Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Accelerated v2.0 (CCNAX)(V2.0)

Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices: Accelerated (CCNAX), is a course consisting of ICND1 and ICND2 content in its entirety, but with the content merged into a single 5-day course. Overlapping content between ICND1 and ICND2 is eliminated and content is rearranged for the purpose of the course flow. CCNAX prepares students for exam #200-120 CCNA in an accelerated format. 
This course teaches learners how to install, operate, configure, and verify a basic IPv4 and IPv6 network, including configuring a LAN switch, configuring an IP router, identifying basic security threats, understanding redundant topologies, troubleshooting common network issues, connecting to a WAN, configuring EIGRP and OSPF in both IPv4 and IPv6, understanding wide-area network technologies, and getting familiar with device management and Cisco licensing. Learner will encounter more troubleshooting, and more lab time than with the previous version of CCNAX.
Target Audience
Target Candidate: Individuals seeking the Cisco CCNA©_ Routing and Switching certification. The course is also appropriate for pre-sales and post-sales network engineers involved in the installation and support of enterprise branch office networks.
Key Job Tasks:
  • Configure: Implement the identified solution by applying the planned implementation processes using Cisco IOS commands and applications in the correct order to the selected devices and portions of the network.
  • Verify: Use the appropriate show and debug commands and applications to ensure that the solution was correctly implemented and is performing as desired.
  • Troubleshoot: Use the appropriate show and debug commands and applications to identify the cause of basic level network issues and correctly implement a solution that ensures the network is performing as desired.
  • Job roles: Entry Level Network Engineer, Network Administrator, Network Support Technician or Help Desk Technician.

The CCNAX is a very fast-paced course and it is recommended that you have working networking knowledge prior to attending class. Skills that a learner must have before attending this course are as follows:
  • Basic computer literacy
  • Basic PC operating system navigation skills Basic Internet usage skills
  • Basic IP address knowledge
Here are a few questions to help determine if you should be in CCNAX or take ICND 1 and ICND 2 separately:
  • 1. Do you know what an IP address is? 
  • 2. Do you know what the OSI (or TCP/IP) model is?
  • 3. Do you know the difference between a public and a private IP address?
  • 4. What is a dynamic routing protocol?
  • 5. Do you know what a VLAN is, and why we need them?
If you can answer the above questions and are comfortable with the topics you will be a good fit for CCNAX, if the questions are unfamiliar topics for you, we recommend taking ICND 1 and ICND 2 separately as these topics are covered in detail.  

Course Objectives
After completing the course, students will be able to:
  • Describe network fundamentals and build simple LANs
  • Establish Internet connectivity
  • Manage network device security
  • Describe IPv6 basics
  • Troubleshoot VLAN issues, explain how STP works, configure EtherChannel, and understand the idea behind Layer 3 redundancy
  • Troubleshoot IP connectivity
  • Define the characteristics, functions, and components of a WAN
  • Configure and troubleshoot EIGRP in an IPv4 environment, and configure EIGRP for IPv6
  • Configure, verify, and troubleshoot multi-area OSPF
  • Describe SNMP, syslog and NetFlow, and manage Cisco device configurations, IOS images, and licenses
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Course Outline
Module 1: Building a Simple Network
  • Lesson 1: Exploring the Functions of Networking
  • Lesson 2: Understanding the Host-to-Host Communications Model
  • Lesson 3: Introducing LANs
  • Lesson 4: Operating Cisco IOS Software
  • Lesson 5: Starting a Switch
  • Lesson 6: Understanding Ethernet and Switch Operation
  • Lesson 7: Troubleshooting Common Switch Media Issues
  • Lesson 8: Module Summary
Module 2: Establishing Internet Connectivity
  • Lesson 1: Understanding the TCP/IP Internet Layer
  • Lesson 2: Understanding IP Addressing and Subnets
  • Lesson 3: Understanding the TCP/IP Transport Layer
  • Lesson 4: Exploring the Functions of Routing
  • Lesson 5: Configuring a Cisco Router
  • Lesson 6: Exploring the Packet Delivery Process
  • Lesson 7: Enabling Static Routing
  • Lesson 8: Managing Traffic Using ACLs
  • Lesson 9: Enabling Internet Connectivity
  • Lesson 10: Module Summary
Module 3: Managing Network Device Security
  • Lesson 1: Securing Administrative Access
  • Lesson 2: Implementing Device Hardening
  • Lesson 3: Implementing Traffic Filtering with ACLs
  • Lesson 4: Module Summary
Module 4: Introducing IPv6
  • Lesson 1: Introducing Basic IPv6
  • Lesson 2: Understanding IPv6
  • Lesson 3: Configuring IPv6 Routing
  • Lesson 4: Module Summary
Module 5: Building a Medium-Sized Network
  • Lesson 1: Implementing VLANs and Trunks
  • Lesson 2: Routing Between VLANs
  • Lesson 3: Using a Cisco Network Device as a DHCP Server
  • Lesson 4: Troubleshooting VLAN Connectivity
  • Lesson 5: Building Redundant Switched Topologies
  • Lesson 6: Improving Redundant Switched Topologies with EtherChannel
  • Lesson 7: Understanding Layer 3 Redundancy
  • Lesson 8: Module Summary
Module 6: Troubleshooting Basic Connectivity
  • Lesson 1: Troubleshooting IPv4 Network Connectivity
  • Lesson 2: Troubleshooting IPv6 Network Connectivity
  • Lesson 3: Module Summary
Module 7: Wide Area Networks
  • Lesson 1: Understanding WAN Technologies
  • Lesson 2: Configuring Serial Encapsulation
  • Lesson 3: Establishing a WAN Connection Using Frame Relay
  • Lesson 4: Introducing VPN Solutions
  • Lesson 5: Configuring GRE Tunnels
  • Lesson 6: Module Summary
Module 8: Implementing an EIGRP-Based Solution
  • Lesson 1: Implementing EIGRP
  • Lesson 2: Troubleshooting EIGRP
  • Lesson 3: Implementing EIGRP for IPv6
  • Lesson 4: Module Summary
Module 9: Implementing a Scalable OSPF-Based Solution
  • Lesson 1: Implementing OSPF
  • Lesson 2: Multiarea OSPF IPv4 Implementation
  • Lesson 3: Troubleshooting Multiarea OSPF
  • Lesson 4: Examining OSPFv3
  • Lesson 5: Module Summary
Module 10: Network Device Management
  • Lesson 1: Configuring Network Devices to Support Network Management Protocols
  • Lesson 2: Managing Cisco Devices
  • Lesson 3: Licensing
  • Lesson 4: Module Summary
  • Lab 1-1: Performing Switch Startup and Initial Configuration
  • Lab 1-2: Troubleshooting Switch Media Issues
  • Lab 2-1: Performing Initial Router Setup and Configuration
  • Lab 2-2: Connecting to the Internet
  • Lab 3-1: Enhancing the Security of the Initial Configuration
  • Lab 3-2: Device Hardening
  • Lab 3-3: Filtering Traffic with ACLs
  • Lab 4-1: Configure and Verify Basic IPv6
  • Lab 4-2: Configure and Verify Stateless Autoconfiguration
  • Lab 4-3: Configure and Verify IPv6 Routing
  • Lab 5-1: Configuring Expanded Switched Networks
  • Lab 5-2: Configuring DHCP Server
  • Lab 5-3: Troubleshooting VLANs and Trunks
  • Lab 5-4: Optimizing STP
  • Lab 5-5: Configuring EtherChannel
  • Lab 6-1: Troubleshooting IP Connectivity
  • Lab 7-1: Configuring and Troubleshooting a Serial Connection
  • Lab 7-2: Establishing a Frame Relay WAN
  • Lab 7-3: Establishing a GRE Tunnel
  • Lab 8-1: Implementing EIGRP
  • Lab 8-2: Troubleshooting EIGRP
  • Lab 8-3: Implementing EIGRP for IPv6
  • Lab 9-1: Implementing OSPF
  • Lab 9-3: Troubleshooting Multiarea OSPF
  • Lab 9-4: Configuring OSPF for IPv6
  • Lab 10-1: SNMP and Syslog Basic Configuration
  • Lab 10-3: Managing Cisco Devices and Licensing