ICND2 - Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices 2
Round out your CCNA certification prep as you learn to implement medium-sized networks.
This course is not currently offered by Global Knowledge. Information here is provided for reference only.
ICND2 not only delivers essential information needed to pass the CCNA certification exams, but it also includes hands-on skills reinforcement to ensure that you can succeed on the job. We add our own real-world, hands-on labs designed by expert instructors to give you experience with practical scenarios right at your desktop.
Building on the skills provided by ICND1 (Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices 1), this course gives you a solid technical foundation for advancing your Cisco career. Whether your goal is simply to familiarize yourself with Cisco technology or to become a Cisco Certified Internetworking Expert, start with ICND1 and ICND2.
- Enhanced content that exceeds standard authorized Cisco content
- Enhanced lab topology including two routers and one switch representing a real-world network
- 25 e-Lab credits (good for one year) to complete your labs on live hardware
- Access to Kaplan SelfTest's exam prep products
What You'll Learn
- Review how to configure and troubleshoot a switch and router in a small network environment
- Expand the switched network from a small to medium network environment
- Issues with redundant switching
- Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
- Concepts of VLANs and trunking
- Routing between VLANs
- Implementing VLSM
- Configure, verify, and troubleshoot OSPF and EIGRP
- When to use access control lists (ACLs) and how to configure, verify, and troubleshoot them
- Configure NAT and PAT
- Configure IPv6 addressing and Routing Information Protocol new generation (RIPng)
- VPN solutions
- Configure PPP, CHAP, and PAP
- Frame Relay operation and troubleshooting
Who Needs to Attend
- Network technicians and specialists looking to increase their knowledge of medium-sized switched and routed networks
- Anyone looking to achieve CCNA certification
- Firm background in data networking
- Some hands-on experience with Cisco routers and switches
- Basic working knowledge of switches and routers
- Complete understanding of the OSI model, IP addressing, and IP subnetting
- IUWNE - Implementing Cisco Unified Wireless Networking Essentials v2.0
- ROUTE - Implementing Cisco IP Routing v2.0
- CCDA Boot Camp
- SWITCH - Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks v2.0
Why Global Knowledge?
Our sophisticated ICND2 lab environment guarantees that you and your lab partner will have a full set of equipment, including two 2611XM Multiservice Routers running 12.4(5b) Advanced IP Services and a 2950 Catalyst Switch running 12.1(22) IOS CRYPTO Services, for your use during class. No other training provider in North America provides you with a dual router set up like ours.
To ensure the most real-world experience possible during your time in class, each pod is connected to dedicated core router set up to act as a Frame Relay switch, making each pod completely independent. Every router has multiple serial interfaces, which can be configured for HDLC, PPP, or Frame Relay, and a Fast Ethernet interface to support different combinations of forwarding paths. The switch is interconnected to the core through multiple interfaces so you can practice virtual local area networks (VLANs), trunking, STP, RSTP, PVST+, etc., as needed for the exam.
1. Small Network Implementation
2. Medium-Sized Switched Network Construction
- VLANs and Trunks
- Spanning Tree Performance Optimization
- Routing Between VLANs
- Securing the Expanded Network
- Troubleshooting Switched Networks
3. Medium-Sized Routed Network Construction
- Routing Operations
- Implementing VLSM
4. Single-Area Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)
- Implementing OSPF
- Troubleshooting OSPF
5. Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP)
- Implementing EIGRP
- Troubleshooting EIGRP
6. Access Control Lists (ACLs)
- ACL Operation
- Configuring and Troubleshooting ACLs
7. Address Space Management
- Scaling the Network with NAT and PAT
- Transitioning to IPv6
8. LAN Extension into a WAN
- VPN Solutions
- Establishing a Point-to-Point WAN Connection with PPP
- Establishing a WAN Connection with Frame Relay
- Troubleshooting Frame Relay WANs
Lab 1: Implementing a Small Network (Review Lab)
Configure your workgroup switch and router with a basic configuration based on the network information provided.
Lab 2: Configuring Expanded Switch Networks
Expand the switch configuration to meet specific VLAN and network requirements.
Lab 3: Troubleshooting Switched Networks
Use troubleshooting methods discussed to diagnose, isolate, and correct problems commonly found in a switched network.
Lab 4: Implementing OSPF
Configure your workgroup routers to use the dynamic routing protocol OSPF.
Lab 5: Troubleshooting OSPF
Use troubleshooting methods discussed to diagnose, isolate, and correct problems commonly found when running the OSPF routing protocol.
Lab 6: Implementing EIGRP
Configure your workgroup routers to migrate from OSPF to EIGRP.
Lab 7: Troubleshooting EIGRP
Use troubleshooting methods discussed to diagnose, isolate, and correct problems commonly found when running the EIGRP routing protocol.
Lab 8: Implementing ACLs
Create IP standard, extended, and named ACLs and verify that they are working
Lab 9: Troubleshooting ACLs
Troubleshoot common IP ACL issues.
Lab 10: Configuring Network Address Translation (NAT) and Port Address Translation (PAT)
Configure your workgroup routers to use static and dynamic NAT and PAT.
Lab 11: Implementing IPv6
Configure IPv6 addresses on your workgroup routers and deploy RIPng between them.
Lab 12: Establishing a Frame Relay WAN
Create a Frame Relay connection to the other pod router and to the core router using a serial interface on each pod router.
Lab 13: Troubleshooting Frame Relay WANs
Use troubleshooting methods discussed to diagnose, isolate, and correct problems commonly found in a Frame Relay network.
Lab 14: The Super Lab
Rebuild the configuration on the pod devices from scratch, including security, IP addressing, interface encapsulations, and routing protocol.