Cisco Systems CCNA Certification Fast Track Training - Network Technology and Systems Administration (NTSA) Department
Students who complete this comprehensive Cisco training offered through Ohlone’s Cisco Network Academy will have the expertise they need to pass the test required to achieve Cisco Certified Networking Associate (CCNA) status. CCNA Certification skills include the ability to: install, configure, and operate simple-routed LAN, routed WAN, and switched LAN networks.
Courses are offered in an instructor led format (face-to-face) or through distance learning (online).
Prerequisite skills and knowledge of Networking Essentials (OSI model, LAN devices, topologies) and basic TCP/IP ( IP addressing, subnet masking, protocols). CNET -150 Network Operating Systems is a recommended prerequisite.
|CNET-155A LAN Network Design (CCNA1)||4|
|CNET-155B Router Configuration (CCNA2)||4|
|CNET-156A Routing and Switching (CCNA3)||2|
|CNET-156B WAN Design and Support (CCNA4)||2|
*Recommended as supplementary courses.
Certification Skills and Competencies
The CCNA curriculum includes understanding the functions and operations of local area networks (LAN), Cisco IOS fundamentals, wide area networks (WAN), virtual private networks (VPN), and Storage Area Networks (SAN). Other topics covered in the CCNA curriculum are IP Addressing, Cisco Command Line Interface (CLI), Routing and Switching technologies and protocols. CCNA certification content, technology, and testing remains focused on real-world skills assessment with labs and exam simulations being key components of CCNA courses and exams.
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