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Certifications

  • 2012-06-21
  • 2006-04-30
    • CCNA 2 -- Router and Routing Basics
    • Cisco Networking Academy
    • Principal subjects: Identify the important characteristics of common WAN configurations and technologies, differentiate between these and common LAN technologies, and describe the role of a router in a WAN. Identify the major internal and external components of a router and describe the associated functionality. Properly connect router Fast Ethernet, Serial WAN, and console ports. Describe the purpose and fundamental operation of the router operating system (IOS®). Establish communication between a terminal device and the router operating system (IOS) and use it for system analysis, configuration, and repairs. Perform, save, and test an initial configuration on a router. Configure additional administrative functionality on a router. Use embedded data-link layer functionality to perform network neighbor discovery and analysis from the router console. Use embedded Layer 3 through Layer 7 protocols to establish, test, suspend, or disconnect connectivity to remote devices from the router console. Identify the stages of the router boot-up sequence and show how the configuration-register and boot system commands modify that sequence. Manage system image and device configuration files. Identify, configure, and verify the use of static and default routes. Evaluate the characteristics of routing protocols. Identify, analyze, and show how to rectify inherent problems associated with distance vector routing protocols. Configure, verify, analyze, and troubleshoot simple distance vector routing protocols. Describe the operation of ICMP and identify the reasons, types, and format of associated error and control messages. Use embedded Layer 3 through Layer 7 protocols to establish, test, suspend, or disconnect connectivity to remote devices from the router console. Use the commands incorporated within Cisco IOS Software to analyze and rectify network problems. Describe the operation of the major transport layer protocols and the interaction and transportation of application layer data. Identify the application of packet control with various access control lists. Analyze, configure, implement, verify, and rectify access control lists within a router configuration.
  • 2006-05-31
    • CCNA 1 - Networking Basics
    • Cisco Networking Academy
    • Principal subjects: Define and install the hardware and software required to be able to communicate across a network. Demonstrate the mathematical skills required to work effortlessly with integer decimal, binary, and hexadecimal numbers and simple binary logic. Define and describe the structure and technologies of computer networks. Describe the meaning and application of the term "bandwidth" when used in networking. Describe, compare, and contrast network communications using two examples of layered models. Describe the physical, electrical, and mechanical properties and the standards associated with copper and optical media used in networks. Describe what is required to install a simple WLAN. Explain the issues associated with the transmission of signals on networking media. Describe the topologies and physical issues associated with cabling common LANs. Describe the physical issues associated with cabling networking equipment to work over a WAN link. Explain the fundamental concepts associated with the Ethernet media access technique. Explain how collisions are detected and the concepts associated with autonegotiation on an Ethernet system. Define and describe the structure and technologies of computer networking systems. Describe networking topologies and physical issues associated with cabling common LANs. Describe the principles and practice of switching on an Ethernet network. Describe how the protocols associated with TCP/IP allow host communication to occur. Explain and demonstrate the mechanics associated with IP addressing. Describe how an IP address is associated with a device interface and the association between physical and logical addressing. Describe the principles and practice of packet switching using the Internet Protocol (IP). Describe the concepts associated with routing and the different methods and protocols used to achieve it. Describe the fundamental concepts associated with transport layer protocols and compare the connectionless approach to transport with the connection-oriented one. List the major TCP/IP application protocols and briefly define their features and operation.

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