- Engineers who need to master basic datacom knowledge and capabilities
- Those who have capabilities in small and medium-sized network planning, deployment implementation, and O&M optimization
- Basic knowledge of the TCP/IP protocol stack
- Basic principles of the Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) routing protocol and its implementation in Huawei routers
- Ethernet technology, spanning tree, VLAN, stacking technology and their implementation in Huawei switches
- Network security technology and their implementation in Huawei routing and switching devices
- WLAN technologies and basic principles and their implementation on Huawei wireless devices;
- Basic principles of network management (such as SNMP)
- Basic principles of WAN protocols (such as PPP) and their implementation on Huawei routers
- Basic knowledge of IPv6 and basic principles and implementation of ICMPv6 and DHCPv6
- Basic principles of SDN and implementation of Huawei products and solutions
- Basic principles of programming automation
HCIA-Datacom V1.0 includes the following contents: Routing and switching principles, basic WLAN principles, basic knowledge of network security, basic knowledge of network management and O&M, and basic knowledge of SDN and programming automation.
Training Method: Theoretic teaching+Hands-on practice
Course Level: HCIA
After completing the training, you will be able to:
- Understand the definition of data communication and the capability model of data communication engineers.
- Understand the network reference model and the entire data communication process.
- Be familiar with the VRP system and be able to perform basic operations.
- Understand IPv4 address protocol and related concepts
- Understand the forwarding principles of Layer 3 devices such as routers and Layer 3 switches.
- Understand the concept of routing and use static route or OSPF to build a Layer 3 network.
- Understand basic Ethernet concepts and describe the functions and working principles of Layer 2 switching devices.
- Be familiar with common Ethernet protocols, such as VLAN, Spanning Tree Protocol, link aggregation and stacking.
- Configure ACLs and AAA to provide basic security solutions for the network.
- Be familiar with the NAT protocol and master the NAT configuration in different scenarios.
- Master the configuration of common services on enterprise networks, such as DHCP, FTP and Telnet.
- Understand basic WLAN concepts and complete basic configurations of small or medium-sized WLAN networks.
- Understand basic WAN concepts and WAN solutions such as MPLS and SR.
- Have general knowledge of basic concepts of enterprise network management.
- Be familiar with traditional network management and SDN-based network management solutions.
- Have a good command of IPv6 protocols and be able to build small-scale IPv6 networks.
- Have a good command of the campus network construction process. Be able to independently construct small-sized campus networks.
- Understand the basic concepts of SDN and programming automation and master the basics of Python.
- Who wants to become Data Communication Engineers
- Who wants to obtain the HCIA-Datacom Certification
- Be familiar with PC operations.
- Basic understanding of IT technologies and network knowledge
1. Data Communication and Network Basics
1.1 Data Communication Network Basics
- Basic Concepts of Data Communication
- Data Transfer Process
- Network Devices and Basic Functions
- Network Type and Topology Type
- Network Engineering
- Network Engineers
1.2 Network Reference Model
- What is Data and Data Transfer
- Common Standard Protocols
- Layered Model Concept
- Application Layer and Related Protocols
- Transport Layer and Related Protocols
- Network Layer and Related Protocols
- Data link Layer and Related Protocols
- Physical Layer and Related Protocols
- Data Transfer, Encapsulation and Decapsulation
1.3 Huawei VRP Basics
- Common Network Devices
- VRP Basics
- CLI Command Views
- Basic Commands and Function Keys of the CLI
2. Constructing an Interconnected IP Network
2.1 Network Layer Protocol and IP Addressing
- Network Layer Protocol
- Concept, Classification, and Special IP Addresses of IPv4
- IP Network and IP Subnet Calculation
- IP Network Address Planning
2.2 IP Routing Basics
- Basic Working Principles of Routers
- Routing Table Concepts
- Routing and Forwarding Features
- Static Route Configuration
2.3 OSPF Basics
- Basic Features of OSPF
- OSPF Application Scenarios
- Working Principle of OSPF
- Basic OSPF configurations
3. Constructing an Ethernet Switching Network
3.1 Ethernet Switching Basics
- Basic Concepts of Ethernet
- Concept of MAC Address
- Working Process and Principles of Layer 2 Switches
- Composition and Formation of a MAC Address Table
3.2 VLAN Principles and Configuration
- Background of VLAN
- Basic Concepts and Principles of VLAN
- VLAN Data Communication Process on a Layer 2 Network
- Basic VLAN Configuration
3.3 Spanning Tree Protocol
- Background of STP
- Basic Concepts and Working Principles of STP
- Basic Concepts of RSTP and Improvements Compared with STP
- Basic STP Configuration
- Other Layer 2 Loop Elimination Technologies
3.4 Ethernet Link Aggregation and Switch Stacking
- Basic Concepts of Link Aggregation
- Working Principles of Manual Link Aggregation
- Working Principles and Features of Link Aggregation in LACP Mode
- Basic Concepts of iStack and CSS
3.5 Implements Communication Between VLANs.
- Working Principles of Sub-interfaces
- Working Mechanism of Layer 3 Switches
- Sub-interface Configuration
- VLANIF Configuration
4. Network Security and Network Access Basics
4.1 ACL Principles and Configuration
- Basic Principles and Functions of ACLs
- Basic Structure and Matching Order of ACL Rules
- Usage of Wildcard mask
- Basic ACL Configuration
4.2 AAA Principles and Configuration
- Basic Principles and Application Scenarios of AAA
- Basic Configuration of the Local AAA
4.3 NAT Basics
- Background of NAT
- NAT Classification and Technical Principles
- NAT Configuration in Different Scenarios
5. Network Services and Applications
5.1 Network Services and Applications
- Principles of TFTP, FTP, DHCP, and HTTP
- Configuration of FTP and DHCP
6. WLAN Basics
6.1 WLAN Overview
- Basic Concepts of WLAN and History of 802.11 Protocol suite
- WLAN devices
- WLAN Networking Mode
- WLAN Working Process
- Basic WLAN Configuration
7. WAN Basics
7.1 WAN Technology Basics
- Basic WAN Concepts
- Common WAN Technologies
- Working Principles of PPP and PPPoE
- Configuring PPP and PPPoE
- Basic Concepts of MPLS/SR
8. Network Management and O&M
8.1 Network Management and O&M
- Basic Concepts of the NMS and O&M
- Common NMS and O&M Methods and Tools
- Working Principle of SNMP
- SDN-based NMS and O&M Solution
9. IPv6 Basics
9.1 IPv6 Basics
- Comparison Between IPv6 and IPv4
- Basic Concepts of IPv6
- Format and Principle of the IPv6 Packet Header
- IPv6 Address Format and Address Type
- IPv6 Address Configuration Method and Procedure
- Static and Dynamic IPv6 Address Configuration
- IPv6 Static Route Configuration
10. SDN and Automation Basics
10.1 SDN and NFV Basics
- Basic SDN Concepts
- Huawei SDN Products and Solutions
- Basic NFV Concepts
- Huawei NFV Products and Solutions
10.2 Network Programming and Automation
- Traditional Network O&M Status Analysis
- Implementation of Network Automation
- Programming Language
- Python Coding Specifications
- Implement Basic Automatic O&M Using Python telnetlib.
11. Typical Campus Network Architectures and Practices
11.1 Typical Networking Architecture and Cases
- Campus Network Architecture
- Campus Network Lifecycle
- Campus Network Construction Cases
- Campus Network Construction Practice
You need to pass the following exam(s) to obtain the certificate.
Exam Code: H12-811
Exam Type: Written examination
Exam Format: Single Answer, Multiple Answer, True-false Question
Passing Score/Total Score: 600/1000
Language: Chinese, English, Spanish