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CCNA Training Institute in Ghaziabad

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CCNA has main focus on routing topics and switching topics, now a days if you are planning for the job in India and after some job experience if we are planning our job in abroad then easily can join anywhere. If will take example of routing protocols then are some division of routing protocol. Routing protocol divided in three parts, first is static routing, second is dynamic routing and last will be the default routing protocol. Static routing entry will be the manual, means for every remote network need to put the entry, if will discuss about the dynamic routing then again divided in many parts, first will be link state routing protocol also called LSRP, second will be the distance vector routing protocol also called DVRP and last is hybrid routing protocol also called HRP. Other routing protocol was default routing protocol. Default routing protocol has common entry of the network. We can run the command on router to configure the routing protocol. Take some example of command.

Command to run routing information protocol
Router rip
Network x.x.x.x
Network x.x.x.x

There are three version of rip, ripv1, ripv2 and ripng(routing information protocol next generation)

Command to run routing information protocol version 2
Router rip
Version 2
Network x.x.x.x
Network x.x.x.x

If you want to run ripng then can run on behalf of interfaces, not on behalf of the network.

If you want to run eigrp then command to configure eigrp will be
Router eigrp 100
Network x.x.x.x
Network x.x.x.x
No auto-summary

We need to run above command on directly connected network. But definitely command will change, if we want to run ipv6 along with any other routing protocol. There are some capacity of the router and its routing protocol. Rip has maximum limit upto 15th router. Means can run up to 15 router then after 15 router, network will be unreachable. Eigrp has maximum limit up to 255 but will be good for the successor path and feasible successor path. Eigrp will use autonomous system number. Autonomous system will be belong to 1 to 65536. Autonomous system will be like group of router present with single administrative entity.

If will talk about the OSPF then it is the open standard so can support any company router. Command to configure ospf is
Router ospf 100
Network x.x.x.x x.x.x.x area 0
Network x.x.x.x .x.x.x.x area 0

OSPF network has area, means group of router present with the area, one area can not communicate with the other area but yes we have feature to communicate with each other. One autonomous system can communicate with other autonomous system with the help of ASBR also called autonomous system border router. OSPF has no any limitation to run the network means maximum can support any router, maximum hop count will be unlimited.

BGP also can run, BGP is the internet largest protocol of routing. If we want to run routing protocol on router then need to run the command with beginning.

Suppose there are two routers, which is connected to each other then can run following commands, Suppose router1 can connected with router2 then can use below command
Configure Terminal
Interface fastethernet 0/0
Ip add
No shut
Int s0/0/0
Ip add
No shut
Clock rate 9600

If end device will connect to the router, then need to configure ip address to the computer, subnet mask to the computer, default gateway to the computer, need to configure dns ip address, alternate ip address to the network. We can also make router as a dhcp server. If will make router as a dhcp server then router will be behave like server. Router will be able to provide ip address to any device in the network, router has a capacity to provide ip address to the local area network also ip address to wide area network.

Course Outline

CCNA Syllabus or Outline(Exam Code 200-125)
Module 1 Understanding Networks and their Building Blocks
Day1 - Introduction to Networks
Day2 - Networking Types
Day3 - OSI Reference Model
Day4 - TCP/IP Model
Day5 - Ethernet Technologies and Cabling
Day6 - Cisco 3 Layer Model
Day7 - Summary

Module 2 IP Addressing and Subnets
Day1 - IP Addresses – Composition, Types and Classes
Day2 - Private and Public IP addresses
Day3 - Subnetting
Day4 - Variable Length Subnet Masks (VLSM)
Day5 - Route Summarization
Day6 - Troubleshooting IP Addressing

Module 3 Introduction to Cisco Routers, Switches and IOS
Day1 - Introduction to Cisco Routers, Switches, IOS & the Boot Process
Day2 - Using the Command-Line Interface (CLI)
Day3 - Basic Configuration of Router and Switches
Day4 - Configuring Router Interfaces
Day5 - Gathering Information and Verifying Configuration
Day6 - Configuring DNS & DHCP
Day7 - Saving, Erasing, Restoring and Backing up Configuration & IOS File
Day8 - Password Recovery on a Cisco Router
Day9 - Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)
Day10 - Using Telnet on IOS
Day11 - CCNA Lab #1

Module 4 Introduction to IP Routing
Day1 - Understanding IP Routing
Day2 - Static, Default and Dynamic Routing
Day3 - Administrative Distance and Routing Metrics
Day4 - Classes of Routing Protocols
Day5 - Routing Loops
Day6 - Route Redistribution
Day7 - Static and Default Route Lab

Module 5 Routing Protocols
Day1 - RIPv1 & RIPv2
Day2 - Configuring RIPv1 & RIPv2
Day3 - Verifying and Troubleshooting RIP
Day4 - Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP)
Day5 - Configuring EIGRP
Day6 - Verifying and Troubleshooting EIGRP
Day7 - Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)
Day8 - Configuring OSPF
Day9 - Verifying and Troubleshooting OSPF
Day10 - EIGRP and OSPF Summary & Redistribution Routes
Day11 - Lab 5-1: RIP
Day12 - Lab 5-2: EIGRP
Day13 - Lab 5-3: OSPF

Module 6 Switching and Spanning Tree Protocol
Day1 - Understanding Switching and Switches
Day2 - Initial Configuration of a Catalyst Switch
Day3 - Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
Day4 - Cisco’s additions to STP (Portfast)
Day5 - Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP) – 802.1w
Day6 - Per-VLAN Spanning Tree Plus (PVST+) and Per-VLAN RSTP (Rapid-PVST)
Day7 - EtherChannel
Day8 - Lab 6-1 – Port Security
Day9 - Lab 6-2 – STP

Module 7 VLANs and VTP
Day1 - MAC Address Table
Day2 - Virtual LANs (VLANs)
Day3 - Types of Switch Ports
Day4 - VLAN Trunking: ISL and 802.1Q
Day5 - VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP)
Day6 - Inter-VLAN Routing
Day7 - VLAN Configuration
Day8 - Inter-VLAN Routing Configuration
Day9 - VTP Troubleshooting
Day10 - Voice VLAN Configuration

Module 8 Network Security
Day1 - Network Security
Day2 - Cisco Firewalls
Day3 -Layer 2 Security
Day4 - AAA Security Services
Day5 - Secure Device Management
Day6 - Secure Communications

Module 9 Access Lists
Day1 - Introduction to Access Lists
Day2 - Standard Access Lists
Day3 - Extended Access Lists
Day4 - Access Lists -Remote Access, Switch Port, Modifying & Helpful Hints
Day5 - Cisco Configuration Professional Initial Setup and Access List Lab

Module 10 Network Address Translation (NAT)
Day1 - Introduction to NAT
Day2 - Static NAT Configuration & Verification
Day3 - Dynamic NAT Configuration
Day4 - NAT Overloading aka Port Address Translation (PAT)
Day5 - NAT Troubleshooting
Day6 - NAT Configuration with Cisco Configuration Professional

Module 11 Wide Area Networks
Day1 - Introduction to Wide-Area Networks
Day2 - Point-to-Point WANs: Layer 1
Day3 - Point-to-Point WANs: Layer 2
Day4 - PPP Concepts
Day5 - PPP Configuration
Day6 -Troubleshooting Serial Links
Day7 - Frame Relay
Day8 - LMI and Encapsulation Types
Day9 - Frame Relay Congestion Control
Day10 - Frame Relay Encapsulation
Day11 - Frame Relay Addressing
Day12 - Frame-Relay Topology Approaches
Day13 - Frame Relay Configuration
Day14 - Other WAN Technologies

Module 12 Virtual Private Networks
Day1 - VPN Concepts
Day2 - Types of VPN
Day3 - Encryption
Day4 - IPsec VPNs
Day5 - SSL VPNs & Tunneling Protocols
Day6 - GRE Tunnels
Day7 - VPN Summary

Module 13 IPv6
Day1 - IPv6 Introduction
Day2 - IPv6 Address Configuration
Day3 - OSPF Version 3
Day4 - EIGRP for IPv6
Day5 - Summary

Module 14 IP Services
Day1 - High Availability – VRRP, HSRP, GLBP
Day2 - Cisco IOS NetFlow
Day3 - Summary

Course Features

  • Duration : 40 Hours
  • Lectures : 20
  • Quiz : 10
  • Students : 15

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