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CIS 320 - Secure Routers and Switches Architecture

5 Credits
This course is a hands-on and career-oriented learning solution with an emphasis on designing and securing routed and switched network. CIS320 lays the foundation for the next two classes in the certificate program. Students in class will gain practical experience about Cisco router and switch basics and IOS configuration. The curriculum helps them develop specialized security skills to advance their careers and academic achievement. In addition, this course helps prepare Cisco certification exams such as CCNA and CCNA Security. The main focus on this course is to deliver 21st century learning experience to help students develop the foundational information and communication technology skills needed to design, configure, build, troubleshoot and secure the network architecture.

Program Admission Required Yes Admitted Program BAS - CIS
Fees CF

Designed to Serve For students admitted to the BAS program in CyberSecurity and Forensics.
Active Date 2015-06-08

Grading System Decimal Grade
Class Limit 24
Contact Hours: Lecture 44 Lab 22 Worksite 0 Clinical 0 Other 0
Total Contact Hours 66
Degree Distributions:
Course Outline
Network Security Fundamentals

Intranet, Extranet, Internet, Access Layer, Distribute Layer, Core Layer, Security Life Cycle, Bastion Host, Proxy, Firewall, DMZ, HoneyPots, VPN



Common Security Threats

DoS, DDoS, Port Scanning, Illicit software, Virus, Attacking Life Cycle, Malware



Introduction to Cisco routers and switches and Securing IOS

Physical Media, Terminal Emulator, Layer 1 configuration, Intro to IOS and configuration, backing up IOS and configuration file, securing IOS and configuration files



Configuring and securing layer 3 protocols

Configure RIP, OSPF, EIGRP with PPP authentication



Security and Cisco routers

Implement security on Cisco routers, securing the control, data and management plane, Cisco Security Manager, IPV4 and IPV6 security issues and transition



AAA on Cisco Devices

Implement Authentication, Authorization and Accounting (AAA), TACCACS+, RADIUS, Describe AAA, Verify AAA functionality



Switch Security

Implementing Cisco switch security, Port Security, Sticky MAC Address, Automatic Shutdown



IOS ACLS

Standard and Extended Account Control List and Named IP IOS ACLs to filter packets, Consideration when building ACLs, Implement IP ACLs to mitigate threats in a network



Common Layer 2 Attacks and Prevention

Layer 2 security using Cisco switches, Vlan security, implement Vlan and Vlan Trunking, Router on Stick



Secure Network Management and Reporting

Describe secure network management; implement secure network management, Prepare network security incident report



Student Learning Outcomes
Prepare report and design network that will cover the major components of network security fundamentals. Use Visio and Microsoft Word and PowerPoints. Present report to class

Prepare report about common security threats. Share your report with your community. Define the most common threats with graphical comparison

Connecting routers and switches and configuring IOS

Implement and configuring routing protocols with authentication protocols

Prepare and configure routers with IPV6, IPV4 and secure data transmission and demonstrate compacting IPV6

Configure and connect to routers with TACCACS+

Configuring PortSecurity on Cisco switches

Configure routers to filter out ports and protocols. Apply ACL to routers by using the wildmask

Configuring Vlan, Vlan trunking and Router on Stick

Prepare network management and incident report. Threat analysis and the threat/risk metrics must be included in the report



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