GMI has the highest number of devices among CISCO Networking Academies ranging from core and distribution switches, routers, ASA firewalls and VoIP phones to mention a few. We provide theoretical classroom and laboratory experience in current and emerging networking technology.
Participants will experience real hands-on experience configuring CISCO devices apart from topics covered in CCNA Networking Fundamentals, CCNA Routing and Switching Essentials, CCNA Scaling Networks as well CCNA Connecting Networks.
Networking Academy CISCO syllabus presents a comprehensive overview of networking; from fundamentals to advanced applications and services. The courses emphasize on concepts and skills required to:
• design networks, while providing opportunities for practical application and hands-on experience
• install, operate, and maintain networks
• obtain academic certification as a CISCO Certified Network Associate (CCNA) to meet industrial needs
- Among the CISCO labs available here in GMI are Security Lab, Enterprise Lab, VoIP Lab, and common network labs with routers and switches on mobile racks.
- CISCO labs are set up to allow configuration tasks at the convenience of the participants. As theoretical session is delivered, participants are able to access network devices for hands-on experience using real equipments.
GMI-CISCO Security Lab utilizes industry-known Advanced Security Appliance (namely CISCO ASA) which can be configured as Intrusion Detection System, Virtual Private Network as well as Firewall on its own. Participants will be able to identify core technologies related to network security, knowing current and emerging trends in network threats and vulnerabilities and how networks can be secured with advanced protection tools.
As Networking Academy CISCO since 2011, we are able to provide an extensive and comprehensive training and hands-on experience to the participants to equip them with the technical know-how in operating CISCO network devices, configuration, troubleshooting as well as the security aspects of deploying them to their existing network at the workplace.