CCNA – Routing & Switching

About the Course

Techlyncs training of Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Routing and Switching is an ideal Certification Program for entry-level network engineers to maximize their foundation in computer networks. This training will be conducted in two modes:

In-campus and Online from highly skilled professionals. 

The course validates students the following skills at the end of the training:
  • Ability to install, configure, operate, and troubleshoot medium-size routed and switched networks.
  • Manage network infrastructure, which includes routing, switching, wireless access.

Key Features

High Quality Learning

Labs & Quizzes

2 CCNA Simulation Exams

Practical Learning Environment

24 - 26 Hours Course

Applicable for CCNA exam


Course Preview

  1. Welcome
  2. Basic Introduction to CCNA
  3. Cisco CCNA Exams
  4. Cisco CCNA Exam Pattern
  5. Value of CCNA Routing and Switching Certification
  6. OSI Reference Model and Its Layers
  7. Layer Responsibilities and Encapsulation
  8. Network Devices
  9. Routers
  10. Switches
  11. Hubs
  1. Network Topology
  2. Types of Network Topology
  3. Point to Point Topology
  4. Bus Topology
  5. Ring Topology
  6. Star Topology
  7. Full Mesh Topology
  8. Partial Mesh Topology
  9. Hierarchical Network Model
  10. LAN & WAN
  11. Layer Requirements
  12. Layer 1 and 2 Ethernet
  13. Media Access Control Address
  14. Ethernet Frame
  15. Duplex
  16. Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Detection
  1. Layer 7 Application Types
  2. Performance Requirements
  3. Protocols for File Transfer and Remote Access
  4. Protocols for Network Services
  5. Layer 4: Transport Layer
  6. Transmission Control Protocol Header
  7. Transmission Control Protocol
  8. User Datagram Protocol
  9. Port Numbers
  10. Layer 3 Protocols
  11. Address Resolution Protocol
  12. Internet Protocol Version 4 Header
  13. Internet Protocol Version 4
  14. Layer 2 Protocols
  15. Layer Interactions
  16. IPv4 Addressing and Subnetting
  17. Objectives
  18. IPv4 Address
  19. Private Addresses
  20. Binary Numbering
  21. Bits and Bytes
  22. Binary to Dotted Decimal
  23. Converting Binary to Decimal
  24. Special Addresses
  25. Valid Host Addresses
  26. Subnet Masks
  27. Subnets
  28. Creating Subnets
  1. Variable Length Subnet Masks(VLSMs)
  2. Advantage of VLSMs Addressing Design
  3. Block Size
  4. Subnetting
  5. Example of Subnetting
  6. VLSM Class C Addresses
  7. Maximizing Hosts or Subnets
  8. Subnetting Based on Required Number of Hosts
  9. VLSM for Network Addressing
  10. Classless Inter-Domain Routing
  11. Cisco Internetwork Operating System
  12. RAM, NVRAM and FLASH
  13. Console, AUX and Ethernet Ports
  14. Privileged Exec Mode
  15. Configuration Mode
  16. Cisco Help
  17. HISTORY – A List of Commands Entered
  18. The Configuration
  19. SHOW Commands
  20. Name Lookup and Domain Name System
  21. Passwords
  22. EXEC-TIMEOUT Command
  23. Banners
  24. Debugging
  25. Configuring an Ethernet Interface
  26. SHOW IP INTERFACES BRIEF Command
  27. Rebooting the Device
  1. Types of Routing Protocols (Static & Dynamic)
  2. Routing and Information Sources
  3. Connected Networks
  4. Next Hop
  5. Active Interfaces
  6. Static Routes
  7. Floating Static Routes
  8. Default Routes
  9. Configuring Default Routes
  10. Dynamic Routing
  11. Routing Protocols vs. Routed Protocols
  12. Autonomous Systems
  13. Categories of Routing Protocols
  14. Metrics
  15. Administrative Distance
  16. RIP, IGRP & OSPF
  1. Access Control Lists
  2. Standard Access Control List
  3. Extended Access Control List
  4. The Reason for Network Address Translation
  5. Applications of NAT
  6. Benefits of NAT
  7. Limitations of NAT
  8. Types of NAT
  9. Port Static NAT
  10. Dynamic NAT
  11. Port Address Translation
  12. Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
  13. DHCP Client Configuration
  14. DHCP Server Configuration
  15. Network Time Protocol
  1. Collision Domain
  2. Broadcast Domain
  3. Advantages of Switching over Hub
  4. MAC Address Table
  5. VLANs and its Advantages
  6. Creating VLANs
  7. Trunk Encapsulation
  8. Access Ports vs Trunk Ports
  9. Dynamic Trunking Protocol
  10. InterVLAN Routing Using a Router
  11. Router on a Stick
  12. InterVLAN Routing Using an MLS