CCNA Certification

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This book is designed as preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate test.

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  1. Acknowledgements 00%.svg
  2. Introduction 75%.svg

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  1. The OSI Model 75%.svg
    1. TCP Model (5/4 layers) 00%.svg
  2. Application Layer 25%.svg
    1. DHCP 25%.svg
    2. e-mail 75%.svg
    3. Web 75%.svg
  3. Transport Layer 25%.svg
    1. TCP 25%.svg
    2. UDP 25%.svg
  4. Network Layer 25%.svg
    1. IP 25%.svg
    2. ICMP 25%.svg
    3. ARP 25%.svg
    4. RARP 25%.svg
  5. Addressing 75%.svg
    1. Classes 75%.svg
    2. Subnetting 75%.svg
  6. Routing Protocols 00%.svg
    1. RIP 00%.svg
    2. OSPF 00%.svg
    3. EIGRP 00%.svg
  7. Data Link Layer 00%.svg
    1. MAC 00%.svg
    2. LLC 00%.svg
  8. Switching 00%.svg
    1. LAN switching concepts 00%.svg
    2. VLANs and trunking 00%.svg
    3. Spanning Tree 00%.svg
  9. Physical Layer 00%.svg
    1. LAN Technologies 00%.svg
    2. WAN Technologies 00%.svg
    3. Analog modems 00%.svg
    4. PAP/CHAP 00%.svg
  10. Router Operation 00%.svg
    1. Operating and Configuring IOS Devices 00%.svg
    2. Managing Network Environments 00%.svg
    3. Basic router configuration and operation 00%.svg
    4. Discovering information about an IP network 00%.svg

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    2. Classless Addressing (CIDR) 00%.svg
    3. NAT 00%.svg
  2. Advanced Routing Topics 00%.svg
    1. Determining IP Routes 00%.svg
  3. Advanced Switching Topics 00%.svg
    1. LAN switching concepts 00%.svg
    2. Extending Switched Networks with VLANS 00%.svg
    3. STP 00%.svg
  4. Security 00%.svg
    1. Managing IP traffic with Access Lists 00%.svg
  5. WAN 00%.svg
    1. Establishing Point-to-Point connections 00%.svg
    2. Establishing Frame Relay Connections 00%.svg
    3. Point-to-point leased line implementation 00%.svg
    4. ISDN and Dial-on-Demand Routing (DDR) 00%.svg
  6. WLAN 00%.svg
    1. Standards 25%.svg
    2. Components 00%.svg
    3. Configuration Parameters 00%.svg
    4. Wireless Security 25%.svg
    5. Common Problems 00%.svg
  7. Configuration 00%.svg
    1. RIP, IGRP, EIGRP, OSPF, and static route configuration 00%.svg
    2. VLSM support and route summarization 00%.svg
    3. Frame Relay configuration 00%.svg
  8. Conclusion 00%.svg
  9. References 00%.svg
  10. Appendix A - About the Exam 50%.svg
  11. Appendix B - Cisco Router Commands and their Usages 25%.svg
  12. Appendix C - Exam Notes: Quick Reference Sheet 00%.svg
  13. Appendix D - Recommended Lab Equipment
  14. Appendix E - Material removed from course
  15. Appendix F - Abbreviated Commands and Keyboard Shortcuts

Types of CCNA Official Certifications 2019

CCNA certification courses have been designed to cater to the evolving industry job roles and enhance the skills required by networking professionals to manage highly advanced network solutions.

CCNA Cloud: Cloud has enabled companies to be more agile, flexible and effective in delivering better business output. CCNA Cloud certification course demonstrates your advanced level skills in Cloud Computing and enables you to meet the changing business demands of your organization. This certification is suitable for professionals like Cloud Engineers, Cloud Administrators, and Network Engineers.

CCNA Collaboration: CCNA Collaboration certification course is designed for Network Video Engineers, IP Telephony and IP Network Engineers who wish to enhance their knowledge in collaboration and video skills in accordance with the convergence of voice, video, data and mobile applications.

CCNA Cyber Ops: With the advancement of cybercrimes and increase in threats pertaining to network, systems and data, a team of cyber Security experts is required by every organization in order to identify network vulnerabilities, keep a check on security breaches and effectively respond to security incidents. The CCNA Cyber Ops certification course validates your skills in cybersecurity and allows you to begin a career as an associate level cybersecurity analyst, working with security operations centers.

CCNA Data Center: CCNA Data Center certification course enables you to understand the techniques involved in installing, configuring and maintaining data centers.

CCNA Industrial: The CCNA Industrial certification course enables candidates to implement industry standard protocols essential for today's connected networks. Hence, it is specifically designed for professionals involved in the convergence of IT and industrial networks, namely, Plant Administrators, Control System Engineers and Traditional Network Engineers working in manufacturing, process control and oil and gas industries.

CCNA Routing and Switching: CCNA Routing and Switching certification course allows you to gain knowledge about foundational technologies and ensures that you stay updated with the skill sets required to adopt next-generation technologies.

CCNA Security: CCNA Security certification course imparts associate-level knowledge and skills to secure Cisco networks that include developing a security infrastructure and recognizing and mitigating threats and vulnerabilities to networks. This certification validates your ability to maintain integrity, confidentiality and availability of data and devices.

CCNA Service Provider: CCNA Service Provider certification course demonstrates your ability to configure, implement and troubleshoot baseline Cisco Service Provider Next-Generation networks. This certification is basically designed for professionals such as Network Engineers, Technicians and Designers who mainly focus on the latest networking technologies and trends.

CCNA Wireless: CCNA Wireless certification course validates your skills in Cisco Wireless LAN’s configuration, monitoring, troubleshooting and support for the enhanced performance of Cisco wireless networks.