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Title: CISCO-Solaris Certification Courses


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CISCO-Solaris Certification Courses

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Career Certification Initiative
  • The world of networking and systems
    administration is a highly competitive arena that
    continues to grow in complexity as technology
    evolves. With this growth, the demand for highly
    trained experts increases daily.
  • The benefits of Certification are
  • Certification provides a standard, tangible way
    of measuring technical skills.
  • provide job advancement opportunities.
  • Certification provides worldwide third party
    validation of your skills.

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Targeted Audience
  • Who should take the certification exams
  • Experts(E) People who have sufficient experience
    in maintenance and administration of
    networks(3-5years) or people who have a thorough
    knowledge in all the prerequisites for the
    course.
  • Proficient(P) People who have basic knowledge of
    networks and system administration.
  • Novices(N) People with little or no programming
    and networking background.

4
Why offer courses at ODU
  • Vendor courses On an average each course is 5
    days long
  • (8 hrs./day).
  • Corporations are reluctant to sponsor their
    employees for the courses since the fee is
    astronomical.
  • ODU Offer similar courses, at a much lower cost.
  • Courses are of longer duration
  • (1 - Semester) and hence students have the
    opportunity to gain more exposure and hands-on
    lab experience.

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How much do Certified Professionals Earn?
  • How much does it Pay ?
  • With less than 3,000 graduates in Cisco
    Certification programs history, it is no wonder
    that CCIEs (Cisco Certified Internetwork
    Engineer) command starting salaries of at around
    80,000 to 90,000 pa.
  • Because of the high demand and high standards set
    by Sun Certification courses, sun certified
    Administrators demand starting salaries of around
    90,000.

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Network Administration Certification Courses
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Path to Certification Courses
CS250 (Novice) Object oriented programming in C
CS455/CS555 (Novice) Intro to Networks and
communication
CS471 Operating Systems
CS454/CS554 (Proficient) Networks and System
management
Cisco Certification Level I Exam CCNA, CCDP, CCNA
Solaris Certification Level I Exam
Enterprise Networks (Expert)
Cisco Certification Level II Exam CCDP, CCNA(WAN)
Advanced Network Configuration
Solaris System Administration
Cisco Certification Level III Exam CCIE,
CCNP(WAN), CCDP(WAN)
Solaris Certification Level II Exam
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Introduction To Networks And Data
Communications(CS 455/555 3 Credits)
  • Course Emphasis
  • Introduction to various elements of a network.
  • Course Outline
  • Introduction --- OSI, TCP/IP, and other models.
  • Physical Layer --- hardware survey, signals,
    switching, multiplexing, errors, etc.
  • Data Link Layer --- DL control
  • Media Access --- IEEE 802 series LAN standards,
    FDDI, etc.
  • Network Layer --- routing, WAN's,
    Internetworking, IP
  • Transport Protocols --- transport layer services,
    TCP
  • Frame Relay and Asynchronous Transfer Mode
  • Security --- encryption, firewalls
  • Other Topics as time permits --- data
    compression, Application Layer, ISDN, etc.

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Network And Systems Management(CS 454/554 3
Credits)
  • Course Emphasis
  • Design, Configuration and Management of various
    networks.
  • Course Outline
  • Introduction to Internetwork design through case
    studies of campus designs.
  • Perform a needs analysis as part of a network
    design project, identifying key technical,
    business, and administrative issues that form the
    foundation of the design.
  • Use the available Cisco hardware and software
    products to develop a complete internetwork
    design solutions.
  • Gain complete understanding of IP addresses,
    subnet masks, VLSMs.
  • Install and configure a Solaris OS Server and an
    NT Server.
  • Configure DNS, network servers, sendmail and
    samba.
  • Identify security pitfalls and configure a secure
    environment.
  • Design WAN components and SNMP agents.
  • Topics on ATM LAN Emulation

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Enterprise Networks (Proposed 3 Credits Course)
  • Course Emphasis Design and management of a WAN
    switched Network.
  • Course Outline
  • Design, configure, monitor, and troubleshoot
    Cisco ISDN and remote access products.
  • Design, configure, operate, and troubleshoot
    complex routed LAN WAN,
  • Switched LAN and ATM LANE networks, and Dial
    Access services.
  • Use packet/frame analysis and Cisco debugging
    tools.
  • Serial, T1/E1/J1-Y1, DS3, E3, and OC-3c
    transmission.
  • Digital, voice, Frame Relay, ATM technical
    concepts, WAN and voice networks.
  • Design Configure, upgrade, and replace Cisco
    StrataCom BPX, IGX, and AXIS products.
  • Configuration of the switches and services
    available in a BPX network running system
    software release 8.5 and MGX running Release 4.0
    firmware.
  • Design, configure, operate, manage, and verify
    Cisco WAN switches using StrataView Plus (SV)
    application software.

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Advanced Network Configuration (Proposed 3
Credits Course)
  • Course Emphasis
  • Specialization in the following areas.
  • Course outline
  • Security- Cisco security solutions.
  • Voice Access - Data-Voice integration solutions.
  • Network Management - net-work management
    solutions for multilayer networks.
  • SNA/IP Network Management.
  • LAN ATM.

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Solaris Systems Administration Certification
Courses
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Pre-requisite Courses( 3 Credits )
  • CS250 - Object Oriented Programming in C
  • Course Outline
  • Introduction to problem solving techniques in C
  • Introduction to Unix operating system
  • CS471 - Operating Systems
  • Course Outline
  • Nachos operating system
  • Threads and Synchronization
  • Implementation of system calls
  • Implementation of multiprogramming

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Solaris Systems Administration (Proposed 3
Credits Course)
  • Course Emphasis
  • Management and troubleshooting of Sun stations in
    a networked environment.
  • Course Description The Solaris 7 Network
    Environment, network devices.
  • Manage Patches.
  • The Boot PROM
  • Device Administration.
  • Introduction to File Systems, Disk Management
  • Cache FS File Systems and Web NFS
  • Administration and Configuration of CDE
  • Virtual Volume Management.
  • Auto-installation.

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Time Line for ODU course offerings
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