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  ITT Technical Institute NT2640IP NetworkingOnsite Course SYLLABUS Credit hours: 4.5 Contact/Instructional hours:  56 (34 Theory Hours, 22 Lab Hours) Prerequisite(s) and/or Corequisite(s): Prerequisites: NT1210 Introduction to Networking or equivalent Course Description: This course explores network design and implementation by applying the TCP/IP protocols to provide connectivity and associated services. Planning and deployment of network addressing structures, as well as router and switch configurations, are also examined.  IP NetworkingSyllabus2Date: 4/19/2013 Mobile Communications Technology ET1215 Basic Electronics NT2640 IP Networking MC2799 MCT Capstone Project MC2660 Mobile Wireless Communication II MC2665 Mobile Communication Devices MC2560 Mobile Wireless Communication I MC1260 Introduction to Mobile Communication Technolo NT1430 Linux Networking NT1210 Introduction to Networking ET1335 Intro to Electronic Communication Sstems EC2555 Survey of Economics CO2520 Communications NT1110 Computer Structure and Logic PT1420 Introduction to Programming General Education / General Studies MA1210 College Math I GS1140 Problem Solving Theory GS1145 Strategies for the Technical Professional MA1310 College Math II EN1320 Composition I EN1420 Composition II Mobile CommunicationNetworking Technology Electronics Technology General Education ProgrammingTechnology Courses  IP NetworkingSyllabus3Date: 4/19/2013 Course Summary Major Instructional Areas  TCP/IP and OSI network reference models  IP and associated protocols including TCP, UDP, ICMP, and ARP  IP addressing and subnet design including variable-length subnet mask (VLSM)  Routing principals and dynamic routing protocols including basic configuration  Ethernet switching principals and concepts including basic configuration  Local area network (LAN) and wide area network (WAN) concepts and basic implementation tasks  Cisco router hardware and software (IOS) overview including basic configuration  Introduction to IP network troubleshooting including routing, switching, and WAN Course Objectives This course has the following instructional objectives:1.Apply TCP/IP and OSI network reference model concepts and IP protocols (TCP/UDP/ICMP) in implementation and support of networks.2.Apply procedures of the Cisco IOS CLI environment to support and configure Cisco internetworking devices.3.Apply networking concepts and theories to provide IP networking troubleshooting tasks.4.Apply principles of IP address subnetting design including the use of variable-length subnet masks (VSLM).5.Apply foundational concepts of IP routing including dynamic routing protocols (RIP, EIGRP, and OSPF).6.Apply foundational concepts of bridging and switching and other relevant local area network (LAN) technologies. 7.Describe the concepts of collision and broadcast domains, and address resolution protocols.8.Apply the fundamental concepts of wide area networks (WANs), including point-to-point links and virtual private network WAN technologies such as Frame Relay. Learning Outcomes Upon completion of this course the student will be able to:1.Demonstrate the ability to design and implement an IP address scheme including subnet design with VLSM.


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