Course Objectives Cont

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:

* Manage device configuration files

* Configure access lists to meet requirements

* Use show commands to display network operational performance

* Use debug commands to detect processes and anomalies

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Upon completing this course, you will be able to meet these objectives:

■ Interconnect network devices as specified by a design and installation plan

■ Build a functional configuration to support specified network operational requirements

■ Verify the functionality of a network to ensure that it operates as specified

■ Verify network connectivity to non-Cisco devices

Accurately determine network device operational status and network performance using the command-line interface

Manage device configuration files to reduce device downtime according to best practices using Cisco IOS commands

Configure access lists to meet specified operational requirements using the command-line interface

■ Display network operational parameters using the appropriate show commands so that you can detect anomalies

■ Monitor network operational parameters using the appropriate debug commands so that you can detect anomalies

Course Activities

This topic discusses the enterprise WAN network that you will build in this course.

BCRAN Activity Network Topology

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During the lab exercises in this course, you will build the network depicted in the figure. To accomplish this task, you will practice the following:

■ Assembling and cabling WAN components Supporting asynchronous modems Configuring PPP features

Accessing broadband

■ Using Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) with IP Security (IPSec)

■ Using ISDN and dial-on-demand routing (DDR) to enhance remote connectivity

■ Using DDR enhancements

Configuring a Frame Relay connection with traffic shaping Implementing DDR backup

■ Using quality of service (QoS) in WANs

Using authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA) to scale access control

Cisco Certifications

This topic discusses Cisco career certifications and paths.

Cisco Certifications


Cisco provides three levels of general career certifications for IT professionals with several different tracks to meet individual needs. Cisco also provides focused Cisco Qualified Specialist (CQS) certifications for designated areas such as cable communications, voice, and security.

There are many paths to Cisco certification, but only one requirement—passing one or more exams demonstrating knowledge and skill. For details, go to http //www cisco com/go/certifications

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