Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices (ICND) Intermediate
5 Days

This hands-on course provides a technical foundation to familiarize the student with Cisco technology or to become a Cisco Certified Network Associate. The course delivers essential information needed to pass CCNA certification, and also includes comprehensive hands-on reinforcement to ensure that you add skills and not just knowledge. If you are new to Cisco, ICND prepares you for the tasks you will face on the job.

GOALS—Upon completion of this class you will:
  • Interpret and create IP subnet masks
  • Interconnect networks using TCP/IP
  • Avoid redundant switching
  • Configure VLANs
  • Understand the function of spanning tree algorithms
  • Understand, code and test vector routing protocols
  • Understand the advantages/disadvantages of Link state routing protocols
  • Learn about and configure RIP
  • Learn how IGRP operates; Compare IGRP to EIGRP
  • Learn how to use VLSM
  • Explain how access lists can be configured on a router
  • Explain how NAT and PAT are configured
  • Understand how to configure a router for Point-to-point serial encapsulation
  • Configure PPP, CHAP, and PAP
  • Build WAN links using Frame Relay
  • Be able to explain the differences between ISDN’s BRI and PRI
  • Configure DDR across ISDN BRI

AUDIENCE is for those who have a firm background in data networking and are looking to achieve the first level of Cisco certification, the CCNA. Students without this background should first attend a TCP/IP Introduction class or an ICRC class.

ICND Course Outline

  1. Configuring Catalyst Switch Operations
    • Basic Layer 2 Switching and Bridging Functions
      • Ethernet Switches and Bridges
      • Transmitting Frames
      • MAC Address Table
        • Learning
        • Filtering
        • Forwarding
      • Broadcast and Multicast Frames
    • Redundant Topology Review
      • Redundant Topology
      • Broadcast Storms
      • Multiple Frame Copies
      • MAC Database Instability
    • Spanning Tree Protocol Overview
      • Spanning Tree Protocol Operation
      • Root Bridge Selection
      • STP Port States
      • STP Path Costs
      • STP Recalculation
      • STP Convergence
      • Rapid Spanning Tree
    • Configuring a Catalyst Switch
      • Default Configuration
      • Port Names
      • Configuring the IP Address
      • Configuring the Default Gateway
      • Duplex Overview
      • Managing the MAC Address Table
      • Port Security
      • Managing the Configuration File
  2. Extending Switched Networks using VLANs
    • VLAN Operation Overview
      • VLAN Overview
      • VLAN Membership Modes
      • 802.1q Trunking
      • Per-VLAN Spanning Tree
      • ISL Trunking
      • VTP
    • Configuring VLANs
      • VTP Configuration Guidelines
      • VTP Domain
      • 802.1q Trunking Limitations
      • Configuring 802.1q Trunking
      • Configuring ISL Trunking
      • Adding a VLAN
      • Modifying a VLAN
      • Verifying VTP Configuration
      • Verifying Trunks and VLANs
      • Verifying VTP
  3. Determining IP Routes
    • Routing Overview
      • What is Routing
      • Static vs. Dynamic Routes
      • Routed vs. Routing Protocols
      • Interior vs. Exterior Routing Protocols
      • Administrative Distance
      • Distance Vector vs. Link State
      • Classful vs. Classless
      • InterVLAN Routing
    • Distance Vector Routing
      • Metrics
      • Maintaining Routing Information
      • Inconsistent Routing Entries
      • Count to Infinity
      • Routing Loops
      • Split Horizon
      • Route Poisoning and Poison Reverse
      • Hold-down Timers
      • Triggered Updates
      • Distance Vector Operation
    • Link State and Balanced Hybrid Routing
      • Link State Algorithms
      • Benefits of Link State Routing
      • Caveats of Link State Routing
      • Drawbacks to Link State Routing
      • Balanced Hybrid Routing
    • Enabling RIP
      • RIP Oveview
      • RIP Configuration
      • Verifying RIP Configuration
        • Show ip protocols
        • Show ip route
        • Debug ip rip
    • Enabling IGRP
      • IGRP Composite Metric
      • IGRP Unequal Multiple Paths
      • Configuring IGRP
      • Verifying IGRP Configuration
        • Show ip protocols
        • Show ip route
        • Debug ip igrp transactions
        • Debug ip igrp events
    • Enabling EIGRP
      • EIGRP Terminology
      • Comparing EIGRP and IGRP
      • Configuring EIGRP
      • Verifying EIGRP Configuration
    • Enabling OSPF
      • OSPF Hierarchical Routing
      • Shortest Path First Algorithm
      • Configuring OSPF in a Single Area
      • Loopback Interfaces
      • Verifying OSPF Configuration
    • Variable Length Subnet Masks (VLSM)
      • What is VLSM
      • Calculating VLSM
      • What is Route Summarization
      • Route Summarization Operation
      • Discontiguous Networks
  4. Managing IP Traffic with Access Lists
    • Access Lists and Their Applications
      • Why Use Access Lists
      • Access List Applications
      • Types of Access Lists
        • Standard Access Lists
        • Extended Access Lists
      • Wildcard Masks
    • Configuring IP Access Lists
      • Access List Configuration Guidelines
      • Standard ACL Configuration
      • Extended ACL Configuration
      • Named ACL Configuration
      • VTY Access Lists
      • Where to Place Access Lists
      • Verifying and Monitoring Access Lists
    • Scaling the Network with NAT and PAT
      • NAT vs. PAT
      • Translating Inside Source Addresses
      • Static Translation
      • Enabling Static NAT
      • Configuring Dynamic Translation
      • Overloading
      • Displaying NAT Information
  5. Establishing Serial Point-to-Point Connections
    • Wide Area Networking Review
      • WAN Review
      • WAN Connection Types
      • WAN Service Providers
      • Serial Point-to-Point Connections
      • Typical WAN Encapsulation Protocols
    • Configuring Serial Point-to-Point Encapsulation
      • HDLC
      • Overview of PPP
      • PPP LCP
      • PPP Sessions
      • PPP Authentication Protocols
        • PAP
        • CHAP
      • Configuring PPP
      • Configuring PAP and CHAP
      • Verifying HDLC and PPP
  6. Establishing Frame Relay Connections
    • Frame Relay and Split Horizon
    • Signaling
    • FR and IARP
    • Configuring Sub interfaces
  7. Completing ISDN Calls
    • ISDN Access Options
    • Configuring ISDN BRI and PRI
    • Configuring Dial-on-Demand Routing
    • Troubleshooting ISDN

ICND Hands-On Labs

Lab 1: Initial Router and Switch Configuration
Configure classroom PCs and switches with basic IP configuration using switches and router IOS.
Lab 2: Network Management
Discover and manage neighboring Cisco using CDP and Telnet.
Lab 3: Ethernet Switching
Examine the Catalyst switches and configure VLANs to build a switched network.
Lab 4: Trunks, VTP, and STP
Configure switch interfaces to carry multiple VLANs. Examine how VTP propagates VLAN information and how STP breaks switching loops.
Lab 5: Understanding RIP Routing
Examine how the routers interact with each other across the classroom network.
Lab 6: IGRP
Change the classroom network from the RIP routing protocol to IGRP.
Lab 7: EIGRP
Change the classroom network from the IGRP routing protocol to EIGRP.
Lab 8: OSPF
Change the classroom network from the EIGRP routing protocol to OSPF.
Lab 9: Standard IP Access Lists
Configure standard IP access lists to block network traffic and control telnet into the routers.
Lab 10: PPP and CHAP
Change the router serial ports from HDLC to PPP using the CHAP authentication protocol.
Lab 11: Frame Relay
Change router serial ports from PPP to Frame Relay, and configure two virtual circuits across classroom network.



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