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CCNA ICND2 Exam Objectives
« on: July 04, 2010, 10:26:20 PM »
Exam # 640-816, ICND2 (Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 2)

Number of questions: 45-55
Time allowed: 75 minutes
Passing score: Not Available
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Exam objectives:
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Small and Medium Network Implementations

# recognize the Cisco IOS CLI structure, functions, and commands used to create a basic router and switch configuration.
# provide a switch and router with a basic configuration for IP connectivity.
# recognize the fundamentals of VLAN design and operation.
# recognize the function of trunking in a VLAN and the operation of VTP.
# recognize how to configure VLANs and trunks.

Routing Fundamentals, Subnetting, and VLSMs

# recognize how dynamic routing operates on an IP network.
# recognize how distance vector routing protocols operate.
# recognize how link-state routing protocols operate, and their benefits and limitations.
# recognize the function of subnetting, and the capabilities and implementation of VLSM.
# subnet a network with a private network address.

Single-Area OSPF Implementation

# recognize how the OSPF protocol operates.
# recognize how to configure and verify OSPF.
# configure and verify OSPF.
# recognize how to troubleshoot OSPF configurations.

EIGRP Implementation

# recognize how EIGRP operates and how to configure it.
# recognize how to configure load balancing and route authentication with EIGRP.
# configure and verify EIGRP routing on the router.
# recognize how to troubleshoot EIGRP.

Transitioning to IPv6

# recognize the function and address types of IPv6.
# recognize how to assign IPv6 addresses to network devices.
# recognize the techniques for transitioning from IPv4 to IPv6 and how to configure IPv6 on a router.
# configure IPv6 addresses on a router.

Access Control Lists

# recognize what ACLs are and how they operate on inbound and outbound router interfaces.
# recognize the types of ACLs, their functionalities, and their benefits.
# recognize what ACL wildcard masking is and how it works.
# use wildcard masking for IP subnets.
# recognize how to configure numbered ACLs.
# recognize how to configure named ACLs.
# configure an IP extended ACL to block Telnet traffic, apply it to an interface, and verify its operation.

Address Space Management

# recognize the basic characteristics and operation of NAT and PAT.
# recognize how to configure NAT and PAT on a network.
# configure inside and outside NAT interfaces and an IP ACL to permit hosts to use PAT, and then verify NAT configuration.
# recognize how to verify and resolve issues related to NAT and PAT operation.
# identify and resolve NAT translation issues.

VPN and Point-to-Point WAN Connections

# Recognize the basic function of a VPN, its benefits, and its types.
# Recognize the components of a VPN and how it is secured.
# Recognize how PPP operates as a WAN encapsulation protocol and how to configure it for transporting IP data over point-to-point connections.
# Enable PPP encapsulation with CHAP authentication on an interface.

Extending the LAN to a WAN

# Recognize what Frame Relay is and how it works.
# Recognize how to configure basic Frame Relay.
# Configure Frame Relay connections.
# Verify the operation of a Frame Relay WAN.
# Verify Frame Relay connections.
# Recognize how to troubleshoot Frame Relay connectivity issues.

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