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Internetworks Engineering

Internetworks Engineering

This course is designed to help students attain their Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP), Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), and Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) certifications.

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

Graduates can use appropriate technologies to build scalable and efficient routed network, campus networks using multiplayer switching technologies, and a global intranet.  Graduates qualify for jobs as network administrators, support engineers, system engineers, network technicians, and deployment engineers.

PROGRAM OUTLINE

Module 1:

Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)

  • OSI Reference Model and Layered. This section provides the core foundation for students’ understanding of communication between nodes in Network Environment
  • Network Protocol and WAN Protocols. IP, IGRP, IPX, AppleTalk, Frame Relay, IP RIP, VLANs, RIP, Access List, Ethernet.
  • Physical Connectivity. IEEE, ANSI Standard
  • Network Management and LAN Design. Students learn to restrict access to network by Access List, use telnet to remote control devices, use DNS server to assist in connecting to the Internet, structure of LAN Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, and Token Ring.
  • Cisco Basics, IOS. Bridging/Switching technology, connecting networks by bridges and switches, improving performance of Network by Static VLANS, Spantree, switching modes/methods, using phone system dial access to network with PPP, Routing technology, connecting with network by router using RIP, IGRP, and ICMP protocols, troubleshooting.

Module 2:

Windows 2000 Professional
This course provides the core foundation for supporting Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional. The goal of this course is to provide students with the skills necessary to install, configure, customize, optimize, network, integrate and troubleshoot Windows 2000 Workstation.

Windows 2000 Server
Provides the skill necessary to install, configure, and customize Windows 2000 Server.  Students also learn to optimize performance of Windows 2000 server in Network, integrate resources and migrate resources to Windows 2000 Server.

Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure
Analyze and design TCP/IP environment for Enterprise Network with DNS, DHCP, IPSEC, VPN, NAT, and Certification Service.

Module 3: Students must pass CCNA to attend Module III)

Routers (Building Scalable Cisco Networks)
This course is to give student all the advanced skills needed to configure Cisco routers. Learn the complex concepts and commands necessary to configure Cisco routers for scalable operation in large and/or growing internetworks.  

Switches (Building Cisco Multilayer Switched Networks)
This course teaches students how to build campus networks using multilayer switching technologies over high speed Ethernet. This course addresses the integration of routing and switching technologies to create an efficient campus network. Students will identify the Cisco products and services that enable connectivity and traffic transport over Fast Ethernet. Implement necessary services at each layer of the network to all users to obtain membership to multicast groups in a working multilayer switched network.

Remote Access Network (Building Cisco Remote Access Networks)
This course covers the fundamental and practical knowledge needed to implement Cisco remote access network environments. Discuss important topics like installing and configuring Cisco’s 776, 1720’s, and 3640’s routers for remote access, Multilink PPP, and Network Address Translation (NAT).  Students learn to design and implement a remote access network using Cisco equipment.  

Troubleshooting (Cisco Internetwork Trouble Shooting)
This course teaches students the skill to quickly troubleshoot problems with Cisco router and Catalyst switch to remedy communication problems in TCP/IP, IPX/SPX, AppleTalk and Wide Area Network. Utilize troubleshooting tools live on the classroom network.

Module 4:

Introduction To Linux
This course provides the core foundation for supporting LINUX Redhat version 7.2. The goal of this course is to provide students with the skills necessary to install, configure, customize, optimize, network, integrate and troubleshoot Linux Network.

Module 5:

Job Search Workshop
This course covers communications skills, effective resume writing, and job hunting techniques. Students are also taught how to improve their interpersonal skills and how to promote and market their skills using effective interviewing techniques.

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