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Professional Certificate in Advanced IP Network Applications

The Professional Certificate in Advanced IP Network Technologies is designed to provide students with sufficient core knowledge, skill, and ability to analyze, troubleshoot, and resolve problems in a small internetwork. This program is offered through distance education. Online lab coursework and simulators enhance practical knowledge and application.
You will gain solid knowledge, skill and ability applicable in a wide range of internetwork production environments to include the predominant Cisco internetworking arena. You will earn credits towards the completion of a degree program and will be prepared for industry renowned certifications as you complete courses that form this professional certificate.

Program Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this program you will be able to:
  • Given a scenario, predict normal operations and analyze, troubleshoot, and resolve problems in Layer 2 and Layer 3 network environments
  • Given a scenario, predict normal operations and analyze, troubleshoot, and resolve dynamic routing problems in a simulated internetwork
  • Predict normal operations and analyze, troubleshoot, and resolve problems in IPv6 internetworks

  • Requirements
    The Professional Certificate in Advanced IP Network Applications requires students to complete the 3 courses listed in the Table below.
    Please refer to the College Catalog for more detailed information.
    APT College Credit Evaluation Committee will evaluate all applicable transfer credit and work experience toward the degree program.

    Courses

    This is the third course in a three part series that prepares the student for the CCENT/CCNA ICND1 certification exam. This course begins with a review of IPv4 troubleshooting tools that should be used to methodically analyze, troubleshoot, and resolve problems in an internetwork. The course further introduces access control lists and network address translation with a keen focus placed on the proper application and placement of access control lists and the differences between static, dynamic, and port address translation. The course continues with a look at the need for Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) today, the unique protocols and addressing construct that enable the deployment of IPv6 networks and the key implementation factors that impact IPv6 routing. The course wraps-up by exploring device management, IOS file management, and licensing principles and concepts.

    Credits: 4.00

    Industry Certifications: Upon completion of the 3 course series (TEL108, TEL109, and TEL110) and with additional study and preparation, students are postured for the Cisco ICND1 Exam. *APT does not proctor this exam. Students must register with Pearson VUE for testing.* **Exam Fees for this certification are not included in your tuition costs**

    Modality: TEL110 is available in asynchronous online and blended (in-class and webcast) modality formats with extensive content and activity interaction online in the eLearning Portal (www.aptconline.com)

    If you are interested in this course, please click the interest form button, fill the form, and submit. An APT representative will contact you to follow up. interest form
    This is the first course in a two part series that prepares the student for the CCNA Routing and Switching ICND2 certification exam. This course begins with a review of virtual LAN (VLAN) switching concepts, explains the underpinning need for, configuration, and verification of the Spanning Tree Protocol (STP), and introduces a methodical process to predict normal behaviors to enhance Layer 2 LAN and VLAN analysis, troubleshooting, and problem resolution. This part continues with a survey of OSPF and EIGRP protocol operation in IPv4 environments and offers a methodical process that can be employed to analyze, troubleshoot, and resolve dynamic routing problems. The course wraps-up with a comprehensive look at point to point, Ethernet, Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS), and virtual private networks (VPNs) as private wide area network (WAN) service alternatives.

    Credits: 4.00

    Industry Certifications: Upon completion of the 2 course series (TEL234 and TEL235) and with additional study and preparation, students are postured for the CCNA Routing and Switching ICND2 Exam. *APT does not proctor this exam. Students must register with Pearson VUE for testing.* **Exam Fees for this certification are not included in your tuition costs**

    Modality: TEL234 is is available in asynchronous online and blended (in-class and webcast) modality formats with extensive content and activity interaction online in the eLearning Portal (www.aptconline.com)

    If you are interested in this course, please click the interest form button, fill the form, and submit. An APT representative will contact you to follow up. interest form
    This is the second course in a two part series that prepares the student for the CCNA Routing and Switching ICND2 certification exam. The course begins by introducing quality of service factors in IPv4 environments and takes a close look at a methodical process to analyze, troubleshoot, and resolve IPv4 routing problems that support the local area network. The course further explores a methodical process to predict normal behaviors in IPv6 environments and steps required to configure, verify, analyze, troubleshoot, and resolve OSPFv3 and EIGRPv6 dynamic routing protocol problems. The course wraps-up by exploring emerging network management, cloud computing, and software defined network concepts.

    Credits: 4.00

    Industry Certifications: Upon completion of the 2 course series (TEL234 and TEL235) and with additional study and preparation, students are postured for the CCNA Routing and Switching ICND2 Exam. *APT does not proctor this exam. Students must register with Pearson VUE for testing.* **Exam Fees for this certification are not included in your tuition costs**

    Modality: TEL235 is available in asynchronous online and blended (in-class and webcast) modality formats with extensive content and activity interaction online in the eLearning Portal (www.aptconline.com)

    If you are interested in this course, please click the interest form button, fill the form, and submit. An APT representative will contact you to follow up. interest form

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