Cisco Router Technology - Class 2

CET 1610 - 3cr.



This course is designed to prepare a student to apply and understand the basics of networking hardware.  The course covers beginning router configurations; routed and routing protocols; and introduction to LAN switching.  This is the second of a four-part series to prepare students for the Cisco Certified Networking Associate examination. The first part of this course is covered in CET 1600.


After completing this course, he student will be able to:

  • Examine router elements (RAM, ROM, CDP, show)
  • Manage configuration files from the privileged exec mode
  • Identify the functions performed by ICMP
  • Control router passwords, identification, and banner
  • Identify the main Cisco IOS commands for router startup
  • Check an initial configuration using the setup command
  • Log in to a router in both user and privileged modes
  • Use the context-sensitive help facility
  • Use the command history and editing features
  • List the commands to load Cisco IOS software from: flash memory, a TFTP server, or ROM
  • Prepare to backup, upgrade, and load a backup Cisco IOS software image
  • Identify the parts in specific protocol address examples
  • List problems that each routing type encounters when dealing with topology changes and describe techniques to reduce the number of these problems
  • Configure verify IP addresses
  • Prepare the initial configuration of your router and enable IP
  • Add the RIP and IGRP routing protocol to your configuration

Prerequisite: CET 1600 Cisco Network Fundamentals.






For additional information:

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Computer Science Program Manager:

Dr. Barry Hubbard
Telephone: (813) 253-7481


This page was last updated - May 18, 2016 by Eugene Broda