introduction to Networking
IP Address
• Ipv4
• Classes
• Subnet Mask
• Network Id and Host ID
• Public IP & Private IP
Ipv6 – Introduction to IPv6
OSI Model
Subnetting
• Types of subnetting
– FLSM, VLSM
Introduction to router
• Types of routers
• Router companies
Cisco Hierarchical design
• Access layer
• Core layer
• Distribution layer
Router components
Internal components
• RAM • ROM
• NVRAM
• Flash Memory
• Processor
External Components
• Ports
• Local administrative port
• Remote administrative port
Interfaces
• LAN interface • Ethernet
• AUI • Fast Ethernet
• Gigabit Ethernet • WAN interface
• Serial • Smart serial
Boot sequence of a router
Emulation software
• Hyper Terminal or putty
Simulation software
• Cisco packet tracer • GNS3
• Cisco Networking labs • SDM
Initial configuration on a new router
Modes of router
• User • Privilege
• Interface • Line
• Router
• Global configuration
Routing
• Rules
• Routing – Default, Static, Dynamic
Routing protocols
• Distance vector
• RIPv1, IGRP
• Link state
• OSPF
• Hybrid
• RIPv2, EIGRP
Password recovery
ACL
• Numbered ACL
• Named ACL
• Standard
• Extended
Introduction to switches
• Types
• Switches companies
Cisco Hierarchical Switches design
• Access layer
• Core layer
• Distribution layer
Switch components
Internal
• RAM • ROM
• NVRAM
• Flash Memory
• Processor
External
• Interfaces • Fast Ethernet
• Gigabit Ethernet • Ports
• Local / Remote administration
Initial configuration on a new switch
Modes of switch
• User • Privilege
• Interface
• Global configuration
• Line • VLAN
VLAN
• Demand for VLAN
• Trunking
VTP
Assigning IP address to switch
Spanning Tree Protocol
• STP
• PVSTP
• RVSTP
Port security
InterVLAN routing (Router on stick)
Wireless technologies
• Types
• Security
• Wireless standards