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Course Objectives. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to perform the following tasks: Determine when to use a hub, Ethernet switch, or multiprotocol router Use Cisco software to identify interfaces, protocols, addresses, and connectivity

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Course objectives

Course Objectives

  • Upon completion of this course, you will be able to perform the following tasks:

    • Determine when to use a hub, Ethernet switch, or multiprotocol router

    • Use Cisco software to identify interfaces, protocols, addresses, and connectivity

    • Interconnect switches and routers according to a specification

    • Configure switches and routers to support LAN and WAN services


Course objectives cont

Course Objectives (cont.)

  • Set up IP subnet addressing and address utilities for effective network administration

  • Configure access lists to control access to devices or network segments

  • Verify that switches, routers, and their configured network services operate as intended

  • Recognize a network problem, identify the source of the problem, and resolve it


Course topics

Course Topics

VLAN 3

Legend

FastEthernet/

Ethernet

ISDN

Dedicated

VLAN 1

ISL

ISL

VLAN 2

VLAN 1

ISL

ISL

Core_Server

Leased Line/

Frame Relay

ISDN Cloud


Prerequisites

Know commonly usednetwork terms and topologies

Know the basic function of a network protocol

Use Windows 95/NT to run multiple applications

Exposure to the Internet or an intranet

Basic ability with binary and hexadecimal numbering

Prerequisites

  • Fundamental network device roles

  • Understand thelayers of the ISO/OSI Reference model

Interconnecting CiscoNetwork Devices(ICND)


Participant role

Participant Role

Student role

  • Meet prerequisites

  • Introduce yourself

  • Ask/answer questions


Welcome please introduce yourself

Welcome: Please Introduce Yourself

  • Your name and work location

  • Your job responsibilities

  • Your internetworking experience

  • Your objectives for this week


General administration

Class-related

Sign-in sheet

Length and times

Participant materials

Attire

Facilities-related

Rest rooms

Site emergency procedures

Break and lunch room locations

Communications

General Administration


Sources of information

Sources of Information

  • Student kit

  • www.cisco.com

  • CD-ROM

  • Cisco Press


Course syllabus

Course Syllabus

Module 1

Module 2

Module 3

Module 4

Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices Introduction

Internetworking Concepts Overview

Assembling and Cabling Cisco Devices

Operating and Configuring a Cisco IOS Device

Managing Your Network Environment

Catalyst Switch Operations

Extending Switched Networks with Virtual LANs

Interconnecting Networks with TCP/IP

Determining IP Routes

Basic IP Traffic Management with Access Lists

Configuring Novell IPX

Establishing Serial Point-to-Point Connections

Completing an ISDN BRI Call

Establishing a Frame Relay PVC Connection


Graphic symbols

DSU/CSU

Graphic Symbols

Network switch

Bridge

Switch

Router

Access server

ISDN switch

Multi-layer switch

Personal

computer

File Server

Data Service Unit/ Channel Service Unit

Modem

Web Server

WAN “cloud”

VLAN

(Color May Vary)

Hub

Network Cloud or Broadcast Domain

Ethernet

Fast Ethernet

Serial Line

Circuit SwitchedLine


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