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Business and Information Technology Education
BT00018
Routing, Switching, and WAN Technologies
150.00
Students will cover curriculum pertaining to switching basics, intermediate routing, and WAN technologies.
Carrie DeMuth
405-743-5426
cdemu@okcareertech.org

Linnie Berkenbile
405-743-5121
Network and Routing Fundamentals
-Explain classless routing.
-Utilize VLSM to setup subnets, define route aggregation and configure a router.
-Identify the key features and differences of RIP v1 and RIP v2.
-Configure RIP v2 and troubleshoot operation.
-Configure default routes using the IP route and IP default-network commands.
-Describe how link-state routing algorithms, also known as shortest path first (SPF) algorithms, maintain a complex database of topology information.
-Explain how the EIGRP routing protocol works, outline the features, describe the algorithm, and compare the advantages/disadvantages.
-Install switches, explain switching concepts, and perform switching configurations.
-Describe the five Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) states.
-Configure switches to create virtual LANs and perform troubleshooting as needed.
-Explain VLAN Trunking Protocol and Inter-VLAN routing.
-Demonstrate advanced IP addressing techniques.
-Explain WAN technology and terminology.
-Configure Point-to-Point Protocol.
-Define the ISDN standards used for addressing, concepts, and signaling.
-Describe how ISDN uses the physical and data link layers.
-List the interfaces and reference points for ISDN and configure the router ISDN interface.
-Configure static routes and choose the correct encapsulation type for DDR.
-Be able to determine and apply an access list affecting DDR traffic.
-Configure dialer interfaces.
-Explain the scope, purpose, and technology of Frame Relay.
-Compare point-to-point and point-to-multipoint topologies.
-Examine the topology of a Frame Relay network and create a Frame Relay Map on a remote network.
-Configure a Frame Relay Permanent Virtual Circuit (PVC).
-Explain the issues of a non-broadcast multi-access network.
-Describe the need for sub interfaces and how to configure them.
-Verify and troubleshoot a Frame Relay connection.
-Identify several potential tasks performed by a workstation and a server.
-Describe the roles of equipment in a client/server environment.
-Describe the differences between a NOS and a desktop operating system.
-List several Windows and alternative operating systems and their features.
-Identify network management tools.
-Describe the OSI and network management model.
-Describe simple network management protocol (SNMP) and common management information protocol (CMIP).
-Describe how management software gathers information and records problems.
-Perform network management.
-Describe Optical Networking.
(Select from the following)

Cisco (select one):
- CCNA
- End-of-course exams (Level 3 and 4)

Brainbench (select two):
- Cisco Network Support
- IP Routing and Switching
- Cisco Network Design

Microsoft (select one):
- Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) Networking exam
- Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (MCSA)
Brainbench – http://www.okcareertech.org/certify
Cisco – http://cisco.netacad.net
Microsoft – http://www.microsoft.com/learning/mcp/certifications.mspx
-Cisco Networking Academy Online Curriculum
-Career Cluster Resources for Information Technology – http://www.careerclusters.org/resources/ClusterDocuments/itdocuments/ITFinal.pdf
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