Why Take CCENT Training?
If your plan is to work in IT infrastructure or cybersecurity, learning some level of network administration is essential. Cisco owns more than 60% of the enterprise network market so you are sure to come across their technology at some point in your career.
The Cisco Certified Entry Networking (CCENT) accreditation is the foundational Cisco certification and a great place to start your netorking journey. CCENT on its own is unlikely to launch your computer network career but it will prepare you nicely for the next tier of Cisco certifications, which employers seek in new network associate roles.
This certification is perfect for entry-level professionals seeking to develop a career in the networking field. In our CCENT training we will teach you the basics of installing, managing and troubleshooting computer networks. You’ll learn about boost processes, how the Cisco configuration process works and basic switch commands. On completion of our CCENT training class, you’ll be able to demonstrate your ability to manage a small, enterprise branch network.In this course, you will:
- Learn the basics of networking.
- Learn the basics of Cisco devices and commands.
- Set up an IPv4 network.
- Set up an IPv6 network.
- Learn infrastructure services.
- Learn LAN switching basics.
- Learn about routing basics.
- Learn about NAT basics.
- Maintain the network infrastructure.
- Enhance network security.
- Troubleshoot networks.
This is an entry-level course and has no prerequisites. Our-hands on training methodology will give you all you need to get started with Cisco systems.
Required Exam 100-105 ICND 1
- Maximum of 55 questions
- Time Length 90 minutes per Exam
- Format Multiple Choice, Drop and Drag, Fill in the Blank, Simulation, Testlet, and Simlet
TrainACE's CCENT training will prepare you for job roles including:
- Network Administrator
- Network Engineer
- Cisco Network Engineer
- Network Support Specialist
- Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician
Skills and Concepts:
Lesson 1: Basics of Networking
- Network Concepts
- The TCP/IP Model
- The OSI Model
Lesson 2: Basics of Cisco Devices and Commands
- Cisco Devices
- Infrastructure Components in Cisco Network
- Cisco Architecture Types
- Cabling Types
- Cisco IOS Commands
Lesson 3: Setting Up an IPv4 Network
- Basics of IPv4 Addressing
- Troubleshooting Methodologies
- Troubleshoot IPv4 Addressing and Subnetting Issues
Lesson 4: Setting Up an IPv6 Network
- Basics of IPv6 Addressing
- Troubleshoot IPv6 Addressing Issues
Lesson 5: Infrastructure Services
- Configure DNS
- Configure DHCP
- Configure NTP
Lesson 6: LAN Switching Basics
- Configure Switches
- Configure VLANs
- Interswitch Connectivity
- Layer 2 Protocols
Lesson 7:Routing Basics
- Routing Concepts
- Configure Routing Interfaces
- Inter-VLAN Routing
- Configure IPv4 and IPv6 Static Routing
Lesson 8:NAT Basics
- IPv4 Numbered and Named Access Lists
- Configure NAT
Lesson 9:Maintaining the Network Infrastructure
- Monitor Network Devices
- Configure Network Devices
- Manage Network Devices
- Device Maintenance
Lesson 10:Enhancing Network Security
- Configure Ports
- Secure Network Devices
Lesson 11:Troubleshooting Network
- Troubleshoot Infrastructure Services
- Troubleshoot Common Network Issues
- Troubleshoot Switching Issues
- Troubleshoot Routing Issues
- Troubleshoot Port Security Issues
- Troubleshoot Inter-VLAN Routing Issues
- Troubleshoot Basic Device Hardening Issues