Cisco Networking Academy
The Cisco certified Network Associate (CCNA) credential is the premium certification for professionals who design and develop custom business solutions with Cisco routers and switches. Cisco Certifications focus on both routing and switching, as well as WAN switching solutions in network design and network support, providing you with flexible options for career development. One may advance to CCIE status by first achieving Associate certification in these tracks.
To demonstrate to your customers and colleagues that you have attained an unparalleled level of expertise in the network design and support arenas in today’s technology industry, CCNAs receive the following benefits:
- Industry recognition of your knowledge and proficiency with Cisco products and technologies
- CCNA logo to enable you to identify your status to colleagues or clients
- Affiliation with more than 10,000 CCNAs worldwide
Network administrators, technicians, and anyone who needs to configure and support multiprotocol networks and get started with basic Cisco IOS software. To attend this course you must have a basic knowledge of computer hardware and windows.
Drake State Cisco CCNA Training program
This course consists of four modules. It starts with an introduction to Internetworking Technology followed by presenting you with the concepts and commands required to configure Cisco routers and switches in small to medium multiprotocol networks.
Through content, exercises, and virtual laboratory projects, you gain experience configuring fully operational Cisco routers and switches. You will learn to apply Cisco IOS software commands to start up and configure a newly installed router and switch. This class will also enable you to perform all basic configuration procedures to build a multi-router, multigroup network that uses LAN and WAN interfaces for the most commonly used routing and routed protocols.