DCN686 - Configuring Cisco Devices
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Configuring Cisco Devices
This course focuses on two main areas: a) Internetworking design, considering business and technical goals and constraints. b) The fourth semester of the Cisco Networking Academy program. Students must have successfully completed semesters 1 to 3 during CIS701.
1 credit in the CTY program.
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
- Demonstrate a general understanding of WAN networking technologies and concepts with emphasis on Cisco-supported technologies
- Choose an appropriate AppleTalk design solution, choose addressing and naming conventions to build manageable and scalable AppleTalk internetworks and use Cisco IOS TM features to design scalable AppleTalk internetworks.
- Recommend appropriate point-to-point and asynchronous WAN solutions, and choose appropriate link encapsulation for point-to-point circuits.
- Choose an ISDN design that conserve bandwidth and is cost effective.
- Choose a robust and scalable internetwork WAN design using nonbroadcast multi-access X.25, X.25 subinterface configuration and X.25 switching to provide X.25 service over an integrated IP backbone.
- Use Enhanced IGRP for path determination in internetworks that support IP, IPX, and Appletalk.
- Demonstrate an understanding of how to design and build simple LAN and WAN networks and to configure Cisco routers and switches with emphasis on Routing Protocols (RIP, IGRP), ACL�s, Remote Access Technologies using dial-up, Circuit and Packet Switched Network (ISDN, X.25, Frame Relay, PPP) configuration and limited WAN methodologies
- Choose an appropriate ATM design solution and designs using ATM technology for high-performance workgroups and high-performance backbones
- Choose an appropriate IPX design solution; choose the appropriate routing protocol for an IPX internetwork and design scalable and manageable IPX internetworks by controlling RIP and SAP traffic.
- Choose an appropriate NetBIOS design solution, and design a source-route-bridged internetwork that provides connectivity for NetBIOS applications and controls NetBIOS explorer traffic.
- Choose a full or partial mesh Frame Relay nonbroadcast multi-access (NBMA) core for full or partial connectivity, choose a scalable topology for NBMA Frame Relay and use subinterface Frame Relay configurations to design robust core WANs.
- Describe methods for monitoring your internetwork design
- List common concerns that customers have about WAN designs examine statements made by a customer and distinguish issues that affect the choice of WAN designs, design core WAN connectivity to maximize availability and optimize utilization of resources.
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Manage the use of time and other resources to complete projects.
Take responsibility for one's own actions, decisions, and consequences.
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