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Interconnecting CISCO Networking Devices Part 2

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Interconnecting CISCO Networking Devices Part 2


Whether you are starting out on your IT career or taking your skills to the next level, the Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 2 course is for you. This course will give you demanding power in an IT environment.

The course includes visual instructions and instructor led demonstrations to allow learners to develop their skills based on real-world scenarios. The focus is on developing practical skill sets that can be used in a networking environment.

The course will enhance your IT skills and improve your knowledge. It 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

Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 2 course focuses on achieving the CCNA routing and switching, troubleshoot IP connectivity, skills to assist learners in installing, configuring, and troubleshooting small networks as well as working with Cisco routers and switches.

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 2.                                          

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.

Training 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
  • Experience with LAN and WAN technologies is an added advantage

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 the exam
  • Learners with basic understanding of routing and switching
  • Anyone aspiring to expand their knowledge in LAN and WAN technologies

Learning Outcomes?

  • Prepare for CCNA routing and switching certification
  • Learn to operate a medium-size LAN with multiple switches
  • Understand how device management can be implemented using traditional ways
  • Support Cisco network deployments
  • Develop core routing and switching networking skills
  • Learn to configure, monitor and troubleshoot Cisco networks

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 on LAN switching technologies, WAN technologies, IPv4 and IPv6 routing technologies, infrastructure services, and infrastructure maintenance. It is a multiple question format comprising of (55-65 questions) in 90 minutes.


Those who successfully complete the exam will be awarded a certificate in Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 2.

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 Network Engineer, Network Technician, Cisco Engineer, Field Engineer and Cisco Network Advisor. 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 : 211
➤ Module 01: Implementing Scalable Medium-Sized Networks
1.1.0 Troubleshooting VLAN Connectivity
1.1.1 VLAN Review
1.1.2 How to Create a VLAN
1.1.3 What is a Trunk
1.1.4 How to Configure a Trunk
1.1.5 DTP
1.1.6 VLAN Troubleshooting
1.1.7 Troubleshooting Trunks
1.1.8 Summary
1.2.0 Building Redundant Switched Topologies
1.2.1 Problems with Redundant Topologies
1.2.2 How Spanning-Tree Works
1.2.3 Versions of Spanning-Tree
1.2.4 PVST+
1.2.5 Changing the Bridge ID
1.2.6 Reviewing the STP Topology
1.2.7 What if STP Fails?
1.2.8 PortFast and BPDU Guard
1.2.9 Summary
1.3.0 Improving Redundant Switched Topologies with EtherChannel
1.3.1 What is EtherChannel
1.3.2 EtherChannel Protocols
1.3.3 How to Configure EtherChannel
1.3.4 Verify EtherChannel
1.3.5 Summary
1.4.0 Understanding Layer 3 Redundancy
1.4.1 Why Have Default Gateway Redundancy
1.4.2 Default Gateway Redundancy
1.4.3 FHRP
1.4.4 HSRP
1.4.5 HSRP Configuration
1.4.6 Introducing HSRP
1.4.7 HSRP (Cont.)
1.4.8 HSRP Track Interface
1.4.9 HSRP Load Balancing
1.4.10 Gateway Load Balancing Protocol
1.4.11 QoS
1.4.12 QoS Configuration
1.4.13 QoS Options
1.4.14 Marking
1.4.15 Queuing Methods
1.4.16 Congestion Avoidance
1.4.17 Summary
1.4.18 Demo – Initial Lab Setup
1.4.19 Demo – Optimizing STP
1.4.20 Demo – PortFast and BPDU Guard
1.4.21 Demo – Configuring EtherChannel
1.4.22 Demo – VTP
1.4.23 Demo – HSRP
1.4.24 Demo – QoS
1.4.25 Module 01 Review
➤ Module 02: Troubleshooting Basic Connectivity
2.1.0 Troubleshooting IPv4 Network Connectivity
2.1.1 Troubleshooting End-to-End
2.1.2 Verify End-to-End Connectivity
2.1.3 Verify Physical Connectivity
2.1.4 What is the Current and Desired Path?
2.1.5 Default Gateway Problems
2.1.6 DNS Issues
2.1.7 ACL Issues
2.1.8 Summary
2.2.0 Troubleshooting IPv6 Network Connectivity
2.2.1 IPv6 Address Types
2.2.2 How to Troubleshoot IPv6 Connectivity
2.2.3 Verify End-to-End Connectivity
2.2.4 Identifying the Path
2.2.5 Default Gateway Problems
2.2.6 DNS Problems
2.2.7 ACL Problems
2.2.8 Summary
2.2.9 Demo – Troubleshooting an ACL
2.2.10 Module 02 Review
➤ Module 03: Implementing an EIGRP-Based Solution
3.1.0 Implementing EIGRP
3.1.1 Dynamic Routing Protocols
3.1.2 Administrative Distance
3.1.3 Features of EIGRP
3.1.4 EIGRP Path Selection
3.1.5 The EIGRP Metric
3.1.6 Configuring EIGRP
3.1.7 Verify Neighbors
3.1.8 Verify EIGRP
3.1.9 EIGRP Load Balancing
3.1.10 Summary
3.2.0 Troubleshooting EIGRP
3.2.1 EIGRP Troubleshooting Components
3.2.2 Troubleshooting EIGRP Neighbors
3.2.3 EIGRP Routing Table Troubleshooting
3.2.4 Summary
3.3.0 Implementing EIGRP for IPv6
3.3.1 EIGRP for IPv6
3.3.2 EIGRP Commands for Configuration
3.3.3 Summary
3.3.4 Demo – EIGRP
3.3.5 Demo – Troubleshooting EIGRP
3.3.6 Demo – Routing Table Issues
3.3.7 Demo – EIGRP with IPv6
3.3.8 Module 03 Review
➤ Module 04: Implement Scalable, Multiarea Network, OSPF Solution
4.1.0 OSPF Overview
4.1.1 Overview of the Link-State Routing Protocol
4.1.2 Data Stored in a Link-State Protocol
4.1.3 Metric
4.1.4 OSPF Adjacencies
4.1.5 Establishing OSPF Neighbor Adjacencies (eNotes)
4.1.6 Building the Link-State Database
4.1.7 What are OSPF Areas?
4.1.8 OSPF Router Types
4.1.9 Types of OSPF LSAs
4.1.10 Basic LSA Types (eNotes)
4.1.11 Summary
4.2.0 Multiarea OSPF Implementation
4.2.1 Single vs. Multiple OSPF Area
4.2.2 Planning for OSPF
4.2.3 Multiarea OSPF Configuration
4.2.4 Verify Multiarea OSPF
4.2.5 Summary
4.3.0 Troubleshooting Multiarea OSPF
4.3.1 OSPF Neighbor States
4.3.2 Troubleshooting OSPF
4.3.3 OSPF Neighbor Problems
4.3.4 Summary
4.4.0 Examining OSPFv3
4.4.1 OSPFv3
4.4.2 Configuring OSPFv3
4.4.3 Verify OSPFv3
4.4.4 Summary
4.4.5 Demo – Multiarea OSPF
4.4.6 Demo – Troubleshooting OSPF
4.4.7 Demo – Configuring OSPF for IPv6
4.4.8 Module 04 Review
➤ Module 05: Wide-Area Networks
5.1.0 Understanding WAN Technologies
5.1.1 What is the WAN
5.1.2 WAN Components
5.1.3 WAN Serial Cabling
5.1.4 L2 WAN Protocols
5.1.5 Options for the WAN
5.1.6 Summary
5.2.0 Configuring Serial Encapsulation
5.2.1 What are Serial Links?
5.2.2 Configuring a Serial Interface
5.2.3 HDLC Protocol
5.2.4 Other Point-to-Point Protocols
5.2.5 Configuring PPP
5.2.6 PAP
5.2.7 CHAP
5.2.8 How to Configure CHAP
5.2.9 Verify CHAP
5.2.10 Troubleshooting Serial Interfaces
5.2.11 MLP
5.2.12 MLP Configuration
5.2.13 Verify MLP
5.2.14 PPPoE
5.2.15 PPPoE Client
5.2.16 Verify PPPoE Client
5.2.17 Summary
5.3.0 Establishing a WAN Connection Using Frame Relay
5.3.1 What is Frame Relay
5.3.2 Topologies
5.3.3 Reachability Issues
5.3.4 Frame Relay Signaling
5.3.5 Frame Relay Mapping
5.3.6 How to Configure Frame Relay
5.3.7 Point-to-Point and Multipoint Frame Relay
5.3.8 Configure Point-to-Point Frame Relay
5.3.9 Multipoint Frame Relay Configuration
5.3.10 How to Verify Frame Relay
5.3.11 Summary
5.4.0 Introducing VPN Solutions
5.4.1 Benefits of Secure VPNs
5.4.2 Other Cisco SSL Solutions
5.4.3 Characteristics of IPSec
5.4.4 Summary
5.5.0 Configuring GRE Tunnels
5.5.1 GRE Tunnel Overview
5.5.2 How to Configure the GRE
5.5.3 Verify the Tunnel
5.5.4 Summary
5.5.5 Demo – Enabling HDLC
5.5.6 Demo – Troubleshooting PPP
5.5.7 Demo – Frame Relay
5.5.8 Demo – External BGP
5.5.9 Demo – GRE Tunnel
5.5.10 Demo – Dialer Interface
5.5.11 Module 05 Review
➤ Module 06: Network Device Management
6.1.0 Configuring Network Devices to Support Network Management Protocols
6.1.1 Overview
6.1.2 SNMP Versions
6.1.3 Obtaining Data from an SNMP Agent
6.1.4 Configuring SNMP
6.1.5 What is Syslog?
6.1.6 Syslog Format
6.1.7 Syslog Configuration
6.1.8 NetFlow Overview
6.1.9 NetFlow Architecture
6.1.10 Configuring NetFlow
6.1.11 Summary
6.2.0 Managing Cisco Devices
6.2.1 Internal Components of a Router
6.2.2 What Does ROM Do?
6.2.3 Router Bootup Sequence
6.2.4 Configuration Register
6.2.5 Changing the Configuration Register
6.2.6 How the IOS is Found
6.2.7 IOS Loading
6.2.8 Loading the IOS Configuration File
6.2.9 Cisco IOS Integrated File System
6.2.10 Viewing the Integrated System
6.2.11 Managing IOS Images
6.2.12 Reading the IOS Filename
6.2.13 Backing Up the Image
6.2.14 Upgrading the IOS
6.2.15 Copy Command Results
6.2.16 Managing Device Configuration Files
6.2.17 Recovering the Enable Password/Secret
6.2.18 Summary
6.3.0 Licensing
6.3.1 Overview of Licensing
6.3.2 Verifying the Licenses
6.3.3 Installing a Permanent License
6.3.4 Installing an Evaluation License
6.3.5 Backup the License
6.3.6 Uninstalling the License
6.3.7 Password Recovery
6.3.8 Recovery
6.3.9 Config-Register
6.3.10 Summary
6.3.11 Demo – Managing Files
6.3.12 Demo – Logging
6.3.13 Demo – Syslog
6.3.14 Demo – Password Recovery
6.3.15 Demo – Superlab Initial Setup
6.3.16 Demo – Superlab
6.3.17 Module 06 Review
6.3.18 Course Closure
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