Cisco (CCNA, DEVASC, ENCOR and ENARSI) Certification Preparation

CCNA 200-301, DEVASC 200-901, ENCOR 350-401, and ENARSI 300-410
Cisco Certified Network Associate (200-301)
The CCNA exam tests a candidate’s ability to implement and administer a wide range of modern IT networking technologies. ETI’s online program covers every exam objective, including network components, IP connectivity and routing, network security, virtual networking, and much more.

Devnet Associate (200-901)
DEVASC teaches the skills of software development and design, including understanding and using APIs, Cisco platforms and development, application development and security, and infrastructure and automation.

Implementing And Operating Cisco Enterprise Network Core Technologies (350-401)
The ENCOR exam tests the student’s skills related to implementing core enterprise network technologies, including dual stack (IPv4 and IPv6) architecture, virtualization, infrastructure, network assurance, security, and automation.

Implementing Cisco Enterprise Advanced Routing and Services (300-410)
ENARSI teaches the implementation and troubleshooting for advanced routing technologies and services, including layer 3, VPN services, and infrastructure security, services and automation.

Training topics to be covered include:
200-301 CCNA
• Networking Components
• Networking Components – NGFW, NGIPS, and Cisco DNA Center
• WLCs, Access Points, Servers, and Endpoints
• Network Topology Architectures
• Network Topology Architectures – WAN, Cloud, and SOHO
• Layer 1 Interfaces and Cabling
• Layer 1 Physical and Configuration Issues
• Networking Protocols
• IP Addressing Basics and Configuration
• IPv4 Subnetting
• IPv6 Addressing and Configuration
• Virtualization Concepts
• Network Access, VLAN Configuration, and Interswitch Connectivity
• L2 Discovery Protocols and L2 and L3 EtherChannel Configuration
• Spanning Tree Protocol
• Cisco Wireless Architecture and WLAN Components
• Cisco WLC Configuration and Wireless Management Access
• Static Routing
• Dynamic Routing
• Configuring and Verifying NAT
• NTP, DNS, and DHCP
• SNMP, Syslog, and PHB for QoS
• Configuring SSH, FTP, and TFTP
• IT Security Concepts
• Security Program and Password Policy Components
• AAA Security and VPN Types
• Configuring and Verifying ACLs
• Configuring Port Security, DHCP Snooping, and DAI
• Automation, Network Programmability, and SDN Architectures
• APIs and Cisco DNA Center
• Configuration Management and JSON Encoded Data
• Mentoring 200-301 CCNA: mentors are available to help students with their studies
• Test Prep 200-301 CCNA: used to test your knowledge on the skills and competencies being measured by the vendor certification exam

200-901 DEVASC
• DevNet overview and setting up tools in Linux
• Setting up development and virtualization tools in Windows
• Working with data formats
• Software development methodologies
• Development methodologies and software quality
• Code organization, design patterns, and version control
• Working with Git
• HTTP, APIs, and Webhooks
• API usage and authentication
• Application infrastructure, deployment, security, and CI/CD
• DevOps, Docker, Bash, and unit testing basics
• Coding, testing, and managing Cisco devices
• Configuring devices with Bash, Python, and Ansible
• Network and network communication basics
• IPv4 addressing, Binary conversion, and subnetting
• Network components, connectivity, and troubleshooting
• IP services and operational planes
• Network, collaboration, security, and compute capabilities
• Python scripting and managing WebEx resources
• Mentoring 200-901 DEVASC: mentors are available to help students with their studies

350-401 ENCOR
• Overview, enterprise network design, and high availability
• WLAN deployment, SD-WAN, and SD-Access
• QoS and Cisco express forwarding
• Device and path virtualization technologies
• Path virtualization technologies and troubleshooting
• VTP and troubleshooting 802.1Q and EtherChannel
• RSTP, MST, and routing concepts
• OSPF LSAs, features and troubleshooting
• eBGP and BGP
• WLAN layer 1 and access point concepts
• Wireless roaming and troubleshooting
• NTP, NAT, and PAT
• First hop redundancy protocols and multicast
• Troubleshooting tools, system logging, and netflow
• SPAN, IP SLA, SDN, and remote device configuration
• Access control and REST API security
• Wireless and network security
• Network programmability, EEM, and orchestration tools
• Mentoring 350-401 ENCOR: mentors are available to help students with their studies

300-410 ENARSI
• Troubleshooting administrative distance, route maps, and loops
• Routing protocol redistribution, route tagging, and filtering
• Summarization, policy-based routing, VRF-lite, and BFD
• EIGRP concepts
• OSPF concepts
• Advanced OSPF features
• EIGRP stub and BGP concepts
• BGP address families, peers, AS numbers, and neighbor states
• BGP synchronization, peer groups, route refresh, and timers
• BGP path attributes, route reflectors, and routing policies
• MPLS basic operations and Layer 3 VPNs
• DMVPN basics and configuration
• IPv6 first hop security and AAA, ACL, uRPF, and CoPP troubleshooting
• Device, SNMP, DHCP, and Syslog troubleshooting
• IP SLA, NetFlow, and Cisco DNA center troubleshooting
• Mentoring 300-410 ENARSI: mentors are available to help students with their studies

Course Outcomes

Upon the completion of this course, students will be able to:
• Configure IPv4 addresses on physical interfaces and logical interfaces and verify that IP addresses have been set using the command line interface
• Configure and verify the working of NTP, describe the need and use of NTP for synchronization of network devices, and describe how logging is important for networks
• Describe Cisco network management platform capabilities
• Configure wireless roaming and aaa authentication
• Configure a Cisco device to use DHCP to get an IP address and to provide DHCP services as a server
• Configure the DMVPN NHRP network ID and NHS

Target Student

The target students for this course consists of network support engineers, network administrators, software and application developers; network professionals who need to install, configure, operate and troubleshoot enterprise networks using advanced routing and infrastructure technologies.


Modality: Self-paced
Duration: 100 hours
Offered: 24/5
Start Date: On the first Monday of every month
Registration Ends: One week before start date
Certificate: Yes

Cisco (CCNA, DEVASC, ENCOR and ENARSI) Certification Preparation

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