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INFO 5084 Access the WAN – CCNA 4 Introduction Professor: Chad Hoevenaars ( choevenaars@fanshawec.ca )

INFO 5084

Access the WAN CCNA 4

Introduction

INFO 5084 Access the WAN – CCNA 4 Introduction Professor: Chad Hoevenaars ( choevenaars@fanshawec.ca ) Version

Professor:

Chad Hoevenaars (choevenaars@fanshawec.ca)

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Course Information

Detailed Content

Learning Resources

Method of Evaluation

Course Web Site

Course Information

Course Description

This course explains the principles of traffic control and access

control lists (ACLs) and provides an overview of the services and protocols at the data link layer for wide-area access.

Students learn about user access technologies and devices and

discover how to implement and configure Point-to-Point

Protocol (PPP) and Frame Relay. In addition students will learn additional IP services including NAT, DHCP and IPv6.

Teleworker architectures and services including Cable, DSL,

and VPN basics are introduced.

FYI : This course completes the teaching of practical and theoretical networking concepts covered in the CCNA

curriculum.

Detailed Content

Detailed Content  Accessing the WAN - CCNA 4 Exploration Companion Guide: Chapter 1 : Introduction

Accessing the WAN - CCNA 4 Exploration Companion Guide:

Chapter 1 : Introduction to WANs Chapter 2 : Point to Point Protocol (PPP) Chapter 3 : Frame Relay Chapter 4 : Network Security

Chapter 5 : Access Control Lists (ACLs)

Chapter 6 : Teleworker Services Chapter 7 : IP Addressing Services

Chapter 8 : Network Troubleshooting

Learning Resources

Cisco Networking Academy Program:

Accessing the WAN,

CCNA Exploration Companion Guide, 1/e Vachon & Graziani ©2008 | Cisco Press

Guide , 1/e Vachon & Graziani ©2008 | Cisco Press  Network Cable Kit  Internet

Network Cable Kit

Internet Access

| Cisco Press  Network Cable Kit  Internet Access Cisco Networking Academy Program (CNAP) online
| Cisco Press  Network Cable Kit  Internet Access Cisco Networking Academy Program (CNAP) online

Cisco Networking Academy Program (CNAP) online curriculum CCNA Exploration 4.0 - Accessing the WAN course

Method of Evaluation

Evaluation is based on the following two areas:

Theory:

Mid-Term Test

(Week #7)

15%

Cisco Chapter Test Average

10%

Final Exam

25%

Practical:

Case Study

20%

Hands-On Labs and Assignments

15%

Hands-On Practical Exam

15%

Course Web Site (FOL)

All communication will be done through:

The class web site.

Fanshawe On-Line will be used

E-mail agreement

As a student your primary contact for any school business

is your username@fanshaweonline.ca address.

PLEASE check it at least once a day.

As a professor my primary contact for any school business

is my choevenaars@fanshawec.ca address.

I check it several times a day.

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IP addresses

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Subnetting

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Problem

You are Provided a Class C Network at:

Problem You are Provided a Class C Network at: 205.210.49.0 10 Hosts Network E 25 Hosts
Problem You are Provided a Class C Network at: 205.210.49.0 10 Hosts Network E 25 Hosts
Problem You are Provided a Class C Network at: 205.210.49.0 10 Hosts Network E 25 Hosts
Problem You are Provided a Class C Network at: 205.210.49.0 10 Hosts Network E 25 Hosts

205.210.49.0

Problem You are Provided a Class C Network at: 205.210.49.0 10 Hosts Network E 25 Hosts
Problem You are Provided a Class C Network at: 205.210.49.0 10 Hosts Network E 25 Hosts
Problem You are Provided a Class C Network at: 205.210.49.0 10 Hosts Network E 25 Hosts
Problem You are Provided a Class C Network at: 205.210.49.0 10 Hosts Network E 25 Hosts
Problem You are Provided a Class C Network at: 205.210.49.0 10 Hosts Network E 25 Hosts

10 Hosts Network E

25 Hosts

Network A

25 Hosts

Network B

10 Hosts

Network C

10 Hosts Network D

Problem (192.168.10.0 /24)

192.168.10.248/30 192.168.10.244/30 192.168.10.240/30
192.168.10.248/30
192.168.10.244/30
192.168.10.240/30

Problem (192.168.10.0 /24)

192.168.10.248/30 192.168.10.244/30 192.168.10.240/30
192.168.10.248/30
192.168.10.244/30
192.168.10.240/30
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