Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices, Part 1

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Code

ICND1

Revision

3.0

Duration

5 Days

Audience

IT Professionals

Level

Associate

Price

$4,250.00

The Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices, Part 1 (ICND1) v3.0 course provides you with the knowledge and skills that are needed to install, operate, configure, and verify a basic IPv4 and IPv6 network, including configuring a LAN switch, configuring an IP router, managing network devices, and identifying basic security threats. The course focuses on the functions of networking, knowledge of Cisco routers and switches, establishing internet connectivity, managing ACLs, configuring device security, implementing VLANs and trunks, configuring static routing and RIPv2, and becoming familiar with IPv6.

Additional topics include; understanding the interactions and network functions of firewalls, wireless controllers and access points, along with additional focus on IPv6 and basic network security.

This course is one of two recommended courses to prepare you for the Cisco CCNA certification.

  • Individuals seeking the Cisco CCENT or Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching certification
  • Entry-level Network Engineers
  • Network Administrator
  • Network Support Technician
  • Help Desk Technician

By the end of the course, you will be able to:

  • Describe network fundamentals and build simple LANs
  • Establish Internet connectivity
  • Manage network device security
  • Expand small to medium sized networks with WAN connectivity
  • Describe IPv6 basics
  • Basic computer literacy
  • Basic PC Operating System navigation skills
  • Basic Internet usage skills
  • Basic IP addressing knowledge
  • CO-NET+

1 Build a Simple Network

Lessons
  • Examples of networks
  • Common network components by function
  • Characteristics of a network
  • Compare and contrast logical and physical topologies
  • Interpret network diagrams
  • User applications on the network
  • Identify the requirements of a host-to-host communication model
  • The OSI reference model
  • Functions and purposes of the TCP/IP layers
  • Peer-to-peer communication
  • Encapsulation and de-encapsulation
  • Components of a LAN Switches
  • Characteristics and features of switches
  • Cisco IOS Software
  • Functions and usage of the Command Line Interface (CLI)
  • Switch installation and configuration
  • Ethernet LAN connection media
  • Ethernet frame fields
  • Duplex communication
  • Troubleshooting switch issues

2 Establishing Internet Connectivity

Lessons
  • Characteristics of IP
  • IPv4 components and addresses
  • DNS functions
  • Subnets and subnet mask
  • Subnetting
  • Role and implementation of VLSM
  • Purpose and functions of the TCP/IP transport layer
  • Transport
  • TCP vs. UDP analogy
  • Role, components, and functions of a router
  • Router configuration
  • Network discovery protocol
  • Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)
  • Default gateway
  • Packet delivery
  • Static and dynamic routing
  • Access Control Lists (ACLs)
  • Demarcation point
  • DHCP and static addresses
  • NAT and PAT configuration and verification

3 Build a Medium-Sized Network

Lessons
  • VLANs and trunking implementation
  • Inter-VLAN routing configuration and application
  • IOS DHCPv4 server configuration
  • Routing protocols
  • RIPv2 features and configuration

4 Managing and Securing Network Devices

Lessons
  • Basic security configuration
  • Unused ports security
  • Port security configuration
  • Configure and verify NTP
  • Syslog messages and configuration
  • ROM functions
  • Router boot sequence
  • IOS image files
  • IOS file systems
  • Licenses

5 Introducing IPv6

Lessons
  • IPv4 issues
  • IPv6 features and addresses
  • IPv6 operation and configuration

6 Labs

Labs
  • Lab 1: Get Started with Cisco CLI
  • Lab 2: Performing Basic Switch Configuration
  • Lab 3: Implementing the Initial Switch Configuration
  • Lab 4: Troubleshooting Switch Media and Port Issues
  • Lab 5: Inspecting TCP/IP Applications
  • Lab 6: Configuring Cisco Discovery Protocol
  • Lab 7: Implementing the Initial Router Configuration
  • Lab 8: Configuring Default Gateway
  • Lab 9: Explore Packet Forwarding
  • Lab 10: Configuring and Verifying Static Routes
  • Lab 11: Implementing Static Routing
  • Lab 12: Configuring and Verifying ACLs
  • Lab 13: Implementing Basic Numbered and Named ACLs
  • Lab 14: Configuring a Provider-Assigned IP Address
  • Lab 15: Configuring Static NAT
  • Lab 16: Configuring Dynamic NAT and PAT
  • Lab 17: Troubleshooting NAT
  • Lab 18: Implementing PAT
  • Lab 19: Configuring VLANs and Trunk
  • Lab 20: Troubleshooting VLANs and Trunk
  • Lab 21: Configuring a Router on a Stick
  • Lab 22: Implementing Multiple VLANs and Basic Routing Between the VLANs
  • Lab 23: Configuring a Cisco Router as a DHCP Server
  • Lab 24: Troubleshooting DHCP Issues
  • Lab 25: Implementing a DHCP Server in on a Cisco IOS Device
  • Lab 26: Configuring and Verifying RIPv2
  • Lab 27: Troubleshooting RIPv2
  • Lab 28: Implementing RIPv2
  • Lab 29: Enhancing the Security of the Initial Configuration
  • Lab 30: Limiting Remote Access Connectivity
  • Lab 31: Securing Device Administrative Access
  • Lab 32: Configuring and Verifying Port Security
  • Lab 33: Configuring and Verifying NTP
  • Lab 34: Implementing Device Hardening
  • Lab 35: Configuring Syslog
  • Lab 36: Configuring System Message Logging
  • Lab 37: Configuring Basic IPv6 Connectivity
  • Lab 38: Configuring IPv6 Static Routes
  • Lab 39: Implementing IPv6 Static Routing