Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices, Part 1 - On Demand (ICND1 3.0)
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This course prepares you for the 100-105 ICND3 Exam leading to 100-105 ICND3 Certification. This course does not include the Official Exam Voucher, however, you can request to purchase the Official Exam Voucher separately.
About this course:
By undergoing the ICND1 training, the students will develop skills and knowledge that will help them understand QoS, network programmability related to WAN, cloud services and virtualization, along with core segments and access. This course offers information that provides in-depth understanding of 1-3 network layers which can be applied to core switching and routing in addition to other advanced technologies. Multiple topics have been introduced in the course, which includes; wireless controllers and access points, understanding of the network functions and interactions of firewalls, basic network security, and additional focus on IPv6. Practical exercises and other examples are used for introducing and explaining configuration commands. The virtual IOS environment has been used to develop a complete suite of practical exercises using flexible topologies which will reinforce the concepts with hands on, practical, guided discovery, as well as challenge labs aligned to each lesson’s module. By enrolling in this course, the student will be prepared for Cisco: ICND1 Exam.
On average, a Cisco Certified Network Administrator can earn up to $84,000/- per year.
By obtaining this ICND1 certification, candidates enrolled in this course will be able to;
- Explain the basics of IPv6
- Establish internet connectivity
- Explain the fundamentals of networks and develop simple LANs
- Manage the security of network devices
- Use WAN connectivity to expand small to medium sized networks
This course is intended for;
- Network Administrators
- Network Specialists
- Cisco Channel Partners and
- Network Support Engineers
Prior to enrolling in this course, candidates should have;
- Basic knowledge and understanding of computers, as well as basic skills for using the internet
- Basic knowledge and understanding of IP addresses
- Basic knowledge and understanding of navigating within the PC operating system.
|Subjects||IT Ops & Management|
|Learning Style||Self-Paced Learning|
|Course Duration||40 Hours|