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CCNA/CCNP

Course Description

Upon completion of the course, students will learn how to:

• Describe how networks function, identify major components, functions of the network components, and the OSI reference model

• Describe issues related to increasing traffic on an Ethernet LAN and expand the switched network from a small LAN to a medium-sized LAN

• Describe the reasons for extending the reach of a LAN

• Configure and verify a Cisco router for WAN connections with HDLC and PPP encapsulation, PAT, static routing, and describe the components that make up a VPN solution

Who Should Attend

• Networking experience is required
• This is a fast-paced course modeled on a “boot camp” style of intensely focused, content-heavy material
• Those with less experience should consider taking Networking-ICND1 and Networking-ICND2

Hours

110

Instructor

Alan: Security Architect at a large networking equipment company. Worked at O2Security as Sr. Product Manager at year 2005 in delivering UTM and SSL VPN security product for Enterprise and SMB market, meantime established RD center at few China cities and managed the RD team, India outsourcing team and the external OEM relationships. At year 2004, co-founded Janusys Networks to develop layer two mesh wireless network technology that later was acquired by Accton of Taiwan. From 2000 to 2003, served as RD Manager at Redback Networks in delivering NetOp NMS/EMS for Carriers. Prior to that, served few engineering positions at HP with more than 10 years development experience: key contributor to HP MMU UNIX SMP system, NSD server division and HP OpenView business unit. Received US Patent 7917947

Elwin: More than 15 years of experience in Computer Networking protocols and related software development. Have written drafts for IETF and paper in IEEE related to networking protocols and development. Has taught Cisco certification classes since 2005, and Embedded Linux and Networking Software Development classes as well. Industry experience includes: Ericsson Inc, O2Security, Xambala Inc, Corona Networks, Samsung Electronics, all in networking and security related protocols and technologies

Course Content

CCNA:

Sessions 1: Networking Fundamentals

• Introduction to the Internetworking and the OSI Model

• The TCP/IP and OSI Networking Models

• Fundamental of LAN

• Fundamental of WAN

Session 2: LAN Switching

• Gathering Information on Switches

• Ethernet LAN Switching

• Operating Cisco LAN Switches

• VLAN

• Trunking

• VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP)

• Spanning Tree

• Rapid Spanning Tree

Session 3: IP Routing

• Operating and Configuring a Cisco IOS Device

• Initial Router Configuration/Configuring Passwords/Show

• Interface Configuration

• IP Addressing and Configuration on Cisco Devices

• Subnetting

Session 4: Transport Layer and Applications

• DHCP

• CDP

• TCP/UDP/SNMP

• TCP Three-Way Handshake

• Session Establishment

• Simple Network Management Protocol

Session 5: Routing Protocols

• Static and Default Routes

• Configuring Static Routes

• Dynamic Routing Protocol Overview

• Distance Vector Routing Protocol Features

• Link-State Routing Protocol Features

Session 6: OSPF and EIGRP

• OSPF and EIGRP

• Configuring EIGRP

• Configuring OSPF

• Wireless Networks

• Access Control List

Session 7: Wide-Area Network

• Network Address Translation

• Static NAT

• Dynamic NAT

• PPP

• Frame Relay Concept

• Frame Relay Configuration and Troubleshooting

• VPN and IPsec

Session 8: IPv6

• Global Unicast Addressing, Routing, and Subnetting

• IPv6 Protocols and Addressing

• Configuring IPv6 Routing and Routing Protocols

• IPv6 Transition Options

 

CCNP:

Session 1: VLAN Network Design

• Virtual LAN Membership and Configuration

• VLAN Trunks Transporting Multiple VLANs

• VLAN Trunk Configuration

• VLAN Trunking Protocols

• VTP Configuration and Pruning

• VLAN Access Port and Loop Prevention

Session 2: EIGRP Network Design

• Operation of EIGRP

• How EIGRP Works

• The HELLO Protocol

• EIGRP Metrics

• The DUAL finite-state Machine

• Scaling EIGRP

• Configuring and Verifying EIGRP

Session 3: OSPF Network Design

• OSPF in Single Area

• OSPF Network Topology

• How OSPF Builds its Routing Table

• OSPF Across Nonbroadcast Multiaccess Network (NBMA)

• OSPF in Multiple Areas

• OSPF Supports of VLSM and Summarization

• OSPF Configurations

Session 4: BGP Network Design

• BGP – 4 Basic Operation

• CIDR and Route Aggregation

• BGP – 4 Policy Based Routing

• BGP – 4 Route Selection Process

• BGP – 4 Configuration

• BGP Tuning in Large Networks

• Controlling BGP – 4 Traffic

• Multihoming

• Route Distribution between IGP and BGP-4

Session 5: IPv6 Network Design

• IPv6 Address

• IPv6 Address Type

• IPv4/IPv6 Address Transition

- Dual Stack

- Manual IPv6 Tunnels

- GRE Tunnels

- 6to4 Tunnels

- IPV4 Compatible Tunnels

- ISATAP Tunnels

- NAT-PT

Session 6: High Availability Network Design

• Redundant Supervisor Engines

• Stateful Switchover

• Non-stop Forwarding

• HSRP

• VRRP

• GLBP

• IRDP

Session 7: Layer 2 Security Network Design

• Type of Layer 2 Attacks

• Port Security

- CAM Overflow

- VLAN Hopping

- MAC Spoofing

- Private VLAN Attacks

- DHCP Attacks

Session 8: Layer 3 Path Control & GRE

• BGP Traffic Engineering

• Route Maps

• Manipulating Inbound AS Paths

• BGP Load Balancing

• BGP Metric

• GRE Design

• How GRE Tunnel Keepalive Works

• Configuring GRE

 

Free:

Networking QA

• Perl Scripting

• Test Plans and Test Scripts

• IXIA Introduction

• Networking QA Methodology

Basic Linux

• Linux Introduction

• Linux Installation

• Application Running on Linux: User vs. Kernel Space

• Linux OS Building Blocks: Device Driver, Kernel, System Calls

 

Lab/Equipments: breEDU have all the lab resources to do CCNA and CCNP Security.  



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