CCN(200-301)

Become CCNA Certified

Start your Career as Network Engineer with this CCNA training. Learn to design Network From the scratch level to advance Level with the slogan we know nothing about Network and Lets Start

CCNA(200-301) Certification Course Overview

The CCNA certification has become most popular certification in the IT world.CCNA Certification is offered by CISCO.It is a leading technology in the field of networking and IT. CISCO products are widely used in industry and business.Having a CCNA Certification proves that you can build a network based on Router & Switches.

Is any Pre-requisite for CCNA?

We Start CCNA from Scratch its mean there is no pre Requisite we required so any one who need to jump into the field of  IT can join this Training.  In first 6 Sessions we involve our Students in scenario based small theory + lab activities after that they become eligible for any IT training. CISCO, Microsoft, RedHat, or Vmware.

Why CCNA Certification?

  • Certification is the best source to strengthen your CV
  • Companies prefer certified professionals as compare to Trained only
  • Definite high paid jobs are waiting for certified professionals
  • Basically we do all these trainings and certifications to meet the job requirements. So we have to..

Simply certified and non-certified can never be the same

Course Outline

  • What is network?
  • Why we build network?
  • Benefits and drawback of network
  • Networking Devices and their symbols
  • Networking devices packet tracer symbols
  • Identification of devices
  • End User Devices
  • Network Devices
  • Active Devices
  • Passive Devices
  • Intelligent Devices
  • Not Intelligent devices
  • Manageable Devices
  • Non Manageable devices
  • Identification of CISCO Router Series 1800, 2600, 2800
  • Modular and Non-Modular Routers
  • Identification of CISCO Catalyst 2950, 3550
  • Modules Wic, Network ,    wic1t, wic2t, NM1e, NM4e, NM1FE-TX, NM1FE-FX
  • Detail about LAN
  • Detail about WAN
  • Detail about MAN
  • LAN Topologies
    • Bus Topology
    • Ring Topology
    • Star Topology
    • Mesh Topology
  • WAN Topologies
    • Hub &Spoke
    • Full mesh
  • Wireless LAN Topologies
    • Ad-Hoc
    • Infrastructure

What is medium?

  • Guided Medium
    • Coaxial
      • Thinnet
      • Thicknet
    • Twisted
      • UTP
      • STP
      • CAT3, CAT5, CAT6
    • Optical Fiber
      • Single mode
      • Multimode
    • Unguided Medium
      • ISM 900MHZ, 2.4GHZ, 5GHZ

568A, 568B Cable Standards

  • Cross cable
  • Straight cable
  • Rollover cable
  • Loopback cable
  • 35 cable (DCE+DTE) cable
  • Collusion
  • Broadcast
  • loop
  • 3 Ethernet
  • 5 Token Ring
  • 11 WiFi

Define communication

            Types of Communications

  • Unicast
  • Multi cast
  • Broadcast

Mode of communication

  • Simplex
  • Full Duplex                                    
  • Half-Duplex

   Measuring units

  • Bits vs. Byte
  • Bit, Byte, KB, MB,TB

Number Systems

  • Binary
  • Decimal
  • Hexa Decimal

Lab:    

  • Binary to Decimal conversion
  • Decimal to Binary Conversion

Physical Address  

  • MAC

Logical Address

  • IPv4
  • IPv6

 

  • Define IPv4 Address
  • Network + Host Portion
  • Importance of N/W portion
  • Main Classes of IPv4 Addresses
  • Subnet Mask
  • ARP (address resolution protocol)
  • Apipa 254.x.x
  • Localhost 127.0.0.1
  • Multicast range 224.x.x.x
  • Class full and Classless Ipv4 Address
  • Wild Card Mask

Advance IPV4

  • Class full and Classless IP address
  • Public and private IP and their reason
  • CIDR
  • VLSM
  • Usage of subnet Calculator
  • Subnetting
  • Supernating (summarization)
  • Comparison between IPv4 & IPv6
  • Fields of IPV6 address
  • /prefix length
  • Global Unicast Address
  • Link local IP
  • ICMP6ND
  • Unicast/multicast/anycast
  • Dual Stack
  • Routing Protocol Support
  • ICMP6ND
  • Roles of 7 layers
  • OSI vs. TCP/IP model
  • Troubleshooting using OSI Model
  • Segment, Packet, Frame, Binary
  • Encapsulation | D encapsulation
  • Router Console Access
  • Putty
  • Router Boot Sequence
  • Types of Router Memory
  • Router modes
  • Helping commands
  • Show commands
  • Set clock
  • Set banner
  • Set hostname
  • Interface Configuration
    • LAN Interface
    • Serial Interface DCE, DTE, Encapsulation PPP, HDLC
  • Save configuration
  • Loopback interface
  • Sub Interface
  • Verification and testing
  • Aux port
  • Console port
  • Telnet
  • Router as local authentication Server
  • What is routing
  • Routed & Routing Protocols
  • Theory about Routing (Route, Routed protocol, Routing Protocol
  • Static route with help of neighbor ip and with help of local interface
  • Default route with help of neighbor ip and with help of local interface
  • Administrative Distance
  • Metric
  • IGP (Interior Gateway Protocol)
  • EGRP (Exterior Gateway Protocol)
  • Autonomous System and AS Number
  • Distance vector, link state protocols and Hybrid Routing Protocol
  • RIP AD
  • RIP Metric
  • Comparison of Ripv1 & Ripv2
  • Rip Timers update, invalid, hold, flush
  • Classfull, Classless
  • Broadcast and Multicast
  • Route Poisoning
  • IGRP Vs. EIGRP
  • Hybrid Routing Protocol
  • AS number
  • Wildcard Mask
  • EIGRP AD Internal    , External
  • EIGRP 5k K1, K2, K3, K4, K5
  • EIGRP Tables
  • Link state Vs. Distance Vector
  • AD of OSPF
  • Metric Link Cost Fast Ethernet, and Serial Link Cost
  • Process ID
  • Router ID
  • DR , BDR, DR other Election
  • OSPF Network Types
  • OSPF Wild card Mask
  • Area Types and Import ants of AREA 0
  • Single Area Configuration
  • Multi area Configuration
  • OSPF Tables
  • OSPF behavior over Ethernet medium
  • OSPF Behavior over serial Link
  • Standard ACL
  • Extended ACL
  • Wildcard mask
  • Named ACL
  • Wild card mask
  • Inbound ACL behavior
  • Outbound ACL
  • Sequence of Lines and their important in ACL
  • Deny any at Bottom
  • Private and Public IP
  • Relation of MAC and IP (example)
  • Inside local
  • Inside Global
  • Outside Global
  • Outside Local
  • Static NAT
  • Dynamic NAT
  • NAT Overload

Lab:

  • Deployment verification of NAT
  • Observe NAT process using debugging

LAN Devices and their Behavior

  • HUB
  • Bridge
  • Switch Layer 2, Layer 3
  • How switch works
  • Collision domain
  • Broadcast domain
  • How to cut down broadcast domain
  • Switch modes
  • Switch Security (privilege mode security, console, aux, vty)
  • How to Access Switch using Telnet (SVI Vlan1)
  • Define Vlan
  • dat
  • Create, Modify and Delete vlan
  • Assign ports to vlan
  • Communication between same vlan
  • Vlan lab
  • Access
  • Trunk
  • DTP (Dynamic Trunking Protocol)
    • Static Trunk
    • Dynamic Trunk
    • Trunk Security and Optimization
    • Native Vlan
  • Trunk encapsulation   ISL, 802.1q
  • Using router on stick
  • SVI (Switch virtual Interface)
  • Using layer 3 switch
  • VTP modes (Server, Client, Transparent)
  • VTP Domain
  • VTP Revision No,
  • VTP Security
  • VTP configuration
  • Accidental disaster because of VTP and its protection

 

  • Down time zero
  • Redundancy
  • Loop
  • Root Bridge ID
  • Bridge ID
  • BPDU
  • TCN
  • Port Roles (Designated, Root, Block)
  • Port States
  • Port Cost
  • Customize Root Bridge Election

Complete STP lab

  • What is TFTP
  • Configuration and IOS Backup using TFTP

 

  • What is DHCP Serve
  • What is DCHP Client
  • What is DHCP Relay – agent

Lab:    Configure Router as a DHCP Server & Client

  • Log and their Types
  • Log storage on Routers and Switch memory (buffer)
  • Centralized Log storage using a log server
  • Trap 0 – 7

LABS: 

  • Configure Routers RAM to Store Local Logs
  • Configure and Connect Sys log Server to store logs of Network devices
  • What is NTP Server, NTP Client, NTP Stratums

LAB:

  • Router as an NTP Server
  • Router as an NTP Client

Training Option

Instructor Led Group Training

Rs 10000/-

(if applyig from inside Pakistan)

USD 100$

(if applyig from outside Pakistan)

Recorded Training

Customized Training

Study Material

CISCO NetAcad Certificates

Training Completion Certificate

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