Cisco CCNA - Routing & Switching - ICND2

Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices Part 2 (ICND2)

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 ICND2 exam which is the second part to achieving the full CCNA R&S certification. Become CCNA R&S certified and get on your path to becoming a rockstar network engineer!
Skill Level
50 Hours

This course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to maintain and troubleshoot Cisco IOS and small to medium enterprise networks. With a focus on routing and switching, CCNA R&S certified professionals understand the most core and fundamental technologies related to network engineering, and are versed in the configuration and installation of Cisco routers and switches in a broad range of IT environments. In this course students are presented with a series of premium instructional videos and hands-on labs that teach all the knowledge and skills needed to pass the Cisco ICND2 CCNA R&S certification exam.

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22 Labs covering the exam topics of the Cisco CCNA certification - ICND2 exam 200-105.

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Cisco CCNA 200-105 (ICND2)

Master your Cisco CCNA ICND 2 with over 425 practice exam questions for the 200-105 exam.

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Meet your Instructor

“I’m CCIE #50693 in Routing and Switching, Network Engineer, Instructor and mentor. I have 7 years of real world experience in large scale networking and network architecture. I enjoy helping others reach their best and level up to become rock star network engineers. I am passionate about technology and a continuous learner.”

Rob Riker


Become financially independent

The average engineer earns 100k annually, during its first 3 years of professional work. After that salary keeps raising, for example, an average engineer can achieve 140k after 3 years of experience.



There are no education or experience requirements to test for the Cisco CCNA R&S
Understanding of network fundamentals, Local Area Networks and Wide Area Networks
Computer with Internet connection and PDF viewer
Basic computer literacy and Internet usage skills
A basic familiarity with Information Technology and network fundamentals is highly recommended
A previously obtained networking related certification such as the CompTIA Network+ is recommended, but not required
Basic IP address knowledge, IPv4 subnetting and basic IPv6
Understanding of network fundamentals, Local Area Networks and Wide Area Networks
Network management and basic network security concepts
IPv4 and IPv6
LAN & WAN implementation and operation
Establishing Internet Connectivity
Manage Network Device Security
VLANs and Trunking
Switch Stacking and Chassis Aggregation
Spanning Tree Protocols
Troubleshooting IP Connectivity
Routing Protocols (EIGRP and OSPF)
Quality of Service
Virtualization and Cloud Services
Network Programmability
IOS Images and Licensing
SNMP, Syslog and Configuration Management