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* CCNA Routing & Switching 200-120 * Chapter 1 – Understanding Networks and their Building Blocks * 1-1 Introduction to Networks * 1-2 Networking Types * 1-3 OSI Reference Model * 1-4 TCP/IP Model * 1-5 Ethernet Technologies and Cabling * 1-6 Cisco 3 Layer Model * 1-7 Summary * Chapter 2 – IP Addressing and Subnets * 2-1 IP Addresses – Composition, Types and Classes * 2-2 Private and Public IP addresses * 2-3 Subnetting * 2-4 Variable Length Subnet Masks (VLSM) * 2-5 Route Summarization * 2-6 Troubleshooting IP Addressing * Chapter 3 Introduction to Cisco Routers, Switches and IOS * 3-1 Introduction to Cisco Routers, Switches, IOS & the Boot Process * 3-2 Using the Command-Line Interface (CLI) * 3-3 Basic Configuration of Router and Switches * 3-4 Configuring Router Interfaces * 3-5 Gathering Information and Verifying Configuration * 3-6 Configuring DNS & DHCP * 3-7 Saving, Erasing, Restoring and Backing up Configuration & IOS File * 3-8 Password Recovery on a Cisco Router * 3-9 Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) * 3-10 Using Telnet on IOS * 3-11 CCNA Lab #1 * Chapter 4 Introduction to IP Routing * 4-1 Understanding IP Routing * 4-2 Static, Default and Dynamic Routing * 4-3 Administrative Distance and Routing Metrics * 4-4 Classes of Routing Protocols * 4-5 Routing Loops * 4-6 Route Redistribution * 4-7 Static and Default Route Lab * Chapter 5 Routing Protocols * 5-1 RIPv1 & RIPv2 * 5-2 Configuring RIPv1 & RIPv2 * 5-3 Verifying and Troubleshooting RIP * 5-4 Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol…...

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