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CCNA Routing & Switching 200-120


Welcome to the amazing world of computer networking as you prepare for your Cisco CCNA Routing & Switching 200-120 exam. This chapter will help you get your feet wet by explaining what a network is, the different types of networks, and different devices used in them.

Once you know the basics of networking, this chapter will help you understand both the OSI reference model and the TCP/IP model. Both of these models are very important for you to understand from not only from the CCNA exam perspective, but also for the rest of your networking career. Most of this chapter is dedicated to these two reference models.

This chapter also covers Network Applications, Ethernet Technologies and ends with a discussion on the Cisco Three Layer Model which was created by Cisco to help design, implement, and troubleshoot networks.

Chapter 1 – Understanding Networks and their Building Blocks

1-1 Introduction to Networks
1-2 Networking Types
1-3 OSI Reference Model
1-4 TCP/IP Model
1-5 Ethernet Technologies and Cabling
1-6 Cisco 3 Layer Model

Chapter 2 – IP Addressing and Subnets

2-1 IP Addresses – Composition, Types and Classes
2-2 Private and Public IP addresses
2-3 Subnetting
2-4 Variable Length Subnet Masks (VLSM)
2-5 Route Summarization
2-6 Troubleshooting IP Addressing

Chapter 3 Introduction to Cisco Routers, Switches and IOS

3-1 Introduction to Cisco Routers, Switches, IOS & the Boot Process
3-2 Using the Command-Line Interface (CLI)
3-3 Basic Configuration of Router and Switches
3-4 Configuring Router Interfaces
3-5 Gathering Information and Verifying Configuration
3-6 Configuring DNS & DHCP
3-7 Saving, Erasing, Restoring and Backing up Configuration & IOS File
3-8 Password Recovery on a Cisco Router
3-9 Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)
3-10 Using Telnet on IOS
3-11 CCNA Lab #1

Chapter 4 Introduction to IP Routing

4-1 Understanding IP Routing
4-2 Static, Default and Dynamic Routing
4-3 Administrative Distance and Routing Metrics
4-4 Classes of Routing Protocols
4-5 Routing Loops
4-6 Route Redistribution
4-7 Static and Default Route Lab

Chapter 5 Routing Protocols

5-1 RIPv1 & RIPv2
5-2 Configuring RIPv1 & RIPv2
5-3 Verifying and Troubleshooting RIP
5-4 Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP)
5-5 Configuring EIGRP
5-6 Verifying and Troubleshooting EIGRP
5-7 Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)
5-8 Configuring OSPF
5-9 Verifying and Troubleshooting OSPF
5-10 EIGRP and OSPF Summary & Redistribution Routes
5-11 Lab 5-1: RIP
5-12 Lab 5-2: EIGRP
5-13 Lab 5-3: OSPF

Chapter 6 Switching and Spanning Tree Protocol

6-1 Understanding Switching and Switches
6-2 Initial Configuration of a Catalyst Switch
6-3 Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
6-4 Cisco’s additions to STP (Portfast, BPDUGuard, BPDUFilter, UplinkFast, BackboneFast)
6-5 Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP) – 802.1w
6-6 Per-VLAN Spanning Tree Plus (PVST+) and Per-VLAN RSTP (Rapid-PVST)
6-7 EtherChannel
6-8 Lab 6-1 – Port Security
6-9 Lab 6-2 – STP

Chapter 7 VLANs and VTP

7-1 MAC Address Table
7-2 Virtual LANs (VLANs)
7-3 Types of Switch Ports
7-4 VLAN Trunking: ISL and 802.1Q
7-5 VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP)
7-6 Inter-VLAN Routing
7-7 VLAN Configuration
7-8 Inter-VLAN Routing Configuration
7-9 VTP Troubleshooting
7-10 Voice VLAN Configuration

Chapter 8 – Network Security

8-1 Network Security
8-2 Cisco Firewalls
8-3 Layer 2 Security
8-4 AAA Security Services
8-5 Secure Device Management
8-6 Secure Communications

Chapter 9 – Access Lists

9-1 Introduction to Access Lists
9-2 Standard Access Lists
9-3 Extended Access Lists
9-4 Access Lists -Remote Access, Switch Port, Modifying & Helpful Hints
9-5 Cisco Configuration Professional Initial Setup and Access List Lab

Chapter 10 – Network Address Translation (NAT)

10-1 Introduction to NAT
10-2 Static NAT Configuration & Verification
10-3 Dynamic NAT Configuration
10-4 NAT Overloading aka Port Address Translation (PAT)
10-5 NAT Troubleshooting
10-6 NAT Configuration with Cisco Configuration Professional

Chapter 11 – Wide Area Networks

11-1 Introduction to Wide-Area Networks
11-2 Point-to-Point WANs: Layer 1
11-3 Point-to-Point WANs: Layer 2
11-4 PPP Concepts
11-5 PPP Configuration
11-6 Troubleshooting Serial Links
11-7 Frame Relay
11-8 LMI and Encapsulation Types
11-9 Frame Relay Congestion Control
11-10 Frame Relay Encapsulation
11-11 Frame Relay Addressing
11-12 Frame-Relay Topology Approaches
11-13 Frame Relay Configuration
11-14 Other WAN Technologies

Chapter 12 – Virtual Private Networks

12-1 VPN Concepts
12-2 Types of VPN
12-3 Encryption
12-4 IPsec VPNs
12-5 SSL VPNs & Tunneling Protocols
12-6 GRE Tunnels

Chapter 13 – IPv6

13-1 IPv6 Introduction
13-2 IPv6 Address Configuration
13-3 OSPF Version 3
13-4 EIGRP for IPv6

Chapter 14 – IP Services

14-1 High Availability – VRRP, HSRP, GLBP
14-2 Cisco IOS NetFlow

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