DCS switching


This course will enable participants to gain a broad understanding of all features and aspects of D-Link switching technologies.

  • It aims to provide a comprehensive learning experience and equip participants with an extensive understanding of networking in a LAN switching environment.
  • Upon completion of this course, participants will have all the tools they need to set up, implement, and operate D-Link switches.
  • Participants will have the opportunity to engage in hands-on practice with the material.
  • Students will be exposed to emerging technologies and learn their potential impact on the real world.

 

Target Audience:


  • This course is open to students, professionals, employees, customers, and channel partners.
  • This course is open to those who wish to pursue the D-Link Certified Specialist (DCS) certification.

 

Course Duration: 40 hrs


Course Fees: Rs.5000 (Course fees excluding Service Tax) + Rs. 1250 (Course Material-Optional) + 2500 (Exam Fees)

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Course Outline(Theory): 


Module 1: Network Essentials

  • The fundamentals of networking
  • The basics of TCP/IP
  • Implementing subnets

 

Module 2: D-Link Switch Operation

  • D-Link products and technology
  • D-Link solutions
  • Connecting to the switch
  • D-Link Web-based switch configuration

 

Module 3: VLAN

  • The Switch L2 FDB learning process
  • The concept of 802.1q
  • GVRP

 

Module 4: Spanning Tree Protocol

  • Spanning Tree Protocol (IEEE 802.1D)
  • Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (IEEE 802.1w )

 

Module 5: Switch Stacking

  • The concept of stacking
  • Physical Stacking
  • Virtual Stacking (SIM)
  • Stacking operations

 

Module 6: Routing Basics

  • Basic concepts of routing
  • Static routes
  • Routing Information Protocol (RIP)

 

Module 7: D-Link Switching Features

  • DHCP server and relay
  • Access Control List (ACL)
  • Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP)
  • System Maintenance

Course Outline(Practical):


Lab 1 Objectives 

In this lab, you will apply/test your understanding of the fundamentals of networking and the TCP/IP protocol suite learnt. After completing this lab, you should have a better understanding of networking and the use of IP addressing and subnetting. 

 

Lab 2 Objectives 

In this lab, you will learn to access and configure the Switch for basic Switch operations. After completing this lab, you should be able to connect to the Switch using a serial cable or through terminal emulation, and the basic maintenance commands for the Switch. 

 

Lab 3 Objectives 

In this lab, you will learn to create and configure VLANs on the switch. After completing this lab, you will have acquired the skills to create both static and Dynamic (GVRP) VLANs. 

 
Lab 4 Objectives 
In this lab, you will learn to create and configure a Spanning Tree Protocol (STP). After completing this lab, you should be able to configure STP and RSTP as well as primary and secondary root bridges. 
 
Lab 5 Objectives 
In this lab, you will learn to configure stacking. After completing this lab, you should be able to configure stacking using two different methods: physical and virtual. 
 
Lab 6 Objectives 
In this lab, you will learn to configure routing using two different methods: static and dynamic. 
 
Lab 7 Objectives 
In this lab, you will learn to configure DHCP, ACL, LLDP, and System Maintenance. After completing this lab, you should be able to configure dynamic address 
allocation, permitting or denying traffic, learning about your neighbors, and backing up your firmware and configuration files.

 

For more information you can write us at cse.fetr@gmail.com

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