CCNA 200-301

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CCNA 200-301 Training proves you have what it takes to navigate the ever-changing landscape of IT. CCNA 200-301 covers networking fundamentals, IP services, security fundamentals, automation and programmability. Designed for agility and versatility, CCNA validates that you have the skills required to manage and optimize today's most advanced networks. The IONX CCNA training course and CISCO CCNA exam give you the foundation to take your career in any direction. When you certify with Cisco, you are living proof of the standard and rigor that businesses recognize and trust to meet and exceed market demands.

(CCNA 200-301) Cisco Certified Network Associate

"Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) is the associate level Certification in Networking offered by Cisco Systems. CCNA formerly known as CCNA Routing and Switching covers basics of Cisco Networking and routing switching technologies along with IP addressing schemes, routing basics, switching, WAN technologies, Network Security fundamentals, Network Automation and Network Programmability basics. After completion of CCNA course, a candidate can easily install, configure and troubleshoot Cisco Routers and Switches for medium sized networks. After completion of CCNA Certification training, you can go for higher level of Cisco Course like CCNP Enterprise or CCNP Security, to further strengthen your Routing & Switching, Network Programming & SDN and Network Security skills."

We are the Best Institute for Cisco CCNA Course Training in Gujarat India. IONX provides New CCNa Course in Ahmedabad Gujarat Centre on real Cisco devices (Router and Switches) with full time Lab facility. Our CCNA curriculum is designed as per CCNA Certification exam blueprints and New latest CCNA Syllabus provided by Cisco. We do not use simulator software in our classes ot lab. In order to prepare for all New Consolidated CCNA 200-301 exam conducted by Cisco, candidates need to work on real devices instead of relying on simulators.

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Syllabus of CCNA 200-301 Course in Ahmedabad

  • Introduction
  • A (Very) Basic Introduction to Networking
  • The OSI Reference Model Overview
  • The TCP/IP Stack
  • The Upper OSI Layers
  • The Lower OSI Layers
  • Introduction
  • Cisco Operating Systems Preview
  • Connecting to a Cisco Device over the network
  • Making the Initial Connection to a Cisco Device
  • Navigating the Cisco IOS Operating System Part 1 Preview
  • Navigating the Cisco IOS Operating System Part 2 Preview
  • Cisco IOS Configuration Management Preview
  • The IOS Operating System - Lab Exercises
  • Introduction
  • The Transport Layer Header, TCP and UD
  • Introduction
  • The IP Header
  • Unicast, Broadcast and Multicast Traffic
  • How to Count in Binary
  • IPv4 Addresses
  • Calculating an IPv4 Address in Binary
  • The Subnet Mask
  • Slash Notation
  • Introduction
  • Class A IP Addresses
  • IP Address Classes B and C
  • IP Address Classes D and E
  • Introduction
  • CIDR Classless Inter-Domain Routing
  • Subnetting Overview
  • Subnetting Class C Networks and VLSM
  • Subnetting Practice Questions
  • Variable Length Subnet Masking Example Part 1
  • Variable Length Subnet Masking Example Part 2
  • Subnetting Large Networks Part 1
  • Subnetting Large Networks Part 2
  • Subnetting on the 4th Octet - Written Example
  • Subnetting on the 3rd Octet - Written Example
  • Private IP Addresses Part 1
  • Private IP Addresses Part 2
  • Subnetting Table and Subnet Calculator
  • Where to Get More Subnetting Practice
  • Additional Subnetting Practice
  • Introduction
  • Local Area Network Layer 2 - Ethernet
  • Introduction
  • Ethernet Connection Media
  • Introduction
  • Switches vs Hubs
  • Switch Operation
  • Routers
  • Other Cisco Devices
  • Cisco Device Functions - Lab Exercises
  • Introduction
  • DNS The Domain Name System
  • DNS on Cisco Routers
  • ARP Address Resolution Protocol
  • ARP for Routed Traffic
  • Life of a Packet Example Part 1 - DNS
  • Life of a Packet Example Part 2 - HTTP
  • The Life of a Packet - Lab Exercises
  • Introduction
  • The Cisco Troubleshooting Methodology
  • Cisco Troubleshooting Methodology - Lab Example
  • The Cisco Troubleshooting Methodology - Lab Exercises
  • Introduction
  • Basic Router and Switch Configuration
  • The Setup Wizard
  • Speed and Duplex Settings
  • CDP and LLDP
  • Basic Layer 1 and 2 Troubleshooting
  • Basic Layer 1 and 2 Troubleshooting - Lab Demo
  • Cisco Router and Switch Basics - Lab Exercises
  • Introduction
  • The Boot Up Process
  • The Boot Up Process Lab Demo
  • Factory Reset and Password Recovery
  • Password Recovery Lab Demo
  • Backing up the System Image and Configuration
  • Upgrading IOS
  • Cisco Device Management - Lab Exercises
  • Introduction
  • Connected and Local Routes
  • Connected and Local Routes Lab Demo
  • Static Routes
  • Static Routes Lab Demo
  • Summarisation, Longest Prefix Match, and Default Routes
  • Summary Routes and Longest Prefix Match Lab Demo
  • Default Routes and Load Balancing Lab Demo
  • Routing Fundamentals - Lab Exercises
  • Introduction
  • Dynamic Routing Protocols vs Static Routes
  • Dynamic Routing Protocols Lab Demo
  • Routing Protocol Types
  • Routing Protocol Types Lab Demo
  • Routing Protocol Metrics
  • Routing Protocol Metrics Lab Demo
  • Equal Cost Multi Path
  • Equal Cost Multi Path Lab Demo
  • Administrative Distance
  • Administrative Distance Lab Demo
  • Loopback Interfaces
  • Adjacencies and Passive Interfaces
  • Adjacencies and Passive Interfaces Lab Dem
  • Dynamic Routing Protocols - Lab Exercises
  • Introduction
  • Basic Connectivity Troubleshooting
  • Connectivity Troubleshooting - Lab Exercises
  • Introduction
  • RIP the Routing Information Protocol
  • RIP Lab Demo
  • EIGRP - the Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol
  • EIGRP Lab Demo
  • IGP Fundamentals Configuration - Lab Exercises
  • Introduction
  • OSPF Characteristics
  • OSPF Basic Configuration Lab Demo
  • OSPF Advanced Topics
  • OSPF Advanced Topics Lab Demo
  • OSPF Areas
  • OSPF Areas Lab Demo
  • Bandwidth vs Clock Rate and Speed
  • OSPF Cost Metric
  • OSPF Cost Metric Lab Demo
  • OSPF Adjacencies
  • OSPF DR and BDR Designated Routers
  • OSPF DR and BDR Lab Demo
  • OSPF Configuration - Lab Exercises
  • Introduction
  • Campus LAN Design - Core, Distribution and Access Layers
  • Spine-Leaf Network Design
  • Why we have VLANs
  • VLAN Access Ports
  • VLAN Access Ports Lab Demo
  • VLAN Trunk Ports
  • VLAN Trunk Ports Lab Demo
  • DTP Dynamic Trunking Protocol
  • VTP VLAN Trunking Protocol
  • VTP Lab Demo
  • VLAN Configuration Lab Exercises
  • Introduction
  • Router with Separate Interfaces
  • Router on a Stick
  • Layer 3 Switch
  • Layer 3 Switch Lab Demo
  • VLAN and Inter-VLAN Routing Configuration - Lab Exercises
  • Introduction
  • DHCP Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
  • Cisco DHCP Server
  • External DHCP Server
  • Windows, Mac and Linux client IP settings
  • Cisco DHCP Client
  • DHCP Configuration - Lab Exercises
  • Introduction
  • Network Redundancy
  • FHRP First Hop Redundancy Protocols
  • HSRP Hot Standby Router Protocol
  • HSRP Advanced Topics
  • HSRP Configuration - Lab Exercises
  • Introduction
  • Layer 3 Path Selection and Loop Prevention Review
  • Why we have the Spanning Tree Protocol
  • Spanning Tree Terminology - The Bridge
  • How Spanning Tree Works
  • Spanning Tree Versions
  • Verification - s spanning-tree
  • Verification - s mac address-table
  • Manipulating the Root Bridge Election
  • Spanning Tree and HSRP Alignment
  • Portfast, BPDU Guard and Root Guard
  • STP Troubleshooting - Lab Exercises
  • STP Configuration - Lab Exercises
  • Introduction
  • Why we have EtherChannel
  • EtherChannel Load Balancing
  • EtherChannel Protocols and Configuration
  • EtherChannel Lab Demo
  • Routing Protocol Metrics
  • StackWise, VSS and vPC
  • Layer 3 EtherChannel
  • EtherChannel Configuration - Lab Exercises
  • Introduction
  • DHCP Snooping
  • DAI Dynamic ARP Inspection
  • 802.1X Identity Based Networking
  • Preventing Unauthorised Devices with Port Security
  • Preventing Unauthorised Devices with Port Security Lab Demo
  • Locking Ports to Hosts with Port Security
  • Locking Ports to Hosts with Port Security Lab Demo
  • Port Security Configuration - Lab Exercises
  • Introduction
  • Access Control Lists Overview
  • Standard, Extended and Named ACLs
  • ACL Syntax
  • ACL Operations
  • Numbered ACLs Lab Demo
  • Named ACLs Lab Demo
  • Access Control Lists Configuration - Lab Exercise
  • Introduction
  • IPv4 Address Exhaustion and NAT
  • Static NAT
  • NAT Translations - Inside Local, Inside Global, Outside Local, Outside Global
  • Static NAT Lab Demo
  • Dynamic NAT
  • Dynamic NAT Lab Demo
  • PAT Port Address Translation
  • PAT Port Address Translation Lab Demo
  • Network Address Translation Configuration - Lab Exercise
  • Introduction
  • Why We Need IPv6
  • Dynamic Routing Protocols Lab Demo
  • The IPv6 Address Format
  • IPv6 Global Unicast Addresses
  • IPv6 Global Unicast Addresses Lab Demo
  • EUI-64 Addresses
  • Unique Local and Link Local Addresses
  • Link Local Addresses Lab Demo
  • SLAAC Stateless Address AutoConfiguration
  • IPv6 Static Routes
  • IPv6 Static Routes Lab Demo
  • IPv6 Addressing and Routing - Lab Exercise
  • Introduction
  • WAN Overview
  • VPN - Virtual Private Networks
  • WAN Connectivity Options
  • Leased Lines
  • MPLS Multi Protocol Label Switching
  • PPPoE Point to Point Protocol over Ethernet
  • WAN Topology Options
  • Introduction
  • The Security Threat Landscape
  • Common Attacks
  • Firewalls and IDS/IPS
  • Firewalls vs Packet Filters
  • Cryptography
  • TLS Transport Layer Security
  • Site-to-Site VPN Virtual Private Networks
  • Remote Access VPN Virtual Private Networks
  • Threat Defense Solutions
  • Introduction
  • Line Level Security
  • Privileged Exec and Password Encryption
  • Line Level Security Lab Demo
  • Usernames and Privilege Levels
  • SSH Secure Shell
  • SSH Secure Shell Lab Demo
  • AAA Authentication, Authorization and Accounting
  • AAA Configuration
  • Global Security Best Practices
  • Global Security Best Practices Lab Demo
  • Cisco Device Security Configuration - Lab Exercises
  • Introduction
  • Syslog
  • Terminal Monitor and Logging Synchronous
  • Syslog Lab Demo
  • SNMP Simple Network Management Protocol
  • SNMP Lab Demo
  • SNMPv3 Configuration
  • SNMPv3 Lab Demo
  • Syslog vs SNMP
  • Network Device Management - Lab Exercises
  • Introduction
  • QoS Overview
  • Classification and Marking
  • Congestion Management
  • Policing and Shaping
  • Introduction
  • Traditional IT Deployment Models
  • Defining Cloud Computing
  • Cloud Computing Case Study
  • Server Virtualization
  • Virtualizing Network Devices
  • Cloud Service Models
  • Cloud Deployment Models
  • Cloud Computing Advantages
  • Introduction
  • Wireless Network Types
  • Infrastructure Mode and Wireless Access Points
  • Wireless LAN Controllers and CAPWAP
  • Switch Configuration for Wireless Networks
  • Wireless Channels and Radio Frequencies
  • Wireless Security
  • Switch Configuration for Wireless - Lab Demo
  • Wireless Network Configuration - Lab Demo
  • Wireless Fundamentals: Lab Exercises
  • Introduction
  • The Benefits of Network Automation and Programmability
  • Python, Git, GitHub and CI-CD
  • Data Serialization Formats: XML, JSON and YAML
  • APIs - CRUD, REST and SOAP
  • Model Driven Programmability - YANG, NETCONF, RESTCONF and gRPC
  • Lab Demo - Testing APIs with Postman
  • Configuration Management Tools - Ansible, Puppet and Chef
  • Ansible Lab Demo o
  • SDN Software Defined Networking
  • Software Defined Architecture - DNA Center
  • Software Defined Architecture - SD-Access
  • Software Defined Architecture - SD-WANs
  • Further Learning Resources
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  • The Cisco Certified Network Associate v1.0 (CCNA 200-301) exam is a 120-minute exam associated with the CCNA certification. This exam tests a candidate's knowledge and skills related to network fundamentals, network access, IP connectivity, IP services, security fundamentals, and automation and programmability. The course, Implementing and Administering Cisco Solutions (CCNA), helps candidates prepare for this exam.
  • Candidates must acknowledge the Cisco Certifications and Confidentiality Agreement online at the authorized testing center prior to taking any Cisco Certification exam. Candidates who do not agree will not be able to proceed with the exam and a refund will not be provided. Signing this legal agreement is required.
  • Candidates will be provided with an erasable note board and marker for notes and calculations to assist them as they answer the questions.
  • At the completion of the testing session, candidates will receive a score report that includes a score breakout by exam section and the passing score for the given exam.
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    Exams are proctored, timed, and delivered in a secure environment. Most exams last approximately one to two hours. Lab exams typically last eight hours. Lab exams are Pass/Fail and results are available online (using login) within 48 hours.

    • Candidates must acknowledge the Cisco Certifications and Confidentiality Agreement online at the authorized testing center prior to taking any Cisco Certification exam. Candidates who do not agree will not be able to proceed with the exam and a refund will not be provided. Signing this legal agreement is required.
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    • Candidates will be provided with an erasable note board and marker for notes and calculations to assist them as they answer the questions.
    • At the completion of the testing session, candidates will receive a score report that includes a score breakout by exam section and the passing score for the given exam. 

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