• The abbreviation CCNA stands for Cisco Certified Network Associate. It’s a kind of certification required to make a career in networking field. One who is CCNA certified, can install and easily configure routers and switches in a network. He/she can also implement WAN connectivity to make a connection between two remote offices. The CCNA certification covers RIP, OSPF and EIGRP topics.

    Essential requirement –

    There is no requirement to obtain CCNA certification.

    How to prepare?

    eEdusolutions is the best training institute to provide CCNA training in Chandigarh. We have the best team of faculties who have their own CCNA, CCNP Voice and CCNP Security. eEdusolutions also provide relevant books to students containing all the topics required to cover CISCO.

    Topics to be covered under CCNA certification –

    Introduction to OSI Model

    • Basics of IP addressing
    • Describe each layer function
    • Cisco Hierarchical Model
    • Cisco Router Hardware & Basic Router Administration

    Introduction to Cisco Router Hardware

    • Cisco Router Interfaces & Modules
    • Cisco Router CLI Basic Commands
    • Configuring Routers using SDM

    Cisco Router IOS Management

    • Router Boot Sequence
    • Accessing Cisco Router over the Network
    • Backup & Restore Cisco IOS
    • Cisco Discovery Protocol
    • Backup & Restore Configuration files
    • Router Connectivity & Troubleshooting

    Introduction TCP/IP Protocol & Subnetting

    • TCP/IP & DoD Reference Model
    • Subnetting, VLSM Design & Summarization
    • IP Addressing
    • Troubleshooting IP Addressing

    IP Routing

    • Configuring Static & Default Routing
    • Configuring EIGRP Routing Protocol
    • Configuring RIP Routing Protocol
    • Configuring OSPF Routing Protocol

    Configuration of Cisco Switches

    • Introduction to Cisco Catalyst Switches
    • Avoiding Loops with Spanning Tree
    • Basics Concepts of LAN Switching
    • Rapid Spanning-Tree Protocol
    • Cisco Switch Basic Commands
    • Implement Port Security on Switches

    Implementing Virtual LANs (VLANs)

    • Introduction to VLANs
    • Frame Tagging Methods
    • Configuring VLAN
    • Configuring VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP)
    • Assigning VLAN memberships
    • Inter VLAN routing
    • Implementing Trunk Ports
    • Configuring Cisco Switches Using CNA
    • Voice VLAN & QOS
    • Ether Channel Configuration

    Network Security

    • Introduction to Network security
    • Standard & Extended ACL
    • Types of Security Threats
    • Advanced ACL (Named, Switch Port,
    • Configuring Access Lists (ACL)
    • Time-Based ACLs)
    • Network Address Translation (NAT)
    • Need for NAT
    • Configuring Static NAT
    • Configuring Dynamic NAT & PAT
    • Cisco Wireless Technologies
    • Introduction to Wireless Technologies & Standards
    • Wireless Service Sets
    • Wireless Security
    • Configuring Wireless Internetwork

    Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6)

    • Introduction to IPV6 Addressing
    • Configuring IPV6 Routing Protocols
    • Configuring IPV6 In Cisco Routers
    • Using IPV6 in IPV4 Networks


    • Introduction to WAN Networks
    • Implementing Frame-Relay WAN Network
    • WAN Encapsulation types
    • Introduction to DSL Technologies (ADSL,SDSL) & VPN
    • Introduction to Frame-Relay Technologies
    • Configuring IPSEC site-site VPN using SDM
    • WAN Connectivity using serial dedicated networks
    • Configuring Leased Line & Radio Modems