Cisco CCNA Sem 4 (Cisco Networking Project Based Learning)
Spring 2001 (01-1)
On-line training and exams can be found at cisco.netacad.net or for on-line curriculum and Resources (including TCS materials) you can visit CiscoAcad.hcc.cc.fl.us
Weekly Course Schedule.
|Time & Place:||Ref No. 21393: Monday, 7:00 - 9:45 PM, Dale Mabry Room Tech-412|
|Instructor:||Name: Wayne Pollock|
E-mail Address: email@example.com
Office & Phone: Tech-404, 253-7213.
Office Hours: Monday-Thursday 4:45-5:15, Wed. 2:00-5:30, or by appointment.
Homepage URL: http://www.hcc.cc.fl.us/pollock/
|Texts:||Amato, Vito (Editor), Cisco System Networking Academy:
Second-Year Companion Guide. © 1999 by Cisco Systems,
ISBN: 1-57870-169-4. (Optional; this book is not required.) |
Amato, Vito (Editor), Cisco System Networking Academy: Engineering Journal and Workbook II. © 1999 by Cisco Systems, ISBN: 1-57870-184-8.
This course is designed to prepare a student to apply and understand
the advanced principles, applications, and implementation of networking
The course covers advanced network design projects and advanced network
This is the fourth of a four-part series to prepare students for the
Cisco Certified Networking Associate.
|Objectives:||The student will demonstrate a knowledge of the following topics
through objective tests, hands-on activities, and projects:
|Prerequisite:||CET 2615 (Cisco Sem. III Cisco Advanced Router Technology), or Permission of the Instructor. Students enrolled in a degree or college credit certificate program must complete all prerequisites.|
|Facilities:||The course content and all exams can be accessed from the classroom. The course content is available from anywhere with Internet access. Exams are only accessible from the classroom during scheduled exam times. You will need headphones to listen to the videos in the classroom or Cisco lab. Extra lab time outside of class to practice with a router may be arranged. This class uses version 2.1 of the course.|
|Curriculum:||The course content is available from CiscoAcad.hcc.cc.fl.us and from Cisco.NetAcad.net. (Prefer the first server if available.)|
A=90-100, B=80-89, C=70-79, D=60-69, F=0-59
Projects/labs are graded on the following scale:
B = 85% (Good: it works but took awhile)
C = 75% (Acceptable: Mostly working or took very long to complete)
D = 50% (Unacceptable: At least you tried)
F = 0% (Didn't do the project/lab)
|Printing:||The curriculum for this class is located online at the
Cisco Networking Academy website,
and at HCC's Cisco website
Students WILL NOT print any part of the curriculum on any HCC printer for any reason.
Cisco does not want the curriculum printed out.|
The tests are taken in class - online at the Cisco test site. Tests are NEVER to be printed for any reason. Any printed tests will be considered as cheating and turned over to the Dean.
|Workbook assignments for this class consist of the vocabulary section in each chapter of
To get credit these must be done and turned in prior to the test for that chapter.
You can rip pages out of the workbook, you can copy the pages, you can type
the words and definitions, or you can turn in your workbook during the exam
(and I will grade and return them to you after the exam).
If you are not in class you cam mail the assignment to me.
To get credit it must be postmarked prior to the date of the class.
Do not email assignments. Send to:
Hillsborough Community College
4001 Tampa Bay Blvd.
Tampa, FL 33614
|Studying:||To prepare for class, you must study and understand the online curriculum.
Here are some general suggestions:
|Classes Begin:||Monday 1/8/2001|
|Add-Drop ends:||Tuesday 1/12/2001|
|Friday, 5/4/2001 (Last regularly scheduled class: Monday 4/30/2001)|
|No Class on:||1/15/01 (Dr. M. L. King Day), 2/19/01 (President's Day),
3/12/01-3/17/01 (Mid-term Break), 4/13/01-4/14/01 (Spring Break)|
|If, to participate in this course, you require
an accommodation due to a physical disability or learning impairment, you must contact the
Office of Services to Students with Disabilities, Dale Mabry Campus,
Student Services Building Room 208.
Voice Phone: (813) 259–6035, TTD: (813) 253-7035, FAX: (813) 253-7336.|
|1/8||Course introduction, Cisco certification overview.
Provide student accounts on Cisco's website.
Discuss the Threaded Case Study (TCS). Begin Review.|
Readings: Chapter 1
|1/15||No Class (Dr. Martin Luther King Day)|
|1/22||Review of Semesters 1, 2, and 3 (LAN Switching, VLANs, LAN Design,
Routing Protocols, IGRP, Access Lists, IPX Routing).|
Readings Due: Chapter 1 (Note there is no quiz for chapter 1 but vocabulary work is still due.)
|1/29||WANs (Technology and jargon overview, devices, encapsulation formats, link options)|
Readings Due: Chapter 2
|2/5||Quiz 2 (Covers Chapter 2 so I call it quiz 2, but note there is no quiz 1!)|
WANs (cont.), WAN Design. Begin TCS.
Readings Due: Chapter 3, (Workbook: pp. 118-126, 127-133)
|2/12||Quiz 3 (covers chapter 3)|
TCS (WAN Design)
|2/19||No Class (President's Day)|
|2/26||PPP: Overview, Frame fields, Session establishment, Authentication. TCS (PPP).|
Readings Due: Chapter 4
|3/5||Quiz 4 (Covers Chapter 4)|
Mid-Term Exam (Hands-on)
TCS (PPP cont.)
Readings Due: Chapter 4
|3/12||No Class (Mid-term Break)|
|3/19||ISDN: Overview (SPIDs, E, I, Q standards), Relationship to OSI Reference Model,
Uses, Services (BRI and PRI), configuration, DDR (Dial-on-Demand Routing).|
Readings Due: Chapter 5
|3/26||Quiz 5 (Covers Chapter 5)|
Readings Due: Chapter 5
|4/2||Frame Relay: Overview (DCLI, LMI, CIR,...), Cisco's LMI, LMI Features, Subinterfaces,
Configuring Basic Frame Relay. TCS (Frame Relay)|
Readings Due: Chapter 6
|4/9||Quiz 6 (Covers Chapter 6)|
Network Management: Overview, Admin, Network Monitoring (SNMP, RMON), Troubleshooting.
Readings Due: Chapter 7
|4/16||Quiz 7 (Covers Chapter 7)|
Network+ Certification Review: Basic networking knowledge, OSI Reference Model Layers, TCP/IP (concepts and utilities), Remote connectivity, Security, Network maintenance and support, Troubleshooting.
Readings Due: Chapter 8
|4/23||Quiz 8 (Covers Chapter 8)|
CCNA Exam Preparation: OSI Model, Subnets, Router commands.
Readings Due: Chapter 9
Quiz 9 (Covers Chapter 9)
On-line Final Exam
Class name: CET 2610 Day: Monday Time: 7:00PM Cisco Student Information Sheet Student Name: _______________________ Studend ID: _________________________ Phone (optional): ____________________ Email: _____________________________ Student Certification Statement I have read and understand all of the information contained in the syllabus, and agree to abide by the conditions of this course, especially the following areas (initial each area): _____ Test Policy _____ Honesty Policy _____ Attendance Policy _____ Grading Policy _____ Class Conduct _________________________________ Student Signature
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