CCDA Boot Camp (5961)
In this intensive Boot Camp (based on Cisco's Designing for CiscoInternetwork Solutions (DESGN) v2.1 course material), you'll get the trainingand practice you need to design a strong, effective network as you prepare forthe Cisco Certified Design Associate (CCDA) certification. Our enhancements toCisco's authorized content, combined with case study practice and our exclusiveexam practice homework, will have you ready to pass the exam in only five days.
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Boot Camp Hours
By providing focused homework each day, the in-class time is limited to anormal 8:30 am - 4:30 pm class day. However, you should expect to spend one to threehours each evening on homework, which is reviewed each morning.
- Principles of network design and the guidelines for building a networkdesign solution
- How the Enterprise Composite Network model simplifies the complexity oftoday's networks
- Design an Enterprise Campus in a hierarchical modular fashion usingBorderless Networks and modular design
- Design Enterprise Campus and Enterprise Edge networks
- Select the appropriate Network Management Solution
- Design a network addressing plan
- Select optimal routing protocols for the network
- Design a modern data center using Cisco and industry best practices
- Evaluate security solutions for the network
- Design Voice over IP and IP Telephony
- Design a wireless solution using Lightweight Access Points and theWireless LAN Controller
- All topics on the CCDA certification exam
- Test-taking tips and techniques
Who Can Benefit
- Network engineers and architects, systems administrators, and network designers
- Anyone who wants CCDA certification
- IT managers wanting greater skill in network design
- CCNA certification is highly recommended
- Familiarity with basic internetworking technologies such as LAN, WAN,bridging, switching, protocols, and network management
1. Applying a Methodology to Network Design
- Identifying Design Requirements
- Characterizing the Existing Network
- Using the Top-Down Approach
- Implementing the Design Methodology
2. Structuring and Modularizing the Network
- Designing the Network Hierarchy
- Modular Approach to Network Design
- Infrastructure Services
- Network Management Protocols and Features
3. Campus and Data Center Design Considerations
- Campus Design Methodology
- Designing the Campus Infrastructure Module
- Enterprise Data Center Considerations
4. Remote Connectivity Design
- Enterprise Edge WAN Design Methodology
- Selecting Wide Area Network (WAN) Technology
- Designing the Enterprise Branch
5. IP Addressing Design and Routing Protocols Selection
- Designing IP Addressing
- Enterprise Routing Protocols
- Designing a Routing Protocol Deployment
6. Security Solutions for the Network
- Defining Network Security
- Cisco Self-Defending Network
- Selecting Network Security Solutions
7. Voice Networking Design
- Traditional Voice Architectures and Features
- Integrating Voice Architectures
- Voice Technology Requirements
8. Wireless Network Considerations
- Cisco Unified Wireless Network
- Wireless Network Controller Technologies
- Designing Wireless Networks with Controllers
All of the CCDA case studies focus on the network design issues of a fictionalhospital, ACMC. You will work in teams to solve the case studies, creating andmaintaining a master design document throughout the week.
Case 1: Network Upgrade
Document customer requirements and the existing network, identify missinginformation, and outline a major network design, including the scope of theproject and major design tasks.
Case 2: Network Structure and Modularity
Apply the structured design principles learned in class.
Case 3: Enterprise Campus Design
Use the Cisco concept of enterprise network modules to propose a redundantcampus design for ACMC. Compare various combinations of Layer 2 vs. Layer 3switching applied to access, distribution, and core modules.
Case 4: WAN Design
Select the most optimal WAN transport for ACMC, and develop a WAN backupstrategy. Add additional offices to the network design.
Case 5: Network Addressing Plan
Develop a method for planning the IP address space and apply it based on ACMP'sneeds. Consider IP subnetting, VLSM, and summarization techniques, andincorporate them into the network design document. Select an appropriate routingprotocol for ACMC and consider deployment issues.
Case 6: Network Security Design
Select the appropriate security solutions for ACMC based on principles learnedin class and customer requirements.
Case 7: Voice Transport Over an IP Network
Consider the effect of transporting voice across the ACMC data network. Analyzemultiple scenarios to test the effect on bandwidth for data-only and voice-onlytraffic. Also, analyze the effects of adding QoS. Finally, calculate combinedvoice and data traffic to fully understand the impact on ACMC's network design.
Case 8: Wireless Networking Solutions
Select the appropriate technologies, equipment, and topology for Wireless LANdeployment at ACMC.
Case 9: Adding More Hospitals to the ACMC Network
This mastery case study can be completed by each team on Friday or used as atake-home assignment.