CCNA Routing & Switching

Cisco Certified Network Associate

This is the first level of four successive courses (semesters) , which gradually prepare students for obtaining a commercial industrial certificate 200-125 CCNA

CCNA1 R&S: Introduction to networks

Name of the course:
CCNA1 R&S: Introduction to Networks
Content: 7 -layer RM OSI reference model, basic terminology and concepts in networking technologies . IPv4 addressing space CIDR / VLSM . The basic building blocks of Ethernet network – router, switch), the basic configuration through the CLI . Introduction of Cisco Packet Tracer simulator, crimping and testing of Ethernet cables.
Chapters:
  1. Explore the Network
  2. Configure a Network Operating System
  3. Network Protocols and Communications
  4. Network Access
  5. Ethernet
  6. Network Layer
  7. IP addressing
  8. Subnetting IP Networks
  9. Transport Layer
  10. Application Layer
  11. Build a Small Network
Course duration: Total = 5×4 hour long meetings. The first introductory meeting-introduction of the Netspace environment, orientation in the system, Packet Tracer simulator introduction , 3x4hour long practical exercises , final – theoretical and practical test.

Duration 5-6 weeks.

Prerequisites: Advanced PC and internet skills , good knowledge of English .

After successfully passing the theoretical and practical final exam, student receives a certificate confirming completion of the course.

General information on the structure and content of each class meeting can be found in the  link Courses.

CCNA2 R&S: Routing & Switching Essentials

Name of the course:
CCNA2 R&S: Routing & Switching Essentials
Content: Basic concepts of switched networks , switch configuration , creating of virtual port-based VLANs and routing between them ( Inter VLAN routing Router on the stick, SVI) . Dynamic and static routing and configuration of Cisco routers and switches for IPv4 and IPv6.  Access Control Lists ( ACLs ) , DHCP and NAT for IPv4 – principles and applications.
Chapters:
  1. Routing concepts
  2. Static Routing
  3. Routing Dynamically
  4. Switched Networks
  5. Switch Configuration
  6. VLANs
  7. ACL – Access Control List
  8. DHCP
  9. Network Address Translation for IPv4
  10. Device Discovery, Management and Maintenance
Course duration: Total = 6x4hour long meetings, out of which is 5x4hour long practical lab exercises + Final– theoretical and practical exam.

Duration 6-8 wks

Prerequisites: Successfull completion of CCNA1

After successfully passing the theoretical and practical final exam, student receives a certificate confirming completion of the course.

General information on the structure and content of each class meeting can be found in the  link Courses.

CNAP (Cisco Networking Academy Program) ) provides students, who successfully PASS the Final CCNA2/CCNA4 Exam in the course, a Voucher for Cisco ICND1/ICND2 or CCNA 200-125 industrial certificate . The amount of discount varies each year for around 50-70 % of the total cost of certification exam.

CCNA3 R&S: Scaling Networks

Name of the course:
CCNA3 R&S: Scaling Networks
Content: The mechanism of prevention of logical loops in Ethernet networks using STP , RSTP and their configuration . Aggregated Ethernet links – Etherchanell. Principles and Configuration of routing protocols Single and Multi -area OSPF and EIGRP.
Chapters:
  1. LAN Design
  2. Scaling VLANs
  3. STP – Spanning Tree Protocol
  4. Etherchannel + HSRP
  5. Dynamic Routing
  6. EIGRP
  7. EIGRP Tuning + Tshoot
  8. Single Area OSPF
  9. Multiarea OSPF
  10. OSPF Tuning + Tshoot
Course duration: Total=6x4hour long meetings, out of which is 5x4hour long practical lab exercises + Final– theoretical and practical exam.

Duration 6-8 wks

Prerequisites: Attended of CCNA2

After successfully passing the theoretical and practical final exam, student receives a certificate confirming completion of the course.

General information on the structure and content of each class meeting can be found in the  link Courses.

CCNA4 R&S: Connecting Networks

Name of the course:
CCNA4 R&S: Connecting Networks
Content: Configure and troubleshoot PPP, Configure PPPoE, GRE, and single-homed eBGP; Configure and troubleshoot extended IPv4 and IPv6 ACLs; Explain how to mitigate common LAN security attacks; Describe QoS operation; Describe evolving networks including cloud, virtualization, SDN, and the Internet of Things
Chapters:
  1. WAN concepts
  2. Point-to-Point connections
  3. Branch connections
  4. Access Control List
  5. Network Security & Monitoring
  6. Quality of service
  7. Network evolution
  8. Network troubleshooting
Course duration: Total=6x4hour long meetings, out of which is 5x4hour long practical lab excercises + Final– theoretical and practical exam.

Duration 6-8 wks

Prerequisites: Attended of CCNA3

After successfully passing the theoretical and practical final exam, student receives a certificate confirming completion of the course.

General information on the structure and content of each class meeting can be found in the  link Courses.

CNAP (Cisco Networking Academy Program) ) provides students, who successfully PASS the Final CCNA2/CCNA4 Exam in the course, a Voucher for Cisco ICND1/ICND2 or CCNA 200-125 industrial certificate . The amount of discount varies each year for around 50-70 % of the total cost of certification exam.

More about CISCO certificates on www.cisco.com/certification

CCNA-200-125