CCDA (200-310 DESGN) Online TrainingThe exam associated with this course has been retired. However, this course still retains value as a training resource.
In this intermediate Cisco Design Associate training, Anthony Sequeira prepares network administrators to take the 200-310 DESGN exam, which is the one required exam to earn the CCDA certification.
Network design engineers deal with setting up and managing the performance and security of the organization’s networks. The design engineer specifies the equipment, software, and connections. Network engineers then work with the network admin and support personnel who actually install and operate the network on a day-to-day basis.
After completing this CCDA training, you'll know how to use design methodologies and objectives, addressing and routing protocols, and enterprise network design. You’ll have everything you need to start designing networks for engineers to implement.
By completing this 200-310 DESGN training, network administrators will be better suited to advance into positions that lead to network design and engineering roles.
For anyone who leads an IT team, this Design Associate training can be used for 200-310 DESGN exam prep, on-boarding new network administrators, or as part of a team training plan.
CCDA: What You Need to Know
This CCDA training goes step-by-step through the 200-310 DESGN exam objectives, and covers topics including:
- Introduction to Cisco network design methodologies
- Designing enterprise network security
- Designing a campus network
- WAN, Branch, and data center design
- Routing protocols
- Quality of Service (QoS) approaches
- Wireless networks
Who Should Take CCDA Training?
This Design Associate training is considered associate-level Cisco training, which means it was designed for network administrators. This CCDA course is valuable for experienced network administrators looking to validate their Cisco skills.
Experienced network administrators. In this training, you’ll learn about approaches and methodologies utilized by Cisco Systems, as well as general concepts relating to network modularity, scalability, and resilience. The CCDA course will prepare you for the 200-310 DESGN exam and CCDA certification, which is a stepping stone to the professional-level CCDP certification. If you’re interested in designing networks and not just implementing them, this training can set you on the course to design engineering.