Online CCNA Training Cost in USA

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CCNA Instructor-led Training Cost in USA

Course Details

  • Estimated Length: 30 Hours
  • Price: $1,100.00

To enroll, please call: +92-301-7640931

Introduction to Networks (ITN)

  • Module: Networking Today –
    Objective: Explain the advances in modern network technologies.
  • Module: Basic Switch and Device Configuration –
    Objective: Implement initial settings including passwords, IP addressing, and default gateway parameters on a network switch and end devices.
  • Module: Protocols and Models –
    Objective: Explain how network protocols enable devices to access local and remote network resources.
  • Module: Physical Layer –
    Objective: Explain how physical layer protocols, services, and network media support communications across data networks.
  • Module: Number Systems –
    Objective: Calculate numbers between decimal and binary systems.
  • Module: Data Link Layer –
    Objective: Explain how media access control in the data link layer supports communication across networks.
  • Module: Ethernet Switching –
    Objective: Explain how Ethernet operates in a switched network.
  • Module: Network Layer –
    Objective: Explain how routers use network layer protocols and services to enable end-to-end connectivity.
  • Module: Address Resolution –
    Objective: Explain how ARP and ND enable communication on a local area network.
  • Module: Basic Router Configuration –
    Objective: Implement initial settings on a router and end devices.
  • Module: IPv4 Addressing –
    Objective: Calculate an IPv4 subnetting scheme to efficiently segment your network.
  • Module: IPv6 Addressing –
    Objective: Implement an IPv6 addressing scheme.
  • Module: ICMP –
    Objective: Use various tools to test network connectivity.
  • Module: Transport Layer –
    Objective: Compare the operations of transport layer protocols in supporting end-to-end communication.
  • Module: Application Layer –
    Objective: Explain the operation of application layer protocols in providing support to end-user applications.
  • Module: Network Security Fundamentals –
    Objective: Configure switches and routers with device hardening features to enhance security.
  • Module: Build a Small Network –
    Objective: Implement a network design for a small network to include a router, a switch, and end devices.

Switching, Routing, and Wireless Essentials (SRWE)

  • Module: Basic Device Configuration –
    Objective: Configure devices by using security best practices.
  • Module: Switching Concepts –
    Objective: Explain how Layer 2 switches forward data.
  • Module: VLANs Implement –
    Objective: VLANs and trunking in a switched network.
  • Module: Inter-VLAN Routing –
    Objective: Troubleshoot inter-VLAN routing on Layer 3 devices.
  • Module: STP –
    Objective: Explain how STP enables redundancy in a Layer 2 network.
  • Module: EtherChannel –
    Objective: Troubleshoot EtherChannel on switched links.
  • Module: DHCPv4 –
    Objective: Implement DHCPv4 to operate across multiple LANs.
  • Module: SLAAC and DHCPv6 Concepts –
    Objective: Explain the operation of dynamic address allocation in IPv6 networks.
  • Module: FHRP Concepts –
    Objective: Explain how FHRPs provide default gateway services in a redundant network.
  • Module: LAN Security Concepts –
    Objective: Explain how vulnerabilities compromise LAN security.
  • Module: Switch Security Configuration –
    Objective: Configure switch security to mitigate LAN attacks.
  • Module: WLAN Concepts –
    Objective: Explain how WLANs enable network connectivity.
  • Module: WLAN Configuration –
    Objective: Implement a WLAN using a wireless router and WLC.
  • Module: Routing Concepts –
    Objective: Explain how routers use information in packets to make forwarding decisions.
  • Module: IP Static Routing –
    Objective: Configure IPv4 and IPv6 floating static routes.
  • Module: Troubleshoot Static and Default Routes –
    Objective: Explain how to troubleshoot static and default route configurations.

Ent. Networking, Security, & Automation (ENSA)

  • Module: Single-Area OSPFv2 Concepts –
    Objective: Explain how single-area OSPF operates in both point-to-point and broadcast multiaccess networks.
  • Module: Single-Area OSPFv2 Configuration –
    Objective: Implement single-area OSPFv2 in both point-to-point and broadcast multiaccess networks.
  • Module: Network Security Concepts –
    Objective: Explain how vulnerabilities, threats, and exploits can be mitigated to enhance network security.
  • Module: ACL Concepts –
    Objective: Explain how ACLs are used as part of a network security policy.
  • Module: ACLs for IPv4 Configuration –
    Objective: Implement IPv4 ACLs to filter traffic and secure administrative access.
  • Module: NAT for IPv4 –
    Objective: Implement NAT services on the edge router to provide IPv4 address scalability.
  • Module: WAN Concepts –
    Objective: Explain how WAN access technologies can be used to satisfy business requirements.
  • Module: VPN and IPsec Concepts –
    Objective: Explain how VPNs and IPsec are used to secure site-to-site and remote access connectivity.
  • Module: QoS Concepts –
    Objective: Explain how networking devices implement QoS.
  • Module: Network Management –
    Objective: Implement network management protocols to monitor the network.
  • Module: Network Design –
    Objective: Explain the characteristics of scalable network architectures.
  • Module: Network Troubleshooting –
    Objective: Troubleshoot enterprise networks.
  • Module: Network Virtualization –
    Objective: Explain the purpose and characteristics of network virtualization.
  • Module: Network Automation –
    Objective: Explain how network automation is enabled through RESTful APIs and configuration management tools.

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