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Networking Basics

This course has a minimum 50% practical hands-on component where you will gain an understanding of network principles and components. CCNA 1 is the first course in the four-course CCNA program.

Topics include:

  • Computer Hardware and Software Basics
  • Electricity fundamentals
  • Network terminology and protocols
  • The OSI model (open systems interconnect)
  • Introduction to LANs (local area networks)
  • Ethernet LAN technologies
  • IP Addressing schemes
  • Introduction to WANS (wide area networks)
  • Structured cabling
  • Network-to-network communication
  • Design and documentation techniques

Prerequisites:
Familiarity with the basics of using a PC (personal computer) and a desire to learn modern networking technologies.

Textbook*:
CCNA 1 and 2 Companion Guide, Revised (Cisco Networking Academy Program), 3rd Edition. Publisher: Cisco Press; ISBN: 1-58713-1501.

Lab access:
The 70 hours allocated will consist of a minimum of 50% lab time. You will be provided with an additional five hours of open lab time as required and as schedules permit.

Certification:
After completing CCNA1 and CCNA2, you will be prepared to write the Cisco Intro certification exam.

Future courses:
This course offering is one of the four courses that make up the CCNA program. It is planned that all of CCNA 1 through CCNA 4 will be provided in the future.

ABBOTSFORD campus
(20326 MCW CCNA1 A6A) 20 sessions, Sat, 9:30 am–1 pm,Thurs, 6:30–10 pm, $975. Starts Jan 21

Cisco CCNA 2 — Routing and Routing Basics

You will gain an understanding of routers and routing including;
• Basics of configuring routers
• Routing protocols
• TCP/IP concepts
• Access lists
• Networking troubleshooting skills

Prerequisites:
Completion of CCNA1. Applicants with equivalent industry experience will also be considered.

Textbook*:
CCNA 1 and 2 Companion Guide, Revised (Cisco Networking Academy Program), 3rd Edition. Publisher: Cisco Press; ISBN: 1-58713-1501

Lab access:
The 70 hours allocated will consist of a minimum of 50% lab time.You will be provided with an additional five hours of open lab time as required and as schedules permit.

Certification:
After completing CCNA1 and CCNA2, you will be prepared to write the Cisco Intro certification exam.

ABBOTSFORD campus
(20327 MCW CCNA2 A6A) 20 sessions Sat,, 9:30 am–1 pm,
Thurs, 6:30–10 pm, $975. Starts Jan 21.

Cisco CCNA 4 — WAN technologies

You will gain an understanding of WAN technology concepts including;

  • ISDN
  • Frame Relay
  • PPP
  • Emerging technologies

Prerequisites:
Completion of CCNA3. Applicants with equivalent industry experience will also be considered.

Textbook*:
CCNA 3 and 4 Companion Guide. (Cisco Networking Academy Program), 3rd Edition. Publisher: Cisco Press; ISBN: 1-58713-113-7

Lab access:
The 70 hours allocated will consist of a minimum of 50% lab time. You will be provided with an additional five hours of open lab time as required and as schedules permit.

Certification:
After completing CCNA3 and CCNA4, you will be prepared to write the Cisco ICND (interconnecting Cisco networking devices) certification exam.

ABBOTSFORD campus
(20328 MCW CCNA4 A6A) 20 sessions Sat, 9:30 am–1 pm, Thurs, 6:30–10 pm, $975. Starts Jan 21.

Cisco CCNP 1 — Advanced Routing

This course has a 50% practical hands-on component where you will configure, test, and troubleshoot a variety of routing configurations. The primary focus is on advanced routing techniques used by large organizations including ISPs (Internet Service Providers). An overview of the design of scaleable networks is presented and IP address management strategies such as CIDR, NAT and DHCP are further developed, implemented, and tested. The Routing protocols covered are RIP, RIPv2, EIGRP, OSPF and BGP4 in an IPv4 environment. Specific topics include route summarization, route redistribution, routing protocol efficiency, configuring multiple default gateways and backup ISPs in a multi-ISP environment. Access lists including contextbased access lists are covered.

Prerequisites:
CCNA certification or completion of the CCNA program at UCFV. Applicants with equivalent industry experience will also be considered.

Textbook*:
CCNP®: Building Scalable Cisco Internetworks Study Guide (642-801), by Carl Timm,Wade Edwards. Publisher: Sybex, ISBN: 0-7821-4293-1, Nov 2003, 1st edition, 704 pages. Covers Exam 642-801.

Lab access:
The 70 hours allocated will consist of a minimum of 50% lab time. You will be provided with additional open lab time as required and as schedules permit.

Certification:
After completing CCNP1, you will be prepared to write the Cisco BSCI (Building Scaleable Cisco Internetworks) certification exam.

Future courses:
This course offering is one of the four courses of the CCNP program. CCNP 2, CCNP 3 and CCNP 4 will also be provided. Approximately two CCNP course offerings per year are planned.

ABBOTSFORD campus
(20325 MCW CCNP1 A6A) 10 sessions Sat, 9:30 am–4:30 pm, $1,750. Starts Jan.14.

 

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