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CISCO NETWORKING ACADEMY PROGRAM (CNAP) SEMESTER 1/ MODULE 5. Cabling LANs and WANs. CISCO NETWORKING ACADEMY PROGRAM SEMESTER 1/ MODULE 5. Networking Fundamentals. Objectives. Upon completion of this module, the student will be able to perform tasks related to the following:

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CISCO NETWORKING ACADEMY PROGRAM (CNAP)

SEMESTER 1/ MODULE 5

Cabling LANs and WANs

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CISCO NETWORKING ACADEMY PROGRAM

SEMESTER 1/ MODULE 5

Networking Fundamentals

Objectives

  • Upon completion of this module, the student will be able to perform tasks related to the following:
    • Cabling the LAN
    • Cabling the WAN
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CISCO NETWORKING ACADEMY PROGRAM

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LAN Physical Layer

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Ethernet in the Campus

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Ethernet Media & Connector

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Connection Media

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UTP Implementation

  • Order of the wires in must follow EIA/TIA-T568-A or T568-B standards
  • Three types of patch cables:
    • Straight-though cable
      • Switch to router
      • Switch to PC or server
      • Hub to PC or server
    • Crossover cable
      • Switch to switch
      • Switch to hub
      • Hub to hub
      • Router to router
      • PC to PC
      • Router to PC
    • Rollover cable
      • console cable
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CISCO NETWORKING ACADEMY PROGRAM

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UTP Implementation

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Repeaters

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Hubs

  • multiport repeaters (generally have from two to twenty-four ports)
  • data arriving over the cables to a hub port is electrically repeated on all the other ports connected to the same network segment, except for the port on which the data was sent
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Bridges

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Switches

  • Sometimes described multiport bridges
  • Operate at data link layer of OSI reference model
  • Switches use gathered information to build forwarding tables to determine the destination
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CISCO NETWORKING ACADEMY PROGRAM

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Switches

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Wireless

  • Wireless signals are electromagnetic waves that travel through the air
  • Wireless networks use Radio Frequency (RF), laser, infrared (IR), or satellite/microwaves to carry signals from one computer to another without a permanent cable connection
  • Two most common wireless technologies used for networking are:
  • IR - line of sight
  • RF - out of sight, two approaches used to implement spread spectrum for WLAN transmissions are Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS) and Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS)
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Host Connectivity

  • Host can connect to network using Network Interface Card (NIC)
  • NIC is layer-2 device and each NIC carries a unique code called MAC address
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Peer-to-peer & Client-server

  • Peer-to-peer
    • networked computers act as equal partners, or peers
    • users control their own resources
  • Client-server
    • server is a central computer that respond to requests from clients for file, print, application, and other services
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Peer-to-Peer VS Client/Server

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Peer-to-Peer VS Client/Server

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WAN Physical Layer

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WAN Serial Connection

DTE: Data Terminal Equipment

DCE: Data Communications Equipment

CSU: Channel Service Unit

DSU: Data Service Unit

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Routers and Serial Connections

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Routers and Serial Connections

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Routers and Serial Connections

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Routers and Serial Connections

port typeslot number / port number

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Routers and ISDN BRI Connections

  • With ISDN BRI, two types of interfaces may be used, BRI S/T and BRI U
    • A BRI interface with an integrated NT1 is labeled BRI U
    • A BRI interface without an integrated NT1 is labeled BRI S/T
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Routers and DSL Connections

  • To connect a router for DSL service, use a phone cable with RJ-11 connectors.
  • DSL works over standard telephone lines using pins 3 and 4 on a standard RJ-11 connector.
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Routers and Cable Connections

  • Coaxial cable and a BNC connector are used to connect the router and cable system
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Setting Up Console Connections

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Summary