Cisco CCNA 200-301 Online Course

£ 256.64

The Cisco CCNA Online Course is delivered through our online portal and is designed to cover the routing & switching 200-301 exam syllabus.

Gain the Cisco Certified Network Technician Qualification

The Cisco CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) 200-301 Online Course covers the latest CCNA exam curriculum. Cisco CCNA is a globally recognised, foundation level certification that provides foundational knowledge for all support technicians involved in the basic installation, operation, and verification of Cisco networks.

CCNA Certification can help prove your skills and validate a broad range of fundamentals for all IT careers. It’s suitable for IT professionals, Network Specialists, Network Administrators, and Network Support Engineers, and gives the required knowledge and skills to install, configure, and operate small to medium sized networks.

The Cisco CCNA 200-301 course covers the following exam objectives:

  • Network fundamentals
  • Network access
  • IP connectivity
  • IP services
  • Security fundamentals
  • Automation programmability

Online Course Format

This course is delivered through an online course portal and will give students 12 months access to their materials. The course includes interactive activities that to keep the student engaged, and each lesson includes Flash Cards, a short quiz and exercises to confirm your understanding of the subject. When returning to your studies you to return to the last point or to the furthest point you have read.

The Cisco CCNA Online Course includes 102+ pre-assessment questions, 306+ Quizzes, 542+ flash cards, 102+ assessment questions and 20+ Videos.

Free Trial

We recommend that students register for and access a free trial of this course prior to enrolment.

Please Note: As this is a digital edition of the course, refunds cannot be issued once the access code has been issued. The free trial will give you access to the first lesson of the course materials so you can make sure the materials are suitable.

Free Trial Instructions:

  1. Follow the above link.
  2. Click on the Chapters and Lessons link.
  3. Click on the “Sign Up” link and create an account.
  4. You will receive an email to authorise your sign-up and once authorised simply follow the above link again and access the first lesson through the Chapters and Lessons link.

The Cisco CCNA 200-301 Online Course includes the following units:
The following topics are covered: About Cisco Certifications and CCNA; and Course Organization, Lessons, and Appendixes.
The following topics are covered: Perspectives on Networking; TCP/IP Networking Model; Data Encapsulation Terminology; and
Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: An Overview of LANs; Building Physical Ethernet LANs with UTP; Building Physical Ethernet LANs with Fiber; Sending Data in Ethernet Networks; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Wide-Area Networks; IP Routing; Other Network Layer Features; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Accessing the Cisco Catalyst Switch CLI; Configuring Cisco IOS Software; Command References; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: LAN Switching Concepts; Verifying and Analyzing Ethernet Switching; Command References; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Securing the Switch CLI; Enabling IPv4 for Remote Access; Miscellaneous Settings Useful in the Lab; Command References; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Configuring Switch Interfaces; Analyzing Switch Interface Status and Statistics; Command References; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Virtual LAN Concepts; VLAN and VLAN Trunking Configuration and Verification; Troubleshooting VLANs and VLAN Trunks; Command References; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: STP and RSTP Basics; Details Specific to STP (and Not RSTP); Rapid STP Concepts; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Understanding RSTP Through Configuration; Configuring Layer 2 EtherChannel; Command References; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Introduction to Subnetting; Analyze Subnetting and Addressing Needs; Make Design Choices; Plan the Implementation; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Classful Network Concepts; Practice with Classful Networks; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Subnet Mask Conversion; Identifying Subnet Design Choices Using Masks; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Defining a Subnet; Analyzing Existing Subnets: Binary; Analyzing Existing Subnets: Decimal; Practice Analyzing Existing Subnets; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Installing Cisco Routers; Enabling IPv4 Support on Cisco Router Interfaces; Command References; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: IP Routing; Configuring IP Addresses and Connected Routes; Configuring Static Routes; IP Forwarding with the Longest Prefix Match; Command References; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: VLAN Routing with Router 802.1Q Trunks; VLAN Routing with Layer 3 Switch SVIs; VLAN Routing with Layer 3 Switch Routed Ports; Command References; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Problem Isolation Using the ping Command; Problem Isolation Using the traceroute Command; Telnet and SSH; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Comparing Dynamic Routing Protocol Features; OSPF Concepts and Operation; OSPF Areas and LSAs; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Implementing Single-Area OSPFv2; Using OSPFv2 Interface Subcommands; Additional OSPFv2 Features; Command References; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: OSPF Network Types; OSPF Neighbor Relationships; Command References; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Introduction to IPv6; IPv6 Addressing Formats and Conventions; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Global Unicast Addressing Concepts; Unique Local Unicast Addresses; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Implementing Unicast IPv6 Addresses on Routers; Special Addresses Used by Routers; Command References; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Connected and Local IPv6 Routes; Static IPv6 Routes The Neighbor Discovery Protocol; Command References; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Comparing Wired and Wireless Networks; Wireless LAN Topologies; Other Wireless Topologies; RF Overview; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Autonomous AP Architecture; Cloud-based AP Architecture; Split-MAC Architectures; Comparing Wireless LAN Controller Deployments; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Anatomy of a Secure Connection; Wireless Client Authentication Methods; Wireless Privacy and Integrity Methods; WPA, WPA2, and WPA3; Lesson Review and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Connecting a Cisco AP; Accessing a Cisco WLC; Connecting a Cisco WLC; Configuring a WLAN; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Appendix A: Numeric Reference Tables
The following topics are covered: Appendix B: Study Planner
The following topics are covered: IPv4 Address Types; Bandwidth and Clock Rate on Serial Interfaces; Using traceroute to Isolate the Problem to Two Routers; Troubleshooting Static IPv6 Routes; and Default Routes with SLAAC on Router Interfaces.
The following topics are covered: Analyzing Collision Domains and Broadcast Domains; Analyzing Campus LAN Topologies; and Analyzing LAN Physical Standard Choices.
The following topics are covered: Choosing the Mask(s) to Meet Requirements; and Finding All Subnet IDs.
The following topics are covered: Mask Design Practice Problems; and Practice Finding All Subnet IDs.
The following topics are covered: VLSM Concepts and Configuration; Finding VLSM Overlaps; and Adding a New Subnet to an Existing VLSM Design.
The following topics are covered: Implementing STP; Implementing Optional STP Features; Implementing RSTP; and Command References.
The following topics are covered: Troubleshooting STP; Troubleshooting Layer 2 EtherChannel;Analyzing the Switch Data Plane Forwarding; and Troubleshooting VLANs and VLAN Trunks.
The following topics are covered: Perspectives on Troubleshooting Routing Protocol Problems; Interfaces Enabled with a Routing Protocol; Neighbor Relationships; and Command References.
The following topics are covered: CCNA 200-301 Exam Topic Order; and Course Lesson Order Versus CCNA 200-301 Exam Topics.
The following topics are covered: About Cisco Certifications and CCNA; and Course Organization, Lessons, and Appendixes.
The following topics are covered: TCP/IP Layer 4 Protocols: TCP and UDP; TCP/IP Applications; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: IPv4 Access Control List Basics; Standard Numbered IPv4 ACLs; Practice Applying Standard IP ACLs; Command References; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Extended Numbered IP Access Control Lists; Named ACLs and ACL Editing; Command References; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Security Terminology; Common Security Threats; Controlling and Monitoring User Access; Developing a Security Program to Educate Users; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Securing IOS Passwords; Firewalls and Intrusion Prevention Systems; Command References; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Port Security Concepts and Configuration; Port Security Violation Modes; Command References; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol; Identifying Host IPv4 Settings; Command References; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: DHCP Snooping; Dynamic ARP Inspection; Command References; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: System Message Logging (Syslog); Network Time Protocol (NTP); Analyzing Topology Using CDP and LLDP; Command References; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Perspectives on IPv4 Address Scalability; Network Address Translation Concepts; NAT Configuration and Troubleshooting; Command References; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Introduction to QoS; Classification and Marking; Queuing; Shaping and Policing; Congestion Avoidance; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: First Hop Redundancy Protocol; Simple Network Management Protocol; FTP and TFTP; Command References and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Analyzing Campus LAN Topologies; Small Office/Home Office; Power over Ethernet (PoE); and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Metro Ethernet; Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS); Internet VPNs; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Server Virtualization; Cloud Computing Services; WAN Traffic Paths to Reach Cloud Services; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: SDN and Controller-Based Networks; Examples of Network Programmability and SDN; Comparing Traditional Versus Controller-Based Networks; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: SDA Fabric, Underlay, and Overlay; DNA Center and SDA Operation; DNA Center as a Network Management Platform; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: REST-Based APIs; Data Serialization and JSON; and Review All the Key Topics.
The following topics are covered: Device Configuration Challenges and Solutions; Ansible, Puppet, and Chef Basics; and Review All the Key Topics.

Additional Content

The course includes the following additional content:

Pre-assessment:

The pre-assessment is designed as a guide to assess the students’ knowledge of the course topics before they begin the course. The results will help them to understand what you need to learn and after going through the course contents they will be able to score higher on this and the other practice tests in the course.

Practice Exams:

Prepare for your exam with this simulated test environment. Each practice test comes with learn, test and review modes. In learn mode, learners will attempt a question and will get immediate feedback as they move on to the next question. In test mode, learners can take a timed test simulating the actual exam conditions. In review mode, learners can read through one item at a time without attempting it.

Post Assessment:

This is final indicator to gauge a student’s readiness, and should be attempted after all of the exercises and practice tests have been completed.

MeasureUp Test Prep Software

Official MeasureUp practice test software is included with the course materials which gives students 365 days access to over 400 Questions and Robust Explanations. MeasureUp offer quality test content so that you will be prepared for your exams. All objectives of the exam are covered in depth so students are ready for any question. The practice tests are written by industry experts in this subject area.

Please Note: The MeasureUp practice exam requires the use of Chrome as your browser in order to study with the simulation type questions and is not compatible with mobile devices.

Live Labs: Optional (Available for £120.00):

Online Live Labs can be purchased for £120.00 as an additional item when ordering from our website. The live labs are available for 12 months and give you access to real computer equipment, networked together and conveniently accessible over the internet using virtualization. A Live Lab has equipment such as computers, servers, switches or routers, that a user is free to configure.

The benefits of live-labs are:

  • Exam based practical tasks
  • Real equipment, absolutely no simulations
  • Access to the latest industry technologies
  • Available anytime, anywhere on any device
  • Break and Reset functionality
  • No hardware costs

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this course or exam. Students should have a reasonable amount of IT knowledge with it being an online course. A good understanding of computer systems and network technologies is recommended. Students could complete the CompTIA Network+ Course if they feel their knowledge could be improved prior to study.

Course Duration & Online Support

You can register at any time and have 12 months to complete the course. The course is designed as a self-study course, but if you have any problems you can email our support email service. As the course is self-study you can complete in as little or as long a time as you prefer. 

Extensions are available for students who don’t complete the course within the 12-month license at £90.00 for 3 months or £200.00 for 12 months.

Assessment

Assessment is from the Cisco CCNA 200-301 Examination. The Examination has 120 questions in multiple-choice (single answer or multiple answers), drag-and-drop, and simulation format over a 120 minute period.

Cisco CCNA Certification

Cisco Certification

On completion of the Cisco CCNA online course, you can apply for the Internationally Recognised Cisco CCNA 200-301 Examination.

Examinations are sat at a registered Pearson VUE testing centre and the exam fees are currently £246.00 + VAT each.

You can find or register for your nearest exam centres by selecting the Test Takers option from the Pearson Vue Website.

Additional information

Course Format

Online Course

Self-Study Time

Approximately 120 Hours (Self-Study)

Delivery Time

1-2 Working Days (Email)