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CNT160 - Cisco LAN Switching and Wireless

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
CNT160. Cisco LAN Switching and Wireless (3). Intermediate routing concepts and configurations. Configure and install Local Area Networks (LANs) with an emphasis on LAN switching. Design and management of advanced networks. Third of four courses to prepare students to pass the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification examination. Prerequisite: CNT150. Two lecture. Three lab.


COURSE CONTENT:
1. Local area network (LAN) design
2. Switch concepts and configuration
3. Virtual LANs (VLANs)
4. Virtual Trunking Protocol (VTP)
5. Spanning-tree Protocol (STP)
6. Inter-VLAN routing
7. Wireless concepts and configuration

LEARNING OUTCOMES:
1. Describe the 3 layer LAN design goals and determine the appropriate implementation for each layer. (1)
2. Configure a switch for default operation and management. (2)
3. Design and configure VLANs and describe their role in networking. (3)
4. Implement VTP on switches and routers. (4)
5. Develop a redundant switched topology and configure spanning-tree protocol to deal with bridging loops. (5)
6. Configure VLANs on a router and introduce the router-on-a-stick concept. (6)
7. Identify the components of, and configure, a wireless LAN. (7)

REQUIRED ASSESSMENT:
1. Cisco Academy on-line chapter exams and final exam. Cisco Academy skills final exam.

3.000 Credit hours
2.000 Lecture hours
3.000 Lab hours

Levels: Credit
Schedule Types: Lecture/Lab

Prerequisites:
Credit level CNT150 Minimum Grade of C

Comp Tech & Instruct Support Division
Computer Networking Technology Department

 


This class is currently only offered in the Spring Semester.

List of CNT160 sections for Spring 2017

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