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Implementing CISCO IP Switched Networks (SWITCH)

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Implementing CISCO IP Switched Networks (SWITCH)


Learn how to work independently on complex networks and advance in your IT career. Get qualified in Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks (SWITCH) and become a valuable employee to support complex network enterprises and organisations.

The Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks (SWITCH) course was designed to help learners prepare for Cisco CCNPR certification. The course is one of three in the curriculum and caters to Network Engineers who want to take their networking skills to the next level. The course will also cover integration of VLANs, WLANs, video traffic and voice on campus networks.

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

In the Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks (SWITCH) course you will gain comprehensive knowledge on how to plan, configure and verify the implementation of complex enterprise switching solutions that use Cisco Enterprise Campus Architecture. This gives you opportunity to improve your networking 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 Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks (SWITCH).

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
  • An understanding of LAN and WAN technologies

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 technicians
  • Support engineers
  • System engineers
  • Support analysts
  • Senior network administrators
  • Anyone aspiring to expand their networking skills and knowledge

Learning Outcomes?

  • Focus on layer 2 technologies and multi-layer switch functions
  • Infrastructure security and high availability features
  • Infrastructure services
  • Learn to create an efficient and expandable enterprise network
  • Learning issues related to increasing traffic on Ethernet LAN

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 in planning, configuring and verifying the implementation of complex enterprise switching solutions. It is a multiple question format comprising of (30-40 questions) in 120 minutes.


Those who successfully complete the exam will be awarded a certificate in Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks (SWITCH).

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, Support Engineer, Systems Engineer 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 : 219
➤ Module 01: Network Design
1.1 Cisco Hierarchical Model
1.2 Hierarchical Design (eNotes)
1.3 Access Layer
1.4 Distribution Layer
1.5 Core Layer
1.6 Collapsed Core Option
1.7 Collapsed Core (eNotes)
1.8 Types of Switches
1.9 Routed vs. Switched Architecture (eNotes)
1.10 Layer 2 Switching
1.11 Other Switching Tables
1.12 Multilayer Switching at the Access Layer
1.13 How the Frame is Re-written at L3
1.14 Cisco Distributed Hardware Model
1.15 Switching Methods
1.16 Switching Methods (eNotes)
1.17 Route Caching
1.18 Topology-based Switching
1.19 What is SDM
1.20 The New CDP
1.21 Turning on LLDP
1.22 Supplying Device Power
1.23 What Power Options You Have
1.24 What can be Powered?
1.25 PoE Standards
1.26 PoE (eNotes)
1.27 PoE Negotiation
1.28 Configuring PoE
1.29 Module 01 Review
➤ Module 02: CAN
2.1 VLAN Review
2.2 CAM/VLAN (eNotes)
2.3 Why VLANs?
2.4 Configuring a VLAN
2.5 Demo – Basics of VLANs
2.6 Trunking
2.7 DTP
2.8 Demo – Creating a Trunk
2.9 Native VLAN
2.10 Trunk Connections
2.11 VLAN Deployment
2.12 Local VLANs
2.13 VLAN Types (eNotes)
2.14 Voice VLANs
2.15 Demo – Configuring a Voice VLAN
2.16 Connecting the AP
2.17 VTP
2.18 VTP Modes (eNotes)
2.19 VTP Neighbors
2.20 VTP Versions
2.21 Demo – Examining VTP
2.22 Using DHCP
2.23 DHCP Configuration Options
2.24 DHCP Commands
2.25 Other DHCP Configurations
2.26 Demo – Configuring DHCP
2.27 DHCP Issues
2.28 DHCP and IPv6
2.29 SLAAC (eNotes)
2.30 DHCP Can Still Be Used
2.31 DHCP Use
2.32 Demo – Configure Stateless DHCP
2.33 EtherChannel
2.34 EtherChannel Protocols
2.35 EtherChannel Requirements
2.36 What Must Match
2.37 Demo – Configure EtherChannel
2.38 EtherChannel Load Balancing
2.39 Demo – Load Balancing EtherChannel
2.40 Module 02 Review
➤ Module 03: Spanning Tree
3.1 Review STP
3.2 Types of STP
3.3 STP Operation (eNotes)
3.4 BPDU (eNotes)
3.5 Types of BPDUs
3.6 Electing the Root Bridge
3.7 Root Bridge (eNotes)
3.8 STP Transition States
3.9 PVST
3.10 Demo – Verify PVST
3.11 Influencing the Root Bridge Election
3.12 Changing Cost and Priority (eNotes)
3.13 STP Path Manipulation
3.14 Demo – STP Path Manipulation
3.15 STP Convergence Time
3.16 RSTP Port States
3.17 Change of Port States
3.18 STP Toolkit
3.19 STP Security
3.20 UplinkFast (eNotes)
3.21 BackboneFast (eNotes)
3.22 UplinkFast
3.23 BackboneFast
3.24 PortFast and BPDU Guard (eNotes)
3.25 BPDU Filter
3.26 Root Guard
3.27 Demo – PortFast and BPDU Guard
3.28 Unidirectional Problems (eNotes)
3.29 Loop Guard
3.30 Alternative to Loop Guard
3.31 Flex Links
3.32 Flex Links (eNotes)
3.33 What is MST
3.34 MST Design (eNotes)
3.35 MST
3.36 Migrating to MST
3.37 Module 03 Review
➤ Module 04: Inter-VLAN Routing
4.1 Router on a Stick
4.2 Demo – Router on a Stick
4.3 Pros and Cons of an External Router
5.4 Using an MLS
4.5 SVI (eNotes)
4.6 Routed Switch Ports
4.7 Demo – SVI
4.8 L3 Switch Interface (eNotes)
4.9 Requirements for an SVI
4.10 EtherChannel on L3
4.11 Module 04 Review
➤ Module 05: Advanced Switch Configuration Options
5.1 First: Time Setting
5.2 Demo – Setting the Clock Manually
5.3 NTP
5.4 NTP Modes
5.5 Example Setup (eNotes)
5.6 Demo – Configure NTP
5.7 Hierarchy Options of NTP
5.8 Demo – Securing NTP
5.9 NTP Versions
5.10 SNTP
5.11 Overview of SNMP
5.12 Versions of SNMP
5.13 SNMP Best Practices
5.14 Steps to Configure SNMPv3
5.15 Demo – Configure SNMPv3
5.16 What is Cisco IP SLA?
5.17 GET IOS IP SLA Diagram (eNotes)
5.18 IP SLA Source/Responder
5.19 SLA (eNotes)
5.20 Demo – SLA Configuration
5.21 SLA Operation with Responder (eNotes)
5.22 Responder Time Stamps
5.23 Demo – Configuring SLA Responder
5.24 Introducing SPAN
5.25 Terminology
5.26 Remote SPAN
5.27 Simple Steps to Configure SPAN
5.28 Steps to Configure RSPAN
5.29 Benefits of a Virtual Switch Chassis
5.30 Introducing StackWise
5.31 StackWise (eNotes)
5.32 Benefits of StackWise
5.33 Switch Supervisors
5.34 Supervisor Redundancy Modes
5.35 Introducing VSS
5.36 VSS Benefits
5.37 Module 05 Review
➤ Module 06: L3 FHRP
6.1 The Need for FHRP (eNotes)
6.2 Example of FHRP (eNotes)
6.3 HSRP – Topology (eNotes)
6.4 Configuration of HSRP (eNotes)
6.5 Demo – Configuring HSRP
6.6 What is HSRP Pre-empt
6.7 HSRP State Transition
6.8 HSRP State Transitions
6.9 STP and HSRP
6.10 Can You Load Share?
6.11 Interface Tracking
6.12 Tracking Objects (eNotes)
6.13 Demo – Configuring Tracking
6.14 Tracking Objectives
6.15 Authentication
6.16 HSRP Timers
6.17 HSRP Versions
6.18 What is VRRP
6.19 VRRP (eNotes)
6.20 Demo – Configuring VRRP
6.21 VRRP Settings
6.22 VRRP Authentication
6.23 VRRP Tracking
6.24 Summary
6.25 Introducing GLBP
6.26 GLBP Roles
6.27 GLBP Election
6.28 Overview of GLBP (eNotes)
6.29 GLBP Load Sharing
6.30 Module 06 Review
➤ Module 07: Security
7.1 Security Issues
7.2 Switch Security
7.3 Best Practice
7.4 Rogue Devices
7.5 Attacks on Switches
7.6 MAC Flooding (eNotes)
7.7 Port Security (eNotes)
7.8 Demo – Port Security
7.9 Port-Errors
7.10 Port Based ACL
7.11 Storm Control
7.12 Demo – Storm Control
7.13 AAA Framework
7.14 Types of Authentication
7.16 RADIUS and TACACS+ (eNotes)
7.17 Demo – Configuring TACACS/RADIUS
7.18 Limitations of Both
7.19 Identity Based Networks
7.20 802.1X
7.21 802.1X (eNotes)
7.22 Configuring 802.1X
7.23 DHCP Spoofing Attacks (eNotes)
7.24 Cisco DHCP Snooping (eNotes)
7.25 IP Source Guard
7.26 ARP Spoofing (eNotes)
7.27 DAI
7.28 Switch Spoofing
7.29 VLAN Hopping
7.30 VACLs
7.31 Why PVLANs (eNotes)
7.32 PVLAN Port Types
7.33 Protected Ports
7.34 Module 07 Review
7.35 Course Closure
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