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  • #0 CCNA BootCamp Overview Wildan Maulana wildan.m@openthinklabs.com http://workshop.openthinklabs.com
  • Contents at A Glance● Internetworking● Internet Protocols● IP Subnetting and Variable Length Subnet Masks (VLSMs)● Introduction to Cisco IOS● IP Routing● Enhanced IGRP (EIGRP) and Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)● Layer 2 Switching● Virtual LANS (VLANs)● Managing a Cisco Internetwork● Managing Traffic with Access Lists● Wide Area Networking Protocols
  • Internetworking● Internetworking Basics ● Ethernet Networking● Internetworking Models ● Half- and Full-Duplex ● The Layered Approach Ethernet ● Advantages of References Models ● Ethernet at the Data Link Layer● The OSI Reference Models ● The Application Layer ● Ethernet at the Physical ● The Presentation Layer Layer ● The Session Layer ● Ethernet Cabling The Transport Layer Straight-Through Cable ● ● ● The Network Layer ● The Data Link Layer ● Crossover Cable ● The Physical Layer ● Rolled Cable
  • Internetworking● Wireless Networking ● Summary● Data Encapsulation ● Exam Essentials● The Cisco Three- ● Written Lab 1 Layer Hierarchical ● Written Lab 1.1 : OSI Model Questions ● Written Lab 1.2 : ● The Core Layer Defining the OSI Layers ● The Distribution Layer and Devices ● The Access Layer ● Written Lab 1.3 : Identifying Collision and Broadcast Domains
  • Internet Protocols● TCP/IP and the DOD Model ● Broadcast Address ● The Process/Application Layer Protocols ● Introduction to ● The Host-to-Host Layer Network Address Protocols Translation (NAT) ● The Internet Layer Protocols● Binary to Decimal and ● Summary Hexadecimal Conversion● IP Addressing ● Exam Essentials ● IP Terminology ● Written Lab 2 The Hierarchical IP Addressing Review Questions ● ● Scheme ● Private IP Address
  • IP Subnetting and Variable Length Subnet Masks (VLSMs)● Subnetting Basics ● Variable Length Subnet Masks ● IP Subnet-Zero (VLSMs) ● VLSM Design ● How to Create Subnets ● Implementing VLSM Networks ● Subnet Masks ● Summarization ● Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR) ● Troubleshooting IP Addressing● Subnetting Class C Addresses ● Determining IP Address Problems ● The Binary Method : Subnetting ● Summary a Class C Addresses ● Exam Essentials ● The Fast Way : Subnetting a ● Written Lab 3 Class C Addresses ● Review Questions ● Subnetting Class B Addresses ● Subnetting Class A Addresses
  • Introduction to the Cisco IOS● The Cisco Router User ● Router and Switch Interface Administrative Functions ● Cisco Router IOS ● Hostnames ● Connecting to a Cisco Router ● Banners ● Bringing Up a Router ● Setting Passwords ● Setup Mode ● Encrypting Your Passwords● Command Line Interface ● Descriptions ● Logging into the Router ● Overview of Router Modes ● Router Interface ● CLI Prompts ● Brining Up an Interface ● Editing and Help Features ● Configuring an IP Address on ● Gathering Basic Routing an Interface Information ● Serial Interface Commands
  • Introduction to the Cisco IOS● Viewing, Saving, and ● Hands-on Labs Erasing ● Hands-on Lab 4.1 : Logging into a Router Configurations ● Hands-on Lab 4.2 : Using the ● Verifying Your Help and Editing Features Configuration ● Hands-on Lab 4.3 : Saving a Router Configuration● Summary ● Hands-on Lab 4.4 : Setting Your Passwords● Exam Essentials ● Hands-on Lab 4.5 : Setting● Written Lab 4 the Hostname, Descriptions, IP Address,and Clock Rate ● Review Questions
  • IP Routing● Routing Basics ● Routing Protocol Basics● The IP Routing Process ● Administrative Distances ● Testing Your IP Routing ● Routing Protocols Understanding ● Distance-Vector Routing ● IP Routing in a Larger Protocols Network ● Routing Loops● Configuring IP Routing in ● Maximum Hop Count Our Network ● Split Horizon ● Static Routing ● Route Poisoning ● Default Routing ● Holddowns ● Dynamic Routing
  • IP Routing● Routing Information ● Interior Gateway Protocol (RIP) Routing Interfaces (IGRP) ● RIP Timers ● IGRP Timers ● Configuring RIP Routing ● Configuring IGRP Routing ● Verifying the RIP Routing Tables ● Verifying the IGRP Routing Tables ● Holding Down RIP ● Troubleshooting IGRP Propagations ● Using Both RIP and ● RIP Version 2 (RIPv2) IGRP
  • IP Routing● Verifying Your ● Summary Configurations ● Exam Essentials ● The show protocols ● Written Lab 5 Command ● Hands-on Labs ● The show ip protocols ● Hands-on Lab 5.1 : Creating Command Static Routes ● Hands-on Lab 5.2 : Dynamic ● The debug ip rip Routing with RIP Command ● Hands-on Lab 5.3 : Dynamic ● The debug ip igrp Routing with IGRP Command ● Review Questions
  • Enhanced IGRP (EIGRP) and Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)● EIGRP Features and Operation ● Configuring EIGRO ● Protocol-Dependant Modules ● Lab_A Neighbor Discovery Lab_B ● ● ● Reliable Transport Protocol (RTP) ● Lab_C ● Diffusing Update Algorithm (DUAL) ● Configuring Discontiguous Network● Using EIGRP to Support Large Networks ● Verifying EIGRP ● Multiple Ases ● Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) ● VLSM Support and Summarization Basic ● Route Discovery and Maintenance ● OSPF Terminology ● SPF Tree Calculation ● Configuring OSPF ● Enabling OSPF ● Configuring OSPF Areas
  • Enhanced IGRP (EIGRP) and Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)● Verifying OSPF Configuration ● Troubleshooting OSPF ● The show ip ospf Command ● Configuring EIGRP and OSPF ● The show ip ospf database Summary Routes Command ● Summary ● The show ip ospf interface Command ● Exam Essentials ● The show ip ospf neighbor ● Written Lab 6 Command ● Hands-on Lab● OSPF and Loopback Interfaces ● Hands-on Lab 6.1 : Configuring and ● Configuring Loopback Interfaces Verifying EIGRP ● Verifying Loopbacks and RIDs ● Hands-on Lab 6.2 : Enabling the OSPF Process ● Hands-on Lab 6.3 : Configuring OSPF Neighbors ● Hands-on Lab 6.4 : Verifying OSPF Operation ● Review Questions
  • Layer 2 Switching● Before Layer 2 Switching ● Configuring the Catalyst 1900 and 2950 Switches● Switching Services ● 1900 and 2950 Switch Startup ● Limitations of Layer 2 Switching ● Setting the Passwords Setting the Hostname ● Bridging vs. LAN Switching ● ● Setting IP Information ● Three Switch Functions at Layer 2 ● Configuring Interface Descriptions● Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) ● Setting Port Security on a Catalyst Switch ● Spanning Tree Terms ● Erasing the Switch Configuration Summary Spanning Tree Operations ● ● ● Exam Essentials ● Spanning Tree Example ● Written Lab 7● LAN Switch Type ● Hands-on Labs ● Cut-Through (Real Time) ● Hands-on Lab 7.1 : Switch Basic Administrative Configurations ● Fragment Free (Modified Cut- Through) ● Hands-on Lab 7.2 : Verifying the Switch Configurations ● Store-and-Forward ● Review Configurations
  • Virtual LANs (VLANs)● VLAN Basics ● VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP) ● VTP Modes of Operation ● Broadcast Control ● VTP Pruning ● Security ● Routing between VLANs ● Flexibility and Scalability ● Configuring VLANs ● Assigning Switch Ports to VLANs● VLAN Memberships ● Configuring Trunk Ports ● Static VLANs ● Configuring Inter-VLAN Routing ● Configuting VTP ● Dynamic VLANs ● Troubleshooting VTP● Identifying VLANs ● Configuring Switching in Our Sample Internetwork ● Frame Tagging ● Summary ● VLAN Identification Methods ● Exam Essentials ● Inter-Switch Link (ISL) Protocol ● Written Lab 8 ● Review Questions
  • Managing a Cisco Internetwork● The Internal Components of a Cisco ● Backing Up and Restoring the Cisco Router Configuration● The Router Boot Sequence ● Backing Up the Cisco Router Configuration● Managing Configuration Registers ● Restoring the Cisco Router Configuration ● Understanding the Configuration ● Erasing the Configuration Register Bits ● Using Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) ● Checking the Current Configuration Register Value ● Getting CDP Timers and Holdtime ● Changing the Configuration Register Information ● Recovering Passwords ● Gathering Neighbor Information ● Gathering Interface Traffic Information ● Gathering Port and Interface Information
  • Managing a Cisco Internetwork● Using Telnet ● Summary ● Telnetting into Multiple Devices ● Exam Essentials Simultaneously ● Written Lab 9 ● Checking Telnet Connections ● Hands-on Labs ● Checking Telnet Users ● Hands-on Lab 9.1 : Backing Up Your Router IOS ● Closing Telnet Sessions ● Hands-on Lab 9.2 : Upgrading or● Resolving Hostnames Restoring Your Router IOS ● Building a Host Table ● Hands-on Lab 9.3 : Backing Up the Router Configuration ● Using DNS to Resolve Names ● Hands-on Lab 9.4 : Using the Cisco● Checking Network Connectivity Discovery Protocol (CDP) ● Hands-on Lab 9.5 : Using telnet ● Using the ping Command ● Hands-on Lab 9.6 : Resolving ● Using the traceroute Command Hostnames ● Review Questions
  • Managing Traffic with Access Lists● Introduction to Access Lists ● Named Access Lists● Standard Access Lists ● Extended Access List Example 1 ● Extended Access List Example 2 ● Wildcard Masking ● Standard Access List Example ● Named Access List ● Controlling VTY (Telnet) Access ● Monitoring Access List● Extended Access Lists ● Summary ● Extended Access Lists Example 1 ● Exam Essentials ● Extended Access Lists Example 2 ● Written Lab 10 ● Hands-on Labs ● Hands-on Lab 10.1 : Standard IP Access Lists ● Hands-on Lab 10.2 : Extended IP Access Lists ● Review Questions
  • Wide Area Networking Protocols● Introduction to Wide Area ● Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) Networks ● Link Control Protocol (LCP) ● Defining WAN Terms Configuration Options ● WAN Connection Types ● PPP Session Establishment ● WAN Support ● PPP Authentication Methods● Cabling the Wide Area Network ● Configuring PPP on Cisco Routers ● Serial Transmission ● Configuring PPP Authentication ● Data Terminal Equipment and Data Communication Equipment ● Verifying PPP Encapsulations ● Fixed and Modular Interfaces● High-Level Data-Link Control (HDLC) Protocol
  • Wide Area Networking Protocols● Frame Relay ● Dial-on-Deman Routing (DDR) ● Configuring DDR ● Introduction to Frame Relay ● Optional Commands Technology ● DDR with Access Lists Verifying ISDN Operations ● Frame Relay Implementation ● and Monitoring ● Summary ● Written Lab 11● Integrated Services Digital ● Hands-on Labs Network (ISDN) ● Hands-on Lab 11.1 : Configuring PPP Encapsulation and Authentication ● ISDN Connections ● Hands-on Lab 11.2 : Configuring and ● ISDN Components Monitoring HDLC ● Hands-on Lab 11.3 : Configuring Frame- ● Basic Rate Interface (BRI) Relay and Subinterfaces Hands-on Lab 11.4 : Configuring ISDN and Primary Rate Interface (PRI) ● ● BRI Interfaces ● ISDN with Cisco Routers ● Review Questions
  • Reference● CCNATM : Cisco® Certified Network Associate Study Guide 5th Edition, Todd Lammle, http://amzn.to/kWV3RD
  • Q&A