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Americas Headquarters Asia Pacific Headquarters Europe Headquarters. Cisco Systems Inc Cisco Systems USA Pte Ltd Cisco Systems International BV. San Jose CA Singapore Amsterdam The Netherlands, Cisco has more than 200 offices worldwide Addresses phone numbers and fax numbers are listed on the Cisco Website at. www cisco com go offices, Cisco and the Cisco logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Cisco and or its affiliates in the U S and other countries To. view a list of Cisco trademarks go to this URL www cisco com go trademarks Third party trademarks mentioned are the property. of their respective owners The use of the word partner does not imply a partnership relationship between Cisco and any other. company 1110R, DISCLAIMER WARRANTY THIS CONTENT IS BEING PROVIDED AS IS CISCO MAKES AND YOU RECEIVE NO. WARRANTIES IN CONNECTION WITH THE CONTENT PROVIDED HEREUNDER EXPRESS IMPLIED STATUTORY OR IN. ANY OTHER PROVISION OF THIS CONTENT OR COMMUNICATION BETWEEN CISCO AND YOU CISCO SPECIFICALLY. DISCLAIMS ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY NON INFRINGEMENT AND. FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR ARISING FROM A COURSE OF DEALING USAGE OR TRADE PRACTICE. This learning product may contain early release content and while Cisco believes it to be accurate it falls subject to the. disclaimer above,2013 Cisco Systems Inc,Table of Contents. Course Management C 1,Course Description C 1,Curricula C 1.
Course Goal and Objectives C 2,Target Audiences C 2. Prerequisite Skills and Knowledge C 2,ICND1 ICND2 to CCNAX Module Mapping C 4. Course Instruction Details C 9,Instructor Certification Requirements C 9. Required Classroom Reference Materials C 10,Required Classroom Environment C 10. Detailed Course Flow C 11,Course Evaluation C 13,Evaluation Levels C 13.
Course Outlines C 15,High Level Course Outline C 15. Detailed Course Outline C 16,Course Introduction C 16. Module 1 Building a Simple Network C 16,Module 2 Establishing Internet Connectivity C 20. Module 3 Managing Network Device Security C 25,Module 4 Introducing IPv6 C 27. Module 5 Building a Medium Sized Network C 29,Module 6 Troubleshooting Basic Connectivity C 33.
Module 7 Wide Area Networks C 34, Module 8 Implementing an EIGRP Based Solution C 37. Module 9 Implementing a Scalable OSPF Based Solution C 39. Module 10 Network Device Management C 41,Lab Setup C 45. General Information C 45,Laboratory Topology Delivery C 46. Laboratory Topology C 46,Lab Topology Diagram Backbone Pod View C 46. Lab Topology Diagram Student Pod View C 47,Physical Laboratory Equipment C 47.
Physical Laboratory Software List C 47, Physical Laboratory Workstation Configuration C 48. Initial Physical Laboratory Build C 48,General Physical Laboratory Setup C 49. Lab Details C 51, Lab 1 1 Performing Switch Startup and Initial Configuration C 51. Lab 1 2 Troubleshooting Switch Media Issues C 54, Lab 2 1 Performing Initial Router Setup and Configuration C 56. Lab 2 2 Connecting to the Internet C 58, Lab 3 1 Enhancing the Security of the Initial Configuration C 60.
Lab 3 2 Device Hardening C 62,Lab 3 3 Filtering Traffic with ACLs C 64. Lab 4 1 Configure and Verify Basic IPv6 C 65, Lab 4 2 Configure and Verify Stateless Autoconfiguration C 67. Lab 4 3 Configure and Verify IPv6 Routing C 69, Lab 5 1 Configuring Expanded Switched Networks C 70. Lab 5 2 Configuring DHCP Server C 72,Lab 5 3 Troubleshooting VLANs and Trunks C 73. Lab 5 4 Optimizing STP C 76,Lab 5 5 Configuring EtherChannel C 78.
Lab 6 1 Troubleshooting IP Connectivity C 80, Lab 7 1 Configuring and Troubleshooting a Serial Connection C 82. Lab 7 2 Establishing a Frame Relay WAN C 83,Lab 7 3 Establishing a GRE Tunnel C 85. Lab 8 1 Implementing EIGRP C 87,Lab 8 2 Troubleshooting EIGRP C 89. Lab 8 3 Implementing EIGRP for IPv6 C 91,Lab 9 1 Implementing OSPF C 93. Lab 9 2 Configuring Multiarea OSPF C 94,Lab 9 3 Troubleshooting Multiarea OSPF C 96.
Lab 9 4 Configuring OSPF for IPv6 C 98,Lab 10 1 SNMP and Syslog Basic Configuration C 99. Lab 10 2 Analyzing NetFlow Data C 101, Lab 10 3 Managing Cisco Devices and Licensing C 102. ii Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Accelerated 2013 Cisco Systems Inc. Course Management,Course Description, The CCNA curriculum includes a third course Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Accelerated. CCNAX a derivative works course consisting of ICND1 and ICND2 content in its entirety but with the. content merged into a single course Overlapping content between ICND1 and ICND2 is eliminated and. content is rearranged for the purpose of the course flow. This course teaches learners how to install operate configure and verify a basic IPv4 and IPv6 network. including configuring a LAN switch configuring an IP router identifying basic security threats. understanding redundant topologies troubleshooting common network issues connecting to a WAN. configuring EIGRP and OSPF in both IPv4 and IPv6 understanding wide area network technologies and. getting familiar with device management and Cisco licensing CCNAX v2 0 is augmented by a virtual. classroom presentation which has additional slides and interactions for instructor use In addition to the. classic hardware based lab Cisco will offer a new set of Cisco Learning Lab Classroom Labs Learner will. encounter more troubleshooting and more lab time than with the previous version of CCNAX. Full Title of Course Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Accelerated. Course Acronym CCNAX,Course Version Number 2 0,New Course No. Replaces Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Accelerated v1 1. The course is used in the following curricula certifications or specializations. Cisco CCENT,Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching,Cisco CCDA.
Cisco CCNA Security,Cisco CCNA Voice,Cisco CCNA Wireless. Cisco CCNA Service Provider Operations,Cisco CCNP,Cisco CCDP. Course Goal and Objectives, Upon completing this course you will be able to meet these objectives. Describe network fundamentals and build simple LANs. Establish Internet connectivity,Manage network device security. Describe IPv6 basics, Troubleshoot VLAN issues explain how STP works configure EtherChannel and understand the idea.
behind Layer 3 redundancy,Troubleshoot IP connectivity. Define the characteristics functions and components of a WAN. Configure and troubleshoot EIGRP in an IPv4 environment and configure EIGRP for IPv6. Configure verify and troubleshoot multi area OSPF, Describe SNMP syslog and NetFlow and manage Cisco device configurations IOS images and. Target Audiences, This section specifies the primary and secondary target audiences of this course by job roles and notes the. relevance to each job role, Target Candidate Individuals seeking the Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching certification The course. is also appropriate for pre sales and post sales network engineers involved in the installation and support of. enterprise branch office networks,Key Job Tasks, Configure Implement the identified solution by applying the planned implementation processes using.
Cisco IOS commands and applications in the correct order to the selected devices and portions of the. Verify Use the appropriate show and debug commands and applications to ensure that the solution. was correctly implemented and is performing as desired. Troubleshoot Use the appropriate show and debug commands and applications to identify the cause. of basic level network issues and correctly implement a solution that ensures the network is performing. as desired, Job roles Entry Level Network Engineer Network Administrator Network Support Technician or. Help Desk Technician,Prerequisite Skills and Knowledge. The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course are as follows. Basic computer literacy, C 2 Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Accelerated 2013 Cisco Systems Inc. Basic PC operating system navigation skills,Basic Internet usage skills. Basic IP address knowledge,2013 Cisco Systems Inc Course Administration C 3.
ICND1 ICND2 to CCNAX Module Mapping, CCNAX v2 0 is a course that merges the ICND1 v2 0 and ICND2 v2 0 courses The first three modules of. CCNAX Building a Simple Network Establishing Internet Connectivity Managing Network Device. Security are mapped from ICND1 without modifications The fourth module of CCNAX is Introducing. IPv6 taken from ICND1 and adapted by removing OSPFv3 discussion and configuration The fifth module. in CCNAX is called Building a Medium Sized Network and merges the ICND1 module of the same name. and the ICND2 module Implementing Scalable Medium Sized Switched Networks Troubleshooting Basic. Connectivity the sixth module is copied from ICND2 The next three modules Wide Area Networks. Implementing an EIGRP Based Solution and Implementing a Scalable OSPF Based Solution take modules. of the same name from ICND2 and merge them with few basic concepts that were introduced in ICND1. The last module Network Device Management is taken from ICND2 ICND1 Superlab ICND2 Review. Lab and ICND2 Superlab are not included in CCNAX v2 0. ICND1 v2 0 CCNAX v2 0, M1 Building a Simple Network M1 Building a Simple Network. M1 Exploring the Functions of Networking M1 Exploring the Functions of Networking. M1 Understanding the Host to Host Communications M1 Understanding the Host to Host. L2 Model L2 Communications Model,M1 Introducing LANs M1 Introducing LANs. M1 Operating Cisco IOS Software M1 Operating Cisco IOS Software. M1 Starting a Switch M1 Starting a Switch, M1 LAB Performing Switch Startup and Initial M1 LAB Performing Switch Startup and Initial. L6 Configuration L6 Configuration, M1 Understanding Ethernet and Switch Operation M1 Understanding Ethernet and Switch.
L7 L7 Operation, M1 Troubleshooting Common Switch Media Issues M1 Troubleshooting Common Switch Media. L8 L8 Issues, M1 LAB Troubleshooting Switch Media Issues M1 LAB Troubleshooting Switch Media Issues. M2 Establishing Internet Connectivity M2 Establishing Internet Connectivity. M2 Understanding the TCP IP Internet Layer M2 Understanding the TCP IP Internet Layer. M2 IP Addressing and Subnets M2 IP Addressing and Subnets. M2 Understanding the TCP IP Transport Layer M2 Understanding the TCP IP Transport Layer. M2 Exploring the Functions of Routing M2 Exploring the Functions of Routing. C 4 Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Accelerated 2013 Cisco Systems Inc. ICND1 v2 0 CCNAX v2 0, M2 Configuring a Cisco Router M2 Configuring a Cisco Router. M2 LAB Performing Initial Router Setup and M2 LAB Performing Initial Router Setup and. L6 Configuration L6 Configuration, M2 Exploring the Packet Delivery Process M2 Exploring the Packet Delivery Process. M2 Enabling Static Routing M2 Enabling Static Routing. M2 Managing Traffic Using ACLs M2 Managing Traffic Using ACLs. M2 Enabling Internet Connectivity M2 Enabling Internet Connectivity. M2 LAB Connecting to the Internet M2 LAB Connecting to the Internet. M3 Managing Network Device Security M3 Managing Network Device Security. M3 Securing Administrative Access M3 Securing Administrative Access. M3 LAB Enhancing the Security of the Initial M3 LAB Enhancing the Security of the Initial. L2 Configuration L2 Configuration, M3 Implementing Device Hardening M3 Implementing Device Hardening.
M3 LAB Device Hardening M3 LAB Device Hardening, M3 Implementing Traffic Filtering with ACLs M3 Implementing Traffic Filtering with ACLs. M3 LAB Filtering Traffic with ACLs M3 LAB Filtering Traffic with ACLs. M4 Building a Medium Sized Network,M4 Implementing VLANs and Trunks. M4 Routing between VLANs,M4 LAB Configuring Expanded Switched Networks. M4 Using a Cisco Network Devices as a DHCP,M4 LAB Configuring DHCP Server. 2013 Cisco Systems Inc Course Administration C 5,ICND1 v2 0 CCNAX v2 0.
M4 Introducing WAN Technologies Merged into Understanding WAN. L6 Technologies, M4 Introducing Dynamic Routing Protocols Merged into Understanding EIGRP. M4 Implementing OSPF,M4 LAB Implementing OSPF,M5 Introducing IPv6 M4 Introducing IPv6. M5 Introducing Basic IPv6 M4 Introducing Basic IPv6. M5 LAB Configure and Verify Basic IPv6 M4 LAB Configure and Verify Basic IPv6. M5 Understanding IPv6 M4 Understanding IPv6, M5 LAB Configure and Verify Stateless M4 LAB Configure and Verify Stateless. L4 Autoconfiguration L4 Autoconfiguration, M5 Configuring IPv6 Routing M4 Configuring IPv6 Routing adapted. M5 LAB Configure and Verify IPv6 Routing M4 LAB Configure and Verify IPv6 Routing. L6 L6 adapted,M5 Building a Medium Sized Network,M5 Implementing VLANs and Trunks.
M5 Routing Between VLANs,M5 LAB Configuring Expanded Switched. L3 Networks,M5 Using a Cisco Network Devices as a DHCP. M5 LAB Configuring DHCP Server,M6 ICND1 Superlab Removed. ICND2 v2 0,M1 Review of ICND1 Removed,M2 Implementing Scalable Medium Sized Switched. C 6 Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Accelerated 2013 Cisco Systems Inc. ICND1 v2 0 CCNAX v2 0, M2 Troubleshooting VLAN Connectivity M5 Troubleshooting VLAN Connectivity.
M2 LAB Troubleshoot VLANs and Trunks M5 LAB Troubleshoot VLANs and Trunks. M2 Building Redundant Switched Topologies M5 Building Redundant Switched Topologies. M2 LAB Optimizing STP M5 LAB Optimizing STP, M2 Improving Redundant Switched Topologies with M5 Improving Redundant Switched Topologies. L5 Etherchannel L1 with Etherchannel, M2 LAB Configuring EtherChannel M5 LAB Configuring EtherChannel. M2 Understanding Layer 3 Redundancy M5 Understanding Layer 3 Redundancy. M3 Troubleshooting Basic Connectivity M6 Troubleshooting Basic Connectivity. M3 Troubleshooting Basic Connectivity M6 Troubleshooting Basic Connectivity. M3 LAB Troubleshooting IP Connectivity M6 LAB Troubleshooting IP Connectivity. M3 Troubleshooting IPv6 Network Connectivity M6 Troubleshooting IPv6 Network Connectivity. M7 Wide Area Networks,M7 Understanding WAN Technologies merged. M7 Configuring and Troubleshooting a Serial,L2 Encapsulation. M7 LAB Configuring a Serial Connection,M7 Establishing a WAN Connection using Frame.
M7 LAB Establishing a Frame Relay WAN,M7 Introducing VPN Solutions. M7 Configuring GRE Tunnels,M7 LAB Establishing a GRE Tunnel. 2013 Cisco Systems Inc Course Administration C 7,ICND1 v2 0 CCNAX v2 0. M4 Implementing an EIGRP Based Solution M8 Implementing an EIGRP Based Solution. M4 Implementing EIGRP M8 Implementing EIGRP merged. M4 LAB Implementing EIGRP M8 LAB Implementing EIGRP. M4 Troubleshooting EIGRP M8 Troubleshooting EIGRP, M4 LAB Troubleshooting EIGRP M8 LAB Troubleshooting EIGRP. M4 Implementing EIGRP for IPv6 M8 Implementing EIGRP for IPv6. M4 LAB Implementing EIGRP for IPv6 M8 LAB Implementing EIGRP for IPv6. M5 Implementing a Scalable Multiarea Network M9 Implementing a Scalable OSPF Based. OSPF Based Solution Solution,M9 Implementing OSPF merged.
M9 LAB Implementing OSPF,M5 OSPF Overview Merged into Implementing OSPF. M5 Multiarea OSPF IPv4 Implementation M9 Multiarea OSPF IPv4 Implementation. M5 LAB Configuring Multiarea OSPF M9 LAB Configuring Multiarea OSPF. M5 Troubleshooting Multiarea OSPF M9 Troubleshooting Multiarea OSPF. M5 LAB Troubleshooting Multiarea OSPF M9 LAB Troubleshooting Multiarea OSPF. M5 Examining OSPFv3 M9 Examining OSPFv3, M5 LAB Configuring OSPF for IPv6 M9 LAB Configuring OSPF for IPv6. M6 Wide Area Networks,M6 Understanding WAN Technologies. M6 Configuring Serial Encapsulation, C 8 Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Accelerated 2013 Cisco Systems Inc. ICND1 v2 0 CCNAX v2 0,M6 LAB Configuring and Troubleshooting a Serial.
L3 Connection,M6 Establishing a WAN Connection using Frame. M6 LAB Establishing a Frame Relay WAN,M6 Introducing VPN Solutions. M6 Configuring GRE Tunnels,M6 LAB Establishing a GRE Tunnel. M7 Network Device Management M1 Network Device Management. M7 Configuring Network Devices to Support Network M1 Configuring Network Devices to Support. L1 Management Protocols 0L Network Management Protocols. M7 LAB SNMP and Syslog Basic Configuration M1 LAB SNMP and Syslog Basic Configuration. M7 Paper Lab Analyzing NetFlow Data M1 Paper Lab Analyzing NetFlow Data. M7 Managing Cisco Devices M1 Managing Cisco Devices. M7 Licensing M1 Licensing, M7 LAB Managing Cisco Devices and Licensing M1 LAB Managing Cisco Devices and Licensing. M8 ICND2 Superlab Removed, Different colors indicate how content was merged and repositioned into CCNAX course.
Course Instruction Details,Instructor Certification Requirements. To teach this course instructors must have attended the following training or completed the following. requirements,New Instructor,2013 Cisco Systems Inc Course Administration C 9. Certified Cisco Systems Instructor CCSI in good standing. Cisco CCNA R S certified,Complete one of the following. Attend the CCNAX v2 0 course,Attend the ICND1 v2 0 and ICND2 v2 0 courses. Current CCNAX Instructor, Certified Cisco Systems Instructor CCSI in good standing.
Cisco CCNA R S certified,Complete one of the following. Attend CCNAX v2 0 course,Attend ICND1 v2 0 and ICND2 v2 0 courses. Attend ICND1 v2 0 and ICND2 v2 0 train the trainer TTT. Attend ICND1 v2 0 and ICND2 v2 0 On demand train the trainer TTT. Required Classroom Reference Materials,Required Item Explanation and Notes. Student Guide Available in hard copy or electronic version. Lab Guide Available in hard copy or electronic version. Course Evaluation Form Each learner should be encouraged to complete a. standard online survey with results reported in Metrics. That Matter, Course Administration Guide Your reference for course delivery. Instructor Slide Package Contains materials for course delivery. Required Classroom Environment, This information describes recommended class size and classroom setup.
Room large enough for 16 learners set up classroom style with chairs and tables. A projector capable of displaying slides,Projection screen as needed. Whiteboard with surface area of 4 x 8 feet or greater. Usable dry erase pens in multiple colors,Climate control. Sufficient power for all equipment, For local labs rack and floor space to locate all equipment. For remote lab delivery access to the Internet for all learners and the instructor. C 10 Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Accelerated 2013 Cisco Systems Inc. Detailed Course Flow, An accelerated course typically delivers a given amount of content over a shorter period than normal As. opposed to a traditional five day course flow schedule the following table outlines approximately how long. each module will take to deliver The timing of each module does include the time that it will take to. complete the corresponding labs but does not include lunch or breaks You may make adjustments based. on the skills knowledge and preferences of the learners in attendance The presentation of all topics is. optional for noncertification offerings but you are encouraged to use them because they are designed to. reinforce the lesson concepts and ensure that learners apply some of the concepts. CCNAX Module Timing,Module 0 Course Introduction 0 30.
Module 1 Building a Simple Network 6 00,Module 2 Establishing Internet Connectivity 7 30. Module 3 Managing Network Device Security 5 30,Module 4 Introducing IPv6 3 00. Module 5 Building a Medium Sized Network 9 30,Module 6 Troubleshooting Basic Connectivity 2 00. Module 7 Wide Area Networks 6 30, Module 8 Implementing an EIGRP Based Solution 4 00. Module 9 Implementing a Scalable OSPF Based 5 00,Module 10 Network Device Management 3 30.
Total 53 00,2013 Cisco Systems Inc Course Administration C 11.

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