Start your Networking Career with CCNA course from Industry Experts in Gujrat.
This training program at Adan IT Center is a Project based learning roadmap to make jobless degree holders or anyone who want to peruse your career in Networking.
What you’ll learn:
✓ What you need to pass the up-to-date Cisco CCNA 200-301 exam.
✓ Gain hands-on Cisco CCNA configuration and troubleshooting experience through practice labs.
✓ Explore how routing and switching technologies work in real world environments.
✓ Develop skills to work on enterprise production networks.
- Lectures 112
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 30 hours
- Skill level Beginner
- Language English
- Students 25
- Assessments Yes
Introduction to Networking
Introduction to Networking for Cisco CCNA, you will examine how basic human communication, like talking in person or on the phone, contains the same fundamental concepts used in moving data across a network.
Network Layer Addressing and Subnetting
Network Layer Addressing and Subnetting, you will dive into extreme detail about the structure of an IPv4 address and its subnet mask counterpart. To do this, understanding binary numbers becomes very important.
Configuring a Cisco Router
Configuring a Cisco router is more than just entering commands. In order to properly understand what the configuration steps do, you need to have a basic understanding of the components of a router, including processor, memory, and input/outputs. In this course, Configuring a Cisco Router , you will learn different types of memory and the files stored in them, the order in which the files are loaded, as well as the function of each file.
Ethernet Operation and Switch Configuration
Get a better understanding on how Ethernet operates and how to configure a Cisco switch. Ethernet Operation and Switch Configuration, you'll learn some network interface layer protocols but focus your attention on Ethernet and Ethernet switching.
Routing IPv4 and IPv6
Routing IPv4 and IPv6, you will explore in detail how IPv4 and IPv6 routing works. First, you will start by learning how ARP operates, allowing IPv4 packets to be sent in an Ethernet frame.
Introduction to Dynamic Routing
Introduction to Dynamic Routing, you will examine the different types of routing protocols and their operation. First, you will start with examining the behavior of a simple dynamic routing protocol. Next, you will explore RIP, OSPF, and EIGRP.
VLAN Operation and Configuration
Securing the Switch
Securing the Switch, you will explore the basic nature of switch operation, as well as the advent of trunk links, VLAN tags, and some backwards compatibility features. First, you will start off by learning about frame double-tagging.
TCP and UDP Operation
TCP is used in nearly every transaction users have on a network. Surfing the web, checking your email, watching a streaming video, all use TCP as the transport layer protocol. TCP has a very precise operation, and understanding how it works leads to becoming a great network troubleshooter.
Implementing Application Layer Protocols for Cisco Networks
Building, Configuring, and Troubleshooting ACLs
Access Control Lists (ACLs) are an important and useful tool on a data network. ACLs allow an administrator to select traffic and filter traffic as it flows through a network.
Network Address Translation Operation and Configuration
Wide Area Networking and VPN Operation
At the core of cloud-based technology is a thorough knowledge of running wide area networks and VPNs. First, you will examine the key components that differentiate WAN from LAN. Then, you will identify real world WAN technology used to build WAN connections.
STP and EtherChannel Operation and Configuration
Basic Security Concepts for Cisco Networks
Data networks require an understanding of IT security and the risks involved with deploying systems. Basic Security Concepts for Cisco Networks, you will learn the distinction and interrelatedness of threats, vulnerabilities, and exploits in IT systems.
Cisco Wireless Basic Operation and Configuration
Wireless networks are a required component of every enterprise network. Mobile devices like laptops, tablets, and smartphones have created a demand for wireless coverage in buildings. Additionally, devices specific to healthcare, manufacturing, education, retail also required reliable wireless connectivity to operate properly.
Network Services for Cisco CCNA
There are a tremendous number of protocols used to build a network, and most of these protocols are required to allow a network to pass traffic. However, in order for an engineer to maintain a quality and highly available network, you need additional protocols to help manage the network itself.
Cisco Topologies and Troubleshooting for CCNA Studies
The CCNA exam tests the user for very specific objectives. Most of these objectives involve understanding complex topics which are universal to networking.
Introduction to Cisco Automation and Software Defined Networks
Building Hardware Labs for CCNA Study
The CCNA exam is a tough exam and extensive studying and reviews are necessary to pass. In this course, Building Hardware Labs for CCNA Study, you'll review all the fundamental topics for the CCNA exam.
Building Packet Tracer Labs for CCNA Study: Fundamentals
For most people, using more than one learning style is important to solidify understanding of the complex and interrelated systems of data networking protocols.
Building Packet Tracer Labs for CCNA Study: Network Protocol Interactions
Cisco’s Packet Tracer software is a free network simulation software that allows learners to have access to a Cisco networking lab simulation anywhere they have access to a computer.