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CCNA

Telecom industry is at the boom now days and still needs thousands of new network and IT Professionals. UCAT aims to fulfill this gap with quality network professionals.

The Cisco Netacad Academy program uses a blended learning model, integrating face-to-face teaching with a Web-based curriculum, hands-on lab exercises, and Internet-based assessments. The Cisco Networking Academy Program curriculum centers on teaching students to design, build, and maintain computer networks.

CCNA is a four-semester long course to be completed within a period of seven months. After completing the course, a student will get certificate and a letter for each semester from Cisco. UCAT is working as a “LOCAL ACADEMY” of CISCO SYSTEMS USA. We have highly qualified staff that is specially trained by Cisco Systems for this particular course. Our labs are fully equipped with latest versions of Routers (2500 and 2600 series) and Switches on which student perform practical to get experience in handling these equipments.

Course Description:

The Cisco CCNA curriculum provides a comprehensive overview of networking from fundamentals to advanced applications and services. It is based on a top-down approach to networking. This course emphasizes theoretical concepts and practical application, while providing opportunities for students to gain the skills and hands-on experience needed to design, install, operate, and maintain networks in small-to-medium businesses, as well as enterprise and service provider environments.

CCNA Exploration offers in-depth theory, challenging labs, and a detailed overview of protocol operations.

The CCNA Exploration 1/2 curriculum is composed of two courses:

  • Network Fundamentals
  • Routing Protocols and Concepts


The CCNA Exploration 3/4 curriculum is composed of two courses:

  • LAN switching and Wireless.
  • Accessing the WAN.

Why UCAT?

Professional Recognition:

UCAT is working from the year 2005 as a “LOCAL ACADEMY” of CISCO SYSTEMS USA and recognized by ICT (PTCL) and International Telecommunication Union. Advantage of doing CCNA from CISCO Local Academy is that, After completing one semester you can get admission in any CISCO Local Academy of world for the rest of your studies.

Highly Trained Staff:

We have highly qualified staff that is specially trained by Cisco Systems for this particular course.

Highly equipped Labs:

  • Five 2620 Cisco Routers
  • Four 2500 Cisco Routers
  • Four Catalyst 2950-24 switches
  • 80 P-IV computers with 1GB Ram and 17inch Flatron monitors
  • 4Mbps DSL connections for online Cisco Papers with 2 backup connections.
  • Highly Trained staff trained under ICT (PTCL)
  • Two Sony multimedia projectors for training
  • First CISCO Local academy in twin cities with highest number of student

Entry Requirements

FSc, ICS , DIT, Diploma in Hardware, BCS, MCS ,Telecom Students, can apply for this course. Basic Computer Knowledge is compulsory.

Course Outline

  • Semester 1
    • Network Fundamentals

      1. Living, Learning, Working, and Playing in a Network-Centric World

      2. Communications with Computer Networks and the Internet

      3. OSI Application Layer

      4. OSI Transport Layer

      5. OSI Network Layer and Routing

      6. Addressing the Network – IPv4

      7. Addressing the Network – IPv4

      8. OSI Physical Layer

      9. Ethernet

      10. Planning and Cabling Your Network

      11. Configuring and Testing Your Network

  • Semester 2
    • Routing Protocols and Concepts

      1. Introduction to Routing and Packet Forwarding

      2. Static Routes

      3. Introduction to Dynamic Routing Protocols

      4. Distance Vector Routing Protocols

      5. RIP v1: A Distance Vector, Classful Routing Protocol

      6. Classless Routing: VLSM and CIDR

      7. Classless Routing Using

      8. The Routing Table: A Closer Look

      9. EIGRP: A Distance Vector, Classless Routing Protocol

      10. Link-State Routing Protocols

      11. Single Area OSPF: A Link State, Classless Routing Protocol

  • Semester 3
    • LAN Switching and Wireless

      1. Ethernet Revisited

      2. Switching Concepts: IOS and CDP

      3. Inside the Switch

      4. Campus Network Design

      5. Basic Switch Configuration

      6. VLANs & IP Telephony Basics

      7. Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol

      8. Trunking and VTP

      9. Inter-VLAN Routing

      10. Wireless Networks and Mobility

      11. Campus LANs

  • Semester 4
    •       Accessing the WAN

      1.      Managing Traffic: Access Control Lists (ACLs)

      2.      Addressing Hosts: NAT, DHCP, and IPv6 Basics

      3.      Security

      4.      Introduction to WAN Technologies

      5.      WAN Devices and Connections: CSU, Cable Modem, and DSL Modem

      6.      Connecting to the WAN:   Leased Lines, Cable, and DSL

      7.      PPP, PPPoE

      8.      Frame Relay

      9.      QoS Considerations

      10.  Tunneling Concepts & VPN Basics

      11.  Capstone: Converged Networks

       


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