Cisco 640-864: CCDA Cisco Certified Design Associate

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Description

This exam requires a foundation or apprentice knowledge of network design for the Cisco converged networks based on borderless network architecture. CCDA certified professionals can design routed and switched network infrastructures and services involving LAN, WAN, wireless, and broadband access for businesses and organizations.

Outline

MOD 01 Methodologies Used To Design A Network

1.1 Intro

1.2 Developing Business Trends

1.3 P.P.D.I.O.O.­ Part 1

1.4 P.P.D.I.O.O.­ Part 2

1.5 3 Layer Campus Design

1.6 Modular Network Design

1.7 Cisco Eight Step Design Methodology

1.8 Cisco IIN

MOD 02 Network Structure and Modularity

2.1 Network Design Fundamentals

2.2 Design Methods And Methodologies­ Part 1

2.3 Design Methods And Methodologies­ Part 2

2.4 Enterprise Campus Design

MOD 03 Basic Enterprise Campus Networks

3.1 Campus Design Considerations­ Part 1

3.2 Campus Design Considerations­ Part 2

3.3 Cisco SONA

MOD 04 Enterprise Edge And Remote Network Modules

4.1 WAN Technologies And VPN­ Part 1

4.2 WAN Technologies And VPN­ Part 2

4.3 WAN Technologies­ Part 1

4.4 WAN Technologies­ Part 2

4.5 VPN Technologies­ Part 1

4.6 VPN Technologies­ Part 2

4.7 VPN Technologies­ Part 3

MOD 05 IP Addressing And Routing Protocols

5.1 Routing Protocol Operation And Design­ Part 1

5.2 Routing Protocol Operation And Design­ Part 2

5.3 Routing Protocol Operation And Design­ Part 3

5.4 OSPF­ Part 1

5.5 OSPF­ Part 2

5.6 EIGRP­ Part 1

5.7 EIGRP­ Part 2

MOD 06 Enterprise Switching

6.1 Virtual LANS And Trunks

6.2 Inter­VLAN Routing­ Part 1

6.3 Inter­VLAN Routing­ Part 2

6.4 Enterprise Switch Features And Design

6.5 Multilayer Switches In Campus Networks

6.6 Enterprise VLAN Design Best Practices

MOD 07 Switch Macros

7.1 Switch Macros

7.2 PVLAN Port Types

7.3 Ether Channel

MOD 08 IP Concepts & Designs

8.1 IPv4

8.2 Introducing Classless Inter­domain Routing

8.3 Subnetting­ Part 1

8.4 Subnetting­ Part 2

8.5 Subnetting­ Part 3

8.6 IPv6