CIT: Cisco Internetwork Troubleshooting

5 Day Course
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Establishing a Baseline (2 topics)

  • Creating Network Configuration Documentation
  • Creating End-System Network Configuration Documentation

Determining an Effective Troubleshooting Strategy (4 topics)

  • Applying a Layered Model to a Network
  • Describing a General Troubleshooting Process
  • Gathering Symptoms
  • Selecting a Troubleshooting Approach

Resolving Problems at the Transport and Application Layers (2 topics)

  • Isolating the Problem
  • Correcting the Problem

Resolving Problems at the Physical and Data Link Layers (2 topics)

  • Isolating the Problem
  • Correcting the Problem

Resolving Problems at the Network Layer (2 topics)

  • Isolating the Problem
  • Correcting the Problem


The delegate is required to meet the following prerequisites:
  • Completion of ICND, Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices.
  • Completion of BCMSN, Building Cisco Multilayer Switched Networks.
  • Completion of the BSCI, Building Scalable Cisco Internetworks
Target Audience: CIT provides advanced training for senior-level network support professionals. The target audience is expected to be highly educated, with a background in engineering. They tend to be well organized, logical, and thoughtful. Many among the target audience will be self-directed learners, researching topics to answer their own question. Their intellectual curiosity, coupled with their ability to evaluate information for relevance, completeness, and accuracy, could lead to situations where learners race ahead of the instructor's presentation in the classroom.

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