The CCNA 4 Routing and Switching – Connecting Networks course covers fundamental networking concepts and technologies and enables learners to develop the skills necessary to plan and implement small networks across a range of applications. It’s based around WAN technologies and network protocols, such as BGP Protocol. The course enables students to design LANs, select the right network devices and WAN technologies to connect a number of sites using WAN communications. Students will learn how to configure network devices, such as Cisco Routers and Switches, assign IPv4 and IPv6 addresses to network devices, troubleshoot and resolve common issues. Students will also implement Tunnelling between remote LANs, and configure Virtual Private Network (VPN) in a complex network environment.
|Start Date||Thursday 28th March|
|Attendance||Thursday: 6pm - 9pm|
As this programme is not government funded additional learning support cannot be provided
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