1 Course Syllabus COURSE IDENTIFICATION Course Prefix/Number: ETEC 206 Course Title: CISCO Networking IV Division: Applied Science Division Program: Computer Information Systems Credit Hours: 3 Initiation/Revised Date: Fall 2004 Assessment Goal per Outcome(s) 70% CLASSIFICATION OF INSTRUCTION Vocational COURSE DESCRIPTION This is the fourth of four semester courses designed to provide students the skills they will need to design, build, and maintain small to medium size networks. This provides them with the opportunity to enter the workforce and/or further their education and training in the computer networking field. Courses must be taken in sequence. PREREQUISITES AND/OR COREQUISITES CISCO Networking I, II and III. A++ certification, Microsoft Office skills; introductory programming or multimedia courses; and/or introductory electronics courses are helpful, but not required. TEXTS *The official list of textbooks and materials for this course are found on Inside NC. Multimedia Text from Cisco Networking Academy COURSE OUTCOMES Upon completion of CISCO Networking IV students will be able to perform tasks related to the following and to competently:
2 1. Explain LAN switching. 2. Define virtual LANs. 3. Explain LAN design. 4. Identify routing protocols. 5. Explain access control lists. 6. Define IPX routing. 7. Explain WAN technology. 8. Describe WAN devices. 9. Describe how WANs relate to the OSI Model. 10. Explain WAN encapsulation formats. 11. Identify WAN link options. 12. Describe WAN communication. 13. Identify the first steps in WAN design. 14. Demonstrate how to identify and select networking capabilities. 15. Define PPP. 16. Explain PPP session establishment. 17. List PPP authentications. 18. Explain ISDN. 19. Describe how ISDN relates to the OSI Model. 20. List ISDN uses. 21. Explain ISDN services: BRI and PRI. 22. Perform ISDN configuration tasks. 23. Explain dial on demand routing. 24. Analyze frame relay technology. 25. Describe LMI: Cisco s implementation of frame relay. 26. Describe LMI features. 27. Explain frame relay subinterfaces. 28. Identify the configuration of basic frame relay. 29. Describe the administrative side of network management. 30. Explain monitoring the network. 31. Describe troubleshooting networks. 32. Interpret network knowledge. 33. Describe the physical layer. 34. Describe implementing installation of the network. 35. Explain maintaining and supporting the network. 36. Describe troubleshooting the network. 37. Explain OSI Model. 38. Explain creating subnets. 39. Describe router commands. 40. Complete skills based sample scenario- lab test. COURSE COMPETENCIES 1. Explain LAN switching. a. Describe congestion and bandwidth.
3 b. Indicate why segment LANs. c. Explain segmentation with LAN switches. d. Describe LAN switching overview. e. Explain how a LAN switch learns addresses. f. Identify symmetric switching. g. Identify asymmetric switching. h. Describe two switching methods. 2. Define virtual LANs. a. Describe introduction to VLANs. b. Describe frame filtering. c. Describe frame tagging. d. Indicate VLANs establish broadcast domains. e. Describe port-centric virtual LANs. f. Explain static VLANs. g. Explain dynamic VLANs. 3. Explain LAN design. a. Identify LAN design goals. b. Determine design methodology. c. Identify what problem you are trying to solve. d. Examine developing a LAN topology. e. Explain developing layer 1 LAN topology. f. Determine extended star topology. g. Explain developing layer 2 LAN topology. h. Explain layer 2 switching. i. Explain layer 3 router for segmentation. j. Determine server placement. 4. Identify routing protocols. a. Indicate dynamic routing operations. b. Explain representing distance with metrics. c. List classes of routing protocols. d. Analyze one issue: time to convergence. e. Explain distance vector concept. f. Distinguish interior or exterior routing protocols. g. Name interior IP routing protocols. h. Describe IGRP overview. i. Describe IGRP configuration. j. Interpret IGRP configuration example. 5. Explain access control lists. a. Define access lists. b. Describe how access lists work. c. Distinguish list of tests: deny or permit. d. Describe how to identify access lists. e. Describe how to use wildcard mask bits. f. Indicate how to use the wildcard any. g. Explain how to use the wildcard host. h. Identify where to place IP access lists.
4 6. Define IPX routing. a. Explain Cisco routers in NetWare networks. b. Explain Novell NetWare protocol suite. c. Explain Novell IPX addressing. d. Define Cisco encapsulation names. e. Explain Novell uses RIP for routing. f. Describe GNS get nearest server protocol. g. Interpret Novell IPX configuring tasks. h. Describe verifying IPX operation. 7. Explain WAN technology. a. Describe WAN services. b. Define CPE, demarc last-mile, CO switch, and toll network. c. Analyze WAN virtual circuits. d. Define WAN line types. 8. Describe WAN devices. a. Identify fundamental WAN devices. b. Explain routers and switches on a WAN. c. Define modems on a WAN. d. Define CSU/DSUs on a WAN. e. Explain ISDN terminal adapters on a WAN. 9. Describe how WANs relate to the OSI Model. a. List organizations that deal with WAN standards. b. Describe WAN physical layer standards. c. Name, and briefly describe, six WAN data link encapsulations. 10. Explain WAN encapsulation formats. a. Explain serial line frame fields. b. Explain PPP c. Explain HDLC. 11. Identify WAN link options. a. Define two basic WAN link options. b. Describe dedicated lines. c. Describe leased lines. d. Define packet-switched connections. e. Define frame relay. f. Define circuit-switched connections. g. Explain DDR. h. Define ISDN. 12. Describe WAN communication. a. List WAN design requirements. b. Discuss LAN/WAN integration issues. 13. Identify the first steps in WAN design. a. State WAN design goals. b. List the gathering requirements phase of WAN design. c. Analyzing requirements. d. Describe WAN sensitivity testing. 14. Demonstrate how to identify and select networking capabilities.
5 a. State the use of the OSI model in WAN design. b. Explain a hierarchical WAN design model. c. Identify three hierarchical WAN design layers. d. Describe the three-layer design model components. e. Describe core layer functions. f. Describe distribution layer functions. g. Describe access layer functions. h. Identify one-layer network designs. i. Identify two-layer network designs. j. Distinguish the benefits of hierarchical WAN designs. k. Explain placement in WANs. l. Analyze alternatives to dedicated WAN links. 15. Define PPP. a. Interpret the need for PPP. b. List PPP components. c. Describe PPP layer functions. d. List the six fields of a PPP frame. 16. Explain PPP session establishment. a. Define the four phases through which PPP establishes a point-to-point connection. b. Describe phase 1: link establishment and configuration negotiation. c. Describe phase 2: link-quality determination. d. Describe phase 3: network-layer protocol configuration negotiation. e. Describe phase 4: link termination. 17. List PPP authentications. a. Identify PAP. b. Identify CHAP. c. Complete writing the IOS command steps to configure PPP authentication. d. Complete writing the IOS commands to configure CHAP authentication. 18. Explain ISDN. a. Define ISDN. b. Describe basic ISDN components. c. Identify ISDN reference points. d. Name ISDN switches and SPIDs. e. Differentiate between E, I, and Q, ISDN protocols. 19. Describe how ISDN relates to the OSI Model. a. Define ITU-T standards of the first three layers of ISDN. b. Define ISDN physical layer. c. Explain ISDN data link layer. d. Explain ISDN network layer. e. Explain ISDN encapsulation. 20. List ISDN uses. a. Identify three uses for ISDN. b. Describe ISDN remote nodes. c. Identify ISDN SOHO connectivity. 21. Explain ISDN services: BRI and PRI. a. Describe ISND BRI and ISDN PRI.
6 b. Describe how BRI connectivity is established. 22. Perform ISDN configuration tasks. a. Complete ISDN global and interface parameter configuration tasks. b. Write the IOS commands to configure ISDN BRI. c. Write the IOS commands to define an ISDN switch type. d. Write the IOS commands to pertaining the SPIDs. e. Write the IOS commands for a complete ISDN BRI configuration. f. Describe how to confirm BRI operations. 23. Explain dial on demand routing. a. Identify DDR considerations. b. Write IOS commands pertaining to verifying DDR operation. c. Write IOS commands pertaining to troubleshooting DDR operation. 24. Analyze frame relay technology. a. Give an overview of frame relay technology. b. Identify access rate, DLCI, LMI, CIR, committed burst, excess burst, FECN, BECN, and DE. 25. Describe LMI: Cisco s implementation of frame relay. a. Describe LMI operation. b. Define of the LMI frame format. 26. Describe LMI features. a. Define global addressing. b. Describe multicasting and inverse ARP. c. Define frame relay mapping. d. Describe frame relay switching tables. 27. Explain frame relay subinterfaces. a. Define frame relay subinterfaces. b. Identify split horizon routing environments. c. Discuss the resolution of point-to-point and multipoint reach ability issues. 28. Identify the configuration of basic frame relay. a. Write the IOS command sequence to completely configure frame relay. b. List the commands for verifying frame relay operation. c. List the steps you must use to confirm that the frame relay line is up. d. List the steps you must use to confirm frame relay maps. e. List the steps you must use to confirm connectivity to the central site router. f. List the steps you must use to configure the serial interface for a frame relay connection. g. List the steps you must use to verify a frame relay subinterfaces. h. List the steps you muse use to configure frame relay subinterfaces. i. Identify optional frame relay commands. 29. Describe the administrative side of network management. a. Describe what a network looks like. b. Explain understanding and establishing the boundaries of the network. c. Examine the costs of a network. d. Explain error report documentation. 30. Explain monitoring the network. a. Identify why it is necessary to monitor a network.
7 b. Explain connection monitoring. c. List simple network management protocol. d. Explain remote monitoring (RMON). 31. Describe troubleshooting networks. a. Define problem solving. b. Describe troubleshooting methods. c. List software tools. 32. Interpret network knowledge. a. Define star, bus, mesh, and ring topologies. b. Describe segments and backbones. c. Explain the major network, operating systems (NOS0: Microsoft Windows NT, Novell NetWare, and Unix. d. Identify the clients that best serve specific network operating systems and their resources. e. Explain the directory services of the major network operating systems. f. Define IP, IPX, and NetBEUI and associate them with their functions Internet protocol (IP). g. Describe mirroring, duplexing, striping, volumes, tape backup. h. Describe the OSI model and the protocols, services, functions that pertain to each layer. i. Explain Cat 3, Cat 5, fiber optic, UTP, and STP. j. Explain 10Base2, 10Base 5, 10Base-T, 100Base-TX, 100BaseVG-AnyLAN. k. Explain full and half-duplexing, WAN and LAN; server, workstation, and host; server-based networking and peer-to-peer networking; cable, NIC, and router; broadband and baseband; Gateway (as both a default IP router and as a method to connect dissimilar systems or protocols). 33. Describe the physical layer. a. Interpret troubleshooting the physical layer when you have network problems after installing or replacing a NIC. b. Define hubs, MAUs, switching hubs (switches), repeaters, transceivers. 34. Describe implementing installation of the network. a. Explain administrative and test accounts, passwords, IP addresses, IP configurations, relevant SOPs, etc must be obtained prior to the network implementation. b. Identify the impact of environmental factors on computer networks. c. Describe common peripheral ports, external SCSI connections (esp. DB-25), print servers, hubs, routers, bridges, patch panels, UPSs, NICs, and token ring media filters. d. Determine the consequences of trying to install an analog modem into a digital jack. e. Explain the uses of RJ-45 connectors may differ greatly depending on the cabling. f. Explain how patch cables contribute to the overall length of the cabling segment. 35. Explain maintaining and supporting the network. a. Identify the kinds of test documentation that are usually available regarding a vendors patches, fixes, upgrades, etc. b. Demonstrate awareness of standard backup procedures and backup media storage practices.
8 c. Explain the need for periodic application of software patches and other fixes to the network. d. Explain the need to install anti-virus software on the server and workstation. e. Explain the need to frequently update virus signatures. 36. Describe troubleshooting the network. a. Explain troubleshooting approach. b. Distinguish whether a problem is attributable to the operator or the system. c. Describe a second method for determining whether a problem is attributable to the operator or the system. d. Explain the need to check the following as physical and logical indicators of trouble: link lights, power lights, error displays, error logs and displays, and performance monitors. e. Given a network problem scenario, determine the problem. f. Define the purpose and function of common network tools including: a crossover cable, hardware loopback, tone generator, tone locator (fox and hound). 37. Explain OSI Model. a. Describe layer functions. b. Explain application layer. c. Explain presentation layer. d. Define session layer. e. Describe transport layer. f. Define network layer. g. Explain data link layer. h. Describe physical layer. i. Identify data encapsulation. 38. Explain creating subnets. a. Explain how to create a subnet. b. Describe subnet planning. c. Complete sample problems. 39. Describe router commands. a. Describe basic router configurations. b. Describe testing and other basic commands. c. Explain configuring IPX routing. d. Interpret configuring standard and extended IP access lists. e. Describe PPP encapsulation with PAP and CHAP. f. Define ISDN. g. Identify frame relay: simple configuration. h. Identify frame relay: multipoint subinterfaces configuration. i. Identify frame relay: point-to-point subinterfaces configuration. j. Explain monitoring frame relay. k. Perform booting up the router. 40. Complete skills based sample scenario- lab test. a. Practice skills based sample scenario- lab test.
9 COURSE OUTLINE Unit I Unit II Unit III Unit IV Unit V Unit VI Unit VII Unit VIII Unit IX Objectives #1 6: LANs, routing protocols, IPX, switching, design Objectives #7 11: WAN, devices, OSI Model, encapsulation, link options Objectives #12 14: WAN, communication, design, capabilities Objectives #15 17: PPP, establishment, authentications Objectives #18 23: ISDN, uses, services, BRI, PRI, configuration, demand routing Objectives #24 28: Frame relay, LMI, features, subinterfaces, configuration Objectives #29 31: Administration, monitoring, troubleshooting Objectives #32 36: Network, physical layer, installation, maintaining, troubleshooting Objectives #37 40: OSI Model, subnets, router commands, skills based test INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS Lecture, discussions, demonstrations, assigned readings, and computerized applications STUDENT REQUIREMENTS AND METHOD OF EVALUATION To successfully complete the course students must master basic content, lab skills, documentation skills, people skills, and achieve awareness and access. Grading % Comments Skill Exams *P/F Mastery of skills: Configuring switches and routers; configuring IGRP, Access Lists, & IPX on routers. Homework 10% Practice problems and designs Journal 10% Document all laboratory and project work completely Oral Exams 20% Oral exam where students explain how the Threaded Case Study Learning objectives are met by their individual designs. Exams 20% Computerized exams Final Exam 30% Comprehensive written, oral, and lab practical exam Portfolio 10% Deliverables for Threaded Case Study (TCS). *Pass/Fail GRADING SCALE A= % B= 80-89% C= 70-79% D= 60-69% F <60% ASSESSMENT OF STUDENT GAIN
10 Assessment of the student s gain will be measured by comparing the students knowledge base at the beginning and end of the semester. This will be done by giving each student an objective pre-test covering the course contents at the beginning of the semester and administering the same instrument as a post-test at the conclusion of the course. A comparison will then be made. Attendance Policy Absences that occur due to students participating in official college activities are excused except in those cases where outside bodies, such as the State Board of Nursing, have requirements for minimum class minutes for each student. Students who are excused will be given reasonable opportunity to make up any missed work or receive substitute assignments from the instructor and should not be penalized for the absence. Proper procedure should be followed in notifying faculty in advance of the student s planned participation in the event. Ultimately it is the student s responsibility to notify the instructor in advance of the planned absence. Unless students are participating in a school activity or are excused by the instructor, they are expected to attend class. If a student s absences exceed one-hundred (100) minutes per credit hour for the course or, in the case of on-line or other non-traditional courses, the student is inactive for one-eighth of the total course duration, the instructor has the right, but is not required, to withdraw a student from the course. Once the student has been dropped for excessive absences, the registrar s office will send a letter to the student, stating that he or she has been dropped. A student may petition the chief academic officer for reinstatement by submitting a letter stating valid reasons for the absences within one week of the registrar s notification. If the student is reinstated into the class, the instructor and the registrar will be notified. Academic Integrity NCCC expects every student to demonstrate ethical behavior with regard to academic pursuits. Academic integrity in coursework is a specific requirement. Definitions, examples, and possible consequences for violations of Academic Integrity, as well as the appeals process, can be found in the College Catalog, Student Handbook, and/or Code of Student Conduct and Discipline. Cell Phone Policy Student cell phones and pagers must be turned off during class times. Faculty may approve an exception for special circumstances. ADVISORY COUNCIL INVOLVEMENT The Industrial Engineering Technology program maintains a Board of Reference for this vocational component. The coordinator communicates with the Board on a regular basis concerning issues or problems that occur and meets with the group one or two times each year.
11 VOCATIONAL/CAREER COURSE DOCUMENTATION This course is one course from the approved program in vocational Industrial Engineering Technology education. It is taken by students in transfer programs, students preparing for electronics, computer networking, or technical positions, as well as other student and business owners. NOTE Information and statements in this document are subject to change at the discretion of NCCC. Changes will be published in writing and made available to students. NOTE: If you are a student with a disability who may need accommodation(s) under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), please notify the Dean of Student Development, Chanute Campus, Student Union, , Ext. 213., or the Dean, Ottawa Campus, ext 312, as soon as possible. You will need to bring your documentation for review in order to determine reasonable accommodations, and then we can assist you in arranging any necessary accommodations.
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