CCNA 1—Networking Basics


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CCNA 1—Networking Basics

  1. 1. Certificate of Course Completion CCNA 1—Networking Basics During the Cisco® Networking Academy® CCNA 1 course administered by the undersigned instructor, the student was able to proficiently: • Define and install the hardware and software required to be able • Explain how collisions are detected and the concepts to communicate across a network associated with autonegotiation on an Ethernet system • Demonstrate the mathematical skills required to work • Define and describe the structure and technologies of effortlessly with integer decimal, binary, and hexadecimal computer networking systems numbers and simple binary logic • Describe networking topologies and physical issues • Define and describe the structure and technologies of associated with cabling common LANs Linda Agustina computer networks • Describe the principles and practice of switching on an Student's Name • Describe the meaning and application of the term “bandwidth” Ethernet network September 30, 2007 when used in networking • Describe how the protocols associated with TCP/IP allow host • Describe, compare, and contrast network communications using communication to occur Date two examples of layered models • Explain and demonstrate the mechanics associated with Haryadi Amran Darwito • Describe the physical, electrical, and mechanical properties IP addressing Instructor and the standards associated with copper and optical media used in networks • Describe how an IP address is associated with a device Electronic Engineering Polytechnic interface and the association between physical and logical Institute of Surabaya ITS • Describe what is required to install a simple WLAN addressing Academy Name • Explain the issues associated with the transmission of signals • Describe the principles and practice of packet switching using on networking media the Internet Protocol (IP) Surabaya • Describe the topologies and physical issues associated with • Describe the concepts associated with routing and the Location cabling common LANs different methods and protocols used to achieve it • Describe the physical issues associated with cabling • Describe the fundamental concepts associated with transport networking equipment to work over a WAN link layer protocols and compare the connectionless approach to • Explain the fundamental concepts associated with the Ethernet transport with the connection-oriented one media access technique • List the major TCP/IP application protocols and briefly define Instructor's Signature their features and operation