Braindumps, Cisco exam 640-441, Cisco Certified Design Associate (Designing Cisco Networks). Braindumps
Exam topics include Designing a Network to Meet a Customerís Requirements for Performance, Capacity, Security and Scalability, Assembling Cisco Product Lines in End-to-end Networking Solutions and Extended Knowledge of Your Basic Internetworking Fundamentals
Exam #: 640-441
Time Limit: 120 min.
Avg. Time: 76 min.
Passing Score: 755
# of Questions: 60-70
Designing Cisco Networks (DCN) v2.1
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Duration: 3 days, Instructor-led
3 days, Live e-learning
30 hours, Web-based
Before beginning this course, students should be familiar with all of the internetworking technologies described on the Cisco Connection Training CD. Specifically, they should be able to complete the following tasks before beginning this course:
Define networking technology terms, such as LAN, WAN, bridging, switching, protocols, and network management.
Explain the operation and implementation of source-route bridging, transparent bridging, and mixed-media bridging.
Describe the purpose and operation of routed protocols including Internet protocols, Novell IPX and SAP, AppleTalk, IBM SNA, DECnet, Open Systems Interconnection, Banyan VINES, and Xerox Network Systems.
Describe the purpose and operation of routing protocols including RIP, OSPF, IGRP, Enhanced IGRP, BGP, IP multicast, RSVP, NLSP, IBM routing, DECnet routing, and OSI routing.
List the technologies required by each networking devices and by each link, and across the network, given a simple network diagram or technical scenario.
Given a technical scenario, a simple network diagram, and a list of networking technologies, identify how the listed networking technologies provide the services required by the network.
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
Determine the customers' requirements for network performance, security, capacity, and scalability by characterizing the existing network and extracting new customer requirements.
Design a network structure that meets the customers' requirements for network performance, security, capacity, and scalability.
Identify how to build a prototype that proves the network design meets the customers' requirements for performance, security, capacity, and scalability.
Assemble Cisco product lines into an end-to-end networking solution.
The DCN 2.1 course is intended for systems engineers and network designers who have a working knowledge of internetworking and Cisco products. After completing this course, students can complete the Sylvan test to become a Cisco Certified Design Associate (CCDA).