Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)

The Cisco Certified Network Associate – Routing and Switching (CCNA – Routing and Switching ) certification title has become the leading entry level network certification available today.

 

The Cisco Certified Network Associate – Routing and Switching (CCNA – Routing and Switching) certification was developed by Cisco to test a candidate’s knowledge of networking at entry level.

 

The Cisco Certified Network Associate – Routing and Switching (CCNA – Routing and Switching) certification analyzes the candidate’s ability to install, configure, operate, and troubleshoot medium-size routed and switched networks

 

The CCNARouting and Switching certification is recognized by IT employers when considering a fresher’s profile for a vacancy or for a salary hike/promotion for experienced employees.

 

The Cisco Certified Network Associate – Routing and Switching (CCNA – Routing and Switching) Exam covers a broad range of networking concepts to prepare candidates for the technologies they are likely to work with in today’s network environments.

 

 

»  CCNA exam syllabus includes TCP/IP,

»  IP Addressing and Subnetting, Routing Information Protocol (RIP),

»  Routing Information Protocol V2 (RIPv2),

»  IGRP (Interior Gateway Routing Protocol),

»  Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP),

»  Open Shortest Path First (OSPF),

»  Serial Line Interface Protocol,

»  Frame Relay,

»  VLANs,

»  Ethernet,

»  Access control lists (ACLs) etc.

 

Thorough knowledge in Basic Networking and TCP/IP is required to continue CCNA Routing and Switching learning..

 

CCNA Routing and Switching topics as per 200-125 exam is listed below.

»  IP addressing (v4 & v6)

»  Subnetting

»  Cisco’s internetworking operating system(IOS)

»  Flow of data

»  IP routing

»  EIGRP and OSPF

»  Layer 2 switching

»  Virtual LAN

»  Security

»  NAT

»  Wireless technologies