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Module 1-8 and Case Studies Outline
Module 1: Network Requirements  
Module Overview  
1.1  Introducing Campus Networks
1.1.1  Intelligent Information Network and Service-Oriented Network Architecture
1.1.2  Cisco Network Models
1.1.3  Describing Non-Hierarchical Campus Network Issues
1.1.4  Describing Layer 2 Network Issues
1.1.5  Describing Routed Network Issues
1.1.6  Multilayer Switching
1.1.7  Issues with Multilayer Switches and VLANs in a Non-Hierarchical Network
1.1.8  The Enterprise Composite Network Model
1.1.9  Benefits of the Enterprise Composite Network Model
1.1.10  Describing the Campus Infrastructure Module
1.1.11  Reviewing Switch Configuration Interfaces
 
Module Summary  

Module Quiz

 
Module 2: Defining VLANs  
Module Overview  
2.1  Implementing Best Practices for VLAN Topologies
2.1.1  Describing Issues in a Poorly Designed Network
2.1.2  Grouping Business Functions into VLANs
2.1.3  Describing Interconnection Technologies
2.1.4  Determining Equipment and Cabling Needs
2.1.5  Considering Traffic Source to Destination Paths
2.1.6  Describing End-to-End VLANs
2.1.7  Describing Local VLANs
2.1.8  Benefits of Local VLANs in Enterprise Campus Network
2.1.9  Mapping VLANs in a Hierarchical Network
 
2.2  Implementing VLANs
2.2.1  VLAN Configuration Modes
2.2.2  Explaining VLAN Access Ports
2.2.3  Describing VLAN Implementation Commands
2.2.4  Implementing a VLAN
 
2.3  Implementing Trunks
2.3.1  Explaining VLAN Trunks
2.3.2  Describing ISL Trunking
2.3.3  Describing 802.1Q Trunking
2.3.4  Explaining 802.1Q Native VLANs
2.3.5  Explaining VLAN Ranges
2.3.6  Describing Trunking Configuration Commands
2.3.7  Configuring Trunking
 
2.4  Propagating VLAN Configurations with VLAN Trunking
2.4.1  Explaining VTP Domains
2.4.2  Describing VTP
2.4.3  VTP Modes
2.4.4  Describing VTP Pruning
2.4.5  Describing VTP Operation
2.4.6  Describing VTP Configuration Command
2.4.7  Configuring a VTP Management Domain
2.4.8  Adding New Switches to an Existing VTP Domain
 
2.5  Correcting Common VLAN Configuration Errors
2.5.1  Describing Issues with 802.1Q Native VLANs
2.5.2  Resolving Issues with 802.1Q Native VLANs
2.5.3  Describing Trunk Link Problems
2.5.4  Resolving Trunk Link Problems
2.5.5  Common Problems with VTP Configuration
2.5.6  Best Practice for VTP Configuration
 
2.6  VLAN Lab Exercises
2.6.1  Lab 2-0 Clearing a Switch
2.6.2  Lab 2-1 Catalyst 2960 and 3560 Series Static VLANS, VLAN Trunking, and VTP Domain and Modes
Module Summary  

Module Quiz

 
 
Module 3: Implementing Spanning Tree  
Module Overview  
3.1  Describing STP
3.1.1  Describing Transparent Bridges
3.1.2  Identifying Traffic Loops
3.1.3  Explaining a Loop Free Network
3.1.4  Describing the 802.1D Spanning Tree Protocol
3.1.5  Describing the Root Bridge
3.1.6  Describing Port Roles
3.1.7  Explaining Enhancements to STP
 
3.2  Implementing RSTP
3.2.1  Describing the Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol
3.2.2  Describing RSTP Port States
3.2.3  Describing RSTP Port Roles
3.2.4  Explaining Edge Ports
3.2.5  Describing RSTP Link Types
3.2.6  Examining the RSTP BPDU
3.2.7  Identifying the RSTP Proposal and Agreement Process
3.2.8  Identifying the RSTP Topology Change
3.2.9  Describing Rapid PVST+ Implementation
3.2.10  Implementing Rapid PVST+ Commands
 
3.3  Implementing MSTP
3.3.1  Explaining MSTP
3.3.2  Describing MST Regions
3.3.3  Describing the Extended System ID
3.3.4  Interacting Between MST Regions and 802.1D Networks
3.3.5  Describing MSTP Implementation Commands
3.3.6  Configuring and Verifying MSTP
 
3.4  Configuring Link Aggregation with EtherChannel
3.4.1  Describing EtherChannel
3.4.2  Describing PAgP and LACP
3.4.3  Describing EtherChannel Configuration Commands
3.4.4  Configuring Port Channels Using EtherChannel
3.4.5  Configuring Load Balancing over EtherChannel
 
3.5  Spanning Tree Lab Exercises
3.5.1  Lab 3-1 Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) Default Behavior
3.5.2  Lab 3-2 Modifying Default Spanning Tree Behavior
3.5.3  Lab 3-3 Per-VLAN Spanning Tree Behavior
3.5.4  Lab 3-4 Multiple Spanning Tree
3.5.5  Lab 3-5 Configuring Etherchannel
 
Module Summary  

Module Quiz

 
 
Module 4: Implementing Inter-VLAN Routing  
Module Overview  
4.1  Describing Routing Between VLANs
4.1.1  Inter-VLAN Routing Using an External Router
4.1.2  Describing Inter-VLAN Routing Using External Router Configuration Commands
4.1.3  Configuring Inter-VLAN Routing Using an External Router
4.1.4  Explaining Multilayer Switching
4.1.5  Frame Rewrite
 
4.2  Enabling Routing Between VLANs
4.2.1  Describing Layer 3 SVI
4.2.2  Describing Configuration Commands for Inter-VLAN Communication on a Multilayer Switch
4.2.3  Configuring Inter-VLAN Routing on a Multilayer Switch
4.2.4  Describing Routed Ports on a Multilayer Switch
4.2.5  Configuration of Routed Ports on a Multilayer Switch
4.2.6  Configuring Routed Ports on a Multilayer Switch
 
4.3  Deploying CEF-Based Multilayer Switching
4.3.1  Explaining Layer 3 Switch Processing
4.3.2  Explaining CEF-based Multilayer Switches
4.3.3  Identifying the Multilayer Switch Packet Forwarding Process
4.3.4  Describing CEF Configuration Commands
4.3.5  Enabling CEF-Based MLS
4.3.6  Describing Common CEF Problems and Solutions
4.3.7  Describing CEF Troubleshooting Commands
4.3.8  Troubleshooting Layer 3 CEF-Based MLS
 
4.4  Inter-VLAN Routing Lab Exercises
4.4.1  Lab 4-1 Inter-VLAN Routing with an External Router
4.4.2  Lab 4-2 Inter-VLAN Routing with an Internal Route Processor and Monitoring CEF Functions
 
Module Summary  

Module Quiz

 
Module 5: Implementing High Availability in a Campus Environment  
Module Overview    
5.1  Configuring Layer 3 Redundancy with HSRP
5.1.1  Describing Routing Issues
5.1.2  Identifying the Router Redundancy Process
5.1.3  Describing HSRP
5.1.4  Identifying HSRP Operations
5.1.5  Describing HSRP States
5.1.6  Describing HSRP Configuration Commands
5.1.7  Enabling HSRP
 
5.2  Optimizing HSRP
5.2.1  Describing HSRP Optimization Options
5.2.2  Tuning HSRP Operations
5.2.3  Describing Load Sharing
5.2.4  HSRP Debug Commands
5.2.5  Debugging HSRP Operations
 
5.3  Configuring Layer 3 Redundancy with VRRP and GLBP
5.3.1  Describing Virtual Router Redundancy
5.3.2  Identifying the VRRP Operations Process
5.3.3  Configuring VRRP
5.3.4  Describing GLBP
5.3.5  Identifying the GLBP Operations Process
 
5.4  High Availability Lab Exercise
5.4.1  Lab 5-1 Hot Standby Router Protocol
 
Module Summary  

Module Quiz

 
Module 6: Wireless LANs  
Module Overview    
6.1  Introducing Wireless LANs
6.1.1  Wireless Data Technologies
6.1.2  Wireless LANs
6.1.3  WLANs and Other Wireless Technologies
6.1.4  WLANs and LANs
 
6.2  Describing Wireless LAN Topologies
6.2.1  WLAN Topologies
6.2.2  Typical WLAN Topologies
6.2.3  Roaming through Wireless Cells
6.2.4  Wireless VLAN Support
6.2.5  Wireless Mesh Networking
 
6.3  Explaining Wireless LAN Technology Standards
6.3.1  Unlicensed Frequency Bands
6.3.2  WLAN Regulation and Standardization
6.3.3  IEEE 802.11b Standard
6.3.4  IEEE 802.11a Standard
6.3.5  IEEE 802.11g Standard
6.3.6  802.11 Comparison
6.3.7  General Office Wireless LAN Design
6.3.8  WLAN Security
 
6.4  Configuring Cisco WLAN Clients
6.4.1  Cisco 802.11a/b/g WLAN Client Adapters
6.4.2  Cisco Aironet Desktop Utility Installation
6.4.3  ADU Diagnostics: Advanced Statistics
6.4.4  Cisco Aironet Site Survey Utility: Associated AP Status
6.4.5  Windows XP WLAN Configuration
6.4.6  Cisco Aironet Client Administration Utility
6.4.7  Cisco WLAN IP Phone
6.4.8  Compatible Extensions Program for WLAN Client Devices
 
6.5  Implementing Wireless LANs
6.5.1  Wireless Client Association
6.5.2  Lightweight Access Point Protocol
6.5.3  Describing WLAN Components
6.5.4  Cisco Unified Wireless Network
6.5.5  Cisco Aironet Access Points and Bridges
6.5.6  Power over Ethernet
6.5.7  Explaining WLAN Antennas
6.5.8  Multipath Distortion
6.5.9  Definition of a Decibel
6.5.10  Effective Isotropic Radiated Power
 
6.6  Configuring Wireless WLANs
6.6.1  Autonomous Access Point Configuration
6.6.2  Role of Autonomous Access Points in a Radio Network
6.6.3  Autonomous Access Point Configuration via the Web Browser
6.6.4  Lightweight WLAN Controller Configuration
6.6.5  Cisco Wireless LAN Controller Boot Menu
6.6.6  Web Wizard Initial Configuration
 
6.7  WLAN Lab Exercises
6.7.1  Lab 6-1 Configuring a WLAN Controller
6.7.2  Lab 6-2 Configuring a WLAN Controller via the Web Interface
6.7.3  Lab 6-3 Configuring a Wireless Client
 
Module Summary  

Module Quiz

 
Module 7: Configuring Campus Switches to Support Voice  
Module Overview  
7.1  Planning for Implementation of Voice in a Campus
7.1.1  Converged Network Benefits
7.1.2  VoIP Network Components
7.1.3  Traffic Characteristics of Voice and Data
7.1.4  VoIP Call Flow
7.1.5  Auxiliary VLANs
7.1.6  QoS
7.1.7  Importance of High Availability for VoIP
7.1.8  Power Requirements in Support of VoIP
 
7.2  Accommodating Voice Traffic on Campus Switches
7.2.1  QoS and Voice Traffic in the Campus Module
7.2.2  LAN-Based Classification and Marking
7.2.3  Describing QoS Trust Boundaries
7.2.4  Configuring a Switch for the Attachment of a Cisco Phone
7.2.5  Basic Switch Commands to Support Attachment of a Cisco IP Phone
7.2.6  What is AutoQoS VoIP?
7.2.7  Configuring AutoQoS VoIP on a Cisco Catalyst Switch
 
7.3  Voice Support Lab Exercises
7.3.1  Lab 7-1 Configuring Switches for IP Telephony Support
 
Module  Summary  

Module Quiz

 
 
Module 8: Minimizing Service Loss and Data Theft in a Campus Network  
Module Overview  
8.1  Understanding Switch Security Issues
8.1.1  Overview of Switch Security Concerns
8.1.2  Describing Unauthorized Access by Rogue Devices
8.1.3  Switch Attack Categories
8.1.4  Describing a MAC Flooding Attack
8.1.5  Describing Port Security
8.1.6  Configuring Port Security on a Switch
8.1.7  Port Security with Sticky MAC Addresses
8.1.8  Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting
8.1.9  Authentication Methods
8.1.10  802.1x Port-Based Authentication
 
8.2  Protecting Against VLAN Attacks
8.2.1  Explaining VLAN Hopping
8.2.2  Mitigating VLAN Hopping
8.2.3  VLAN Access Control Lists
8.2.4  Configuring VACLs
8.2.5  Private VLANs and Protected Ports
8.2.6  Configuring PVLANs
 
8.3  Protecting Against Spoof Attacks
8.3.1  Describing a DHCP Spoof Attack
8.3.2  Describing DHCP Snooping
8.3.3  Configuring DHCP Snooping
8.3.4  Describing ARP Spoofing
8.3.5  Dynamic ARP Inspection
8.3.6  Configuring Dynamic ARP Inspection
8.3.7  Protecting Against ARP Spoofing Attacks
 
8.4  STP Security Mechanisms
8.4.1  Protecting the Operation of STP
8.4.2  Configuring BPDU Guard
8.4.3  Configuring BPDU Filtering
8.4.4  Root Guard
8.4.5  Configuring Root Guard
 
8.5  Preventing STP Forwarding Loops
8.5.1  Unidirectional Link Detection
8.5.2  Loop Guard
8.5.3  Configuring UDLD and Loop Guard
8.5.4  Preventing STP Failures Due to Unidirectional Links
 
8.6  Securing Network Switches
8.6.1  Describing Vulnerabilities in CDP
8.6.2  Telnet Protocol Vulnerabilities
8.6.3  Configuring the Secure Shell Protocol
8.6.4  vty ACLs
8.6.5  Applying ACLs to vty Lines
8.6.6  Best Practices for Switch Security
 
8.7  Switch Security Lab Exercises
8.7.1  Lab 8-1 Securing the Layer 2 Switching Devices
8.7.2  Lab 8-2 Securing Spanning Tree Protocol
8.7.3  Lab 8-3 Securing VLANs with Private VLANs, RACLs, and VACLs
 
Module Summary  

Module Quiz

 
 
Case Studies  
Case Study 1 VLANs, VTP and Inter-VLAN routing  

Case Study 2 Voice and Security in a Switched Network

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