Certified Network Administrator Bootcamp (CCNA)

 CISCO - CCNACCNA – Certified Network Administrator Bootcamp 

Course length:  40 hours

For your convenience, we offer flexible scheduling:

  • For those that want to get it done all at once we offer the option of an intensive week long programs from 9am to 5pm, Monday through Friday
  • For those that are available only on Saturdays, we offer a 5 week program from 9am to 5pm

Target Student:

The target student is anyone with Intermediate to Advanced computer user skills who is interested in obtaining a job in the networking field. In addition, this course will help prepare students to prepare for the CCNA Certification.

Course Description

“What do I need to know to support my network?” The answer to this question depends on the size and complexity of your network. Regardless of the size and complexity of the network, the starting point for learning to support a network is the same. This course is intended to be that starting point. It focuses on providing the skills and knowledge necessary to implement and support a small switched and routed network.


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You will learn to:
  • Identify the benefits of computer networks and how they function; identify common threats to a network and threat-mitigation methods
  • Identify and compare the communication models that control host-to-host communications
  • Describe IP address classification and how a host can obtain an address; describe the process that TCP uses to establish a reliable connection
  • Describe the host-to-host packet-delivery process
  • Describe how Ethernet operates at Layer 1 and Layer 2 of the OSI model
  • Identify methods of connecting to an Ethernet LAN
  • Describe issues that are related to increasing traffic on an Ethernet LAN
  • Identify switched LAN technology solutions to address Ethernet networking issues
  • Describe the host-to-host packet delivery process through a switch
  • Describe the features and functions of the Cisco IOS Software CLI; start an access layer switch and use the CLI to configure and monitor the switch
  • Enable physical, access, and port-level security on a switch
  • List the ways in which an Ethernet LAN can be optimized
  • Describe methods of troubleshooting switch issues
  • Describe the business drivers and standards that affect WLAN implementation
  • Explore WLAN security issues and threat-mitigation methods; describe the factors that affect WLAN implementation
  • Identify the requirements of the implementation of VoIP
  • Describe the function of routing in the network model
  • Convert a decimal number into a binary number and a binary number into a decimal number
  • Describe how IP constructs network addresses; start a router, and use the CLI to configure and monitor the router
  • Implement a basic configuration for a Cisco router; describe the packet flow from one host to another through a route
  • Implement basic router security; describe basic Cisco SDM features; use Cisco SDM to enable a DHCP server on the router; remotely access a router using Telnet and SSH
  • Describe WANs and their major devices and technologies
  • Configure a router to act as an interface to the Internet using the DHCP client and PAT features of a Cisco IOS router; configure and verify static and dynamic routing; configure and verify serial ports using HDLC and PPP encapsulation; configure and verify RIP routing
  • Use the CLI to discover neighbors on a network; manage router startup and configuration; manage Cisco IOS images, configuration files, and devices on the network
  • Review how to configure and troubleshoot a small network
  • Expand a small-sized, switched LAN to a medium-sized LAN with multiple switches, supporting VLANs, trunking, and spanning tree
  • Describe routing concepts as they apply to a medium-sized network and discuss considerations when implementing routing on the network
  • Configure, verify, and troubleshoot OSPF
  • Configure, verify, and troubleshoot EIGRP
  • Determine how to apply ACLs based on network requirements, and configure, verify, and troubleshoot ACLs on a medium-sized network
  • Describe when to use NAT or PAT on a medium-sized network and configure NAT or PAT on routers, and explain IPv6 addressing and configure IPv6 in a Cisco router
  • Identify and implement the appropriate WAN technology that is based on network requirements



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