CISCO CCNA Boot Camp is a program which offers an aggressive educational schedule that thoroughly covers all essential elements necessary to become certified as a CCNA.

Each training day is segmented into Lecture, Lab, and Review components that cater to a student's multiple learning styles.

A typical CISCO CCNA Boot Camp program (7 days) has the following structure:

Day 1: Getting Started With Cisco Networks


    • Introduction to Internetworking and the OSI Model
    • TCP/IP Concepts (Basic)
    • Assembling and Cabling Cisco® Devices
    • Operating and Configuring a Cisco® IOS Device
    • Managing Your Network Environment


    • Privileged Exec Mode and Commands
    • Router Help and Editing
    • Commands for Starting and Saving Configurations
    • Setting Your Passwords, Hostname, IP Address, Identification, Bandwidth and Clock Rate
    • Connecting and Configuring Static Routing
    • Discovering Neighbors with CDP
    • Managing configurations and IOS with TFTP

Day 2: TCP/IP Subnetting and Exam Preparation


    • TCP/IP Concepts (Advanced)
    • Subnetting


    • Designing and Configuring Subnetted Networks
    • Password Recovery

Day 3: Interconnecting and Securing CISCO Routers


    • Routing and Routing Protocols (RIP, IGRP, EIGRP, OSPF)
    • Basic IP Traffic Management with Access Lists


    • Routing Information Protocol (RIP)
    • Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (IGRP)
    • Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)
    • Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP)
    • Standard and Extended Access Lists
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Day 4: PPP, ISDN and Frame Relay with CISO Routers


    • Network Address Translation
    • WAN Basics and PPP
    • Establishing Serial Point-to-Point Connections
    • WAN Basics and PPP
    • Establishing Serial Point-to-Point Connections
    • Completing an ISDN BRI Call
    • Establishing a Frame Relay PVC Connection


    • ISDN: Configuring, Defining Routes, Verifying Operation
    • Configuring Frame Relay
    • Troubleshooting

Day 5: Catalyst Switching and Examination Review


    • LAN Technologies
    • Configuring Catalyst Switches
    • Spanning Tree Protocol
    • VLANs and Trunking
    • VTP


    • Catalyst 2950 Basic Setup
    • Creating VLANs and Assigning to Interfaces
    • Creating Trunk Ports

    CCNA® Examination

    Day 6: CCDA Review Session and Certification Testing

    Introduction to Voice design concepts
    Design Principles
    Network Structure Concepts
    IP Addressing Design Concepts
    Basic Campus Switching Design Considerations
    Basic WAN Design Considerations
    Routing Protocols Design Considerations

    Day 7: CISCO Internetworking Design: CCDA Examination

    Security Design Concepts
    Network Management Design Concepts
    Cisco® Internetworking Design Summary
    CCDA® Examination

NOTE: Above program also covers CISCO CCDA Boot Camp

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