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Course Code: IP2900
The Internet Protocol (IP) is the key underpinning transmission and switching technology for almost all communication network types and a core skill for telecoms and IT engineers. Theoretical knowledge of how IP networks perform and hands-on experience of how to configure network devices and troubleshoot problems is offered through this intensive five-day course. Delegates work with a state-of-the-art equipment ‘pod’ whilst being led through the key theories.
Engineers who require a thorough understanding of IP protocols and network architecture, together with hands-on experience of router configuration, testing and fault finding.
A good knowledge of TCP/IP is required. This can be gained by attending Wray Castle’s TCP/IP course (QS2501).
LAN technologies recap
Introduction to Cisco equipment and an overview of Cisco IOS
Basic router administrative functions
Interface and configuration management
Configuring IP addresses to interfaces
Routing and routing protocols
IP access lists
WANs – Frame Relay, PPP and ISDN
Layer 2 switching – VLANs and VLAN trunking
Overview of Cisco examination process
Includes hands-on practical exercises accounting for 60% of the course.