Mar
24

Required Exam: 640-816 ICND2 (Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 2)

I. Module 1: VLANs

A. Advanced Switching Technologies

B. VLANs

C. VLAN Configuration

D. VLAN Trunking

E. VTP

F. RSTP

G. Advanced Switching Verifications

H. Basic Layer 2 Security

II. Module 2: IP Addressing/Services for Medium-Sized Network

A. VLSM

B. Summarization

C. IPv6 Requirements

D. IPv6 Addressing

E. IP Address Troubleshooting

III. Module 3: IP Routing

A. Routing Methods and Protocols

B. OSPF

C. EIGRP

D. Verification and Troubleshooting

E. Basic Router Security

IV. Module 4: NAT and ACLs

A. Access Control Lists

B. Verification and Troubleshooting of ACLs

C. Network Address Translation

D. Troubleshooting NAT

V. Module 5: Implementing WANs

A. Frame Relay

B. Troubleshooting

C. VPNs

D. PPP


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4 Responses to “CCNA: Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Internetwork Expert Course Outline”

 
  1. jan says:

    i have a question. i have a c3550 48 EMI switch(vtp client) connected to a c6509(vtp server). client is unable to update from server. i already decrease the no. of STP instances by not running STP on some vlans yet of no avail. we’re planning to change its vtp mode to transparent so that we can add new vlan. i was wondering if it will distrupt our network since there are lots of clients connected to it. will the old vlans still remain? will the switch reset?

  2. Hi Jan!

    The switch should make that transition without changing the VLAN database. Also – there is no reset of the switch. Be sure to follow up with us here and let us know how it went!

    Also – check out our online community at http://www.ieoc.com

  3. jan says:

    hi,

    thanks very much for the info. i’ve tried to simulate it using 2 c3750 and confirmed that no changes in vlan and no downtime…. instead of doing it, we opted to wait for our new 3750 to replace it since the switch is old and not scalable.

  4. its01 says:

    i think that ccna modules is easy but there are some things difucult such as VTP and some routing protocols

 

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