Networking Essentials

OEM Name: Cisco Systems, Inc.

Technologies: Networking

  • Beginner

    Course level
  • 45-60 Days

    Duration
  • ₹ 10000

    Course fee Excluding GST
  • Lump Sum

    Fee payment
  • Senior Secondary Passed

    Min. qualification
  • N/a

    Min. academic %
  • 18 yrs

    Min. age
  • Provided

    Placement assistance
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Description & features

This course teaches the fundamentals of networking. It covers how devices communicate on a network, network addressing and network services, how to build a home network and configure basic security, the basics of configuring Cisco devices, and testing and troubleshooting network problems. 
The course has many features to help students understand these concepts:
•    The course is comprised of 20 modules. Each module is comprised of topics.
•    Modules emphasize critical thinking, problem solving, collaboration, and the practical application of skills.
•    Each module contains practice and assessment activities such as a Check Your Understanding activity, a lab, or an activity using our network simulation tool, called Cisco® Packet Tracer. These topic-level activities provide feedback and are designed to indicate a learner’s mastery of the skills needed for the course. 
Learners can ensure their level of understanding well before taking a graded quiz or exam
•    The language used to describe these concepts is designed to be easily understood by learners at a high school level. 
•    Assessments and practice activities are focused on specific competencies to increase retention and provide flexibility in the learning path.
•    Multimedia learning tools, including videos, and quizzes, address a variety of learning styles and help stimulate learning and promote increased knowledge retention.
•    Labs and Cisco® Packet Tracer simulation-based learning activities help students develop critical thinking and complex problem-solving skills. 
•    Innovative assessments provide immediate feedback to support the evaluation of knowledge and acquired skills.
•    Technical concepts are explained using language that works well for learners at an introductory level, and embedded interactive activities break up reading of the content and reinforce understanding.
•    The curriculum encourages students to consider additional IT education, but also emphasizes applied skills and hands-on experience.
•    Cisco® Packet Tracer activities are designed for use with the latest version of Packet Tracer.

Key Features

•    Explain the concept of network communication.
•    Explain the basic requirements for getting online.
•    Create a simulated network using Cisco® Packet Tracer.
•    Build a simple home network.
•    Explain the importance of standards and protocols in network communications.
•    Explain how communication occurs on Ethernet networks. 
•    Create a fully connected LAN.
•    Explain the features of an IP address.
•    Explain the DHCP address assignment process.
•    Explain the principles of IPv4 and IPv6 address management. 
•    Explain how clients access internet services. 
•    Explain the function of common application layer services. 
•    Configure an integrated wireless router and wireless client to connect securely to the internet.
•    Connect wireless PC clients to a wireless router.
•    Explain how to use security best practices to mitigate attacks. 
•    Configure basic network security.
•    Explain how to create a console connection to a Cisco device.
•    Explain how to use the Cisco IOS.
•    Build a simple computer network using Cisco devices.

Curriculum

1. Understand basic networking principles and concepts (such as layered communications models, Internet Protocol, routing algorithms, and switching technologies).
2. Comprehend how to install and configure basic networking hardware, devices, and services, such as routers, firewalls, switches, and servers.
3. Identify, analyze, and troubleshoot network problems using appropriate tools and techniques.
4. Develop the knowledge and skills required to design, implement, administer, and maintain a computer network.
5. Learn best practices for Internet security such as encrypting data, configuring access control, setting firewall rules, and preventing malicious software.
6. Acquire in-depth comprehension of network management tools and techniques.
7. Examine network management technologies such as DNS and DHCP.
8. Understand and practice basic network monitoring, including capacity planning, monitoring performance, and troubleshooting.
9. Understand and practice various networking architectures and components, such as client/server architectures, web-based services, and cloud computing.
10. Develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills.

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