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Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)

Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)

The CCNA Routing and Switching is a program developed for network engineers that fully develops and evaluates your networking knowledge and helps you add value to any organization's network.

Course At a Glance

Date:

No. of Classes/Sessions : 30

Last Date of Registration :

Total Hours: 100

Class Schedule :

Course Fee: 12,000.00Tk
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Course Outline

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Content

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Topics – 1: “Internet Working”

  1. Internet Working Basics
  2. Internet Working Models
  3. The OSI Model
  4. Ethernet Networking
  5. Ethernet Cabling
  6. Data Encapsulation
  7. The CISCO Three-Layer Hierarchical Model

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Topics – 2: “Introduction to TCP/IP”

  1. TCP/IP & The DOD Model
  2. The TCP/IP Protocol Suite
  3. Basics of IP Addressing
  4. Broadcast Addresses

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Topics – 3: “Subnetting, Variable Length Subnet Masks (VLSMs) & TS TCP/IP”

  1. Subnetting Basics
  2. CIDR
  3. Subnetting Calculation
  4. Overview of VLSMs
  5. Summarization
  6. TSIP Addressing

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Topics – 4: “Part – 1: CISCO’s Internetworking Operating System (IOS)”

  1. Understanding & Configuring the CISCO IOS
  2. Connecting to a Router
  3. Bringing Up a Router
  4. Logging Into a Router
  5. Understanding the Router Prompts
  6. Understanding the CLI Prompts
  7. Setting Host names
  8. Setting Passwords

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Topics – 4: “Part – 2: IOS”

  1. Editing & Help Features
  2. Setting Administrative Functions
  3. Setting Banners
  4. Performing Interface Configurations
  5. Setting Interface Descriptions
  6. Performing Serial Interface Configurations
  7. Viewing, Saving & Erasing Configurations
  8. Do Commands
  9. Gathering Basic Routing Information
  10. Verifying Routing Configuration
  11. Console Port Password Setting Process

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Topics – 5: “Managing a CISCO Internetwork”

  1. The Network Components at a CISCO Router
  2. Managing Configuration Register
  3. Recovering Passwords
  4. Backing up and Restoring the CISCO IOS
  5. Backing up and Restoring the CISCO Configuration
  6. CDP
  7. Using Telnet
  8. Reserving Host names
  9. Checking Network Connectivity and Ts

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Topics – 6: “IP Routing”

  1. Basic Concept of Routing
  2. IP Routing Process
  • Stating Routing
  • Default Routing
  1. Configuring IP Routing in Our Network
  2. Dynamic Routing: (i) RIP
  3. RIP Routing Configuration Process

2

Topics – 7: “Enhanced IGRP (EIGRP) & Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)”

  1. EIGRP & IGRP Features and Operations
  2. Configuring EIGRP and IGRP Process
  3. Verifying EIGRP and IGRP
  4. OSPF Basics
  5. Configuring OSPF Process
  6. OSPF DR and BDR Electing

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Topics – 8: “Layer 2 Switching & Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)”

  1. Switching Basics
  2. Configuring Catalyst Switches
  3. Configuring Port Security
  4. Spanning Tree Port Fast
  5. Spanning Tree Uplink Fast
  6. Spanning Tree Backbone Fast
  7. Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)

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Topics – 9: “Virtual LANs (VLANs)”

  1. VLAN Basics
  2. VLAN Memberships
  3. Identifying VLANs
  4. Configuring VLANs
  5. Routing Between VLANs
  6. Basics of VTP
  7. Configuring VTP

3

Topics – 10: “Security”

  1. Perimeter, Firewall and Internal Routers
  2. Concept of Access Lists (ACL – Access Control List)
  • Standard Access Lists
  • Extended Access Lists
  1. Advance Access Lists
  • Named ACLs
  • Switch Port ACLs
  • Time Based ACLs
  1. Monitoring Access Lists

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Topics – 11: “NAT (Network Address Translation)”

  1. Basics of NAT
  2. Types of NAT
  • Static NAT
  • Dynamic NAT
  • PAT NAT
  1. How NAT Works
  • Configuring NAT
  • Verifying NAT

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Topics – 12: “IPV 6  (Internet Protocol Version 6)”

  1. Basics of IPV 6
  2. The Benefits and Uses of IPV 6
  3. IPV 6 Addressing and Expressions
  4. How IPV 6 works in an Internetworks
  5. Configuring CISCO Router with IPV 6
  • Static Routing
  • IPV 6 Routing Protocols
  • RIP

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Topics – 13: “IVP 6”

  1. IPV 6 Routing Protocols
  1. EIGRP & IGRP
  2. OSPF
  1. Dual Stacking Process
  2. 6 to 4 Tunneling
  3. Configuring IPV 6 on Our Internetworks

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Topics – 14: Wide Area Network (WAN)

  1. Introduction to WAN
  2. Introduction to Frame Relay Technology
  3. Configuring Frame Relay
  4. Concept of Virtual Private Network (VPN)

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*** Review and Make-up Classes: Required number of review classes will be prrovided during the running of the course. Make-up classes ill be scheduled if any class is cancelled.

*** Evaluation Examination: Every Student must have to seat for an evaluation examination at the end of the course and they must individually submit final project assigned to them. Without attending evaluation examination and submitting final project, none will be allowed to apply for certificate.