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  • CCNA ROUTING & SWITCHING CONTENTS(DURATION:45 HOURS)
  • Section 0 – Getting Started Introduction with network Basic
  • Theory0-1TCP/IP & OSI Networking Model
  • Theory0-2TCP/IP Encapsulation
  • Theory0-3Subnetting &Supernatting
  • Theory0-4Errors & its recovery in LAN & WAN
  • Theory0-5Requirments to ConfigureLAN & WAN
  • Theory0-6Router Ports & Booting Steps
  • Theory0-7Router modes & its uses
  • Theory0-8Ports & Protocols
  • Section 1 – Getting Started with your Cisco Lab
  • Lab 1-1Identifying Router Components and Accessories
  • Lab 1-2Connecting to a Cisco Router or Switch via Console
  • Lab 1-3Identifying Router & Switch IOS Software
  • Lab 1-4Configuring a Cisco Access Server
  • Lab 1-5Installing Graphical Network Simulator v3
  • Lab 1-6Basic Graphic Network Simulator v3 Configuration
  • Lab 1-7Configuring GNS3 Topology
  • Lab 1-8Configuring a GNS3 Ethernet NIO Cloud
  • Section 2 – Basic Cisco Router and Switch Management
  • Lab 2-1Cisco 2500 Series Router Password Reset
  • Lab 2-2Cisco 2600 Series Router Password Reset
  • Lab 2-3Fixed Configuration Catalyst Switch Password Reset
  • Lab 2-4Cisco Device Initial Configuration Dialog
  • Lab 2-5Navigating the Cisco Command Line Interface
  • Lab 2-6Configuring an IP address on an Interface
  • Lab 2-7Interface Specific Configurations
  • Lab 2-8Configuring a Loopback Interface
  • Lab 2-9Upgrading the Cisco Internetwork Operating System
  • Lab 2-10Recovering a Corrupt Cisco IOS Image on a 2500 Series Router
  • Lab 2-11Recovering a Corrupt Cisco IOS Image on a 2600 Series Router
  • Lab 2-12Recovering a Corrupt Cisco IOS Image on a Catalyst Switch
  • Lab 2-13Configuring the Login, EXEC and MOTD Banners
  • Lab 2-14Reset Cisco IOS Configuration Specific Defaults
  • Section 3 – Configuring Basic Cisco Device Security
  • Lab 3-1Configuring Basic Password Authentication
  • Lab 3-2Configuring Local User Database Authentication
  • Lab 3-3Configuring AAA Authentication Lists
  • Lab 3-4Configuring AAA Authentication via TACACS+ Server
  • Lab 3-5Configuring Secure Shell Virtual Terminal Access (SSH)
  • Lab 3-6Configuring Numbered Access Control Lists
  • Lab 3-7Configuring Named Access Control Lists
  • Lab 3-8Configuring the VTY Line(s) Access Control List
  • Lab 3-9Configuring the Password Encryption Service
  • Lab 3-10Configuring an exec timeout and Login Failure Rate
  • Lab 3-11Configuring Cisco IOS Web Server Authentication
  • Lab 3-12Configure logging to a Remote SYS Log Server
  • Section 4 – Configuring Cisco Catalyst Series Switches
  • Lab 4-1Configuring Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)
  • Lab 4-2Creating Virtual Local Area Networks (VLAN's)
  • Lab 4-3Configuring a Management VLAN Interface
  • Lab 4-4Configuring Trunk Ports using ISL or 802.1q
  • Lab 4-5Configuring An Ether Channel Link
  • Lab 4-6Configuring Ether Channel Utilizing P Ag P
  • Lab 4-7Configuring Ether Channel Utilizing LACP
  • Lab 4-8Configuring a Port Channel Interface
  • Lab 4-9Configuring a Static ARP Entry
  • Lab 4-10Configuring VLAN Trunk Protocol (VTP)
  • Lab 4-11Configuring VTP Transparent Mode and VTP Pruning
  • Lab 4-12Configuring Inter-VLAN Routing (Router-on-a-Stick)
  • Lab 4-13Configuring Per-VLAN Spanning Tree Protocol
  • Lab 4-14Configuring Rapid Per-VLAN Spanning Tree Protocol
  • Lab 4-15Configuring Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP)
  • Lab 4-16Configuring Switch port Spanning Tree Port fast
  • Lab 4-17Configuring Switch port Spanning Tree BPDU Guard
  • Lab 4-18Configuring STP Interface Specific Attributes
  • Lab 4-19Configuring Dynamic Switch port Security
  • Lab 4-20Configuring Sticky Switch port Security
  • Lab 4-21Configuring a Switched Port Analyzer Session
  • Section 5 – Configuring Wide Area Network Links
  • Lab 5-1Configuring Point-to-Point T1 Links using PPP or HDLC
  • Lab 5-2Configuring Point-to-Point Frame Relay Links
  • Lab 5-3Configuring Point-to-Point Frame Relay Sub-Interfaces
  • Lab 5-4Configuring a Point-to-Multipoint Frame Relay WAN
  • Lab 5-5Configuring and Understanding Frame Relay Inverse ARP



    Section 6 – Configuring Static Routing
  • Lab 6-1Configuring Static Routing
  • Lab 6-2Configuring a Floating Static Route
  • Lab 6-3Configuring a Static Default Route
  • Section 7 – Configuring Routing Information Protocol (RIP)
  • Lab 7-1Configuring Routing Information Protocol (RIP)
  • Lab 7-2Configuring RIP Versions 1 and 2
  • Lab 7-3Configuring RIP Timers
  • Lab 7-4Configuring RIP Triggered Updates
  • Lab 7-5Configuring RIP Interface Options
  • Lab 7-6Configuring RIP Static Neighbors
  • Lab 7-7Configuring RIP Default Information Originate
  • Lab 7-8Configuring RIP Route Summarization
  • Lab 7-9Configuring RIP Route Metric Offset-Lists
  • Section 8 – Configuring Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP)
  • Lab 8-1Configuring Basic EIGRP
  • Lab 8-2Configuring EIGRP Static Neighbors
  • Lab 8-3Configuring EIGRP Split Horizon
  • Lab 8-4Configuring EIGRP Stub Area Networks
  • Lab 8-5Configuring EIGRP Timers
  • Lab 8-6Configuring EIGRP Maximum Paths
  • Lab 8-7Configuring EIGRP Passive Interface
  • Lab 8-8Configuring EIGRP Route Summarization
  • Lab 8-9Configuring EIGRP Default Route Propagation
  • Section 9 – Configuring Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)
  • Lab 9-1Configuring Basic OSPF
  • Lab 9-2Configuring OSPF Priority
  • Lab 9-3Configuring OSPF Network Types
  • Lab 9-4Configuring OSPF Static Neighbors
  • Lab 9-5Configuring Multi-Area OSPF
  • Lab 9-6Configuring The OSPF Router-ID
  • Lab 9-7Configuring OSPF Timers
  • Lab 9-8Configuring Per Interface OSPF
  • Lab 9-9Configuring OSPF Stub Areas
  • Lab 9-10Configuring OSPF Interface Cost
  • Lab 9-11Configuring OSPF Auto Cost Reference Bandwidth
  • Lab 9-12Configuring OSPF Passive Interface
  • Lab 9-13Configuring OSPF Maximum Paths
  • Lab 9-14Configuring OSPF Route Summarization
  • Lab 9-15Configuring OSPF Default Route Propagation
  • Section 10 – Configuring Route Redistribution
  • Lab 10-1Configuring Static Route Redistribution
  • Lab 10-2Configuring Mutual OSPF and RIP Redistribution
  • Lab 10-3Configuring Mutual OSPF and EIGRP Redistribution
  • Lab 10-4Configuring Mutual EIGRP and RIP Redistribution
  • Section 11 – Configuring IP Services
  • Lab 11-1Configuring Network Address Translation (NAT) One-to-One
  • Lab 11-2Configuring a Network Address Translation (NAT) Pool
  • Lab 11-3Configuring Port Address Translation (PAT) Many-to-One
  • Lab 11-4Configuring the Cisco IOS DHCP Server
  • Lab 11-5Configuring an IOS DHCP Server IP Exclusion Range
  • Lab 11-6Configuring an IP DHCP Helper Address
  • Lab 11-7Configuring the Cisco IOS NTP Client
  • Lab 11-8Configuring the Cisco IOS NTP Server
  • Lab 11-9Configuring Cisco IOS DNS Name Servers
  • Section 12 – Configuring IP Version 6 (IPv6)
  • Lab 12-1The Basics of Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6)
  • Lab 12-2Configuring IPv6 Interface Addressing
  • Lab 12-3Configuring IPv6 Static Routing
  • Lab 12-4Configuring Basic IPv6 RIP
  • Lab 12-5Configuring Basic IPv6 OSPFv3
  • Lab 12-6Configuring IPv6 Access List
  • Section 13 – Installing and Configuring Cisco GUI's<
  • Lab 13-1Configuring SDM Minimum Requirements
  • Lab 13-2Installing Cisco Security Device Manager (SDM)
  • CCNA Practice Exam(72 Questions)

 

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