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CCNA Course Content

  • Recognize the purpose and functions of various network devices such as routers, switches, bridges and hubs
  • Describe the purpose and basic operation of the protocols in the OSI and TCP/IP models
  • Identify the appropriate media, cables, ports, and connectors to connect Cisco network devices to other network devices and hosts in a LAN
  • Determine the technology and media access control method for Ethernet networks
  • Identify basic switching concepts and the operation of Cisco switches
  • Configure and verify initial switch configuration including remote access management 

Basic Networking

  • 2.a hostname
  • 2.b mgmt IP address
  • 2.c IP default-gateway
  • 2.d local user and password
  • 2.e enable secret password
  • 2.f console and VTY logins
  • 2.g exec-timeout
  • 2.h service password encryption
  • 2.i copy run start
  • 2.6 Configure and verify VLANs
  • 2.8 Identify enhanced switching technologies
  • 2.8.a RSTP
  • 2.8.b PVSTP
  • 2.8.c Etherchannels
  • 2.9 Configure and verify PVSTP operation
  • 2.9.a Describe root bridge election
  • 2.9.b Spanning tree mode

Describe the operation and necessity of using private and public IP addresses for IPv4 addressing

  • 3.1 Identify the appropriate IPv6 addressing scheme to satisfy addressing requirements in a LAN/WAN environment
  • 3.2 Identify the appropriate IPv4 addressing scheme using VLSM and summarization to satisfy addressing requirements in a LAN/WAN environment.
  • 3.3 Describe the technological requirements for running IPv6 in conjunction with IPv4
  • 3.4.a dual stack
  • 3.5 Describe IPv6 addresses
  • 3.5.a global unicast
  • 3.5.b multicast
  • 3.5.c link local
  • 3.5.d unique local
  • 3.5.e eui 64
  • 3.5.f auto-configuration

Describe basic routing concepts
  • 4.1.a packet forwarding
  • 4.1.b router lookup process
  • 4.1.c Process Switching/Fast Switching/CEF
  • 4.2 Configure and verify utilizing the CLI to set basic Router configuration
  • 4.2.a hostname
  • 4.2.b local user and password
  • 4.2.c enable secret password
  • 4.2.d console and VTY logins
  • 4.2.e exec-timeout
  • 4.2.f service password encryption
  • 4.2.g Interface IP Address      
    - 4.2.g [i] loopback
  • 4.2.h banner
  • 4.2.i motd
  • 4.2.j copy run start
  • 4.3 Configure and verify operation status of a device interface
  • 4.3.a Serial
  • 4.3.b Ethernet
  • 4.4 Verify router configuration and network connectivity using
  • 4.4.a ping     ◦
    -4.4.a [i] extended
  • 4.4.b traceroute
  • 4.4.c telnet
  • 4.4.d SSH
  • 4.4.e sh cdp neighbors
  • 4.5 Configure and verify routing configuration for a static or default route given specific routing requirements
  • 4.6 Differentiate methods of routing and routing protocols
  • 4.6.a Static versus Dynamic
  • 4.6.b Link state versus Distance Vector
  • 4.6.c next hop
  • 4.6.d ip routing table
  • 4.6.e Passive Interfaces (how they work)
  • 4.6.f Admin Distance
  • 4.6.g split horizon
  • 4.6.h metric
  •  4.7 Configure and verify OSPF
  • 4.7.a Benefit of single area
  • 4.7.b Configure OSPv2
  • 4.7.c Configure OSPv3
  • 4.7.d Router ID
  • 4.7.e Passive Interface
  • 4.7.f Discuss multi-area OSPF
  • 4.7.g Understand LSA types and purpose
  • 4.8 Configure and verify interVLAN routing (Router on a stick)
  • 4.8.a sub interfaces
  • 4.8.b upstream routing
  • 4.8.c encapsulation
  • 4.9 Configure SVI interfaces
  • 4.10 Manage Cisco IOS Files
  • 4.10.a Boot Preferences
  • 4.10.b Cisco IOS Images (15)
  • 4.10.c Licensing    
  • ◦4.10.c [i] Show license
  • ◦4.10.c [ii] Change license
  • 4.11 Configure and verify EIGRP (single AS)
  • 4.11.a Feasible Distance/Feasible Successors/Administrative distance
  • 4.11.b Feasibility condition
  • 4.11.c Metric composition
  • 4.11.d Router ID
  • 4.11.e auto summary
  • 4.11.f Path Selection
  • 4.11.g Load Balancing    
  • ◦4.11.g [i] Unequal
  • ◦4.11.g [ii] Equal

Describe basic routing concepts

  • 5.1.a packet forwarding
  • 5.1.b router lookup process
  • 5.1.c Process Switching/Fast Switching/CEF
  • 5.2 Configure and verify utilizing the CLI to set basic Router configuration
  • 5.2.a hostname
  • 5.2.b local user and password
  • 5.2.c enable secret password
  • 5.2.d console and VTY logins
  • 5.2.e exec-timeout
  • 5.2.f service password encryption
  • 5.2.g Interface IP Address      
  • ◦5.2.g [i] loopback
  • 5.2.h banner
  • 5.2.i motd
  • 5.2.j copy run start
  • 5.3 Configure and verify operation status of a device interface
  • 5.3.a Serial
  • 5.3.b Ethernet
  • 5.4 Verify router configuration and network connectivity using
  • 5.4.a ping    
  • ◦4.4.a [i] extended
  • 5.4.b traceroute
  • 5.4.c telnet
  • 5.4.d SSH
  • 5.4.e sh cdp neighbors
  • 5.5 Configure and verify routing configuration for a static or default route given specific routing requirements
  • 5.6 Differentiate methods of routing and routing protocols
  • 5.6.a Static versus Dynamic
  • 5.6.b Link state versus Distance Vector
  • 5.6.c next hop
  • 5.6.d ip routing table
  • 5.6.e Passive Interfaces (how they work)
  • 5.6.f Admin Distance
  • 5.6.g split horizon
  • 5.6.h metric
  • 5.7 Configure and verify OSPF
  • 5.7.a Benefit of single area
  • 5.7.b Configure OSPv2
  • 5.7.c Configure OSPv3
  • 5.7.d Router ID
  • 5.7.e Passive Interface
  • 5.7.f Discuss multi-area OSPF
  • 5.7.g Understand LSA types and purpose
  • 5.8 Configure and verify interVLAN routing (Router on a stick)
  • 5.8.a sub interfaces
  • 5.8.b upstream routing
  • 5.8.c encapsulation
  • 5.9 Configure SVI interfaces
  • 5.10 Manage Cisco IOS Files
  • 5.10.a Boot Preferences
  • 5.10.b Cisco IOS Images (15)
  • 5.10.c Licensing     ◦4.10.c [i] Show license
  • 5.10.c [ii] Change license
  • 5.11 Configure and verify EIGRP (single AS)
  • 5.11.a Feasible Distance/Feasible Successors/Administrative distance
  • 5.11.b Feasibility condition
  • 5.11.c Metric composition
  • 5.11.d Router ID
  • 5.11.e auto summary
  • 5.11.f Path Selection
  • 5.11.g Load Balancing
  • ◦4.11.g [i] Unequal
  • ◦4.11.g [ii] Equal

IP Services 

  • 6.1 Configure and verify DHCP (IOS Router)
  • 6.1.a Configuring router interfaces to use DHCP
  • 6.1.b DHCP options (basic overview and functionality)
  • 6.1.c Excluded addresses
  • 6.1.d Lease time
  • 6.2 Describe the types, features, and applications of ACLs
  • 6.2.a standard (editing and sequence numbers)
  • 6.2.b extended
  • 6.2.c named
  • 6.2.d numbered
  • 6.2.e Log option
  • 6.3 Configure and verify ACLs in a network environment
  • 6.3.a named
  • 6.3.b numbered
  • 6.3.c Log option
  • 6.4 Identify the basic operation of NAT
  • 6.4.a purpose
  • 6.4.b pool
  • 6.4.c static
  • 6.4.d 1 to 1
  • 6.4.e overloading
  • 6.4.f source addressing
  • 6.4.g one way NAT
  • 6.5 Configure and verify NAT for given network requirements
  • 6.6 Configure and verify NTP as a client.

Configure and verify network device security features

  • 7.1.a Device password security
  • 7.1.b enable secret versus enable
  • 7.1.c Transport
  • 7.1.c.1 disable telnet
  • 7.1.c.2 SSH
  • 7.1.d VTYs
  • 7.1.e physical security
  • 7.1.f service password
  • 7.1.g Describe external authentication methods
  • 7.2 Configure and verify Switch Port Security
  • 7.2.a Sticky mac
  • 7.2.b MAC address limitation
  • 7.2.c static/dynamic
  • 7.2.d violation modes    
  • ◦7.2.d [i] err disable
  • ◦7.2.d [ii] shutdown
  • ◦7.2.d [iii] protect restrict
  • 7.2.e shutdown unused ports
  • 7.2.f err disable recovery
  • 7.2.g assign unused ports in unused VLANs
  • 7.2.h putting Native VLAN to other than VLAN 1
  • 7.3 Configure and verify ACLs to filter network traffic

Identify different WAN technologies

  • 8.1.a Metro ethernet
  • 8.1.b VSAT
  • 8.1.c Cellular 3g/4g
  • 8.1.d MPLS
  • 8.1.e T1/E1
  • 8.1.f ISDN
  • 8.1.g DSL
  • 8.1.h Frame relay
  • 8.1.i Cable
  • 8.1.j VPN
  • 8.2 Configure and verify a basic WAN serial connection
  • 8.3 Configure and verify a PPP connection between Cisco routers
  • 8.4 Configure and verify Frame Relay on Cisco routers 
  • 8.5 Implement and troubleshoot PPPoE