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					                                                                           CCENT - ICND 1
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The Introduction to Cisco Networking Technologies exam is one of the two qualifying exams available to
candidates pursuing a two-exam option for CCNA. This exam tests content covered in the Introduction to
Cisco Networking Technologies (INTRO) course including topics on Network Types, Network Media,
Switching Fundamentals, TCP/IP, IP Addressing and Routing, WAN Technologies, Operating and
Configuring IOS Devices, and Managing Network Environments. The exam will certify that the successful
candidate has important knowledge and skills necessary to describe and identify major network and WAN
components, along with their function and purpose.

Target Audience & Prerequisites
This course is aimed at learners who wish to gain an industry qualification in CISCO Networking
Technologies. Candidates should have an understanding of the core components of any computer system.
Contact                                            Course Duration
www:                        5 Days
Telephone: +353-61-202700

PART I: Networking Fundamentals                        PART II: Operating CISCO Devices
(1) Introduction to Computer Networking Concepts       (7) Operating CISCO Routers
    • Basic introduction to Computer Networks              • CISCO IOS Software Command-Line Interface
(2) TCP/IP & OSI Networking                                • Configuring CISCO IOS Software
    • The TCP/IP Protocol Architecture                     • Upgrading CISCO IOS Software
    • OSI Reference Model                                  • CISCO IOS Software Boot Process
(3) Data-Link Layer Fundamentals: Ethernet LANs        (8) Operating LAN Switches
    • OSI Perspectives on LANs                             • Navigating through a CISCO 2950 Switch
    • Early Ethernet Standards                             • Switch Initialisation
    • Ethernet Data-Link Protocols
    • Recent Ethernet Standards                        PART III: LAN Switching
(4) Fundamentals of WANs                               (9) CISCO LAN Switching Basics
    • OSI Layer 1 for Point-to-Point WANs                  • The Case for Bridging and Switching
    • OSI Layer 2 for Point-to-Point WANs                  • Transparent Bridging
    • Packet Switching Services                            • LAN Switching
(5) Fundamentals of IP                                     • LAN Segmentation
    • Typical Features of OSI Layer 3                  (10) Virtual LANs and Trunking
    • IP Addressing Fundamentals                           • Virtual LAN Concepts
    • Network layer Utilities                              • Trunking with ISL and 802.1q
    • IP Routing and Routing Protocols                     • Passing Traffic Between VLANs
(6) Fundamentals of TCP and UDP                        (11) LAN Cabling, Standards and Topologies
    • Typical Features of OSI Layer 4                      • Network Topologies
    • The Transmission Control Protocol                    • Cabling and Connectors
    • The User Datagram Protocol                           • Ethernet Standards
                                                           • Wireless Communication
PART IV: TCP/IP                                        PART V: Wide-Area Networking
(12) IP Addressing and Subnetting                      (15) Wide-Area Networking
   • IP Addressing Review                                 • Perspectives on PSTN
   • Analysing & Interpreting IP Addresses & Subnets      • Analogue Modems
   • Scaling the IP Address Space for the Internet        • Integrated Services Digital Network
(13) Basic Router Configuration and Operation             • Digital Subscriber Line
   • Configuring IP Addresses                             • Cable Modems
   • IP Troubleshooting Features                          • Comparison of Remote Access Technologies
(14) Introduction to Dynamic Routing Protocols
   • Routing Protocol Overview

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