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CCNA Training Institute in Greater Noida

Best CCNA Training Institute in Greater Noida

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Course Summary

CCNA(Cisco Certified Network Associate) is associate level of the certification from Cisco. Exam code is 200-125 with latest version CCNA 3.0. this is also called CCNA Routing and Switching because syllabus is based on routing concept and switching concept. This is the combination of Network Basic, LAN switching concepts, Routing Concepts, WAN Concepts, Network Services, Network Security and Network Management.

Networking concept based on two models, first is ISO-OSI Model and second is TCP/IP Model. There are two important protocol, which works at transport layer of OSI Model. UDP will provide fast data delivery but will be not guarantied. If will discuss about the TCP then will follow, like connection will be establish, data will be transfer and last step connection will be released. This is also called three way hand shaking. ISO gives its osi mode in 1984 and according to OSI, there are seven layers. Layer sequence will be following
1. Physical layer
2. Data link layer
3. Network layer
4. Transport layer
5. Session layer
6. Presentation layer
7. Application layer

If will talk about the TCP/IP model then there are four layers, actually it is summarise form of OSI model. Layers are following as per as TCP/IP Model
1. Link layer
2. Network access layer
3. Internet layer
4. Application layer

Every layers, there are some protocols, there are some devices, there are some address, there are some form of the data. Take example, all the cables and connector works at physical layer of osi model. Switch works at data link layer of osi model, router works at network layer of osi model. If will talk about the address then mac address, it is 48 bit address works at data link layer of osi model. If will talk about the IP Address then ipv4 is 32 bit address and ipv6 is 128 bit of address. In transport layer we have socket number, means it is the combination of ip address and port number. IP address is 32 bit address and port number is 16 bit address so total will be 48 bit address. In application layer there is port number. Port number is 16 bit address.

After this will discuss about the topology of the networking model. There are many kind of the topology, given below
1. Star topology
2. Bus topology
3. Mesh topology
4. Ring topology
5. Logical topology
6. Physical topology
7. Tree topology
8. Hybrid topology

Mesh has two kind of topology, first is partial mesh topology and second is full mesh topology. This is kind of the shape of network. Means how we are connecting our network device to the end devices.

Star topology - central device can connect with all the end devices, central device can be switch or central device can be hub. If there will be any problem in end devices then only end device will effect. If there is any problem in central device then switch or hub will effect. Now a days every small or big company also called enterprise company they have star topology.

Bus topology – now a days, no body using bus topology, only we are using in cable network, means one straight cable connected to end devices, if there will be any problem or trouble in central device then entire network will effect. If there is any problem is end device then only end device will be effected.

Mesh topology - now a days, in all the big network or enterprise network they have mesh topology. Every device connected to every one so it is called mesh topology. Data transfer rate will be very high and it has very strong redundancy of the network but definitely will be very costly compare to other network topology.

Ring topology – it is developed by IBM company. All the computers can connect with ring shape, otherwise there is one other topology, also called dual ring topology. This topology, not using by any person, previous that was using by IBM but now every company, they are using star and mesh topology.

Tree Topology – it is the combination of bus and star topology then it is called tree topology. This is the famous topology in local are network by small company and small organization.

Hybrid Topology – it is the combination of bus, mesh and star topology then it is called hybrid topology. Now a days in lan company they have mix kind of the topology so using Hybrid Topology.


Course Outline

Course details
Assignment, Task and Lecture 1 => Explain network fundamentals and build simple LANs
Assignment, Task and Lecture 2 => Establish Internet connectivity
Assignment, Task and Lecture 3 => Manage and secure network devices
Assignment, Task and Lecture 4 => Operate a medium=>sized LAN with multiple switches, supporting VLANs, trunking, and spanning tree
Assignment, Task and Lecture 5 => Troubleshoot IP connectivity
Assignment, Task and Lecture 6 => Explain how to configure and troubleshoot Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) in an IPv4 environment, and configure EIGRP for IPv6
Assignment, Task and Lecture 7 => Configure and troubleshoot Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) in an IPv4 environment and configure OSPF for IPv6
Assignment, Task and Lecture 8 => Define characteristics, functions, and components of a WAN
Assignment, Task and Lecture 9 => Explain how device management can be implemented
Assignment, Task and Lecture 10 => Understand QoS, virtualization and cloud services, and network programmability related to WAN, access, and core segments.

Prerequisites
Need to recommend that we need following knowledge before starting the CCNA 3.0 Course
a) Must have knowledge of Basic computer literacy
b) Must have knowledge of Basic PC operating system navigation
c) Must have knowledge of Basic Internet usage
d) Must have knowledge of Basic IP addressing
e) Must have knowledge of Good understanding of network fundamentals

Outline or Syllabus
First Week => Building a Simple Network
First Assignment, Task and Lecture => Exploring the Functions of Networking
Second Assignment, Task and Lecture => Understanding the Host to Host Communications Model
Third Assignment, Task and Lecture => Introducing LANs
Fourth Assignment, Task and Lecture => Operating Cisco IOS速 Software
Fifth Assignment, Task and Lecture => Starting a Switch
Sixth Assignment, Task and Lecture => Understanding Ethernet and Switch Operation
Seventh Assignment, Task and Lecture => Troubleshooting Common Switch Media Issues

Second Week => Establishing Internet Connectivity
First Assignment, Task and Lecture => Understanding the TCP/IP Internet Layer
Second Assignment, Task and Lecture => Understanding IP Addressing and Subnets
Third Assignment, Task and Lecture => Understanding the TCP/IP Transport Layer
Forth Assignment, Task and Lecture => Exploring the Functions of Routing
Fifth Assignment, Task and Lecture => Configuring a Cisco Router
Sixth Assignment, Task and Lecture => Exploring the Packet Delivery Process
Seventh Assignment, Task and Lecture => Enabling Static Routing
Eighth Assignment, Task and Lecture => Learning Basics of Access Control Lists (ACLs)
Ninth Assignment, Task and Lecture => Enabling Internet Connectivity

Third Week => Summary Challenge
First Assignment, Task and Lecture => Establish Internet Connectivity
Second Assignment, Task and Lecture => Troubleshoot Internet Connectivity

Fourth week => Implementing Scalable Medium=>Sized Networks
First Assignment, Task and Lecture => Implementing and Troubleshooting VLANs and Trunks
Second Assignment, Task and Lecture => Building Redundant Switched Topologies
Third Assignment, Task and Lecture => Improving Redundant Switched Topologies with EtherChannel
Fourth Assignment, Task and Lecture => Routing Between VLANs
Fifth Assignment, Task and Lecture => Using a Cisco IOS Network Device as a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Server
Sixth Assignment, Task and Lecture => Understanding Layer 3 Redundancy
Seventh Assignment, Task and Lecture => Implementing Routing Information Protocol (RIP) v2

Fifth Week => Introducing IPv6
First Assignment, Task and Lecture => Introducing Basic IPv6
Second Assignment, Task and Lecture => Understanding IPv6 Operation
Third Assignment, Task and Lecture => Configuring IPv6 Static Routes

Sixth Week => Troubleshooting Basic Connectivity
First Assignment, Task and Lecture => Troubleshooting IPv4 Network Connectivity
Second Assignment, Task and Lecture => Troubleshooting IPv6 Network Connectivity

Seventh Week => Implementing Network Device Security
First Assignment, Task and Lecture => Securing Administrative Access
Second Assignment, Task and Lecture => Implementing Device Hardening
Third Assignment, Task and Lecture => Implementing Advanced Security

Eighth Week => Implementing an EIGRP=>Based Solution
First Assignment, Task and Lecture => Implementing EIGRP
Second Assignment, Task and Lecture => Implementing EIGRP for IPv6
Third Assignment, Task and Lecture => Troubleshooting EIGRP

Ninth Week => Summary Challenge
First Assignment, Task and Lecture => Troubleshooting a Medium=>Sized Network
Second Assignment, Task and Lecture => Troubleshooting a Scalable Medium=>Sized Network

Tenth Week => Implement a Scalable OSPF=>Based Solution
First Assignment, Task and Lecture => Understanding OSPF
Second Assignment, Task and Lecture => Implementing Multiarea OSPF IPv4
Third Assignment, Task and Lecture => Implementing OSPFv3 for IPv6
Fourth Assignment, Task and Lecture => Troubleshooting Multiarea OSPF

Eleventh Week => Implementing Wide Area Networks
First Assignment, Task and Lecture => Understanding WAN Technologies
Second Assignment, Task and Lecture => Understanding Point to Point Protocols
Third Assignment, Task and Lecture => Configuring Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE) Tunnels
Fourth Assignment, Task and Lecture => Configuring Single=>Homed External Border Gateway Protocol (EBGP)

Twelfth Week => Network Device Management
First Assignment, Task and Lecture => Implementing Basic Network Device Management
Second Assignment, Task and Lecture => Learning About the Evolution of Intelligent Networks
Third Assignment, Task and Lecture => Introducing QoS
Fourth Assignment, Task and Lecture => Managing Cisco Devices
Fifth Assignment, Task and Lecture => Licensing

Thirteenth week => Summary Challenge
First Assignment, Task and Lecture => Troubleshooting Scalable Multiarea Network
Second Assignment, Task and Lecture => Implementing and Troubleshooting Scalable Multiarea Network

Lab outline or Syllabus
Assignment, Task and Lecture 1 => Get Started with Cisco Command Line Interface (CLI)
Assignment, Task and Lecture 2 => Perform Basic Switch Configuration
Assignment, Task and Lecture 3 => Observe How a Switch Operates
Assignment, Task and Lecture 4 => Troubleshoot Switch Media and Port Issues
Assignment, Task and Lecture 5 => Inspect TCP/IP Applications
Assignment, Task and Lecture 6 => Start with Cisco Router Configuration
Assignment, Task and Lecture 7 => Configure Cisco Discovery Protocol
Assignment, Task and Lecture 8 => Configure Default Gateway
Assignment, Task and Lecture 9 => Explore Packet Forwarding
Assignment, Task and Lecture 10 => Configure and Verify Static Routes
Assignment, Task and Lecture 11 => Configure and Verify ACLs
Assignment, Task and Lecture 12 => Configure a Provider=>Assigned IP Address
Assignment, Task and Lecture 13 => Configure Static Network Address Translation (NAT)
Assignment, Task and Lecture 14 => Configure Dynamic NAT and Port Address Translation (PAT)
Assignment, Task and Lecture 15 => Troubleshoot NAT
Assignment, Task and Lecture 16 => Configure VLAN and Trunk
Assignment, Task and Lecture 17 => Troubleshoot VLAN and Trunk Issues
Assignment, Task and Lecture 18 => Configure Root Bridge and Analyze Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) Topology
Assignment, Task and Lecture 19 => Troubleshoot STP Issues
Assignment, Task and Lecture 20 => Configure and Verify EtherChannel
Assignment, Task and Lecture 21 => Configure a Router on a Stick
Assignment, Task and Lecture 22 => Configure a Cisco Router as a DHCP Server
Assignment, Task and Lecture 23 => Troubleshoot DHCP Issues
Assignment, Task and Lecture 24 => Configure and Verify Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP)
Assignment, Task and Lecture 25 => Troubleshoot HSRP
Assignment, Task and Lecture 26 => Configure and Verify RIPv2
Assignment, Task and Lecture 27 => Troubleshoot RIPv2
Assignment, Task and Lecture 28 => Configure Basic IPv6 Connectivity
Assignment, Task and Lecture 29 => Configure IPv6 Static Routes
Assignment, Task and Lecture 30 => Use Troubleshooting Tools
Assignment, Task and Lecture 31 => Configure SPAN
Assignment, Task and Lecture 32 => Configure and Verify IPv4 Extended Access Lists
Assignment, Task and Lecture 33 => Troubleshoot IPv4 Network Connectivity
Assignment, Task and Lecture 34 => Configure and Verify IPv6 Extended Access Lists
Assignment, Task and Lecture 35 => Troubleshoot IPv6 Network Connectivity
Assignment, Task and Lecture 36 => Enhance Security of Initial Configuration
Assignment, Task and Lecture 37 => Limit Remote Access Connectivity
Assignment, Task and Lecture 38 => Configure and Verify Port Security
Assignment, Task and Lecture 39 => Configure and Verify Network Time Protocol (NTP)
Assignment, Task and Lecture 40 => Configure External Authentication Using Remote Access Dial=>In User Service (RADIUS) and Terminal Access Controller Access Control Service Plus (TACACS+)
Assignment, Task and Lecture 41 => Configure and Verify EIGRP
Assignment, Task and Lecture 42 => Configure and Verify EIGRP for IPv6
Assignment, Task and Lecture 43 => Troubleshoot EIGRP Issues
Assignment, Task and Lecture 44 => Configure and Verify Single=>Area OSPF
Assignment, Task and Lecture 45 => Configure and Verify Multiarea OSPF
Assignment, Task and Lecture 46 => Configure and Verify OSPFv3
Assignment, Task and Lecture 47 => Troubleshoot Multiarea OSPF
Assignment, Task and Lecture 48 => Configure Serial Interface and Point to Point Protocol (PPP)
Assignment, Task and Lecture 49 => Configure and Verify MLP
Assignment, Task and Lecture 50 => Configure and Verify a Point to Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE) Client
Assignment, Task and Lecture 51 => Configure and Verify a GRE Tunnel
Assignment, Task and Lecture 52 => Configure and Verify Single Homed EBGP
Assignment, Task and Lecture 53 => Configure Syslog

Course Features

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