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Course curriculum

محتوى الدورة

  • 2

    Section 2 : OSI and TCP/IP Models

    • 2.1 OSI and TCPIP Models

    • 2.2 Layers of OSI Model

    • 2.3 Data Encapsulation and De-Encapsulation

  • 3

    Section 3 : Computer Network Components

    • 3.1 Network Devices

    • 3.2 Transmission Media

  • 4

    Section 4 : Ethernet

    • 4.1 Introduction to Ethernet

    • 4.2 Ethernet Physical transmission media-1

    • 4.3 Ethernet Physical transmission media 2

    • 4.4 Ethernet Physical transmission media 3

    • 4.5 Ethernet Addressing

    • 4.6 Ethernet Frame Formats 1

    • 4.7 Ethernet Frame Formats 2

  • 5

    Section 5 : Cisco Packet Tracer Simulator

    • 5.1 Installing Cisco Packet Tracer

    • 5.2 Packet Tracer devices

    • 5.3 Packet Tracer Connections

  • 6

    Section 6 : Internet Protocol Version 4

    • 6.1 Internet Protocol Version 4

    • 6.2.1 IPv4 Addressing -1

    • 6.2.2 IPv4_addressing-2

    • 6.2.3 IPv4_addressing-3

    • 6.2.4 IPv4_addressing-4

    • 6.2.5 IPv4_addressing-5

    • 6.3 Address Resolution Protocol

    • 6.4 ARP Lab

    • 6.5 Internet Control Message Protocol

    • 6.6 MTU

  • 7

    Section 7 : TCP and UDP Protocols

    • 7.1 TCP Protocol - 1

    • 7.2 TCP Protocol - 2

    • 7.3 TCP Protocol - 3

    • 7.4 UDP Protocol

  • 8

    Section 8 : Application Layer Protocols

    • 8.1 Application Layer Protocols

    • 8.2 DNS

    • 8.3 HTTP and HTTPS

    • 8.4 DHCP

    • 8.5 FTP

    • 8.6 TFTP

    • 8.7 telnet and ssh

    • 8.8 SMTP, POP3 and IMAP

  • 9

    Section 9 : Cisco Routers and Switches

    • 9.1 Cisco router and switch components

    • 9.2 console port

    • 9.3 Command Line Modes

    • 9.4 Cisco IOS

    • 9.5 IOS basic commands

    • 9.6 Device Interface Naming Convention

    • 9.7 Configuring Switch Interfaces

    • 9.8 Interface IP Address Configuration

    • 9.9 Telnet Configuration

    • 9.10 SSH Configuration

    • 9.11 Telnet and SSH Lab

    • 9.12 Backup and Restore Cisco IOS

    • 9.13 Real Lab - Backup and Restore Cisco IOS

    • 9.14 Real Lab - Password Recovery

    • 9.15 Configuration Register

  • 10

    Section 10 : Ethernet LAN Switching

    • 10.1 Switching Logic

    • 10.2 Lab - Switching Logic

    • 10.3 Lab - Switching Logic - Two Switches

    • 10.4 Broadcast Domain

    • 10.5 Collision Domain

  • 11

    Section 11 IP Routing

    • 11.1 IP Routing - 1

    • 11.2 IP Routing part-2

    • 11.3 IP Routing part-3

    • 11.4 Static Routing

    • 11.5 Real Lab - Static Routing

    • 11.6 Packet Tracer Lab - Static Routing

    • 11.7 Default Routing

    • 11.8 Real Lab Default Routing

    • 11.9 Floating Static Route

  • 12

    Section 12 DHCP

    • 12.1 Configure Cisco router as DHCP server

    • 12.2 Real Lab DHCP Server

    • 12.3 DHCP Server - Two Networks

    • 12.4 DHCP Relay Agent

    • 12.5 Configure Cisco MultiLayer Switch as DHCP server

  • 13

    Section 13 Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN)

    • 13.1 VLAN Overview

    • 13.2 Basic VLAN Configuration

    • 13.3 VLAN Trunking

    • 13.4 Trunk Encapsulation

    • 13.5 Dynamic Trunking Protocol (DTP)

    • 13.6 Native Vlan

    • 13.7 InterVlan Routing (Router)

    • 13.8 InterVlan Routing (Multilayer Switch)

    • 13.9 InterVlan Routing (Multilayer Switch) - 2

    • 13.10 Data and Voice VLAN

    • 13.11 VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP)

  • 14

    Section 14 Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)

    • 14.1 Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)

    • 14.2 Types of Spanning Tree Protocols

    • 14.3 Bridge ID (BID)

    • 14.4 Bridge Protocol Data Units (BPDU)

    • 14.5 STP Topology Example

    • 14.6 STP Topology Example - 2

    • 14.7 STP Convergence

    • 14.8 Rapid STP

    • 14.9 Rapid STP Lab

    • 14.10 PortFast and BPDU Guard

  • 15

    Section 15 : EtherChannel Technology

    • 15.1 Layer 2 EtherChannel

    • 15.2 Dynamic EtherChannels

    • 15.3 EtherChannel Load Balancing

    • 15.4 Campus Network

    • 15.5 Layer 3 EtherChannel

  • 16

    Section 16 Dynamic Routing

    • 16.1 Dynamic Routing

    • 16.2 Routing Information Protocol (RIP)

    • 16.3 Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) protocol

    • 16.4 OSPF Neighbor Adjacency

    • 16.5 OSPF Designated Router (DR)

    • 16.6 Basic OSPF Configuration

    • 16.7 OSPF Metric (Cost)

    • 16.8 Troubleshooting OSPF

    • 16.9 OSPF Default Route

    • 16.10 OSPF Hierarchical Network Design

  • 17

    Section 17 Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6)

    • 17.1 Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6)

    • 17.2 Why Do We Need IPv6

    • 17.3 IPv4 address exhaustion

    • 17.4 Efforts To Delay Address Space Exhaustion

    • 17.5 IPv6 Features

    • 17.6 IPv6 Address

    • 17.7 Shortening IPv6 Addresses

    • 17.8 IPv6 Address Structure

    • 17.9 EUI-64 Generated Interface ID

    • 17.10 IPv4 and IPv6 Comparison

    • 17.11 IPv6 Unicast Addresses

    • 17.12 Link-Local Address (LLA)

    • 17.13 LLA Lab

    • 17.15 IPv6 Subnetting

    • 17.14 IPv6 Global Unicast Address (GUA)

    • 17.16 IPv6 GUA Lab

    • 17.17 IPv6 Multicast Addresses

    • 17.18 Well-Known Multicast Addresses

    • 17.19 IPv6 Solicited-Node Multicast Addresses -1 (New)

    • 17.20 IPv6 Solicited-Node Multicast Addresses -2 (New)

    • 17.21 IPv6 Anycast Addresses (New)

  • 18

    Section 18 : ICMPv6

    • 18.1 ICMPv6

    • 18.2 NDP - Neighbor MAC Discovery - Lab

    • 18.3 SLAAC with NDP RS and RA

  • 19

    Section 19 IPv6 Routing

    • 19.1IPv6 Connected and Local Routes

    • 19.2 IPv6 Static and Default Routes

    • 19.3 RIPng

    • 19.4 OSPFv3

  • 20

    Section 20 : Wireless Networks

    • 20.1 Fundamentals of Wireless Networks

    • 20.2 Wireless LAN Topologies - 1

    • 20.3 Wireless LAN Topologies - 2

    • 20.4 Wireless LAN Topologies - 3

    • 20.5 Wireless LAN Topologies - 4

    • 20.6 Wireless LAN Topologies - 5

    • 20.7 Wireless LAN Topologies - 6

  • 21

    Section 21 : Cisco Wireless Architecture

    • 21.1 Autonomous AP Architecture

    • 21.2 Cloud-based AP Architecture

    • 21.3 LAB - Autonomous Access Points

    • 21.4 Split-MAC Architecture

    • 21.5 WLC Interfaces

    • 21.6 WLC Interfaces -2

    • 21.7 WLC -LAB

    • 21.8 WLC -LAB EVE-NG

    • 21.9 Cisco Wireless AP Modes

    • 21.10 Cisco Wireless AP Modes -2

    • 21.11 WLAN Security

    • 21.12 WLAN Security Lab

    • 21.13 WLAN Security Lab -2

  • 22

    Section 22 IPv4 access control lists (IP ACL)

    • 22.1 IPv4 Access Control List (ACL)

    • 22.2 Standard ACL

    • 22.3 Extended ACL

    • 22.4 Extended ACL (TCP, UDP)

    • 22.5 Extended ACL (ICMP)

    • 22.6 Named ACL

  • 23

    Section 23 Security Architectures

    • 23.1 Security Fundamentals

    • 23.2 Security Fundamentals -2

    • 23.3 Securing IOS Passwords

    • 23.4 Securing VTY access using ACL

    • 23.5 Firewalls and Security Zones

    • 23.6 Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS)

  • 24

    Section 24 Implementing Switch Port Security

    • 24.1 Port Security

    • 24.2 DHCP Snooping

    • 24.3 Dynamic ARP Inspection (DAI)

  • 25

    Section 25 Device Management Protocols

    • 25.1 System Message Logging (Syslog)

    • 25.2 Network Time Protocol (NTP)

    • 25.3 NTP LAB EVE-NG

    • 25.4 Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)

  • 26

    Section 26 Network Address Translation

    • 26.1 Network Address Translation

    • 26.2 Static NAT

    • 26.3 Dynamic NAT

    • 26.4 Port Address Translation (PAT)

    • 26.5 NAT (Real Lab)

  • 27

    Section 27 : Quality of Service (QoS)

    • 27.1 Quality of Service (QoS)

    • 27.2 Classification and Marking

    • 27.3 Congestion Management

    • 27.4 Traffic Policing and Shaping

    • 27.5 Congestion Avoidance

  • 28

    Section 28 : First Hop Redanduncy Protocol

    • 28.1 First Hop Redundancy Protocol (FHRP) -1

    • 28.2 First Hop Redundancy Protocol (FHRP)-2

  • 29

    Section 29 : Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)

    • 29.2 SNMP Notifications (Traps and Informs)

    • 29.1 Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)-1

  • 30

    Section 30 : LAN Architecture

    • 30.1 Network Topology Architectures

    • 30.2 Power over Ethernet (PoE)

    • 30.3 PoE Lab

  • 31

    Section 31 : WAN Architecture

    • 31.1 WAN Architecture

    • 31.2 Private WAN Infrastructures -1

    • 31.3 Private WAN Infrastructures -2

    • 31.4 Public WAN Infrastructures

    • 31.5 Point-to-Point Connections

    • 31.6 PPP Authentication Protocols

  • 32

    Virtual Private Networks (VPNs)

    • 32.1 Virtual Private Network (VPN)

    • 32.2 Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE)

    • 32.3 Internet Protocol Security (IPsec)

  • 33

    Section 33: Cloud Architecture

    • 33.1 Server Virtualization

    • 33.2 Server Virtualization Lab

    • 33.3 Virtual Switch

    • 33.4 Setting up a Virtual Lab (GNS3)

    • 33.5 Cloud Computing

  • 34

    Section 34: Network Automation

    • 34.1 Software-Defined Networking (SDN)

    • 34.2 Data Serialization Languages (JSON,XML & YAML)

    • 34.3 API and Restful API

    • 34.4 RESTful API Lab

    • 34.5 Cisco SDN Solutions

    • 34.6 SD-Access Part 1

    • 34.7 SD-Access Part 2

    • 34.8 Cisco DNA Center

    • 34.8 Puppet, Chef, and Ansible

  • 35

    Section 35 : Final Lab (Cisco Packet Tracer)

    • Final Lab

  • 36

    الملحقات

    • برتوكول EIGRP

  • 37

    Exam Questions

    • 1. Questions 1 - 10

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    • 2. Questions 11 - 20

    • 3. Questions 21 - 30

    • 4. Questions 31 - 40

    • 5. Questions 41 - 50

    • 6. Questions 51 - 60

    • 7. Questions 61-70

    • 8. Questions 71 - 80

    • 9. Questions 81 - 90

    • 10. Questions 91 - 100

    • 11. Questions 101 - 110

    • 12. Questions 111 - 120

    • 13. Questions_121 - 130

    • 14. Questions 131 - 140

    • 15. Questions 141 - 150

    • 16. Questions 151 - 160

    • 17. Questions 161 - 170

    • 18. Questions 171-180

    • 19. Questions 181-190

    • 20. Questions 191-200

المدرب

عبد الرحمن العلوش

المدرب عبد الرحمن العلوش, حاصل على بكالوريوس في الرياضيات و ماجستير في الاتصالات عن بعد , عمل كمدرب في شبكات الكمبيوتر و البرمجة في معهد إفرست للكمبيوتر في الهند في مدينة بنجلور منذ عام 2011 حتى الان , حاصل على شهادات دولية في شبكات الكمبيوتر من شركة مايكروسوفت و سيسكو CCNA, CCNP, MCSA, MCSE 00919886861543