The CISCO 1 Certified Entry Networking Technician (CCENT) certification is designed for IT workers or those that are interested in becoming Network Administrators. The course covers foundational networking topics required for anyone working with IP4 and IPV6 networks. This series cover configuring and maintaining CISCO routers and switches in small to medium-sized networks. Topics covered in this series include routing protocols, VLAN, device security, routing fundamentals, infrastructure and maintenance service and more.
The CISCO 2 course is the second half of the CCNA Routing and Switching curriculum associated with the CCNA Routing and Switching certification. In this section, students will work in small groups, self-study and lectures. Virtual and physical labs will be available to simulate real-life scenarios and deployment strategies for networking. The goal of this course is to provide students with the key skills needed to successfully deploy and troubleshoot routers and switches in a medium-sized network. The ICND2 course focuses on the configuration and troubleshooting of Layer 2 technologies such as VLANs, STP, Ether channel, and PPP, as well as Laver 3 technologies such as HSRP, EIGRP and OSPF for 1Pv4 and IPv6, and BGP. It also includes coverage of GRE tunnels, SON, and QoS.
Workforce CISCO Orientation, minimum 7.0 tested reading level
CISCO 1: Basic computer literacy, internet usage skills, PC operating system navigation skills and address knowledge.
CISCO 2: Completion of CISCO 1.
Completing CISCO 1 allows testing for CISCO CCENT entry-level certification. Completing CISCO 2 prepares participants to take industry-recognized CISCO Certified Networking Associate (CCNA) exam leading to certification. SWBOCES Certificate of Completion.