Cisco CCNA (200-301)

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Cisco CCNA (200-301)
20 hours
Apr 2023
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What you will learn

Understand the basics of networking, including network models, protocols, and topologies.

Configure and troubleshoot network devices, including routers and switches.

Understand IP addressing and subnetting, and configure IPv4 and IPv6 networks.

Understand and configure VLANs, STP, and EtherChannel.

Configure and troubleshoot wireless networks.

Understand and configure network security, including access control, AAA, and VPNs.

Understand and configure WAN technologies, including PPP, HDLC, and Frame Relay.

Use network troubleshooting tools and techniques to identify and resolve network issues.


Welcome to the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Course! This course is designed to help you develop the knowledge and skills necessary to install, configure, and operate small to medium-sized networks.

Throughout the course, you will learn about the basics of networking, including network models, protocols, and topologies. You will also learn how to configure and troubleshoot various network devices, including routers and switches.

The course covers the following topics:

  1. Network Fundamentals: This topic covers the basics of networking, including network models, protocols, and topologies.

  2. Network Access: This topic covers the configuration of network devices, including switches and wireless access points, to provide access to network resources.

  3. IP Connectivity: This topic covers the configuration of routers to provide connectivity between networks.

  4. IP Services: This topic covers the configuration of various network services, including Domain Name System (DNS), Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), and Network Address Translation (NAT).

  5. Security Fundamentals: This topic covers the fundamentals of network security, including threats, vulnerabilities, and basic security measures.

There are no formal prerequisites for the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) course. However, it is recommended that students have a basic understanding of networking concepts, such as IP addressing and subnetting, before beginning the course.


Network Fundamentals

Course Overview
Identifying Network Component Roles
Getting Started with the Cisco CLI
Introducing the Cisco DNA Center
Recognizing Network Topology Characteristics
Identifying Different Network Types
Reviewing Network Topology Design Characteristics
Describing Physical Network Cabling
Describing PoE Concepts and Contexts
Identifying Common Interface and Cable Issues
Comparing TCP and UDP Protocols
Reviewing IPv4 Addressing
Configuring IPv4 Addresses on Network Devices
Learning Basic Subnetting Concepts
Performing Class C IPv4 Subnetting
Performing Class B IPv4 Subnetting
Applying IPv4 Subnetting
Reviewing IPv6 Addressing
Describing IPv6 Unicast Type Addresses
Describing IPv6 Anycast, Multicast, and EUI 64
Configuring IPv6 Addresses on Network Devices
Reviewing Virtualization Concepts
Reviewing Wireless Configuration Choices

Network Access

Learning Switch Functionality
Configuring and Verifying VLANs
Configuring and Verifying Interswitch Connectivity
Describing Layer 2 Loop Prevention
Describing Spanning Tree Protocol
Spanning Tree Protocol Example
Configuring and Verifying Layer 2 Discovery
Configuring and Verifying EtherChannel
Reviewing Cisco Wireless Components
Characterizing Wireless Security
Configuring Cisco WLAN Management
Configuring and Verifying DHCP Snooping and DAI
Configuring and Verifying Port Security

IP Connectivity

Identifying Routing Components
Interpreting Routing Table Information
Reviewing Packet Forwarding
Determing Routing Decisions
Configuring Static Routing for IPv4
Configuring Static Routing for IPv6
Reviewing Dynamic Routing Protocols
Introducing Single Area OSPFv2
Configuring and Verifying Single Area OSPFv2
Configuring and Verifying FHRPs
Configuring and Verifying Standard ACLs
Configuring and Verifying Extended ACLs
Configuring and Verifying Named ACLs

IP Services

Introducing Network Address Translation
Configuring and Verifying NAT
Configuring and Verifying NTP
Configuring and Verifying DHCP and DNS
Identifying the Function of SNMP
Identifying Syslog Message Features
Identifying Per-Hop Behavior for QoS
Configuring Secured Remote Access
Transferring Files using FTP or TFTP

Security Fundamentals

Defining Key Security Concepts
Identifying Security Awareness Program Elements
Identifying Password Policy Elements
Identifying AAA Security Elements
Differentiating VPN Types

Automation and Programming

Describing Network Management Automation
Identifying SDN Architecture Concepts
Identifying Campus Device Mgmt. Methods
Characterizing REST-based APIs
Identifying Configuration Management Methods
Interpreting JSON Encoded Data


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