CCNA1 ITN Module 3 - Protocols and Models


Date Subject Lesson Plan
10/05/21 CCNA1

Start Module 3 - Protocols and Models (Computer Science Topics)

Read/Study: CCNA 200-301 Official Cert Guide, Vol. 1, Chapter 1: Intro to TCP/IP Networking

Link: Module 3 Reading Organizer

Read: 3.0.1 Why should I take this module?

Read: 3.0.2 What will I learn to do in this module? (Review this at the end of the unit!)

Activity: 3.0.3 Class Activity - Design a Communications System Do not do

Start Module 3, Section 1 - The Rules (Communication Rules)

Video: 3.1.1 Devices in a Bubble (3:44)

Read: 3.1.2 Communications Fundamentals
All communication methods also have three elements in common:

  • Source, destination, channel

Read: 3.1.3 Communication Protocols

Read: 3.1.4 Rule Establishment

  • An identified sender and receiver
  • Common language and grammar
    • For communication to occur, devices must know “how" (pictures, words, smoke signals) to communicate. Example: Egyption hieroglyphs
  • Speed and timing of delivery
  • Confirmation or acknowledgment requirements
  • Protocols:
    • Message Encoding
    • Message Formatting and Encapsulation
    • Message Size
    • Message Timing
    • Message Delivery Options

Read: 3.1.5 Network Protocol Requirements

Read: 3.1.6 Message Encoding

Read: 3.1.7 Message Formatting and Encapsulation

Read: 3.1.8 Message Size

Read: 3.1.9 Message Timing

Read: 3.1.10 Message Delivery Options

Read: 3.1.11 A Note About the Node Icon

Activity: 3.1.12 Check Your Understanding - The Rules

Assignment: Module 3 Reading Organizer questions 1-8

  A+ Hardware

Start Chapter 1, Section 3 - Computer Disassembly

Embedded Video: 1.3.1.1 Video Explanation - Technician's Toolkit

Activity: 1.3.1.2 Check Your Understanding - Technician’s Toolkit

Embedded Video: 1.3.2.1 Video Demonstration – Computer Disassembly

10/06/21 CCNA1

Whether you are a network professional or a network hack, your skill is determined by how well you really understand digital communication. Module 3 introduces you to digital communication. You will need a detailed understanding of data communication to troubleshoot and repair network problems in your career.

Review: Module 2 Test

Activity: Subnet Practice Class C

Lab: Practical 1 - Switch and one computer

  A+

Review: Chapter 1
Study: Chapter 1 Test

10/07/21 CCNA1

Academy shirts on by 8:00 please or -15 points penalty. No exceptions. No warnings.

Please refrain from Internet surfing/wasting time. Use class time constructively!Upon completion of this chapter, you will begin to "think" like a networker.

Check Progress Book!!

Activity: Subnet Practice Class C

This chapter requires a lot of memorization and a deep understanding of communication protocols.

Start Module 3, Section 2 - Protocols
Video: Professor Messer: Common Network Protocols (8:00)

Read: 3.2.1 Network Protocol Overview

Read: 3.2.2 Network Protocol Functions

Read: 3.2.3 Protocol Interaction

Activity: 3.2.4 Check Your Understanding - Protocols

Assignment: Module 3 Reading Organizer questions 9-13

  A+

Test: Chapter 1 Test 9:15 am (45 minutes)

10/11/20 CCNA1

You must become an expert at subnetting. Please give the lessons and practice your full attention and effort. If you cannot or do not know how to subnet by the end of the year, I will advise you to find another career field to pursue.

Activity: Subnet Practice Class C

Discussion: Mnumonic Fact Sheet

Start Module 3, Section 3 - Protocol Suites

Video: YouTube: What are Protocols & Standards? (4:44)

Read: 3.3.1 Network Protocol Suites

Read: 3.3.2 Evolution of Protocol Suites

Read: 3.3.3 TCP/IP Protocol Example

Read: 3.3.4 TCP/IP Protocol Suite (Memorize the 4 layers!)

Video: Professor Messer: The TCP/IP Protocol Suite (2:26)

  • Memorize the four layers of the TCP/IP model
  • You will need to memorize the protocols in each layer
  • Create a mnemonic that's meaningful to you to memorize the 4 layers
  • Index Card - TCP/IP Model Layers
  • Many of these protocols are running at the same time in the background

Read: 3.3.5 TCP/IP Communication Process

Activity: 3.3.6 Check Your Understanding - Protocol Suites

Assignment: Module 3 Reading Organizer questions 14-20

  A+ Hardware

Review: Chapter 1 Test

Start Chapter 2 - PC Assembly

  • Righty-tighty, lefty-loosey
  • Use the right size screwdriver for the right sized screw
  • Tighten until snug only
  • Do not strip screws.
  • Reinstall screws with correct fastener - look at the threads!!
  • Should be NO hardware left over.
  • Do not leave loose hardware in computer case.

 

10/12/21 CCNA1

Activity: Subnet Practice Class C #4

Start Module 3, Section 4 - Standards Organizations

Read: 3.4.1 Open Standards

Video: YouTube: This is Our Internet: Open standards and why they matter (6:58)

  A+ Hardware

Lab: 1.3.2.2 Disassemble a Computer

Link: Computer Repair Form

10/14/21 CCNA1

Subnet Practice Class C #5

Link: Akron U. Cybersecurity Degree Program

Read: 3.4.2 Internet Standards

  • Promotes open Internet
    • 1. Become familiar with the heiarchy of the standards organizations
    • 2. Understand role of ICANN & IANA (Important to us)
  • Video: ICANN and the 7 Keys to the Internet (5:03)

Read: 3.4.3 Electronic and Communications Standards

  • Major Standards Organizations
    • Open standards - guidlines for everyone to develop products that work together
  • Don't own/run Internet, but helps set the rules (guidelines) so everything works globally
    • Can't have people driving through backyards
    • Driving down side streets at 100 mph
    • Rules make it fair for everyone equally
    • All important, but IEEE & IANA especially important to networkers

Lab: 3.4.4 Research Networking Standards

Activity: 3.4.5 Check Your Understanding - Standards Organizations

Assignment: Module 3 Reading Organizer questions 21-23

  A+ Hardware

Lab: 1.3.2.2 Disassemble a Computer (Do not remove motherboard or CPU yet!!)

Video: Professor Messer: Managing Electrostatic Discharge (3:16)

  • ESD - 3,000 volts to feel it. 30 volts to destroy IC
  • Follow ESD recommendations in text
  • EMI
    • Electrical motors
    • Fluorescent lights
  • RFI
    • Microwaves
    • Wireless phones
    • Lightning
    • Sun spots
  • Climate
    • low humidity, ESD increases
    • high humidity, moisture/corrosion can occur
10/15/21 CCNA1

Link: BPA Contest Listing

Subnet Practice Class C - Hosts #6

Start Module 3, Section 5 - Reference Models

Read: 3.5.1 The Benefits of Using a Layered Model

Read: 3.5.2 The OSI Reference Model (Memorize the 7 layers!)
Video: Professor Messer: Understanding the OSI Model (8:28)

  • Please do not throw sausage pizza away
  • All people seem to need data processing

Read: 3.5.3 The TCP/IP Protocol Model (Memorize the 4 layers!)

Read: 3.5.4 OSI and TCP/IP Model Comparison (Be able to replicate this diagram!)

Video: And the Internet was Born: The Creation of the ARPANET (9:58)

  • Know what ARPANET is!

PT: 3.5.5 Investigate the TCP/IP and OSI Models in Action - Do the Challenge Question (Due Monday)

Assignment: Module 3 Reading Organizer questions 24-28

  A+

None today

10/18/21 CCNA1
Section 2

PT: 3.5.5 Investigate the TCP/IP and OSI Models in Action - Do the Challenge Question (Due today)

CBTNugg: 100-101 #03: Speaking the Language of the OSI Model (47:43)

Start Module 3, Section 6 - Data Encapsulation

Read: 3.6.2 Sequencing

Read: 3.6.3 Protocol Data Units (PDUs)

Video: PDU Explained (6:48)

Read: 3.6.4 Encapsulation Example

Read: 3.6.5 De-encapsulation Example

  • Understand the encapsulation/de-encapsulation process
  • Read process as many times as needed to begin to understand

Activity: 3.6.6 Check Your Understanding - Data Encapsulation

Assignment: Module 3 Reading Organizer questions 29-35

  A+

Lab: 1.3.2.2 Disassemble a Computer (Remove Motherboard)

  • Show me your PC so I can sign off lab
  • Remove motherboard and stop
10/19/21 CCNA1
Section 2

Assignment: TCP/IP Model practice worksheet (5 pts.)

Start Module 3, Section 7 - Data Access
Video: MicroNugget: What are IP and MAC Addresses? (5:41)

Read: 3.7.1 Addresses

Read: 3.7.2 Layer 3 Logical Address

Read: 3.7.3 Devices on the Same Network

Read: 3.7.4 Role of the Data Link Layer Addresses: Same IP Network

Read: 3.7.5 Role of the Network Layer Addresses

Read: 3.7.6 Role of the Network Layer Addresses

Read: 3.7.7 Role of the Data Link Layer Addresses: Different IP Networks

Read: 3.7.8 Data Link Addresses

Activity: 3.3.2.4a Local vs. Remote Destination Worksheet

Essential Information:

  • MAC address are used to get frame from device to neighboring device
  • IP address is used to get frame to the ultimate destination
  • MAC address is a layer 2 "physical" address
  • IP address is a layer 3 "logical" address
  • 4 addresses are needed for communication:
    • A source and destination MAC address
    • A source and destination IP address

Assignment: Module 3 Reading Organizer questions 36-48 (end)

  A+

Video: How thermal compound spreads (2:39)

Video: How-to apply thermal compound (4:33) Asus
Video: How to apply thermal compound (3:55) Arctic

  1. Should have already removed motherboard from computer case.
  2. Remove cooler from CPU and remove old thermal compound with alcohol pad
  3. Remove old thermal compound from CPU with alcohol pad
  4. Remove and replace CPU from motherboard socket - WATCH ORIENTATION TO SOCKET!!
  5. Apply new thermal compound to CPU
  6. Reinstall cooling system to CPU
  7. Reinstall motherboard in case - then STOP
  8. I need to sign off on your motherboard installation.
10/20/21 CCNA1

Lab: 3.7.9 Install Wireshark (or update)

Lab: 3.7.10 Use Wireshark to View Network Traffic

Activity: 3.7.11 Check Your Understanding - Data Access

  A+

Start Chapter 2 - PC Assembly

Activity: Explore Chapter 2

Image: Handy Tip - Screw and Tape

Read: 2.0.1.1 Welcome

Questions to ask before building a computer:

  • What is it going to be used for?
  • What type of components do I want to connect to it?
  • How much money do I have to spend?
  • How many and what types of external devices will be connected to the computer? 
  • Do you require a RAID system? 
  • Does the client require older or proprietary components to be connected?
  • Do you need to install a powerful graphics card?

Video: NewEgg TV: How To Build a Computer - Part 1 - Choosing Your Components (24:32)


10/21/21 CCNA1

Video: The next "Big Thing"? (2:10)

Start Module 3, Section 8 - Module Practice and Quiz

Read: 3.8.1 What did I learn in this module?

Activity: 3.8.2 Module Quiz - Protocols and Models

Study: Chapters 1-3 Module Group Exams

Review Video: Into To Networks v7 - Module 1 (35:14)
Review Video: Intro To Networks v7 - Module 2, Part 1 of 2 (17:47)
Review Video: Intro To Networks v7 - Module 2, Part 2 of 2 (17:40)
Review Video: Intro To Networks v7 - Module 3, Part 1 of 2 (15:55)
Review Video: Intro To Networks v7 - Module 3, Part 2 of 2 (15:25)

  A+

Enbedded Video: 2.1.1.1 Video Explanation - General and Fire Safety
Video: Professor Messer: Computer Safety (5:04)

  • Turn off AND unplug computer (hit the on/off switch a few times)
  • Know location of fire extinguishers
  • PASS (Pull, aim, squeexe, sweep)
  • Types of fires: A-Consumable; B-Liquids; C-Electrical; D-Metals K-Kitchen (Know these)
  • Know escape routes

Embedded Video: 2.1.2.1 Video Demonstration - Install the Power Supply

Activity: 2.1.2.2 Check Your Understanding – Install the Power Supply

Read: 2.1.2.3 Select the Case and Fans

  • The type of motherboard you choose determines the type of case that can be used. The size and shape must match exactly.
  • Cases often come with a power supply preinstalled. In this situation, you still need to verify that the power supply provides enough power to operate all the components that will be installed in the case.

Read: 2.1.2.4 Select a Power Supply

  • Compatible with motherboard
  • Modular or other
  • Supply required wattage + 25% expansion
  • Right connectors
  • Fit in case

Link: Power Supply Calculator

Lab: 2.1.2.5 Install the Power Supply

10/22/21 CCNA1

Assignment: Subnet Practice #7

LearnKey Username & Password: FLast Netacad211!

Link to LearnKey

Discussion: LearnKey Orientation

Review: Module PowerPoints:
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3

On your own: Review: Modules 1-3

Read/Study: CCNA 200-301 Official Cert Guide, Vol. 1, Chapter 1: Intro to TCP/IP Networking

  A+ Hardware

Link: PC Barebones

Video: NewEgg TV: How To Build a Computer - Part 2 - The Build (43:40)

Embedded Video: 2.1.3.1 Video Demonstration - Install the CPU

Activity: 2.1.3.2 Check Your Understanding - Install the CPU

Embedded Video: 2.1.3.3 Install the RAM

Activity: 2.1.3.4 Check Your Understanding - Install the RAM

Embedded Video: 2.1.3.5 Install the Motherboard

Activity: 2.1.3.6 Check Your Understanding - Install the Motherboard

Read: 2.1.3.7 Select the Motherboard

Read: 2.1.3.8 Select the CPU and CPU Cooling

Link: PC Part Picker

  • CPU is most expensive component
  • Must fit motherboard socket
  • Will determine system performance
  • Choose cooling type
  • Cooler must fit case

Read: 2.1.3.9 Select the RAM
Video: Professor Messer: Understanding PC Memory (10:59)

Lab: 2.1.3.10 Install the Motherboard in a Computer

Embedded Video: 2.1.4.1 Install the Drives

Read: 2.1.4.2 Select Hard Drives

  • Internal or external
  • HDD, SSD, or SSHD
  • Hot-swappable
  • Heat generation
  • Noise generation
  • Power requirements

Video: PCI SSD M.3 (20:00)

Read: 2.1.4.3 Select Optical Drives

Read: 2.1.4.4 Install the Hard Drive

Read: 2.1.4.5 Install the Optical Drive

Activity: 2.1.4.6 Check Your Understanding - Installing Drives

Lab: 2.1.4.7 Install the Drives

Embedded Video: 2.1.5.1 Install the Adapter Cards

Read: 2.1.5.2 Select Adapter Cards

  • Graphics card
  • Sound card
  • Storage Controllers
  • I/O Cards
  • NICs
  • Capture Cards

Activity: 2.1.5.3 Other Factors for Adapter Card Selection

Read: 2.1.5.4 Install the Adapter Cards
Video: Professor Messer: Installing and Configuring Expansion Cards (8:09)

Activity: 2.1.5.5 Check Your Understanding - Installing Adapter Cards

Lab: 2.1.5.6 Install Adapter Card

10/25/21 CCNA1

Assignment: Class C Subnet problem #8

Review Video: Jason Johnson CCNA1, Module 3, Part 1 (15:55)
Review Video: Jason Johnson CCNA1, Module 3, Part 2 (15:25)

8:15: Test: Modules 1-3

Start Module 4