DCOM 2100 is the second of four courses designed to introduce new content and extend previously learned networking skills. These skills will empower the student to enter the workforce and/or further their education and training in the computer networking field. A task analysis of current industry standards and occupational analysis was used in the development of content standards. Instruction extends the student’s knowledge and practical experience of the TCP/IP networking model introducing routers. Communication links and packet filtering concepts include routing protocols, subnet addressing and the examination and implementation of CIDR. Course content includes routing theory and router hands-on lab configuration. The student will learn to correctly identify and explain the major components of the Cisco router successfully manage Cisco IOS, configure IP addresses using appropriate sub-netting, and perform basic router setup and configuration and master people skills by working in engineering teams.
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