ICND-I COURSE OUTLINE ACCORDING TO EXAM PREPRATION


Introduction to Networking and the Networking Models

• What is A Network?

• The OSI Model

The Application Layer

The Presentation Layer

The Session Layer

The Transport Layer

The Network Layer

The Data Link Layer

The Physical Layer

• The Data Transmission Process

• The TCP/IP Model

• TCP And UDP

• TCP/UDP Headers

• Port Numbers

• Sockets

Ethernet Standards and Cable Types

• Operation of CSMA/CD

• Ethernet Types and Standards

• Pins and Transmissions

• Crosstalk

• Cable Types

• Ethernet Addressing

• WAN Cabling

Switching

• Repeaters, Hubs and Bridges

• Switches

• Hubs &  Switches

• Micro segmentation

• “Flood, Filter or Forward?”

• Building the MAC Table

• Frame Processing Methods

• Basic IP Connectivity

• Virtual LANs Connectivity

• Moving Hosts into VLANs

• Cisco Three-Layer Switching Model

• Introduction to STP

• Basic Switch Security

• Port Security Defaults, Options and Configurations

Common Router and Switch Commands

• Default Router Configuration

• Physical Connections and Passwords

• Telnet

• User, Enable and Privilege Modes

• Enable Password & Enable Secret

• “privilege level 15”

• Secure Shell (SSH)

• Physical Side of Cisco Switches

• Assigning an IP Address and Default Gateway to the Switch

• Speed, Duplex, and “Interface Range”

• Banners

• “logging synch”, and “exec-timeout”

• Keystroke Shortcuts

• Manipulating History

IP Addressing and the Routing Process

• IP Addressing

• Binary Conversions

• IP Address Classes

• Private IP Address Ranges

• Intro to the Routing Process

ARP, DNS and DHCP

• One Destination, Two Destination Addresses

• DNS

• The ARP Process

• Routers, Broadcasts, and Proxy ARP

• The DHCP Process

• Configuring DHCP on a Cisco Router with SDM

Memory Components and Config Files

• ROM, RAM, NVRAM, and Flash

• The Boot Process

• Setup Mode

• Startup and Running Configuration Files

• The COPY Command

• IOS Upgrading

• The Configuration Register

Wireless Networks (WLANs)

• Wireless Network Types

• Standards and Ranges

• Spread Spectrum

• Antenna Types

• CA & CD

• Service Set Identifier (SSID)

• MAC Address Authentication

• WEP, WPA, and WPA2

• Wireless Networking Review

Binary Math and Subnetting

•Binary Language

• Decimal to Binary

• Binary to Decimal

• Subnetting Basics

• Calculating Number of Valid Subnets

• Prefix Notification

• Calculating Number of Valid Hosts

• Calculating the Subnet Number of a Given IP Address

• Calculating Number of Valid IP Addresses in a Given Subnet

• Meeting Stated Design Requirements

Static Routing and RIP

• Static Routing (Theory and Labs)

• Static Route

• Default Static Route

• Scalability with Static Routes

• RIP Routing (Theory and Labs)

• Basic Commands

Wide Area Networks (WANs)

• Physical Side of WANs

• Directly Connecting Cisco Routers Via Serial Interfaces

• HDLC and PPP

• Frame Relay

• RFC 1918 Addresses, NAT and PAT

• ATM

• Modems and DSL Variations

Troubleshooting

• Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)

• “show int” Command

• L1 Troubleshooting

• L2 Troubleshooting

• LAN Troubleshooting

• PC Troubleshooting

• WAN Troubleshooting

• Telnet and SSH Review and Maintenance Commands

• Extended Ping and Traceroute

• Administrative Distance

Introduction to Network Security

• Firewalls and Proxy Servers

• Intro to PIX, ASA, IDS, and IPS

• Viruses, Worms, and Trojan Horses

• Preventing Virus Attacks

• Choosing and Configuring and Antivirus Program

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