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This course will lead to a CISCO Certification (CCNA). This is the CISCO: Fundamental of Internetworking and WAN Configuration but with more in-depth information for those of you who are looking for a …

This course will lead to a CISCO Certification (CCNA). This is the CISCO: Fundamental of Internetworking and WAN Configuration but with more in-depth information for those of you who are looking for a deeper knowledge base or an additional certification. I world technology is the no 1 training provider for this cisco certification courses.

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  • 1. Contact: +603 2710 0038 Page 1I World TechnologySoftware Training center MalaysiaContact - +603-2710 0038Course - Cisco Certified Network Associate TrainingFind US - http://i-world-technology.com/contactus.html
  • 2. Contact: +603 2710 0038 Page 2: +603 2710 0038Cisco Certified Network Associate Course Outline:1. Internetworking Internetworking Basics Internetworking Models OSI Reference Model Ethernet Networking Ethernet Cabling Data Encapsulation The Cisco Three-Layer Hierarchical Model2. Introduction to TCP/IP TCP/IP and the DoD Model IP Addressing Broadcast Addresses Introduction to Network Address Translation (NAT)3. Subnetting ,Variable Length Subnet Masks(VLSMs) , and Troubleshooting TCP/IP Subnetting Basics Variable Length Subnet Masks ( VLSMs) Troubleshooting IP Addressing4. Cisco’s Internetworking Operating System ( IOS)and Security Device Manager ( SDM ) The IOS User Interface Command-Line Interface ( CLI) Router and Switch Administrative Configurations Router Interfaces Viewing, Saving, and Erasing Configurations Cisco’s Security Device Manager ( SDM )5. Managing a Cisco Internetwork The Internal Components of Cisco Router The Router Boot Sequence Managing Configuration Register Backing Up and Restoring the Cisco IOS Backing Up and Restoring the Cisco Configuration Using Cisco Discovery Protocol ( CDP ) Using Telnet Resolving Hostnames Checking Network Connectivity and Troubleshooting6. IP Routing Routing Basics The IP Routing Process Configuring IP Routing in Our Network Dynamic Routing Distance-Vector Routing Protocols Routing Information Protocol ( RIP ) Interior Gateway Routing Protocol ( IGRP ) Verifying Your Configurations
  • 3. Contact: +603 2710 0038 Page 3: +603 2710 00387. Enhanced IGRP ( EIGRP) and Open ShortestPath First ( OSPF ) EIGRP Features and Operation Using EIGRP to Support Large Networks Configuring EIGRP Load Balancing with EIGRP Verifying EIGRP Open Shortest Path First ( OSPF )Basics Configuring OSPF Verifying OSPF Configuration OSPF DR and BDR Elections OSPF and Loopback Interfaces8. Layer 2 Switching and Spanning Tree Protocol ( STP ) Before Layer 2 Switching Switching Services Spanning Tree Protocol ( STP ) Configuring Catalyst Switches Cisco Network Assistant9. Virtual LANs ( VLANs ) VLAN Basics VLAN Memberships Identifying VLANs VLAN Trunking Protocol ( VTP ) Routing between VLANs Configuring VLANs Configuring VTP Telephony: Configuring Voice VLANs Using the CNA to Configure VLANs and Inter-VLAN Routing10. Security Perimeter, Firewall and Internal Routers Recognizing Security Threats Mitigating Security Threats Introduction to Access Lists Standard Access Lists Extended Access Lists Advanced Access Lists Monitoring Access Lists Configuring Access Lists Using SDM11. Network Address Translation ( NAT ) When Do We Use NAT ? Types of Network Address Translation NAT Names
  • 4. Contact: +603 2710 0038 Page 4: +603 2710 0038 How NAT Works Testing and Troubleshooting NAT Configuring NAT on Our Internetwork Configuring NAT Using SDM12. Ciscos Wireless Technologies Introduction to Wireless Technology Ciscos Unified Wireless Solution Configuring Our Wireless Internetwork13. Internet Protocol Version 6 ( IPv6 ) Why Do We Need IPv6 ? The Benefits and Uses of IPv6 IPv6 Addressing and Expressions How IPv6 Works in an Internetwork IPv6 Routing Protocols Migrating to IPv6 Configuring IPv6 on Our Internetwork14. Wide Area Networks Introduction to Wide Area Networks Cable and DSL Cabling the Serial Wide Area Network High-Level Data-Link Control ( HDLC ) Protocol Point- to-Point Protocol ( PPP ) Frame Relay Using SDM for WAN Connections Virtual Private Networks