Cisco CCENT CCNA - Routing & Switching - ICND1

Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices Part 1 (ICND1)

The Cisco Certified Network Associate Routing & Switching certification (CCNA R&S) is one of the strongest associate level IT certifications in the world and proves your ability to install, configure, operate and troubleshoot enterprise networks and Cisco IOS. This course covers the ICND1 exam which is the first part to achieving the full CCNA R&S certification. After passing the ICND1 exam you will become a Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician (CCENT) and will be on your path to achieving the CCNA R&S!
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50 Hours

This course was tailor made to help you pass the ICND1 exam, obtain your Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician (CCENT) certification, and get on your path to obtaining the highly sought after Cisco Certified Network Associate Routing & Switching (CCNA R&S) certification

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19 Labs covering the exam topics of the Cisco Certified Entry Technician (CCENT) certification - ICDN1 exam 100-105.

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Cisco CCNA 100-105 (ICND1)

Master your Cisco CCENT and CCNA ICND 1 with over 270 practice exam questions for the 100-105 exam.

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What you’ll get if you buy this course:

Access to 9 modules of exclusive content (total of 99 lessons) that will take your skill set to the next level. Over 23.5+ Hours of content!
Actionable quizzes at the end of every lesson so that you can be sure you’re learning everything by heart.
A premium custom-built practice exam that will enable you to get a “shot” under your belt before attempting to get your cert.
Exclusive entry to online training sessions and content where you will learn about the latest trends and about achieving your career goals.

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You wake up in the morning three days after earning your Network+ certification, check your email and notice you have a bunch of job interview offers...

You feel ready to get started with your career. You put in the effort leveling up your skills --video after video, quiz after quiz, and even a preparation test-- on top of passing the certification exam.  

You know you have what it takes to break into the industry and start making a name for yourself, and you’re dying to get started working towards your goals...

Network engineers make over 70k a year salary on average, and after only 3 years of experience this number goes up significantly. Yet, millions of children don’t even have access to basic education.

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Meet your Instructor

“I’m a Network Engineer, Entrepreneur, and Air Force veteran who is passionate about computer networking, education, and high performance teams. I enjoy people, teaching, learning, business, and cutting edge technology.”


Become financially independent

The average engineer earns 110k a year, during their first 3 years of professional work. After that salary keeps raising, for example, an average engineer can achieve 140k after 3 years of experience.



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Basic computer literacy and Internet usage skills
There are no education or experience requirements to test for the ICND1 exam or CCENT certification.
A basic familiarity with Information Technology and networking is helpful, but not required.
CPU (Processor) - Minimum Intel Pentium 4 2.53 GHz, recommended Intel Pentium 4 3.0 GHz or better
RAM (Memory) - Minimum 512 MB free, recommended 1GB or more
A modern web browser (Google Chrome preferred)
Network fundamentals and build simple LANs
IPv4 addressing and subnetting
Cisco IOS configuration
Routing and switching
Managing and securing networks
Expanding and extending networks
Establishing Internet connectivity
Understanding and implementing basic IPv6