Cisco Certified Design Associate (CCDA)
200-310 Cisco DESGN
DESGN 3.0: Branch Network Design
DESGN 3.0: Campus Design
DESGN 3.0: Campus Design Part 2
DESGN 3.0: Design Hierarchy
DESGN 3.0: Design Lifecycle
DESGN 3.0: Design Methodology
DESGN 3.0: Design Modularity
DESGN 3.0: Design Resiliency
DESGN 3.0: Design Scalability
DESGN 3.0: Enterprise Architecture
DESGN 3.0: Enterprise Network WAN and Edge
DESGN 3.0: Fault Domain Design
DESGN 3.0: IGP Expansion
DESGN 3.0: Implementing Network Design
DESGN 3.0: Network Programmability and Data Center Component Design
DESGN 3.0: Networking Information Gathering and Auditing
DESGN 3.0: OSPF and BGP Expansion
DESGN 3.0: Routing Protocol Scalability
DESGN 3.0: Scalable Addressing and IP Addressing Schemes
DESGN 3.0: Security Control Considerations
DESGN 3.0: Virtualization in Network Design
DESGN 3.0: Voice and Video Design Considerations
DESGN 3.0: Wireless LAN Design
DESGN 3.0: Wireless LAN Requirements
TestPrep 200-310 Designing for Cisco Internetwork Solutions (DESGN)

DESGN 3.0: Branch Network Design

Course Number:
it_ccdatv_18_enus
Lesson Objectives

DESGN 3.0: Branch Network Design

  • describe the basic design principles for branch offices, including considerations and component properties that must be part of the design
  • describe branch office design best practices
  • describe the completion of branch office design

Overview/Description

Explore the basic network design principles of the branch office, including design considerations and best practices.



Target

Prerequisites: none

DESGN 3.0: Campus Design

Course Number:
it_ccdatv_15_enus
Lesson Objectives

DESGN 3.0: Campus Design

  • describe basic campus design, including media and components
  • describe the basics of hierarchical layers and core layer best practices

Overview/Description

Explore the basics of campus design, including media and components. Examine the basics of hierarchical layers and core layer best practices.



Target

Prerequisites: none

DESGN 3.0: Campus Design Part 2

Course Number:
it_ccdatv_16_enus
Lesson Objectives

DESGN 3.0: Campus Design Part 2

  • describe campus design considerations
  • describe campus design best practices and essential tools

Overview/Description

Examine Cisco campus design considerations, including best practices and essential tools.



Target

Prerequisites: none

DESGN 3.0: Design Hierarchy

Course Number:
it_ccdatv_07_enus
Lesson Objectives

DESGN 3.0: Design Hierarchy

  • describe the concept of design hierarchy for campus network design, including benefits and layers
  • describe traditional switches and routed network designs using the LAN network as an example

Overview/Description

Explore the concept of design hierarchy for the campus network design, including its benefits and layers. Using the LAN network, examine the traditional switched and routed network designs.



Target

Prerequisites: none

DESGN 3.0: Design Lifecycle

Course Number:
it_ccdatv_02_enus
Lesson Objectives

DESGN 3.0: Design Lifecycle

  • compare the Cisco design lifecycle to an ad hoc approach of building a network and describe the PBM Lifecycle
  • describe design lifecycle phases, benefits, and documentation, as well projectization

Overview/Description

Follow Cisco's recommended design methodology by exploring the use of a design lifecycle approach. Examine the benefits of this approach, design projectization, and documentation generated during the lifecycle.



Target

Prerequisites: none

DESGN 3.0: Design Methodology

Course Number:
it_ccdatv_03_enus
Lesson Objectives

DESGN 3.0: Design Methodology

  • describe business requirements and approaches for network design
  • describe methods for keeping network design projects on track

Overview/Description

Explore the business requirements of Cisco network design and review principle actions that keep design projects on track.



Target

Prerequisites: none

DESGN 3.0: Design Modularity

Course Number:
it_ccdatv_06_enus
Lesson Objectives

DESGN 3.0: Design Modularity

  • describe the reasons for modularity in network design, including the use of the Cisco Enterprise Architecture Model
  • describe the Enterprise Edge, SP Edge, and Remote CEAM modules

Overview/Description

Explore the reasons for and how to use modularity in network design, including the use of the Cisco Enterprise Architecture Model.



Target

Prerequisites: none

DESGN 3.0: Design Resiliency

Course Number:
it_ccdatv_09_enus
Lesson Objectives

DESGN 3.0: Design Resiliency

  • describe the purpose and importance of designing networks with resiliency in mind
  • describe how redundancy can help to achieve redundancy but doesn't necessarily reduce the impact to a business from a system failure and describe components that help reduce that impact

Overview/Description

Discover the purpose and importance of designing networks with resiliency in mind. Explore the general principles and how to apply it in network design.



Target

Prerequisites: none

DESGN 3.0: Design Scalability

Course Number:
it_ccdatv_08_enus
Lesson Objectives

DESGN 3.0: Design Scalability

  • describe the concept of design scalability and how to implement it in network design
  • ensure a network design is scalable and describe equipment design, logical design, and connectivity design

Overview/Description

Explore the concept of scalability in Cisco network design, including approaches for implementation.



Target

Prerequisites: none

DESGN 3.0: Enterprise Architecture

Course Number:
it_ccdatv_01_enus
Lesson Objectives

DESGN 3.0: Enterprise Architecture

  • describe general network technologies and design principles with a focus on the use of Cisco equipment
  • describe the business goals of network design, including business and technology drivers and their impact
  • describe the importance of designing networks according to an architecture and the most commonly required network functionality

Overview/Description

Explore general network technologies and design principles using Cisco equipment and discover the business and technology drivers of Cisco Enterprise Architecture.



Target

Prerequisites: none

DESGN 3.0: Enterprise Network WAN and Edge

Course Number:
it_ccdatv_17_enus
Lesson Objectives

DESGN 3.0: Enterprise Network WAN and Edge

  • describe the role Enterprise Edge and its components
  • describe Enterprise Edge considerations and best practices

Overview/Description

Discover the essentials concepts of Enterprise Edge, including components, its role, and best practices and considerations for its use.



Target

Prerequisites: none

DESGN 3.0: Fault Domain Design

Course Number:
it_ccdatv_10_enus
Lesson Objectives

DESGN 3.0: Fault Domain Design

  • describe the role fault domains in a network and where they fit in network design

  • Overview/Description

    Explore the role of fault domains in a network and examine the need to understand how and where they apply in network design.



    Target

    Prerequisites: none

    DESGN 3.0: IGP Expansion

    Course Number:
    it_ccdatv_13_enus
    Lesson Objectives

    DESGN 3.0: IGP Expansion

    • describe interior gateway protocol expandability and considerations for EIGRP and OSPF utilization and expansion
    • describe additional considerations for interior gateway protocol expansion

    Overview/Description

    Explore the concept of expandability in interior gateway protocols and considerations for EIGRP and OSPF utilization and expansion.



    Target

    Prerequisites: none

    DESGN 3.0: Implementing Network Design

    Course Number:
    it_ccdatv_05_enus
    Lesson Objectives

    DESGN 3.0: Implementing Network Design

  • describe the methodology for implementing design, including the top-down approach, piloting, and prototyping

  • Overview/Description

    Explore the methodology for implementing Cisco network design, including the use of the top-down approach, piloting, and prototyping.



    Target

    Prerequisites: none

    DESGN 3.0: Network Programmability and Data Center Component Design

    Course Number:
    it_ccdatv_24_enus
    Lesson Objectives

    DESGN 3.0: Network Programmability and Data Center Component Design

    • describe network programmability concepts and how they relate to next generation network design
    • describe basic data center components that must be considered, such as load balancing, block vs. non-blocking at layer 2, and using DCI across multiple data centers

    Overview/Description

    Explore network programmability concepts when designing for the next generation network. Examine data center considerations such as load balancing, block vs. non-blocking at Layer 2, and using DCI across multiple data centers.



    Target

    Prerequisites: none

    DESGN 3.0: Networking Information Gathering and Auditing

    Course Number:
    it_ccdatv_04_enus
    Lesson Objectives

    DESGN 3.0: Networking Information Gathering and Auditing

    • characterize the network using information gathering and perform a network discover audit
    • describe and use common network auditing tools
    • use a network assessment checklist for auditing

    Overview/Description

    Explore how to characterize the network using information gathering and how to perform a network discovery audit. Examine commonly used network auditing tools and the process of using a network assessment checklist for auditing.



    Target

    Prerequisites: none

    DESGN 3.0: OSPF and BGP Expansion

    Course Number:
    it_ccdatv_14_enus
    Lesson Objectives

    DESGN 3.0: OSPF and BGP Expansion

    • describe OSPF expansion using multi-area concepts
    • describe BGP expansion using route reflectors and confederations

    Overview/Description

    Explore OSPF expansion and considerations, and BGP expansion using route reflectors and confederations.



    Target

    Prerequisites: none

    DESGN 3.0: Routing Protocol Scalability

    Course Number:
    it_ccdatv_12_enus
    Lesson Objectives

    DESGN 3.0: Routing Protocol Scalability

    • describe the basics and use of routing protocols
    • describe external gateway protocols and methods for accomplishing network efficiency and scalability

    Overview/Description

    Explore the use of routing protocols and how they can assist in accomplishing network efficiency and scalability.



    Target

    Prerequisites: none

    DESGN 3.0: Scalable Addressing and IP Addressing Schemes

    Course Number:
    it_ccdatv_11_enus
    Lesson Objectives

    DESGN 3.0: Scalable Addressing and IP Addressing Schemes

    • describe the importance of a solid scalable addressing scheme and the best practices for starting a scalable addressing scheme
    • describe the components of an IP addressing scheme, as well as the scope, the use of subnetting, summarization, scalability, and the use of NAT

    Overview/Description

    Explore the importance of having a solid scalable address scheme and the components of an IP addressing scheme in Cisco network design.



    Target

    Prerequisites: none

    DESGN 3.0: Security Control Considerations

    Course Number:
    it_ccdatv_21_enus
    Lesson Objectives

    DESGN 3.0: Security Control Considerations

  • describe security control considerations for design

  • Overview/Description

    Explore security control considerations with Cisco network design.



    Target

    Prerequisites: none

    DESGN 3.0: Virtualization in Network Design

    Course Number:
    it_ccdatv_23_enus
    Lesson Objectives

    DESGN 3.0: Virtualization in Network Design

  • describe virtualization in Cisco network design, including challenges, benefits, and risks

  • Overview/Description

    Explore the concept of virtualization in Cisco network design, with a focus on when it should be used, challenges, benefits, and risks.



    Target

    Prerequisites: none

    DESGN 3.0: Voice and Video Design Considerations

    Course Number:
    it_ccdatv_22_enus
    Lesson Objectives

    DESGN 3.0: Voice and Video Design Considerations

    • describe voice and video considerations for converged networks
    • describe voice and video considerations, including capacity, convergence, and service placement

    Overview/Description

    Explore voice and video considerations in Cisco network design, including capacity, convergence, and service placement.



    Target

    Prerequisites: none

    DESGN 3.0: Wireless LAN Design

    Course Number:
    it_ccdatv_19_enus
    Lesson Objectives

    DESGN 3.0: Wireless LAN Design

    • describe wireless LAN design and wireless standards
    • describe wireless LAN design considerations, basic security measures, and the Cisco UWN architecture
    • describe wireless LAN design and centralized vs. decentralized wireless LAN design

    Overview/Description

    Explore the concept of wireless LAN design, including wireless standards, design considerations, basic security measures, and the Cisco UWN architecture.



    Target

    Prerequisites: none

    DESGN 3.0: Wireless LAN Requirements

    Course Number:
    it_ccdatv_20_enus
    Lesson Objectives

    DESGN 3.0: Wireless LAN Requirements

    • describe wireless LAN requirements, including the requirements for controller-based wireless networks
    • describe additional wireless LAN requirements
    • describe the best way to set up redundancy for wireless LANs

    Overview/Description

    Examine wireless LAN requirements, including those for controller-based wireless networks, and how to set up redundancy for wireless LANs.



    Target

    Prerequisites: none

    TestPrep 200-310 Designing for Cisco Internetwork Solutions (DESGN)

    Course Number:
    cc_desn_a01_tp_enus
    Lesson Objectives

    TestPrep 200-310 Designing for Cisco Internetwork Solutions (DESGN)

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    Overview/Description
    To test your knowledge on the skills and competencies being measured by the vendor certification exam. TestPrep can be taken in either Study or Certification mode. Study mode is designed to maximize learning by not only testing your knowledge of the material, but also by providing additional information on the topics presented. Certification mode is designed to test your knowledge of the material within a structured testing environment, providing valuable feedback at the end of the test.

    Target Audience
    Individuals seeking practice in a structured testing environment, covering the skills and competencies being measured by the vendor certification exam.

    Prerequisites: none

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