Inhoud ICT-cursus CertKit – 200-301 Implementing and Administering Cisco Solutions (CCNA)

Inhoud van de ICT-cursus CertKit - 200-301 Implementing and Administering Cisco Solutions (CCNA) | De Kantooropleider

Tijdens de ICT-cursus CertKit – 200-301 Implementing and Administering Cisco Solutions (CCNA) worden de volgende onderdelen behandeld:

Networking Components

Familiarize yourself with the knowledge and skills required for various IT careers, as well as a high-level overview of the CCNA exam topics.

Examine hardware and software you should be able to identify as a CCNA professional, as well as where these components are used and how they are connected.

In addition, discover the roles, functions, and importance of routers and switches in a conventional networking infrastructure.

This course can be used in preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-301 certification exam.

Networking Components - NGFW, NGIPS, & Cisco DNA Center

Explore NGFW and NGIPS security devices, including how they differ from traditional firewalls and IPS devices and why they are needed in today’s networking environment.

Examine the purpose of Cisco DNA Center, its interface, and how it is used to work with network programmability. The goal of intent-based networking management is also covered.

This course can be used in preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-301 certification exam.

WLCs, Access Points, Servers, & Endpoints

Explore the roles and functions of Wireless LAN Controllers and Wireless Access Points, including when they and are not required.

Additionally, examine where servers and endpoints fit into network infrastructure and the purposes they serve.

This course can be used in preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-301 certification exam.

Network Topology Architectures

Explore network topology architectures, including where to use them and their components.

In addition, examine data center topology architectures, including traditional and spine-leaf, and the differences between them.

This course can be used in preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-301 certification exam.

Network Topology Architectures - WAN, Cloud, & SOHO

Explore the different WAN access topology architectures that network technicians need to be able to identify and understand.

Examine the basic topologies implemented, regardless of whether you’re using MPLS, MetroE, Broadband PPPoE, or VPNs for connectivity.

Discover cloud network topology architectures and the terminology that describes them, and SOHO network topology architectures and the differences between home and small office components uses in a SOHO environment.

This course can be used in preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-301 certification exam.

Layer 1 Interfaces & Cabling

Explore the basics of building networking pathways, the different physical interfaces and cabling used in networking for connecting devices together, and the basic logical topology created by components.

Delve into the fiber-optic, copper, and Ethernet cabling and when to use them, and examine the concept of Power Over Ethernet.

This course can be used in preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-301 certification exam.

Layer 1 Physical & Configuration Issues

Discover how to identify physical and configuration issues that can occur at Layer 1.

On Cisco routers and switches, examine some of the different issues that interrupt data flow.

This course can be used in preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-301 certification exam.

Networking Protocols

Explore networking protocols and the differences between TCP and UDP.

Discover the differences in TCP and UDP header components, how TCP and UDP work across the network, and which upper level protocols use TCP and UDP.

This course can be used in preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-301 certification exam.

IP Addressing Basics & Configuration

Familiarize yourself with the basics of IP addressing and the hardware and software components a CCNA professional should be able to identify.

Examine where components are used and how they are connected for networking.

In addition, discover how to configure IPv4 addresses on physical and logical interfaces and verify the configuration.

This course can be used in preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-301 certification exam.

IPv4 Subnetting

Explore subnetting principles as an important part of your exam preparation.

Discover how to subnet various class addresses and the difference between them.

Examine methods for speeding up the subnetting process and how to perform a VLSm with an address space.

This course can be used in preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-301 certification exam.

IPv6 Addressing & Configuration

Explore the basics of identifying IPv6 addresses and why you should be using them.

Examine the different types of IPv6 addresses, how to configure them on Cisco devices and on a Windows OS, and how to find IP addressing information in various operating systems.

This course can be used in preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-301 certification exam.

Virtualization Concepts

Discover virtualization concepts that IT professionals should know, types of virtualization, and how to install a virtual machine.

This course can be used in preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-301 certification exam.

Network Access, VLAN Configuration, & Interswitch Connectivity

Explore how network access can be configured, as well as how switches function and why they are the choice for LAN connectivity over hubs.

Examine the basics of VLANs, how to create them on switches, types of VLANs, and how to verify configuration. In addition, discover why you would connect multiple switches, how to do it, and how to verify your configuration.

This course can be used in preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-301 certification exam.

L2 Discovery Protocols & L2 and L3 EtherChannel Configuration

Familiarize yourself with L2 discovery protocols, including how to configure Cisco Discovery Protocol and Link Local Discovery Protocol and verify their configuration.

Examine L2 EtherChannel configuration, including why to use it, options and verification commands, and the protocols that can be used. In addition, how to configure L3 EtherChannel and how configuration differs from L2 EtherChannel is also covered.

This course can be used in preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-301 certification exam.

Spanning Tree Protocol

Explore Spanning Tree Protocol, including why it is needed and how to configure it and verify configuration.

Discover how to diagram the logic of STP, different types of STP, and how to configure Rapid PVST+ on Cisco switches. In addition, examine reasons for using PortFast and BPDU Guard and why they shouldn’t be used on trunks.

This course can be used in preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-301 certification exam.

Cisco Wireless Architecture & WLAN Components

Explore the basics of wireless networking, including what is required to set up a wireless network, and Cisco wireless architectures and AP modes.

Discover different components connected to the WLC, how devices are physically connected, and the types of connections needed in wireless infrastructure.

This course can be used in preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-301 certification exam.

Cisco WLC Configuration & Wireless Management Access

Explore the GUI interface of a Cisco WLC and discover where to configure WLANs, security settings, QoS profiles, and advanced WLAN settings.

Discover the different authentication settings for your WLAN by configuring WPA2 PSK through the GUI.

Examine where to configure different management access options in the WLC, including settings for SSH, HTTP-HTTPS access, and serial connections. The use of TACACS+/RADIUS for authentication is also covered.

This course can be used in preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-301 certification exam.

Static Routing

Explore routing basics, including how frames move through routes to a destination and how routers build routing tables.

Discover the use of IPv4 and IPv6 static default and network routes, and how to implement additional types of IPv4 and IPv4 routes.

This course can be used in preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-301 certification exam.

Dynamic Routing

Explore the concept of dynamic routing, including protocol types, metrics, and how routers learn routes.

Examine OSPF concepts such as conditions for becoming OSPF neighbors, how OSPF works, and how to configure and verify it. In addition, discover how to configure FHRPs and why you would use them, and configure VRRP and GLBP.

This course can be used in preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-301 certification exam.

Configuring & Verifying NAT

Explore networking services a CCNA professional should be aware of.

Examine the use of NAT with IPv4, configure static NAT, and the drawbacks of using static NAT. Discover how to configure dynamic NAT and Port Address Translation, and how to verify the working configuration.

This course can be used in preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-301 certification exam.

NTP, DNS, & DHCP

Discover how to configure NTP, as well why its needed and how it is used for network device synchronization.

Explore DNS and how to configure a Cisco router to work as a DNS server.

Examine how DHCP manage and distributes IP information and how to configure a DHCP server and relay.

This course can be used in preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-301 certification exam.

SNMP, Syslog, & PHB for QoS

Explore SNMP, including why you need to know about it and how to configure it. Examine the different versions and how to configure version 2c and 3 to make a router send SNMP information to the SNMP server.

Delve into Syslog, including how actions are logged on Cisco devices, where logs are stored, and how to understand the log messages.

In addition, discover the need for QoS and what per-hop behaviors do.

This course can be used in preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-301 certification exam.

Configuring SSH, FTP, & TFTP

Discover how to configure IP services such as SSH, FTP, and TFTP.

Explore the importance of enabling remote access using SSH instead of Telnet, elements required to ensure remove access to devices is secured, how to verify secured access, and use FTP and TFTP to back up the IOS image.

This course can be used in preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-301 certification exam.

IT Security Concepts

Explore the security concepts and terminology a CCNA professional should be familiar with.

This course can be used in preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-301 certification exam.

Security Program &Password Policy Components

Explore the basics of security programs including end user security components, user awareness, training, and physical access controls.

Discover how to establish and manage a security password policy, factoring in complexity requirements.

This course can be used in preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-301 certification exam.

AAA Security & VPN Types

Explore Cisco’s new model security, AAA security.

Discover the differences between authentication, authorization, and accounting, and how to configure a router to use a RADIUS server and verify the configuration.

Examine VPN types, including remote access VPNs and site-to-site VPNs, and when to use them.

This course can be used in preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-301 certification exam.

Configuring & Verifying ACLs

Explore the use of ACLs on Cisco devices and how to configure and verify standard, extended, and named ACLs. In addition, examine the differences between named and numbered ACLs.

This course can be used in preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-301 certification exam.

Configuring Port Security, DHCP Snooping, & DAI

Explore the importance of port security and the steps and options required to configure static and sticky port security.

Discover how to configure DHCP snooping and Dynamic ARP Inspection and why they are used and configured on switches.

This course can be used in preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-301 certification exam.

Automation, Network Programmability, & SDN Architectures

Explore the concepts of automation and programmability domain objectives.

Delve into network programmability, why it’s needed, and why you should know about it.

Examine the SDN Architecture and its terminology, as well as the difference between data and control planes.

This course can be used in preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-301 certification exam.

APIs & Cisco DNA Center

Examine the concept of APIs, including REST-based APIs, data encoding, and authentication methods.

Explore the differences between traditional campus device management and Cisco DNA Center device management, and the benefits and uses of Cisco DNA Center.

This course can be used in preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-301 certification exam.

Configuration Management & JSON Encoded Data

Examine the need for configuration management, as well as some of the configuration management utilities available.

Explore the basics of data formats, including the structure of JSON encoded data and why it’s used in networking programmability.

This course can be used in preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate 200-301 certification exam.

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