Learning Path

Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)

    Syllabus

  • Networking Cyber Range Course — 18:40:00
    • This cyber range helps you develop your knowledge of configuring and troubleshooting networks by practicing on cloud-hosted virtual machines. You’ll build and reinforce your skills as you progress through labs covering a wide range of networking topics, including switches and routers, networking protocols, configuring and verifying different networking devices, and troubleshooting issues. You’ll also perform several labs designed to validate your VLAN and network management skills.

  • Security Fundamentals Course — 03:14:12
    • K0004, K0007, K0033, K0049, K0056, K0065, K0158, K0324, K0336, K0487, K0488, K0561, S0007, S0031, S0077

      Get to grips with security fundamentals in this course covering key security concepts, password security policies, wireless security protocols and more.

  • IP Connectivity Course — 02:16:23
    • K0001, K0011, K0221, K0296, K0395, K0417, K0470, K0471, K0516, K0565, S0004, S0033, S0041, S0136

      Explore IP connectivity in this course covering routing tables, routers, static routing and more.

  • Network Fundamentals Course — 05:14:54
    • Begin your exploration of CCNA network fundamentals with this course on network components, topology, cabling and more.

  • Automation and Programmability Course — 01:14:28
    • Explore automation and programmability with this course covering traditional networks versus controller-based networking, interpreting JSON-encoded data and more.

  • IP Services Course — 02:59:28
    • K0001, K0071, K0111, K0221, K0332, K0334, K0395, K0398, K0452, K0471, K0565, S0004, S0033, S0041, S0136

      IP services take the spotlight in this course exploring NAT, NTP, DNS, per-hop behavior, configuring network devices for remote access and more.

  • Network Access Course — 03:13:49
    • Network access has no secrets for you with this course on VLANs, Layer 2 discovery protocols, WLAN components and more.

  • CCNA Final Practice Exam Assessment — 00:30:00
  • Security+ – Secure and Insecure Protocols Lab — 00:30:00
    • Security by design is an approach to software and hardware development that aims to construct systems free of vulnerabilities by implementing best practices and safeguards. However, it is relatively new as a notion, and prior to it, the aim of software developers was more oriented in functionality than security. The same principle can be seen in protocols such as HTTP, FTP, or POP. Because they apply no data encryption, these protocols are often referred to as clear-text protocols. Anyone who is intercepting the traffic between two entities that communicate using clear-text protocols can see the data flowing through the network in plain text. These protocols gave rise to attacks such as Man-in-the-middle (a malicious actor impersonating legitimate users) and sensitive data exposure. To cover the security holes of clear-text protocols, versions that applied encryption to data were developed.

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What you will learn

This learning path is the newest update to the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) path and prepares you for the latest version of the CCNA exam: 200-301 CCNA. You’ll explore network fundamentals such as routers and endpoints and take a closer look at network access, IP connectivity, IP services, security fundamentals and automation and programmability. Upon completion, you’ll be prepared to earn your CCNA and take your networking professional career even further.

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How to claim CPEs

Should you complete this learning path, you’ll be able to download a certificate of completion. Use this to claim your CPEs or CPUs.

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