CISCO Routers
3 Credit Hours
Protocols and router knowledge is crucial for today's networking professional. This course gives you an opportunity to compare and contrast the performance, overhead, routability, security and integrity issues surrounding today's major LAN/WAN protocols. The student will understand how to install, configure and manage Cisco routers. This course also gives you the hands-on experience you need for configuring your routers in multi-protocol network. Students will configure routing tables, subnetted IP networks, addressing schemes and access lists on the classroom network. Students will learn how to configure routers for IP, IPX and AppleTalk, DCE/DTE interfaces, modulation, and multiplexing.Prerequisites: NET 191 Network Cabling and NET 211. Exceptions subject to program coordinators' discretion.