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Sajjad Ahmed

CCNA, BSCI, MCITP, MCTS. MCP, MCSA server 2012 and MCSE 2012
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CCNA Routing & Switching
Cisco Certified Network Associate program
Cisco CCNAIn the IT industry, the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) program is hugely popular and is in fact Cisco’s most popular certification. CCNA was introduced in April 1998 and is the entry-level certification for the Cisco Career Certification Program. Cisco’s globally recognized certifications certify the competence of Internetworking professionals in the areas of routing, switching and connectivity. And CCNA is the first step in this route.
The significance of CCNA isn’t just because it is the first step for Cisco certification, but it is in addition proof of a solid foundation in networking. It is a prerequisite for CCNP, CCDP, CCIP, CCIP and CCSP certifications, and then recommended for CCIE certification.  Get CCNA Training in 30 Hours: Register Now

Topics Includes:

  • Networking Fundamentals
  • Router Basic
  • Operating Cisco Devices
  • Cisco Discovery protocol
  • Terminal Network
  • Catalyst Switch
  • Virtual LAN (VLANs)
  • Spanning –Tree Protocol (STP)
  • Configuring IP access Lists
  • TCP/IP (Subnetting)
  • Cisco Wireless Technologies
  • Practical Labs
    • LAB 1 – Basic Router Configuration
    • LAB 2 – Advanced Router Configuration
    • LAB 3 – Set Passwords (For Router, Switch, Console port, Auxiliary port)
    • LAB 4 – VTY (Virtual Terminal)
    • LAB 5 – CDP (Cisco Discovery protocol)
    • LAB 6 – TELNET (Terminal Network)
    • LAB 7 – TFTP (Trivial File Transfer Protocol)
    • LAB 8 – RIP (Routing Information Protocol)
    • LAB 9 – IGRP (Interior Gateway Routing Protocol)
    • LAB 10 – EIGRP (Enhance Interior Gateway Routing Protocol)
    • LAB 11 – OSPF (Open Shortest Protocol First)
    • LAB 12 – Catalyst 1900 Switch Configuration
    • LAB 13 – Vlans and TRUNKING (Catalyst 2950 Switches)
    • LAB 14 – Catalyst 2950 Switch Configuration
    • LAB 15 – Vlans and TRUNKING (Catalyst 2950 Switches)
    • LAB 16 – IP ACCESS-LISTS
    • LAB 17 – HDLC & PPP (PAP & CHAP)
    • LAB 18 – FRAME RELAY
    • LAB 18 – DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)
    • LAB 19 – Password Recovery Method

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