CCNAv7 SRWE

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CCNA

Switching, Routing, and Wireless Essentials v7.0 (SRWE)

Course Outline:

1 – Basic Device Configuration

1.0 – Introduction

1.1 – Configure a Switch with Initial Settings
1.1.1 – Switch Boot Sequence Contains:
1.1.2 – The boot system Command Contains:
1.1.3 – Switch LED Indicators Contains:
1.1.4 – Recovering from a System Crash
1.1.5 – Switch Management Access
1.1.6 – Switch SVI Configuration Example
1.1.7 – Lab – Basic Switch Configuration

1.2 – Configure Switch Ports
1.2.1 – Duplex Communication
1.2.2 – Configure Switch Ports at the Physical Layer
1.2.3 – Auto-MDIX
1.2.4 – Switch Verification Commands
1.2.5 – Verify Switch Port Configuration
1.2.6 – Network Access Layer Issues
1.2.7 – Interface Input and Output Errors
1.2.8 – Troubleshooting Network Access Layer Issues
1.2.9 – Syntax Checker – Configure Switch Ports

1.3 – Secure Remote Access
1.3.1 – Telnet Operation
1.3.2 – SSH Operation
1.3.3 – Verify the Switch Supports SSH
1.3.4 – Configure SSH

1.4 – Basic Router Configuration
1.4.1 – Configure Basic Router Settings
1.4.2 – Syntax Checker – Configure Basic Router Settings
1.4.3 – Dual Stack Topology
1.4.4 – Configure Router Interfaces
1.4.5 – Syntax Checker – Configure Router Interfaces
1.4.6 – IPv4 Loopback Interfaces
1.5 – Verify Directly Connected Networks
1.5.1 – Interface Verification Commands
1.5.2 – Verify Interface Status
1.5.3 – Verify IPv6 Link Local and Multicast Addresses
1.5.4 – Verify Interface Configuration
1.5.5 – Verify Routes
1.5.6 – Filter Show Command Output
1.5.7 – Syntax Checker – Filter Show Command Output
1.5.8 – Command History Feature

2 – Switching Concepts

2.0 – Introduction
2.0.1 – Why should I take this module?
2.0.2 – What will I learn to do in this module?

2.1 – Frame Forwarding
2.1.1 – Switching in Networking
2.1.2 – The Switch MAC Address Table
2.1.3 – The Switch Learn and Forward Method
2.1.4 – Video – MAC Address Tables on Connected Switches
2.1.5 – Switching Forwarding Methods
2.1.6 – Store-and-Forward Switching
2.1.7 – Cut-Through Switching

2.2 – Switching Domains
2.2.1 – Collision Domains
2.2.2 – Broadcast Domains
2.2.3 – Alleviate Network

3 – VLANs

3.0 – Introduction
3.0.1 – Why should I take this module?
3.0.2 – What will I learn to do in this module?

3.1 – Overview of VLANs
3.1.1 – VLAN Definitions
3.1.2 – Benefits of a VLAN Design
3.1.3 – Types of VLANs
3.1.4 – Packet Tracer – Who Hears the Broadcast?
3.1.5 – Check Your Understanding – Overview of VLANs

3.2 – VLANs in a Multi-Switched Environment
3.2.1 – Defining VLAN Trunks
3.2.2 – Network without VLANs
3.2.3 – Network with VLANs
3.2.4 – VLAN Identification with a Tag
3.2.5 – Native VLANs and 802.1Q Tagging
3.2.6 – Voice VLAN Tagging
3.2.7 – Voice VLAN Verification Example

3.3 – VLAN Configuration
3.3.1 – VLAN Ranges on Catalyst Switches
3.3.2 – VLAN Creation Commands
3.3.3 – VLAN Creation Example
3.3.4 – VLAN Port Assignment Commands
3.3.5 – VLAN Port Assignment Example
3.3.6 – Data and Voice VLANs
3.3.7 – Data and Voice VLAN Example
3.3.8 – Verify VLAN Information
3.3.9 – Change VLAN Port Membership
3.3.10 – Delete VLANsContains: Text

3.4 – VLAN Trunks
3.4.1 – Trunk Configuration Commands
3.4.2 – Trunk Configuration Example
3.4.3 – Verify Trunk Configuration
3.4.4 – Reset the Trunk to the Default State

3.5 – Dynamic Trunking Protocol
3.5.1 – Introduction to DTP
3.5.2 – Negotiated Interface Modes
3.5.3 – Results of a DTP Configuration
3.5.4 – Verify DTP Mode

4 – Inter-VLAN Routing

4.0 – Introduction
4.0.1 – Why should I take this module?
4.0.2 – What will I learn to do in this module?

4.1 – Inter-VLAN Routing Operation
4.1.1 – What is Inter-VLAN Routing?
4.1.2 – Legacy Inter-VLAN Routing
4.1.3 – Router-on-a-Stick Inter-VLAN Routing
4.1.4 – Inter-VLAN Routing on a Layer 3 Switch Text

4.2 – Router-on-a-Stick Inter-VLAN Routing
4.2.1 – Router-on-a-Stick Scenario
4.2.2 – S1 VLAN and Trunking
4.2.3 – S2 VLAN and Trunking Configuration
4.2.4 – R1 Subinterface Configuration
4.2.5 – Verify Connectivity Between PC1 and PC2
4.2.6 – Router-on-a-Stick Inter-VLAN Routing Verification

4.3 – Inter-VLAN Routing using Layer 3 Switches
4.3.1 – Layer 3 Switch Inter-VLAN Routing
4.3.2 – Layer 3 Switch Scenario
4.3.3 – Layer 3 Switch Configuration
4.3.4 – Layer 3 Switch Inter-VLAN Routing Verification
4.3.5 – Routing on a Layer 3 Switch
4.3.6 – Routing Scenario on a Layer 3 Switch
4.3.7 – Routing Configuration on a Layer 3 Switch

4.4 – Troubleshoot Inter-VLAN Routing
4.4.1 – Common Inter-VLAN Issues
4.4.2 – Troubleshoot Inter-VLAN Routing Scenario
4.4.3 – Missing VLANs
4.4.4 – Switch Trunk Port Issues
4.4.5 – Switch Access Port Issues
4.4.6 – Router Configuration Issues

5 – STP Concepts

5.0 – Introduction
5.0.1 – Why should I take this module?
5.0.2 – What will I learn to do in this module?

5.1 – Purpose of STP
5.1.1 – Redundancy in Layer 2 Switched Networks
5.1.2 – Spanning Tree ProtocolContains: Text, Animations
5.1.3 – STP RecalculationContains: Text, Animations
5.1.4 – Issues with Redundant Switch Links
5.1.5 – Layer 2 LoopsContains: Text, Animations
5.1.6 – Broadcast StormContains: Text, Animations
5.1.7 – The Spanning Tree Algorithm
5.1.8 – Video – Observe STP Operation

5.2 – STP Operations
5.2.1 – Steps to a Loop-Free Topology
5.2.2 – 1. Elect the Root Bridge
5.2.3 – Impact of Default BIDs
5.2.4 – Determine the Root Path Cost
5.2.5 – 2. Elect the Root Ports
5.2.6 – 3. Elect Designated Ports
5.2.7 – 4. Elect Alternate (Blocked) Ports
5.2.8 – Elect a Root Port from Multiple Equal-Cost Paths
5.2.9 – STP Timers and Port States
5.2.10 – Operational Details of Each Port State
5.2.11 – Per-VLAN Spanning Tree

5.3 – Evolution of STP
5.3.1 – Different Versions of STP
5.3.2 – RSTP Concepts
5.3.3 – RSTP Port States and Port Roles
5.3.4 – PortFast and BPDU Guard
5.3.5 – Alternatives to STP

6 – EtherChannel

6.0 – Introduction
6.0.1 – Why should I take this module?
6.0.2 – What will I learn to do in this module?

6.1 – EtherChannel Operation
6.1.1 – Link Aggregation
6.1.2 – EtherChannel
6.1.3 – Advantages of EtherChannel
6.1.4 – Implementation Restrictions
6.1.5 – AutoNegotiation Protocols
6.1.6 – PAgP Operation
6.1.7 – PAgP Mode Settings Example
6.1.8 – LACP Operation
6.1.9 – LACP Mode Settings Example

6.2 – Configure EtherChannel
6.2.1 – Configuration Guidelines
6.2.2 – LACP Configuration Example
6.2.3 – Syntax Checker – Configure EtherChannel
6.2.4 – Packet Tracer – Configure EtherChannel

6.3 – Verify and Troubleshoot EtherChannel
6.3.1 – Verify EtherChannel
6.3.2 – Common Issues with EtherChannel Configurations
6.3.3 – Troubleshoot EtherChannel Example

7 – DHCPv4

7.0 – Introduction
7.0.1 – Why should I take this module?
7.0.2 – What will I learn to do in this module?

7.1 – DHCPv4 Concepts
7.1.1 – DHCPv4 Server and Client
7.1.2 – DHCPv4 Operation
7.1.3 – Steps to Obtain a Lease
7.1.4 – Steps to Renew a Lease
7.1.5 – Check Your Understanding – DHCPv4 Concepts

7.2 – Configure a Cisco IOS DHCPv4 Server
7.2.1 – Cisco IOS DHCPv4 Server
7.2.2 – Steps to Configure a Cisco IOS DHCPv4 Server
7.2.3 – Configuration Example
7.2.4 – DHCPv4 Verification Commands
7.2.5 – Verify DHCPv4 is Operational
7.2.6 – Syntax Checker – Configure DHCPv4
7.2.7 – Disable the Cisco IOS DHCPv4 Server
7.2.8 – DHCPv4 Relay
7.2.9 – Other Service Broadcasts Relayed

7.3 – Configure a DHCPv4 Client
7.3.1 – Cisco Router as a DHCPv4 Client
7.3.2 – Configuration Example
7.3.3 – Home Router as a DHCPv4 Client

8 – SLAAC and DHCPv6

8.0 – Introduction
8.0.1 – Welcome Contains: Text
8.0.2 – What will I learn to do in this module?Contains: Text

8.1 – IPv6 GUA Assignment
8.1.1 – IPv6 Host Configuration Contains: Text
8.1.2 – IPv6 Host Link-Local Address
8.1.3 – IPv6 GUA Assignment
8.1.4 – Three RA Message Flags

8.2 – SLAAC
8.2.1 – SLAAC Overview
8.2.2 – Enabling SLAAC
8.2.3 – SLAAC Only Method
8.2.4 – ICMPv6 RS Messages
8.2.5 – Host Process to Generate Interface ID
8.2.6 – Duplicate Address Detection

8.3 – DHCPv6
8.3.1 – DHCPv6 Operation Steps
8.3.2 – Stateless DHCPv6 Operation
8.3.3 – Enable Stateless DHCPv6 on an Interface
8.3.4 – Stateful DHCPv6 Operation
8.3.5 – Enable Stateful DHCPv6 on an Interface

8.4 – Configure DHCPv6 Server
8.4.1 – DHCPv6 Router Roles
8.4.2 – Configure a Stateless DHCPv6 Server
8.4.3 – Configure a Stateless DHCPv6 Client
8.4.4 – Configure a Stateful DHCPv6 Server
8.4.5 – Configure a Stateful DHCPv6 Client
8.4.6 – DHCPv6 Server Verification Commands
8.4.7 – Configure a DHCPv6 Relay Agent
8.4.8 – Verify the DHCPv6 Relay Agent

9 – FHRP Concepts

9.0 – Introduction
9.0.1 – Why should I take this module?
9.0.2 – What will I learn to do in this module?

9.1 – First Hop Redundancy Protocols
9.1.1 – Default Gateway Limitations
9.1.2 – Router Redundancy
9.1.3 – Steps for Router Failover
9.1.4 – FHRP Options

9.2 – HSRP
9.2.1 – HSRP Overview
9.2.2 – HSRP Priority and Preemption
9.2.3 – HSRP States and Timers

10 – LAN Security Concepts

10.0 – Introduction
10.0.1 – Why should I take this module?
10.0.2 – What will I learn in this module?

10.1 – Endpoint Security
10.1.1 – Network Attacks Today
10.1.2 – Network Security Devices
10.1.3 – Endpoint Protection
10.1.4 – Cisco Email Security Appliance
10.1.5 – Cisco Web Security Appliance

10.2 – Access Control
10.2.1 – Authentication with a Local Password
10.2.2 – AAA Components
10.2.3 – Authentication
10.2.4 – Authorization
10.2.6 – 802.1X

10.3 – Layer 2 Security Threats
10.3.1 – Layer 2 Vulnerabilities
10.3.2 – Switch Attack Categories
10.3.3 – Switch Attack Mitigation Techniques

10.4 – MAC Address Table Attack
10.4.1 – Switch Operation Review
10.4.2 – MAC Address Table Flooding
10.4.3 – MAC Address Table Attack Mitigation

10.5 – LAN Attacks
10.5.1 – Video – VLAN and DHCP Attacks
10.5.2 – VLAN Hopping Attacks
10.5.3 – VLAN Double-Tagging Attack
10.5.4 – DHCP Messages
10.5.5 – DHCP Attacks
10.5.6 – Video – ARP Attacks, STP Attacks, and CDP Reconnaissance
10.5.7 – ARP Attacks
10.5.8 – Address Spoofing Attack
10.5.9 – STP Attack
10.5.10 – CDP Reconnaissance

11 – Switch Security Configuration

11.0 – Introduction
11.0.1 – Why should I take this module?
11.0.2 – What will I learn in this module?

11.1 – Implement Port Security
11.1.1 – Secure Unused Ports
11.1.2 – Mitigate MAC Address Table Attacks
11.1.3 – Enable Port Security
11.1.4 – Limit and Learn MAC Addresses
11.1.5 – Port Security Aging
11.1.6 – Port Security Violation Modes
11.1.7 – Ports in error-disabled State
11.1.8 – Verify Port Security

11.2 – Mitigate VLAN Attacks
11.2.1 – VLAN Attacks Review
11.2.2 – Steps to Mitigate VLAN Hopping Attacks
11.2.3 – Syntax Checker – Mitigate VLAN Hopping Attacks

11.3 – Mitigate DHCP Attacks
11.3.1 – DHCP Attack Review
11.3.2 – DHCP Snooping
11.3.3 – Steps to Implement DHCP Snooping
11.3.4 – DHCP Snooping Configuration Example

11.4 – Mitigate ARP Attacks
11.4.1 – Dynamic ARP Inspection
11.4.2 – DAI Implementation Guidelines
11.4.3 – DAI Configuration Example

11.5 – Mitigate STP Attacks
11.5.1 – PortFast and BPDU Guard
11.5.2 – Configure PortFast
11.5.3 – Configure BPDU Guard

12 – WLAN Concepts

12.0 – Introduction
12.0.1 – Why should I take this module?Contains: Text
12.0.2 – What will I learn in this module?Contains: Text

12.1 – Introduction to Wireless
12.1.1 – Benefits of Wireless
12.1.2 – Types of Wireless Networks
12.1.3 – Wireless Technologies
12.1.4 – 802.11 Standards
12.1.5 – Radio Frequencies
12.1.6 – Wireless Standards Organizations

12.2 – WLAN Components
12.2.1 – Video – WLAN Components
12.2.2 – Wireless NICs
12.2.3 – Wireless Home Router
12.2.4 – Wireless Access Points
12.2.5 – AP Categories
12.2.6 – Wireless Antennas

12.3 – WLAN Operation
12.3.1 – Video – WLAN OperationContains: Text, Videos
12.3.2 – 802.11 Wireless Topology Modes
12.3.3 – BSS and ESS
12.3.4 – 802.11 Frame Structure
12.3.5 – CSMA/CA
12.3.6 – Wireless Client and AP Association
12.3.7 – Passive and Active Discover Mode

12.4 – CAPWAP Operation
12.4.1 – Video – CAPWAP
12.4.2 – Introduction to CAPWAP
12.4.3 – Split MAC Architecture
12.4.4 – DTLS Encryption
12.4.5 – FlexConnect APs

12.5 – Channel Management
12.5.1 – Frequency Channel Saturation
12.5.2 – Channel Selection
12.5.3 – Plan a WLAN Deployment

12.6 – WLAN Threats
12.6.1 – Video – WLAN Threats
12.6.2 – Wireless Security Overview
12.6.3 – DoS Attacks
12.6.4 – Rogue Access Points
12.6.5 – Man-in-the-Middle Attack

12.7 – Secure WLANs
12.7.1 – Video – Secure WLANs
12.7.2 – SSID Cloaking and MAC Address Filtering
12.7.3 – 802.11 Original Authentication Methods
12.7.4 – Shared Key Authentication Methods
12.7.5 – Authenticating a Home User
12.7.6 – Encryption Methods
12.7.7 – Authentication in the Enterprise
12.7.8 – WPA3
12.7.9 – Check Your Understanding – Secure WLANs

13 – WLAN Configuration

13.1 – Remote Site WLAN Configuration
13.1.1 – Video – Configure a Wireless Network
13.1.2 – The Wireless Router
13.1.3 – Log in to the Wireless Router
13.1.4 – Basic Network Setup
13.1.5 – Basic Wireless Setup
13.1.6 – Configure a Wireless Mesh Network
13.1.7 – NAT for IPv4Contains: Text
13.1.8 – Quality of Service
13.1.9 – Port Forwarding

13.2 – Configure a Basic WLAN on the WLC
13.2.1 – Video – Configure a Basic WLAN on the WLC
13.2.3 – Log in to the WLC
13.2.4 – View AP Information
13.2.5 – Advanced Settings
13.2.6 – Configure a WLAN

13.3 – Configure a WPA2 Enterprise WLAN on the WLC
13.3.1 – Video – Define an SNMP and RADIUS Server on the WLC
13.3.2 – SNMP and RADIUS
13.3.3 – Configure SNMP Server Information
13.3.4 – Configure RADIUS Server Information
13.3.5 – Video – Configure a VLAN for a New WLAN
13.3.6 – Topology with VLAN 5 Addressing
13.3.7 – Configure a New Interface
13.3.8 – Video – Configure a DHCP Scope
13.3.9 – Configure a DHCP Scope
13.3.10 – Video – Configure a WPA2 Enterprise WLAN
13.3.11 – Configure a WPA2 Enterprise WLAN

13.4 – Troubleshoot WLAN Issues
13.4.1 – Troubleshooting Approaches
13.4.2 – Wireless Client Not Connecting
13.4.3 – Troubleshooting When the Network Is Slow
13.4.4 – Updating Firmware

14 – Routing Concepts

14.0 – Introduction
14.0.1 – Why should I take this module?Contains: Text
14.0.2 – What will I learn to do in this module?Contains: Text

14.1 – Path Determination
14.1.1 – Two Functions of Router
14.1.2 – Router Functions Example
14.1.4 – IPv4 Address Longest Match Example
14.1.5 – IPv6 Address Longest Match Example
14.1.6 – Build the Routing Table

14.2 – Packet Forwarding
14.2.1 – Packet Forwarding Decision Process
14.2.2 – End-to-End Packet Forwarding

14.3 – Basic Router Configuration Review
14.3.1 – Topology
14.3.2 – Configuration Commands
14.3.3 – Verification Commands
14.3.4 – Filter Command Output

14.4 – IP Routing Table
14.4.1 – Route Sources
14.4.2 – Routing Table Principles
14.4.3 – Routing Table Entries
14.4.4 – Directly Connected Networks
14.4.5 – Static Routes
14.4.6 – Static Routes in the IP Routing Table
14.4.7 – Dynamic Routing Protocols
14.4.8 – Dynamic Routes in the IP Routing Table
14.4.9 – Default Route
14.4.10 – Structure of an IPv4 Routing Table
14.4.11 – Structure of an IPv6 Routing Table
14.4.12 – Administrative Distance
14.4.13 – Check Your Understanding – IP Routing Table
14.5 – Static and Dynamic Routing
14.5.1 – Static or Dynamic?
14.5.2 – Dynamic Routing Evolution
14.5.3 – Dynamic Routing Protocol Concepts
14.5.4 – Best Path
14.5.5 – Load Balancing

15 – IP Static Routing

15.0 – Introduction
15.0.1 – Why should I take this module?
15.0.2 – What will I learn to do in this module?

15.1 – Static Routes
15.1.1 – Types of Static Routes
15.1.2 – Next-Hop Options
15.1.3 – IPv4 Static Route Command
15.1.4 – IPv6 Static Route Command
15.1.5 – Dual-Stack Topology

15.2 – Configure IP Static Routes
15.2.1 – IPv4 Next-Hop Static Route
15.2.2 – IPv6 Next-Hop Static Route
15.2.3 – IPv4 Directly Connected Static Route
15.2.4 – IPv6 Directly Connected Static Route
15.2.5 – IPv4 Fully Specified Static Route
15.2.6 – IPv6 Fully Specified Static Route
15.2.7 – Verify a Static Route

15.3 – Configure IP Default Static Routes
15.3.1 – Default Static Route
15.3.2 – Configure a Default Static Route
15.3.3 – Verify a Default Static Route

15.4 – Configure Floating Static Routes
15.4.1 – Floating Static Routes
15.4.2 – Configure IPv4 and IPv6 Floating Static Routes
15.4.3 – Test the Floating Static Route
15.4.4 – Syntax Checker – Configure Floating Static Route

15.5 – Configure Static Host Routes
15.5.1 – Host Routes
15.5.2 – Automatically Installed Host Routes
15.5.3 – Static Host Routes
15.5.4 – Configure Static Host Routes
15.5.5 – Verify Static Host Routes
15.5.6 – Configure IPv6 Static Host Route with Link-Local Next-Hop
15.5.7 – Syntax Checker – Configure Static Host Routes

16 – Troubleshoot Static and Default Routes

16.0 – Introduction
16.0.1 – Why should I take this module?
16.0.2 – What will I learn to do in this module?

16.1 – Packet Processing with Static Routes
16.1.1 – Static Routes and Packet Forwarding
16.1.2 – Check Your Understanding – Packet Processing with Static Routes

16.2 – Troubleshoot IPv4 Static and Default Route Configuration
16.2.1 – Network Changes
16.2.2 – Common Troubleshooting Commands
16.2.3 – Solve a Connectivity Problem