Today, computer networks power everything from banking, shopping and social media to the government and military. The Diploma of Networking is your first step to a career in this exciting and fast-moving industry.
Start with a grounding in network architecture, covering network structures, functions, components and models, then move on to routing and switching essentials and scaling networks for large, complex applications. By the end of the course, you’ll have the skills to set up a computer network, and configure and secure the devices which drive our connected world.
This is a practical course using real equipment, setting you up to jump straight into a job. Networking is about working with people as well as machines, so you’ll team up with other students for practical assessments that test your team-working and troubleshooting skills.
Administering, Installing & Configuring Servers
Learn how to implement Windows Server 2016 infrastructure in an enterprise environment and virtualized the existing server infrastructure into virtual machines. Using Microsoft Management Console (MMC) and PowerShell commands to deploy, manage and maintain the Windows Server infrastructure.
Learn core and advanced concepts of configuring Cisco routers and switches which dominates around 51% of market share and support the fundamental infrastructure of the Internet. Also configure and manage different switches features such as VLAN, VTP, STP, EtherChannel, port security and routing protocols on the router such as EIGRP and OSPF.
Network Theory and Practice
Combined the theory learnt and create the LAN/WAN network using Cisco routers and switches by the Cisco IOS Command Line Interface. Explore the TCP/IP model and subnetting technology as well as WAN concepts of PPP, PPPoE, GRE tunnels and EBGP.
In a team, create proof of concept using the knowledge gained in earlier modules to complete a project, meeting the requirements of the brief, and create a technical report.
Enables students to explore an area of specialisation in the area of networks and network administration.
Microsoft Server 2016 and Packet Tracer, there will also be variations to the interface OS for certain networking equipment.
The specific hardware you will learn to use includes Cisco routers and switches.
$6,866.64 + $340 Student Services Levy
(Eligible for 'fees-free' study)
$20,500 + $2,000 course fee
Certificate in Information Technology and Client Support Level 5 or equivalent, or bachelor-level degree or equivalent, or industry experience, and an interview to determine competence.
International students need to be at least 18 years old.
If your first language is not English, you must demonstrate English language proficiency at the level of IELTS 6.0.
Graduates may sit the following exam: Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)
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