CCNA ROUTING AND SWITCHING
The course is the first step in Cisco’s professional certification system and begins with introduction and theory, and then goes to practice. Students learn how to install and configure routers and switches on local and larger networks, detect and troubleshoot problems, optimize networks, and take care of security and protection from attacks.
What does the course include?
CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) training includes four modules covered in a 6 to 9 month period of 280 hours.
What does the course offer you?
The CCNA Routing and Switching Curriculum provides excellent initial experience and knowledge of your IT career.
You will get working knowledge of routing, switching, networking, protocols and services;
Training from Cisco-certified instructors to help you learn knowledge quickly and easily;
Cisco Packet Tracer – a network configuration simulation tool that enables you to practice your new skills in a real environment;
Tests at the end of each lesson to practice your new knowledge, as well as an instructor’s reference to what to emphasize;
Collaborative projects and presentations that prepare you to start your first job as an IT specialist;
You will have access to the Cisco Network Community to connect with thousands of other people who are trained on your program;
The first 2 courses prepare you for the certification exam Cisco CCENT or to continue training on CCNA Security. All four modules are recommended to be studied before taking CCNA Routing and Switching exam at the end of the course.
After the end of the last module, the students are tested on the whole material and if they are successful, they are prepared to take the exam for the international certificate – Cisco CCENT. Anyone who has passed this preliminary test with a success rate of over 75% will receive a discount for the certification exam.
Take a look at each of the four modules on which the training takes place:
Module 1 – Network Fundamentals:
Represents the architecture, structure, features, components and patterns of the Internet and other computer networks.
Preliminary knowledge and skills: Not required
1. Exploring the Network
LANs, WANs, and the Internet
The Network as a Platform
The Changing Network Environment
2. Configuring a Network Operating System
3. Network Protocols and Communications
Rules of Communications
Network Protocols and Standards
Moving Data in the Network
4. Network Access
Physical Layer Protocols
Data Link Layer Protocols
Media Access Control
Address Resolution Protocol
6. Network Layer
Network Layer Protocols
Configuring a Cisco Router
7. Transport Layer
Transport Layer Protocols
TCP and UPD
8. IP Addressing
IPv4 Network Addresses
IPv6 Network Addresses
9. Subnetting IP Networks
Subnetting an IPv4 Network
Design Considerations for IPv6
10. Application Layer
Application Layer Protocols
Well-Known Application Layer Protocols and Services
The Message Heard Around The World
11. It’s a Network
Create and Grow
Keeping the Network Safe
Basic Network Performance
Managing IOS Configuration Files
Integrated Routing Services
Module 2 – Routing Protocols and Concepts:
Describes the architecture, components and way of routers and explains routing and routing protocols.
Preliminary knowledge and skills: Network Fundamentals
1. Introduction to Switched Networks
The Switched Environment
2. Basic Switching Concepts and Configuration
Basic Switch Configuration
Switch Security: Management and Implementation
3. Implementing VLAN Security
VLAN Security and Design
4. Routing Concepts
Initial Configuration of a Router
5. Inter-VLAN Routing
Inter-VLAN Routing Configuration
Troubleshoot Inter-VLAN Routing
Layer 3 Switching
6. Static Routing
Static Routing Implementation
Configure Static and Default Routes
Review of CIDR and VLSM
Configure Summary and Floating Static Routes
Troubleshoot Static and Default Route issues
7. Routing Dynamically
Dynamic Routing Protocols
Distance Vector Dynamic Routing
RIP and RIPng Routing
Link-State Dynamic Routing
The Routing Table
8. Single-Area OSPF
Characteristics of OSPF
Configure Single-Area OSPFv2
Configure Single-Area OSPFv3
9. Access Control Lists
IP ACL Operation
Standard IPv4 ACLs
Extended IPv4 ACLs
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol v4
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol v6
11. Network Address Translation for IPv4
Module 3 – LAN Switching and Wireless:
Helps students gain in-depth knowledge of how switches work and how they are used in LAN environments for small and large networks.
Preliminary knowledge and skills: Network Fundamentals, Routing Protocols and Concepts
1. Growing the Network
Scaling the Network
2. LAN Redundancy
Spanning Tree Concepts
Varieties of Spanning Tree Protocols
Spanning Tree Configuration
First Hop Redundancy Protocols
3. Link Aggregation
Link Aggregation Concepts
Link Aggregation Configuration
4. Wireless LANs
Wireless LAN Concepts
Wireless LAN Operation
Wireless LAN Security
Wireless LAN Configuration
5. Adjust and Troubleshoot Single-Area OSPF
Advanced Single-Area OSPF Configurations
Troubleshooting Single-Area OSPF Implementations
6. Multiarea OSPF
Multiarea OSPF Operation
Configuring Multiarea OSPF
Characteristics of EIGRP
Configuring EIGRP for IPv4
Operation of EIGRP
Configuring EIGRP for IPv6
8. Adjust and Troubleshoot EIGRP
Advanced EIGRP Configurations
9. IOS File Management
Managing IOS System Files
Module 4 – LAN Switching and Wireless:
Explains the principles of traffic control and access control lists (ACLs), and also provides services and protocols for the data link layer for remote networks.
Preliminary knowledge and skills: Network Fundamentals, Routing Protocols and Concepts, LAN Switching and Wireless
1. Hierarchical Network Design
Hierarchical Network Design Overview
Cisco Enterprise Architecture
Evolving Network Architectures
2. Connecting to the WAN
WAN Technologies Overview
Selecting a WAN Technology
3. Point-to-Point Connections
Serial Point-to-Point Overview
Troubleshoot WAN Connectivity
4. Frame Relay
Introduction to Frame Relay
Configure Frame Relay
5. Network Address Translation for IPv4
6. Broadband Solutions
Comparing Broadband Solutions
Configuring xDSL Connectivity
7. Securing Site-to-Site Connectivity
Implementing GRE Tunnels
8. Monitoring the Network
9. Troubleshoot the Network
Troubleshooting with a Systematic Approach
When do the courses take place?
The training takes place in three different forms:
Class attendance classes are held:
During the week from 18:00 to 20:30.
Saturday and Sunday morning from 09:30 to 13:30
Open courses form when a group is formed.
Classes are conducted by certified instructors.
What is the price of the course?
You can sign up for the courses through our online form, through the phone or directly on the spot at our center within the working day – 09-18 hrs.
For up-to-date rates for Cisco Networking Academy courses, please contact us.
Start your career
CCNA Routing and Switching builds the skills you need to start your career in IT technology. Whether you are preparing for your first job or specializing in more training, CCNA is a great foundation.
You can realize yourself professionally as: Network technician, maintenance engineer, network administrator, network designer, network engineer, and others.