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Cisco 2nd Semester

CEN 1610
Cisco Router Technology
Cisco Semester 2
Spring 09 Mon & Wed 7 - 9:45pm

 Instructor: Edwin A. Sloan, Jr.
 E-mail Address: esloan@hccfl.edu
 Office & Phone: Tech-401 ( 253-7410)
 Office Hours:  By appointment during summer, but in office usually by 4 on class day
 Textbook                                             
Routing Protocols and Concepts: CCNAExploration Companion Guide
Published by: Cisco Press
Binding: Hard Cover
ISBN:1-58713-206-0
Routing Protocols and Concepts CCNA ExplorationLabs and Study Guide
Published by: Cisco Press
Binding: Paper cover
ISBN: 1-58713-204-4

Description:
This course is designed to prepare a student to apply and understand the basics of networking hardware.  The course covers beginning router configurations; routed and routing protocols; and introduction to LAN switching.  This is the second of a four-part series to prepare students for the Cisco Certified Networking Associate examination. The first part of this course is covered in CGS 1550 (Cisco).


COURSE OBJECTIVES
After completing this course, he student will be able to:

Examine router elements (RAM, ROM, CDP, show)
Manage configuration files from the privileged exec mode
Identify the functions performed by ICMP
Control router passwords, identification, and banner
Identify the main Cisco IOS commands for router startup
Check an initial configuration using the setup command
Log in to a router in both user and privileged modes
Use the context-sensitive help facility
Use the command history and editing features
List the commands to load Cisco IOS software from: flash memory, a TFTP server, or ROM
Prepare to backup, upgrade, and load a backup Cisco IOS software image
Identify the parts in specific protocol address examples
List problems that each routing type encounters when dealing with topology changes and describe techniques to reduce the number of these problems
Configure verify IP addresses
Prepare the initial configuration of your router and enable IP
Add the RIP and IGRP routing protocol to your configuration

                  Prerequisite: CGS 1550 Intro to Networking (Cisco).

Grading:
11 Quizzes
40%
Final Exam
25% *
Final - Hands - on
20% *
Voucher Exam
Not required.
Workbook & Labs
 15% *
Total
100%

Grading Scale:

A: 90-100  
B: 80-89   
C: 70-79
D: 66-69   
F: 0-65

                             (Or you can elect to Audit the class during the add/drop period.)

You must follow the academic honesty policy for HCC.
Attendance:
When class starts at - students are expected to be in class on time.  Attendance will be taken in every class at 5 minutes after the start of class, after 6 absents and/or lateness, the student will lose 2 points off the final grade for each occurrence.
Any exceptions to the above attendance policy must be cleared in advance with the Instructor. All exceptions are at the discretion of the Instructor.

Facilities:
All computers in the classroom, and in the Open Computer Lab, are connected to the Internet. All of the coursework can be completed on any computer available to the student that supports Internet Explorer 5.0 (or higher). There are computers you can use in our library, in the public library, and on the other HCC campuses.

Student will need headphones to hear videos in the Cisco Curriculum if you plan to use a HCC computer.  

Disabled Students:
Students that require special academic accommodations must submit documentation of their disability and specific needs to a campus Coordinator of Services for Students with Disabilities.

CGS 1610 - SPRING 09
Subject to Change as Class Progresses

Date
Class Activity
Other Assignments

Mar 9 - Monday


Ch 1 Introduction to Routing and Packet Forwarding


Mar 11 - Wed


Ch 2  Static Routing

Hands on Router Lab

Packet Tracer
2.1.3
2.2.3
2.3.1
2.3.2
2.3.3
2.3.4
2.6.2


Mar 16 - Mon


Spring Break - No Class



Mar 18 - Wed


Spring Break - No Class

Mar 23 - Mon


Ch 3 Intro to Dynamic Routing Protocols
Router Work

Packet Tracer
3.2.2
3.4.4
3.5.2

Mar 25 - Wed


Ch 4 Distance Vector Routing Protocols
Router Work


Mar 30 - Mon


Ch 5 RIP Version 1
Router Work


Apr 1 - Wed


Ch 6 VLSM and CIDR
Router Work


Apr 6 - Mon


Ch 7 RIP  v2
Router Work


Apr 8 - Wed


Ch 8  Routing Table: A Closer Look
Router Work


Apr 13 - Mon


Ch 9 EIGRP
Router Work


Apr 15 - Wed


Ch 10 Link-State Routing Protocols
Router Work


Apr 20 - Mon


Ch 11 OSPF
Router Work


Apr 22 - Wed


Hands On Router Configuration Test

Apr 27 - Mon


Hands on Router Configuration Test
Final Review


Apr 29 - Wed


Final - In Class