The importance of Cisco certification has been growing. With more and more networking professionals coming up, Cisco security certification in Texas is the foremost in demand. Tiger Lab experts present a five-point guide to help candidates make their way to Cisco certification.
1. Fundamentals of networking
First and foremost, candidates should have a firm grasp on the network fundamentals. It is the first module which includes TCP/IP protocols, firewalls and other network topologies.
Our trainers pay special attention to strengthening candidates’ knowledge on networking fundamentals which, besides the aforementioned, include IPv4 and IPv6 address types.
2. LAN switching technologies
The module consists of the various kinds of switching techniques. Our trainers primarily focus on configuring, verifying and troubleshooting VLANs, inter-switch connectivity and STP protocols.
Tiger Lab attends to Ether Channel, too, which gathers several Ethernet links to create one final Ethernet link for establishing speedy links between switches, servers and routers.
3. Routing fundamentals
Our experts provide training on the types of routing and the routing protocols.
Static routing occurs when a router uses a manually-configured routing entry. Dynamic routing, also known as adaptive routing, occurs when a router conveys data through a different route.
4. WAN technologies
WAN technologies constitute a significant aspect of Cisco networking certification in Texas. The subject primarily includes an elaborate study of the configuration and verification of PPP and MLPPP on WAN interfaces. It also includes client interfaces using local authentication.
Moreover, the topic covers WAN connectivity alternatives and QoS concepts. The latter, however, includes no more than the mere basics.
5. Infrastructure services, security, management
The module of infrastructure services covers DNS lookup operation, troubleshooting connectivity disruptions, HSRP, configuring and verifying DHCP on routers.
Our trainers pay special attention to the module of infrastructure security which includes port security, configuring and verifying IPv4 and IPv6 access, fundamental ACLs, configuration and verification of device hardening.
Infrastructure management primarily involves device maintenance, configuration and verification of device monitoring tools etc.
With the ever-growing competition in the networking industry, the significance of Cisco certification cannot be undermined. The topics mentioned above constitute the core of Cisco security certification. At Tiger Lab, trainers maximize their attention on each topic, pursue an open-ended discourse with students and nurture a robust foundation in networking, keeping in mind the urgencies of the hour.10th March, 2020 posted by Tiger-Lab