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NETW 152 Syllabus Virtual LANs and WANs CCNA

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									      NETW 152 Syllllabus
      NETW 152 Sy abus




Viirtuall LANs and WANs // CCNA
V rtua LANs and WANs CCNA




                    Created 2 July 2003
                    Professor Andrew H. Andersen, Jr.
NETW 152      Virtual LANs and WANs /CCNA


COURSE DESCRIPTION
This is the second of a two semester sequence designed to provide students with classroom and
laboratory experience in current and emerging networking technology that will empower them to
enter employment and/or further education and training in the computer networking field.
Instruction introduces and extends the student’s knowledge and practical experience with routers,
switches, Local Area Networks (LAN’s), and Virtual Local Area Networks (VLAN’s) design,
configuration, and maintenance. In addition, the student will learn and have practical experience
with Wide Area Networks (WANs), Integrated Services Data Networks (ISDN), Point-to-Point
Protocols (PPP) and Frame Relay design, configuration, and maintenance. Students develop
practical experience in skills related to configuring LAN’s, WAN’s, Novell networks,
Internetwork Packet Exchange (IPX) routing and Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (IGRP),
configuring WAN’s, ISDN, PPP and Frame Relay protocols and network troubleshooting.
This course consists of seven hours of lecture and three hours of lab per week. At the conclusion
of this course, the student will earn eight credits

PREREQUISITES
A grade of C or better in ELEC 151 or NETW 151, or CCNA Semester 1 and 2 at another CNAP
institution. This course is not open to students who have already taken ELEC 152.

REQUIRED TEXT AND MATERIALS
Cisco Networking Academy Program: CCNA 3 and 4 Companion Guide Third Edition by Cisco
Systems Inc., Cisco Press, 1-58713-110-2
Cisco Networking Academy Program: CCNA 3 and 4 Lab Companion Third Edition by Cisco
Systems Inc., Cisco Press, 1-58713-114-5
Cisco Networking Academy Program: CCNA 3 and 4 Engineering Journal and Workbook,
Third Edition, by Cisco Systems Inc., Cisco Press, 1-58713-115-3

STUDENT PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
  1. Active participation in this course by all students is required and expected. Attendance for
     all lectures is strongly advised.
  2. There will be a minimum of two major exams, and each carries equal weight. In addition,
     there are quizzes taken at the rate of 1 per lecture meeting.
  3. The progress of the student will be evaluated by class participation, graded assignments,
     performance, test grades, and on time submission of laboratory assignments. In order to
     pass the course, the student must have a passing test average, a passing average for
     laboratory performance, and a passing grade for the lab skills practical and the capstone
     project.
     If you have a documented disability and would like to request an accommodation
     and/or academic adjustment, contact the Disability Services Office at (732) 224 2730
     or TTY (732) 842 4211.




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FINAL GRADE
The final grade will be determined by the following:
            70% for exams and quizzes.
            30% for Laboratory Performance, Laboratory Skills Practical
           100% Grade for the Course
The following scale will be used to determine satisfactory progress on each unit examination and
for the final as follows:
      Final Grade         Range
      A                   90 to 100
      B                   80 to 89
      C                   70 to 79
      D                   65 to 69
      F                   Below 65
You must obtain a grade of C or better to use this course as a prerequisite for NETW 152.

INCOMPLETE
It is the student's responsibility to submit all classwork on a timely basis, and it is expected that all
course requirements be completed by the last class meeting. In cases of hardship or emergency
your instructor may grant a grade of INC. In order to be considered for the grade INC, the student
must have satisfactorily completed 80% of the course, have a passing test average, and must meet
with the instructor prior to the last class meeting to discuss this option. Your instructor is under
no obligation to grant an INC. In the event that you are granted an INC, it must be completed by
the first week of the following semester or an earlier date specified by the instructor.

WITHDRAWING FROM CLASS
Last day to withdraw from a class with a grade W is the 10th week. While a W does not affect your
GPA, it may have impact if you are receiving Financial Aid. Before withdrawing from any class,
you should consult with your counselor, or a Financial Aid representative.

CORE COMPETENCIES
The student will design, build, and install local area networks in various configurations using
Cisco routers and switches and other common network hardware. This courses teaches and
assesses the following Core Competencies:

COMMUNICATION SKILLS
Students will develop and enhance the skills that allow them to think critically and communicate
ideas in a clear, concise manner. Students will:
  1.1     Communicate information and ideas clearly and effectively in writing form.
  1.2     Communicate information and ideas clearly and effectively in spoken form.
  1.5     Demonstrate effective listening skills.
  1.6     Demonstrate effective reading skills.

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CRITICAL THINKING, PROBLEM SOLVING
Students will use critical thinking and problem solving skills in analyzing information. Students
will:
 2.1     Identify a problem and analyze it.
 2.2     Create or develop hypotheses.
 2.3     Recognize and construct logical forms of argumentation.

SCIENTIFIC PERSPECTIVE
Students will develop a familiarity with the principles and methods of scientific inquiry, and with
its significance to society. Students will:
  5.1     Develop appropriate skills in observation and experimentation to solve problems.
  5.3     Be able to evaluate and apply appropriate technology.

INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGICAL LITERACY
Students will process information including defining, accessing, gathering, organizing, evaluating,
and presenting information. The student will:
 7.2     Conduct and complete effective research.
 7.4     Use appropriate technologies and services to access and process information.

ACADEMIC INTEGRITY
Academic integrity is submitting one's own work, and properly acknowledging the work of others.
Any violation of this principle constitutes academic dishonesty. Academic dishonesty includes:
Plagiarism
    Submitting another's work, in whole or part, as one's own. This includes an examination, a
    computer program, a laboratory report, or a written assignment.
Facilitating Academic Dishonesty
    Helping another commit an act of dishonesty, such as substituting for an examination or
    completing an assignment for someone else.
Cheating
    Using or attempting to use unauthorized materials on an examination or assignment, such as
    using unauthorized texts or notes or improperly obtaining, or attempting to obtain, copies of an
    examination or answers to an examination.
Illegal System Access
    Altering, transmitting, or permitting unauthorized individuals to access your account, or an
    attempt to alter or destroy system files on any server or computer. This also includes altering,
    transmitting, or attempting to alter or transmit academic information or records by
    unauthorized individuals.
Students that participate in dishonest activities:
    ♦ will receive a 0 for that project, examination, or assignment
    ♦ may be given a grade of F for the course
    ♦ will be reported to the Dean for disciplinary action
For additional information, refer to the current Brookdale Community College Student Handbook.


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                                         UNIT 1 OF 18
Name of Unit
Unit Objective
Method Of Evaluation              Class participation and the grading of homework assignments
                                  and programs.
Estimated Time To Achieve         3.5 hours
Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this unit, the student will describe or perform the following:


Recommended Learning Experiences

Attend         Class and participate in the lecture.
Read           The text Chapter 1
               On-Line Curriculum Semester 3 Chapter 1
Turn In        Homework 1 - Chapter 1 Check your Understanding questions in text
                            Chapter 1 Assignments in Engineering Journal and Workbook




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                                         UNIT 2 OF 18
Name of Unit                      Introduction to Classless Routing
Unit Objective
Method Of Evaluation              Class participation and the grading of homework assignments
                                  and programs.
Estimated Time To Achieve         3.5 hours
Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this unit, the student will describe or perform the following:
 2.1. Scaling networks with NAT and PAT
     2.1.1.    Private addressing
     2.1.1.    Introducing NAT and PAT
     2.1.2.    Major NAT and PAT features
     2.1.3.    Configuring NAT and PAT
     2.1.4.    Verifying PAT configuration
     2.1.5.    Troubleshooting the NAT and PAT configuration
     2.1.6.    Issues with NAT
 2.2. DHCP
     2.1.2.    Introducing DHCP
     2.1.3.    BootP and DHCP differences
     2.1.4.    Major DHCP features
     2.1.5.    DHCP operation
     2.1.6.    Configuring DHCP
     2.1.7.    Verifying DHCP operation
     2.1.8.    Troubleshooting DHCP
     2.1.9.    DHCP Relay
Recommended Learning Experiences

Attend         Class and participate in the lecture.
Read           The text Chapter 2
               On-Line Curriculum Semester 3 Chapter 2
Turn In        Homework 1 - Chapter 2 Check your Understanding questions in text
                            Chapter 2 Assignments in Engineering Journal and Workbook
Perform        CCNA 3 and 4 Laboratory Companion Lab 2-1 to 2-5




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                                         UNIT 3 OF 18
Name of Unit                      Single-Area OSPF
Unit Objective                    The student will
Method Of Evaluation              Class participation and the grading of homework assignments
                                  and programs.
Estimated Time To Achieve         3.5 hours
Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this unit, the student will describe or perform the following:
  3.1. Link State Routing Protocol
     3.1.1. Overview of link state routing
     3.1.2. Link state routing features
     3.1.3. How routing information is maintained
     3.1.4. Link state routing algorithms
     3.1.5. Benefits and problems with link state routing
     3.1.6. Compare and contrast distance vector and link state routing
  3.2. Single Area OSPF Concepts
     3.2.1. OSPF overview
     3.2.2. OSPF terminology
     3.2.3. Comparing OSPF with distance vector routing protocols
     3.2.4. Shortest path algorithm
     3.2.5. OSPF network types
     3.2.6. OSPF Hello protocol
     3.2.7. Steps in operation of OSPF
  3.3. Single Area OSPF Configuration
     3.3.1. Configuring the OSPF routing process
     3.3.2. Configuring OSPF loopback address and router priority
     3.3.3. Modifying OSPF cost metric
     3.3.4. Configuring OSPF authentication
     3.3.5. Configuring OSPF timers
     3.3.6. OSPF propagating a default route
     3.3.7. Common OSPF configuration Issues
     3.3.8. Verifying the OSPF configuration
Recommended Learning Experiences

Attend         Class and participate in the lecture.
Read           The text Chapter 3
               On-Line Curriculum Semester 3 Chapter 3
Turn In        Homework 3 - Chapter 3 Check your Understanding questions in text
                            Chapter 3 Assignments in Engineering Journal and Workbook
Perform        CCNA 3 and 4 Laboratory Companion Lab 3-1 to 3-6




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                                         UNIT 4 OF 18
Name of Unit                      EIGRP
Unit Objective                    The student will learn how routers can be used to connect two
                                  or more networks and how they are used to pass data packets
                                  between networks based on network protocol information.
                                  He/she will also learn that a router can have more than one
                                  Internet Protocol (IP) address because it is attached to more
                                  than one network. In this unit, the student will learn more about
                                  how routers operate and what kinds of protocols they use.
                                  Finally, they will be able to describe routing and IP routing
                                  protocols, and discuss Cisco's proprietary implementation of
                                  EIGRP
Method Of Evaluation              Class participation and the grading of homework assignments
                                  and programs.
Estimated Time To Achieve         3.5 hours
Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this unit, the student will describe or perform the following:
    4.1. EIGRP Concepts
     4.1.2.    Comparing EIGRP with IGRP
     4.1.3.    EIGRP concepts and terminology
     4.1.4.    EIGRP design Features
     4.1.5.    EIGRP technologies
     4.1.6.    EIGRP data structures
     4.1.7.    EIGRP algorithm
  4.2. EIGRP Configuration
     4.2.2.    Configuring EIGRP
     4.2.3.    Configuring EIGRP summarization
     4.2.4.    Verifying basic EIGRP
     4.2.5.    Building neighbor tables
     4.2.6.    Discover routes
     4.2.7.    Select routes
     4.2.8.    Maintaining routing tables
  4.3. Troubleshooting Routing Protocols
     4.3.2.    Routing protocol troubleshooting process
     4.3.3.    Troubleshooting RIP configuration
     4.3.4.    Troubleshooting IGRP configuration
     4.3.5.    Troubleshooting EIGRP configuration
     4.3.6.    Troubleshooting OSPF configuration
Recommended Learning Experiences

Attend         Class and participate in the lecture.
Read           The text Chapter 4
               On-Line Curriculum Semester 3 Chapter 4



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Turn In    Homework 4 - Chapter 4 Check your Understanding questions in text
                        Chapter 4 Assignments in Engineering Journal and Workbook
Perform    CCNA 3 and 4 Laboratory Companion Lab 4-1 and 4-2




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                                       UNIT 5 OF 18
Name of Unit                    LAN Switching
Unit Objective                  The student will learn about LAN congestion, its effect on
                                network performance, and the advantages of LAN
                                segmentation in a network. In addition, he/she will learn about
                                the advantages and disadvantages of using bridges, switches,
                                and routers for LAN segmentation and the effects of switching,
                                bridging, and routing on network throughput.
Method Of Evaluation            Class participation and the grading of homework assignments
                                and programs.
Estimated Time To Achieve       3.5 hours
Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this unit, the student will describe or perform the following:
    5.1. Introduction to Ethernet/802.3 LANs
     5.1.2.     Ethernet/802.3 LAN development
     5.1.3.     Factors that impact on network performance
     5.1.4.     Elements of Ethernet/802.3 networks
     5.1.5.     Half-Duplex networks
     5.1.6.     Network congestion
     5.1.7.     Network latency
     5.1.8.     Ethernet 10BASE-T transmission time
     5.1.9.     The benefits of using repeaters
     5.1.10. Full-duplex transmitting
  5.2. Intro to LAN Switching
     5.2.2.     LAN segmentation
     5.2.3.     LAN segmentation with bridges
     5.2.4.     The advantages and disadvantages of LAN segmentation with routers
     5.2.5.     The advantages and disadvantages of LAN segmentation with switches
     5.2.6.     Describe the basic operations of a switch
     5.2.7.     Ethernet switch latency
     5.2.8.     Layer 2 and Layer 3 switching
     5.2.9.     Symmetric and asymmetric switching
     5.2.10. Memory buffering
     5.2.11. Two switching methods
  5.3. Switch Operation
     5.3.2.     Functions of Ethernet switches
     5.3.3.     Frame transmission modes
     5.3.4.     How switches and bridges learn addresses part 1
     5.3.5.     How switches and bridges filter frames
     5.3.6.     LAN segmentation using bridging
     5.3.7.     Microsegmentation
     5.3.8.     Microsegmentation Implementation
     5.3.9.     Switches and collision domains
     5.3.10. Switches and broadcast domains
     5.3.11. Communications between switches and workstations


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Recommended Learning Experiences

Attend      Class and participate in the lecture.
Read        The text Chapter 5
            On-Line Curriculum Semester 3 Chapter 5
Turn In     Homework 5 - Chapter 5 Check your Understanding questions in text
                         Chapter 5 Assignments in Engineering Journal and Workbook
Perform     CCNA 3 and 4 Laboratory Companion Chapter 5 Lab




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                                         UNIT 6 OF 18
Name of Unit                      Switches
Unit Objective                    The student will begin to learn the LAN design process. In
                                  addition, he/she will describe LAN design goals, network
                                  design issues, network design methodology, and the
                                  development of LAN topologies.
Method Of Evaluation              Class participation and the grading of homework assignments
                                  and programs.
Estimated Time To Achieve         3.5 hours
Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this unit, the student will describe or perform the following:
    6.1. LAN Design
     6.1.2.    LAN design goals
     6.1.3.    LAN design considerations
     6.1.4.    LAN design methodology
     6.1.5.    Layer 1 design
     6.1.6.    Layer 2 design
     6.1.7.    Layer 3 design
  6.2. LAN Switches
     6.2.2.    Switched LANs, access layer overview
     6.2.3.    Access layer switches
     6.2.4.    Distribution layer overview
     6.2.5.    Distribution layer switches
     6.2.6.    Core layer overview
     6.2.7.    Core layer switches
Recommended Learning Experiences

Attend         Class and participate in the lecture.
Read           The text Chapter 6
               On-Line Curriculum Semester 3 Chapter 6
Turn In        Homework 6 - Chapter 6 Check your Understanding questions in text
                            Chapter 6 Assignments in Engineering Journal and Workbook
Perform        CCNA 3 and 4 Laboratory Companion Chapter 6 Lab




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                                       UNIT 7 OF 18
Name of Unit                     Switch Configuration
Unit Objective
Method Of Evaluation             Class participation and the grading of homework assignments
                                 and programs.
Estimated Time To Achieve        3.5 hours
Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this unit, the student will describe or perform the following:
    7.1. Starting the Switch
     7.1.2.     Physical startup of the Catalyst switch
     7.1.3.     Switch LED indicators
     7.1.4.     Verifying port LEDs during switch POST
     7.1.5.     Viewing initial bootup output from the switch
     7.1.6.     Examining keyboard help in the switch command-line interface
     7.1.7.     Showing the switch initial startup status
  7.2. Configuring the Switch
     7.2.2.     Verifying the Catalyst switch default configuration
     7.2.3.     Configuring the Catalyst switch
     7.2.4.     Managing the MAC address table
     7.2.5.     Configuring static MAC addresses
     7.2.6.     Configuring port security
     7.2.7.     Executing adds, moves, and changes
     7.2.8.     Managing switch operating system images and device configuration files
     7.2.9.     1900/2950 password recover
     7.2.10. 1900/2900 firmware upgrade
Recommended Learning Experiences

Attend        Class and participate in the lecture.
Read          The text Chapter 7
              On-Line Curriculum Semester 3 Chapter 7
Turn In       Homework 7 - Chapter 7 Check your Understanding questions in text
                           Chapter 7 Assignments in Engineering Journal and Workbook
Perform       CCNA 3 and 4 Laboratory Companion Lab 7-1 to 7-10




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                                        UNIT 8 OF 18
Name of Unit                      Spanning Tree Protocol
Unit Objective
Method Of Evaluation              Class participation and the grading of homework assignments
                                  and programs.
Estimated Time To Achieve         3.5 hours
Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this unit, the student will describe or perform the following:
    8.1. Redundant Topologies
     8.1.2.    Redundancy
     8.1.3.    Redundant topologies
     8.1.4.    Redundant switched topologies
     8.1.5.    Broadcast storms
     8.1.6.    Multiple fame transmissions
     8.1.7.    MAC database instability
  8.2. STP Overview
     8.2.2.    Redundant topology and spanning tree
     8.2.3.    Spanning Tree Protocol
     8.2.4.    Spanning tree operation
     8.2.5.    Selecting a root bridge
     8.2.6.    Stages of spanning tree port states
     8.2.7.    Spanning tree recalculation
     8.2.8.    Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol
Recommended Learning Experiences
Attend         Class and participate in the lecture.
Read           The text Chapter 8
               On-Line Curriculum Semester 3 Chapter 8
Turn In        Homework 8 - Chapter 8 Check your Understanding questions in text
                              Chapter 8 Assignments in Engineering Journal and Workbook
Perform        CCNA 3 and 4 Laboratory Companion Lab 8-1 and 8-2




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                                          UNIT 9 OF 18
Name of Unit                      VLAN’s
Unit Objective                    The student will learn about VLANs and switched
                                  internetworking. He/she will compare traditional shared LAN
                                  configurations with switched LAN configurations and discuss
                                  the benefits of using a switched VLAN architecture.
Method Of Evaluation              Class participation and the grading of homework assignments
                                  and programs.
Estimated Time To Achieve         5 hours
Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this unit, the student will describe or perform the following:
    9.1. VLAN Concepts
     9.1.2.    VLAN introduction
     9.1.3.    Broadcast domains with VLANs and routers
     9.1.4.    VLAN operation
     9.1.5.    Benefits of VLANs
     9.1.6.    VLAN types
  9.2. VLAN Configuration
     9.2.2.    VLAN basics
     9.2.3.    Geographic VLANs
     9.2.4.    Configuring static VLANs
     9.2.5.    Verifying VLAN configuration
     9.2.6.    Saving VLAN configuration
     9.2.7.    Deleting VLANs
  9.3. Troubleshooting VLANs
     9.3.2.    Overview
     9.3.3.    VLAN troubleshooting process
     9.3.4.    Preventing broadcast storms
     9.3.5.    Troubleshooting VLANs
     9.3.6.    VLAN troubleshooting scenarios
Recommended Learning Experiences

Attend         Class and participate in the lecture.
Read           The text Chapter 9
               On-Line Curriculum Semester 3 Chapter 9
Turn In        Homework 9 - Chapter 9 Check your Understanding questions in text
                              Chapter 9 Assignments in Engineering Journal and Workbook
Perform        CCNA 3 and 4 Laboratory Companion Lab 9-1 to 9-3




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                                         UNIT 10 OF 18
Name of Unit                      VTP
Unit Objective
Method Of Evaluation              Class participation and the grading of homework assignments
                                  and programs.
Estimated Time To Achieve         5.5 hours
Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this unit, the student will describe or perform the following:
    10.1.      Trunking
     10.1.2. History of trunking
     10.1.3. Trunking concepts
     10.1.4. Trunking operation
     10.1.5. VLANs and trunking
     10.1.6. Trunking implementation
  10.2. VTP
     10.2.2. History of VTP
     10.2.3. VTP concepts
     10.2.4. VTP operation
     10.2.5. VTP implementation
     10.2.6. VTP configuration
  10.3. Inter-VLAN Routing
     10.3.2. VLAN overview
     10.3.3. Introducing Inter-VLAN routing
     10.3.4. Inter-VLAN issues and solutions
     10.3.5. Physical, logical, and virtual interfaces
     10.3.6. Dividing physical interfaces into subinterfaces
     10.3.7. Configuring Inter-VLAN routing
Recommended Learning Experiences

Attend         Class and participate in the lecture.
Read           The text Chapter 10
               On-Line Curriculum Semester 4 Chapter 10
Turn In        Homework 10 - Chapter 10 Check your Understanding questions in text
                              Chapter 10 Assignments in Engineering Journal and Workbook
Perform        CCNA 3 and 4 Laboratory Companion Lab 10-1 to 10-4




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                                    Case Study Semester 3
Name Of Unit                     ACL Case Study
Unit Objective                   The student will
Method Of Evaluation             Class participation, and the grading of homework assignments
                                 and programs.
Estimated Time To Achieve        12 hours
Learning Objectives

The student will
Recommended Learning Experiences

Attend        Class and participate in the lecture.
Read
Turn In
Perform




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                                         UNIT 11 OF 18
Name of Unit                      Scaling IP Addresses
Unit Objective
Method Of Evaluation              Class participation and the grading of homework assignments
                                  and programs.
Estimated Time To Achieve         3.5 hours
Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this unit, the student will describe or perform the following:
  2.2. Scaling networks with NAT and PAT
     2.2.1. Private addressing
     2.2.2. Introducing NAT and PAT
     2.2.3. Major NAT and PAT features
     2.2.4. Configuring NAT and PAT
     2.2.5. Verifying PAT configuration
     2.2.6. Troubleshooting the NAT and PAT configuration
     2.2.7. Issues with NAT
  2.3. DHCP
     2.3.1. Introducing DHCP
     2.3.2. BootP and DHCP differences
     2.3.3. Major DHCP features
     2.3.4. DHCP operation
     2.3.5. Configuring DHCP
     2.3.6. Verifying DHCP operation
     2.3.7. Troubleshooting DHCP
     2.3.8. DHCP Relay
Recommended Learning Experiences

Attend         Class and participate in the lecture.
Read           The text Chapter 11
               On-Line Curriculum Semester 4 Chapter 1
Turn In        Homework 11 - Chapter 11 Check your Understanding questions in text
                              Chapter 11 Assignments in Engineering Journal and Workbook
Perform        CCNA 3 and 4 Laboratory Companion Lab




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                                      UNIT 12 OF 18
Name of Unit                      WAN Technologies
Unit Objective
Method Of Evaluation              Class participation and the grading of homework assignments
                                  and programs.
Estimated Time To Achieve         3.5 hours
Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this unit, the student will describe or perform the following:
  2.1 WAN Technologies Overview
     2.1.1   WAN technology
     2.1.2   WAN devices
     2.1.3   WAN standards
     2.1.4   WAN encapsulation
     2.1.5   Packet and circuit switching
     2.1.6   WAN link options
  2.2 WAN Technologies
     2.2.1   Analog dialup
     2.2.2   ISDN dialup
     2.2.3   Leased line
     2.2.4   X.25
     2.2.5   Frame Relay
     2.2.6   ATM
     2.2.7   DSL
     2.2.8   Cable modem
  2.3 WAN Design
     2.3.1   WAN communication
     2.3.2   Steps in WAN design
     2.3.3   How to identify and select networking capabilities
     2.3.4   Three-layer design model
     2.3.5   Other layered design models
     2.3.6   Other WAN design considerations
Recommended Learning Experiences

Attend         Class and participate in the lecture.
Read           The text Chapter 11
               On-Line Curriculum Semester 4 Chapter 2
Turn In        Homework 11 - Chapter 11 Check your Understanding questions in text
                              Chapter 11 Assignments in Engineering Journal and Workbook
Perform        CCNA 3 and 4 Laboratory Companion Lab




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                                         UNIT 13 OF 18
Name of Unit                      Point-to-Point Protocol
Unit Objective                    The student will learn about the basic components, processes,
                                  and operations that define Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP)
                                  communication. He/she will discuss the use of Link Control
                                  Protocol (LCP) and the Network Control Program (NCP)
                                  frames in PPP. Finally, the student will learn how to configure
                                  and verify the configuration of PPP. Along with PPP
                                  authentication, he/she will learn to use Password
                                  Authentication Protocol (PAP) and Challenge Handshake
                                  Authentication Protocol (CHAP).
Method Of Evaluation              Class participation and the grading of homework assignments
                                  and programs.
Estimated Time To Achieve         3.5 hours
Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this unit, the student will describe or perform the following:
  3.1. Serial Point-to-Point Links
     3.1.2. Introduction to serial communication
     3.1.3. Time-division multiplexing
     3.1.4. Demarcation point
     3.1.5. DTE-DCE
     3.1.6. HDLC encapsulation
     3.1.7. Configuring HDLC encapsulation
     3.1.8. Troubleshooting a serial interface
  3.2. PPP
     3.2.2. PPP layered architecture
     3.2.3. Establishing a PPP session
     3.2.4. PPP authentication protocols
     3.2.5. Password Authentication Protocol (PAP)
     3.2.6. Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol (CHAP)
     3.2.7. PPP encapsulation and authentication process
  3.3. PPP Configuration
     3.3.2. Introduction to configuring PPP
     3.3.3. Configuring PPP and PPP authentication
     3.3.4. Verifying the serial PPP encapsulation configuration
     3.3.5. Troubleshooting the serial PPP encapsulation configuration
Recommended Learning Experiences
Attend         Class and participate in the lecture.
Read           The text Chapter 13
               On-Line Curriculum Semester 4 Chapter 3
Turn In        Homework 13 - Chapter 13 Check your Understanding questions in text
                               Chapter 13 Assignments in Engineering Journal and Workbook
Perform        CCNA 3 and 4 Laboratory Companion Lab 13-1 to 13-5

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                                         UNIT 12 OF 18
Name of Unit                      ISDN
Unit Objective                    Many types of WAN technologies can be implemented to solve
                                  connectivity issues for users who need network access from
                                  remote locations. ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network)
                                  is specifically designed to solve the low bandwidth problems
                                  that small offices or dial-in users have with traditional
                                  telephone dial-in services. In this unit, the student will learn
                                  about the services, standards, components, operation, and
                                  configuration of ISDN communication.
Method Of Evaluation              Class participation and the grading of homework assignments
                                  and programs.
Estimated Time To Achieve         3.5 hours
Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this unit, the student will describe or perform the following:
  4.1. ISDN Concepts
     4.1.2. Introducing ISDN
     4.1.3. ISDN standards and access methods
     4.1.4. ISDN 3-layer model and protocols
     4.1.5. ISDN functions
     4.1.6. ISDN reference points
     4.1.7. Determining the router ISDN interface
     4.1.8. ISDN switch types
  4.2. ISDN Configuration
     4.2.2. Configuring ISDN BRI
     4.2.3. Configuring ISDN PRI
     4.2.4. Verifying the ISDN configuration
     4.2.5. Troubleshooting the ISDN configuration
  4.3. DDR Configuration
     4.3.2. DDR operation
     4.3.3. Configuring legacy DDR
     4.3.4. Defining static routes for DDR
     4.3.5. Specifying interesting traffic for DDR
     4.3.6. Configuring DDR dialer information
     4.3.7. Dialer profiles
     4.3.8. Configuring dialer profiles
     4.3.9. Verifying DDR configuration
     4.3.10. Troubleshooting the DDR configuration
Recommended Learning Experiences

Attend         Class and participate in the lecture.
Read           The text Chapter 14
               On-Line Curriculum Semester 4 Chapter 4



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Turn In    Homework 14 - Chapter 14 Check your Understanding questions in text
                         Chapter 14 Assignments in Engineering Journal and Workbook
Perform    CCNA 3 and 4 Laboratory Companion Lab 14-1 to 14-3




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                                       UNIT 15 OF 18
Name of Unit                      Frame Relay
Unit Objective                    The student will learn about Frame Relay services, standards,
                                  components, and operation. He/she will describe the
                                  configuration tasks for Frame Relay service, along with the
                                  commands for monitoring and maintaining a Frame Relay
                                  connection.
Method Of Evaluation              Class participation and the grading of homework assignments
                                  and programs.
Estimated Time To Achieve         3.5 hours
Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this unit, the student will describe or perform the following:
  5.1 Frame Relay Concepts
     5.1.1   Introducing Frame Relay
     5.1.2   Frame Relay terminology
     5.1.3   Frame Relay stack layered support
     5.1.4   Frame Relay nandwidth and flow control
     5.1.5   Frame Relay address mapping/topology
     5.1.6   Frame Relay LMI
     5.1.7   Stages of Inverse ARP and LMI operation
  5.2 Basic Frame Relay Configuration
     5.2.1   Configuring basic Frame Relay
     5.2.2   Configuring a static Frame Relay map
     5.2.3   Reachibility issues with routing updates in NBMA
     5.2.4   Frame Relay subinterfaces
     5.2.5   Configuring Frame Relay ssubinterfaces
     5.2.6   Verifying the Frame Relay configuration
     5.2.7   Troubleshooting the Frame Relay configuration
Recommended Learning Experiences

Attend         Class and participate in the lecture.
Read           The text Chapter 15
               On-Line Curriculum Semester 4 Chapter 5
Turn In        Homework 15 - Chapter 15 Check your Understanding questions in text
                              Chapter 15 Assignments in Engineering Journal and Workbook
Perform        CCNA 3 and 4 Laboratory Companion Lab 15-1 to 15-4




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                                       UNIT 16 OF 18
Name of Unit                      Network Administration
Unit Objective                    The student will learn how to troubleshoot network problems
                                  when they arise. He/she will describe when it is necessary to
                                  expand or change the network's configuration in order to meet
                                  the changing demands placed on it. Finally, the student will
                                  learn about managing a network using techniques such as
                                  documentation, monitoring, and troubleshooting.
Method Of Evaluation              Class participation and the grading of homework assignments
                                  and programs.
Estimated Time To Achieve         3.5 hours
Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this unit, the student will describe or perform the following:
  6.1 Workstations and Servers
     6.1.1   Workstations
     6.1.2   Servers
     6.1.3   Client-server relationship
     6.1.4   Introduction to NOS
     6.1.5   Microsoft NT, 2000, and .NET
     6.1.6   UNIX (SUN, HP, LINUX)
     6.1.7   Apple
     6.1.8   Concept of service on servers
  6.2 Network Management
     6.2.1   Introduction to network management
     6.2.2   OSI and network management model
     6.2.3   Standards: SNMP and CMIP
     6.2.4   SNMP operation
     6.2.5   Structure of management information and MIBs
     6.2.6   SNMP protocol
     6.2.7   Configuring SNMP
     6.2.8   RMON
     6.2.9   Syslog
Recommended Learning Experiences

Attend         Class and participate in the lecture.
Read           The text Chapter 16
               On-Line Curriculum Semester 4 Chapter 6
Turn In        Homework 16 - Chapter 16 Check your Understanding questions in text
                              Chapter 16 Assignments in Engineering Journal and Workbook
Perform        CCNA 3 and 4 Laboratory Companion Chapter 16 Lab




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                                       UNIT 17 OF 18
Name of Unit                      Emerging Technologies
Unit Objective
Method Of Evaluation              Class participation and the grading of homework assignments
                                  and programs.
Estimated Time To Achieve         3.5 hours
Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this unit, the student will describe or perform the following:
  7.1 Basics of Optical Networks
     7.1.1   Optical business requirements
     7.1.2   Fiber-optic transmission systems
     7.1.3   Light
     7.1.4   Optical transmission
     7.1.5   Reflection and refraction
     7.1.6   Optical fibers
     7.1.7   Loss factors
     7.1.8   Attenuation
     7.1.9   Optical filter and amplifier technology
  7.2 Optical Transmission and Multiplexing
     7.2.1   SONET technology
     7.2.2   SONET/SDH
     7.2.3   DWDM systems
     7.2.4   E/O/E conversion
     7.2.5   Data transmission
     7.2.6   DWDM advantages
Recommended Learning Experiences

Attend         Class and participate in the lecture.
Read           The text Chapter 17
               On-Line Curriculum Semester 4 Chapter 7
Perform        Complete and submit Case Study
               CCNA 3 and 4 Laboratory Companion Chapter 17 Lab




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                                       UNIT 18 OF 18
Name of Unit                      Network Management
Unit Objective                    The student will learn how to troubleshoot network problems
                                  when they arise. He/she will describe when it is necessary to
                                  expand or change the network's configuration in order to meet
                                  the changing demands placed on it. Finally, the student will
                                  learn about managing a network using techniques such as
                                  documentation, monitoring, and troubleshooting.
Method Of Evaluation              Class participation and the grading of homework assignments
                                  and programs.
Estimated Time To Achieve         3.5 hours
Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this unit, the student will describe or perform the following:


Recommended Learning Experiences

Attend         Class and participate in the lecture.
Read           The text Chapter 18
Turn In        Homework 18 - Chapter 18 Check your Understanding questions in text
                              Chapter 18Assignments in Engineering Journal and Workbook




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                                    Case Study Semester 4
Name Of Unit                      WAN Case Study
Unit Objective
Method Of Evaluation              Class participation, and the grading of homework assignments
                                  and programs.
Estimated Time To Achieve         12 hours
Learning Objectives

The student will
Recommended Learning Experiences

Attend         Class and participate in the lecture.
Read
Turn In
Perform




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