Online CCNA Training in dubai
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CCNA Training in Dubai

Learn networking foundations and advanced topics through our Online CCNA Training in dubai and hone your abilities through simulations and hands-on practice.

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CCNA Course Dubai

Online CCNA Course and the Beginning Dubai

We have proudly trained over 2500 CCNAs in the UAE, and over 2000 positions on Seek Demand Cisco expertise.

We have over 22 years of teaching experience. The average network engineer’s pay is AED 95,000. The CCNA certification is recognized internationally.

Dubai’s Top CCNA Training Center

CCNA training and certification are offered in Dubai by NlpTech Training Center. For entry-level network engineers, the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Routing and Switching certification program will help you get the most out of your investment in fundamental networking knowledge and raise the value of the network at your workplace.

A networking expert who holds a CCNA certification has been trained to install and configure Cisco switches and routers using LAN and WAN interfaces in multiprotocol internetworks. Stay tuned for more information on the CCNA course training in Dubai and the very priced CCNA course costs at the NlpTech center. Call 058 10 36887 right away to enroll in CCNA classes in Dubai.

Notably, we can also offer all international students lodging and visa processing.

Course Outline for the CCNA Program:

Networking Essential Network and Network Types

Network Typologies’s Characteristics Concepts

Hardware for the network

Common Threats, the OSI Reference Model, the Transport Layer of the TCP/IP stack, and TCP/UDP headers

Windowing, packet delivery, Ethernet Frame Data Link Layer Network Cabling, and 3 Way handshake


Switching IP Addresses & Ports

Switch Operation, Bootup Procedure, and Features

Basic Switch Configuration

Port Safety

Introduction and VLAN and Trunk configuration

VTP Pruning, VLAN Trucking Protocol

Inter Vlan Routing (Multilayer Switch)

Inter Vlan Routing (Router on a Stick)

A Brief Introduction to STP Implementing 802.1W Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol Switch Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting iOS VLAN Upgrade/Downgrade

Cisco Switches Password Reset TFTP Server Backup of iOS & Configuration


How Routers Work, How They Boot Up, and Their Features

Static Routing & Default-Route VLSM (Variable Length Subnet Mask) for IPV4 Subnetting

Routing Protocol (RIP)

Death to Loops and Prevention

Supernetting OR Route Aggregation

OSPF Routing Protocol Overview

Areas, ABR, and OSPF Configuration and Troubleshooting OSPF IPV3 and OSPF IPV6

EIGRP Routing Protocol Introduction and Configuration

Troubleshooting EIGRP and OSPF BGP Routing Protocol Routers

Reset Password on Cisco Routers WAN Infrastructure WAN Upgrade/Downgrade iOS Backup of iOS & Configuration Through TFTP Server Introduction

(Cisco-owned) Default HDLC Encapsulation

Introduction and PPP Configuration

Introduction and Configuration of MPLS Tunnel GRE

Introduction to the DMVPN Access Control List Access Control List Type

Setting up the Standard ACL

Setting up Extended ACL

Setting Up Name & Numbered IPV4 Services QC & ACL

Basics of Wireless LAN Analysis of Cisco Wireless Architecture

Wireless Network Security, EAP, 802 1x, PEAP, and EAP-TLS

Configuring Cisco Network Address Translation (NAT) and wireless networking

EtherChannel HSRP, GLBP, VRRP, and FHRP

NMS and Network Management Protocol Fundamentals

NetFlow VTP, VLAN, STP, stacking, chassis aggregation, and VSS Quality of Services (QoS) along with SNMP Version 3

Cloud Computing SLAAC (Stateless Address Auto Configuration), HSRP, and IPV4 Revision

Network Defined by Software

The Cisco 15.x Universal Operating System is licensed by Cisco IOS and was just released.

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