CIT Training Program
Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP ) for Routing and Switching
Brief Course Description
Exam topics include Troubleshooting Processes for Routers and Routed Protocols, Campus Switch, VLAN and WAN. The Cisco Internetwork Troubleshooting (CIT ) course teaches students how to baseline and Troubleshoot an environment using Cisco routers and switches for multiprotocol client hosts and servers connected with Ethernet, Fast Ethernet LANs , Frame Relay, and ISDN BRI WANs. The course provides students with practice using specific Cisco IOS software and Catalyst software tools to diagnose and correct problems on widely installed Cisco products.
40 hours of Instructor-led classroom/Lab training
Must have completed ICND (CCNA ) or must possess knowledge of, Basic concept of networking, OSI layer of architecture, IP addressing basic fundamentals, Basic understanding of Network cards, router, bridge, hub, Cisco IOS configurations, Distance Vector routing protocols
Detailed Course Coverage
Use an efficient problem-solving method when troubleshooting and documenting internetwork problems, Identify and apply generic and Cisco-specific troubleshooting tools on Cisco routers and switches, Analyze and troubleshoot problems in the following environments: Campus TCP/IP, Novell IPX, Catalyst switches, VLANs on routers and switches, Frame Relay, ISDN BRI, Troubleshooting Processes, Routing and Routed Protocol Troubleshooting, Campus Switch and VLAN Troubleshooting, WAN Troubleshooting, Support Resources for Troubleshooting, Using Troubleshooting Methods, Identifying Troubleshooting Targets, Applying Cisco Troubleshooting Tools, Diagnosing and Correcting Campus TCP/IP, Novell Networking & Catalyst Problems. Troubleshooting VLANs on Routers and Switches. Diagnosing and Correcting Frame Relay, ISDN BRI Problems.