This course will help you learn how to install, repair, upgrade, configure, optimise and troubleshoot on PCs and operating systems. These courses meet the requirements to pass 100-105 ICND1® and 200-105 ICND2® in order to gain a CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) certification.
Cisco Systems is a leading manufacturer of networking technology. They are a global leader in their industry and gaining certified, professional networking skills will lead to a rewarding career in IT. This course is for anyone wishing to pursue a career in IT network support or network management and who want to gain the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Certification.
Awarded 90 CPD points upon successful completion
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The Routing and Switching Fundamentals Part 1 and 2 brought to you by Pitman Training is the course for you if you are looking to pass the Cisco CCNA exam and build a career in network management or support in a Cisco environment.
This course provides knowledge and skills to make connections to remote sites via a WAN, understand basic security threats and the requirements for wireless network access. It covers the use of these protocols: IP, EIGRP, Frame Relay, RIPv2, VLANs, Ethernet, and access control lists (ACLs).
Upon completion you will receive a Pitman Training Course Completion certificate* and you’ll have all the necessary training you need to go on to complete the Cisco CCNA exams – which will enable you to demonstrate to employers that you have the necessary skills to do the job.
What’s more, with this accreditation on your CV, you’ll be able to increase your earning potential working within a thriving IT networking department.
Session 1: Introduction, Network Models, Infrastructure Components, Topologies and Troubleshooting, IPv4 Addressing, IPv4 Subnetting, IPv4 Address Types, IPv6 Addressing, IPv6 Addressing Types.
Session 2: Switching Concepts, Ethernet and Troubleshooting, Configure Layer 2 Protocols, Port Security.
Session 3: Routing Concepts, Routing Tables, Routing Configurations, Setting Up IPv4 Routes, Setting Up IPv6 Routes, RIPv2 for IPv4.
Session 4: Infrastructure Services, DHCP, NTP, ACL, NAT.
Session 5: Device Monitoring and Management, Initial Device Configuration, Device Maintenance, IOS Tools, Course Recap.
Session 1: Introduction, VLANs, STP Protocols and Features, EtherChannels, Switch Stacking and Threat Mitigation, Session 1 Recap.
Session 2: Inter-VLAN Routing, Routing Protocol Types, OSPF, EIGRP, Session 2 Recap.
Session 3: PPP and MLPPP, Client-Side PPPoE, GRE Tunnels, WAN Topology Options, WAN Access Connectivity Options, Session 3 Recap.
Session 4: HSRP, Cloud Resources, QoS, IPv4 ACLs, IPv6 ACLs, Session 4 Recap.
Session 5: Device Monitoring Protocols, Troubleshoot Connectivity, Device Management, Network Programmability, Session 5 and Course Recap.
The aim of this course is to combine both the ICND1 and ICND2 training courses into one to help you gain a CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) Certification.
Once you have this qualification you’ll have a globally recognised, professional qualification to verify your skills in IT Networking.
There are no pre-requisites required.
The CCNA qualification can lead to jobs such as Network Engineer, Senior Network Administrator, IT Security Analyst etc.