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ICND1 3.0: IPv4 Private to Public Network Address Translation


Overview/Description
Target Audience
Prerequisites
Expected Duration
Lesson Objectives
Course Number



Overview/Description
You will be able to implement and verify NAT, PAT, and NTP. This course addresses the needs of NAT and PAT in a privately addressed IPv4 network with Internet connectivity. It will discuss the differences between static NAT, dynamic NAT, and PAT, as well as how you can configure each. This course will also introduce you to Network Time Protocol (NTP).

Target Audience
Anyone, from junior to senior network administrators, who are responsible for the configuration, maintenance, verification, and troubleshooting of Cisco IOS Routers and Switches.

Prerequisites
None

Expected Duration (hours)
3.0

Lesson Objectives

ICND1 3.0: IPv4 Private to Public Network Address Translation

  • start the course
  • describe demarcation point
  • describe provider-assigned IP addresses
  • compare public and private IPv4 addresses
  • implement obtaining an IP address using DHCP
  • implement IPv4 addressing exhaustion workarounds
  • describe NAT
  • describe the types of NAT
  • describe static NAT
  • configure static NAT
  • configure static NAT on a Cisco IOS router
  • describe dynamic NAT
  • configure dynamic NAT
  • verify dynamic NAT configuration
  • describe PAT
  • configure PAT
  • configure PAT with a pool of addresses
  • implement configuring PAT with a pool of addresses
  • describe dynamic NAT on a Cisco IOS router
  • implement dynamic NAT on a Cisco IOS router
  • describe NAT overloading (PAT) on a Cisco IOS router
  • describe PAT using a pool of addresses
  • implement PAT using a pool of addresses
  • describe troubleshooting NAT
  • describe network time protocol
  • configure and verifying NTP
  • implement configuring and verifying NTP
  • describe NTP
  • implement NTP
  • troubleshooting NAT issues
  • Course Number:
    cc_icnd_a09_it_enus