CCNA is most popular course in the world. CCNA(Cisco Certified Network Associate) is the first level of the certification with 200-125 exam code. In every company in the world there will be requirement for Network Engineer, Network Administrator, Network Support Engineer, etc. CCNA person will be able to manage Cisco routers, Cisco Switches, Cisco Firewall and some other devices. In a small company, if we are managing computer, laptop, printer, scanner, some other multimedia devices with the help of Cisco Switches and Routers. Cisco devices have very high security so can implement the security in network level with LAN and WAN Ports.
Cisco Has many kind of the certification exam-
CCNA, CCNP and CCIE. Means there are many certification is associate level, there are many certification in professional level and expert level of the certification. There are some entry level of the certification, CCENT and CCT.
There are many Associate level of the certifications
2. CCNA Cloud
3. CCNA Collaboration
4. CCNA Data Center
5. CCNA Industrial
6. CCNA Routing and Switching
7. CCNA Security
8. CCNA Service Provider
9. CCNA Wireless
There are many professional level of the certifications
2. CCNP Cloud
3. CCNP Collaboration
4. CCNP Data Center
5. CCNP Routing and Switching
6. CCNP Security
7. CCNP Service Provider
8. CCNP Wireless
There are many expert level of the Certifications in Cisco
2. CCIE Collaboration
3. CCIE Data Center
4. CCIE Routing and Switching
5. CCIE Security
6. CCIE Service Provider
7. CCIE Wireless
There is one Architect level of the certification, it is called CCAr(Cisco Certified Architect). It is the highest level of the certification in cisco also recognizes the architectural designers. This is the main strategy of evolutionary technical strategies of the network design.
CCENT 100-105 ICND1 exam will be valid up to February 23, 2020 and if we are planning to give the exam of CCNA Routing & Switching 200-125 CCNA then also will be valid up to February 23, 2020. It is also called cisco certified network associate and icnd1 is called interconnecting cisco networking device part 1. From 24th September 2020 new ccna exam will come, will be CCNA 200-301 and old exam code will be expired. This is called CCNA(Cisco Certified Network Associate). If will talk about the professional level of the certification CCNP Routing & Switching 300-101 Route, CCNP Switch 300-115 and CCNP TSHOOT then will be valid up to February 23, 2020. Cisco has introduced many level of the certification from February 24, 2020 with 200-901 DEVASC Exam code also called Developing Applications and Automating Workflows using cisco core platforms(DEVASC). Definitely will take time to update in the market scenario.
Cisco has introduced one more certification in Professional level and specialist level. 300-901 DEVCOR(Developing Applications using cisco core platforms and APIs. We need to prepare this syllabus for the international exam of cisco then will be able to clear the exam. Coming time of the future, definitely demand will be more for the IT(Information Technology).
If will ask about the ccna new syllabus and ccna old syllabus, then will be many changes. New ccna syllabus is very advance compare to the old syllabus. In old syllabus they are more focus on routing and switching technology but in new outline they are main into security with routing and switching part. Take one best example, like how to stop one computer, how to stop many computers, how to stop all the computers. It depends, which protocol is running and what is the need of security with different network diagram. Now they are main focus on BGP(Border Gateway Protocol), with MPLS(Multi protocol level switching). We need to configure, maintain and troubleshooting all the biggest network like city to city networking and country to country networking on behalf of tunnel and vpn. This is the requirement of world scenario to implement with wide area network along with virtual private network.
Now they are focus on ipv6 networking with routing security. Some topics has been introduced on behalf of automation but will be only ten percent of the topics. They have introduced ipv6 with RIPng(Routing information protocol next generation) because both are based on 128 bit address, EIGRP new version has been introduced. So now encryption and decryption is very advance compare to previous. MD5(Message Digest 5) has been introduced with the new version of ip configuration. Now they have taken many portions from the professional level of the certification like CCNP Route, CCNP SWITCH and CCNP TSHOOT. But definitely they have added many more topics from the industry.
Border Gateway Protocol and Multi Protocol Level switching is the best combination of the network scenario. This technology will provide data delivery on behalf of level number. Means no need to check 32 bit internet protocol address and 128 bit ip address. If device will not check these address then definitely processing speed will be high. Otherwise can also use ATM(Asynchronous Transfer Mode) Technology with the routing protocol. Actually routing protocol will run on behalf of autonomous system(1-65536) number can assign for the group. Means can say, we need to assign autonomous system number on behalf of group of router which is present in single administrative entity.
CCNA 3.0 is the combination of two parts, 1. Interconnecting Cisco Networking Device Part 1 (ICND1) and Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 2 (ICND2).
Course duration will be based on lab, means five days lab practice. After the lab candidate will be able to perform following things
1. Student or candidate will be able to Install, operate, configure, and verify a basic IPv4 and IPv6 network
2. Student or candidate will be able Perform basic troubleshooting steps in enterprise branch office
Prepare for the CCNA certifications exams Who should enroll
1. Network administrators or after 12th pass candidate should enroll
2. Network support engineers or any technical person from BE/B-tech/BCA/MCS/BSC(IT)/MSC(IT)
3. Network engineer associates or any other student from Science, Arts and Commerce background
4. Network specialists or any other technical or no technical person
5. Network analysts or network support engineer or other technical candidate
Course details and Objectives
After Completion of the course student/candidate should be able to perform following task.
Day1 - Explain network fundamentals and build simple LANs
Day2 - Establish Internet connectivity
Day3 - Manage and secure network devices
Day4 - Operate a medium-sized LAN with multiple switches, supporting VLANs, trunking, and spanning tree
Day5 - Troubleshoot IP connectivity
Day6 - Explain how to configure and troubleshoot Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) in an IPv4 environment, and configure EIGRP for IPv6
Day7 - Configure and troubleshoot Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) in an IPv4 environment and configure OSPF for IPv6
Day8 - Define characteristics, functions, and components of a WAN
Day9 - Explain how device management can be implemented
Day10 - Understand QoS, virtualization and cloud services, and network programmability related to WAN, access, and core segments.
Need to recommend that we need following knowledge before starting the CCNA 3.0 Course
1. Must have knowledge of Basic computer literacy
2. Must have knowledge of Basic PC operating system navigation
3. Must have knowledge of Basic Internet usage
4. Must have knowledge of Basic IP addressing
5. Must have knowledge of Good understanding of network fundamentals
Outline or Syllabus
First Week - Building a Simple Network
First Day - Exploring the Functions of Networking
Second Day - Understanding the Host-to-Host Communications Model
Third Day - Introducing LANs
Fourth Day - Operating Cisco IOS速 Software
Fifth Day - Starting a Switch
Sixth Day - Understanding Ethernet and Switch Operation
Seventh Day - Troubleshooting Common Switch Media Issues
Second Week - Establishing Internet Connectivity
First Day - Understanding the TCP/IP Internet Layer
Second Day - Understanding IP Addressing and Subnets
Third Day - Understanding the TCP/IP Transport Layer
Forth Day - Exploring the Functions of Routing
Fifth Day - Configuring a Cisco Router
Sixth Day - Exploring the Packet Delivery Process
Seventh Day - Enabling Static Routing
Eighth Day - Learning Basics of Access Control Lists (ACLs)
Ninth Day - Enabling Internet Connectivity
Third Week - Summary Challenge
First Day - Establish Internet Connectivity
Second Day - Troubleshoot Internet Connectivity
Fourth week - Implementing Scalable Medium-Sized Networks
First Day - Implementing and Troubleshooting VLANs and Trunks
Second Day - Building Redundant Switched Topologies
Third Day - Improving Redundant Switched Topologies with EtherChannel
Fourth Day - Routing Between VLANs
Fifth Day - Using a Cisco IOS Network Device as a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Server
Sixth Day - Understanding Layer 3 Redundancy
Seventh Day - Implementing Routing Information Protocol (RIP) v2
Fifth Week - Introducing IPv6
First Day - Introducing Basic IPv6
Second Day - Understanding IPv6 Operation
Third Day - Configuring IPv6 Static Routes
Sixth Week - Troubleshooting Basic Connectivity
First Day - Troubleshooting IPv4 Network Connectivity
Second Day - Troubleshooting IPv6 Network Connectivity
Seventh Week - Implementing Network Device Security
First Day - Securing Administrative Access
Second Day - Implementing Device Hardening
Third Day - Implementing Advanced Security
Eighth Week - Implementing an EIGRP-Based Solution
First Day - Implementing EIGRP
Second Day - Implementing EIGRP for IPv6
Third Day - Troubleshooting EIGRP
Ninth Week - Summary Challenge
First Day - Troubleshooting a Medium-Sized Network
Second Day - Troubleshooting a Scalable Medium-Sized Network
Tenth Week - Implement a Scalable OSPF-Based Solution
First Day - Understanding OSPF
Second Day - Implementing Multiarea OSPF IPv4
Third Day - Implementing OSPFv3 for IPv6
Fourth Day - Troubleshooting Multiarea OSPF
Eleventh Week - Implementing Wide Area Networks
First Day - Understanding WAN Technologies
Second Day - Understanding Point-to-Point Protocols
Third Day - Configuring Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE) Tunnels
Fourth Day - Configuring Single-Homed External Border Gateway Protocol (EBGP)
Twelfth Week - Network Device Management
First Day - Implementing Basic Network Device Management
Second Day - Learning About the Evolution of Intelligent Networks
Third Day - Introducing QoS
Fourth Day - Managing Cisco Devices
Fifth Day - Licensing
Thirteenth week - Summary Challenge
First Day - Troubleshooting Scalable Multiarea Network
Second Day - Implementing and Troubleshooting Scalable Multiarea Network
Lab outline or Syllabus
Day1 - Get Started with Cisco Command-Line Interface (CLI)
Day2 - Perform Basic Switch Configuration
Day3 - Observe How a Switch Operates
Day4 - Troubleshoot Switch Media and Port Issues
Day5 - Inspect TCP/IP Applications
Day6 - Start with Cisco Router Configuration
Day7 - Configure Cisco Discovery Protocol
Day8 - Configure Default Gateway
Day9 - Explore Packet Forwarding
Day10 - Configure and Verify Static Routes
Day11 - Configure and Verify ACLs
Day12 - Configure a Provider-Assigned IP Address
Day13 - Configure Static Network Address Translation (NAT)
Day14 - Configure Dynamic NAT and Port Address Translation (PAT)
Day15 - Troubleshoot NAT
Day16 - Configure VLAN and Trunk
Day17 - Troubleshoot VLAN and Trunk Issues
Day18 - Configure Root Bridge and Analyze Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) Topology
Day19 - Troubleshoot STP Issues
Day20 - Configure and Verify EtherChannel
Day21 - Configure a Router on a Stick
Day22 - Configure a Cisco Router as a DHCP Server
Day23 - Troubleshoot DHCP Issues
Day24 - Configure and Verify Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP)
Day25 - Troubleshoot HSRP
Day26 - Configure and Verify RIPv2
Day27 - Troubleshoot RIPv2
Day28 - Configure Basic IPv6 Connectivity
Day29 - Configure IPv6 Static Routes
Day30 - Use Troubleshooting Tools
Day31 - Configure SPAN
Day32 - Configure and Verify IPv4 Extended Access Lists
Day33 - Troubleshoot IPv4 Network Connectivity
Day34 - Configure and Verify IPv6 Extended Access Lists
Day35 - Troubleshoot IPv6 Network Connectivity
Day36 - Enhance Security of Initial Configuration
Day37 - Limit Remote Access Connectivity
Day38 - Configure and Verify Port Security
Day39 - Configure and Verify Network Time Protocol (NTP)
Day40 - Configure External Authentication Using Remote Access Dial-In User Service (RADIUS) and Terminal Access Controller Access Control Service Plus (TACACS+)
Day41 - Configure and Verify EIGRP
Day42 - Configure and Verify EIGRP for IPv6
Day43 - Troubleshoot EIGRP Issues
Day44 - Configure and Verify Single-Area OSPF
Day45 - Configure and Verify Multiarea OSPF
Day46 - Configure and Verify OSPFv3
Day47 - Troubleshoot Multiarea OSPF
Day48 - Configure Serial Interface and Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP)
Day49 - Configure and Verify MLP
Day50 - Configure and Verify a Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE) Client
Day51 - Configure and Verify a GRE Tunnel
Day52 - Configure and Verify Single-Homed EBGP
Day53 - Configure Syslog
CCNA (200-301) is an updated syllabus (Outline) from Cisco. The CISCO Certified Networking Associate or CCNA course in Delhi from GICSEH is designed to aid or assist Network Engineers or networking professionals looking to boost their careers and upgrade themselves with the latest advancements in networking technology and IT space. The CCNA training in Delhi provides all the training required for troubleshooting as well as monitoring the latest network infrastructure product architect by CISCO, a world-renowned IP networking solution provider.
Networking professionals qualifying CCNA certified can install, troubleshoot, configure, and operate medium-sized switched and routed networks. The course will provide all the skills and knowledge required for making connections with remote networks through Wireless Area Network(WAN) and eliminating basic threats related to the security of the connection. IPv4, IPv6, IOS, CISCO Licensing, OSPF, EIGRP (Enhanced Gateway Routing Protocol), Ethernet, traffic filtering, and VLSM are some of the most important components of GICSEH CCNA training in Delhi.
What are the benefits of doing a CCNA course in Delhi?
• You will get a better understanding of programming and thus implement it for actual development requirements in industrial projects and application purposes.
• Training will enhance knowledge of the web development framework. Using this framework, you can develop dynamic websites more conveniently and swiftly.
• You will learn how to design, develop, test, support and deploy desktop, custom web, and mobile applications.
• Design and improve network testing and maintenance activities and procedures.
• Design, implement and develop important applications in a CCNA environment.
• Chances to work in leading software companies, including Infosys, Wipro, Amazon, TCS, IBM, and more.
Outlook of CCNA Certification
If you are very enthusiastic about making a career in the networking field, then the CCNA course in Delhi offered by GICSEH institute is the right desk for you. You can reach a remarkable position by mastering this field. CCNA is a networking-related course started by the American company CISCO, the demand of which always remains on a high note. So let us discuss in detail what CCNA is all about.
CCNA is a Cisco Certified Network Associate, commonly known within the IT sphere, especially in the networking field. By getting certified in the CCNA, you can easily make a career in the networking field. After completing the CCNA course in Delhi, the second level is Cisco certification, for which the Cisco examination is required to be passed. The CCNA course is conducted by Cisco, an American multinational company, related to networking, hardware, and software. For the certification of CCNA, the candidate must get passing marks in the exam; otherwise, he will not be eligible for the certification of CCNA. If you get into the CCNA course in Delhi and clear the exam, a certificate will be provided by Cisco, being valid for three years. However, after three years, you will have to reappear for the exam for the renewal of the certificate.
Who can opt for the CCNA Course?
As for now, no pre-condition has been placed by CISCO for opting for the CCNA Course. However, to get the training and understand the technicality of the course well, you must have at least a bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Electronics & Communication, and Information Technology or any related qualifications.
CCNA(Cisco Certified Network Associate) Course Subjects
Network Fundamentals: 20%
Network Access: 20%
IP Connectivity: 25%
IP Services: 10%
Security Fundamentals: 15%
Automation & programmability: 10%
If you complete the CCNA course and clear the exam successfully, a certificate of appreciation is provided by Cisco, which will remain valid for three years. However, after three years, you need to reappear for the exam for the renewal of the CCNA Certificate.
Some of the Network and Security fundamentals have been discussed below:
1. Network Fundamentals:
In the context of network fundamentals, you will get through the upper surface dimensions of routers and switches in a network. Moreover, the different topologies are covered out such as fiber cabling data, troubleshooting problems, examination protocol, UDP, IPv4, and IPv6, verifying IP address, wireless basics, switch operations, and others namely,
• Comprehend the job and function of network components.
• L2 and L3 switches
• Nest generation firewalls and IPS
• Access points
• Controllers (Cisco DNA Center and WLC)
2. Network Access:
Through Network Access, you’ll get to know about VLANs, trunking, EtherChannel, and wireless networking ideas in addition to:
• Configure VLANs spanning various switches
• Access ports including data and voice
• Default VLAN
3. IP Connectivity:
Here, you’ll learn about how routing works, focussing more on static routes and OSPFv2. And get some theories of HSRP, VRRP, and GLBP.
4. IP Services:
More to explore IP services such as NTP, DHCP, SNMP, and QoS. In this module, you'll learn:
• Configure the whole inside source NAT through static and pools
• NTP working in customer and server mode
•Confirm the job of DHCP and DNS inside the network
• Verify the function of SNMP in network operations
• Confirm the utilization of Syslog, including facilities and levels
• Configure DHCP client and relay functions
• Explain the forwarding per-hop behavior
• Network devices for remote access controls
• The variable abilities and functions of TFTP/FTP in the network
5. Security Fundamentals:
The Security Fundamentals section introduces you to some specific security mechanisms, in addition to VPNs, layer two security mechanisms, and wireless network security. You'll also be trained about:
• Characterize key security ideas such as threats, limitations, exploits, and mitigation techniques
• Describe security program components like client awareness, training, etc
• Configure device access control through passwords
• Describe security password key strategies components, such as administration, complexity, and secret phrase options
• Describe remote access and site-to-site VPNs
• Configure access control records
• Configure 2 Layer security properties
• Separate authentication, authorization, and accounting fundamentals
• Remote security protocols including WPA, WPA2, and WPA3
• WLAN, WPA2 PSK functions through the GUI
6. Automation and Programmability:
This class configures networks and gets into controller-based REST APIs, SDN, Cisco DNA Centre, Puppet, Chef, and JSON.
After CCNA certification, there will be the next level of specialist certification. After that, there is a professional certification level, then comes the expert level of the certification. The major percent of the latest CCNA syllabus will be based on automation and programmability, which is already added in the new syllabus of the Cisco Exam. In the new CCNA, security topics have been increased from 10 to 15 percent. As compared to the previous CCNA 200-125, the syllabus is more advanced, and many new features have been added.
Different certificates are given in networking for CCNA, which are as follows-
1) CCNA ROUTING & SWITCHING
2) CCNA CLOUD
3) CCNA INDUSTRIAL
4) CCNA WIRELESS
5) CCNA DATA CENTER
6) CCNA SECURITY
7) CCNA SERVICE PROVIDER
Even if you’re simply wondering about getting a CCNA certification, you must target it before the February month hits. However, simply holding a current CCENT certification won’t facilitate this. You’ll require a complete CCNA to get the new CCNA certification. So, if you only have your CCENT, you’ll need to pass the ICND2 test to be grandfathered into the new CCNA certification. You can get a comprehensive list of topics within the GICSEH course module. GICSEH offers the best CCNA training in Delhi.
Why choose GICSEH for CCNA certifications?
Professional growth with increased compensation and validation of the skill are the most popular reasons for individuals and professionals to seek IT certifications. Keeping this in mind, we at GICSEH institute in Delhi provide you with the latest and innovative technologies to help you to reach your certification goals and upscale your potential growth.
What You Need to Know About 200-301 CCNA Program:
At GICSEH Delhi, the course is technically designed for the CCNA exam objectives and covers topics such as:
• Routing protocols include such as OSPFv2( IPv4, IPv6), EIGRP( IPv4, IPv6)
• VLANs, STP, EtherChannel.
• WAN technologies include (PPP, MLPPP, PPPoE, and GRE).
• QoS covers marking, shaping, video, and data.
• Device monitoring and controlling.
• Device management using authentication, authorization, and accounting.
Who Should Join the CCNA(200-301)Training Program?
CCNA is a Cisco training program that offers industry-based practical networking certification in the arena of network administrators, network support analysts, specially designed for network administrators executives, or beginners. The CCNA(200-301) program is valid for all IT-based working professionals with experience in networking, and those who already have experience in networking can enhance their Cisco skills.
Network Administrators Professionals
At the initial stage of learning, networking can be a challenging task to get yourself to excel as a networking professional. GICSEH Delhi facilitates a strong foundation for the new network professionals in CCNA Training in Delhi. The CCNA course includes broad understanding, covering all topics in a way that prepares you for the CCNA 200-301 exams and getting certifications.
Certification For Experience network administrators
The networking arena is coherently developing with Cisco technologies through routing and switching that has been around for a long period. In the fast-paced IT and electronics industries, more effective and innovative technologies are changing their pace rapidly., replacing the previous technologies. Hence, it requires constant knowledge upgrades through certification for CCNA professionals, which will enhance their networking capabilities. CCNA training in Delhi will help professionals upgrade their skills and training for the advanced CCNA certification and program.
You'll get through the fundamentals of CCNA with each training session specifically designed for CCNA 200-301 certification. There are quality study materials and assessments that help increase your learning. Each training session includes downloadable practice labs with prescribed instructions clearly mentioning how to learn hands-on CLI configuration skills. CCNA 200-301 certifications course is recommended before starting a high level of CCNP, CCIE, and other security-related certifications.
How to prepare for the CCNA Exam?
In order to achieve the certificate of CCNA successfully, one has to clear the 200-301 exam as prescribed according to CISCO. After clearing the exam, you will also be eligible for CCNA Routing & Switching certificate. After scoring the CCNA Routing and Switching certificate, you are likely to install, monitor, and troubleshoot network devices, etc. The desirable need to have at least fundamental knowledge of IP addresses is required. CCNA is a more crucial part of networking; hence, questions are asked in the examination related to Routing and Switching, Network Subnetting, etc. You may also refer to books or online material related to networking, practice sets, etc.
CCNA training in Delhi
Getting the CCNA training on the right platform makes your certification journey much easier. For the CCNA certification, you need to enroll yourself in a training institute and GICSEH is one of the best training institutes in Delhi, where you can train yourself according to the industry demand under experienced mentors, thereby enabling you to get placed under reputed MNCs. CCNA exam includes both theoretical and practical knowledge of the course, which enables you to work in a company, solving robust networking issues and bugs. That is why GICSEH remained more focused and believes in providing practical training to its students, along with theoretical knowledge. No doubt, GICSEH, offers the best CCNA training in Delhi, where you can kick your networking journey with a great career ahead.
GICSEH institute at Delhi is a certification training provider that has trained more than thousands of students for the CCNA exam, who have cleared the exam with great ease too. Also, GICSEH has industry experts with more than 25+ years of IT experience. GICSEH Delhi adopts a step-by-step approach that includes online courses, lab training, and practice assessments. The CCNA course at Delhi is completely designed to prepare you for CCNA certification.