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An example of how the CCDA program could be taught using Microsoft Office Mix technology

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CCDA_Example

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An example of how the CCDA program could be taught using Microsoft Office Mix technology
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  1. Cisco CCDAExam 640-864 Design

    Slide 1 - Cisco CCDAExam 640-864 Design

    • CHAPTER 3 – Lesson 2
    • Cisco Enterprise Architecture MODEL
    • HowToNetwork.com Presents
    • Interactive MIX Technology
    • Please make sure your volume is turned up until you can hear the music.
  2. Access Layer

    Slide 6 - Access Layer

  3. Access Layer Recap

    Slide 7 - Access Layer Recap

    • Connects to the Distribution Layer
    • Comprised of:
    • Layer 2 Switches
    • Workstations
    • IP Telephones
    • Any other devices that requires “access” to the network
  4. Distribution Layer

    Slide 9 - Distribution Layer

  5. Distribution Layer Recap

    Slide 10 - Distribution Layer Recap

    • Connects to the Access and Core Layers
    • Comprised of:
    • Layer 2 and 3 Switches
    • Network Services
    • QoS
    • ACL’s
    • Policy Routing
    • Load Balancing
  6. Core Layer

    Slide 12 - Core Layer

  7. Core Layer Recap

    Slide 13 - Core Layer Recap

    • Connects to:
    • Distribution Layer
    • Server Farm
    • Edge Distribution Module
    • Comprised of High Speed Layer 3 Switches
    • Provides the following services:
    • High speed switching
    • Fast convergence
    • Reliability
  8. Server Farm

    Slide 15 - Server Farm

  9. Server Farm Recap

    Slide 16 - Server Farm Recap

    • Connects to the Core Layer
    • Comprised of the following servers:
    • Database
    • E-mail
    • DNS
    • Application
    • File
    • SAN
    • Servers are often connected to redundant switches
  10. Whiteboard

    Slide 18 - Whiteboard

  11. Edge Distribution

    Slide 19 - Edge Distribution

  12. Edge Distribution Recap

    Slide 20 - Edge Distribution Recap

    • Connects to:
    • Core Layer
    • WAN Block
    • eCommerce Block
    • Internet Block
    • RAS Block
    • Comprised of multiple Layer 3 switches
    • Aggregation point for all of the links of the Enterprise
    • Demarcation point between the Campus and Edge
  13. WAN Block

    Slide 22 - WAN Block

  14. WAN Block Recap

    Slide 23 - WAN Block Recap

    • Connects to the Enterprise Edge
    • Comprised of routers
    • Provides secure connectivity to remote site locations using:
    • MPLS
    • Metro Ethernet
    • Wireless
    • SONET
    • … and much more
  15. eCommerce Block

    Slide 25 - eCommerce Block

  16. eCommerce Block Recap

    Slide 26 - eCommerce Block Recap

    • Connects to the Enterprise Edge
    • Provides a secure Internet presence for companies who require online transactions
    • Comprised of:
    • Web servers
    • Application servers
    • Firewalls
    • IDS
    • IPS
  17. Internet Block Recap

    Slide 28 - Internet Block Recap

  18. Internet Block

    Slide 29 - Internet Block

    • Connects to the Enterprise Edge
    • Provides Internet access for the company
    • Comprised of:
    • Firewalls
    • Routers
    • HTTP Servers
    • SMTP Servers
    • FTP Servers
    • DNS Servers
  19. RAS Block

    Slide 31 - RAS Block

  20. RAS Block Recap

    Slide 32 - RAS Block Recap

    • Connects to the Enterprise Edge
    • Provides remote access into the enterprise campus network
    • Comprised of:
    • Firewalls
    • VPN Concentrators
    • DUN Servers
    • IDS
    • IPS
  21. What you have learned...

    Slide 35 - What you have learned...

  22. Additional Information on CCDA

    Slide 36 - Additional Information on CCDA