Cisco CCDA v3.0

Video training course for the newly updated Cisco 200-310 DESGN / CCDA v3.0 Designing for Cisco Internetwork Solutions exam. A Cisco Certified Design Associate (CCDA) certified network engineer demonstrates the skills required to design basic campus, data center, security, voice, and wireless networks.

This is a theory only course so you do not require access to any equipment. We do demonstrate some commands on live equipment in some of the lectures but this is for demonstration purposes only.

Network design is one of the most rewarding and exciting careers you can choose. You work with the customer on their requirements and then create a network design for handover to the installation team. You will often be working with project managers, network security teams and senior managers in order to complete the design.

Your Instructor

David Voss
CCIE 11372, has been involved with networking since 1996. He has achieved CCNA, CCDA, CCNP, and CCDP certifications and in 2013 he celebrated his 10th anniversary as a CCIE.

He currently works in network design, but has also worked in consulting, pre-sales, and engineering for large corporations and Cisco partners.He currently lives in Virginia (USA) with his wife and three kids. David completed a Master of Science in IT Executive Management from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2014.

  • Over 15  hours of video training
  • Instructor guided labs
  • End-of-module exams
  • End-of-course certificate
  • Access to members only forum
  • Exam vendor – Pearson Vue
  • Prerequesites – ICND1
  • Recommended – Network+
Module 1 Network Fundamentals
Unit 1 The OSI Model
Unit 2 Networking Devices
Unit 3 Network Types
Unit 4 TCP/IP
Unit 5 Layer 2 Technologies - STP
Unit 6 Layer 2 Technologies - VLANs
Unit 7 Layer 3 Technologies
Module 2 Network Design Methodology
Unit 1 Network Design Principles
Unit 2 Cisco IIN and SONA
Unit 3 PPDIOO Lifecycle Model
Unit 4 SLA Resources
Module 3 Modular Network Solutions
Unit 1 Cisco Hierarchical Network Model
Unit 2 Intelligent Network Services
Module 4 Enterprise LAN and Data Center Design
Unit 1 Design Considerations: Geography and Apps
Unit 2 Layer 2/3 Switching
Unit 3 Physical Cabling
Unit 4 Analyzing Traffic
Unit 5 Enterprise Campus Design
Unit 6 Data Center Considerations
Unit 7 Data Center Components
Unit 8 Virtualization Considerations
Unit 9 Network Programmability
Unit 10 Network Scalability, Resiliency, and Fault Domains
Module 5 Enterprise WAN Design
Unit 1 WAN Design Overview
Unit 2 Dial-up Technology
Unit 3 Frame Relay
Unit 4 MPLS
Unit 5 WAN Design Methodologies
Unit 6 WAN QoS Considerations
Unit 7 Other WAN Technologies
Unit 8 Design a Basic Branch Office
Module 6 IP Addressing
Unit 1 IPv4 Addressing
Unit 2 IPv6 Addressing
Module 7 Routing Protocol Design
Unit 1 Routing Protocol Concepts
Unit 2 RIP Design
Unit 3 EIGRP Design
Unit 4 OSPF Design
Unit 5 ISIS Design
Unit 6 BGP Design
Unit 7 IPv6 Routing Protocols
Module 8 Network Security Design
Unit 1 Network Attacks and Countermeasures
Unit 2 Security Policy Mechanisms
Unit 3 Cisco SAFE Blueprint
Unit 4 Security Management
Module 9 Voice and Video Infrastructure
Unit 1 Traditional Voice Systems
Unit 2 Integrated Voice and IP Telephony Systems
Unit 3 Integrated Video Systems
Module 10 Wireless Network Design
Unit 1 Introduction to Wireless LANs
Unit 2 Cisco Unified Wireless Solutions
Unit 3 Wireless LAN Design