Network fundamentals  CCTC-610

Course Name: Network fundamentals
Course Number: CCTC-610
Category: Information Technology & Computers
Description Providing role of network components, topology and design, networks media access, and OSI model protocols.

This course will start with role and function of network components and principals of network topology architectures. it will continue with network media access types including both wired and wireless environments and configuring, verification of IPv4 and IPv6. then proceeding with virtualization fundamentals as a new topic in CCNA, wireless principals, L2 technologies including loop prevention protocols and configuration of components of a wireless LAN. This course is more based on hands on practices. So, after teaching concepts we will show on the lap how each protocol works in different designs.
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Associated Programs
7019 - Computer A+ Plus CCNA Routing and Switching
1--- - CCNA Routing and Switching Series
7325 - UNIX/Linux Systems Administration
No Prerequisites required for this course
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