Labs on cloud
Network design has become a challenge in the last few years because modern networks are complex and they are critical to business operations. Today’s design engineers are tasked with responding to the internetworking industry’s constant and rapid changes by designing robust, reliable, and scalable networks. To achieve Cisco Certified Design Associate (CCDA) certification, the Cisco Designing for Cisco Internetwork Solutions (DESGN) exam is required. This module provides the knowledge and skills needed to attain associate-level competency in network design. The topics include all the areas covered under the 200-310 CCDA exam.
- Assigned project manager will manage this program. This person will drive the program from its registration stage to monitoring and tracking of the candidates’ performance.
- Curriculum is based on CISCO course outlines.
- The Instructor-led certified courses is designed for the CCDA candidates with an aim to build theoretical knowledge supplemented by ample hands-on lab exercises.
- Optimal balance of theory classes and practical labs every week to ensure maximum absorption of technology by participants.
- Customized tests at the end of course to be attempted by every participant.
- Stringent passing standards with progress report of each participant.
- Facility of Lab on cloud available. (based on booking).
- Repeating or lectures allowed (based on seat availability)
In order to perform the course goal, students should be able to fulfill the following tasks:
- Discuss methodology in network design.
- Describe how to structure and modularize the network design using the Cisco Enterprise
- Architecture Design the Enterprise Campus and Enterprise Data Center modules.
- Design the Remote Connectivity modules as needed.
- Design a network addressing plan and select a suitable routing protocol for a given network design.
- Evaluate security solutions for the network.
- Discuss the design implications of voice transport across the network.
- Discuss the design implications of wireless networking
- Module 1: Applying a Methodology to Network Design
- Module 2: Structuring and Modularizing the Network
- Module 3: Designing Basic Campus and Data Center Networks
- Module 4: Designing Remote Connectivity
- Module 5: Designing IP Addressing and Selecting Routing Protocols
- Module 6: Evaluating Security Solutions for the Network
- Module 7: Identifying Voice Networking Considerations
- Module 8: Identifying Wireless Networking Considerations
- Module 9: Implementing and Operating the Network Design
Describe the Methodology Used to Design a Network
- Describe developing business trends
- Identify network requirements to support the organization
- Describe the tools and process to characterize an existing network
- Describe the top-down approach to network design
- Describe network management protocols and features
- Describe Network Structure and Modularity
- Describe the network hierarchy
- Describe the modular approach in network design
- Describe network architecture for the enterprise
Design Basic Enterprise Campus Networks
- Describe campus design considerations
- Design the enterprise campus network
- Design the enterprise data center
- Describe enterprise network virtualization tools
Design Enterprise Edge and Remote Network Modules
- Describe the enterprise edge, branch, and teleworker design characteristics
- Describe physical and logical WAN connectivity
- Design branch office WAN solutions
- Describe access network solutions for a remote worker
- Design the WAN to support selected redundancy methodologies
- Identify design considerations for a remote data center
Design IP Addressing and Routing Protocols
- Describe IPv4 addressing
- Describe IPv6 addressing
- Identify routing protocol considerations in an enterprise network
- Design a routing protocol deployment
Design Network Services
- Describe the security lifecycle
- Identify Cisco technologies to mitigate security vulnerabilities
- Select appropriate Cisco security solutions and deployment placement
- Describe high-level voice and video architectures
- Identify the design considerations for voice and video services
- Describe Cisco Unified Wireless Network architectures and features
- Design a wireless network using controllers
Enroll for this course now and get ahead in your career.
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- The RST Forum reserves the right to cancel/postpone the class.
- Course schedule will be provided before commencement of the course.
- Certificate of participation will be awarded to participants with a minimum 90% attendance.
- All attendees are to observe the Copyright Law on intellectual properties such as software.
- and courseware from respective vendors.
- The RST Forum reserves the right to include external participants in the program either for the entire course or individual courses.
- The RST Forum reserves the right to change/alter the sequence of courses. RST FORUM published Book would be given at 50% discounted rate to the forum students.