Cisco CCENT/CCNA Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1) Series!

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Overview: The Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1) is the exam associated with the Cisco Certified Entry Network Technician certification and a tangible first step, second being ICND2, in achieving the Cisco Certified Network Associate certification. Candidates can prepare for this exam by taking the Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1) course. This exam tests a candidate’s knowledge and skills required to successfully install, operate, and troubleshoot a small branch office network. The exam includes topics on networking fundamentals; connecting to a WAN; basic security and wireless concepts; routing and switching fundamentals; the TCP/IP and OSI models; IP addressing; WAN technologies; operating and configuring IOS devices; configuring RIPv2, static and default routing; implementing NAT and DHCP; and configuring simple networks.

Certification Details

Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Routing and Switching is a certification program for entry-level network engineers that helps maximize your investment in foundational networking knowledge and increase the value of your employer’s network. The CCNA Routing and Switching validates the ability to install, configure, operate, and troubleshoot medium-size routed and switched networks.

Certification Exam Details:
100-105 ICND1: Learn More about this certification exam.

Series Taught By:  Ken Mayer

Available CEUs for Course Series Completion: 20
Students can earn up to 20 CEUs for fully completing this course series. This information will be displayed on the certificate of completion. Learn More

Course Modules:

Module 01 – Building a Simple Network

(Duration: 3h 13m)

  1. Workbook (Pdf)
  2. Networking Functions
  3. Network Connections
  4. Components of a Network
  5. Looking at a Network Diagram
  6. Applications Found on the Network
  7. Design Issues of a Network
  8. Physical Topology Types
  9. Logical Topologies
  10. Summary
  11. Understanding the Host-to-Host Communications Model
  12. Examples of Host-to-Host Communications
  13. OSI Reference Model
  14. The TCP/IP Stack
  15. The Encapsulation Process
  16. Data De-Encapsulation
  17. Communicating Peer-to-Peer
  18. Summary
  19. Introducing LANs
  20. Describing the LAN
  21. Components of the LAN
  22. Understanding the Collision Domain
  23. About the Switch
  24. Summary
  25. Introduction to the IOS
  26. Why the IOS
  27. Basic Functions of the IOS
  28. The User EXEC Mode
  29. Privileged EXEC Mode
  30. Getting CLI Help
  31. Example of Using Context-Sensitive Help
  32. Example Error Messages
  33. Managing IOS Configurations
  34. Viewing the Running-Config
  35. Viewing the Startup-Config
  36. Managing Cisco IOS Configuration
  37. Managing the IOS Configuration
  38. Copy Options E-MACS
  39. Improving the Use of the CLI
  40. Summary
  41. Starting a Switch
  42. Installing the Switch
  43. Understanding the LED Indicators
  44. Initial Console Connection
  45. Configuration Basics
  46. Viewing the Initial Startup Status
  47. Summary
  48. Understanding Ethernet and Switch Operation
  49. Media for Ethernet
  50. Ethernet Frames
  51. Communication Types
  52. Introducing the MAC Address
  53. How the Switch Works
  54. Understanding Duplex
  55. Configuring Duplex and Speed
  56. Results of Duplex Settings
  57. Results of Duplex/Speed Settings
  58. Summary
  59. Troubleshooting Common Switch Media Issues
  60. Troubleshooting Tools
  61. Problems with Media
  62. Troubleshooting Flow Chart
  63. Understanding Interface Status
  64. Understanding Interface Statistics
  65. Interface Statistics
  66. Port Problems
  67. Troubleshooting Flow Chart 2
  68. Troubleshooting Port Issues
  69. Summary
  70. Demo- Perform Switch Startup
  71. Demo- Troubleshooting Switch Media Issues
  72. Demo- Command Line Help
  73. Module 01 Review
  74. Review Quiz (Number of attempts allowed: Unlimited)

Module 03 -Managing Network Device Security

(Duration: 3h 53m)

  1. Workbook (Pdf)
  2. Securing Administrative Access
  3. Overview of Network Device Security
  4. Securing Remote Access
  5. Service Password Encryption
  6. Securing Physical Access
  7. Securing VTY Lines
  8. Using SSH
  9. SSH Clients
  10. Remote Access Reply
  11. SSH
  12. Encryption Process (eNotes)
  13. Configuration Steps
  14. Using ACL for Remote Access Security
  15. Other Authentication Options
  16. Using the Login Banner
  17. Summary
  18. Implementing Device Hardening
  19. Reducing Attack Vectors
  20. How to Disable a Port
  21. Introducing Port Security
  22. How to Configure Port Security
  23. Verify Port-Security
  24. Disabling Services
  25. Turning Off Unused Services
  26. NTP
  27. How to Configure NTP
  28. Verify NTP
  29. AAA
  30. Authentication
  31. Authentication (eNotes)
  32. AAA Configuration
  33. Authentication Servers
  34. AAA Configuration (Cont.)
  35. Summary
  36. Implementing Traffic Filtering with ACLs
  37. Filtering Traffic with ACLs
  38. How an Outbound ACL Functions
  39. How to Apply ACL to an Interface
  40. Introducing the Extended ACL
  41. Creating a Numbered Extended ACL
  42. Using a Named ACL
  43. Best Practices
  44. Monitoring ACLs
  45. Troubleshooting ACL– Take 1
  46. Troubleshooting ACL– Take 2
  47. Troubleshooting ACL– Take 3
  48. Troubleshooting ACL– Take 4
  49. Troubleshooting ACL– Take 5
  50. Troubleshooting ACL– Take 6
  51. Troubleshooting ACL– Take 7
  52. Summary
  53. Demo- Enhancing the Security of the Initial Configuration
  54. Demo- Device Hardening
  55. Demo- Filtering Traffic with ACLs
  56. Demo- Configuring SSH
  57. Demo- Configuring NTP
  58. Demo- AAA
  59. Demo- DHCP Snooping
  60. Module 03 Review
  61. Review Quiz (Number of attempts allowed: Unlimited)

Module 05 -Introducing IPv6

(Duration: 1h 50m)

  1. Workbook (Pdf)
  2. Introducing Basic IPv6
  3. Problems With IPv4
  4. New Problems With the IPv4 Solutions
  5. Features of IPv6
  6. IPv6 Address Description
  7. IPv6 Transmission Types
  8. The IPv6 Unicast Address
  9. EUI-64 Automatic Host ID
  10. IPv6 Address Allocation
  11. Basic IPv6 Commands
  12. Example IPv6 Static Configuration
  13. Verify IPv6 Address
  14. Basic Connectivity Tests
  15. Summary
  16. Understanding IPv6
  17. Review of the IPv4 Header
  18. The IPv6 Header
  19. ICMPv6
  20. Discovery Messages
  21. SLAAC
  22. SLAAC for Routers
  23. Summary
  24. Configuring IPv6 Routing
  25. IPv6 Routing
  26. Supported Routing Protocols
  27. IPv6 Static Route
  28. Dynamic Routing Protocols
  29. Summary
  30. Demo – IPv6 Addresses
  31. Demo – Configure and Verify IPv6 Routing
  32. Demo – IPv6 ACL
  33. Demo – IPv6 RIP
  34. Module 05 Review
  35. Course Closure
  36. Review Quiz (Number of attempts allowed: Unlimited)

Module 02 -Establishing Internet Connectivity

(Duration: 5h 2m)

  1. Workbook (Pdf)
  2. Understanding the TCP/IP Internet Layer
  3. IP
  4. Breaking Down the IPv4 Address
  5. IP Header
  6. Number Systems
  7. Base X Number System (eNotes)
  8. Conversion to Binary
  9. IPv4 Address Classes
  10. Reserved IPv4 Addresses
  11. What is DNS
  12. Verify a Windows Host IP
  13. Verify Switch IP Configuration
  14. Summary
  15. Understanding IP Addressing and Subnets
  16. Why Subnets
  17. Using a Subnet Mask
  18. Subnet Mask Values
  19. Default Class A Subnet Mask
  20. Default Class B Subnet Mask
  21. Default Class C Subnet Mask
  22. Default Gateways
  23. Host and Subnet Combinations for Class B
  24. Using Subnet Masks
  25. Network Addressing Scheme
  26. VLSM
  27. VLSM Scenario
  28. Summary
  29. Understanding the TCP/IP Transport Layer
  30. Transport Layer Functions
  31. TCP vs. UDP
  32. Comparing TCP and UDP
  33. UDP
  34. The UDP Header
  35. TCP
  36. TCP/IP Application Layer
  37. TCP 3-Way Handshake (eNotes)
  38. Summary
  39. Exploring the Functions of Routing
  40. The Router’s Role
  41. Router Components
  42. Function of the Router
  43. Best Path Determination
  44. The Routing Table
  45. How Routes are Learned
  46. Dynamic Routing Protocols
  47. Comparing the DV to the LS
  48. Summary
  49. Configuring a Cisco Router
  50. Initial Power On
  51. Initial Router Setup
  52. Router Configurations
  53. Exploring Router Neighbors
  54. Answer: CDP
  55. CDP
  56. Show CDP Details
  57. LLDP
  58. LLDP Limitations
  59. LLDP Benefits
  60. Summary
  61. Exploring the Packet Delivery Process
  62. Ethernet Addressing
  63. Layer 3 Addressing
  64. What is ARP
  65. Host-to-Host Packet Delivery
  66. What the Switch Does
  67. Summary
  68. Enabling Static Routing
  69. Routing Operations
  70. Static vs Dynamic Routes
  71. Should You Use a Static Route?
  72. Configure a Static Route
  73. Default Routes
  74. Verify Static Routes
  75. Summary
  76. Managing Traffic Using ACLs
  77. What is an ACL?
  78. How an ACL Operates
  79. Wildcard Masking
  80. Types of ACLs
  81. Testing an IP Packet on a Numbered ACL
  82. Basic ACL Configuration
  83. Summary
  84. Enabling Internet Connectivity
  85. The Demarcation Point
  86. What is DHCP
  87. Service Provider Options
  88. Configure a Static Provider Assigned IP Address
  89. Configuring the Router as a DHCP Client
  90. What is RFC 1918 Private Addresses
  91. What is NAT?
  92. Nomenclature of NAT
  93. Example of NAT
  94. NAT Options
  95. Static NAT
  96. Static NAT Configuration
  97. Verifying Static NAT
  98. Dynamic NAT
  99. Verifying Dynamic NAT
  100. What is PAT?
  101. Configuring PAT
  102. Verifying PAT
  103. Troubleshooting NAT
  104. Troubleshooting Scenario
  105. Summary
  106. Demo – Performing Initial Router Setup Media Issues
  107. Demo – Connecting to the Internet
  108. Demo – Life of a Packet
  109. Module 02 Review
  110. Review Quiz (Number of attempts allowed: Unlimited)

Module 04 -Building a Medium-Sized Network

(Duration: 3h 49m)

  1. Workbook (Pdf)
  2. Implementing VLANs and Trunks
  3. Problems with a Poorly Designed Network
  4. Introducing VLANs
  5. Trunks and 802.1Q
  6. Using Trunks
  7. How to Create a VLAN
  8. Verify the VLAN
  9. Assign VLAN to an Access Port
  10. Creating a Trunk
  11. VTP
  12. VTP Modes
  13. VTP Configuration
  14. VLAN Design Practices
  15. Designing Redundancy
  16. Summary
  17. Routing Between VLANs
  18. Introducing Inter-VLAN Routing
  19. Ways to do Inter-VLAN Routing
  20. Summary
  21. Using a Cisco Network Device as a DHCP Server
  22. Why DHCP
  23. How DHCP Works
  24. Configuring DHCP on a Router
  25. DHCP Monitoring
  26. DHCP Relay Agent
  27. Summary
  28. Introducing WAN Technologies
  29. Introducing WANs
  30. Comparing WANs and LANs
  31. Routers and the WAN
  32. Types of WAN Links
  33. Using Point-to-Point Connections
  34. Summary
  35. Introducing Dynamic Routing Protocols
  36. Why Use a Dynamic Routing Protocol
  37. Classifying Routing Protocols
  38. IGP: Distance Vector and Link-State Routing Protocols
  39. Understanding the Link-State Protocol
  40. RIPv2
  41. RIPv2 Limitations
  42. Metric
  43. RIP Configuration
  44. RIPng
  45. Summary
  46. Implementing OSPF
  47. Describing OSPF
  48. Adjacencies
  49. The SPF Algorithm
  50. Router ID
  51. Configuring Single Area OSPF
  52. Verify OSPF
  53. Summary
  54. Demo- Configuring Expanded Switch Networks
  55. Demo- Configuring DHCP Server
  56. Demo- Implementing OSPF
  57. Demo- Troubleshooting OSPF
  58. Demo- Implementing RIPv2
  59. Module 04 Review
  60. Review Quiz (Number of attempts allowed: Unlimited)
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