Networking

  • ID: 59
  • 50.00 Hrs

Who Should attend

This course is for fresh college graduates, testers, developers and business users having good communication skills and wanting to work closely with the business users and technical team.

Course Description

The Computer Networking and Systems Management Program prepares students for the exciting computer support and networking field. The courses provide the essential foundation to enter and grow in an IT career. From the beginning, students are engaged in the process of supporting computers. The student will learn the skills to become a bench technician and a desktop support technician. From there, the student will move into the networking arena and be provided courses that will give them a foundation in networking administration and security. The final course, Ethical Hacking, is designed to take the student's recently acquired knowledge in PC hardware support, desktop support, networking and security, and apply it in the art of network defense.

Course Content

  • Installing SharePoint 2013
    • Introduction to network (LAN,WAN,MAN)
    • What is IP address, IPv4, IPV6, detail explanation on class ranges
    • What is TCP/IP & OSI layers with detail explanation
    • What is switch, models, purpose & difference between switch & hub
    • What is layer 2 & layer 3 switches
    • What is vlan, in details of vlans
    • What is spanning-tress in details of with all varieties of SPT
    • Layer 2 security in switches
    • Ether channels & loading balancing in switching
    • Switches IOS code upgrade and downgrade
    • How to push/pull configuration files from/in switches
    • Different types of switch ports
    • What is router different types of routers
    • What is protocol different types of protocols (RIP,EIGRP,OSPF,BGP) in details
    • Routers IOS code upgrade and downgrade
    • How to push/pull configuration files from/in routers
    • Layer2/3 redundancy protocols (HSRP/VRRP/GLBP)
    • Purpose of AAA, how to configure
    • Purpose of SNMP, how to configure
    • Purpose of SSH/Telnet, how to configure
    • What is ACL/Prefix-list/Route-Map and how to configure
    • How to make one full site network design if there are 50 to 100/ 500 – 1000
    • All network monitoring tools, purpose, how to configure
    • All ticketing tools, process of raising incident/change/work order
    • Live login on production routers/switches
    • Live login on production monitoring/ticketing tools
    • What is Nexus, Advantages, Nexus 2k,5K,7K, 1000V in details with all topics
    • What is data center how the design looks like
    • How the traffic flow in production from one PC to another PC, and from one PC to internet
    • How to make network drawing with Microsoft VISIO software
    • How to trouble shoot ongoing issues/ incidents/recurring outages
    • Basics of network Security about what is firewall & ASA, site to site VPN configuration, Objects, ACL, NAT
    • Basics of F5 and license activations, configuring management IP, VIPS, Pools creation, server health, load balancing in LTM & GTM
    • How to prepare resume
    • How to face interviews
    • How to behave as professional network engineer when you are on conference calls/ in production
    • How to conference calls when you are working on network outages
    • How to talk with service providers when WAN links go down
    • How to talk to CISCO TEK person when you want to get support/ product replacement
    • Networking videos/ books/ links
    • How to prepare for certifications
    • Presentation skills on networking topic/ how to attend meeting/ how to write business emails

Career Path

Career paths available to students include, but are not limited to, employment opportunities as a Network Support Technician, Hardware Installation Coordinator, Field Support Technician, Help Desk Technician, PC Technician, Computer Services Technician, Service Center Technician, or Technical Writer.

Schedules

Id Date Session Time Location
* Above schedule may change due to unavoidable reasons