Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician (CCENT)
100-105 Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1
CCENT: Access Control Lists Part 1
CCENT: Access Control Lists Part 2
CCENT: Device Hardening
CCENT: Device Management
CCENT: DHCP Configuration
CCENT: Discovering Ethernet
CCENT: Discovery Protocols
CCENT: DNS Configuration
CCENT: Functions of Routing
CCENT: Initial Device Configuration
CCENT: Inter VLAN Routing
CCENT: Interswitch Connectivity
CCENT: IPv4 Addressing Part 1
CCENT: IPv4 Addressing Part 2
CCENT: IPv4 Configuration
CCENT: IPv6 Addressing
CCENT: IPv6 Configuration
CCENT: NAT Configuration
CCENT: Network Cabling
CCENT: Network Components, Topologies, and Architecture
CCENT: NTP Configuration
CCENT: OSI Model
CCENT: Overview of Cisco Devices
CCENT: Overview of Networking
CCENT: Port Security
CCENT: RIPv2 Configuration
CCENT: Static Routing
CCENT: Subnetting Part 1
CCENT: Subnetting Part 2
CCENT: Subnetting Practice
CCENT: Switching Functions
CCENT: TCP/IP Model
CCENT: Troubleshooting Interfaces and Cables
CCENT: Troubleshooting Methodologies
CCENT: VLAN Configuration
Mentoring 100-105 Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1)
TestPrep 100-105 Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1)

CCENT: Access Control Lists Part 1

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_30_enus
Lesson Objectives

CCENT: Access Control Lists Part 1

  • describe the configuration and operation of Standard Access Control Lists
  • apply standard ACLs to an interface and describe how extended ACLs can be created

Overview/Description

Securing the network, especially at the perimeter, is a critical part of network administration. Discover how to use Access Control Lists to permit or deny access to network resources.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: Access Control Lists Part 2

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_31_enus
Lesson Objectives

CCENT: Access Control Lists Part 2

  • describe additional ACLs that may need to be configured
  • use and apply named access lists on a virtual interface

Overview/Description

Securing the network, especially at the perimeter, is a critical part of network administration. Discover how to use Access Control Lists to permit or deny access to network resources.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: Device Hardening

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_34_enus
Lesson Objectives

CCENT: Device Hardening

  • do the initial setup and basic configuration of a router
  • apply device configuration, configure routing protocols, and configure remote access options
  • perform image and password recovery as well as do file system management

Overview/Description

From initial configuration to hardening, all devices require periodic maintenance, recovery, or security hardening. Explore the basics of hardening and maintaining a router.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: Device Management

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_33_enus
Lesson Objectives

CCENT: Device Management

  • configure and use a syslog server to store router logs; and, configure a router to send messages to a syslog server
  • backup a routers configuration using tftp

Overview/Description

From initial configuration to hardening, all devices require periodic maintenance, recovery, or security hardening. Explore the basics of hardening and maintaining a router.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: DHCP Configuration

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_28_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

DHCP can be used to replace static client IP and network configuration on clients where a static IP is not required. Explore DHCP, how to configure a router to provide the service, and how to configure clients.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: Discovering Ethernet

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_17_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Ethernet data packets rely on a payload called frames to define how bits are transmitted and received over a network. Explore the Ethernet frame header and the information it provides.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: Discovery Protocols

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_21_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Managing network devices involves many protocols. Explore technologies used in the management and discovery of network devices.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: DNS Configuration

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_27_enus
Lesson Objectives

CCENT: DNS Configuration

  • describe the DNS lookup process and how DNS can be configured on individual devices
  • configure a router to provide DNS services and how to manage a hosts table

Overview/Description

DNS is critical to the internet and required for finding websites or even individual devices or servers. Explore DNS, how it works, and how to configure both a server and client device.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: Functions of Routing

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_23_enus
Lesson Objectives

CCENT: Functions of Routing

  • explain how a packet uses the Layer 2 and Layer 3 protocols in networking
  • identify routing table components, routing protocol administrative distances, and describe the use of static versus dynamic routing
  • discuss components of the routing table and configure dynamic routing

Overview/Description

Routers allow network devices to communicate beyond their local area network (LAN), providing inter-network connectivity. Explore routing, including components, functionality, the routing table, routing protocols, and path selection.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: Initial Device Configuration

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_11_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

When installing new Cisco devices on a network, they need to be configured to work properly. Explore initial switch and router configuration.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: InterVLAN Routing

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_24_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

VLANs on a single switch cannot directly communicate without a router. Discover how to configure a Layer 3 device to allow traffic to traverse multiple VLANs.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: Interswitch Connectivity

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_20_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

A switch's port can either function as a regular access port or it can be used as a trunk port and used to connect to another switch. Discover how these port types and trunks are configured, and how VLAN traffic is impacted.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: IPv4 Addressing Part 1

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_06_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Each device belonging to a network is assigned a unique IP address by which it can be identified. Explore IPv4 addressing, including its limitations.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: IPv4 Addressing Part 2

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_07_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Each device belonging to a network is assigned a unique IP address by which it can be identified. Explore IPv4 addressing, including its limitations.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: IPv4 Configuration

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_12_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Explore the different configuration options that are part of IPv4 addressing and explore some basic troubleshooting techniques.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: IPv6 Addressing

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_10_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

IPv6 overcomes the limitations of IPv4 by providing more than enough globally unique IP addresses to accommodate every device in the world. Explore IPv6 features, address types, and allocation.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: IPv6 Configuration

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_13_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Explore IPv6 address configuration including enabling unicast routing, manually assigning IPv6 addresses, and ways to verify the interface.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: NAT Configuration

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_32_enus
Lesson Objectives

CCENT: NAT Configuration

  • describe the different types of NAT and configure static NAT
  • None
  • configure and use PAT, or NAT overload, using an access-list

Overview/Description

Network address translation is a process for allowing client systems to access the internet without their own dedicated routable IP. Discover how to configure and use NAT.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: Network Cabling

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_05_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Explore the different networking cables, such as fiber and copper cables, technicians may encounter while working.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: Network Components, Topologies, and Architecture

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_04_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Discover the key network components that you'll find within a network, the common design strategies for topologies, and the key network architecture basics required to configure a functional Enterprise internetwork.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: NTP Configuration

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_29_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Synchronizing time between systems is important for meeting many legal obligations. The Network Time Protocol was designed to do this. Discover how to configure an NTP server and configure clients to use the service.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: OSI Model

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_02_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

The Open System Interconnection (OSI) model divides network communication into seven layers. Explore the seven layers of the OSI model.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: Overview of Cisco Devices

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_15_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Explore the physical components of Cisco devices - the internal integrated parts provided in some devices, versus the interchangeable options included for others, allowing the addition of further functionality.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: Overview of Networking

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_01_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Networks are the basic interconnections for all computing devices. Explore network fundamentals.

 



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: Port Security

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_22_enus
Lesson Objectives

CCENT: Port Security

  • describe port-security violation modes and the need for configuring "switchport port-security"
  • configure port security and demonstrate recovery from a violation

Overview/Description

Explore port-security concepts, such as the different violation modes, the need for "switchport port-security", and how to configure a recovery from a violation.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: RIPv2 Configuration

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_26_enus
Lesson Objectives

CCENT: RIPv2 Configuration

  • configure dynamic routing protocols using RIP v2 for IPv4 by building a routing table
  • configure RIPv2 passive interfaces, loops, and changes to the network topography
  • tuning RIPV2 timing parameters and options

Overview/Description

Although static routing can work for a smaller network, ultimately, dynamic routing is the way to handle routing. Explore dynamic routing using the RIPv2 protocol over IPv4.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: Static Routing

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_25_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Routing allows data to be transmitted across networks from source to destination. Optimal routes can be determined by using dynamic routing protocols or by static configuration. Explore the implementation of static routes.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: Subnetting Part 1

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_08_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Subnetting has several benefits, including achieving more efficient use of address space, increasing security through segmentation, and decreasing the size of collision and broadcast domains. Explore how to easily subnet networks.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: Subnetting Part 2

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_09_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Subnetting has several benefits, including achieving more efficient use of address space, increasing security through segmentation, and decreasing the size of collision and broadcast domains. Explore how to easily subnet networks.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: Subnetting Practice

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_35_enus
Lesson Objectives

CCENT: Subnetting Practice

  • recognize and work with subnetting problems
  • apply subnetting to example problems

Overview/Description

Work through the logic of tackling exam questions about subnetting.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: Switching Functions

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_16_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Discover fundamental concepts like broadcast and collision domains, the difference between hubs and switches, and how MAC address tables are populated as data moves through the switch device.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: TCP/IP Model

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_03_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Discover the TCP/IP networking model, which is used in the majority of LAN networks and on the Internet, and explore the two foundational transport layer protocols - TCP and UDP.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: Troubleshooting Interfaces and Cables

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_18_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Cabling-related settings need to be configured properly in order to ensure device connectivity and interface stability. Explore the configuration and troubleshooting of speed, duplex, MDIX, and auto interface settings.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: Troubleshooting Methodologies

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_14_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

Troubleshooting methodologies provide a variety of approaches. Explore how to determine which techniques are best suited for your configuration scenario.



Target

Prerequisites: none

CCENT: VLAN Configuration

Course Number:
it_ccenttv_19_enus
Objectives:

Overview/Description

VLANs are logically separated broadcast domains created through switching technology that provide a means of creating network security zones. Explore network design and how VLANs are used to enhance network operations.



Target

Prerequisites: none

Mentoring 100-105 Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1)

Lesson Objectives

Mentoring 100-105 Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1)

  • Network Fundamentals
  • LAN Switching Fundamentals
  • Routing Fundamentals
  • Infrastructure Services
  • Infrastructure Maintenance

Overview/Description
Skillsoft Mentors are available to help students with their studies for exam 100-105 Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1). You can reach them by entering a Mentored Chat Room or by using the Email My Mentor service.

Target Audience
Individuals who are studying the associated Skillsoft content in preparation for, or to become familiar with, the skills and competencies being measured by the actual certification exam.

TestPrep 100-105 Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1)

Course Number:
cc_icnd_a01_tp_enus
Lesson Objectives

TestPrep 100-105 Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1)

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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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