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Title: CCNA Training in Chandigarh (7)

CCNA Training in Chandigarh
  • CBitss Technologies

Cisco networking skills and prepare for next
generation network transformation
  • The role and skills required of a core network
    engineer are evolving significantly as enterprise
    networks encounter increased business demands and
    technology advancements. To meet these
    challenges, skilled IT professionals are needed
    with up-to-date, networking skills. For
    individuals looking to build and validate Cisco
    networking fundamentals, the Cisco CCNA Routing
    and Switching certification focuses on
    foundational IP networking skills required to
    deploy, operate and troubleshoot network layers

Key topics include
  • Awareness of programmable network (SDN)
  • Expanded VPN topics to include DMVPN,
    site-to-site VPN, and client VPN technologies
  • Increased focus on IPv6 routing protocols,
    configuration, and knowledge
  • Understanding of cloud resources deployed in
    enterprise network architectures
  • Knowledge of QoS concepts

Internetworking Models
  • As the importance of computers grew, vendors
    recognized the need for networking them. They
    created various protocols whose specifications
    were not made public. Hence each vendor had
    different ways of networking computers and these
    ways were not compatible to each other. This
    means that computers of one vendor could not be
    networked with another vendors computers. Slowly
    these specifications were made public and some
    inter-vendor compatibility was created but this
    still represented too many complications. In 1977
    the International Organization for
    Standardization (ISO) started working on an open
    standard networking model that all vendors would
    support to promote interoperability. This
    standard was published in 1984 and was known as
    the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI). During
    the same time period (1973 to 1985) another
    effort by the Defense Advanced Research Projects
    Agency was underway to create an open standard
    network model. This network model came to be
    known as the TCP/IP Model. By 1985, the TCP/IP
    model started gaining more prominence and support
    from vendors and eventually replaced the OSI

CBitss Technologies SCO 23-24- 25, Level 3, Near
Passport office, Sector 34 A, Chandigarh. Contact
Us- 9914641983
Website http//
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