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  • Computerized classrooms with LCD screens
  • A highly valuable PGDCA certificate from organization with a privilege for direct entry to MCA, MSc (IT/CS) 2nd year.
  • 100% placement assistance plus in depth course coverage.
  • Our certificates can be registered with employment exchange.
  • Teaching by more than 10 years experienced faculties handled 100 of batches.
  • Training can be given in both English and Telugu media.
  • Free Internet training and browsing for all students. Theory and practical training as per curriculum of engineering subjects of the university.
  • In addition, exactly designed course material, exclusive programs with solutions.

C C N A


  • Part 1: NETWORK BASICS
  • About Computer Networks
  • What is a computer network?
  • Computer network topologies
  • Simplex, half duplex and full duplex communication modes
  • Carrier Sense Multiple Access / Collision Detection (CSMA / CD) protocol
  • Part 2: Numbering systems
  • Decimal, hexadecimal and binary numbering systems
  • How to convert from binary to decimal
  • How to convert from decimal to binary
  • How to convert between hexadecimal and binary
  • How to convert between hexadecimal and decimal
  • Part 3: TCP/IP and OSI suit
  • TCP/IP layers
  • Data encapsulation process
  • OSI model layers
  • Part 4: Network Interface Layer
  • Ethernet protocol in the physical layer
  • UTP cabling
  • ‘Hub’, a device working in the physical layer
  • Ethernet protocol in the data link layer
  • What is the MAC address?
  • ‘Switch’, a device working in the data link layer
  • Collision domain
  • Part 5: Internetworking Layer
  • IP (Internet Protocol)
  • Network IP?
  • Broadcast IP?
  • Unicast, multicast and broadcast communication
  • P header‘Router’, a device working in the internetworking layer Broadcast domain
  • Part 6: Subnet Mask and Subnetting
  • Subnet mask
  • Subnet mask examples
  • Subnetting
  • Part 7: Network Infrastructure
  • NIC settings
  • Default gateway
  • DHCP sever
  • ARP
  • ICMP
  • Part 8: Transport and Application Layers
  • Transport layer protocols (TCP and UDP)
  • Application layer protocols
  • Part 9: NETWORK CONFIGURATION
  • Cisco IOS, The Router Device
  • LAN and WAN interfaces
  • The router’s hardware
  • Booting up a router
  • Part 10: Cisco IOS, The CLI Commands
  • CLI (Command Line Interface) modes
  • Privileged mode commands, ‘show’ command
  • Privileged mode commands, network connectivity
  • Privileged mode commands, backing up and restoring processes
  • Global configuration mode commands
  • Specific configuration modes
  • CDP (Cisco Discovery Protocol)
  • Part 11: Routing Protocols
  • Routing protocols basics
  • Static routing
  • Dynamic routing
  • Distance vector routing
  • Routing loops
  • Part 12: RIP Routing Protocol
  • RIP is a classful routing protocol
  • RIPv2 (RIP version 2)
  • IGRP routing protocol
  • Part 13: OSPF Routing Protocol
  • OSPF neighbors and adjacencies in a LAN
  • OSPF configuration
  • DR election
  • Part 14: EIGRP Routing Protocol
  • EIGRP configuration
  • Administrative Distance (AD)
  • Default route
  • Part 15: Switch Operation
  • Switch operation and characteristics
  • Switch ‘layer 2’ functions
  • Port security
  • Part 16: Virtual LAN (VLAN)
  • Virtual LAN (VLAN) characteristics
  • VLAN switch port membership
  • Virtual LAN (VLAN) configuration
  • Routing between VLANs
  • VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP)
  • Part 17: Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
  • STP operation
  • STP port states
  • STP port fast
  • ‘RSTP’, ‘PVSTP+’ and ‘PVRST+’
  • Part 3 ADVANCED TOPICS
  • Part 18: Security
  • Security threats
  • Security threats mitigation
  • Access Control List (ACL)
  • NAT (Network Address Translation)
  • Static NAT, dynamic NAT and PAT
  • Part 19: Wide Area Networks (WAN)
  • Wide Area Network (WAN) basics
  • WAN connection types
  • HDLC and PPP protocols
  • PPP configuration
  • Frame Relay (FR)
  • FR congestion control
  • FR configuration
  • Part 20: Wireless LAN
  • Wireless LAN basics
  • AP configuration
  • Part 21: IPv6
  • IPv6 basics
  • IPv6 addressing
  • IPv6 address configuration
  • IPv6 address types
  • IPv6 Routing protocols
  • Migration from IPv4 to IPv6

This course duration is 1 month. For more details about this course please contact us