Managing IP Traffic on Cisco Networks

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.


To describe and configure efficient network traffic restrictions and security using properly implemented access list management and address translation

Target Audience

Network administrators responsible for implementing and managing small and medium-sized business networks; network technicians who install network devices in small business environments; Cisco channel resellers who are new to Cisco products and services


Familiarity with Cisco’s Internetworking Technology Multimedia (ITM) or CCNA Basics; a working knowledge of networking terminology and topologies, including network protocols, the roles of network devices, and the OSI reference model; a knowledge of binary and hexadecimal numbering, while not essential, would be an advantage

Expected Duration

230 min.

Course Objectives

Managing IP Traffic on Cisco Networks

  • explain the requirement for access lists.
  • describe access list operation and configuration.
  • describe how access lists filter by protocols and packet details.
  • explain how wildcards are used in access list configuration.
  • explain the rules governing access list configuration.
  • demonstrate how to control network access using access control lists.
  • implement and manage standard access lists using IOS commands.
  • describe extended access lists, and explain how to configure them and determine their effectiveness.
  • implement and manage standard access control lists (ACL) using IOS commands.
  • explain the ideal implementation of access lists.
  • describe the features and operation of Network Address Translation (NAT) and Port Address Translation (PAT).
  • describe the commands used to configure address translation and overloading.
  • verify and troubleshoot NAT and PAT configurations.