Designing Cisco Networks

PT2613
Summary
This course will teach students basic network design theory. Through the use of case studies, the students will learn how to design a high-performance, scalable, secure network that meets a customer's specifications. The case studies step students through evaluating a customer's existing network, performing a needs-analysis with short-term and long-term goals in mind, and designing a network to meet those needs.
Prerequisites
Students taking this course should be familiar with basic internetworking terms and technologies. Students are encouraged to complete an Introduction to Data Communications course prior to taking Designing Cisco Networks.
Duration
3 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
This course is intended for individuals interested in the basics of network design.
Topics
  • Baseline the current network
  • Getting New Requirements
  • Topology Design
  • LAN and Campus Design
  • WAN Design
  • Designing the Network Layer
  • Routing Protocol Selection
  • Provisioning Router Software
  • Adding Network Management

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