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Interconnecting CISCO Networking Devices Part 1

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Interconnecting CISCO Networking Devices Part 1


Learn the basics of network fundamentals and take your IT career to the next level. Get qualified in Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 and learn how to operate and troubleshoot small to medium size networks.

The course was designed with the goal to help learners gain a solid foundation on how to build your IT networking career. The skills you will develop from this course will assist with installing, configuring and troubleshooting networks. It will also enable you to understand the interactions and network functions of wireless controllers, firewalls and access points with focus on basic network security. In addition, you will learn how to work with Cisco switches and routers.

The course will provide you with the best opportunity to get hands-on experience and be able to use your skills in a highly virtualised IT environment.

Course Content

The Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 course is associated with Cisco CCENT where you will learn to install, operate, configure and verify basic IPv4 and IPv6 network which comprises of configuring an IP router or LAN switch and connecting to WAN and identifying basic security threats. The course will offer insight on identifying major functions of network components and open system interconnection reference model (OSI). This gives you an opportunity to improve your skill level and develop best practices to incorporate into your own IT environments and enterprises.

We recommend that learners review the exam preparation tutorial and become familiar with the resources before scheduling the exam. In addition, you will be given extra time, so that you can enjoy the flexibility of training and studying at your own pace.

The course is internationally recognised and accredited to a training organisation and you will be issued an internationally recognised qualification following full completion of Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1.

Why consider 1Training?

As improvements and advancements are made in technology, online courses are no longer just conventional means of studying at affordable costs. In many aspects online training offers superiority to traditional learning. There is an effectiveness and convenience that traditional learning cannot provide. The overall convenience and flexibility makes it a superior learning method.

1Training offers the most convenient path to gain an internationally recognised qualification that will give you the opportunity to put into practice your skill and expertise in an enterprise or corporate environment. You can study at your own pace at 1Training and you will be provided with all the necessary material, tutorials, qualified course instructor and multiple free resources which include Free CV writing pack, Nus Discounted Card, Free career support and course demo to make your learning experience more rewarding.

What are the entry requirements?

  • You must be over the age of 18
  • You must have basic IT knowledge
  • Basic concept of IP addresses

Key points of the course

  • Learners can enjoy in-depth training by the industry’s finest IT experts
  • Repeat or rewind all your lectures
  • It is a self-paced training program
  • It also gives you the benefit of hands-on training with the flexibility of doing it at your own convenience 24/7, and work around your lifestyle

This Course is intended for?

  • Network Administrators
  • Help-desk technicians
  • IT professionals who want to qualify in Cisco CCNET
  • Learners looking to break into the IT industry
  • Anyone aspiring to expand their foundational knowledge of networking technologies

Learning Outcomes?

  • Undertake network expansion projects
  • Understanding how to connect networks with routers and how it transmits data using TCP/IP
  • Functions of WAN and major devices of WANs, configure PPP encapsulation, PAT and RIP routing
  • Create and implement IPv4 and IPv6 IP addressing schemes
  • Troubleshoot existing network infrastructures

Access Duration

The course will be directly delivered to you, and you will have unlimited access 24/7. You have 12 months access to the online learning platform from the date you joined the course, and you can do it from anywhere, anytime.


The exam will test your skills and knowledge related to network fundamentals, routing technologies, LAN switching technologies and infrastructure services and maintenance. It is a multiple question format comprising of (45-55 questions) in 90 minutes.


Those who successfully complete the exam will be awarded a certificate in Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1.

Awarding Body

The certificate will be awarded by Cisco. This internationally recognised qualification will make your CV standout and encourage employers to see your motivation at expanding your skills and knowledge in the IT enterprise.

Career Path and Salary

Once you successfully complete the exam you will be qualified to become a Cisco Network Engineer, Network Specialist, Network Consultant or Network Technician. The qualification will also put you in line to demand a higher salary or job promotion. The average UK salary for a Network Engineer is £33,553 per year according to

Key Features

Gain an accredited UK qualification

Access to excellent quality study materials

Learners will be eligible for TOTUM Discount Card

Personalized learning experience

One year’s access to the course

Support by phone, live chat, and email

Course Curriculum Total Units : 308
➤ Module 01 - Building a Simple Network
1.0 Networking Functions
1.1 Network Connections
1.2 Components of a Network
1.3 Looking at a Network Diagram
1.4 Applications Found on the Network
1.5 Design Issues of a Network
1.6 Physical Topology Types
1.7 Logical Topologies
1.8 Summary
2.0 Understanding the Host-to-Host Communications Model
2.1 Examples of Host-to-Host Communications
2.2 OSI Reference Model
2.3 The TCP/IP Stack
2.4 The Encapsulation Process
2.5 Data De-Encapsulation
2.6 Communicating Peer-to-Peer
2.7 Summary
3.0 Introducing LANs
3.1 Describing the LAN
3.2 Components of the LAN
3.3 Understanding the Collision Domain
3.4 About the Switch
3.5 Summary
4.0 Introduction to the IOS
4.1 Why the IOS
4.2 Basic Functions of the IOS
4.3 The User EXEC Mode
4.4 Privileged EXEC Mode
4.5 Getting CLI Help
4.6 Example of Using Context-Sensitive Help
4.7 Example Error Messages
4.8 Managing IOS Configurations
4.9 Viewing the Running-Config
4.10 Viewing the Startup-Config
4.11 Managing Cisco IOS Configuration
4.12 Managing the IOS Configuration
4.13 Copy Options
4.14 E-MACS
4.15 Improving the Use of the CLI
4.16 Summary
5.0 Starting a Switch
5.1 Installing the Switch
5.2 Understanding the LED Indicators
5.3 Initial Console Connection
5.4 Configuration Basics
5.5 Viewing the Initial Startup Status
5.6 Summary
6.0 Understanding Ethernet and Switch Operation
6.1 Media for Ethernet
6.2 Ethernet Frames
6.3 Communication Types
6.4 Introducing the MAC Address
6.5 How the Switch Works
6.6 Understanding Duplex
6.7 Configuring Duplex and Speed
6.8 Results of Duplex Settings
6.9 Results of Duplex/Speed Settings
6.10 Summary
7.0 Troubleshooting Common Switch Media Issues
7.1 Troubleshooting Tools
7.2 Problems with Media
7.3 Troubleshooting Flow Chart
7.4 Understanding Interface Status
7.5 Understanding Interface Statistics
7.6 Interface Statistics
7.7 Port Problems
7.8 Troubleshooting Flow Chart 2
7.9 Troubleshooting Port Issues
7.10 Summary
7.11 Demo – Perform Switch Startup
7.12 Demo – Troubleshooting Switch Media Issues
7.13 Demo – Command Line Help
7.14 Module 01 Review
➤ Module 02 - Establishing Internet Connectivity
1.0 Understanding the TCP/IP Internet Layer
1.1 IP
1.2 Breaking Down the IPv4 Address
1.3 IP Header
1.4 Number Systems
1.5 Base X Number System (eNotes)
1.6 Conversion to Binary
1.7 IPv4 Address Classes
1.8 Reserved IPv4 Addresses
1.9 What is DNS
1.10 Verify a Windows Host IP
1.11 Verify Switch IP Configuration
1.12 Summary
2.0 Understanding IP Addressing and Subnets
2.1 Why Subnets
2.2 Using a Subnet Mask
2.3 Subnet Mask Values
2.4 Default Class A Subnet Mask
2.5 Default Class B Subnet Mask
2.6 Default Class C Subnet Mask
2.7 Default Gateways
2.8 Host and Subnet Combinations for Class B
2.9 Using Subnet Masks
2.10 Network Addressing Scheme
2.11 VLSM
2.12 VLSM Scenario
2.13 Summary
3.0 Understanding the TCP/IP Transport Layer
3.1 Transport Layer Functions
3.2 TCP vs. UDP
3.3 Comparing TCP and UDP
3.4 UDP
3.5 The UDP Header
3.6 TCP
3.7 TCP/IP Application Layer
3.8 TCP 3-Way Handshake (eNotes)
3.9 Summary
4.0 Exploring the Functions of Routing
4.1 The Router’s Role
4.2 Router Components
4.3 Function of the Router
4.4 Best Path Determination
4.5 The Routing Table
4.6 How Routes are Learned
4.7 Dynamic Routing Protocols
4.8 Comparing the DV to the LS
4.9 Summary
5.0 Configuring a Cisco Router
5.1 Initial Power On
5.2 Initial Router Setup
5.3 Router Configurations
5.4 Exploring Router Neighbors
5.5 Answer: CDP
5.6 CDP
5.7 Show CDP Details
5.8 LLDP
5.9 LLDP Limitations
5.10 LLDP Benefits
5.11 Summary
6.0 Exploring the Packet Delivery Process
6.1 Ethernet Addressing
6.2 Layer 3 Addressing
6.3 What is ARP
6.4 Host-to-Host Packet Delivery
6.5 What the Switch Does
6.6 Summary
7.0 Enabling Static Routing
7.1 Routing Operations
7.2 Static vs Dynamic Routes
7.3 Should You Use a Static Route?
7.4 Configure a Static Route
7.5 Default Routes
7.6 Verify Static Routes
7.7 Summary
8.0 Managing Traffic Using ACLs
8.1 What is an ACL?
8.2 How an ACL Operates
8.3 Wildcard Masking
8.4 Types of ACLs
8.5 Testing an IP Packet on a Numbered ACL
8.6 Basic ACL Configuration
8.7 Summary
9.0 Enabling Internet Connectivity
9.1 The Demarcation Point
9.2 What is DHCP
9.3 Service Provider Options
9.4 Configure a Static Provider Assigned IP Address
9.5 Configuring the Router as a DHCP Client
9.6 What is RFC 1918 Private Addresses
9.7 What is NAT?
9.8 Nomenclature of NAT
9.9 Example of NAT
9.10 NAT Options
9.11 Static NAT
9.12 Static NAT Configuration
9.13 Verifying Static NAT
9.14 Dynamic NAT
9.15 Verifying Dynamic NAT
9.16 What is PAT?
9.17 Configuring PAT
9.18 Verifying PAT
9.19 Troubleshooting NAT
9.20 Troubleshooting Scenario
9.21 Summary
9.22 Demo – Performing Initial Router Setup Media Issues
9.23 Demo – Connecting to the Internet
9.24 Demo – Life of a Packet
9.25 Module 02 Review
9.26 Review Quiz
➤ Module 03 - Managing Network Device Security
1.0 Securing Administrative Access
1.1 Overview of Network Device Security
1.2 Securing Remote Access
1.3 Service Password Encryption
1.4 Securing Physical Access
1.5 Securing VTY Lines
1.6 Using SSH
1.7 SSH Clients
1.8 Remote Access Reply
1.9 SSH
1.10 Encryption Process (eNotes)
1.11 Configuration Steps
1.12 Using ACL for Remote Access Security
1.13 Other Authentication Options
1.14 Using the Login Banner
1.15 Summary
2.0 Implementing Device Hardening
2.1 Reducing Attack Vectors
2.2 How to Disable a Port
2.3 Introducing Port Security
2.4 How to Configure Port Security
2.5 Verify Port-Security
2.6 Disabling Services
2.7 Turning Off Unused Services
2.8 NTP
2.9 How to Configure NTP
2.10 Verify NTP
2.11 AAA
2.12 Authentication
2.13 Authentication (eNotes)
2.14 AAA Configuration
2.15 Authentication Servers
2.16 AAA Configuration (Cont.)
2.17 Summary
3.0 Implementing Traffic Filtering with ACLs
3.1 Filtering Traffic with ACLs
3.2 How an Outbound ACL Functions
3.3 How to Apply ACL to an Interface
3.4 Introducing the Extended ACL
3.5 Creating a Numbered Extended ACL
3.6 Using a Named ACL
3.7 Best Practices
3.8 Monitoring ACLs
3.9 Troubleshooting ACL – Take 1
3.10 Troubleshooting ACL – Take 2
3.11 Troubleshooting ACL – Take 3
3.12 Troubleshooting ACL – Take 4
3.13 Troubleshooting ACL – Take 5
3.14 Troubleshooting ACL – Take 6
3.15 Troubleshooting ACL – Take 7
3.16 Summary
3.17 Demo – Enhancing the Security of the Initial Configuration
3.18 Demo – Device Hardening
3.19 Demo – Filtering Traffic with ACLs
3.20 Demo – Configuring SSH
3.21 Demo – Configuring NTP
3.22 Demo – AAA
3.23 Demo – DHCP Snooping
3.24 Module 03 Review
3.25 Review Quiz
➤ Module 04 - Building a Medium-Sized Network
1.0 Implementing VLANs and Trunks
1.1 Problems with a Poorly Designed Network
1.2 Introducing VLANs
1.3 Trunks and 802.1Q
1.4 Using Trunks
1.5 How to Create a VLAN
1.6 Verify the VLAN
1.7 Assign VLAN to an Access Port
1.8 Creating a Trunk
1.9 VTP
1.10 VTP Modes
1.11 VTP Configuration
1.12 VLAN Design Practices
1.13 Designing Redundancy
1.14 Summary
2.0 Routing Between VLANs
2.1 Introducing Inter-VLAN Routing
2.2 Ways to do Inter-VLAN Routing
2.3 Summary
3.0 Using a Cisco Network Device as a DHCP Server
3.1 Why DHCP
3.2 How DHCP Works
3.3 Configuring DHCP on a Router
3.4 DHCP Monitoring
3.5 DHCP Relay Agent
3.6 Summary
4.0 Introducing WAN Technologies
4.1 Introducing WANs
4.2 Comparing WANs and LANs
4.3 Routers and the WAN
4.4 Types of WAN Links
4.5 Using Point-to-Point Connections
4.6 Summary
5.0 Introducing Dynamic Routing Protocols
5.1 Why Use a Dynamic Routing Protocol
5.2 Classifying Routing Protocols
5.3 IGP: Distance Vector and Link-State Routing Protocols
5.4 Understanding the Link-State Protocol
5.5 RIPv2
5.6 RIPv2 Limitations
5.7 Metric
5.8 RIP Configuration
5.9 RIPng
5.10 Summary
6.0 Implementing OSPF
6.1 Describing OSPF
6.2 Adjacencies
6.3 The SPF Algorithm
6.4 Router ID
6.5 Configuring Single Area OSPF
6.6 Verify OSPF
6.7 Summary
6.8 Demo – Configuring Expanded Switch Networks
6.9 Demo – Configuring DHCP Server
6.10 Demo – Implementing OSPF
6.11 Demo – Troubleshooting OSPF
6.12 Demo – Implementing RIPv2
6.13 Module 04 Review
6.14 Review Quiz
➤ Module 05 - Introducing IPv6
1.0 Introducing Basic IPv6
1.1 Problems With IPv4
1.2 New Problems With the IPv4 Solutions
1.3 Features of IPv6
1.4 IPv6 Address Description
1.5 IPv6 Transmission Types
1.6 The IPv6 Unicast Address
1.7 EUI-64 Automatic Host ID
1.8 IPv6 Address Allocation
1.9 Basic IPv6 Commands
1.10 Example IPv6 Static Configuration
1.11 Verify IPv6 Address
1.12 Basic Connectivity Tests
1.13 Summary
2.0 Understanding IPv6
2.1 Review of the IPv4 Header
2.2 The IPv6 Header
2.3 ICMPv6
2.4 Discovery Messages
2.6 SLAAC for Routers
2.7 Summary
3.0 Configuring IPv6 Routing
3.1 IPv6 Routing
3.2 Supported Routing Protocols
3.3 IPv6 Static Route
3.4 Dynamic Routing Protocols
3.5 Summary
3.6 Demo – IPv6 Addresses
3.7 Demo – Configure and Verify IPv6 Routing
3.8 Demo – IPv6 ACL
3.9 Demo – IPv6 RIP
3.10 Module 05 Review
3.11 Course Closure
Review Quiz
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