The CCNA course includes concepts and configuration of Local Area Networks (LANS), Switching, Wide Area Networking (WAN), and Router Technologies. After the completion of the CCNA module the candidate will be able to : Understand Router Administraton, Upgrading Router Hardware, Software, Backup and Restore Configuration. They will be able to describe the features and operations of VLANs, VTP, IEEE 802. IQ, ISL and Spanning Tree (802. Id), configure Static and Dynamic Routing including RIP, IGRP, EIGRP, and OSPF, use cisco IOS commands to configure Standarad and Extended Access Lists. Cisco’s CCNA certification proves that you have a firm foundation in the most important components of the Cisco product line – namely, routers and switches, it also proves that you have a broad knowledge of protocols and networking technologies.