Cisco CCNA Training


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Cisco CCNA Training Course

When you think about Cisco, any novice can say its a backbone of Internet. Cisco has been there since 1982 - an early age of internet. Cisco was founded by two members of Stanford University staff Leonard Bosack and Sandy Lerner from the computer science and business department.  A word 'Cisco' was derived from the city name San Fran CISCO.

Since early age of Internet Cisco has climbed tremendous steps and powered most of the Internet backbone and still it continues to do so till date. From smaller organization to larger telecommunication, Cisco leads the industry thereby creating thousands of jobs worldwide.

It is a dream of every network engineer to get certified from the industry giant to prove their skills to their prospective employers. Our Cisco CCNA course will help prepare you for the Cisco Certified Network Associate exam comprehensively. This is the first step towards building a Cisco network management career in one the most widely used technologies across the world. It prepares you to install, configure, implement and operate different sized networks along with the knowledge of standards in data transmission protocols. The course also covers network security and related threat management, wireless network and network performance concepts and skills.

Our Cisco CCNA certification course is delivered by industry expert and certified trainers who have over 10 years of experience in Cisco systems and technologies. This complete hands-on, tutor led classroom based training course will cover all aspects of Cisco Systems and available tools. By achieving such a reputable Cisco CCNA certificate, it could prove your skills and expertise on Cisco Systems to prospective employers.

Career Prospect

Cisco Network Engineer, Network Administrator, System Engineer, Support Engineer, Network Architect, WAN and LAN Design Engineer, Cisco System Engineer, Cisco Network Consultant.

Learning Facilities

We have immaculate learning facilities with state of art technology, fully equipped with high specs latest servers, workstations and software.

General Facilities

We also provide Free Wifi Internet, Refreshment, Water, Tea and Coffee Facilities.

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Course Highlight

Cisco CCNA Training

  • Understanding TCP/IP
  • Understanding Ethernet, Cisco Devices Switches and Routers
  • Growing the Network
  • The Command-Line Interface
  • Configuring a Router
  • The Command-Line Interface
  • Configuring a Router
  • Routing, RIP, EIGRP, Single Area OSPF, Single Area OSPF, VLSM, Switching, VLANs
  • Managing the MAC Address Table, Static MAC Addresses
  • STP and EtherChannel
  • Network Administration and Troubleshooting
  • Password-Recovery Procedures and the Configuration Register
  • Telnet and SSH, The ping and traceroute Commands
  • SNMP and Syslog , Network Address Translation
  • DHCP, IPv6, HDLC and PPP, Frame Relay, Network Security
  • Applying Extended ACLs to an Interface
  • Security Device Manager

Cisco CCNA Training Course Outline

CCNA Certification Exam Code Number: 200-120

Understanding TCP/IP

  • Converting Between Decimal Numbers and Binary 4
  • Subnetting a Class A, Class B, Class C Network
  • Subnetting Using Binary 8

Understanding Ethernet, Cisco Devices Switches and Routers

  • Cables and Connections, LAN Connections
  • Rollover Cable to Router or Switch
  • Terminal Settings, Serial Cable Types
  • 568A Versus 568B Cables

Growing the Network

  • LAN Network Topologies
  • Operating Cisco IOS Software
  • Configuring a Cisco Switch
  • Extending the LAN

The Command-Line Interface

  • Shortcuts for Entering Commands
  • Using the Tab Key to Complete Commands
  • Using the Question Mark for Help
  • Enable, History, Show, exit, disable, logout, setup Commands


  • IP Subnet Zero, VLSM
  • Subnet for the Largest Network
  • Determine Network Numbers for Serial Links

Configuring a Router

  • Configuring a Single Cisco Router
  • Router Modes, Entering Global Configuration
  • Configuring a Router Name, Configuring Passwords
  • Password Encryption, Interface Names
  • Moving Between Interfaces
  • Configuring a Serial Interface
  • Configuring a Fast Ethernet Interface
  • Creating a Message-of-the-Day Banner
  • Creating a Login Banner
  • Setting the Clock Time Zone
  • Assigning a Local Host Name to an IP Address
  • The no ip domain-lookup Command
  • The logging synchronous Command
  • The exec-timeout Command
  • Saving, Erasing Configurations
  • show Commands
  • EXEC Commands in Configuration Mode: The do Command


  • Static Routing, Configuring a Static Route on a Router
  • The permanent Keyword (Optional), Static Routes and Administrative Distance (Optional)
  • Configuring a Default Route on a Router, Verifying Static Routes


  • The ip classless Command
  • RIP Routing: Mandatory Commands
  • RIP Routing: Optional Commands
  • Troubleshooting RIP Issues


  • Configuring Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP)
  • EIGRP Auto-Summarization, Load Balancing: variance
  • Bandwidth Use, Authentication
  • Verifying EIGRP, Troubleshooting EIGRP

Single Area OSPF

  • Configuring OSPF, Using Wildcard Masks with OSPF Areas
  • Configuring OSPF: Optional Commands
  • Loopback Interfaces, Router ID
  • DR/BDR Elections, Modifying Cost Metrics
  • Authentication: Simple, MD5 Encryption, Verifying OSPF Configuration
  • Propagating a Default Route


  • Configuring a Switch
  • Help Commands, Verifying Commands
  • Resetting Switch Configuration
  • Setting Host Names, Passwords
  • Setting IP Addresses and Default Gateways, Interface Descriptions, Duplex Operation and Operation Speed

Managing the MAC Address Table, Static MAC Addresses

  • Switch Port Security, Sticky MAC Addresses


  • Creating Static VLANs, VLAN Configuration Mode
  • VLAN Database Mode, Ports to VLANs, range Command
  • Verifying VLAN Information, Saving VLAN Configurations
  • Erasing VLAN Configurations
  • VLAN Trunking Protocol and Inter-VLAN Routing
  • Dynamic Trunking Protocol (DTP), Encapsulation Type
  • VLAN Database Mode, Verifying VTP

STP and EtherChannel

  • Spanning Tree Protocol
  • Configuring, Enabling Spanning Tree Protocol
  • Configuring the Root Switch, Secondary Root, Port Priority, Path Cost
  • Configuring a Switch
  • Configuring VLAN, STP Timers
  • Changing the Spanning-Tree Mode
  • Enabling Rapid Spanning Tree

Wireless LAN

  • Wireless Access Point Configuration: Linksys 300N Access Point
  • Wireless Client Configuration: Linksys Wireless-N Notebook

Network Administration and Troubleshooting

  • Backing Up and Restoring Cisco IOS Software
  • Boot System Commands, Cisco IOS File System
  • Backing Up Configurations to a TFTP Server
  • Restoring Configurations from a TFTP Server
  • Backing Up the Cisco IOS Software to a TFTP Server
  • Restoring/Upgrading the Cisco IOS Software from a TFTP Server
  • Restoring the Cisco IOS Software from ROM Monitor Mode Using Xmodem
  • Restoring the Cisco IOS Software Using the ROM Monitor
  • Environmental Variables and tftpdnld Command

Password-Recovery Procedures and the Configuration Register

  • The Configuration Register
  • A Visual Representation, What the Bits Mean
  • The Boot Field, Console Terminal Baud Rate Settings
  • Changing the Console Line Speed: CLI
  • Changing the Console Line Speed: ROM Monitor
  • Password-Recovery Procedures for Cisco Routers
  • Password Recovery for 2960 Series Switches

Telnet and SSH

  • Using Telnet to Remotely Connect to Other Devices
  • Configuring the Secure Shell Protocol (SSH)

The ping and traceroute Commands

  • ICMP Redirect Messages
  • The ping, traceroute Command, the Extended ping

SNMP and Syslog

  • Configuring SNMP
  • Configuring Syslog

Network Address Translation

  • Private IP Addresses: RFC 1918
  • Configuring Dynamic NAT: One Private to
  • One Public Address Translation
  • Configuring PAT: Many Private to One Public Address Translation
  • Configuring Static NAT: One Private to One Permanent
  • Public Address Translation
  • Verifying NAT and PAT Configurations
  • Troubleshooting NAT and PAT Configurations


  • Configuring DHCP
  • Verifying and Troubleshooting DHCP Configuration
  • Configuring a DHCP Helper Address
  • DHCP Client on a Cisco IOS Software Ethernet Interface


  • Assigning IPv6 Addresses to Interfaces
  • IPv6 and RIPng
  • Configuration Example: IPv6 RIP
  • IPv6 Tunnels: Manual Overlay Tunnel
  • Static Routes in IPv6
  • Floating Static Routes in IPv6
  • Verifying and Troubleshooting IPv6
  • IPv6 Ping


  • Configuring HDLC Encapsulation on a Serial Line 251
  • Configuring PPP on a Serial Line (Mandatory Commands)
  • CPPP Compression, Link Quality
  • Multilink, Authentication
  • Verifying or Troubleshooting a Serial Link/PPP, Encapsulation

Frame Relay

  • Configuring Frame Relay
  • Setting the Frame Relay Encapsulation, LMI Type, DLCI Number
  • Map Statement, Subinterfaces,

Network Security

  • IP Access Control List Security
  • Access List Numbers, Using Wildcard Masks
  • ACL Keywords, Creating Standard ACLs
  • Applying Standard ACLs to an Interface
  • Verifying ACLs, Removing ACLs, Creating Extended ACLs

Applying Extended ACLs to an Interface

  • The established Keyword (Optional)
  • Creating Named ACLs
  • Using Sequence Numbers in Named ACLs
  • Removing Specific Lines in Named ACLs Using Sequence Numbers
  • Sequence Number Tips
  • Including Comments About Entries in ACLs
  • Restricting Virtual Terminal Access

Security Device Manager

  • Security Device Manager: Connecting with CLI
  • Security Device Manager: Connecting with GUI
  • SDM Express Wizard with No CLI Preconfiguration
  • Resetting the Router to Factory Defaults Using SDM
  • SDM User Interfaces
  • Configure a Router to Act as a DHCP Server 305
  • Configure an Interface as a DHCP Client 307
  • Configure NAT/PAT 312

Time Tables and Pricing


13th Nov 2016

Price £850
Start Date 13th Nov 2016
End Date 11th Dec 2016
Days Sunday
Time 10:00-17:00
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21st Nov 2016

Price £850
Start Date 21st Nov 2016
End Date 24th Nov 2016
Days M,T,W,T
Time 10:00-18:00
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19th Dec 2016

Price £850
Start Date 19th Dec 2016
End Date 22nd Dec 2016
Days M,T,W,T
Time 10:00-18:00
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09th Jan 2017

Price £850
Start Date 09th Jan 2017
End Date 12th Jan 2017
Days M,T,W,T
Time 10:00 - 18:00
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