CISCO (Networking)

Cisco Certified Network Associate

Course Overview

CCNP Routing and Switching builds on the CCNA curriculum with in-depth study of advanced routing and switching for converged voice, video, and data enterprise networks.
The CCNP Routing and Switching curriculum consists of ROUTE, SWITCH, and TSHOOT. CCNP Routing and Switching builds the knowledge and practical experience to design and support complex enterprise networks in a real-world environment. Designed for college and university students or experienced IT professionals who want to advance their careers.


First Phase

  • Introduction to Enterprise Campus Network Design
  • Implementing VLANs in Campus Network
  • Implementing Inter-VLAN Routing

Second Phase

  • Switching Architecture
  • Implementing High Availability and Redundancy in a Campus Network (STP, RSTP, First Hop Redundancy)
  • Securing the Campus Infrastructure

Third Phase

  • Planning for Wireless Voice and Video Applications in Campus Network

CISCO (Networking)

2 Months


Course Outline

  • 1


    • Computer Networking Fundamentals
    • OSI Reference Model (7 Layered Model)
    • Networking Devices (Hub, Switch, Router)
    • Case Study
    • Addressing Schemes
  • 2

    Introduction to Cisco IOS

    • Basic configuration of Cisco IOS
    • Configuring interfaces and link operations
    • Cisco Discovery Protocols (CDP)
    • Cisco IOS Boot up sequence
    • IOS Backup with TFTP Server
  • 3

    Layer II Switching

    • Spanning Tree Protocol
    • Virtual LANs
  • 4

    IP Routing Layer III

    • Introduction to IP Routing – Routed Vs Routing Protocol
    • Static Routing: Configuring static and default routes
    • Dynamic Routing: Routing Protocols (RIP / IGRP / EIGRP / OSPF)
    • Distance Vector Vs Link state Routing Protocols
    • Access Control List (Standard - Extended)
  • 5


    • Introduction to IPv6
    • Network Address Translation – Port Address Translation
    • WAN Technologies: Frame Relay
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