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Cisco Systems Inc. 是全球最大的網路設備生產商,在世界各地設有120個以上的分支據點。Cisco的產品包括Switch (交換器)、LAN Router (區域網路由器)、WAN Router (廣域網路由器) 及IOS (Internetwork Operating System) 網路管理操作系統等。全球的大企業、銀行、大學和政府機構之網路設備,無一不採用 Cisco 的產品,因此,管理Cisco網路設備便成為一門專業的學問。 為了能證明你有專業水準來規劃高質素、具效率、可擴展的Cisco網路,Cisco推出其CCDA (Cisco Certified Design Associate,Cisco認可規劃夥伴) 國際認可考試。本中心的CCDA課程由 Franco Tsang 、 Vincent Ho 和 Norman Lau 籌備多時,精心編排。由上堂、溫習、考試研習、做試題至最後考試,均為你度身訂造,作出有系統的編排。務求真正教識你,又令你考試及格。

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為進一步加強本中心 Cisco 的課程質素,本中心投放大量資源購買 Cisco 器材,以供學員進行實習。以下是本中心擁有的 Cisco 器材 (種類繁多,未能盡錄):


CCDA: Cisco Router 800 Series (ISR) CCDA: Cisco Router 2500 Series
Cisco Router 800 Series (ISR)
Cisco Router 2500 Series

   
CCDA: Cisco Router 2600 Series CCDA: Cisco Router 2800 Series (ISR)
Cisco Router 2600 Series Cisco Router 2800 Series (ISR)
   
CCDA: Cisco Router 2900 Series (ISR) CCDA: Cisco Router 3600 Series
Cisco Router 2900 Series (ISR) Cisco Router 3600 Series
   
CCDA: Cisco Router 3800 Series (ISR) CCDA: Cisco Router 4000 Series 
Cisco Router 3800 Series (ISR)  Cisco Router 4000 Series
   
CCDA: Cisco Catalyst Switch 1900 Series CCDA: Cisco Catalyst Switch 2950 Series
 Cisco Catalyst Switch 1900 Series Cisco Catalyst Switch 2950 Series
   
CCDA: Cisco Catalyst Multilayer Switch 3550 Series CCDA: Cisco Catalyst Multilayer Switch 3560 Series
Cisco Catalyst Multilayer Switch 3550 Series Cisco Catalyst Multilayer Switch 3560 Series
   
CCDA: Cisco Catalyst Multilayer Switch 3560X Series CCDA: Cisco Catalyst Multilayer Switch 3560 Series

Cisco Catalyst Multilayer Switch 3560X Series

Cisco Catalyst Multilayer Switch 3750G Series
   
CCDA: Cisco Catalyst Multilayer Switch 3750X Series CCDA: Cisco Catalyst Multilayer Switch 5000 Series
Cisco Catalyst Multilayer Switch 3750X Series Cisco Catalyst Multilayer Switch 5000 Series
   
CCDA: Cisco PIX Firewall CCDA: Cisco LightStream 1010 ATM Switch
Cisco PIX Firewall Cisco LightStream 1010 ATM Switch
   
CCDA: Cisco ATM Module CCDA: Cisco FXS Voice Module
Cisco ATM Module Cisco FXS Voice Module 
   
CCDA: Cisco IP Phone 7911G CCDA: Cisco Wireless LAN Controller 2106
Cisco IP Phone 7911G Cisco Wireless LAN Controller 2106 
   
CCDA: Cisco Aironet Lightweight Access Point 1130AG CCDA: PSTN Simulator
Cisco Aironet Lightweight Access Point 1130AG PSTN Simulator
   
CCDA: ISDN Simulator CCDA: Cisco ASA 5505
ISDN Simulator Cisco ASA 5505
   
CCDA: Cisco ASA 5510 CCDA: Cisco Catalyst Multilayer Switch 3560 Series
Cisco ASA 5510 Cisco ASA 5512X
   
CCDA: Cisco IPS 4210  
Cisco IPS 4210  



1 Network Fundamentals
1.1 Topics covered in CCNA Routing and Switching
1.2 Network equipment
1.2.1 Repeaters / Hubs and 5-4-3 rule
1.2.2 Bridges / Switches
1.2.3 Routers
1.3 Collision domains and broadcast domains
1.3.1 Collision domains
1.3.2 Broadcast domains
1.4 IPv4 (Internet Protocol Version 4)
1.4.1 IPv4 header
1.4.2 TOS
1.4.3 IPv4 addressing
1.4.3.1 Class A to Class E addresses
1.4.3.1.1 Class A addresses
1.4.3.1.2 Class B addresses
1.4.3.1.3 Class C addresses
1.4.3.1.4 Class D addresses
1.4.3.1.5 Class E addresses
1.4.3.2 Basic subnetting
1.4.3.2.1 Formulae
1.4.3.2.2 Example
1.4.3.2.2.1 Calculate the required subnet mask
1.4.3.2.2.2 Assign IP based on the calculated subnet mask and subnet bits
1.4.3.3 VLSM
1.4.3.4 Route summarization
1.4.4 IANA and RIRs
1.4.4.1 IANA
1.5 Basic network services
1.5.1 IP address assignment
1.5.1.1 BOOTP
1.5.1.2 DHCP
1.5.1.3 DCHP Relay
1.5.2 NAT and PAT
1.5.2.1 Dynamic NAT
1.5.2.2 Dynamic NAT with overload / PAT
1.5.2.3 Static NAT
1.5.3 DNS
1.5.4 ARP
1.6 Multicast, CGMP, IGMP and IGMP Snooping
1.6.1 Multicast addresses
1.6.1.1 IP multicast addresses
1.6.1.2 Layer 2 multicast addresses
1.6.2 IGMP
1.6.3 CGMP
1.6.4 IGMP Snooping
1.7 Layer 2 technologies
1.7.1 VLAN
1.7.2 Trunk
1.7.2.1 DTP
1.7.3 VTP
1.7.3.1 VTP server mode
1.7.3.2 VTP client mode
1.7.3.3 VTP transparent mode
1.7.4 Spanning-tree protocol (STP)
1.7.4.1 Portfast
1.7.4.2 Root Guard
1.7.4.3 BPDU Guard
1.7.5 RSTP
1.7.6 FHRP
1.7.6.1 HSRP
1.7.6.2 VRRP
1.7.6.3 GLBP
1.7.7 EtherChannel
1.8 Routing protocols
1.8.1 General concepts of routing protocols
1.8.1.1 Static routing
1.8.1.2 Dynamic routing, IGP and EGP
1.8.1.3 AD (Administrative Distance) and floating static route
1.8.1.4 Metrics
1.8.1.5 Distance vector and link state routing protocols
1.8.1.5.1 Distance vector routing protocols
1.8.1.5.2 Link state routing protocols
1.8.2 ODR
1.8.3 RIP
1.8.3.1 Comparison between RIPv1 and RIPv2
1.8.4 EIGRP
1.8.4.1 General concepts of EIGRP
1.8.4.2 EIGRP default metric
1.8.4.3 DUAL calculation / computation in EIGRP
1.8.4.4 Unequal path / cost load balancing
1.8.5 OSPF
1.8.5.1 General concepts of OSPF
1.8.5.2 DR
1.8.5.3 Area concepts
1.8.5.4 ABR and ASBR
1.8.5.5 OSPF LSA types
1.8.5.6 Special OSPF area types
1.8.5.7 Redistribution / “Merge” OSPF and EIGRP
1.8.6 IS-IS / Integrated IS-IS
1.8.6.1 General concepts of IS-IS
1.8.6.2 Level 1 and Level 2 routing
1.8.6.3 Metric
1.8.6.4 NET
1.8.6.5 DR
1.8.7 BGP
1.8.7.1 General concepts of BGP
1.8.7.2 Peering
1.8.7.3 iBGP “rules”, route reflectors and confederations
1.8.7.3.1 Fully Mesh iBGP Peerings
1.8.7.3.2 Route reflectors
1.8.7.3.3 Confederations
1.9 IPv6 (Internet Protocol Version 6)
1.9.1 IPv6 addresses
1.9.2 IPv6 address types
1.9.3 Unicast addresses
1.9.3.1 Global Unicast Addresses
1.9.3.2 Link-Local Unicast Addresses
1.9.4 IPv4 and IPv6 transition strategies
1.9.4.1 IPv6 over dedicated WAN links
1.9.4.2 Dual-Stack Hosts
1.9.4.3 IPv6 over IPv4 tunnels
1.9.4.4 Protocol translation
1.9.5 Routing protocols supporting IPv6
1.10 Cable management
1.10.1 Gigabit Ethernet
1.10.1.1 Physical layer standards for Gigabit Ethernet
1.10.1.2 Fiber Optic / Optical Fiber
1.10.1.2.1 Single mode fiber
1.10.1.2.2 Multimode fiber
1.10.2 Cable management strategies
1.10.2.1 top-of-rack
1.10.2.1.1 Advantages
1.10.2.1.2 Disadvantages
1.10.2.2 end-of-row
1.10.2.2.1 Advantages
1.10.2.2.2 Disadvantages

2 Network Design Methodology
2.1 PPDIOO
2.1.1 Six phases in PPDIOO
2.1.1.1 Prepare
2.1.1.2 Plan
2.1.1.3 Design
2.1.1.4 Implement
2.1.1.5 Operate
2.1.1.6 Optimize
2.1.2 Design Methodology under PPDIOO
2.1.2.1 Identify network requirements
2.1.2.2 Characterizing network networks
2.1.2.3 Top-down and bottom-up approaches
2.1.2.3.1 Top-down Approach
2.1.2.3.2 Bottom-up Approach
2.2 SONA
2.2.1 SONA layers
2.2.1.1 Network Infrastructure Layer
2.2.1.2 Interactive Service Layer
2.2.1.3 Application Layer
2.3 Small office, Medium office and Large office design
2.3.1 Small office (branch) design
2.3.2 Medium office (branch) design
2.3.3 Large office (branch) design

3 Network Models
3.1 Hierarchical Network Model
3.1.1 Core layer
3.1.2 Distribution layer
3.1.3 Access Layer
3.1.4 Network virtualization: VSS
3.1.5 Network virtualization: VRF
3.1.6 Triangle and Square topologies (Layer 3)
3.2 Enterprise Composite Model
3.2.1 Campus design factors
3.2.2 Network application characteristics and considerations
3.2.2.1 Peer-peer
3.2.2.2 Client-local and 80/20 rule
3.2.2.3 Client-data center
3.2.3 Enterprise Composite Model modules
3.2.3.1 Enterprise Campus
3.2.3.2 Enterprise Edge
3.2.3.3 Service Provider Edge
3.3 Data Center Multi-Tier Design
3.3.1 DC Core
3.3.2 DC Aggregation
3.3.3 DC Access
3.3.4 Virtualization in data centers
3.3.5 vPC
3.3.5.1 VDC
3.3.5.2 Nexus 1000V and VN-link
3.3.5.3 UCS
3.3.5.4 OTV
3.3.6 FCoE

4 WAN Design
4.1 Common WAN technologies
4.1.1 Dialup
4.1.2 ISDN
4.1.2.1 ISDN BRI
4.1.2.2 ISDN PRI
4.1.3 Frame Relay
4.1.3.1 LMI
4.1.3.2 DE
4.1.4 TDM
4.1.5 SONET / SDH
4.1.6 MPLS
4.1.7 DSL
4.1.8 Long Reach Ethernet
4.1.9 Metro Ethernet
4.1.10 PON / Gigabit PON, WDM and IPoDWDM
4.1.11 Cable
4.2 QoS in WAN
4.2.1 Bandwidth optimization
4.2.2 QoS technologies
4.2.2.1 Traffic Shaping and Policing
4.2.2.2 FIFO
4.2.2.3 PQ
4.2.2.4 CQ
4.2.2.5 WFQ
4.2.2.6 CBWFQ
4.2.2.7 LLQ
4.2.2.8 CAR
4.2.2.9 RED and WRED
4.2.2.10 LFI
4.3 Common topologies in WAN
4.3.1 Hub and Spoke
4.3.2 Partially Mesh
4.3.3 Fully Mesh
4.4 WAN Backup Design
4.4.1 Dial backup
4.4.2 Secondary WAN links
4.4.3 Backup over Internet
4.5 Branch Design
4.5.1 Single-tier design
4.5.2 Dual-tier design
4.5.3 Multi-tier design
4.5.4 Teleworker design

5 Security Design
5.1 General security concepts
5.1.1 Common security threats
5.1.2 Network security management
5.1.2.1 Risk assessments
5.1.2.2 Security policies
5.1.2.3 Identity management
5.2 AAA
5.2.1 Authentication
5.2.2 Authorization
5.2.3 Accounting
5.3 Encryption algorithms
5.4 Hash algorithms
5.5 Security connectivity and VPNs
5.5.1 AH and ESP
5.5.2 Site-to-site IPsec VPN
5.5.3 EZVPN
5.5.4 DMVPN
5.5.5 GET VPN
5.5.6 SSL VPN
5.6 Trust and identity management
5.6.1 ACL
5.6.2 Firewalls
5.6.3 NAC
5.6.4 IBNS and IEEE 802.1X
5.7 Intrusion detection and intrusion prevention
5.7.1 NIDS
5.7.2 NIPS
5.7.3 HIDS and CSA
5.7.4 CPU and memory monitoring
5.8 Cisco ASA
5.9 uRPF
5.9.1 Strict mode
5.9.2 Loose mode

6 Voice / Collaboration Design
6.1 Classic telephony design
6.1.1 Components of a telephony network
6.1.1.1 Edge devices
6.1.1.2 Local loop
6.1.2 Call signalling
6.1.2.1 Supervisory signalling
6.1.2.2 Informational signalling
6.1.3 Multiplexing
6.2 VoIP Design
6.2.1 Components of a VoIP infrastructure
6.2.2 IP Telephony / VoIP Design Models
6.2.2.1 Single-site
6.2.2.2 Multisite WAN with Centralized Call Processing
6.2.2.3 Multisite WAN with Distributed Call Processing
6.2.3 Voice and video standards (H.323)
6.2.3.1 H.323
6.2.3.1.1 H.225
6.2.3.1.2 H.245
6.2.3.1.3 H.323 components
6.2.3.2 SCCP
6.2.4 Call controls
6.2.5 Digital interfaces
6.2.5.1 T1
6.2.5.2 E1
6.2.5.3 BRI
6.2.5.4 FXS
6.2.6 Erlangs
6.2.7 Codec
6.2.7.1 G.711
6.2.7.2 G.726
6.2.7.3 G.728
6.2.7.4 G.729
6.2.7.5 G.723
6.2.8 Voice packet structure
6.2.9 RTP
6.2.10 Data link overhead
6.2.11 VAD
6.2.12 Dial peers
6.2.13 Bandwidth calculation
6.2.14 Delay in VoIP networks
6.2.15 QoS in VoIP networks
6.2.16 CoS 3 and CoS 5
6.3 Medianet Architecture
6.3.1 Architectural framework of a Medianet

7 Wireless Design
7.1 General terminologies in wireless design
7.1.1 Service Set Identifier (SSID)
7.1.2 WLAN Security
7.1.3 Cisco Unified Wireless Network
7.2 Wireless operations
7.2.1 Lightweight Access Points
7.2.2 Wireless LAN Controllers (WLC)
7.2.3 LWAPP (Lightweight Access Point Protocol)
7.2.3.1 Layer 2 LWAPP
7.2.3.2 Layer 3 LWAPP
7.2.4 CAPWAP (Control And Provisioning of Wireless Access Points)
7.2.5 H-Reap
7.2.6 WLC Components
7.3 WLC Redundancy
7.3.1 N + 1 redundancy
7.3.2 N + N Redundancy
7.3.3 N + N + 1 Redundancy
7.4 Roaming
7.4.1 Intracontroller roaming
7.4.2 Layer 2 intercontroller roaming
7.4.3 Layer 3 intercontroller roaming
7.4.4 Guess access with EoIP Tunnel
7.5 Outdoor wireless
7.6 Site survey
7.6.1 Passive survey
7.6.2 Active survey
7.6.3 Predictive survey

8 Network management design
8.1 CDP
8.1.1 CDPv2
8.2 LLDP
8.3 Syslog
8.4 NetFlow
8.5 SNMP
8.5.1 MIB
8.5.2 SNMP versions and messages
8.6 RMON / RMON2
8.7 NTP
8.7.1 NTP modes
8.7.2 Stratum
8.7.3 NTP Authentication

9 Miscellaneous topics
9.1 More about IPv6
9.1.1 Neighbor Discovery
9.1.2 IPv6 MTU Discovery
9.1.3 Router Advertisement and Stateless Address Autoconfiguration
9.1.4 DHCPv6
9.1.4.1 Stateless DHCPv6
9.1.4.2 Stateful DHCPv6
9.1.5 NAT64
9.1.5.1 Stateless NAT64
9.1.5.2 Stateful NAT64
9.1.6 IPv6 deployment models
9.1.6.1 Dual-stack model (DSM)
9.1.6.2 Hybrid model (HM)
9.1.6.3 Service block model (SBM)
9.2 BYOD
9.2.1 Cisco ISE (Cisco Identity Services Engine)
9.3 Cisco CWS (Cisco Cloud Web Security)
9.4 WAAS (Wide Area Application Services)
9.5 Prevent routing loop between IGPs
9.6 FCAPS

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