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CCNABC - CCNA Bootcamp

Description

The CCNA Bootcamp is designed to prepare students for the 200-120 CCNA exam. 1Staff Training & Development believes in the necessity of lab repetition to help build solid networking skills. In addition, multiple routers and switches per student (no sharing of equipment) are utilized. 1 Staff Training & Development offers more hands-on and written labs than any other IT training company in the industry.

This course covers all the objectives of the ICND1 (100-101) and ICND2 (200-101) exams as well as providing additional insight for those taking CCNA Composite (200-120) exam. Students will also receive a CCNA online (ICND1/ICND2) pass through 1Staff Online.


Audience

Students interested in preparing for the 200-120 examination


Prerequisites

Several years of IT networking experience strongly recommended.


Objectives

The CCNA Bootcamp is designed to prepare students for the 200-120 examination.


Outline

Day 1: Internetworking and Cisco IOS

  • Day 1: Internetworking and Cisco IOS
  • The Cisco IOS Interface

Chapter 1: Internetworking

The following written lab is covered in chapter 1:

  • 1.1 Written Lab: OSI

Chapter 2: Introduction to TCP/IP

The following written lab is covered in chapter 2:

  • 2.1: Written Lab: Introduction to TCP/IP

Chapter 3: The Cisco Interface

The following hands-on labs are covered in chapter 3:

Lesson 5: Retrieving Data from Multiple Tables

  • 3.1: Console login
  • 3.2: Router Examination Lab
  • 3.3. Configuring Administrative Functions on your routers
  • 3.4: Configuring your Router interfaces
  • 3.5: Configuring your Catalyst Switches
  • 3.6: Configuring your backbone router and verifying your internetwork

Day 2: Advanced IOS Management and IP Routing

  • The Cisco Interface hands-on labs, then covers the following objectives:
  • Advanced IOS Management
  • IP Routing

Chapter 4: Advanced IOS Management

The following hands-on labs are performed in chapter 4:

  • 4.1: Copying the Cisco IOS to a TFTP Host
  • 4.2: Backing up and restoring the configuration of your routers and switch
  • 4.3: Using CDP to find your Neighbors
  • 4.4: Telnetting into Multiple routers and switches simultaneously
  • 4.5: Building and maintaining a hosts table

Chapter 5: IP Routing

The following written and hands-on labs are performed in chapter 5:

  • 5.1: Static Routing and Verification
  • 5.2: RIP Routing and Verification
  • 5.3: IGRP Routing and Verification
  • 5.4: EIGRP Routing and Verification
  • 5.5: OSPF Single Area Configuration and Verification
  • 5.6: OSPF DR and BDR elections
  • 5.7: Written Lab: IP Routing

Day 3: IP Routing Continued and Advanced TCP/IP

  • Advanced TCP/IP

Chapter 6: Advanced TCP/IP

  • 6.1: Written Lab: Class B Subnetting
  • 6.2: Written Lab: VLSM Design
  • 6.3: Implementing VLSM and Summarization
  • 6.4: Setting up Network Address Translation (NAT)
  • 6.5: Dynamic NAT
  • 6.6: Port Address Translation (PAT)

Day 4: Advanced IP Routing Continued, Access Lists and Switching

  • Advanced IP Routing and then covers the following objectives:
  • Access List
  • Switching and VLANs with Inter-VLAN routing

Chapter 7: Access Lists

The following hands-on labs are performed in chapter 7:

  • 7.1: Configuring Standard IP Access-lists
  • 7.2: Limiting VTY Access
  • 7.3: Extended access-list configurations

Chapter 8: Switching and VLANs

The following labs are covered in chapter 8:

  • 8.1: Configuring Switching with VLAN’s and inter-VLAN Routing
  • 8.2: Written Lab: Switching

Day 5: Switching Continued and Cisco’s WAN

  • Cisco’s Wide Area Network (WAN) Support

Chapter 9: Cisco Wide Area Network Support (WANs)

The following written and hands-on labs are covered in chapter 9:

  • 9.1: Configuring PPP with Authentication
  • 9.2: Written Lab: ISD
  • 9.3: Configuring Frame Relay
  • 9.4: Verifying Frame Relay
  • 9.5: Written Lab Frame Relay