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Course Summary

Welcome to the Complete Network Fundamentals Course! In this course, you will learn the technologies that keep the world as you know it today connected and running. We cover both the fundamentals of networking as well as the topics in the new Cisco CCNA 200-301 exam.

Networks are all around us and you are using one right now to access this course.

This course, Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 2 (ICND2) v3 CCNA, will provide you with an understanding of Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices. You will learn to implement scalable medium-sized networks. You will be able to explain the process of troubleshooting VLAN connectivity, build redundant switched topologies, and understand layer 3 redundancy. You will also learn about troubleshooting IPv4 and IPv6 network connectivity and troubleshooting an ACL.

This course then explains the process of implementing an EIGRP-based solution. You will learn about implementing and troubleshooting EIGRP as well as implementing EIGRP for IPv6. You will also learn about implementing a scalable, multi-area network, OSPF-baed solution. You will get an overview of OSPF, multiarea OSPF implementation, troubleshooting multiarea OSPF, and examine OSPFv3.


Minimum requirement

  • There are no specific prerequisites as the course covers all the topics in detail.
  • Basic understanding of computers (connect to the Internet).
  • Network tools that you will get the list upon registration
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What you will learn in this course and more.

Network components like routers, switches, and access points; network topology architectures; physical interfaces and cabling types; IPv4 and IPv6 configuration; IP parameters; wireless, virtualization, and switching fundamentals.

Configuring and verifying VLANs, Interswitch connectivity, Layer 2 discovery protocols, and EtherChannel; Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol operations; Cisco wireless architectures, AP modes, physical WLAN components, AP and WLC management access connections, and wireless LAN access.

Routing tables; router decision-making; configuring and verifying IPv4 and IPv6 static routing and single area OSPFv2; first hop redundancy protocol.

Configuring and verifying NAT and NTP; describing DHCP, DNS, SNMP, and syslog features; per-hop behavior; using SSH; describing TFTP/FTP.

Security concepts like threats and mitigation, physical access control; password policies; access control lists; Layer 2 security features; wireless security protocols.

Comparing traditional networks with controller-based networks; automation concepts; interpreting JSON data.

Students must have basic knowledge in the following areas before they can be enrolled in this program. Students who don't have knowledge in these areas will have to pay the prerequisite fee (Check fees on the right) so that they can use one month and be orientated

  • Having preliminary knowledge in computer awareness and the functioning of its componenets is an advantage
  • Most importantly is Hardware knowledge
Career prospects for CISCO (CCNA)

IT support specialist, network specialist, network administrator, network engineer, senior network engineer etc.

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Course Structure

  • Duaration : 3 - 6 Months
  • Time-Table : Flexible
  • Prerequisite : Required
  • Quizz : Yes
  • Teaching Method : Interactive

Fees Structure

  • Currency FCFA
  • Prerequisite : 100,000
  • Nationals : 355,000
  • International Students 455,000
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