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    Recommended Classroom Training

    The following course is the recommended training for this exam:

    Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1) v1.0


    The course listed is offered by Cisco Learning Partners the authorized source for Cisco IT training delivered exclusively by Certified Cisco Instructors. For a list of Cisco Learning Partners, use the Learning Partner Locator.



    Quick Learning Modules

    The following 15-20 minute Quick Learning Modules are focused on a specific lesson or topic from the current ICND1 curriculum.


    Exploring Wireless Networking
    Enabling RIP
    Understanding the TCP/IP Internet Layer
    Cisco Security Device Manager
    Internet Connections with NAT and PAT


    IPTV Videos

    The following 1 hour videos are designed to help you learn a specific topic from the current ICND1 curriculum.


    Determining IP Routes
    Understanding Address Resolution Protocols and ICMP



    To see a complete list of available IPTV videos, please visit the IPTV Video Archive.


    Cisco e-Lab Simulations

    Managing the Switch Operating System File
    Review of Basic Configuration Including RIP
    Preparing for Boot System Commands
    Operation of Cisco IOS
    Managing the Startup Configuration File
    Managing the MAC Address Tables
    Configuring an Ethernet Interface
    Troubleshooting RIP Update Issues
    Configuring RIP


    Study Documents

    Calculating an 802.1d Spanning-tree Topology

    IP Addressing and Subnetting for New Users
    IPv6 At- A-Glance
    Miscellaneous Whitepapers
    Chapter 11:  Introduction to Wireless LANs


    Learning Partner Content

    The following are learning materials provided by our Cisco Authorized Learning Partners:


    - Creating Your Own Mental Subnet Calculator – Fast Lane

    - Routing 101: Essentials of Routing – Global Knowledge


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