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Cisco Certified Network Associate

The CCNA course covers everything you need to know about setting up, configuring, installing, administering, and maintaining a network using Cisco hardware and software.

 

The course is split into 4 parts.

 

Semester 1

introduces the student to the fundamentals of internetworking. Topics covered include network topology, cabling, electrical considerations, the OSI model, Internet protocol addressing, bridges, switches, hubs, and routers. This is the first course in a four-course sequence. Other courses in the sequence cover LAN and WAN design, and router configuration.

 

Semester 2

introduces the student to fundamental concepts of computer internet-working including the TCP/IP transport-layer protocol; Cisco router hardware and software architecture; Cisco IOS software configuration, backup, upgrade, and load; RIP and IGRP routing protocols, and techniques that allow networks to automatically reconfigure themselves to overcome problems. Student will be expected to apply knowledge and skills learned in this term to successive internetworking courses.

 

Semester 3

introduces students to fundamental concepts of computer internet-working including RIP and IGRP routing protocols; LAN segmentation; and techniques that allow networks to automatically reconfigure themselves to overcome problems; access control lists; and routing Novell IPX protocol. Students will be expected to apply knowledge and skills learned in this term to successive internetworking courses.

 

Semester 4

introduces students to fundamental concepts of computer internet-working including Wide Area Network (WAN) theory and design; Point-to-Point Protocol data transfer; Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) data transfer; and Frame Relay data transfer. Students will be expected to apply knowledge and skills learned in this term to successive internetworking courses. 


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