Cisco CCNA Level Exams

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I need 12 cisco CCNA level exams writing to help students pass their exams.

Exams will use a mixture of questions, diagrams, multiple choice, fill in the blank, drag and drop etc. (all features of wondershare quiz creator).

Each exam needs 50 questions on topics so 600 questions in total.

1. IP addressing/subnetting/VLSM

2. Basic switch set up (2950), security, troubleshooting, show commands, switch operation basics (such as segmentation/VLANs).

3. NAT/DHCP/DNS and troubleshoot all of these.

4. Basic routing concepts, static routes, interfaces, RIPv2, managing Cisco IOS and backing up configs and IOS, network status with ping, tracert,

5. TCP/IP - for troubleshooting, ICMP, telnet, ARP, RARP, SSH, CDP

6. Basic router security with passwords, privilidge levels, common network security threats such as DDos, DOS, worms, hackers, DMZ and VPN basics.

7. IEEE WI-FI Alliance, ITU/FCC and WLAN standards, SSID, BSS, ESS, wireless security features and capabilities of WPA security (including: open, WEP, WPA-1/2), common issues with implementing wireless networks.

8. VLAN, RSTP, trunking, show and debug commands and troubleshooting.

9. IPv6 basics and running with IPv4, troubleshooting IP addressing issues (subnet mismatch etc.)

10. Routing, compare and contract DV/link state/hybrid, configure and troubleshoot OSPF and EIGRP,

11. ACLs and NAT, configuring and troubleshooting, protect router with ACLs and to permit only SSH in etc including to vty lines.

12. Configure and troubleshoot frame relay, ppp, HDLC

YOu can see the syllabuses for the two part CCNA exam method below and each exam number I have written is to match one of these.

http://www.howtonetwork.net/public/department94.cfm

Regards

Paul

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