Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 ICND 1

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All rights reserved. Inc.0—3 . ICND1 v1.Learner Skills and Knowledge  Basic computer literacy  Basic Windows navigation skills  Basic Internet usage skills  Basic e-mail usage skills © 2007 Cisco Systems.

0—4 . operate. Inc. and troubleshoot a small network” Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 © 2007 Cisco Systems. ICND1 v1.Course Goal “To provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to install. All rights reserved.

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0—6 . Inc. All rights reserved. ICND1 v1.Course Flow Day 1 Course Introduction Module 1 Building a Simple Network Day 2 Module 2 Ethernet LANs Day 3 Module 4 LAN Connections Day 4 Module 5 WAN Connections Day 5 Module 6 Network Environment Management A M Lunch Module 1 Building a Simple Network Module 2 Ethernet LANs Module 3 Wireless LANs Module 4 LAN Connections Module 5 WAN Connections Capstone Lab P M © 2007 Cisco Systems.

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All rights Inc. Advance Your Career CCIE Cisco Certified Network Associate Expert Recommended Training Through Cisco Learning Partners Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 CCNP Professional Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 2 CCNA CCENT Associate Entry Technician Cisco Certified Entry Network Technician Recommended Training Through Cisco Learning Partners Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 © 2007 Cisco Systems.0—9 .Cisco Career Certifications Expand Your Professional Options. ICND1 v1.

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• Each phase has a set of service components comprising activities and deliverables to help ensure service excellence. Plan. Design. © 2007 Cisco Systems. operate. Inc. A network service is performed when a service component item is completed. Implement.0—11 . • There are six phases in the network lifecycle: Prepare. Operate and Optimize. and optimize Cisco technologies successfully throughout the lifecycle of a network.What Is the Lifecycle Services Framework? • The Cisco Lifecycle Services Framework defines the minimum set of activities needed to deploy. ICND1 v1. All rights reserved.

Design a solution that meets business and technical requirements. All rights reserved.CCNA Students: A Focus on “Implement” and “Operate” Phase Prepare Plan Design Implement Operate Optimize Benefits of the Lifecycle Services Approach Make sound financial decisions by developing a business case that establishes the financial justification for making a technology change. Inc. ICND1 v1. operation. Achieve operational excellence by adapting the architecture. Maintain network health through day-to-day operations.0—12 . Assess the existing environment to determine whether it can support the proposed system sufficiently and securely. and performance of the network to ever-changing business requirements and positioning it to reenter the prepare phase of its lifecycle. © 2007 Cisco Systems. Integrate the new solution without disrupting the network or creating points of vulnerability.

A Network Lifecycle Services Approach: Why Is It Important Now?  In the past.  Today. network complexity and technology convergence increase the importance of having a network lifecycle approach that adapts over time to changing business conditions. Implement.  The Cisco Lifecycle Services approach helps meet these new and more complex requirements. All rights reserved. point approaches for the Design. A coordinated and continual sequence of lifecycle service activities leads to successful initial implementations and operations as well as to future optimized performance. and Operate phases were sufficient to deploy and support a network.0—13 . Inc. ICND1 v1. © 2007 Cisco Systems.

ICND1 v1.0—14 . All rights reserved.Learner Introductions  Your name  Your company  Job responsibilities  Skills and knowledge  Brief history  Objective © 2007 Cisco Systems. Inc.

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