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INTERCONNECTING CISCO NETWORK DEVICES (ICND)

Exam #640-802

COURSE OVERVIEW

The Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification denotes a recognized level of expertise in
installing, configuring, and maintaining a small- to medium-size Cisco network.
The Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices (ICND) course will prepare you to obtain the CCNA
certification. You will learn about the concepts, commands, and practices required to configure Cisco
switches and routers in a multiprotocol internetwork, using real Cisco equipment.

Duration: 5 days

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

PREREQUISITES
Students should be able to perform basic
computer skills, such as using a mouse and
execute programs.

University students or graduates who want to


embark on a career in IT
IT Professionals who want to increase their
knowledge and improve their credibility.

COURSE CONTENT
STARTING A SWITCH

ROUTING OVERVIEW

Startup of the Catalyst Switch


Verifying Switch Port LEDs Configuring a Switch from the CLI
Showing the Initial Startup Status

Static and Dynamic Routes Default


Route IP Classless Command
InterVLAN Routing

BASIC LAYER 2 SWITCHING AND


BRIDGING FUNCTIONS

Maintaining Routing Information


Eliminating Routing Loops Distance
Vector Operations

Functions of Ethernet Switches and


Bridges Frame Transmission
Modes Forward and Filter Frames

DISTANCE VECTOR ROUTING

LINK-STATE & HYBRID ROUTING

Maintaining Routing Information LinkState Algorithm Benefits & DrawBroadcast Storms Multiple Frames backs Hybrid Routing
MAC Database Instability
REDUNDANT TOPOLOGY

Spanning-Tree Operation Root


Bridge Port States Rapid STP

CONFIGURING VLANS

Types of Access Lists How Access


Lists Operate Testing Against Access
List Wildcard Masking

Router Configuration Mode


Configuring a Router from CLI
Verifying Interface Configuration

CONFIGURING SERIAL POINT-TOPOINT

FRAME RELAY OVERVIEW

VARIABLE-LENGTH SUBNET MASKS

STARTING A ROUTER

EIGRP Technologies, Terms, and


Concepts EIGRP Packets
Configuring EIGRP

ENABLING EIGRP

VLAN Operation VLAN Membership Modes 802.1Q Trunking ISL


Protocol VTP Protocol
VTP 802.1Q Trunking ISL Trunking VLAN Configuration Adds,
Moves, & Changes Troubleshooting

WIDE-AREA NETWORKING
REVIEW

RIP Features Configuring RIP

EIGRP Features Comparing EIGRP


CONFIGURING CATALYST SWITCH and IGRP Configuring EIGRP
IP Address and Default Gateway
ENABLING OSPF
Duplexing and Speed MAC
OSPF Features Shortest Path AlgoAddress Table Port Security
rithm Configuring Single Area OSPF
VLAN OPERATION OVERVIEW

Translating Inside Source


Addresses Overloading an Inside
Global Address

Configuring HDLC PPP Layered


Architecture Configuring PPP
PPP Authentication

ENABLING RIP

SPANNING TREE PROTOCOL

SCALING THE NETWORK WITH


NAT AND PAT

VLSM Features Route Summary


ACCESS LISTS APPLICATIONS

CONFIGURING IP ACCESS LISTS

Implementing ACLs Standard &


Extended IP ACLs Virtual Terminal
ACLs Guidelines Placement

SUGGESTED NEXT COURSE


Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP)
Microsoft Certified System Administrator (MCSA)
on Windows Server 2003
Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA)

Stack Layered Support Terminology Topologies Reachability


Issues
CONFIGURING FRAME RELAY

Basic Configuration Static Frame


Relay Map Subinterfaces
BASIC WIRELESS CONCEPTS
AND CONFIGURATION

The Wireless LAN Wireless LAN


Security Configure Wireless LAN
Access Troubleshooting Simple
WLAN Problems
NETWORK SECURITY

Network Security Basic Securing


Cisco Routers Secure Router
Network Services Using Cisco
SDM Secure Router Management

CERTIFICATION
This course will not only provide you with the
hands-on skills you need, but it will also
prepare you to pass Cisco Exam #640-802:
Cisco Certified Network Associate version 4.0