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1 Scope and Seqence C C N A D i s cov er y v 4. 0 I R S E S p p m E w w h l l q j P l m H l B l m B E H l B h l l C l m H l B l m B h ( E l w l l w l The corse objectives and otline o the inal two CCNA Discovery corses, ntrodcing oting and witching in the nterp rise and Desig ning and p orting Com ter Network s, are sbject to chang e since they are still nder develop ent. The ng lish versions o those two corses are schedled to be available in the Novem ber Decem ber tim eram e. Target Adience CCNA Discovery is prim aril y desig ned or st dents ith in th e Cisco Netw orking Academ y o are ooking or career-oriented, IT-skil s instr ction or a ick path to ob entry and career ex pl oration. rereq is ites Th e Cisco CCNA Discovery c rric is com posed o o r co rses: Netw orking or om e and Sm al sinesses Working at a Sm al -to-medi siness or ISP Introd cing Ro ting and Sw itch ing in th e nterprise Desig ning and S pporting Com p ter Netw orks Netw orking or om e and Sm al sinesses is th e irst co rse and as no prereq isites. It is a prereq isite or th e oth er th ree co rses. Th e co rses sh o d be taken seq ential y. Target erti icatio ns Th e CCNA Discovery c rric prepares st dents or tw o di erent Cisco certi ication ex am s. A ter com pl eting th e irst tw o co rses o CCNA Discovery, Netw orking or om e and Sm al sinesses and Working at a Sm al -to-medi siness or ISP, a st dent as th e option to take th e CCE NT Cisco Certi ied ntry Netw ork Tech nician) certi ication ex am. CCE NT certi ies th e practical skil s req ired or entry-l evel IT positions. In addition, th is certi ication assesses a st dent s aptit de and com petence to ork in an environm ent th at eat res Cisco netw orking devices and so tw are. CCE NT certi ication is an optional irst step tow ard earning Cisco CCNA netw ork associate certi ication, th e o ndation evel certi ication or netw orking careers. A ter com pl eting al o r CCNA Discovery co rses, st dents il be prepared or th e ind stry standard CCNA certi ication ex am.

2 C D l m w l l l m w l h l w l l m l h l m w m l h ( m m l l m l m g h h m h C O b j l m h l j h l g l m l h g l m l m g h w l m l w l g l H l h h l w l l m h w j h g h w E l rricl m es crip tio n Th is c rric presents basic netw orking ed cation to eq ip st dents ith know edg e and skil s th at can be appl ied tow ard entry-l evel careers in IT netw orking and CCE NT or CCNA certi ication. CCNA Discovery is a bl ended c rric ith both onl ine and cl assroom earning. CCNA Discovery as th e ol ow ing eat res: Desig ned or st dents ith basic PC skil s Can be del ivered as an independent c rric or integ rated into broader co rses o st dy at secondary sch ool s, tech nical sch ool s, col eg es, and niversities O ers a ands-on, career-oriented approach to earning netw orking th at em ph asiz es practical ex perience Maps ore directl y to everyday ex periences ith netw orks and covers key netw orking concepts according to th e types o practical netw ork environm ents st dents ay enco nter; rang ing rom sm al o ice or om e o ice SOH O) netw orking to ore com pl ex enterprise environm ents and th eoretical netw orking odel s ater in th e c rric Incl des activities th at em ph asiz e netw orking im pl em entation Teach es appl ied skil s idw ay th ro th e o r-co rse series to el p ake th e co rse content rel evant, enco rag e st dents to consider additional ed cation in IT or rel ated iel ds, and el p st dents prepare or entry-l evel IT careers rricl m ectiv es Th is c rric el ps st dents devel op th e skil s needed to obtain entry-l evel netw orking obs. It provides a ands-on approach to netw orking ed cation th at al ow s st dents to ain practical ex perience earl y in th e c rric. St dents com pl ete eng ag ing instr ctional abs th at el p th em nderstand th e eneral th eory needed to b il d netw orks. Th e c rric enco rag es st dents to consider additional ed cation in IT by teach ing appl ied skil s idw ay th ro th e o r-co rse series. CCNA Discovery as desig ned to be del ivered as an independent c rric or integ rated into broader co rses o st dy at secondary sch ool s, tech nical sch ool s, col eg es, and niversities. It is or st dents ith basic PC skil s. Th e oal s o CCNA Discovery are as ol ow s: el p st dents recog niz e th e sig ni icant im pact o netw orking on th eir ives Teach st dents ow to b il d and s pport a om e or sm al b siness netw ork ith Linksys eq ipm ent Instil a sense o aw e in st dents and enco rag e th em to earn ore abo t ow th ing s ork and to p rs e careers in netw orking Prepare st dents or entry-l evel obs in th e ind stry by em pl oying interactive and eng ag ing instr ctional approach es th at el p th em ain practical ex perience Teach st dents th e ndam ental concepts o netw orking Provide opport nities or ex tensive ands-on interaction ith PC and netw orking eq ipm ent to prepare st dents or careers and certi ication ex am s stabl ish th e rel evancy and contex t o netw orking in o r everyday ives

3 H l B w l l l h l m l m h m g h l m B w l l h m h l w Upon com pl etion o th e Netw orking or om e and Sm al sinesses co rse, st dents il be abl e to per orm th e ol ow ing tasks: Set p a personal com p ter system, incl ding th e operating system, inter ace cards, and periph eral devices. Pl an and instal a om e or sm al b siness netw ork and connect it to th e Internet. Veri y and tro bl esh oot netw ork and Internet connectivity. Sh are reso rces s ch as il es and printers am ong tipl e com p ters. Recog niz e and itig ate sec rity th reats to a om e netw ork. Con ig re and veri y com on Internet appl ications. Con ig re basic IP services th ro a GUI. Upon com pl etion o th e Working at a Sm al -to-medi siness or ISP co rse, st dents il be abl e to per orm th e ol ow ing tasks: Describe th e str ct re o th e Internet and ow com nications on th e Internet occ rs betw een osts. Instal, con ig re and tro bl esh oot Cisco IOS devices or Internet and server connectivity. Pl an a basic ired in rastr ct re to s pport netw ork tra ic. Im pl em ent basic WAN connectivity sing Tel co services. Dem onstrate proper disaster recovery proced res and per orm server back ps. Monitor netw ork per orm ance and isol ate ail res. l m l E w l l w m l l m m w l l m l m l Tro bl esh oot probl em s sing an org aniz ed, ayered proced re. Describe th e OSI odel and th e process o encaps ation. Upon com pl etion o th e Introd cing Ro ting and Sw itch ing in th e nterprise co rse, st dents il be abl e to per orm th e ol ow ing tasks: Im pl em ent a LAN or an approved netw ork desig n Con ig re a sw itch ith VLANs and inter-sw itch com nication Im pl em ent access ists to perm it or deny speci ied tra ic Im pl em ent WAN inks Con ig re ro ting protocol s on Cisco devices Per orm LAN, WAN, and VLAN tro bl esh ooting sing a str ct red eth odol og y and th e OSI odel Upon com pl etion o th e Desig ning and S pporting Com p ter Netw orks co rse, st dents il be abl e to per orm th e ol ow ing tasks: Gath er c stom er req irem ents Desig n a sim pl e Internetw ork sing Cisco tech nol og y Desig n an IP addressing sch em e to eet LAN req irem ents Create an eq ipm ent ist to eet LAN desig n req irem ents Create and present a proposal to a c stom er Instal and con ig re a prototype Internetw ork Obtain and pg rade Cisco IOS so tw are in Cisco devices

4 M inim m S y s tem R eq irem ents C rric l m req irem ents: St dent PC per st dent; l ocal c rric l m server Lab b ndl e req irem ents or CCNA Discovery co rses 4: 3 Cisco 4 ro ters w ith B ase IP IOS, 2 MB DRAM, 3 2 MB F l ash sw itch es 2 Linksys w irel ess ro ters ( Linksys N is pre erred, b t 5 4G is an al ternative) or SOH O eq ival ent Lab PC w ith Microso t Window s Server 2 Lab PCs or l aptops ( Microso t Window s or Window s X P) Assorted E th ernet and Serial cabl es and h bs E q ipm ent req irem ents or new Academ ies adopting CCNA Discovery co rses and 2 onl y: 3 Cisco 4 ro ters w ith B ase IP IOS, 2 MB DRAM, 3 2 MB F l ash 3 o r-port E th ernet Sw itch Inter ace Cards or th e 4 ro ters 2 Linksys w irel ess ro ters ( Linksys N is pre erred, b t 5 4G is an al ternative) or SOH O eq ival ent Lab PC w ith Microso t Window s Server 2 Lab PCs or l aptops ( Microso t Window s or Window s X P) Assorted E th ernet and Serial cabl es and h bs C o rs e O tl ine N o o H o m S m l B s l h l j h l l h h h m h l l l w l g P o C o m p H B etw rk ing r e and al s ines es Th is co rse teach es st dents th e skil s needed to obtain entry-l evel om e netw ork instal er obs. It al so el ps st dents devel op som e o th e skil s needed to becom e netw ork tech nicians, com p ter tech nicians, cabl e instal ers, and el p desk tech nicians. It provides a ands-on introd ction to netw orking and th e Internet sing tool s and ardw are com onl y o nd in om e and sm al b siness environm ents. Instr ctors are enco rag ed to provide iel d trips and o tside-th e-cl assroom earning ex periences. Labs incl de PC instal ation, Internet connectivity, irel ess connectivity, il e and print sh aring, and th e instal ation o am e consol es, scanners, and cam eras. Prereq isites: None. ers nal ter ardw are. Personal Com p ters and Appl ications.2 Types o Com p ters.3 inary Representation o Data.4 Com p ter Com ponents and Periph eral s.5 Com p ter System Com ponents

5 . Ch apter S m m ary 2. O p erating S y s tem s 2 2. Ch oosing th e Operating System 2.2 Instal l ing th e Operating System 2.3 Maintaining th e Operating System 2.4 Ch apter S m m ary 3. C o nnecting to th e N etw o rk 3 3. Introd ction to Netw orking 3.2 Principal s o Com m nication 3.3 Com m nicating on a Local Wired Netw ork 3.4 B il ding th e Access Layer o an E th ernet Netw ork 3.5 B il ding th e Distrib tion Layer o a Netw ork 3. Pl an and Connect a Local Netw ork 3. Ch apter S m m ary 4. C o nnecting to th e I nternet Th ro gh an I S P 4 4. Th e Internet and H ow We Connect To It 4.2 Sending In orm ation Across th e Internet 4.3 Netw orking Devices in a NOC 4.4 Cabl es and Connectors 4.5 Working w ith Tw isted Pair Cabl ing 4. Ch apter S m m ary 5. N etw o rk Addres s ing 5 5. IP Addresses and S bnet Masks 5.2 Types o IP Addresses 5.3 H ow IP Addresses are Obtained

6 5 5 m m N o S m m W s l o m m B S F l m m 9 l h o o Y o N o m 9 H 9 m m.4 Address Manag em ent.5 Ch apter S ary. etw rk erv ices. Cl ient/ Servers and Th eir Interaction.2 Appl ication Protocol s and Services.3 Layered Model and Protocol s.4 Ch apter S ary. irel es Tech no gies. Wirel ess Tech nol og y.2 Wirel ess LANs.3 Sec rity Considerations on a Wirel ess LAN.4 Con ig ring an Integ rated AP and Wirel ess Cl ient.5 Ch apter S ary. as ic ecrity. Netw orking Th reats.2 Meth ods o Attack.3 Sec rity Pol icy.4 Using irew al s.5 Ch apter S ary. Tro b es ting r etw rk. Tro bl esh ooting Process.2 Tro bl esh ooting Iss es.3 Com on Iss es.4 Tro bl esh ooting and th e el p Desk.5 Ch apter S ary

7 W o S m l B s o I S P j h l h w l l h m l g h H l B I I U s m m 2 H p D k H m m P l N o U p 3 3 m 3 3 E q 3 m m P l s S m m rk ing at a al -to -M edim s ines r Th is co rse prepares st dents or obs as netw ork tech nicians. It al so el ps st dents devel op additional skil s req ired or com p ter tech nicians and el p desk tech nicians. It provides a basic overview o ro ting and rem ote access, addressing, and sec rity. It al so am il iariz es st dents ith servers th at provide e-m ail services, Web space, and a th enticated access. St dents al so earn abo t so t skil s req ired or el p desk and c stom er service positions. Netw ork onitoring and basic tro bl esh ooting skil s are ta t in contex t. Prereq isites: Netw orking or om e and Sm al sinesses. Th e nternet and ts es. Wh at is th e Internet?.2 Internet Service Providers.3 ISP Connectivity.4 Ch apter S ary. el es 2 2. el p Desk Tech nicians 2.2 OSI Model 2.3 ISP Tro bl esh ooting 2.4 Ch apter S ary 3. anning a etw rk grade. Com on Iss es.2 Pl anning th e Netw ork Upg rade.3 P rch asing and Maintaining ipm ent.4 Ch apter S ary 4. anning th e Addres ing trctre 4 4. IP Addressing in th e LAN 4.2 NAT and PAT 4.3 Ch apter S ary

8 5 C o N o D w m m R o E E x m m I S P S m m I S P R p o B m m I R o S w E w l w. n igring etw rk ev ices. Initial ISR Ro ter Con ig ration.2 Con ig ring an ISR ith SDM.3 Con ig ring a Ro ter Using IOS CLI.4 Initial Cisco 29 Sw itch Con ig ration.5 Connecting th e CPE to th e ISP. Ch apter S ary. ting. nabl ing Ro ting Protocol s.2 terior Ro ting Protocol s.3 Ch apter S ary. erv ices. Introd cing ISP Services.2 Protocol s Th at S pport ISP Services.3 Dom ain Nam e Service.4 Services and Protocol s.5 Ch apter S ary. es ns ib il ity. ISP Sec rity Considerations.2 Sec rity Tool s.3 Monitoring and Manag ing th e ISP.4 ack ps and Disaster Recovery.5 Ch apter S ary ntro dcing ting and itch ing in th e nterp ris e Th is co rse am il iariz es st dents ith th e eq ipm ent appl ications and protocol s instal ed in enterprise netw orks, ith a oc s on sw itch ed netw orks, IP Tel eph ony req irem ents, and sec rity. It al so introd ces advanced ro ting

9 E ( E F ( H l l m B P r e l i m i n a r y c h a p t e r o t l i n e : E E 3 E E 5 E F E protocol s s ch as nh anced Interior Gatew ay Ro ting Protocol IGRP) and Open Sh ortest Path irst OSPF ) Protocol. ands-on ex ercises incl de con ig ration, instal ation, and tro bl esh ooting. Prereq isites: Working at a Sm al -to-medi siness or ISP. Netw orking in th e nterprise 2. nterprise Netw ork In rastr ct re. Addressing in an nterprise Netw ork 4. Ro ting in an nterprise Netw ork. Im pl em enting WAN Links. Sw itch ing in an nterprise Netw ork. il tering Tra ic Using Access Control Lists. Tro bl esh ooting an nterprise Netw ork D S p o C o m p N o s g h w h g m E P r e l i m i n a r y c h a p t e r o t l i n e : 3 5 B E q l es igning and p rting ter etw rk Learners prog ress th ro a variety o case st dies and rol e-pl aying ex ercises, ich incl de ath ering req irem ents, desig ning basic netw orks, establ ish ing proo -o -concept, and per orm ing proj ect anag em ent tasks. Li ecycl e services; incl ding pg rades, com petitive anal ysis, and system integ ration, are presented in th e contex t o pre-sal e s pport. Prereq isites: Introd cing Ro ting and Sw itch ing in th e nterprise. Concepts o Netw ork Desig n 2. Gath ering In orm ation rom Cl ients. Im pact o Vario s Appl ications on Netw ork Desig n 4. IP Address Desig n Considerations. Creating a Netw ork Desig n. il ding and Testing a Prototype Netw ork. Sel ecting ipm ent and Pl anning or Instal ation

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