This internationally recognized CISCO CCNA course and certification training program provides students with the essential knowledge to install, configure and operate simple routed LANs/WANs and obtain Cisco CCNA certification training. Trainee will gain knowledge of LAN switched networks made up of CISCO equipment. The Program is a focused coverage of Cisco router configuration procedures, which will be mapped to exam objective and prepare you for Cisco exam 640-802.


This training will benefit your undergraduate engineers with complete grip on networking tools before they step-in market, which will definitely capture the attention of those who wish to hire fresh graduates in their technical fields. It will provide necessary experience for successful system diagnostics, repairing and commissioning. Fully functional application programs are used as a baseline for the participant to understand key process flow information, diagnostics tools, and repair techniques.


Upon completion of this course, the participant shall be able to:

  • Identify and maintain the components of the OSI and TCIP/IP models and their associated protocols.

  • Interpretation of the network diagrams

  • Differentiate between LAN/WAN operation and failures

  • Configure and verify basic router operation and Cisco devices

  • Configure, verify and troubleshoot a switch and VLANS and interswitch communications

  • Implement and verify WLAN links

  • Describe IPV6 addresses

Course Outline

The major topics to be covered are:

1. Networking Fundamentals,
Information on current and emerging internetworking technologies, including:

  • Open Systems Interconnect (OSI) reference model

  • Binary numbers

  • Hexadecimal numbers

  • Address classes

  • Internet Protocol (IP) addressing and sub netting

  • Protocols

  • Standards

2. Routing Protocols and Concepts
Practical skills required to verify and troubleshoot basic router configurations. Includes:

  • Router configuration
  • Distance vector and link state routing protocols
  • Switching methods
  • Hub technology
  • Basic flow control methods
  • Layer 2 data link addressing
  • Layer 3 Internet Protocol (IP) addressing

3. LAN Switching and Wireless

  • Routing techniques.
  • Local Area Networks (LANs.)
  • Virtual Local Area Networks (VLANs) design, configuration and maintenance
  • LAN configuration
  • Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
  • Access Control Lists (ACLs)
  • Internetwork Packet Exchange (IPX) protocols,
  • Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (IGRP)
  • Network troubleshooting

4. Accessing the WAN
Wider Area Network (WAN) topics, including:

  • Frame encapsulation
  • Signaling standards
  • WAN design
  • Point-to-Point (PPP)
  • Integrated Services Data Networks (ISDN)
  • Frame relay and network management

5. VoIP (Voice over IP):

  • Protocols
  • Adoptions in market
  • PSTN and mobile network providers
  • Configuration
  • Uses

6. NAT (Network address translation):

  • Methodology
  • Basic of NAT
  • Types
  • Implementation