The CCNA v3 certification training includes both Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices, Part 1 (ICND1) and Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices, Part 2 (ICND2) courses merged into one. Participants in this CCNA course will learn to install, configure, operate, and manage basic IPv4 / IPv6 networks. This CCNA bootcamp on Routing & Switching course also imparts skills to configure a LAN switch and IP router, connect to WAN, and find security threats. This CCNA training will cover in detail topics related to troubleshooting in enterprise networks and prepare candidates for the real world once they complete their CCNA certification.
After CCNA Routing & Switching (R&S) v3.0 course completion, participants will acquire key skills and knowledge to configure, operate, manage and troubleshoot a medium-sized enterprise network, including the ability to ensure security of the network.
- Exploring the Network
- Configuring a Network Operating System
- Network Protocols and Communications
- Network Access
- Network Layer
- Transport Layer
- IP Addressing
- Subnetting IP Networks
- Application Layer
- It’s a Network
Benefits of the course
There are several benefits of this CCNA training. Some of these include:
- After successfully completing the course you can install, operate, and troubleshoot small and medium-sized network routers, switches, carry out routine service and support tasks, etc.
- Get a basic understanding of IPv4 / IPv6 networks.
- Work confidently on WANs, LAN switches and IP routers.
- You will get a firm grasp on the key fundamentals of Networking and TCP/IP after completion of this course.
What is the duration of the course?
The duration of CCNA Routing & Switching (R&S) v3.0 course is 180 days.
Who should pursue this course?
This CCNA certification training is beneficial for the following professionals:
- Network Engineers
- Networking Administrators
- Networking Specialists
- Network Support Specialists
- Network Consultants
- System Integrators
- System Engineers
What are the prerequisites of the course?
Although CCNA Routing & Switching certification exam has no official prerequisites, the Cisco Certified Entry Network Technician (CCENT) certification is recommended and acts as good starting point to prepare for the more advanced CCNA certification. CCENT certification is obtained by passing the first part of the Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices (ICND1) exam.
Before taking the CCNAX course, learners should be familiar with:
- Basic computer literacy
- Basic PC operating system navigation skills
- Basic Internet usage skills
- Basic IP address knowledge
- Good understanding of network fundamentals