ICND 1, which succeeded INTRO (fall 2007), is an initial course in the entire Cisco course structure. It can be seen as a preparatory stage before the ICND2 basic course
Module 1. Building a Simple Network. The construction of the simplest network. Components, topology and functions of a computer network. Problems of computer network security. Host Interconnection, OSI Model. TCP / IP Protocols network (internet) level. Protocols TCP / IP transport layer. Packet data transfer between network nodes. Ethernet technology.
Module 2. Ethernet Local Area Networks. Local Area Networks (LAN) based on Ethernet. Networking issues, segments and collisions; switching in the local network. Packet data and switching. Functions and features and operating room commands
Cisco IOS systems. Manage switches with Cisco IOS Command Line Interface undamentals of Collateral Cisco Switch Security. Maximizing the efficiency of using switches. Detection basics and troubleshooting switches.
Module 3. Wireless Local Area Networks. Wireless local area networks (WLAN). The basic concepts of wireless networks. Wireless Security Issues. Building a wireless network.
Module 4. Exploring the Functions of Routing. The basics routing. Routing unctions and OSI Model Binary calculus system. The scheme of organization of IP-addressing in the network. Command line interface of Cisco routers. Control Cisco routers. Packet data and routing. Cisco Router Security Essentials. Using SDM (Security Device anager) for network security. Router application as a DHCP server. Remote access to network devices.
Module 5. Wide Area Networks. Global networks. Overview WAN technologies. roviding connectivity to the Internet. static routing. Encapsulation management. rotocol setup RIP.
Module 6. Network Environment Management. Control networked environment. CDP protocol. Download management and configuring Cisco routers. Network management Cisco devices, file system, image file operations IOS and configuration.
ICND 2, This course will provide students with the necessary knowledge and
skills for building, configuring and maintaining small and medium-sized networks.
Module 1. Implementing Medium Scalable Networks. Troubleshooting VLAN and Trunk Technologies. Building Redundant Switched Topologies. Improving redundant dial-up performance topologies with EtherChannel technology. Understanding edundancy at the third level of the OSI model
Module 2. Basic Network Troubleshooting. Troubleshooting basic IPv4 connectivity issues. Troubleshooting basic IPv6 connectivity issues
Module 3. Implementing Protocol-Based Dynamic Routing. EIGRP. Features of the EIGRP protocol in an IPv4 network, path selection, calculation route metrics. Implement EIGRP on an IPv6 network. EIGRP Troubleshooting
Module 4. Implementing a Scalable Solution Based on OSPF. OSPF Components.
Implementing OSPF for Multiple Scopes in IPv4 Networks. Introduction to OSPFv3 for IPv6. OSPF Troubleshooting
Module 5. Wide Area Networks (WAN). Understanding WAN Technologies. Point-to-Point WAN Configuration. GRE Tunnel Configuration. EBGP Configuration
Module 6. Network Device Management. Access Level Threat Detection and Mitigation Techniques. SNMP. APIC-EM and IWAN. Cloud Cloud Concepts. QoS mechanisms
Troubleshooting VLAN and Trunk Technologies
STP Topology Analysis and Root Bridge Configuration
Troubleshooting STP Topology
Improving Network Redundancy with EtherChannel
Configuring Advanced ACLs for an IPv4 Network
Troubleshooting IPv4 Connections
Configuring Advanced ACLs for an IPv6 Network
Troubleshooting IPv6 Connections
Protocol Configuration and Troubleshooting
Configuring and Verifying EIGRP for IPv6
OSPF configuration for single domain operation
OSPF Configuration for Multiple Areas
OSPFv3 Protocol Configuration
Implement OSPFv3 for IPv6
Configuring Serial Interfaces and PPP
Configure PPPoE Client
WAN- Configuration and Troubleshooting
GRE Tuning Configuration
Single Homed EBGP Configuration
External authentication configuration using
RADIUS and TACACS + protocols
Basic SNMP Configuration
Cisco Device Management and Network Device Security