CISCO Training

Cisco is a global leader in providing network equipment and services, with many companies large and small using their network equipment and software.

Understanding information specific to Cisco networks is a tremendous advantage when looking for a job, since so many companies are using these products and services. General network knowledge is valuable, of course, but specific knowledge of Cisco products with its wide variety of network tools and options can be a strong selling point for IT job seekers.

Cisco certifications require learning and applying a large amount of information, and while some IT professionals can pass the certification exam after a time of self-study, most professionals do better learning the material with a trained instructor and a classroom environment that gives them study partners and interactive experiences.

Fibertrain offers various Cisco courses that train students in the information and skills they need to pass both the CCNA  certification and CCNP certification exams and advance their IT careers.


CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) Routing and Switching

Strategy: Our courses are purely practical using Cisco 2690,3750 Switches and 1841,2800 routers. Students will get hands-on experience by applying the knowledge and commands learned in a real network with cisco equipment.

Course Code: 200-125
Course Duration: 4 weeks
CCNA Course Objectives: At the end of this course students should be able to explain
a. Explain network technologies and Tcp/Ip network layer model
b. Design, implement and troubleshoot Lan and Vlan
c. Use Cisco Ios commands for switches and routers configuration

Course Overview:
Networking fundamentals
Binary, decimal numbering and IP subnetting
TCP/IP and the OSI model
Introduction to the Cisco IOS
Configuring Cisco routers and switches
Network discovery and management using CDP, Telnet, SSH, TFTP
Spanning Tree Protocol basics
VLANs and switching trunks
Configuration, verification and troubleshooting of static route
Configuration, verification and troubleshooting RIP, OSPF and EIGRP routing protocols
Understanding and configuring Access control  lists
Configuring NAT and PAT
Configuration of IPv6
Understanding & Configuring FHRP
Understanding Virtual Private Network (VPN)
WAN protocols (Frame Relay and PPP)



The Cisco Certified Design Associate course is designed for network administrators who need to advance their knowledge in order to design networks for campuses and data centers. The training covers voice and wireless networks as well as network security.

Course Code: 200-310
Course Duration: 3 weeks

CCNA Design Course Overview:

1. Applying methodology to network design
2. Structuring and modularizing the network
3. Designing basic Campus and data centre networks
4. Designing remote connectivity
5. Designing IP addressing and selecting routing protocols
6. Evaluating security solutions for the network
7. Identifying Voice networking considerations
8. Identifying wireless networking considerations
9. Implementing and operating the network


CCNA SECURITY (Implementing Cisco Network Security IINS)

This course allows students to understand common security concepts, and deploy basic security techniques in Cisco LAN switches, routers and  security appliances (ASA firewall) within a “real-life” network infrastructure.

Course Code: 210-260
Course Duration: 4 weeks

Course Overview:
Part 1
Fundamentals of network security
Networking security concepts
Understanding security policies using a life-cycle approach
Building a security strategy
Part 2
Protecting the network infrastructure
Network foundation protections
Using Cisco configuration professional to protect the network infrastructure
Securing the management plane in Cisco ios devices
Implementing AAA using ios and radius server
Securing layer2 technologies
Part 3
Mitigating and controlling threats
Planning a threat control strategy
Using access control list for threat mitigation
Understanding firewall fundamentals
Implementing Cisco ios zone-based firewall
Configuring basic firewall policies on Cisco ASA
Cisco IPS/IDS fundamentals
Part 4
Using VPN for secure connectivity
Fundamentals of VPN technology
Fundamentals of public key infrastructure
Fundamentals IP security
Implementing IPSec site-to-site VPN
Implementing ssl VPN using Cisco ASA


CCNA WIRELESS (Implementing Cisco Wireless Network Fundamentals) WIFUND

This course will provide students with information and practice activities to prepare them to assist in the designing, installing, configuring, monitoring and conduct basic troubleshooting tasks of a Cisco WLAN in SMB and Enterprise installations.

Course Code: 200-355
Course Duration: 4 weeks

Course Outline:
Configure the Wired Infrastructure
Configure the Centralized WLN Deployment
Configure IPv6 Operation in a Centralized WLAN Deployment
Configure Security in a Centralized WLAN Deployment
Configure Guest Access Using the Anchor WLC
Deploy a Converged Access WLAN
Configure Security on a Converged WLAN Deployment
Initialize an Autonomous WLAN Deployment
Configure Security on an Autonomous AP WLAN Deployment
Configure Security on a Cloud WLAN Deployment
Perform Centralized Controller Maintenance
Perform Wi-Fi Scanning
Perform a Predictive WLAN Design
Perform Passive Site Survey Analysis.


CCNP (Cisco Certified Network Professional) TRAINING

As enterprises migrate toward controller-based architectures, the role and skills of a core network engineer are evolving more than ever. To prepare for this network transition, the CCNP routing and switching will not only prepare you with knowledge of intermediate technologies, but ensure you stay relevant with skill sets needed to install, configure and troubleshoot enterprise switched and routed networks.



Course Code: 300-101
Course Duration: 4 weeks

Course Overview:
1. Implement an Eigrp based solution
2. Implement a multi-area Ospf network
3. Implement an eBGP based solution
4. Implement an IPV6 based solution
5. Implement an IPV4 and IPV6 based redistribution solution
6. Implementing layer3 path control solution



Course Code: 300-115
Course Duration: 4 weeks

Course Overview:
1. Implementing VLAN based solution
2. Implementing a security extension of a layer2 solution
3. Implementing switch based layer3 services
4. Prepare infrastructure to support advanced services
5. Implementing high availability solution



Course Code: 300-115
Course Duration: 4 weeks

Course Overview:
1. Maintaining and monitoring network performance
2. Troubleshooting multi-Protocol system networks