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Cisco® On-Demand: Interconnecting Cisco® Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1) Course Outline

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**Note: This is an On-Demand Self Study Course, 4 days of content, 6-months unlimited access, $750**
You may take this course at any time and from any device, provided you have internet access.
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About This Course
The Online On-Demand training course includes expert lectures, PowerPoint visuals, demonstrations, labs and Official Cert Guide. You will be able to follow along and successfully complete the course by completing the quizzes and exams.

Course Overview
This course will teach students about building a simple network, establishing internet connectivity, managing network device security, building a medium-sized network, and IPv6.

Duration
This course takes 4 days to complete and includes 17h 49m of video presentation.

Course Outline

Module 01 - Building a Simple Network
Networking Functions
Network Connections
Components of a Network
Looking at a Network Diagram
Applications Found on the Network
Design Issues of a Network
Physical Topology Types
Logical Topologies
Understanding the Host-to-Host Communications Model
Examples of Host-to-Host Communications
OSI Reference Model
The TCP/IP Stack
The Encapsulation Process
Data De-Encapsulation
Communicating Peer-to-Peer
Introducing LANs
Describing the LAN
Components of the LAN
Understanding the Collision Domain
About the Switch
Introduction to the IOS
Why the IOS
Basic Functions of the IOS
The User EXEC Mode
Privileged EXEC Mode
Getting CLI Help
Managing IOS Configurations
Viewing the Running-Config
Viewing the Startup-Config
Managing Cisco IOS Configuration
Managing the IOS Configuration
Copy Options
E-MACS
Improving the Use of the CLI
Starting a Switch
Installing the Switch
Understanding the LED Indicators
Initial Console Connection
Configuration Basics
Viewing the Initial Startup Status
Understanding Ethernet and Switch Operation
Media for Ethernet
Ethernet Frames
Communication Types
Introducing the MAC Address
How the Switch Works
Understanding Duplex
Configuring Duplex and Speed
Results of Duplex Settings
Results of Duplex/Speed Settings
Troubleshooting Common Switch Media Issues
Troubleshooting Tools
Problems with Media
Troubleshooting Flow Chart
Understanding Interface Status
Understanding Interface Statistics
Interface Statistics
Port Problems
Troubleshooting Flow Chart 2
Troubleshooting Port Issues

Module 02 - Establishing Internet Connectivity
Understanding the TCP/IP Internet Layer
IP
Breaking Down the IPv4 Address
IP Header
Number Systems
Base X Number System (eNotes)
Conversion to Binary
IPv4 Address Classes
Reserved IPv4 Addresses
What is DNS
Verify a Windows Host IP
Verify Switch IP Configuration
Understanding IP Addressing and Subnets
Why Subnets
Using a Subnet Mask
Subnet Mask Values
Default Class A Subnet Mask
Default Class B Subnet Mask
Default Class C Subnet Mask
Default Gateways
Host and Subnet Combinations for Class B
Using Subnet Masks
Network Addressing Scheme
VLSM
VLSM Scenario
Understanding the TCP/IP Transport Layer
Transport Layer Functions
TCP vs. UDP
Comparing TCP and UDP
UDP
The UDP Header
TCP
TCP/IP Application Layer
TCP 3-Way Handshake (eNotes)
Exploring the Functions of Routing
The Routerís Role
Router Components
Function of the Router
Best Path Determination
The Routing Table
How Routes are Learned
Dynamic Routing Protocols
Comparing the DV to the LS
Configuring a Cisco Router
Initial Power On
Initial Router Setup
Router Configurations
Exploring Router Neighbors
Answer: CDP
CDP
Show CDP Details
LLDP
LLDP Limitations
LLDP Benefits
Exploring the Packet Delivery Process
Ethernet Addressing
Layer 3 Addressing
What is ARP
Host-to-Host Packet Delivery
What the Switch Does
Enabling Static Routing
Routing Operations
Static vs Dynamic Routes
Should You Use a Static Route?
Configure a Static Route
Default Routes
Verify Static Routes
Managing Traffic Using ACLs
What is an ACL?
How an ACL Operates
Wildcard Masking
Types of ACLs
Testing an IP Packet on a Numbered ACL
Basic ACL Configuration
Enabling Internet Connectivity
The Demarcation Point
What is DHCP
Service Provider Options
Configure a Static Provider Assigned IP Address
Configuring the Router as a DHCP Client
What is RFC 1918 Private Addresses
What is NAT?
Nomenclature of NAT
Example of NAT
NAT Options
Static NAT
Static NAT Configuration
Verifying Static NAT
Dynamic NAT
Verifying Dynamic NAT
What is PAT?
Configuring PAT
Verifying PAT
Troubleshooting NAT
Troubleshooting Scenario

Module 03 - Managing Network Device Security
Securing Administrative Access
Overview of Network Device Security
Securing Remote Access
Service Password Encryption
Securing Physical Access
Securing VTY Lines
Using SSH
SSH Clients
Remote Access Reply
SSH
Encryption Process (eNotes)
Configuration Steps
Using ACL for Remote Access Security
Other Authentication Options
Using the Login Banner
Implementing Device Hardening
Reducing Attack Vectors
How to Disable a Port
Introducing Port Security
How to Configure Port Security
Verify Port-Security
Disabling Services
Turning Off Unused Services
NTP
How to Configure NTP
Verify NTP
AAA
Authentication
Authentication (eNotes)
AAA Configuration
Authentication Servers
Implementing Traffic Filtering with ACLs
Filtering Traffic with ACLs
How an Outbound ACL Functions
How to Apply ACL to an Interface
Introducing the Extended ACL
Creating a Numbered Extended ACL
Using a Named ACL
Best Practices
Monitoring ACLs
Troubleshooting ACL

Module 04 - Building a Medium-Sized Network
Implementing VLANs and Trunks
Problems with a Poorly Designed Network
Introducing VLANs
Trunks and 802.1Q
Using Trunks
How to Create a VLAN
Verify the VLAN
Assign VLAN to an Access Port
Creating a Trunk
VTP
VTP Modes
VTP Configuration
VLAN Design Practices
Designing Redundancy
Routing Between VLANs
Introducing Inter-VLAN Routing
Ways to do Inter-VLAN Routing
Using a Cisco Network Device as a DHCP Server
Why DHCP
How DHCP Works
Configuring DHCP on a Router
DHCP Monitoring
DHCP Relay Agent
Introducing WAN Technologies
Introducing WANs
Comparing WANs and LANs
Routers and the WAN
Types of WAN Links
Using Point-to-Point Connections
Introducing Dynamic Routing Protocols
Why Use a Dynamic Routing Protocol
Classifying Routing Protocols
IGP: Distance Vector and Link-State Routing Protocols
Understanding the Link-State Protocol
RIPv2
RIPv2 Limitations
Metric
RIP Configuration
RIPng
Implementing OSPF
Describing OSPF
Adjacencies
The SPF Algorithm
Router ID
Configuring Single Area OSPF
Verify OSPF

Module 05 - Introducing IPv6
Introducing Basic IPv6
Problems With IPv4
New Problems With the IPv4 Solutions
Features of IPv6
IPv6 Address Description
IPv6 Transmission Types
The IPv6 Unicast Address
EUI-64 Automatic Host ID
IPv6 Address Allocation
Basic IPv6 Commands
Example IPv6 Static Configuration
Verify IPv6 Address
Basic Connectivity Tests
Understanding IPv6
Review of the IPv4 Header
The IPv6 Header
ICMPv6
Discovery Messages
SLAAC
SLAAC for Routers
Configuring IPv6 Routing
IPv6 Routing
Supported Routing Protocols
IPv6 Static Route
Dynamic Routing Protocols

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