ntc320 | undergraduate
Network Design Associate
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Designing WAN, Wireless, and IP Addressing
- Identify design considerations for a remote data center.
- Examine branch, small office and teleworker design characteristics.
- Design a branch office WAN solution that supports remote workers and exhibits redundancy.
Design Methodology and Network Structure
- Identify network requirements that support the enterprise and the components of network hierarchy and architecture.
- Describe the tools and methodology used to design a network.
- Describe the enterprise edge, branch, and teleworker design characteristics.
Designing Basic Campus and Enterprise Campus Networks
- Examine enterprise campus network and enterprise data center design requirements.
- Design a basic enterprise center.
Routing Protocol Design
- Designing IP addressing and routing protocols.
- Identify differences between IPv4 and IPv6 addressing.
- Design a routing protocol deployment.
Designing and Managing Network Security
- Examine the security lifecycle.
- Identify the design considerations for voice and video architectures.
- Design a wireless network.
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