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CIS 81 Network Fundamentals (CCNA ITN)

Rick Graziani, Instructor

Rick Graziani, Cabrillo College

CIS 81 Fundamentals of Networing (CCNA 1 Introduction to Networks)

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CIS 81 Course Syllabus - Fall 2017

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Note: Schedule subject to change


Week 1:  Jan 25


Lecture:  


•  Roll/Adds

•  Course Introduction

     •     Quiz (previous week's lecture) - Lecture - Review for next week's quiz

     •     Quizzes: Closed book, closed notes


•  CIS 81 Mailing List (will use same email address as WebAdvisor)

     •     "I missed class. Can someone tell me ...."

     •     "I have a question about the homework...."

     •     "Does anyone know if ARP is ...."

     •     "I am going to work on the lab assignment. Does anyone want to work together this...."


•  NetSpace Log In

     •     www.netacad.com

     •     Click on: "Log In" (upper right)

     •     Username and Password sent to your WebAdvisor email (prior NetSpace users use previous username and password.

     


•  NetSpace:

     •     Online Curriculum

     •     Chapter Exams: Assignments > Chapter Exam (DO NOT GO TO QUIZZES)

     •     Gradebook: Review your Chapter Exam scoresl


•  NetSpace: Sign-in


•  Packet Tracer: Demo and Practice (Windows or Linux only)


•     Chapter 1 Introduction to Networks


•     Chapter 1 review for quiz



Homework Assigned:


•     Read Chapter 1

     

•     Cisco NetSpace chapter review questions - additional attempts

     •     Chapter 1 Exam

     •     5 attempts, 6 hours per attempt

     •     Due: Feb 1, 5pm


•     Packet Tracer: Create the Topology

     •     Watch video: Packet Tracer Basics - Part 1

     •     Download Packet Tracer from NetSpace or go to CIS Lab

     •     Create Packet Tracer topology as shown in video

     •     Save Packet Tracer .pkt and bring to class next week on USB drive


Other Announcements:

     •     Next week: Chapter 1 quiz


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Week 2:  Feb 1


Lecture:


     •      Chapter 1 quiz

     •      Chapter 2: Configuring a Network Operating System (Cisco IOS)

     •      Photo op

•      Chapter 2 review for quiz



Homework Assigned:


•     Read Chapter 2

     

•     Cisco NetSpace chapter review questions - additional attempts

     •     Chapter 2 Exam

     •     5 attempts, 6 hours per attempt

     •     Due: Feb 10, 11pm


•     Video: IOS Basics using Packet Tracer


•     Packet Tracer: Configure Switch IOS Basics

     •     Use topology from Create the Topology Lab

     •     Configure on both switches (If needed watch video IOS Basics using Packet Tracer):

               •      hostnames (S1-lastname, S2-lastname)  

               •      console 0 password using cisco

               •      privilege password (enable secret) using class  

               •      telnet (vty 0 4 ) password using cisco  

               •      IPv4 address and subnet mask on S1 (interface vlan 1): 192.168.1.5 255.255.255.0  

                •      IPv4 address and subnet mask on S2 (interface vlan 1): 192.168.1.6 255.255.255.0              

               •      banner motd    

               •      DNS lookup: no ip domain lookup

               •      on line console 0 prevent interrupted output: logging synchronous

               •      on line console 0 prevent timed logout (lab only!): exec-timeout 0 0

     •     Submit: Printed copy of running-configs for both switches; highlight configured commands

     •     Use format Submitting labs

     •     Due: Feb 8, beginning of class


Other Announcements:

     •      How to send email

     •      Waiting until the last minute....

     •      Chapter 1 exam - Check-in

     •      Taking notes?

     •      NetSpace: Online curriculum

     •      NetSpace: Assignments > Chapter exams  Online curriculum

     •      Got Packet Tracer?

     •      Looking at my websites?

     •      Use CIS 81 mailing list to help each other - Keep on topic or start a new thread

     •     Next week: Chapter 2 quiz




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Week 3:  Feb 8


Lecture:


•      Chapter 2  quiz

     •      Chapter 3: Network Protocols and Communications

     •      Tour of Data Center

•      Chapter 3 review for quiz


     •      In class lab: Wireshark: ping


     •      Using the data center





Homework Assigned:


•     Read Chapter 3

     

•     Cisco NetSpace chapter review questions - additional attempts

     •     Chapter 3 Exam

     •     5 attempts, 6 hours per attempt

     •     Due: Wed, Feb 24 @11pm


•     Data Center Lab (NOT Packet Tracer): Access Switch using Putty or TeraTerm

     •     Go to the Data Center and configure a single switch

             •      Connections:

             •      Blue cable (serial): Connect to R8-Switches blue port, Example S5

             •      Yellow cable (Ethernet): Connect to R8-Switches yellow port, Example R8-13

             •      Datacenter: Use Ethernet straight-through cable to connect yellow patch panel port to switch,

                                         Example Use Ethernet straight-through cable to connect R8-13 to any port on switch S5


             •      PC setup:

             •      Configure PC for static IPv4 address, Example 192.168.1.5 255.255.255.0

             •      Open Putty: Choose Serial button

             •      Begin configuration


     •     Configure a single switch using:

               •      hostnames (S1-lastname)  

               •      console 0 password using cisco

               •      privilege password (enable secret) using class  

               •      telnet (vty 0 4 ) password using cisco  

               •      Telnet note: (config-line) submode use the command S1#(config-line)# transport input telnet

               •      IPv4 address and subnet mask on S1 on switch (interface vlan 1): 192.168.1.5 255.255.255.0    

               •      Configure static IPv4 address and subnet mask on the PC: 192.168.1.100 255.255.255.0            

               •      banner motd    

               •      DNS lookup: no ip domain lookup

               •      on line console 0 prevent interrupted output: logging synchronous

               •      on line console 0 prevent timed logout (lab only!): exec-timeout 0 0

               •      OPTIONAL: Telnet from PC into switch


               •      WHEN DONE:

             •      Switch# erase startup-config

             •      Switch# reload

             •      PC: Reset IP Address to use DHCP

             •      Put Ethernet cable back to Ethernet -> Internet

             •      Unplug serial cable from rack

             •      Put back any cables


     •     Submit: Printed copy of running-config

     •     Due: Feb 22




Other Announcements:

     •      No office hours this Thursday due to a meeting at UCSC

     •      No class next week

     •      Questions? Use the mailing list. Email me only if it is something you need to discuss with me personally.


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Week 4:  Feb 15


No class - Holiday

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Week 5:  Feb 22


Lecture:

     •      No Chapter 3 quiz

     •      Chapter 4: Network Access


Homework Assigned:


•     Cisco NetSpace chapter review questions - additional attempts

     •     Chapter 4 Exam

     •     5 attempts, 6 hours per attempt

     •     Due: Wed Mar 2



Other Announcements:

     •      Next Week: Chapter 3 Quiz (OSI and TCP/IP charts)

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Week 6:  Feb 29


Lecture:


     •      Chapter 3 quiz

     •      Chapter 5: Ethernet and Ethernet Video Slides

•      Chapter 5 review for quiz


     


Homework Assigned:


•     Cisco NetSpace chapter review questions - additional attempts

     •     Chapter 5 Exam

     •     5 attempts, 6 hours per attempt

     •     Due: Mar 9



Other Announcements:

     •       Midterm in two weeks


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Week 7:  Mar 7


Lecture:


     •      Chapter 5 quiz

     •      Chapter 6 Network Layer

•      Review for midterm next week


     •      In-class Lab: Using Wireshark

     •      In-class Lab: Configuring SSH using PT


Homework Assigned:


•     In class lab: Troubleshooting the network (Packet Tracer Topology: IOS Basics Broken)

•     In class lab: Review ARP and ICMP ping



•     Cisco NetSpace chapter review questions

     •     Chapter 6 Exam

     •     5 attempts, 6 hours per attempt

     •     Due:


Other Announcements:

     •       Midterm next week, Chapters 1 - 5


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Week 8:  Mar 14


Lecture:



•      Midterm Exam


Homework Assigned:


Other Announcements:

•     


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Week 9:  Mar 21


Lecture:


•      Chapter 7 IP Addressing

•      Review Midterm



Homework Assigned:


•     Cisco NetSpace chapter review questions

     •     Chapter 7 Exam

     •     5 attempts, 6 hours per attempt

     •     Due: April 13  



Other Announcements:


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Week 10:  Mar 28


No class - spring break

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Week 11:  Apr 4


Lecture:


•      Chapter 7: IP (continued - ICMP and IPv6)




Homework Assigned:


•     Cisco NetSpace chapter review questions

     •     Chapter 7 Exam

     •     5 attempts, 6 hours per attempt

     •     Due: Apr 13




Other Announcements:

• Chapter 6 Exam extended until Apr 13

• Make-up Midterm next week: 4pm in classroom

     

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Week 12:  Apr 11


Lecture:      


•   Make-up Midterm next week: 4pm in classroom

•      Chapter 8: IPv4 Subnetting




Homework Assigned:


•     Cisco NetSpace chapter review questions

     •     Chapter 8 Exam

     •     5 attempts, 6 hours per attempt

     •     Due: Nov 30


•     Subnetting Assignment (problems on the board)

     •     Use Worksheet for each problem

     ✴     Subnetting Worksheet (Excel)

     ✴     Subnetting Worksheet Sample (Excel)

     •     Due:



Other Announcements:

•      Binary Number Conversions

•      Subnetting video


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Week 13:  Apr 18


Lecture:



•      Chapter 9: Transport Layer


Homework Assigned:


•     Cisco NetSpace chapter review questions

     •     Chapter 9 Exam

     •     5 attempts, 6 hours per attempt

     •     Due: Apr 27



Other Announcements:

•      Subnetting video

•      Next week: IPv4 subnetting Exam

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Week 14:  Apr 25


Lecture:


     •      Chapter 10: Application Layer

     •      Exam: IPv4 - Subnetting



Homework Assigned:


•     Cisco NetSpace chapter review questions

     •     Chapter 10 Exam

     •     5 attempts, 6 hours per attempt

     •     Due: May 14


•     Cisco NetSpace chapter review questions

     •     Chapter 11 Exam

     •     5 attempts, 6 hours per attempt

     •     Due: May 14


•     Cisco NetSpace chapter review questions

     •     OPTIONAL Practice Final Exam

     •     5 attempts, 8 hours per attempt

     •     Due: May 14


Other Announcements:


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Week 15:  May 2


Lecture:


     •      Bringing it all together


Other Announcements:


•     Next Week: Cisco NetSpace FINAL EXAM and COURSE FEEDBACK


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Week 16:  May 9


Lecture: Discuss Final Exam



•     Cisco NetSpace FINAL EXAM and COURSE FEEDBACK

               •     1 attempt, 8 hours per attempt

               •     Once you have started the exam, you must complete it!

               •     Due: May 10 5:30pm to May 17 noon


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Week 17 Final Exam Week:  May 16



•     No class meeting


•     Cisco NetSpace FINAL EXAM and COURSE FEEDBACK

               •     1 attempt, 8 hours per attempt

               •     Once you have started the exam, you must complete it!

               •     Due: May 10 5:30pm to May 17 noon




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