Course: CCNA Routing and Switching (exam 200-125)

As low as

$529.00
$640.09 incl. vat

1 x Course: CCNA Routing and Switching (exam 200-125)   +
$529.00
$640.09 incl. vat

$529.00
$640.09 incl. vat

duration: 97 hours |

Language: English (US) |

access duration: 180 days

In this CCNA training course you will be ready to achieve the Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching exam. This certficate indicates that you can deploy, manage and configure an Cisco network. Among subjects that covered are introduction of Cisco IOS, network protocols, manage routers, internet, transportk, application layers, security, troubleshooting, wireless LAN's, routering, adressering, implemenation DHCP and RIPv2, using protocols such ase STP and HSRP, configuration and implementation STP, troubleshooting IPv4 and IPv6 networks, introduction Dynamic Routing protocols and far more. Alongside multimedia training resources the course includes interactive questions and labs in which your knowledge is tested regularly.

Result

After completing this course you will be ready to manage a Cisco network. You are also prepared to complete your 200-125 certification exam successfully.

Prerequisites

You have basic knowledge of networking.

Target audience

Network Administrator

CCENT - Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (exam 100-105)

57 hours

CCENT: Overview of Networking

Course_Description=<p>Networks are the basic interconnections for all computing devices. Explore network fundamentals.</p> <p> </p> TargetAudience= Duration=00:31

CCENT: OSI Model

Course_Description=<p>The Open System Interconnection (OSI) model divides network communication into seven layers. Explore the seven layers of the OSI model.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:22

CCENT: TCP/IP Model

Course_Description=<p>Discover the TCP/IP networking model, which is used in the majority of LAN networks and on the Internet, and explore the two foundational transport layer protocols - TCP and UDP.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:02

CCENT: Network Components, Topologies, and Architecture

Course_Description=<p>Discover the key network components that you'll find within a network, the common design strategies for topologies, and the key network architecture basics required to configure a functional Enterprise internetwork.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:09

CCENT: Network Cabling

Course_Description=<p>Explore the different networking cables, such as fiber and copper cables, technicians may encounter while working.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=00:35

CCENT: IPv4 Addressing Part 1

Course_Description=<p>Each device belonging to a network is assigned a unique IP address by which it can be identified. Explore IPv4 addressing, including its limitations.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=00:57

CCENT: IPv4 Addressing Part 2

Course_Description=<p>Each device belonging to a network is assigned a unique IP address by which it can be identified. Explore IPv4 addressing, including its limitations.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:02

CCENT: Subnetting Part 1

Course_Description=<p>Subnetting has several benefits, including achieving more efficient use of address space, increasing security through segmentation, and decreasing the size of collision and broadcast domains. Explore how to easily subnet networks.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=00:52

CCENT: Subnetting Part 2

Course_Description=<p>Subnetting has several benefits, including achieving more efficient use of address space, increasing security through segmentation, and decreasing the size of collision and broadcast domains. Explore how to easily subnet networks.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:24

CCENT: IPv6 Addressing

Course_Description=<p>IPv6 overcomes the limitations of IPv4 by providing more than enough globally unique IP addresses to accommodate every device in the world. Explore IPv6 features, address types, and allocation.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:21

CCENT: Initial Device Configuration

Course_Description=<p>When installing new Cisco devices on a network, they need to be configured to work properly. Explore initial switch and router configuration.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:30

CCENT: IPv4 Configuration

Course_Description=<p>Explore the different configuration options that are part of IPv4 addressing and explore some basic troubleshooting techniques.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:11

CCENT: IPv6 Configuration

Course_Description=<p>Explore IPv6 address configuration including enabling unicast routing, manually assigning IPv6 addresses, and ways to verify the interface.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=00:59

CCENT: Troubleshooting Methodologies

Course_Description=<p>Troubleshooting methodologies provide a variety of approaches. Explore how to determine which techniques are best suited for your configuration scenario.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:26

CCENT: Overview of Cisco Devices

Course_Description=<p>Explore the physical components of Cisco devices - the internal integrated parts provided in some devices, versus the interchangeable options included for others, allowing the addition of further functionality.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:10

CCENT: Switching Functions

Course_Description=<p>Discover fundamental concepts like broadcast and collision domains, the difference between hubs and switches, and how MAC address tables are populated as data moves through the switch device.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:25

CCENT: Discovering Ethernet

Course_Description=<p>Ethernet data packets rely on a payload called frames to define how bits are transmitted and received over a network. Explore the Ethernet frame header and the information it provides.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=00:49

CCENT: Troubleshooting Interfaces and Cables

Course_Description=<p>Cabling-related settings need to be configured properly in order to ensure device connectivity and interface stability. Explore the configuration and troubleshooting of speed, duplex, MDIX, and auto interface settings.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:03

CCENT: VLAN Configuration

Course_Description=<p>VLANs are logically separated broadcast domains created through switching technology that provide a means of creating network security zones. Explore network design and how VLANs are used to enhance network operations.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:29

CCENT: Interswitch Connectivity

Course_Description=<p>A switch's port can either function as a regular access port or it can be used as a trunk port and used to connect to another switch. Discover how these port types and trunks are configured, and how VLAN traffic is impacted.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:19

CCENT: Discovery Protocols

Course_Description=<p>Managing network devices involves many protocols. Explore technologies used in the management and discovery of network devices.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=00:24

CCENT: Port Security

Course_Description=<p>Explore port-security concepts, such as the different violation modes, the need for "switchport port-security", and how to configure a recovery from a violation.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=00:51

CCENT: Functions of Routing

Course_Description=<p>Routers allow network devices to communicate beyond their local area network (LAN), providing inter-network connectivity. Explore routing, including components, functionality, the routing table, routing protocols, and path selection.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:36

CCENT: InterVLAN Routing

Course_Description=<p>VLANs on a single switch cannot directly communicate without a router. Discover how to configure a Layer 3 device to allow traffic to traverse multiple VLANs.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=00:50

CCENT: Static Routing

Course_Description=<p>Routing allows data to be transmitted across networks from source to destination. Optimal routes can be determined by using dynamic routing protocols or by static configuration. Explore the implementation of static routes.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=00:57

CCENT: RIPv2 Configuration

Course_Description=<p>Although static routing can work for a smaller network, ultimately, dynamic routing is the way to handle routing. Explore dynamic routing using the RIPv2 protocol over IPv4.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:35

CCENT: DNS Configuration

Course_Description=<p>DNS is critical to the internet and required for finding websites or even individual devices or servers. Explore DNS, how it works, and how to configure both a server and client device.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=00:58

CCENT: DHCP Configuration

Course_Description=<p>DHCP can be used to replace static client IP and network configuration on clients where a static IP is not required. Explore DHCP, how to configure a router to provide the service, and how to configure clients.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=00:51

CCENT: NTP Configuration

Course_Description=<p>Synchronizing time between systems is important for meeting many legal obligations. The Network Time Protocol was designed to do this. Discover how to configure an NTP server and configure clients to use the service.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=00:57

CCENT: Access Control Lists Part 1

Course_Description=<p>Securing the network, especially at the perimeter, is a critical part of network administration. Discover how to use Access Control Lists to permit or deny access to network resources.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:00

CCENT: Access Control Lists Part 2

Course_Description=<p>Securing the network, especially at the perimeter, is a critical part of network administration. Discover how to use Access Control Lists to permit or deny access to network resources.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=00:53

CCENT: NAT Configuration

Course_Description=<p>Network address translation is a process for allowing client systems to access the internet without their own dedicated routable IP. Discover how to configure and use NAT.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:22

CCENT: Device Management

Course_Description=<p>From initial configuration to hardening, all devices require periodic maintenance, recovery, or security hardening. Explore the basics of hardening and maintaining a router.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:03

CCENT: Device Hardening

Course_Description=<p>From initial configuration to hardening, all devices require periodic maintenance, recovery, or security hardening. Explore the basics of hardening and maintaining a router.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:28

CCENT: Subnetting Practice

Course_Description=<p>Work through the logic of tackling exam questions about subnetting.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=00:45

CCNA - Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 2 (exam 200-105)

40 hours

ICND2 3.0: Implementing VLANs

Course_Description=<p>VLANs provide several benefits, including providing flexible design that's not defined by physical location and the ability to segment broadcast domains to reduce overhead and increase security. Examine how to configure VLANs.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:12

ICND2 3.0: Trunking Overview

Course_Description=<p>Trunk links provide VLAN identification for frames traveling between switches. Explore the concept of trunking.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:06

ICND2 3.0: Configuring Trunking

Course_Description=<p>Explore the concept of trunking and the tasks required to configure and verify them.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=00:56

ICND2 3.0: Spanning Tree Overview

Course_Description=<p>Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) identifies and terminates redundant links to provide a loop-free network. Explore STP operations.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:34

ICND2 3.0: Spanning Tree Configuration and Verification

Course_Description=<p>Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) identifies and terminates redundant links to provide a loop-free network. Examine STP configuration.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=00:53

ICND2 3.0: PortFast and BPDU guard

Course_Description=<p>PortFast and Bridge Protocol Data Unit (BPDU) guard are Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) enhancements that improves network reliability, manageability, and security. Discover how to configure PortFast and BPDU guard.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=00:31

ICND2 3.0: Configuring EtherChannel

Course_Description=<p>Discover the benefits of EtherChannel and learn how to configure it.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:12

ICND2 3.0: Switch Aggregation and Threat Mitigation

Course_Description=<p>Being able to meet your network's demands is essential in managing secure and highly available networks. Explore switch aggregation and threat mitigation.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:02

ICND2 3.0: InterVLAN Routing

Course_Description=<p>Discover the need for InterVLAN routing in modern day network deployments and explore the concepts and configuration of InterVLAN routing.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=00:48

ICND2 3.0: Routing Protocols

Course_Description=<p>Explore the characteristics and behaviors of different interior gateway protocols so you will be able to identify which one aligns best to your needs. </p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:42

ICND2 3.0: OSPFv2 Operations

Course_Description=<p>Explore the characteristics and behaviors of OSPFv2 and how it can be used to build large scale routing domains.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:02

ICND2 3.0: Configuring OSPFv2

Course_Description=<p>OSPF is a highly flexible and versatile routing protocol. Examine the configuration and verification of an OSPFv2 deployment.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=00:54

ICND2 3.0: Configuring Multiarea OSPFv2

Course_Description=<p>Discover how to configure multiarea OSPFv2 and explore the differences between single-area and multiarea OSPFv2.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:38

ICND2 3.0: Configuring and Verifying OSPFv3

Course_Description=<p>OSPFv3 is a link-state routing protocol that expands on the functionality of OSPFv2, including support for IPv6. Explore the OSPFv3 routing protocol, including how to configure it and verify the configuration.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=00:58

ICND2 3.0: Implementing EIGRP

Course_Description=<p>Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) is an advanced distance-vector routing protocol developed by Cisco. Learn about its features, feasible and reported distances, and how it calculates metrics.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:33

ICND2 3.0: Configuring and Verifying EIGRP

Course_Description=<p>Building scalable routed networks requires dynamic routing protocols like EIGRP. Learn how to configure and modify EIGRP, as well as how to verify your configurations.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:28

ICND2 3.0: Wide Area Networks Using GRE and eBGP

Course_Description=<p>A WAN is a network that spans large geographical areas and interconnects smaller networks, such as LANs. Increase your knowledge of connecting global networks by learning about GRE tunnels, inter-domain routing, and eBGP.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=00:57

ICND2 3.0: WAN Topologies and Connectivity

Course_Description=<p>Today's networks span across the globe. To connect different geographical locations, you need to implement a wide area network. Build your foundational knowledge of WANs by learning about topologies, connectivity options, VPNs, and devices.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:06

ICND2 3.0: Infrastructure Services

Course_Description=<p>Examine how HSRP and cloud computing can greatly enhance networks.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:01

ICND2 3.0: QoS Overview

Course_Description=<p>Explore the need for QoS, and the various features, tools, and mechanisms that it offers.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=00:35

ICND2 3.0: Configuring ACLs

Course_Description=<p>An access control list (ACL) is a programmed statement used to permit or deny network traffic based on specified criteria. Explore ACL types, how they operate, and their configuration.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:42

ICND2 3.0: SNMP Monitoring

Course_Description=<p>Explore SNMP, a standard protocol for managing and monitoring network devices.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=00:30

ICND2 3.0: Device Monitoring, Management, and Programmability

Course_Description=<p>Networks are continually evolving, which is something that you need to embrace. This will help you implement the most secure, scalable, highly-available, and cost efficient networks. Explore device management tools.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:01

ICND2 3.0: Troubleshooting Connectivity

Course_Description=<p>As a network administrator, it's vital to be able to troubleshoot network connectivity issues. Learn how to troubleshoot with SPAN, IP SLA, and other tools.</p> TargetAudience= Duration=01:21

We offer several optional training products to enhance your learning experience. If you are planning to use our training course in preperation for an official exam then whe highly recommend using these optional training products to ensure an optimal learning experience. Sometimes there is only a practice exam or/and practice lab available.

Optional practice exam (trial exam)

To supplement this training course you may add a special practice exam. This practice exam comprises a number of trial exams which are very similar to the real exam, both in terms of form and content. This is the ultimate way to test whether you are ready for the exam. 

Optional practice lab

To supplement this training course you may add a special practice lab. You perform the tasks on real hardware and/or software applicable to your Lab. The labs are fully hosted in our cloud. The only thing you need to use our practice labs is a web browser. In the LiveLab environment you will find exercises which you can start immediatelyThe lab enviromentconsist of complete networks containing for example, clients, servers,etc. This is the ultimate way to gain extensive hands-on experience. 

Why OnlineITCourses.com?

Via ons opleidingsconcept bespaar je tot 80% op trainingen

Start met leren wanneer je wilt. Je bepaalt zelf het gewenste tempo

Spar met medecursisten en profileer je als autoriteit in je vakgebied.

Ontvang na succesvolle afronding van je cursus het officiële certificaat van Icttrainingen.nl

Krijg inzicht in uitgebreide voortgangsinformatie van jezelf of je medewerkers

Kennis opdoen met interactieve e-learning en uitgebreide praktijkopdrachten door gecertificeerde docenten

Orderproces

Once we have processed your order and payment, we will give you access to your courses. If you still have any questions about our ordering process, please refer to the button below.

frequently asked quesions

What is included?

Duration 97 hours
Language English (US)
Certificate of participation Yes
Online access 180 days
Monitor Progress Yes
Award Winning E-learning Yes
Examination possibleYes
Mobile ready Yes

Also included in world's #1 eLearning portal

Sharing knowledge Unlimited access to our IT professionals community
Study advice Our consultants are here for you to advice about your study career and options
Study materials Certified teachers with in depth knowledge about the subject.
Platform Access to our platform.
Service World's best service

Life Long Learning

Follow multiple courses? Read more about our Life Long Learning concept

read more

Contact us

Need training advise? Contact us!


contact