Computer Network Principles (CCNA 1+2)
2015 FEE $822.80
The CCNA programme has four parts which teach students the skills needed to design, build and maintain small to medium-size networks.
An examination at the end of each part contributes to Cisco certification. This course covers the first two parts of the Cisco CCNA programme. Parts three and four - CCNA 3+4
Part 1 describes computer network concepts from a computer engineering perspective, including the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) network control protocols.
Part 2 continues with computer network concepts in given applications, including forming a small computer network comprising routers, switches and hubs; configuring, operating and backing up network software operation and security.
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|Apply on||Complete the Application for Enrolment
|Course Contact||Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies - Lesley Cave
Phone: (09) 921 9701
Fax: (09) 921 9973
|Venue||Electrical and Electronic Engineering Dept, Science & Technology Building (WS Block)
34 St Paul Street, Auckland City
|Paper Codes||Programme Code||Dates for 2015||Days||Time(s)|
||5 - 9pm
CCNA 1+2 is not scheduled to run in semester two. The next available intake is in semester one, 2016.
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Last updated: 14-May-2015 4.06pm
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