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Introduction toPacket Tracer 1.0OverviewSeptember 2017

Introduction to Packet Tracer Course OverviewDESCRIPTION Teach Packet Tracer features and functionalities Teach students how to add, connect, configure, and troubleshoot networks usingvirtual equipment Teach students how to add, connect, configure and monitor smart devices Teach students how to create, configure and modify a Thing with Packet TracerFEATURES Self-paced course; instructors may also be able to create and teach Instructional and tutorial videos Activities and labs Assessments Course duration: 10 hoursTARGET AUDIENCE Students with minimal knowledge of Packet Tracer Students with some knowledge of networking and IoT Students do not have access to NetAcad instructorsAVAILABILITY Language: English Available September 2017 2016 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential2

Introduction to Packet Tracer 1.0Course OverviewIntroduction to Packet Tracer covers thePacket Tracer user interface, creating asimple network of networking and IoTdevices, using Simulation mode to verifydevice connectivity, modifyingenvironmental elements, and programmingthe IoT devices.Prerequisites: NoneLanguages: EnglishCourse Delivery: Self-paced (also available in CiscoAcademy)Estimated Time to Complete: 10 hoursNext Course: CCNA R&S, IoT FundamentalsLearning ProgressionHigh school and higher education students interested in learning how to use Cisco Packet Tracer tosimulate and visualize a network consisting of networking and IoT devices.Learning Components 8 chapters Interactive Multimedia Content 11 Packet Tracer Activities 2 modifiable chapter quizzes Links to related resources 2016 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential3

Course Design Easy-to-navigate graphical userinterface 8 chapters containing interactivemedia content and accessible text 15 instructional videos with closedcaption 11 Cisco Packet Tracer activities 2 modifiable chapter quizzes Certificate of Completion Available in English 2016 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential4

Course OutlineChapterLearning Objectives 1Introduction to PacketTracer2Packet Tracer UserInterface3Packet Tracer SimulationMode Add networking devices and connect them via cables and wirelessConfigure the intermediate and end devices that make up thenetwork Create a simple PDU to replicate the ICMP and ARP functionality ofa ping in Simulation modeView the contents of the PDUs to verify connectivity, verifyfunctionality, and troubleshoot 4Packet Tracer PhysicalView, and File AssessmentTypesBuild a network from scratch, use a pre-built sample network, orcomplete classroom lab assignmentsDownload and install Packet TracerAuthenticate Packet Tracer with NetAcad.com logon ID Make your network more realistic by adding backgrounds, buildings,and wiring closetsLearn the different Packet Tracer file types: .pkt, .pkz, and .pkaLearn the different assessment types using Packet Tracer: PTMO(Packet Tracer as a Media Object) and PTSA (Packet Tracer Skills 2016 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential5Assessment)

Course OutlineChapterLearning Objectives 5IoT Components in PacketTracer6Creating and Controlling aSmart Home Network 7Packet Tracer EnvironmentControls 8Creating and ProgrammingObjects in Packet Tracer Locate the IoT devices for a Smart Home, Smart City, Industry andSmart GridInteract and connect the IoT devices in a Smart Home to a HomeGatewayLocate, deploy, configure and register the smart devices with theHome GatewayRegister the smart devices with a dedicated Registration ServerIdentify and configure the different environment elements that mayaffect the IoT devicesModify the sunlight and wind speed environment elements and viewtheir effect on the and , using sunlight as an exampleLearn how to create a Thing: Push Button and Toggle Push ButtonLearn how to leverage an existing script to create a new Thing 2016 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential6

Chapter 1: Introduction to Packet TracerLearn how to download, install and authenticateCisco Packet Tracer.Chapter 1 covers Cisco Packet Tracer major productfeatures: Build a network from scratch, use a pre-builtsample network, or complete classroom labassignments Build a network interconnecting a variety of devicesin the Internet of Things Cisco Packet Tracer is supported on Linux,Windows and mobile devices Download and install Packet Tracer Authenticate Packet Tracer with NetAcad.comlogon ID 2016 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential7

Chapter 2: Packet Tracer User InterfaceLearn the Packet Tracer user interface and create asimple network.Chapter 2 covers: Add networking devices and connect them viacables and wireless Packet Tracer Activities (2): Locate, deploy, andcable multiple types of devices Configure the intermediate and end devices thatmake up the network Packet Tracer Activity: Construct a simple PacketTracer network and complete basic configuration ofend devices 2016 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential8

Chapter 3: Packet Tracer Simulation ModeLearn how to use Packet Tracer’s powerfulSimulation mode to verify device connectivity and tostudy how the various types of data traverse yournetwork.Chapter 3 covers: Create a simple PDU to replicate the ICMP andARP functionality of a ping in Simulation mode View the contents of the PDUs to verifyconnectivity, verify functionality, and troubleshoot Packet Tracer Activity: Create and view the contentof a Simple PDU in Simulation Mode. Create acomplex PDU 2016 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential9

Chapter 4: Packet Tracer Physical View, andFile Assessment TypesLearn how to place a logical network topology into aphysical context with Physical view. Learn thedifferent Packet Tracer and Assessment typesChapter 4 covers: Make your network more realistic by addingbackgrounds, buildings, and wiring closets Packet Tracer Activity: Apply a physical view to alogical network Learn the different Packet Tracer file types: .pkt,.pkz, and .pka Learn the different assessment types using PacketTracer: PTMO (Packet Tracer as a Media Object)and PTSA (Packet Tracer Skills Assessment) 2016 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential10

Chapter 5: IoT Components in Packet TracerLearn how to interact and connect IoT devices in aSmart HomeChapter 5 covers: Locate the IoT devices for a Smart Home, SmartCity, Industry and Smart Grid Interact and connect the IoT devices in a SmartHome to a Home Gateway Packet Tracer Activity: Open a Packet Tracer filewith an existing home network, explore the deviceson the network and then add additional wired andwireless IoT devices 2016 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential11

Chapter 6: Creating and Controlling a SmallSmart Home NetworkLearn how to connect and control smart devices in aSmart Home.Chapter 6 covers: Locate, deploy, configure and register the smartdevices with the Home Gateway Packet Tracer Activity: Configure and monitor IoTdevices through the Home Gateway Register the smart devices with a dedicatedRegistration Server Packet Tracer Activity: Configure and monitor IoTdevices through the Registration Server 2016 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential12

Chapter 7: Packet Tracer EnvironmentControlsLearn how to modify environmental elements and seetheir effect on the IoT devices.Chapter 7 covers: Identify and configure the different environmentelements that may affect the IoT devices Modify the sunlight and wind speed environmentelements and view their effect on the and , usingsunlight as an example Packet Tracer Activity: Use the Physical view inPacket Tracer to view and edit the environmentalcontrols 2016 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential13

Chapter 8: Creating and ProgrammingObjects in Packet TracerLearn how to modify environmental elements and seetheir effect on the IoT devices.Chapter 8 covers: Learn how to create a Thing: Push Button andToggle Push Button Learn how to leverage an existing script to create anew Thing Packet Tracer Activity: Create a new IoT Thing: asecurity camera, and save it Packet Tracer Activity: Modify an IoT Thing: asecurity camera, 2016 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential14

Cisco Confidential 3 Introduction to Packet Tracer 1.0 Course Overview Introduction to Packet Tracer covers the Packet Tracer user interface, creating a simple network of networking and IoT devices, using

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