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Experience the Benefits of CCNA and CCDA Certifications
Technical certification is a sound investment in your career. Although
certification does not guarantee success, research has shown that
it can have a significant impact on:
and productivity on the job
Build Your Skills And Your Career: Certify Yourself
Cisco® CCNA certification lays the foundation for all
other Cisco® certifications.
Cisco® Certified Network Associate certification solidifies
and markets your knowledge of installing, configuring, and operating
routed LANs and WANs. Optimizing WAN traffic through Internet access
solutions that reduce bandwidth, and reducing WAN costs using features
such as access list filters are also professional tasks of a CCNA.
A CCNA can do the following:
and configure Cisco switches and routers in multiprotocol internetworks
using LAN and WAN interfaces
Level 1 troubleshooting service
network performance and security
according to Cisco®, the CCDA certification indicates
knowledge of network design for the Small Office, Home Office (SOHO)
market and for medium-size organizations whose simple LAN, routed
WAN, and switched LAN networks have fewer than 500 nodes.
can do the following:
the customer's requirements for network performance, security, capacity,
Design a network structure that meets these requirements
Articulate the benefits of the design to the customer's satisfaction
Develop and test a prototype network that validates the designand
demonstrate that proof to the customer's satisfaction
Cisco® certifications enhance your career path by:
achievements, knowledge and hands-on skill base.
and heightening skills, ensuring the ability to tackle the newest,
Cisco® certifications also afford you special membership benefits:
certificate of accomplishment.
wallet card, logo and designation for your personal promotion
to clients or potential employers.
to the secure Cisco® on-line tracking system so you can download
logos, and track your Cisco® certification progress throughout
Your investment in your certifications may be crucial to your career!
With Vibrant Boot Camp, you will:
all of the fundamentals
your implementation and troubleshooting skills
your creative thinking skills
Vibrant Boot Camp provides instruction to meet every learning need,
partner and group exercises
and answer drills
competitions between concurrently running classes
RAM (Random Access Memory); stores the running configuration,
routing tables, and packet buffers. Some routers, such as the 2500
series, run IOS from Flash, not RAM.
Flash Memory; stores the compressed OS (IOS) image. Flash memory is
either EEPROM or PCMCIA card.
NVRAM (Non-Volatile Ram); memory that does not lose information when
power is lost. Stores the system’s startup configuration file and
the configuration register. NVRAM uses a battery to maintain the
data when power is off.
ROM (Read Only Memory); Memory containing micro-code for basic
functions to start and maintain the router. ROM is not typically
used after the IOS is loaded. RXBOOT is located here.
Configuration Register; a 16-bit register used to control how the
router boots up, where the IOS image is, how to deal with the NVRAM
configuration, setting the console baud rate, and enabling or
disabling the break function. Changing bit 6 from 0 to 1 will bypass
the NVRAM settings and allow access to the router in the event a
password is lost.
The lowest four bits in the configuration register control the
startup sequence. If a router does not find a valid configuration
file when booting, it will enter a setup dialog with the prompt
“Would you like to enter the initial configuration dialog?” This
will allow you to set your router with minimal configuration
(hostname, passwords, protocols, etc). When finished, the router
writes the configuration to NVAM and RAM.