Routing and Switching Fundamentals Part 2 ICND - Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices is designed to get you ready to take the Cisco ICND 200-105 exam, which if successful, will mean you hold a full CCNA Routing and Switching CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) Certification.
The course is designed to give you all the knowledge that you need to go on to become a Cisco Certified Network Associate.
Awarded 40 CPD points upon successful completion
If you want to take your IT skills to the next level and prove you’ve got what it takes, this course is your logical next step from Part 1 (ICND1) CCENT training programme.
You’ll learn how to work with point-to-point connections and frame relay, together with how to configure and troubleshoot VLAN and interswitch communications.
What’s more, you’ll learn how to tackle working with various routing methods and use trace methods to understand all of the various implementations available to you. The final part of the course focuses on the security aspect and how to protect your networks.
On completion of this course, you will receive a Pitman Training Course Completion certificate*.
Session 1: Introduction, VLANs, STP Protocols and Features, EtherChannels, Switch Stacking and Threat Mitigation, Session 1 Recap.
Session 2: Inter-VLAN Routing, Routing Protocol Types, OSPF, EIGRP, Session 2 Recap.
Session 3: PPP and MLPPP, Client-Side PPPoE, GRE Tunnels, WAN Topology Options, WAN Access Connectivity Options, Session 3 Recap.
Session 4: HSRP, Cloud Resources, QoS, IPv4 ACLs, IPv6 ACLs, Session 4 Recap.
Session 5: Device-Monitoring Protocols, Troubleshoot Connectivity, Device Management, Network Programmability, Session 5 and Course Recap.
* Please note that Vendor specific exams may need to be organised separately.
Routing and Switching Fundamentals Part 2 ICND – Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices is designed to get you ready to take your Cisco ICND 200-105 exam*.
* Please note that Vendor specific exams may need to be organised separately
Ideally you will already have undertaken Part 1 of this course and gained a CCENT Certification.
Cisco is a big name in the IT industry. If you continue to expand your knowledge and gain a CCENT or CCNA qualification you can aim for a rewarding career in IT networking such as Network Engineer, Field Network Technician etc.