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CISCO Internetworking Level 2


This program uses industry based curriculum developed by the CISCO Corporation and is designed to prepare students for employment as computer network designers, installers, and network maintenance and technology support technicians. Students exiting the program may take certification tests through the CISCO Certified Internetworking Association.


In Level 2, students are introduced to various facets and functions of routers, including operating systems interface (OSI) model, wide area networks (WANs), router components, startup, setup, and use of routers, input-output system (IOS), transportation control protocol (TCP/IP), and routing protocols. Hands-on, laboratory activities focus on routers and input-output systems. Activities in this course include work-based learning that connects students to industry and the local community.


Pre-requisite: Successful completion of CISCO Internetworking Level 1


Length: One semester