Best CCNA Training in Dhaka

Best CCNA Training in Dhaka

CSL Training provides reputed networking product manufacturer CISCO CCNA Training. Cisco Certified Network Associate v3.0 (CCNA 200-301) is a 150-minute exam associated with the new CCNA certification. This exam tests a candidate’s acquired knowledge and skills related to IP network fundamentals, network access technologies, IP connectivity, IP services, and security fundamentals, and newly added automation and programmability concepts. The course, Implementing and Administering Cisco Solutions (CCNA Training), helps candidates prepare for this exam and in-depth technology in the practical lab environment. The following topics are general guidelines for a network professional who wants to become Cisco certified professionals. CSL Training designed the course 40% theory and 60% lab topics based. There are 20+ cisco devices available to complete 30+ CCNA lab topics. After completing the course, you will get a chance to sit the CCNA vendor exam. CSL Training will guide up to your passing success. So, We believe that you will get better CCNA Training from our institution.

Course Objectives (CCNA Training )

  • Network Fundamentals
  • Network Access Technologies
  • IP (IPv4 & IPv6) Connectivity
  • IP Services (ACL, HSRP, EtherChannel, DHCP, NAT, DNS)
  • Security Fundamentals
  • Network Automation and Programmability
  • Implementing Network Device Security
  • Network Device Management

Target Audience (CCNA Course)

  • IT Professional
  • Network Professional
  • Network Support Engineer
  • Network Admin
  • System Engineer
  • Network Product Pre-sales engineer

Course Pre-requisite (CCNA Training)

  • Basic Computer Knowledge
  • Data Communication Systems
  • Networking Fundamental
  • Computer Networking Components
  • OSI References Model
  • TCP/IP Protocols

Course Duration (CCNA Training )

Introduction

1
CCNA 200-301 Introduction
2
The Study Plan of CCNA 200-301
3
Recommended Training and Exam Guide Lines
4
Why Need CCNA for Network Professionals

How we will complete this course

1
Class Theory and Lab Ratio
2
Cisco Packet Tracer and GNS3 Introduction
3
Required Devices and Topologies for CCNA Courses

How to Host Communications

1
Host to Host Communications introduction
2
Very Basic Introduction to Networking
3
Open Systems Interconnection OSI Model Overview
4
The TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol Internet Protocol)Protocol
5
The Upper OSI Layer
6
The Lower OSI Layer

The Cisco IOS Operating System

1
The IOS / Cisco Operating System Introduction
2
Initial Connection to a Cisco Device
3
Navigating the Cisco IOS Operating System Part 1 and Part 2
4
IOS Configuration Management
5
The IOS Operating System -Lab Exercise

OSI Layer-4 The Transport Layer

1
OSI Layer-4 The Transport Layer Introduction
2
The Transport Layer Header , TCP and UDP

OSI Layer-3 The Network Layer

1
OSI Layer-3 The Network Layer Introduction
2
The IP Header
3
The Unicast , Broadcast and Multicast Traffic
4
Converting from Decimal to Binary
5
IPv4 Address
6
Calculating an IPv4 Address in Binary
7
The Subnet Mask
8
Slash Notation

IP Address Classes

1
IP Address Classes Introduction
2
Class A IP Addresses
3
IP Addresses Classes B and C
4
IP Addresses Classes Dand E

Subnetting

1
Subnetting Introduction
2
Classless Inter Domain Routing (CIDR)
3
Subnetting Overview
4
Subnetting Class C Networks and VLSM
5
Subnetting Practise Question
6
VLSM Part 1 and Part 2
7
VLSM Large Network Part 1 and Part 2
8
Subnetting on the 4th Octet- Written Example
9
Subnetting on the 3rd Octet- Written Example
10
Private IP Address Part 1 and Part 2
11
Where to Get More Subnetting Practise
12
Additional Subnetting Practise Sites

OSI Layer-2 The Data Link Layer

1
OSI Layer-2 The Data Link Layer Introduction
2
Local Area Network Layer-2 Ethernet

OSI Layer-1 The Physical Layer

1
IP Address Classes Introduction
2
Class A IP Addresses
3
IP Addresses Classes B and C
4
IP Addresses Classes Dand E

Cisco Device Functions

1
Cisco Device Functions Introduction
2
Switches and Hubs
3
Switch Operations
4
Other Cisco Device
5
Routers Introduction
6
Cisco Device Functions- LAB Exercise

The Life of a Packet

1
The Life of a Packet Introduction
2
DNS The Domain Name System
3
DNS on Cisco Routers
4
ARP Address Resolution Protocol
5
ARP for Routed Traffic
6
The Life of a Packet Example Part 1 and Part 2
7
The LIfe of a Packet – Lab Exercise

Cisco Router and Switch Basic

1
Cisco Router and Switch Basic Introduction
2
Basic Router and Switch Configuration
3
The Set Up Wizard
4
Speed and Duplex Setting
5
CDP and LLDP
6
Basic Layer 1 and Layer 2 Troubleshooting
7
Basic Layer 1 and Layer 2 Troubleshooting LAB DEMO
8
Cisco Router and Switch Basics -LAB Exercise

Cisco Device Management

1
Cisco Device Management Introduction
2
The Boot Up Process
3
The Boot Up Process LAB DEMO
4
Factory Reset and Password Recovery
5
Password Recovery LAB DEMO
6
Backing up the System Image and Configuration
7
Upgrading IOS
8
Cisco Device Management – Lab Demo

Routing Fundamentals

1
Routing Fundamentals Introduction
2
Connected and Local Routes
3
Connected and Local Routes Lab Demo
4
Static Routes
5
Static Routes Lab Demo
6
Summarization and Default Routes
7
Summary Routes and Longest Prefix Match Lab Demo
8
Default Routes and Load Balancing Lab Demo
9
Lab: Routing Fundamentals-Lab Exercise

Dynamic Routing Protocols

1
Dynamic Routing Protocols Introduction
2
Dynamic Routing Protocols vs Static Routes
3
Dynamic Routing Protocols-Lab Demo
4
Routing Protocols Type
5
Routing Protocols Type-Lab Demo
6
Routing Protocols Metrics
7
Routing Protocols Metrics-Lab Demo
8
Equal Cost Multi Path
9
Equal Cost Multi Path – Lab Demo
10
Administrative Distance
11
Administrative Distance-Lab Demo
12
Loopback Interfaces
13
Adjacencies and Passive Interfaces
14
Adjacencies and Passive Interfaces Lab Demo
15
Dynamic Routing Protocols -Lab Exercise

Connectivity Troubleshooting

1
Connectivity Troubleshooting Introduction
2
Basic Connectivity Troubleshooting
3
Connectivity Troubleshooting-Lab Exercise

OSPF -Open Shortest Path First

1
OSPF Introduction
2
OSPF Characteristics
3
OSPF Basic Configuration
4
OSPF Basic Configuration Lab Demo
5
OSPF Advanced Topics
6
OSPF Advanced Topics-Lab Demo
7
Bandwidth vs Clock Rate and Speed
8
OSPF Cost Metric
9
OSPF Cost Metric-Lab Demo
10
OSPF Adjacencies
11
OSPF DR and BDR Designated Routers
12
OSPF DR and BDR-Lab Demo
13
OSPF Areas
14
OSPF Areas-Lab Demo
15
OSPF Configuration-Lab Exercise

VLANs Virtual Local Area Networks

1
VLAN Introduction
2
Campus
3
IP Addresses Classes B and C
4
IP Addresses Classes Dand E

VLANs Virtual Local Area Networks

1
Vlan Introduction
2
Campus Lan Design-Core , Distribution And Access Layer
3
Spine-Leaf Network Design
4
Why we have VLANs
5
VLAN Access Ports
6
VLAN Access Ports-Lab Demo
7
VLAN Trunk Ports
8
VLAN Trunk Ports-Lab Demo
9
Dynamic Trunking Protocol (DTP )
10
VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP )
11
VTP Lab Demo
12
VLAN Lab Exercise

Inter-VLAN Routing

1
Inter-VLAN Routing Introduction
2
Router with Separate Interfaces
3
Router with a Stick
4
Layer 3 Switch
5
Layer 3 Switch Lab Demo
6
VLAN and Inter-VLAN Routing Configuration-Lab Exercise

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)

1
DHCP Instruction
2
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
3
Cisco DHCP Server
4
External DHCP Server
5
Cisco DHCP Client
6
Windows , Mac and Linux client IP setting
7
DHCP Configuration- Lab Exercise

IP Services and Link Redundancy

1
Why need Network Redundancy
2
Network Redundancy Protocol and Applications
3
First Hop Redundancy Protocol (FHRP )
4
Hot Standby Routing Protocol (HSRP)
5
Gateway Load Balancing Protocl (GLBP)
6
Lab – HSRP Configuration

Spanning Tree Protocol (STP )

1
Spanning Tree Protocol Introduction
2
Layer 3 Path Selection and Loop Preventation Review
3
Why we have the Spanning Tree Protocol
4
Spanning Tree Terminology – The Bridge
5
How Spanning Tree Works
6
Spanning Tree Versions
7
Verification – Show spanning tree
8
Verification – Show Mac Address Table
9
Manipulating the Root Bridge Election
10
Spanning Tree and HSRP Alignment
11
Portfast , BPDU Gaurd and Root Gaurd
12
STP Troubleshooting – Lab Exercise
13
STP Configuration – Lab Exercise

EtherChannel Introduction

1
EtherChannel Introduction
2
Why need EtherChannel
3
Layer 2 EtherChannel vs Layer 3 EtherChannel
4
Etherchannel Protocols and Applications
5
EtherChannel working Procedures
6
Lab – EtherChannel Configuration
7
Lab Exercise – EtherChannel Configuration

Switch Security

1
Switch Security Introduction
2
DHCP Snooping
3
Dynamic ARP Inspection (DAI)
4
802.1X Identity Based Networking
5
Preventing Unauthorised Devices with Port Security
6
Preventing Unauthorised Devices with Port Security -Lab Demo
7
Locking Ports to Hosts with Port Security
8
Locking Ports to Hosts with Port Security – Lab Demo
9
Switch Security Configuration – Lab Exercise

Access Control Lists (ACLs)

1
Access Control Lists Introduction
2
Access Control Lists Overview
3
Standard , Extended and Named ACLs
4
ACL Syntax
5
ACL Operation
6
Numbered ACLs Lab Demo
7
Named ACLs Lab Demo
8
ACL Configuration – Lab Exercise

Network Address Translation (NAT)

1
Private IP and Public IP Review
2
Network Address Translation (NAT) Introduction ​
3
Static NAT Concepts
4
NAT Terminologies – Inside Local , Inside Global Outside Local , Outside Global
5
Lab: Static NAT Configure
6
Dynamic NAT Introduction
7
Why Need Dynamic NAT
8
Port Address Translation (PAT)
9
Lab – Port Address Translation (PAT)
10
NAT Configuration – Home Lab Exercise

IPv6 Addressing and Routing

1
IPv6 Addressing and Routing Introduction
2
Why we need IPv6
3
The IPv6 Address Format
4
IPv6 Global Unicast Addresses
5
IPv6 Global Unicast Addresses -Lab Demo
6
EUI-64 Addresses
7
Unique Local and Link Local Addresses
8
Link Local Addresses Lab Demo
9
SLAAC Stateless Address Auto Configuration
10
IPv6 Static Routes
11
IPv6 Static Routes -Lab Demo
12
IPv6 Static Routes Addressing and Routing Configuration – Lab Exercise

The Security Threat Landscape

1
The Security Threat Landscape Introduction
2
Common Attack
3
Firewalls and IDS/IPs
4
Firewalls vs Packet Filters
5
Cryptography
6
Transport Layer Security (TLS)
7
Site to Site Virtual Private Networks VPN
8
Remote Access VPN Virtual Private Networks VPN
9
Threat Defense Solutions

Cisco Device Security

1
Cisco Device Security Introduction
2
Line Level Security
3
Privileged Exec and Password Encryption
4
Line Level Security Lab Demo
5
Usernames and Privileged Levels
6
SSH Secure Shell
7
SSH Secure Shell Lab Demo
8
AAA Authentication , Authorization and Accounting
9
AAA Configuration
10
Global Security Best Practises
11
Global Security Best Practises Lab Demo
12
Cisco Device Security Configuration – Lab Exercise

Network Device Management

1
Network Device Management Introduction
2
Syslog
3
Terminal Monitor and Logging Synchronous
4
Syslog Lab Demo
5
Simple Network Management Protocol ( SNMP )
6
SNMP Lab Demo
7
SNMPv3 Configuration
8
SNMPv3 Lab Demo
9
Syslog vs SNMP
10
Network Device Management – Lab Exercise

Qos Quality of Service

1
Qos Introduction
2
Qos Overview
3
Classification and Making
4
Congestion Management
5
Policing and Shaping

Cloud Computing

1
Cloud Computing Introduction
2
Traditional IT Deployment Models
3
Defining Cloud Computing
4
Cloud Computing Case Study
5
Server Virtualization
6
Virtualizing Network Devices
7
Cloud Service Models
8
Cloud Deployment Models
9
Cloud Computing Advantages

Wireless Networking Fundamentals

1
Wireless Fundamentals Introduction
2
Wireless Network Types
3
Infrastructure Mode and Wireless Access Point
4
Wireless LAN Controllers and CAPWAP
5
Switch Configuration for wireless Networks
6
Wireless Channels and Redio Frequencies
7
Wireless Security
8
Switch Configuration for Wireless – Lab Demo
9
Wireless Networking Fundamentals -Lab Exercise

Network Automation and Programmability

1
Network Automation and Programmability Introduction
2
The Benifits of Network Automation and Programmability
3
Python , Git , GitHub , and CI-CD
4
Data Serialization Formats -XML , JSON and YAML
5
API-CRUD , REST, SOAP
6
Model Driven Programmability – YANG , NETCONF , RESTCONF and gRPC
7
Testing APIs with Postman -Lab Demo
8
Configuration Management Tools – Ansible , Puppet and Cheif
9
Ansible Network Automation -Lab Demo
10
Software Defined Networking (SDN)
11
Software Defined Architecture -Cisco DNA Center
12
Software Defined Architecture -Cisco SD Access
13
Software Defined Architecture -Cisco SD WAN
14
Further Automation Learning Resources

Be the first to add a review.

Please, login to leave a review
Add to Wishlist
Duration: 72 Hours
Lectures: 283
Video: 72 Hours
Level: Intermediate

Archive

Working hours

Monday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Tuesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Wednesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Thursday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Friday 9:30 am - 5.00 pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

Login Or Register