This program is offered through a partnership agreement with and under the quality assurance processes of Cisco Networking Academies (USA).
The program is designed to give participants practical skills in designing, configuring and installing computer internetworks using equipment such as routers and switches.
Program delivery is activity-based and includes computer-based learning using Cisco Multimedia Instruction, short lectures, hands-on exercises and case studies. The focus is very much on practical outcomes.
Students will receive a statement of result for each Semester Unit.
Students must successfully pass a Semester Unit before being allowed to progress to the following Semester.
Students who successfully complete all four Semester units will receive a Western Sydney Institute, Blacktown College, Certificate which certifies the successful completion of the full Cisco Systems Networking Academy Program. They may then sit for the internationally recognised Cisco Certified Networking Associate (CCNA) examination.
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CCNA1: Introduction to Networks
Chapter 1 – Exploring the Network
Chapter 2 – Configuring a Network Operating System
Chapter 3 – Network Protocols and Communications
Chapter 4 – Network Access
Chapter 5 – Ethernet
Chapter 6 – Network Layer
Chapter 7 – Transport Layer
Chapter 8 – IP Addressing
Chapter 9 – Subnetting IP Networks
Chapter 10 – Application Layer
Chapter 11 – It’s a Network
CCAN2: Routing and Switching Essentials
Chapter 1 Introduction to Switched Networks
Chapter 2 Basic Switching Concepts and Configuration
Chapter 3 VLANs
Chapter 4 Routing Concepts
Chapter 5 Inter-VLAN Routing
Chapter 6 Static Routing
Chapter 7 Routing Dynamically
Chapter 8 Single-Area OSPF
Chapter9 Access Control Lists
Chapter 10 DHCP
Chapter 11 Network Address Translation for IPv4
CCNA3: Scaling Networks
Chapter 1 — Introduction to Scaling Networks
Chapter 2 — LAN Redundancy
Chapter 3 — Link Aggregation
Chapter 4 — Wireless LANs
Chapter 5 — Adjust and Troublshoot Single-Area OSPF
Chapter 6 — Multiarea OSPF
Chapter 7 — EIGRP
Chapter 8 — EIGRP Advanced Configurations and Troubleshooting
Chapter 9 — IOS Images and Licensing
CCNA4: Connecting Networks
Chapter 1 — Hierarchical Network Design
Chapter 2 — Connecting to the WAN
Chapter 3 — Point-to-Point Connections
Chapter 4 — Frame Relay
Chapter 5 — Network Address Translation for IPv4
Chapter 6 — Broadband Solutions
Chapter 9 — Troubleshooting the Network
Chapter 8 — Monitoring the Network
Chapter 7 — Securing Site-to-Site Connectivity
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