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Diploma of Information Technology Networking

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Course Overview

This program teaches the essential professional level skills required for the design and implementation of IP Networks in enterprise, service provider, and carrier environments.

Students should learn how to plan and implement complex IP Networks and technologies in enterprise, service provider, and telecommunications carrier environments. The program teaches the related technical, managerial and planning skills that support these activities. The program contains 2 major projects. Each subject is structured as a self-standing professional course covering a specific topic in detail.

A number of subjects included in this program cover the training requirements for specific industry certification programs. Successful completion of such a subject does not on its own entitle a student to the related certification. External certification exams must be passed in order to obtain the respective certification. Fees will be charged by the certifying authorities. Information about how to obtain these certifications will be provided by the course instructors. While students are encouraged to obtain the related certifications, these are not required to successfully complete the program and be granted the associated academic awards.

CURRICULUM

Section 1: Juniper Networks
This subject covers the certification exam objectives of the Juniper Networks JNCIA – Junos certification.

  • Junos Operating System Fundamentals
  • User Interface Options
  • Initial Configuration
  • Secondary System Configuration
  • Operational Monitoring and Maintenance
  • Routing Fundamentals
  • Routing Policy and Firewall Filters
  • Class of Service
  • Protocol-Independent Routing
  • Load Balancing and Filter-Based Forwarding
  • Open Shortest Path First
  • Border Gateway Protocol
  • IP Tunnelling
  • High Availability

Section 2: Juniper Networks
This subject includes the Juniper Networks official courses covering the objectives of the JNCIS Enterprise and Security certification exams. These are; Junos Enterprise Switching, Junos Security, Junos Unified Threat Management.

  • Layer 2 Switching
  • Virtual Networks
  • Spanning Tree
  • Port Security
  • Device Security and Firewall Filters
  • High Availability
  • Zones
  • Security Policies
  • Firewall User Authentication
  • SCREEN Options
  • Network Address Translation
  • IPsec VPNs
  • Introduction to Intrusion Detection and Prevention
  • High Availability Clustering
  • UTM Overview
  • Antispam
  • Full File-Based Antivirus and Express Antivirus
  • Content Filtering and Web Filtering

This subject provides students with MPLS-based virtual private network (VPN) knowledge and configuration examples. The course includes an overview of MPLS concepts such as control and forwarding plane, RSVP Traffic Engineering, LDP, Layer 3 VPNs, next-generation multicast virtual private networks (MVPNs), BGP Layer 2 VPNs, LDP Layer 2 Circuits, and virtual private LAN service (VPLS). This subject also covers Junos operating system-specific implementations of Layer 2 control instances and active interface for VPLS.

  • MPLS Fundamentals
  • Label Distribution Protocols
  • Constrained Shortest Path First
  • Traffic Protection and Optimization
  • Miscellaneous MPLS Features
  • VPN Review
  • Layer 3 VPNs
  • Basic Layer 3VPN Configuration
  • Troubleshooting Layer 3 VPNs
  • Layer 3 VPNs—Advanced Topics
  • Multicast VPNs
  • BGP Layer 2 VPNs
  • Layer 2 VPN Scaling and CoS
  • LDP Layer 2 Circuits
  • Virtual Private LAN Services
  • VPLS Configuration
  • Interprovider VPNs
  • Traffic engineered multicast MPLS for IPTV

Unified Communications is one of the fastest growing segments of the Information Technology and Telecommunications industry and is predicted to be a key driver in the expansion of business network infrastructure and network services. Information Technology professionals with an understanding of how to implement Unified Communications solutions are highly in demand and well placed for an exciting and rewarding career in this dynamic sector. The course covers Asterisk and the environment in which it operates, both in terms of operating system and telephony (traditional and IP) connections. This course will take you from a freshly installed Linux PC through to a fully configured and working Asterisk implementation.

  • Identify the purpose and primary functionality of Asterisk as a PBX and as an application development platform
  • List the functionality associated with a traditional PBX
  • Understand the history of Asterisk and its powerful open source community
  • Define the operating system environments in which Asterisk is developed and supported
  • Describe the telephony connections which Asterisk supports and identify the Digium hardware needed to enable this connectivity
  • Identify the basic characteristics of analog and digital PSTN connections and how VoIP compares and contrasts with these
  • Install and run Asterisk from the packages available for download from www.asterisk.org
  • Configure Asterisk to deliver basic PBX functionality, including basic call routing, voicemail and directory services


This subject covers the key functions and components of VMware vCloud Director and vSphere including the overall architecture, installation, vCenter and virtual machine management, networking, and Storage.

  • VMware vSphere architecture and installation
  • VMware vNetwork configuring Virtual Switches
  • VMware vStorage
  • VMware vCenter Server
  • Creating and working with Virtual Machines

After completing this subject, students should:

  • Know the prerequisites for a VCD 1.0 installation (hardware and co-requisite software)
  • Be able to perform initial setup of VCD in a Red Hat Linux virtual machine
  • Know how to install and configure vShield Manager
  • Understand critical VCD concepts: cell, organization, virtual datacenter, provider networks, organization networks, vApps, vApp networks, catalog
  • Understand the services that vShield Edge provides to VCD
  • Create an external network
  • Create a network pool of virtual-machine networks
  • Create an organization and allocate resources and networks to it
  • Build a vApp within the organization
  • Integrate the vApp into the catalog
  • Understand the relationship of VCD to Chargeback Manager 1.5

Students should learn to design and plan for the provisioning of telecommunications and data centre infrastructure that meets business requirements.

  • Describe the critical factors affecting data centre design
  • Analyse business requirements for data centre infrastructure
  • Analyse and plan for security and Tier level requirements
  • Calculate power, space and cooling requirements
  • Analyse and plan for sustainability requirements
  • Plan for site selection, space and cooling requirements
  • Develop project plans for the deployment of data centre infrastructure & facilities
  • Integrate sustainability requirements
  • Develop a detailed design brief for the provisioning of data centre equipment & facilities
  • Prepare high level drawings for project managers and engineers
  • Understand and apply copyright and ethics


Level Advanced
QUALIFICATION ICT50415
Course Duration 30 Weeks
INSTITUTION ACIT
Branch Gold Coast
Seats Available 30
Domestic Fees $11,500
International Fees $12,700
Price $12,700.00

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