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Our CCNA courses enable you to install, configure, operate and troubleshoot routed and switched networks. Our CCNA training includes TCP/IP/Addressing and Routing, Extended switched networks with VLANS and many more.
Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Routing and Switching is a certification program for entry-level network engineers that helps maximize your investment in foundational networking knowledge. Imagine having the necessary skill and knowledge to fix a configuration problem not solved by an outsourced worker.
The ROUTE section will allow you to understand the fundamentals of routing and the importance of routing protocols. That old and outdated routing protocol RIPv2 you’re using to connect the Johannesburg and Cape Town branches, can now officially be replaced by EIGRP; Cisco’s own proprietary protocol optimized for faster communication. There’s also OSPF as an additional option for configuration and implementation. Having desktop clients all using resources from the server room is simplified with using switches, which you’ll learn of in the SWITCH section.
Learning about VTP and STP to assist in preventing switching loops in the network is every network technicians dream tool to have, and this course can give him this edge above his peers. Don’t forget about the old and trustworthy Frame-Relay technology which most telecoms companies still use for long distance communications, a very sought after skill in all countries. CCNA provide students with a basic foundation in networking. Students who are able to successfully complete this portion of the program are able to obtain Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification.
This course is ideal for the junior network technician who is about to embark on an exploration of a new and exciting network frontier who can build himself a career by starting with the CCNA track. For those who also have an outdated CCNA certification, doing our ccna course can function as a refresher for those that are slightly out of touch with current technologies as well. Most SME companies recommend their network technicians be CCNA certified rather than just having an N+ certification.
Those interested in becoming: • Technicians • Network administrators • Cisco certified engineers • Support staff who install, manage, configure and support networks
Job Title: Network Engineer
The Network Engineer will be in charge and held responsible for the daily support of the network. He will be responsible for the management and maintenance of networking equipment, such as routers and switches and the network including circuits, infrastructure and resolution of service incidents alongside identification and delivery of service improvement initiatives. Responsibility for network security will be an addition to the pool of tasks.
Module 1: Planning Maintenance for Complex Networks
Module 2: Planning Troubleshooting Processes
Module 3: Maintenance and Troubleshooting Tools and Applications
Module 4: Maintaining and Troubleshooting