Candidates must meet the following course requirements so as to facilitate maximum learning absorption of the lectures presented:
- Candidates must have basic knowledge in Networking Technologies.
- Candidates must have basic knowledge in Computer Hardware (A+ certification).
- Candidates are required to have basic, working knowledge of networking and TCP/IP.
Candidates without the above knowledge will find it very difficult to proceed and grasp the course program training.
Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) is one of the most sought-after course that can be taken independently or taken as one of the five highly demanded computer industry certification courses in the Information Technology industry. This course is offered as an advanced level of knowledge and skills to deploying Cisco routers in computer networks. Cisco routers are today’s standard devices that are used to link computers in local area networks and the internet.
Through MITS’ extensive hands-on exercises, participants will gain the fundamental knowledge and skills needed to install, deploy and troubleshoot Cisco routers and switches. Because CCNA certified professionals are in high demand in the computer industry these days, with MITS’ course modules, participants will be comprehensively introduced to all the needed learning inputs and outputs pertaining to Cisco and networking to prepare them in their certification exam.
This course training is designed to prepare participants in identifying, designing and recommending the best and appropriate Cisco solutions for small to medium-sized businesses. It provides thorough learning to the installation, configuration, and troubleshooting information those technical support professionals require to install and configure Cisco products. Lectures, labs and interactive real-work cases are offered by MITS to improve your understanding of the products and to effectively address them to deliver customer satisfactions. Our CCNA curriculum includes basic elimination of security threats, introduction to wireless networking concepts and terminologies, and performance-based skills.
- Networking Fundamentals
- Open Systems Interconnect (OSI) reference model
- Binary numbers
- Hexadecimal numbers
- Internet Protocol (IP) addressing and sub-netting
- Protocols and Standards
- Basic electrical principles
- Cabling techniques
- Routing Protocols and Concepts
- Router configuration
- Distance vector and link state routing protocols
- Switching methods
- Static routing
- Routing dynamically
- Hub technology
- Basic flow control methods
- Layer 2 data link addressing
- Layer 3 Internet Protocol (IP) addressing
- LAN Switching and Wireless
- Routing tools and techniques
- Local Area Networks (LANs)
- Virtual Local Area Networks (VLANs) design, configuration and management
- LAN configuration
- Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
- Access Control Lists (ACLs)
- Internetwork Packet Exchange (IPX) protocols
- Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (IGRP)
- Network troubleshooting
- Accessing the WAN
- Frame encapsulation
- Signaling standards
- WAN design
- Point-to-Point (PPP)
- Integrated Services Data Networks (ISDN)
- Frame relay and network management
WHO NEEDS TO TAKE THIS COURSE:
MITS’ CCNA course training is suitable for the junior network technician who wants to further his or her career credibility, technical knowledge and skills. For those who have an outdated CCNA certification, our CCNA course can function as a refresher to prepare them in their recertification.
Generally, this program is ideal to those individuals who are interested in becoming:
- Network administrators
- Cisco certified engineers
- Support staffs who install, configure, manage and support networks
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