Cisco CCENT R&S: ICND1

Course Overview

The ICND1: Cisco CCENT R&S course is the first step into Cisco networking. The goal of this online training course is to provide students with the fundamental skills needed to successfully install, operate, configure, and maintain Cisco routers and switches. Students who have attended the ICND1 online training course will gain competency with Cisco IOS-based devices and ISR-capable routers. Crucial elements of this course include the coverage of IPv4 subnetting, ACLs, VLANs, as well as Static and Dynamic Routing which are all needed for success at all levels of Cisco certification.

IPv6 is also introduced with a focus on static routing and OSPFv3. This online training course is preparation for the Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician (CCENT) exam. Students pursuing their CCNA Routing and Switching certification should attend both ICND1 and ICND2 online training courses.

Exam Number: 100-101 ICND1 (Last day to test: August 20th, 2016)

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Instructor: Desiree Lindfield

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Skills Learned

  • Network fundamentals and how to build simple LANs
  • Establish Internet connectivity
  • Manage network device security
  • Expand small to medium-sized networks with WAN connectivity
  • IPv6 basics
  • Describe how networks function, identifying major components, function of network components, and the OSI reference model
  • Describe the reasons for extending the reach of a LAN and the methods that can be used, with a focus on RF wireless access
  • Describe the reasons for connecting networks with routers and how routed networks transmit data through networks using TCP/IP
  • Describe the function of WANs, the major devices of WANs, and configure PPP encapsulation, static and dynamic routing, PAT, and RIP routing
  • Use the command-line interface to discover neighbors on the network and manage the router start up and configuration

Who Should Attend This Course

ICND1 is an essential online training course for students preparing for the CCNA or CCENT certification. Students pursuing the CCNA Routing and Switching certification should attend parts 1 & 2 of ICND. Students pursuing the CCENT certification need only attend part 1 of ICND.

  • Individuals seeking the CCENT certification or CCNA Routing and Switching certification
  • Support technicians involved in the basic installation, operation, and verification of LAN networks
  • Entry-level network engineers, network administrators, network support technicians, and help desk technicians

Prerequisites

  • Basic computer literacy
  • Basic Microsoft Windows navigation skills
  • Basic Internet usage skills
  • Basic e-mail usage skills
  • Completion of CompTIA Network+ is highly recommended

Course Outline

Module 1: Building a Simple Network

  • Exploring the Functions of Networking
  • Host-to-Host Communications Model
  • Introducing LANs
  • Operating Cisco IOS Software
  • Starting a Switch
  • Ethernet and Switch Operation
  • Troubleshooting Common Switch Media Issues

Module 2: Establishing Internet Connectivity

  • TCP/IP Internet Layer
  • IP Addressing and Subnets
  • TCP/IP Transport Layer
  • Exploring the Functions of Routing
  • Configuring a Cisco Router
  • Exploring the Packet Delivery Process
  • Enabling Static Routing
  • Managing Traffic Using ACLs
  • Enabling Internet Connectivity

Module 3: Managing Network Device Security

  • Securing Administrative Access
  • Implementing Device Hardening
  • Implementing Traffic Filtering with ACLs

Module 4: Building a Medium-Sized Network

  • Implementing VLANs and Trunks
  • Routing Between VLANs
  • Using a Cisco Network Device as a DHCP Server
  • WAN Technologies
  • Dynamic Routing Protocols
  • Implementing OSPF

Module 5: Introducing IPv6

  • Introducing Basic IPv6
  • Understanding IPv6
  • Configuring IPv6 Routing

Hands-On Labs

24×7 Hands-On Labs

Get hands on practice with real world scenarios just like a traditional class. This course includes the following hands on labs.

1. Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)
2. Advanced Router Configuration
3. Backup Using TFTP
4. Basic Debugging
5. Basic Router Configuration
6. Basic Show Commands
7. Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)
8. Configuring Domain Name System (DNS)
9. Configuring IPv6
10. Configuring Network Time Protocol (NTP) Authentication
11. Configuring Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)
12. Configuring PPP-PAP-CHAP
13. Configuring Router Interfaces
14. Configuring Static and OSPFv3 Routing
15. Configuring Telnet on Catalyst 2950 Switches
16. Configuring Trunking on Catalyst 2950 Switches
17. Configuring VLANs on a Catalyst 2950 Switch
18. Confirming the Network Configuration
19. Creating a Host Table
20. Default Routes
21. Deleting VLANs on a Catalyst 2950 Switch
22. DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)
23. DHCP Relay Agents
24. Dynamic NAT
25. Enhancing Switch Security
26. Extended Access Lists
27. Frame Relay
28. Frame Relay Hub-and-Spoke
29. IGRP
30. IGRP Routes
31. Implementing IPv6
32. Implementing Network Address Translation (NAT)
33. Initial Switch Configuration
34. IP Addressing
35. IP Addressing on Catalyst 2950 Switches
36. Loopback Interfaces
37. Many-to-One NAT
38. Named Access Lists (ACL)
39. NAT overloading – PAT
40. NAT Pool
41. Numbered Access Lists
42. OSPF
43. Router Basics
44. Router Remote Access via Telnet
45. Routing Information Protocol (RIP)
46. Saving Router Configurations
47. Setting up a Serial Interface
48. Standard Access Lists (ACL)
49. Static Network Address Translation (NAT)
50. Static Routes
51. Switch and Workstation Configuration
52. Switch Basics Part
53. Telnet
54. Testing Connectivity with Traceroute
55. Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP)
56. Troubleshooting PPP-PAP-CHAP
57. Troubleshooting RIP
58. Using the Initial System Configuration Dialog for Initial Switch Configuration
59. Variable Length Subnet Masks (VLSM)