CCNA

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Learning Solutions Online training in Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Routing and Switching is an ideal certification program entry -level network engineers to maximize their foundational networking knowledge. Our training module imparts participants with practical, relevant and industry-ready domain knowledge on network solutions.

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Learning Solutions provides real-time and placement focused Cisco CCNA online training in hyderabad. Our Cisco CCNA trainers are Cisco certified experts and experienced working professionals with hands on real time multiple CCNA projects knowledge. We have designed our Cisco CCNA course content and syllabus based on students requirement to achieve everyone’s career goal. In our Cisco CCNA training program, you will learn CCNA certification benefits, Configuration, verify and troubleshoot switch, Implement an IP addressing scheme and IP Services to meet network requirements, Configure, verify, and troubleshoot Cisco router, Implement, verify, and troubleshoot NAT, certification preperation, Cisco CCNA real time project and ccna certification placement training.

Module 1: Networking concepts

Components of network – router, switch, hub, bridge etc
Types of Network – LAN, MAN, WAN, VPN, PAN & Content Network
Defining Network requirements – NIC- Ethernet (CSMA/CD)
10/100/1000 mbps DUPLEX (Half/Full/Auto) – Connecting Media – Coax.
10 base 2T – UTP/STP – CAT 1/2/3..
Straight through/cross crimping (only details no practical)
Fiber optics – Single/Multimedia
100 Base TX/FX etc – wireless communication.
Ethernet cabling Standard.
Connecting Devices
Repeater – Hub – Switch – Bridge – Topology – Bus/Star/Ring

Module 2: OSI – Model

7 Layers – Communication between the Layers (Encapsulation & De-encapsulation) – PDU.
Layer 2 – MAC/LLC – 802.3/802.2 (SAP/SNAP) /Ethernet II – Frames
Broadcast/Collision domain – point of -Hub/Switch/Router
L4 – 3way handshake – windowing – and about – Connectionless
Packet size [64B (mini) to 1518B (Max)]

Module 3: TCP/IP Model & Ipv4 Addressing

All Layers of TCP/IP Compound with – OS
Application Layer – TFTP/FTP/SMTP/TELNET/SNMP/DNS
Transport Layer – TCP/UDP – TCP Segment Format
3 way handshake/windowing – UDP segment Format
Internet Layer
IP datagram format – Protocol No. – TCP 6 – UDP 17
ICMP – ARP – RARP
Introduction to IP addressing – Class A/B/C/D/E
Private IP address – First OCTET range etc.

Module 4: Subnetting

Default Subnet Mask
Class C Subnetting & Practice no. given
Class B Subnetting & problems
Class A Subnetting & problems

Module 5: Introduction to IPV6

Introduction
Host Address Assignment
Unicast, Multicast and other Special ipV6 Addresses
Configuring ipV6 Routing and Routing Protocols
Translations between ipV4 and ipV6
Summary

Module 6: Basic of Router & Configuration

When Router used – LAN with WAN connect – to connect networks of different IP
Different interface of Router – AUI /S0/S1/AUX – console / BRI etc.
Cables used in different interfaces/purpose of interfaces
WAN interface cable – EIA/TIA – 232/449/530 – V.35 – X.21
Different CISCO series – modular/fixed – 10mbps/100 etc
Straight through between DTE & DCE

Module 7: Different modes of operation & basic commands

ROM – POST – BSL – ROM-MONITOR PRG – MINIIOS
Different interface of Router – AUI /S0/S1/AUX – console / BRI etc.
DRAM -Running Config
NVRAM – Startup Config
Flash MEM – IOS

Module 8: IP Routing

IP Routing, Static Routing & Default Routing
Static Routing & Default Routing
Dynamic Routing and RIP

Module 9: Dynamic Routing EIGRP & OSPF

Limitations of distance vector algorithm
Features of EIGRP and its operations
Configuring EIGRP – “Auto-redistribution”
Verify and troubleshooting EIGRP
Features of OSPF and its operation
Configuring single area OSPF
Verify and troubleshoot OSPF

Module 10: Access List

Purpose/advantage of Access-list
IP [-for a host – for a network/sub network].
Std IP access-list – wild card calculation
Extd IP access list
Switch port ACL
Step involved in creating access list
Applying access list at the interface – (inbound/outbound)
Named access-list for IP
Access-list in Telnet session

Module 11: WAN Technologies

Leased line
P to P communication
HDLC & PPP protocol-features
Enabling HDLC & PPP
PPP Link
PPP layer & its explanation/role
PAP/CHAP role
Configuring PAP/CHAP using commands
VPN
Describe VPN technology
Importance Of VPN
Benefits & Role
Impact & Components
Frame-Relay
Packet Switched Network
Virtual circuit – DLCI – Access-link – CRI – FECN – BECN – LMI
Enabling Frame-relay
Inverse ARP
Configuring frame-relay for
Mesh Network
Star Network
Combination of above two
Switching
Switching Operation and Configuration
Function –add-learning / Forward-filters the Frame / loop avoidance
Redundant path and its problems
Spanning Tree Protocol – purpose – its different state (blocking/listening/learning/forwarding)
Modes of operation of switch/Bridge
Port duplexing
Switch & hub – half duplex
Switch & Server – full duplex
CISCO catalyst switch 1912 & 1924 interface details
M/K/I modes
Basic and advanced commands
Enabling & configuring MAC address table
VLAN Configuration
VLAN – ISL – Trunking
Enabling Trunking
Assigning VLAN No. & name
Configuring ports to a specific VLAN
VTP purpose
VTP domain
VTP modes of operation
Switching Technologies (including VTP , RSTP , PVSTP, 802.1q)
Implement Basic Switch Security (including Port Security , Trunk access .etc )
Wireless LAN
Wireless Intro & Operation
Standards associated with Wireless Media (including WI-FI Alliance, ITU/FCC)
Ad-hoc mode, infrastructure mode
SSID, BSS, ESS
Basic Parameters to configure on a Wireless Network
Wireless Security Feature’s (WEP, WPA 1 / 2 )
Implementing Wireless Networks

FAQ

CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) is one of the popular certificates offered by Cisco. The whole course focuses on Network which includes how to plan, create, manage, and troubleshoot the network. CCNA covers the basic knowledge of IP protocols, LAN Switching Technologies, WAN Technologies, Routing Technologies, and other concepts.

CCNA certification was developed by Cisco in 1998. It was originally called a Cisco Certified Internetwork Engineer (CCIE) in 1993 and it was created by Mr. Stuart Biggs. The CCIE was aimed towards networking skills in those days.

There used to bee 10 different types of CCNA Certifications, but now, only one exam is available and others have been moved to specialty exams in CCNP.

The scope of CCNA is increasing for every passing day. Most of the organizations, schools, firms, are using Cisco products for their networking needs. CCNA is the major requirement either you start your job as a network engineer or start your own business of networking products or networking services.

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