This authorized Cisco training is designed specifically for network engineers and administrators requiring full knowledge of Cisco router and switch configuration. It prepares you for two certifications: Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician (CCENT) and Cisco Certified Network Associate Routing & Switching (CCNA).
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Infosec’s authorized CCNA/CCENT training is designed to build a foundation in and apprentice knowledge of networking. CCNA/CCENT certified professionals can install, configure and operate LAN, WAN and dial access services for small networks, including but not limited to use of these protocols: IP, EIGRP, Serial, VLANs, RIP, Ethernet and OSPF.
The Cisco CCENT certification validates the skills required for entry-level network support positions, the starting point for many successful careers in networking. Candidates should have the knowledge and skill to install, operate and troubleshoot a small enterprise branch network, including basic network security. CCENT certification is the first step toward achieving CCNA, which covers medium size enterprise branch networks with more complex connections.
CCNA certification is recognized as a key route for network professionals on their way to a rewarding career in the Cisco internetworking field. The demand for highly skilled network professionals increases daily. Infosec’s authorized CCNA course is an innovative and challenging training designed specifically for network engineers and administrators requiring full knowledge of Cisco router and switch configuration.
The CCNA/CCENT boot camp includes hands-on practice using remotely accessed pods of Cisco equipment. There is no better way to gain real-world hands on experience than in our lab environment. In addition, the most difficult portion of the CCNA exam is typically the sim questions, which require you to have intimate knowledge of how to properly configure routers and switches. Our lab environment prepares you for exam success, as well as for a real-world networking and switching environment.
Upon the completion of Infosec’s authorized CCNA/ CCENT training, you will know how to:
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Prior to attending our CCNA/CCENT course, you should be very familiar with networking topics such as:
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