Fall 2010 Advanced Routing CNET 265 10 30428 Instructor Information: Christopher Broadway, Adjunct Instructor, cbroadwa@blueridgectc.
edu. Textbook: Implementing Cisco IP Routing Self Study Guide, ISBN#15870588211, and CCNP Route Portable Command Guide, ISBN#1587202492 (Students are required to purchase their own USB thumb drive) Course Description: This is the first course in a sequence leading to the Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) certification. This course covers advanced routing protocols and configurations for use in the enterprise network, as well as, IPv6 transitioning strategies. Students will engage in challenging hands-on lab activities including; skill building and troubleshooting practice. Course sequence mapped to CCNP: CNET 265, CNET 266, and CNET 267. Course Objectives: Students will learn: y The basics of Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) and Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) neighbor relationships, topology, routes, convergence, route summarization, and filtering. y To apply Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) virtual links and frame relay operation. y To apply Interior Gateway Protocol (IGP) redistribution. y To apply policy-based routing and IP service level agreements. y The basics of Internet connectivity and Border Gateway Protocol (BGP). y The basics of Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) addressing. y The characteristics and configuration of routing over branch Internet connections. y To work as a team in order to present design solutions to diverse audiences. y The interaction of various global network standards. Student Learner Outcomes: Students will: y Apply Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) and Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) operation and neighbor relationships. y Configure Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) route summarization, filtering, and default routing. y Formulate Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) virtual links and frame relay operation. y Configure policy based routing and IP service level agreements. y Generate Internet connectivity with Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), external Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), internal Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), and Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) route filtering. y Construct Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) path control. y Calculate Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) addresses for scalable network designs. y Configure and test Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) routing protocols, redistribution, and Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) and Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) coexistence. y Conduct research that is properly cited and presented in various mediums to showcase written and oral communication skills. y Examine legacy equipment requirements in order to offer correct solutions to organizations that still employ older technologies as they transition to newer technologies. Areas of Blooms Taxonomy Covered: Knowledge Comprehension Application
Apply Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) and Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) operation and neighbor relationships. Configure Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) route summarization, filtering, and default routing. Formulate Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) virtual links and frame relay operation.
projects. students will from time to time asked to participate in non-graded assessment activities which may include. Every student will have the opportunity to retake 3 chapter exams one time throughout the semester taking the better score. field trips required for other classes. including plagiarism and cheating on visual work. and labs will be based out of a possible 100 points for each one. intercollegiate competitions. death in the immediate family. participation in roleplaying simulations and completion of standardized written or practical examinations or pre and post graduation surveys. weather-induced driving conditions. with written notification to the Division Dean at Blue Ridge CTC. 3. internal Border Gateway Protocol (BGP).
Program Assessment: The faculty members of Blue Ridge CTC are dedicated to assuring that each student meets the educational objectives of the program. Instructors will make reasonable accommodations for occasional. they will be deducted 3. To be eligible for such substitute evaluation. Students are expected to plan their class. To achieve this goal. exams. or activities entailing official representation of Blue Ridge CTC. Construct Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) path control. This means there are no excuses for late work or last minute work. incapacitating illness or injury (not including any non-emergency doctors' appointments that could be scheduled at other times). will be subject to disciplinary action as well. students are responsible for discussing any absences with their instructors: such discussions must occur in advance of foreseeable absences and as soon as possible following unpredictable ones. unavoidable absences based on highly legitimate grounds. Academic Integrity . external Border Gateway Protocol (BGP). Attendance Policy : Students are expected to attend class and to know and understand the specific attendance policies established by each of their instructors. Legitimate reasons for class absences include documented and/or verifiable instances of the following: 1. Generate Internet connectivity with Border Gateway Protocol (BGP). 4. work. and the Chapter Exam/Final Exam Study Guides will be available to you from day one of the course on the shared drive in the Cisco Lab.
. Such action shall be taken by the instructor. As part of this program assessment. and Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) route filtering. Students involved in facilitating academic dishonesty among others. is considered an academic matter to be controlled and acted upon by the instructor of this course. 2. the Labs. Withdrawal from this course: The last day to withdraw from this course is 9/24/10. such as the unauthorized dissemination of examination materials. The educational objectives have been developed and are planned to assure that the program is producing graduates who will be successful in obtaining and maintaining positions in the entry-level business field and who will be quality employees.Cheating in all its forms. but are not be limited to. Seriously hazardous. and personal schedules to avoid potential conflicts.
Grading Policy : All scores for assignments. Students guilty of academic dishonesty on any graded assignments in this course will be penalized with a grade of F in the course.5 percentage points from their grade and will have to make up the lab missed. The Skills Based Final.Analysis Synthesis
Configure policy based routing and IP service level agreements. Attendance is very important for this course. Instructors will determine the most appropriate means of compensating for work unavoidably and legitimately missed in their classes. the faculty is committed to a systematic and comprehensive process of assessment of student learning. The Capstone Project. If a student misses a class without prior notification.
Disability Services: Are available to those that qualify and ask for assistance. and workforce development. Disability services are a self reported accommodation. developmental education. Schedule of Course Activities/Assignments/Due Dates: Date of Class Assignments 8/23/10 Chapter 1 Lecture Hands-On Lab 1-1 Chapter 1 Exam 8/25/10 Chapter 2 Lecture Hands-On Lab 2-1 Hands-On Lab 2-2 Hands-On Lab 2-3 Hands-On Lab 2-4 Hands-On Lab 2-5 Hands-On Lab 2-6 Hands-On Lab 2-7 Chapter 2 Exam 8/30/10 Chapter 2 Lecture Hands-On Lab 2-1 Hands-On Lab 2-2 Hands-On Lab 2-3 Hands-On Lab 2-4 Hands-On Lab 2-5 Hands-On Lab 2-6 Hands-On Lab 2-7 Chapter 2 Exam 9/1/10 Chapter 3 Lecture Hands-On Lab 3-1 Hands-On Lab 3-2 Hands-On Lab 3-3 Hands-On Lab 3-4 Hands-On Lab 3-5 Hands-On Lab 3-6 Hands-On Lab 3-7 Chapter 3 Exam 9/6/10 Labor Day (NO School)
Due Date 8/25/10
.Chapter Exams Final Exam Capstone Project Skills Based Final (Hands-on portion of capstone project is this grade) Class Labs/Packet Tracer Labs A= 100. The quality academic programs are learner centered and focused on career entry. To review what options you have and what steps you will need to take to get proper documentation in order for you to receive accommodations contact James McDougle in the Student Affairs Office.90 B= 89-80 C= 79-70 D= 69-60 F= below 60
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Chapter 3 Lecture Hands-On Lab 3-1 Hands-On Lab 3-2 Hands-On Lab 3-3 Hands-On Lab 3-4 Hands-On Lab 3-5 Hands-On Lab 3-6 Hands-On Lab 3-7 Chapter 3 Exam Chapter 4 Lecture Hands-On Lab 4-1 Hands-On Lab 4-2 Hands-On Lab 4-3 Hands-On Lab 4-4 Chapter 4 Exam Chapter 5 Lecture Hands-On Lab 5-1 Hands-On Lab 5-2 Chapter 5 Exam Chapter 6 Lecture Hands-On Lab 6-1 Hands-On Lab 6-2 Hands-On Lab 6-3 Hands-On Lab 6-4 Hands-On Lab 6-5 Chapter 6 Exam Chapter 6 Lecture Hands-On Lab 6-1 Hands-On Lab 6-2 Hands-On Lab 6-3 Hands-On Lab 6-4 Hands-On Lab 6-5 Chapter 6 Exam Chapter 7 Lecture Hands-On Lab 7-1 Chapter 7 Exam Chapter 8 Lecture Hands-On Lab 8-1 Hands-On Lab 8-2 Hands-On Lab 8-3 Hands-On Lab 8-4 Hands-On Lab 8-5 Chapter 8 Exam Chapter 8 Lecture Hands-On Lab 8-1 Hands-On Lab 8-2 Hands-On Lab 8-3 Hands-On Lab 8-4 Hands-On Lab 8-5 Chapter 8 Exam Capstone Project/Skills Based Final Capstone Project/Skills Based Final Capstone Project/Skills Based Final
10/6/10 10/11/10 ± Capstone Project/Skills Based Final
10/11/10 ± Capstone Project/Skills Based Final 10/11/10
9:00 am 10/18/2010 Mon Second 8-weeks classes begin 10/20/2010 Wed Mid-term Grades Available on BRIDGE 11/01/2010 Mon First Day of Spring semester BRIDGE Registration for Continuing Students 11/15/2010 Mon Last Day to Withdraw from a Full Semester Class Consult Advisor 11/19/2010 Fri Last Day to Apply for a Certificate for December
.Holiday 09/13/2010 Mon Last Day to Change a Course from Credit to Audit Status 09/24/2010 Fri Last Day to Withdraw from First 8-weeks class Consult Advisor 10/01/2010 Fri Last Day to Apply for May Graduation 10/11/2010 Mon First Day of Mid-Term Exams 10/16/2010 Sat Last Day of Mid-Term Exams 10/18/2010 Mon First Day of Academic Advisement for Continuing Students for Spring 10/18/2010 Mon Mid-term/Final 1st 8 Week Grades Due .10/13/10
This syllabus may be altered at any time at the discretion of the instructor.Fall 2010
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Add/Drop and Late Registration (Late Fee Applies). Date and Time of Final Exam: 10/13/10 6 PM
Dates of Importance:
Academic Calendar . via BRIDGE 08/23/2010 Mon Classes Begin 08/27/2010 Fri Last Day to Add/Drop or Late Register via BRIDGE Consult Advisor 09/03/2010 Fri Last Day to Change a Course from Credit to Pass/Fail Status 09/06/2010 Mon Labor Day .
.End of First Semester 12/22/2010 Wed Grades will be available via BRIDGE .11/21/2010 Sun First Day of Thanksgiving Recess 11/28/2010 Sun Last Day of Thanksgiving Recess 11/29/2010 Mon Last Day to Withdraw from second 8-weeks Class Consult Advisor 12/10/2010 Fri Last Day to Completely Withdraw from ALL Classes Consult Advisor Last Day of Classes 12/13/2010 Mon First Day of Final Exams 12/18/2010 Sat Last Day of Final Exams 12/20/2010 Mon First Semester Grades Due 9:00 am .