What is CCENT (Cisco Certified Entry Network Technician)?

    What is Cisco CCENT?

    The Cisco Certified Entry Network Technician (CCENT) Certificate supports the ability to set up, run, and resolve a small enterprise network, including a basic security network. Professionals with this certificate have the skills necessary for basic network support positions.

    This certificate includes:

    1. Basic elements of the network
    2. WAN technologies
    3. Basic security
    4. Wireless concepts
    5. Routing Basics
    6. Simple Network Configuration

    The CCENT Certificate is the first step at Cisco to obtain the CCNA Certificate covering the networks of more complex companies.

    It is intended for students at Cisco Networking Academy in the ICT industry looking for entry-level jobs or waiting to meet their base requirements to acquire more specialized ICT skills.

    The preparation of this certification consists of two courses:

    Introduction to networks

    • Network scanning
    • Setting up a network operating system
    • Network protocols and communication
    • Network access
    • Ethernet
    • Network layer
    • Transport layer
    • IP Address Assignment
    • IP network section on subnets
    • Application layer
    • This is a network

    Basic Routing Policies

    • Introduction to switched networks
    • Configuration and basic switching concepts
    • VLAN
    • Routing Concepts
    • VLAN communication
    • Static routing
    • Dynamic routing
    • OSPF single area
    • Access Control Lists
    • DHCP
    • Network address translation for IPv4

    The exam corresponding to this certificate is 100-001 Interconnection Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1). Evaluate the ability to set up, run and solve events in a small network.

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