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CCNA: Routing and Switching (Voucher Included)


CCNA Routing and Switching certification is one of the most sought-after entry-level cyber security credentials. If you want to gain the foundational knowledge you need to enter the networking business, becoming a Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) is an excellent career move. Cisco certification is the most well-known in the industry, administered by the leading networking technology company. There are many credentials available, but the Cisco CCNA is recommended for people with less than 2 years of experience. It’s a great way to increase your salary potential and set yourself apart from others in the industry.

Our CCNA training provides in-depth instruction in routed and switched LAN emulation networks made up of Cisco equipment. You’ll learn everything you need to install, configure, and operate small and medium branch office enterprise networks. Upon successful completion of this course, you’ll be prepared to sit for either the 200-125 CCNA exam or the 100-105 ICND1 and 200-105 ICND2 exams. The voucher is pre paid access to sit for the 200-125 CCNA certifying exam upon eligibility. Once you’ve passed the exam, you’ll be ready for job advancement. Some positions can you hold with a CCNA include Network specialist, network engineer, and network administrator.

When you take an online CCNA course, you’ll have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in our virtual, interactive lab, using real Cisco equipment. Plus, we also have online tutorials, practice questions, and a mentor to answer any questions you may have along the way.

This course is offered on a monthly on-demand basis. Please contact CCE Customer Service at 704-330-4223 to request to take this course.



  • Explain the difference between routing and switching
  • Describe basic network security and device security, including how to operate IP data networks
  • Recognize IP services such as DHCP, NAT, ACLs, FHRP, Syslog, and SNMP v2/v3
  • Explain LAN switching technologies, WAN technologies, and IP address and routing technologies



CCNA1: Network Management I

I. Networking Basics

A. TCP/IP Networking Model

B. TCP and UDP

C. Network Topologies

D. Cabling Types

E. Infrastructure Components

II. IPv4 and IPv6

A. IPv4 addressing and subnetting

B. Private IPv4 addressing

C. IPv4 Address Types

D. IPv6 Addressing Schemes

E. IPv6 Address Types

III. Switching and Routing

A. Ethernet Frame Format

B. Switching Concepts

C. Layer 2 Protocols

D. Routing Concepts

E. Routing Tables

F. Static and Dynamic Routing

IV. Troubleshooting Part I

A. Troubleshooting Cable Issues

B. Troubleshooting IPv4 and IPv6

C. RIPv2

D. Inter-VLAN Routing

E. Interswitch Connectivity

F. Port Security

V. Infrastructure



C. Syslog

D. Device Configuration

E. Device Management

F. Device Maintenance

VI. Troubleshooting Part II

A. IPv4 for Routed Interfaces

B. Cisco IOS Tools



E. DHCP Connectivity Issues

F. Device Hardening

CCNA1: Network Management II

I. LAN Switching


B. Interswitch Connectivity

C. STP Protocols

D. EtherChannel

E. Switch Stacking and Chassis Aggregation

F. Layer Threat Mitigation

II. Routing Technologies

A. Inter-VLAN Routing

B. Link-State Routing Protocols

C. Exterior Routing Protocols

D. OSPFv2 for IPv4

E. OSPFv3 for IPv6

F. EIGRP for IPv4 and IPv6

III. WAN Technologies



C. GRE Tunnel Connectivity

D. WAN Topology Options

E. WAN Access

F. eBGP IPv4

IV. Infrastructure Services


B. Cloud Resources

C. QoS Concepts

D. Traffic Filtering


V. Infrastructure Maintenance

A. Device-Monitoring Protocols

B. Network Connectivity Issues


D. Device Management

E. Networking Programmability

VI. Troubleshooting

A. Troubleshooting VLANs and STP protocols

B. Troubleshooting STP-related Optional Features

C. Troubleshooting Inter-VLAN

D. Troubleshooting HSRP

E. Troubleshooting Layer 3 Connectivity Issues

Method of Instruction



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