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CCNA 200-301 von Mind Map: CCNA 200-301

1. Module 1: Networking today

2. Module 2: Basic Switch and End Device Configuration​

2.1. Privileged EXEC mode : enable

2.2. Global Configuration Mode: exit

2.3. Configuration pass: Line console 0

2.3.1. Password abc

2.3.1.1. login

2.3.1.1.1. end

2.4. Securing privileged EXEC mode access

2.4.1. enable secret abc

2.4.1.1. exit

2.5. Configuration Device: Configure Terminal

2.6. Securing VTY line access

2.6.1. line vty 0 15

2.6.1.1. password abc

2.6.1.1.1. login

2.7. Encrypt Passwords

2.7.1. service password-encryption

2.7.1.1. exit

2.8. Banner Messages

2.8.1. User comman: banner motd #abc#

2.9. Save file

2.9.1. copy startup-config running-config

2.10. Configure IP Addressing

3. Module 6: Data Link Layer​

3.1. Topoligies

3.1.1. Physical Topology

3.1.2. Logical topology

3.1.3. WAN topologies

3.1.3.1. Point to point

3.1.3.2. Hub and spoke

3.1.3.3. Mesh

3.1.4. LAN topologies

3.1.4.1. Bus

3.1.4.2. Ring

3.1.5. Half and Full Duplex Communication

3.1.6. The Frame

3.1.7. Layer 2 address

3.1.8. LAN and WAN frames

4. Module3: Protocols and Models​

4.1. Message Delivery Optiosn

4.1.1. Unicast

4.1.2. Multicast

4.1.3. Broadcast

4.2. TCP/IP

4.2.1. Applicaton

4.2.2. Transport

4.2.3. Internet

4.2.4. Network Access

4.3. OSI

4.3.1. Application

4.3.2. Presentation

4.3.3. Session

4.3.4. Transport

4.3.5. Network

4.3.6. Datalink

4.3.7. Physical

4.4. 2 Ip address

4.4.1. Source IP address

4.4.2. Destinaton IP address

4.5. IP address contains 2 parts

4.5.1. NW portion

4.5.1.1. IPV4

4.5.1.2. Prefix IPV6

4.5.2. Host portion

4.5.2.1. IPV4

4.5.2.2. Interface ID IPV6

5. Module 4: Physical Layer

5.1. Purpose of the Physical Layer

5.2. Physical Layer Charateristics

5.3. Copper Cabling

5.4. UTP Cabling

5.5. Fiber-Optic Cabling

5.6. Wireless Media

6. Module 5: Number Systems

6.1. Binary Number System

6.1.1. Convert Binary to Decimal

6.1.2. Convert Decimal to Binary

7. Module 7: Ethernet Switching

7.1. Ethernet Frames

7.2. Ethernet MAC Address

7.2.1. Unicast MAC address

7.2.2. Broadcast MAC address

7.2.3. Multicast MAC address

8. Module 8: Network Layer

8.1. Characterstics

8.1.1. The NW layer

8.1.1.1. 4 basic operations

8.1.1.1.1. Addressing end devices

8.1.1.1.2. Encapsulation

8.1.1.1.3. Routing

8.1.1.1.4. De-encapsulation

8.2. Ipv4 packet

8.2.1. binary

8.2.1.1. TTL

8.2.1.1.1. Layer 3 hop count. When it becomes zero the router will discard the packet

8.2.1.2. Src

8.2.1.2.1. 32 bit

8.2.1.3. Des

8.2.1.3.1. 32 bit

8.3. Ipv6 Packets

8.3.1. hexadecimal

8.3.1.1. 128 bit

8.3.1.1.1. Src

8.3.1.1.2. Des

8.4. Host Routes

8.4.1. Default Gateway

9. Module 9: Address Resolution

9.1. MAC and IP

9.1.1. Des on the same network

9.2. Destinaton on remote Network

9.2.1. When the destination IP address is on a remote network, the destination MAC address is that of the default gateway.​

9.2.1.1. ARP is used by IPv4 to associate the IPv4 address of a device with the MAC address of the device NIC.​

9.2.1.2. ICMPv6 is used by IPv6 to associate the IPv6 address of a device with the MAC address of the device NIC.​

9.3. ARP

9.3.1. 2 basic functions

9.3.1.1. Resolving IPv4 addresses to MAC addresses

9.3.1.2. Maintaining an ARP table of IPv4 to MAC address mappings​

9.3.2. ARP request

9.3.2.1. If there is no ARP table entry is found, then the device sends an ARP request

10. Module 10: Basic Router Configuration

10.1. Configure Initial Router Settings

10.1.1. decive name

10.1.1.1. hostname abc

10.1.2. secure privileged EXEC mode

10.1.2.1. enable secret abc

10.1.3. secure user EXEC mode

10.1.3.1. line console 0

10.1.3.1.1. password abc

10.1.4. secure remote telnet/SSH accsess

10.1.4.1. line vty 0 4

10.1.4.1.1. password abc

10.1.5. encrypt all plaintext passwords

10.1.5.1. service password encryption

10.1.6. Provide legal notification and save the configuration

10.1.6.1. banner motd #abc#

10.1.6.1.1. end

10.2. Configure Interfaces

10.2.1. interface gig0/0

10.2.1.1. ip address 192.168.0.1 255.255.255.0

10.2.1.1.1. ipv6 address 2001:0db8:85a3:0000:0000:8a2e:0370:7334/64

10.3. Configure the default gateway

11. Module 12: Ipv6 addressing

11.1. 128bits and written in hexadecimal

11.2. Omit leading zero

11.2.1. 012b

11.2.1.1. 12b

11.3. Double colon

11.3.1. 2001:db8:cafe:1:0:0:0:1

11.3.1.1. 2001:db8:cafe:1::1

11.3.1.1.1. use once

11.4. Unicast,Multicast,Anycast

12. Module 13: ICMP

12.1. ICMP Messages

12.1.1. ICMPv4

12.1.2. ICMPv6

13. Module 14: Transport Layer

13.1. TCP

13.2. UDP

14. Module 15: Application Layer

15. Module 16: Network Security Fundamentals​

16. Module 17: Build a Small Network​

17. Module 11: IPv4 Addressing

17.1. Network and Host Portions

17.1.1. 32 bit

17.2. Subnet Mask

17.3. The Prefix Length

17.4. NW,Host,Broadcast address

17.5. VLSM

17.6. Uncicast,Multicast,Broadcast