The first course of the CCNA curriculum introduces the architecture, models, protocols, and elements of the network that connects users, devices, applications, and data over the internet and across modern computer networks including IP addressing and the basics of Ethernet.
Learn to build a simple Local Area Network (LAN) that integrates IP addressing schemes, basic network security, and performs the basic configuration for routers and switches
- 34 Hours of Theory Lessons
- 36 Hours of Exercise
- Total 70 Study Hours
- Blended learning (online dan offline learning)
- 3rd Grade Vocational High School
- College students who already have object-oriented coding skills, basic network and operating system skills