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The main educational objective of the Cisco CCNA 200-301 (Cisco Certified Network Associate) course is to prepare participants to acquire the skills and knowledge essential for designing, configuring, operating and troubleshooting computer networks.
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Why this Courses

CCNA, or Cisco Certified Network Associate, is the ultimate catalyst for a thriving career in the dynamic realm of networking. This globally recognized certification not only equips individuals with a rock-solid foundation in networking principles but also positions them as sought-after professionals in the industry. CCNA opens the gateway to a multitude of career opportunities, from network administration to security, offering not just a job but a fulfilling and lucrative career path. It's not just a certification; it's a ticket to higher earning potential, global recognition, and continuous professional development. With hands-on experience, community connections, and a direct pathway to advanced certifications, CCNA is the definitive choice for those who aspire not just to succeed but to excel in the fast-paced world of IT.


Lesson 1


  • Origins of computer network, the OEMs and why Cisco?
  • Understand network devices.
  • Master the methods for setting up an IP address plan according to a company size.
  • Master the communication process in a network with lab scenario.
  • Network device configuration.
  • Deploying solutions for remotely accessing the CLI of a router and switch.
Lesson 2

Layer 3 Technologies

  • Comparison of Layer 3 technologies.
  • Concept and lab on static routing technologies (Static route with next hop, exit-interface, default static route) and dynamic routing technologies (Open Shortest path First, First Hop Redundancy Protocol).
  • Concept and lab on Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol.
  • Understanding the principles of network architecture.
  • Understanding router and multilayer switch logic.
  • Understanding WAN technologies.
Lesson 3

Layer 2 Technologies

  • Understand the general functions of a switch.
  • Understanding how the switch behaves in a network.
  • Concept and lab on layer 2 technologies such as: VLAN, DTP, VTP, ETHERCHANNEL, STP.
Lesson 4

Network Security

  • Principles of network security.
  • Debriefing of layer 3 and layer 2 security.
  • Controlling traffic between users in different networks using ACL technology on the router, otherwise known as a stateless firewall.
  • Control communications between users in the same network using VACL technology on the switch.
  • Understanding vulnerabilities and attacks (MIM, DOS etc....) at layer 2.
  • Deploy countermeasure to protect against layer 2 vulnerabilities in a network.
  • Understand the why, what and how of NAT (concept and lab).
Lesson 5

Automation and Network programmability

  • Network device planes
  • Study the traditional method of network management and its disadvantages.
  • General overview of Automation and Network Programmability.
  • Understanding software-based networking method known as SDN.
  • Understanding wireless communication technology.
  • Understanding virtualization technology and its implementation.
  • Understanding the importance of Cloud computing.


The  CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) certification exam assesses candidates on a comprehensive range of networking topics, encompassing network fundamentals, IP connectivity, security, automation, and more.

As a general guideline, the cost for Cisco certification exams, including CCNA, often falls within the range of $300 to $400 USD. However, these figures are approximate, and the actual cost might be different based on your location, exam version, or any promotions that Cisco may offer.

Achieving the CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) certification opens doors to various job opportunities in the field of networking. Here's a list of potential job roles:
  • Network Administrator
  • Network Engineer
  • Systems Administrator
  • Network Support Technician
  • IT Support Specialist
  • Help Desk Technician
  • Network Security Analyst
  • Wireless Communication Engineer
  • Telecommunications Specialist
  • VoIP Engineer
  • Data Center Technician
  • IT Consultant
  • Field Service Technician
  • Network Operations Center (NOC) Technician
  • Pre-sales Engineer

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