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|CCENT Routing and Switching|
|Accredited by: Cisco|
|Access: 12 Months|
|Type: Online Course|
Overview of this Cisco CCENT Course
What you will learn
Next Generation Network (NGN) Routing
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Cisco is the leader in Internet networking across the globe and focuses on the corporate market, small businesses and home users.
The Cisco CCENT (Certified Entry Network Technician) certification will suit anyone who is looking to begin a career in networking and will prepare the student to start working with small enterprise networks. As qualified network staff is always highly sought after, gaining this certification will give you an advantage over other potential candidates that may not be qualified, as it will show that you have the necessary skills to start working straight away.
The CCENT course will teach you how to install, configure, operate and troubleshoot a network and give you a basic understanding of the security measures that go hand in hand with networking. It will also enable you to work with WAN (Wide Area Networks) and wireless networks.
Many network professionals have started their careers with the Cisco CCENT certification, as it provides a firm basis of understanding and skills on which to build a successful career. Gaining this certification ensures that your first step towards a career in IT is one that will lead you in the right direction.
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Cisco CCENT Certification Details
Cisco CCENT Course Assessment
The Cisco CCENT course is designed to provide you with the knowledge that will be required to pass the related exam and earn your certification. The Cisco CCENT qualification is also the first step towards gaining your CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) qualification.
To obtain your CCENT certification you will be required to pass the following exam:
- 100-105 ICND1: Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices – Part 1
Cisco CCENT Course Requirements
There are no prerequisites for studying the Cisco CCENT course.
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Career Path Opportunities
The Cisco CCENT course is suited for anyone looking to work in any of the following roles:
- 1st Line Support
- 2nd Line Support
- Support Technician
- Network Technician
- IT Support Engineer
- Telecoms Engineer
- Desktop Support Technician
- Network Administrator
- Service Desk Administrator
- Network Installation Engineer
Frequently Asked Cisco CCENT Course Questions
QUESTION How long is the CCENT exam?
The exam (100-105 ICND1) is 90 minutes in duration.
QUESTION How many questions are there on this exam?
The CCENT exam consists of 50-60 questions.
QUESTION Am I allowed to take any notes into the exam?
No. The CCENT exam (100-105 ICND1) is a closed-book exam and no notes, books, reference guides, etc. will be allowed in the exam room.
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Exam 100-105: Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1
- 1.1 Introduction
- 1.2 Introduction To TCPIP Networking Part 1
- 1.3 Introduction To TCPIP Networking Part 2
- 1.4 Introduction To TCPIP Networking Part 3
- 1.5 Introduction To TCPIP Networking Part 4
- 1.6 Ethernet LAN Fundamentals Part 1
- 1.7 Ethernet LAN Fundamentals Part 2
- 1.8 Ethernet LAN Fundamentals Part 3
- 1.9 Wide Area Networks Part 1
- 1.10 Wide Area Networks Part 2
- 1.11 IPv4 Addressing And Routing Fundamentals Part 1
- 1.12 IPv4 Addressing And Routing Fundamentals Part 2
- 1.13 IPv4 Addressing And Routing Fundamentals Part 3
- 1.14 TCPIP Transport And Applications Part 1
- 1.15 TCPIP Transport And Applications Part 2
- 2.1 Command Line Essentials Part 1
- 2.2 Command Line Essentials Part 2
- 2.3 Command Line Essentials Part 3
- 2.4 Ethernet LAN Switching
- 2.5 Managing Ethernet Switches Part 1
- 2.6 Managing Ethernet Switches Part 2
- 2.7 Configuring Switch Interfaces
- 3.1 Understanding LAN Design Options Part 1
- 3.2 Understanding LAN Design Options Part 2
- 3.3 Understanding LAN Design Options Part 3
- 3.4 Implementing And Configuring Ethernet VLANS Part 1
- 3.5 Implementing And Configuring Ethernet VLANS Part 2
- 4.1 IPv4 Subnetting Part 1
- 4.2 IPv4 Subnetting Part 2
- 4.3 IPv4 Subnetting Part 3
- 4.4 IPv4 Subnetting Part 4
- 4.5 Analyzing Classful IPv4 Networks Part 1
- 4.6 Analyzing Classful IPv4 Networks Part 2
- 4.7 Analyzing Classful IPv4 Networks Part 3
- 4.8 Analyzing Subnet Masks Part 1
- 4.9 Analyzing Subnet Masks Part 2
- 4.10 Analyzing existing Subnets
- 5.1 Implementing IPv4 Part 1
- 5.2 Implementing IPv4 Part 2
- 5.3 Configuring IPv4 Address And Static Routes Part 1
- 5.4 Configuring IPv4 Address And Static Routes Part 2
- 5.5 Configuring IPv4 Address And Static Routes Part 3
- 5.6 Using Dynamic Routing Protocols Part 1
- 5.7 Using Dynamic Routing Protocols Part 2
- 5.8 Configuring IPv4 Hosts Part 1
- 5.9 Configuring IPv4 Hosts Part 2
- 6.1 Designing IP Subnets Part 1
- 6.2 Designing IP Subnets Part 2
- 6.3 Using VLAN Part 1
- 6.4 Using VLAN Part 2
- 6.5 Troubleshooting IPv4
- 7.1 Access Control Lists Part 1
- 7.2 Access Control Lists Part 2
- 7.3 Access Control Lists Part 3
- 7.4 Access Control Lists Part 4
- 7.5 Network Address Translation Part 1
- 7.6 Network Address Translation Part 2
- 8.1 IPv6 Fundamentals Part 1
- 8.2 IPv6 Fundamentals Part 2
- 8.3 IPv6 Fundamentals Part 3
- 8.4 IPv6 Fundamentals Part 4
- 8.5 IPv6 Addressing And Subnetting Part 1
- 8.6 IPv6 Addressing And Subnetting Part 2
- 8.7 Implementing IPv6 Part 1
- 8.8 Implementing IPv6 Part 2
- 8.9 Implementing IPv6 Part 3
- 8.10 Implementing IPv6 Part 4
- 8.11 Course Conclusion