Network Administration / Level 1

 

 


DESCRIPTION

Network administrators play a vital role in managing and maintaining an organization's computer network. Begin your career in information technology (IT) as a network administrator and learn how you can secure your network.


The training will be delivered by Vahagn Kharatyan, who has many years of teaching experience in this field.

 

KNOWLEDGE TO BE GAINED

Key topics include:

 

1. Explore the Networks

▪      Globally Connected.

▪      LANs, WANs, and the Internet.

▪      The Network as a Platform.

▪      The Changing Network Environment.

▪      Lab 1.1-1.2

 

2. Configure a Network Operating System

▪      Cisco IOS Bootcamp.

▪      Basic Device Configuration.

▪      Address Scheme.

▪      Lab 2.1-2.4

 

3. Network Protocols and Communications

▪      Rules of Communication.

▪      Network Protocols and Statements.

▪      Data Transfer in the Network.

▪      Lab 3.

 

4. Network Access

▪      Physical Layer Protocols.

▪      Network Media.

▪      Data Link Layer Protocols.

▪      Media Access Control.

▪      Lab 4.

 

5. Ethternet

▪      Ethernet Protocol.

▪      LAN Switches.

▪      Address Resolution Protoco (ARP).

▪      Lab 5.

 

 

6. Network Layer

▪      Network Layer Protocols.

▪      Routing.

▪      Routers.

▪      Configuring Cisco and other vendor’s routers.

▪      Lab 6.1-6.5.

 

7. IP Addressing

▪      Ipv4 Network Addresses.

▪      Ipv6 Netwok Addresses.

▪      Connectivity Verification. 

▪      Common Security Attacks.

▪      Labs 7.1-7.6.

 

8. Subnetting IP Networks

▪      Subneting an Ipv4 Network.

▪      Addressing Shemes.

▪      Desing Considerations for Ipv6.

▪      Labs 8.1-8.4.

 

9. Transport Layer

  • Transport Layer Protocols. 
  • TCP and UDP. 
  • Lab 9.

10. Application Layer

  • Application Layer Protocols.
  • Well-Known Application Layer Protocols and Services.
  • Labs 10.1-10.6

11. Build a Small Network

  • Network Design.
  • Network Security.
  • Basic Network Perfoemance.
  • Network Troubleshooting.
  • Labs 11.1-11.6

 

PRE-REQUISITES

Algorithmic thinking and technical education is a plus. 


TRAINING DETAILS

Training start day: November 7, 2018 

Course duration: 32 hours / 16 days

Training fee: 120 000 AMD (for 2 months)

 


Network Administration / Level 2

 

 

KNOWLEDGE TO BE GAINED

Key topics include:

 

1. Routing Concepts.

▪      Router Initial Configuration.

▪      Routing Decisions.

▪      Router Operation.

▪      Lab 1.1-1.5.

 

2. Static Rouing.

▪      Implement Static Routes.

▪      Configuring Static and Default Routes.

▪      Troubleshoot Static and Default Route.

▪      Lab 2.1-2.4

 

3. Dynamic Routing

▪      Dynamic Routing Protocols.

▪      Routing Information Protocol verson 2 (RIPv2).

▪      The Routing Table.

▪      Lab 3.

 

 

4. Switched Networks

▪      LAN Design.

▪      The Switched Environment.

▪      Lab 4.

 

5. Switch Configuration

▪      Basic Switch Configuration.

▪      Switch Security

▪      Lab 5.1-5.4

 

6. Virtual Local Area Networks (VLANs)

▪      VLAN Segmentation.

▪      VLAN Implementations.

▪      Inter-VLAN Routing Using Routers.

▪      Lab 6.1-6.6.

 

7. Access Control Lists (ACLs)

▪      ACL Operation.

▪      Standard Ipv4 ACLs.

▪      Troubleshoot ACLs. 

▪      Labs 7.1-7.6.

 

8. Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)

▪      DHCPv4.

▪      DHCPv6.

▪      Labs 8.1-8.2.

 

9. Network Address Translation (NAT) for Ipv4

  • NAT Operation. 
  • Configuring NAT. 
  • NAT and Ipv6. 
  • Troubleshoot NAT. 
  • Lab 9.1-9.7

10. Device Discovery, Management, and Maintenance

  • Device Discovery (CDP and LLDP).
  • Device Management (NTP, Syslog Operation, Syslog Configuration).
  • Device  Maintenance (IOS System Files, IOS image Management, Software Licensing).
  • Labs 10.1-10.5

 

TRAINING DETAILS

Training start day: December 19, 2018

Course duration: 32 hours / 16 days

Training fee: 132 000 AMD (for 2 months)


HOW TO APPLY

As the number of participants is limited the selection will be made on "first come - first served" basis. The selected students will be notified additionally. For more information please call us at 010 /93 556810.