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CCNA R&S Course

In 2019, the enterprises are more focus on architectures and the role of "Network Engineer". CCNA Routing and Switching certification will guarantee you remain relevant with the skill sets required for the adoption of next generation technologies.

You will be certified by the networking leader that helps you stand out with your employer.


Course Ingredients

1.Network fundamentalsSetup
2.An Implementing local area networks (LAN) & Internet connectivity
3.Managing network device security
4.An implementing WAN
5.An IPv6 connectivity


Benefits of CCNA R&S Certification:

1. Installation
2. Configuration
3. Operation
4. Troubleshooting
5. IP data network operation
6. LAN switching technology
7. IP addresses
8. IP routing technology
9. IP services
10. Network device security
11. Troubleshooting
12. WAN technology


CCNA R&S Roles & Responsibilities:

1. Network Engineer
2. Network Administrator
3. Sr. Network Engineer
4. Information Technology (IT) Manager
5. Software Engineer
6. Systems Engineer (Computer Networking / IT)
7. System Administrator, Computer / Network


CCNA R&S Salary

The average salary (Source) for Certification: Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Rs 399K

Course Content

Total hours:60 Hours

  • 1. Basic networking Concepts /Network Devices

  • 2. Aboot cisco & ccna(exam &career paths)

  • 3. TCP/IP ADDRESSING

  • 4. Private & public ip

  • 5. Understanding LAN Connectivity

  • 6. Introduction to CISCO Routers

  • 7. Basic command/Mode of Cisco routers

  • 8. Understanding WAN connections

  • 9. Rules to assign the ip address on cisco routers

  • 10. Troubleshooting Connectivity

  • 11. WAN protocals (PPP/HDLC)

  • 12. PPP Authentication (PAP/CHAP)

  • 13. Subnetting

  • 14. FLSM Examples

  • 15. Understanding /Value

  • 16. VLSM examples

  • 17. Subnetting Questions

  • 18. Routing

  • 19. Static Routing

  • 20. Default Routing

  • 21. Dynamic routing

  • 22. Clasfull/Classless

  • 23. RIP v1/v2

  • 24. Administrative Distance

  • 25. Autnomous system number

  • 26. EIGRP

  • 27. OSPF

  • 28. OSPF Areas

  • 29. Access Control List

  • 30. Network Address Translation

  • 31. Basic switching Concepts

  • 32. Cisco Design Hierarchy

  • 33. Initial configuration of a switch

  • 34. VIRTUAL LAN

  • 35. Trunking

  • 36. Dynamic Trunking protocol

  • 37. Inter-VLAN routing

  • 38. Inter-VLAN routing using subinterfaces

  • 39. Inter-VLAN routing using SVi( multilayer switches)

  • 40. Native VLAN

  • 41. Extended Vlan

  • 42. Voice Vlan

  • 43. Native Vlan

  • 44. Vlan Trunking Protocol (VTP)

  • 45. Spanning-tree Protocol

  • 46. VLAN and Trunks

  • 47. Inter-vlan Routing

  • 48. Spanning-tree protocol

  • 49. Ether-channel (Port-channel)

  • 50. Spanning-tree Portfast/BPDU Guard

  • 51. Rapid STP

  • 52. Access control list

  • 53. Named ACL (standared/extended)

  • 54. Network addres translation

  • 55. IPV6

  • 56. Static and Default IPV6 routing

  • 57. OSPFv3

  • 58. EIGRP FOR IPV6

  • 59. DHCP on Cisco Routers

  • 60. Logging on Cisco routers

  • 61. Network Time Protocol

  • 62. Switchport Analyser (SPAN)

  • 63. First Hop Redundancy Protocols (HSRP)

  • 64. Port-Security

  • 65. DHCP Snooping overview

  • 66. WLAN Technologies

  • 67. Leased Lines

  • 68. Metroethernet

  • 69. Introduction to MPLS technology

  • 70. Virtual private network (GRE, DMVPN, IPsec)

  • 71. Multilink Point to point Protocol

  • 72. PPPoE Overview

  • 73. Password reverting on Cisco routers

  • 74. Restore IOS in Rommon Mode

  • 75. Quality of Service - Overview

  • 76. OSI Reference Model & TCP/IP

  • 77. Troubleshooting Connectivity

  • 78. Troubleshooting VLAN/Trunking

  • 79. Troubleshooting Routing (static /Default/Dynamic)

  • 80. CCNA Routing &Switching Workbook: Mock Lab

  • 81. CCNA Mock Lab (Subnetting/IP Configuration)

  • 82. CCNA Mock Lab (PPP Authentication

  • 83. CCNA Mock Lab (EIGRP/OSPF)

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