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Routing and Switching Fundamentals 2013 Part I Course (100-101 ICND 1) - EXAM RETIRED

Routing and Switching Fundamentals 2013 Part I Course (100-101 ICND 1) - EXAM RETIRED

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Routing and Switching Fundamentals 2013 Part I Course (100-101 ICND 1) - EXAM RETIRED

4 Sessions -
10 Hours of Interactive Training

In LearnKey's Cisco Routing and Switching Fundamentals course users will gain the skills necessary to prepare for and take exam 100-101 ICND1. At the completion of this course the user will know how to plan, configure, and operate simple WAN and switched LAN networks. Topics such as IPv6 basics, network device security, and establishing internet connectivity are also covered in this course.

Benefits
  • Learn fundamentals to successfully build a simple network
  • Understand and optimize best routing techniques
  • Tips and tricks to keep your routers functioning at top performance

About The Author
Tom Carpenter is a trainer, consultant and author specializing in networking technologies and Microsoft solutions. Tom has written more than 15 books on topics ranging from Windows Server to wireless networking. He has trained more than 30,000 IT professionals since 1997 in face-to-face training classes and he has taught more than 60,000 through webinars and online training programs. He holds certifications with Microsoft, CompTIA and CWNP and is the current CTO for CWNP - the premiere 802.11 wireless administration certification program. With more than 20 years experience in the IT industry, Tom brings a wealth of experience to any training program.

Session 1

Section A: Introduction

  • Why CCNA?
  • CCNA 100-101
  • Training Agenda
  • Prerequisites
  • Cisco Certification Track

Section B: Networking Defined

  • Computer Networks
  • History of Networking
  • Benefits of Networks
  • Networking Terminology
  • Network Components
  • Network Example

Section C: Network Devices

  • Hubs
  • Bridges
  • Switches
  • Routers
  • Wireless Access Points
  • Clients

Section D: Networking Applications

  • Application Variables
  • Standard Data
  • Voice Data
  • Management Data
  • Secure Data
  • Planning for Applications

Section E: Network Models

  • The OSI Model
  • The Seven-Layer Model
  • The TCP/IP Model
  • The Four-Layer Model

Section F: Network Architectures

  • Topologies
  • Bus Topology
  • Star Topology
  • Hybrid Topology
  • Mesh Topology
  • Network Design Models
  • Layered Network
  • Network Access Methods

Section G: Data Flow Concepts

  • Devices and the OSI/TCP Models
  • Protocols at Each TCP/IP Layer
  • IP
  • TCP
  • UDP
  • Data Flow Considerations

Session 2

Section A: Networking Media

  • Network Media Basics
  • Ethernet Cabling
  • Cable Speeds
  • Cable Lengths
  • Fiber Optics
  • Wireless Medium
  • Cabling Interference
  • Lightning Arrestors
  • Interception

Section B: Switches

  • Ethernet Switches
  • Ethernet Speeds
  • Ports
  • Switch Operations
  • PoE Switches
  • Management Methods
  • Multilayer Switches
  • Switch Uplinks

Section C: Initial Switch Configuration

  • Navigating the IOS CLI
  • Basic Congifuration
  • Remote Access Management
  • Using Ping

Section D: Understanding VLANs

  • Network Segmentation
  • VLANs Defined
  • VLAN Example
  • VLAN Tagging
  • VLAN Routing Methods

Section E: Configuring VLANs

  • Viewing VLANs
  • Creating VLANs
  • Modifying VLANs

Section F: VLAN Trunking

  • VLAN Trunk Example
  • VLAN Trunking Protocol
  • Cisco Trunking Features
  • Configure Trunking

Session 3

Section A: Introducing IP

  • Layer-Based Terminology
  • IP Operations
  • Viewing RFC 791

Section B: IPv4 Addressing

  • IPv4 Addresses
  • Subnet Masks
  • CIDR and VLSM
  • Classful and Classless IP Addressing
  • Summarization
  • Default Gateways
  • Public and Private IPv4 Addresses
  • Computer Naming Conventions

Section C: IPv6 Addressing

  • IPv4 Problems
  • IPv6 Benefits
  • The IPv6 Address Space
  • IPv6 Address Types
  • IPv4 and IPv6 Comparison
  • RFC 2460
  • RFC 4291

Section D: IPv6 Migration

  • Transitioning to IPv6
  • Planning Addressing
  • Planning Routing
  • Determining Time Frames
  • Dual Stack
  • Dual Stack Explanation
  • IPv6 over IPv4 Tunneling
  • Tunneling Configurations
  • Tunneling Technologies Usage

Section E: Introduction to Routers

  • Router Features
  • Packet Forwarding
  • Router Integration

Section F: Routing Basics

  • Router Configuration Settings
  • Router Verification

Session 4

Section A: IP Routing Technologies

  • Introduction to Routing Protocols
  • Static Routing
  • Default Routing
  • OSPF Setup

Section B: Configuring Routing Protocols

  • Routing Protocols
  • OSPF-Specific Commands
  • OSPF Neighbor and Database
  • Reset and Debug

Section C: Verifying Router Configuration

  • Subinterface
  • Configure DHCP on a Router
  • Access Control Lists
  • NAT and PAT

Section D: Additional IP Services

  • NTP
  • SSH
  • Syslog and SNMP

Section E: Network Device Security

  • Security Basics
  • IOS Resilient Configuration
  • Securing Routers
  • Securing Switches

Section F: Troubleshooting

  • Troubleshooting Layer 1
  • Troubleshooting Layer 2
  • Troubleshooting Layer 3
  • Maintenance and Operations