Cisco CCNA R&S - Online

Course Code: CCNA Certification Melbourne-1

$1,595.00 | eLearning with Exams

Learn and master the skills required to manage LANs, enterprise networks and network devices while developing the practical skills required to establish internet connections, identify basic security threats and troubleshoot connectivity problems.

Price

$ 1595

Delivery method

Online

Duration

12 Months

What's included?

Course, labs and practice exams

Course overview

Throughout this course you will gain practical experience installing, operating and troubleshooting basic IPv4 and IPv6 networks; configuring LAN switches and IP routers; managing network devices; and identifying basic security threats. In the first half of the course you will learn the skills required to install, configure, and operate a small-to-medium-sized network. While, the second half of the course challenges your thinking, builds on your existing skills and gives you the opportunity to install, configure, operate and troubleshoot a small enterprise network.

 

Successful completion of CCNA parts 1 and 2 will prepare you to sit the Cisco CCENT certification exam which will qualify you to work as an entry-level network engineer.

 

Completion of parts 3 and 4 will give you the required knowledge to sit the Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching certification exam.

 

This course is ideal for anyone wanting to become a: network administrator, network support engineer, network engineer associate, network specialist, network analyst or Cisco channel partner. This course is also designed for individuals working within these roles who want to expand on their skills and those wishing to pursue a CCNA Routing and Switching certification.

The course is delivered by our online partner ITPRO.tv, with virtual labs from Practice Labs and sample exams from Kaplan IT Training (formerly Transcender)

Overview

Course overview

Throughout this course you will gain practical experience installing, operating and troubleshooting basic IPv4 and IPv6 networks; configuring LAN switches and IP routers; managing network devices; and identifying basic security threats. In the first half of the course you will learn the skills required to install, configure, and operate a small-to-medium-sized network. While, the second half of the course challenges your thinking, builds on your existing skills and gives you the opportunity to install, configure, operate and troubleshoot a small enterprise network.

 

Successful completion of CCNA parts 1 and 2 will prepare you to sit the Cisco CCENT certification exam which will qualify you to work as an entry-level network engineer.

 

Completion of parts 3 and 4 will give you the required knowledge to sit the Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching certification exam.

 

This course is ideal for anyone wanting to become a: network administrator, network support engineer, network engineer associate, network specialist, network analyst or Cisco channel partner. This course is also designed for individuals working within these roles who want to expand on their skills and those wishing to pursue a CCNA Routing and Switching certification.

The course is delivered by our online partner ITPRO.tv, with virtual labs from Practice Labs and sample exams from Kaplan IT Training (formerly Transcender)

Course Contents

Contents and Practice Lab Modules

  • LAN Switching Technologies

    • Overview
    • Configure VLANs
    • Configure VLANs Part 2
    • Configure Trunking
    • Configure Trunking Part 2
    • Configure Trunking Part 3
    • Configure Trunking Part 4
    • Understand And Configure STP
    • Understand And Configure STP Part 2
    • Understand And Configure STP Part 3
    • Understand And Configure STP Part 4
    • Understand And Configure STP Part 5
    • Configure PortFast And BPDU Guard
    • Configure Etherchannel
    • Configure Etherchannel Part 2
    • Configure Etherchannel Part 3
    • Describe Switch Aggregation Benefits
    • Describe Switch Threat And Mitigation
  • Routing Technologies

    • Configure InterVLAN Routing
    • Configure InterVLAN Routing Part 2
    • Compare And Contrast IGPs
    • Compare And Contrast IGPs Part 2
    • Compare And Contrast IGPs Part 3
    • Configure Single Area OSPFv2
    • Configure Single Area OSPF Part 2
    • Configure Single Area OSPFv2 Part 3
    • Configure Single Area OSPFv2 Part 4
    • Configure Multiarea OSPFv2
    • Configure Multiarea OSPFv2 Part 2 Ccna2018
    • Configure Multiarea OSPFv2 Part 3
    • Configure Single-Area OSPFv3
    • Configure Multiarea OSPFv3 Ccna2018
    • Understand EIGRP Concepts And Operations
    • Understand EIGRP Concepts And Operations Part 2
    • Understand EIGRP Concepts And Operations Part 3
    • Configure EIGRP For IPv4 Ccna2018
    • Configure EIGRP For IPv4 Part 2
    • Configure EIGRP For IPv6
  • WAN Technologies

    • Configure PPP And MLPPP
    • Configure PPP And MLPPP Part 2
    • Configure Client-Side PPPoE
    • Configure GRE Tunnel Connectivity
    • Describe WAN Topology Options
    • Describe WAN Access Connectivity
    • Configure Single-Homed Branch – EBGP IPv4
  • Infrastructure Services

    • Configure Basic HSRP
    • Describe Cloud Resource Impact On Enterprise
    • Describe Basic QoS Concepts
    • Configure Access-Lists For Filtering

Lab Modules

    1. Configure Verify and Troubleshoot VLANs
    2. Configure Verify and Troubleshoot Interswitch Connectivity
    3. Configure Verify and Troubleshoot Spanning Tree Protocols
    4. Configure Verify and Troubleshoot STP Related Features
    5. Configure Verify and Troubleshoot EtherChannel
    6. Configure Verify and Troubleshoot Inter-VLAN Routing
    7. Configure Verify and Troubleshoot Single Area OSPFv2 for IPv4
    8. Configure Verify and Troubleshoot Multi Area OSPFv2 for IPv4
    9. Configure Verify and Troubleshoot Single Area OSPFv3 for IPv6
    10. Configure Verify and Troubleshoot Multi Area OSPFv3 for IPv6
    11. Configure and Verify EIGRP for IPv4
    12. Configure and Verify EIGRP for IPv6
    13. Configure and Verify PPP on WAN Interfaces
    14. Configure and Verify PPPoE Client Side Interfaces
    15. Configure Verify and Troubleshoot GRE Tunnel Connectivity
    16. Configure and Verify Single Homed Branch
    17. Connectivity Using eBGP for IPv4
    18. Configure and Verify Basic HSRP
    19. Configure and Verify IPv4 and IPv6 Access Lists for Traffic Filtering
    20. Configure and Verify Device-Monitoring Protocols
    21. Troubleshoot Network Connectivity Issues using ICMP Echo-Based IP SLA
    22. Use Local SPAN to Troubleshoot and Resolve Problems
    23. Troubleshoot Basic Layer 3
    24. End-to-End Connectivity Issues Configure Access-Lists For Filtering Part 2
    25. Use APIC-EM Path Trace

Outcomes

Outcomes

Completion of this Cisco CCNA course will give students the knowledge and skills required to successfully install and manage Cisco networks. This includes but is not limited to:

  • An understanding and ability to explain the network layers that apply to core routing and switching;
  • The ability to configure, monitor, maintain and troubleshoot Cisco networks and network deployments;
  • An understanding of the function and interactions between wireless controllers, firewalls and access points;
  • The ability to operate a medium-sized LAN with multiple switches, supporting VLANs, trunking, and spanning trees;
  • An understanding of network device management implementation methods;
  • The ability to implement EIGRP-based and OSPF-based solutions;
  • An understanding of and an ability to identify basic security threats.

What is Cisco CCNA?

This CISCO certification combines all four parts of the CCNA modules. Gain practical experience installing, operating and troubleshooting basic IPv4 and IPv6 networks; configuring LAN switches and IP routers, as well as managing network devices; and identifying basic security threats.

What will I learn in CNNA?

Learn to install, configure, and manage a network. By challenging your critical thinking abilities, this certification gives you the opportunity to install, configure, operate and troubleshoot a small enterprise network, as well as to master routing and switching.

Career Opportunities?

Broaden your IT career direction with a CCNA Certification. Climb the Networking career path and expand into technologies such as Cloud, Collaboration, Data Center, Wireless, and Security.

Who is Cisco CCNA for?

Our CCNA certification is ideal for anyone who wants to become a network administrator, network support engineer, network engineer associate, network specialist, network analyst or Cisco channel partner. Our course also helps people working in those roles build their skills.

What Cisco CCNA?

Consistently voted as the #1 Networking certification, a Cisco CCNA is the essential first step to accelerate your IT career path in the Networking domain. With a Cisco CCNA R&S certification, you’ll be extremely well-prepared for a rewarding career in an enterprise IT environment.

Earn Your CCNA

With our CCNA course, you will develop and master the skills and knowledge required to manage and configure enterprise Network assets. Obtain the practical skills needed to establish Internet connections, identify and solve basic security threats, and troubleshoot connectivity problems.