ICND 1 – Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices 1 (Future Media Concepts-Orlando)
Event on 2012-11-05 00:00:00
In this comprehensive five-day course, you'll develop a practical understanding of the operation of modern TCP/IP networks built with Cisco hardware. As you learn the commands and techniques used to troubleshoot host connections and configure Cisco switches and routers, you'll also practice backing up and restoring configuration files and managing network equipment.
Our ICND1 course includes:
Free exam voucher for 640-822 ICND1
Free ICND1 Self-Paced e-Learning CD
An enhanced lab topology,including two routers and one switch, representing a real-world network
Five extra ICND1 e-Lab credits, good for 30 days, so you can practice and refine your skills
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What You'll Learn
How networks function
Network components and their functions
The Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) reference model
Binary, decimal, and hexadecimal numbering
Switching theory and operations
Host-to-Host packet delivery process through a switch and through a router
TCP/IP network addressing and routing
Providing Local Area Network (LAN), Wide Area Network (WAN), and remote access services
How Wireless LANs (WLANs) work, including the latest IEEE 802.11n standard
Introduction to Cisco Internetwork Operating System (IOS)
Configuration of Cisco Catalyst Switches and Cisco Routers
Using your router as a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server and/or client and to provide Port Address Translation (PAT) functionality
Network discovery and management using Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP), Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP), Telnet, secure shell (SSH), and Trivial FTP (TFTP)
Who Should Attend
If you are new to IT, need a good understanding of networking for management or sales responsibilities, or are starting along the path towards CCENT or CCNA certification, this is the right course for you.
An understanding of networking concepts will help you get the most from this course
Note: The curricula below comprise activities typically covered in a class at this skill level. The instructor may, at his/her discretion, adjust the lesson plan to meet the needs of the class.
Lesson 1: Building a Simple Network
Functions of Networking
Securing the Network
Host-to-Host Communication Model
TCP/IP's Internet Layer
TCP/IP's Transport Layer
Packet Delivery Process (between Hosts)
Connecting to an Ethernet LAN
Lesson 2: Ethernet LANs
Challenges of Shared LANs
Solving Network Challenges with Switched LAN Technology
Packet Delivery Process (through a Switch)
Operating Cisco IOS Software
Starting a Cisco Switch
Maximizing the Benefits of Switching
Troubleshooting Switch Issues
Lesson 3: Wireless Local Area Networks
Exploring Wireless Networking (including IEEE 802.11n)
Implementing a WLAN
Voice over IP (VoIP) Requirements
Lesson 4: LAN Connections
Functions of Routing
Constructing a Network Addressing Scheme
Starting a Cisco Router
Configuring a Cisco Router
Packet Delivery Process (through a Router)
Cisco Router Security
Using Cisco Router and Security Device Manager (SDM)
Using a Router as a DHCP Server
Accessing Remote Devices
Lesson 5: Wide Area Networks
Enabling the Internet Connection
Enabling Static Routing
Configuring Serial Encapsulation
Enabling Routing Information Protocol (RIP)
Lesson 6: Network Environment Management
Discovering Neighbors on the Network
Managing Router Startup and Configuration
Managing Cisco Devices
Lab 1: Initial PC Setup with DHCP and Host-Based Tools
Use Windows applications and commands to investigate the IP configuration of your PC and the local network.
Lab 2: Observing the TCP Three-Way Handshake
Use packet sniffer software to observe the TCP initial Three-Way Handshake.
Lab 3: Testing Connectivity in an IP Network
Use PC Tools, such as ping, traceroute, and ipconfig, to gather network-related information.
Lab 4: Enhanced – Initial Wiring (Optional)
Examine the connectivity of your pod equipment that will be used for the router and switch lab practice exercises.
Lab 5: Switch Startup and Initial Configuration
Connect to your workgroup switch and complete the initial configuration.
Lab 6: Enhancing Security of the Switch Configuration
Increase the security of the initial switch configuration.
Lab 7: Operating and Configuring a Cisco IOS Device
Practice and demonstrate the use of the Command Line Interface (CLI) features.
Lab 8: Converting Decimal to Binary and Binary to Decimal (Exercise)
Test your ability to convert numbers from binary to decimal and decimal to binary.
Lab 9: Classifying IP Addresses (Exercise)
Classify IP addresses and convert IP addresses from decimal to binary format and/or binary to decimal format.
Lab 10: Computing Subnets and Hosts (Exercise)
Calculate the number of bits that are required in the mask for a given number of subnets, and calculate the number of host addresses that are available on each subnet.
Lab 11: Calculating Subnet Masks (Exercise)
Based on specific criteria provided, determine the subnet mask used, the binary and decimal format of the mask, the subnet address, the range of host addresses, and the directed broadcast address.
Lab 12: Enhanced – Router Startup and Initial Configuration
Connect to your routers and complete the initial configuration. Add commands to improve the usability of the CLI.
Lab 13: Enhancing the Security of the Router and Switch Configuration
Increase the security of the initial router configuration and add port security to the switch configuration.
Lab 14: Using Security Device Manager (SDM) to Configure DHCP Server Functions
Use the Cisco SDM to configure DHCP server functionality on one of your workgroup routers.
Lab 15: Managing Remote Access Sessions
Utilize Telnet and SSH to create connections to your workgroup devices.
Lab 16: Enhanced – Using SDM to Configure DHCP Client and PAT
Use the Cisco SDM to configure DHCP client, DHCP server, and Port Address Translation (PAT) functionality on your workgroup routers.
Lab 17: Enhanced – Configuring HDLC, PPP, and a Static Route
Configure the serial interface on your router to use HDLC and PPP encapsulation, and configure a static route.
Lab 18: Enhanced – Enabling Frame Relay and RIPv2
Configure your routers to connect to each other and to the core router via a serial interface using Frame Relay, and configure the RIPv2 protocol between the routers.
Lab 19: Using CDP
Obtain information about your directly connected Cisco device using CDP and disable CDP from running on interfaces connected to the core router.
Lab 20: Managing Router Startup Operations
Make changes to control the router startup behavior, such as configuring boot commands and changing configuration register settings.
Lab 21: Managing Cisco Devices
Practice using the IOS copy and debug commands.
Lab 22: Enhanced – Troubleshooting Switch and Router Configurations
Using all the skills that you have learned, assume the management of an incorrectly configured network. You will need to discover and correct errors and then verify that the new configuration is functioning as expected.
Duration: 5 days
Time: 8:30am – 5:00pm
Contact: Cari Jones, Corporate Account Manager
FUTURE MEDIA CONCEPTS, INC., the nation's premier digital media training center, provides manufacturer-authorized training in all areas of digital media including digital video and film editing, web design and development, sound design, DVD authoring, 3D animation, motion graphics, desktop publishing, architectural and mechanical design and Mac IT. FMC is an authorized training provider for Adobe, Apple, Autodesk, Avid, Boris FX, Digidesign, NewTek and Softimage. Founded in 1994, FMC has training centers located in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Orlando, Chicago and Dubai. www.fmctraining.com
Orlando, United States