CCNA Level1

Welcome to the first course of the Cisco Networking Academy CCNAv7 curriculum, Introduction to Networks (ITN). This is the first of three courses that are aligned to the CCNA Certification. ITN contains 17 modules, each with a series of topics.

In Introduction to Networks, you will gain a basic understanding of the way networks operate. You will learn about network components and their functions, as well as how a network is structured, and the architectures used to create networks, including the internet.

But ITN is about more than learning networking concepts. By the end of this course, you will be able to build local area networks (LANs), configure basic settings on routers and switches, and implement internet protocol (IP).

In ITN, every concept that you learn and skill that you develop will be used in the rest of the CCNA curriculum. Now is the time to supercharge your networking career and let Cisco Networking Academy help you to reach your goal.

Course Objective

The student who completes this course will be able to:

       Able to build simple LANs

       Perform basic router

       Switch configurations

       And implement IPv4 and IPv6 addressing schemes.

       Configure routers, switches, and end devices to provide access to local and remote network resources and to enable end-to-end connectivity between remote devices.

       Develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills using real equipment and Cisco Packet Tracer.

       Configure and troubleshoot connectivity a small network using security best practices.

 

Created by Last updated Tue, 23-Mar-2021
Curriculum for this course
114 Lessons 17:29:14 Times
  • 1. Introduction to CCNA 1 00:08:09
  • 2. Networks Affect Our Lives 00:04:18
  • 3. Network Components 00:13:10
  • 4. Network Representations and Topologies 00:05:23
  • 5. Common Types of Networks 00:09:15
  • 6. Internet Connections 00:08:26
  • 7. Reliable Networks 00:10:06
  • 8. Network Trends 00:15:07
  • 9. Network Security 00:08:20
  • 1. Networking today 00:03:44
  • 1. Basic Switch and End Device Configuration 00:03:45
  • 2. Cisco IOS Access 00:07:23
  • 3. IOS Navigation 00:09:31
  • 4. The Command Structure 00:15:51
  • 5. Basic Device Configuration 00:17:13
  • 6. Save Configurations 00:08:25
  • 7. Ports and Addresses 00:06:20
  • 8. Configure IP Addressing 00:12:02
  • 9. Verify Connectivity 00:08:52
  • 1. Protocols and Models 00:04:02
  • 2. The Rules 00:12:27
  • 3. Protocols 00:05:27
  • 4. Protocol Suites 00:07:11
  • 5. Standards Organizations 00:06:43
  • 6. Reference Models 00:11:23
  • 7. Data Encapsulation 00:10:04
  • 8. Data Access 00:14:01
  • 1. Physical Layer 00:03:32
  • 2. Purpose of the Physical Layer 00:05:51
  • 3. Physical Layer Characteristics 00:10:42
  • 4. Copper Cabling 00:10:46
  • 5. UTP Cabling 00:07:40
  • 6. Fiber_Optic Cabling 00:09:10
  • 7. Wireless Media 00:08:35
  • 1. Number Systems 00:02:12
  • 2. Binary Number System 00:17:46
  • 3. Hexadecimal Number System 00:14:51
  • 1. Data Link Layer 00:02:46
  • 2. Purpose of the Data Link Layer 00:09:17
  • 3. Topologies 00:15:44
  • 4. Data Link Frame 00:07:01
  • 1. Ethernet Switching 00:02:49
  • 2. Ethernet Frames 00:12:15
  • 3. Ethernet MAC Address 00:06:25
  • 4. The MAC Address Table 00:10:57
  • 5. Switch Speeds and Forwarding Methods 00:10:55
  • 1. Network Layer 00:03:51
  • 2. Network Layer Characteristics 00:14:09
  • 3. IPv4 Packet 00:07:36
  • 4. IPv6 Packets 00:08:27
  • 5. How a Host Routes 00:10:39
  • 6. Introduction to Routing 00:09:02
  • 1. Address Resolution 00:02:26
  • 2. MAC and IP 00:06:05
  • 3. ARP 00:10:51
  • 4. IPv6 Neighbor Discovery 00:04:26
  • 5.Lab 00:11:41
  • 1. Basic Router Configuration 00:03:23
  • 2. Configure Initial Router Settings 00:09:05
  • 3. Configure Interfaces 00:16:21
  • 4. Configure the Default Gateway 00:11:42
  • 1. IPv4 Addressing 00:04:03
  • 2. IPv4 Address Structure 00:11:38
  • 3. IPv4 Unicast, Broadcast, and Multicast 00:05:12
  • 4. Types of IPv4 Addresses 00:11:55
  • 5. Network Segmentation 00:10:34
  • 6. Subnet an IPv4 Network 00:09:09
  • 7. Subnet a /16 and a /8 Prefix 00:08:21
  • 8. Subnet To Meet Requirements 00:11:14
  • 9. Variable Length Subnet Masking 00:08:37
  • 10. Structured Design 00:08:41
  • 11. Lab 00:14:09
  • 1. IPv6 Addressing 00:03:54
  • 2. IPv4 Issues 00:06:24
  • 3. IPv6 Address Representation 00:07:01
  • 4. IPv6 Address Types 00:11:53
  • 5. GUA and LLA Static Configuration 00:04:19
  • 6. Dynamic Addressing for IPv6 GUAs 00:13:18
  • 7. Dynamic Addressing for IPv6 LLAs 00:05:53
  • 8. IPv6 Multicast Addresses 00:05:47
  • 9. Subnet an IPv6 Network 00:07:26
  • 1. ICMP 00:02:39
  • 2. ICMP Messages 00:17:33
  • 3. Ping and Traceroute Testing 00:13:11
  • 1. Transport Layer 00:05:00
  • 2. Transportation of Data 00:09:44
  • 3. TCP Overview 00:11:55
  • 4. UDP Overview 00:08:28
  • 5. Port Numbers 00:10:35
  • 6. TCP Communication Process 00:08:59
  • 7. Reliability and Flow Control 00:08:09
  • 8. UDP Communication 00:09:38
  • 1. Application Layer 00:04:58
  • 2. Application, Presentation, and Session 00:07:07
  • 3. Peer_to_Peer 00:06:52
  • 4. Web and Email Protocols 00:14:38
  • 5. IP Addressing Services 00:12:17
  • 6. File Sharing Services 00:05:26
  • 7. Lab 00:07:27
  • 1. Network Security Fundamentals 00:02:48
  • 2. Security Threats and Vulnerabilities 00:12:43
  • 3. Network Attacks 00:15:43
  • 4. Network Attack Mitigation 00:14:33
  • 5. Device Security 00:13:15
  • 6. Lab 00:15:32
  • 1. Build a Small Network 00:04:23
  • 2. Devices in a Small Network 00:09:40
  • 3. Small Network Applications and Protocols 00:10:17
  • 4. Scale to Larger Networks 00:05:53
  • 5. Verify Connectivity 00:11:03
  • 6. Host and IOS Commands 00:08:05
  • 7 Troubleshooting Methodologies 00:13:47
  • 8. Troubleshooting Scenarios 00:17:54
  • 9. Lab 00:13:58
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Description

Welcome to the first course of the Cisco Networking Academy CCNAv7 curriculum, Introduction to Networks (ITN). This is the first of three courses that are aligned to the CCNA Certification. ITN contains 17 modules, each with a series of topics.

In Introduction to Networks, you will gain a basic understanding of the way networks operate. You will learn about network components and their functions, as well as how a network is structured, and the architectures used to create networks, including the internet.

But ITN is about more than learning networking concepts. By the end of this course, you will be able to build local area networks (LANs), configure basic settings on routers and switches, and implement internet protocol (IP).

In ITN, every concept that you learn and skill that you develop will be used in the rest of the CCNA curriculum. Now is the time to supercharge your networking career and let Cisco Networking Academy help you to reach your goal.

Course Objective

The student who completes this course will be able to:

       Able to build simple LANs

       Perform basic router

       Switch configurations

       And implement IPv4 and IPv6 addressing schemes.

       Configure routers, switches, and end devices to provide access to local and remote network resources and to enable end-to-end connectivity between remote devices.

       Develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills using real equipment and Cisco Packet Tracer.

       Configure and troubleshoot connectivity a small network using security best practices.