HCIA-Access Course Overview

HCIA-Access Course Overview

The HCIA-Access course is a comprehensive training program designed to equip learners with a deep understanding of access network technologies and their evolution. It covers various modules from the basics of network communication to the principles of advanced access technologies such as GPON and xDSL. Throughout the course, participants will delve into the PON system, explore VLAN technology, and understand routing fundamentals. They will also gain hands-on experience with GPON OLT and ONU operations, and learn about network management systems (NMS) such as eSight and iManager U2000.

Learners will benefit from practical insights into configuring data services, understanding DHCP and PPPoE protocols, and maintaining optical distribution networks (ODN). The course will also guide them through the transition from GPON to XG(S)-PON, highlighting the technical principles and typical networking scenarios. By completing the HCIA-Access course, participants will be well-prepared to design, implement, and manage modern access networks, paving the way for a successful career in the field of network engineering.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure that you can successfully undertake training in the HCIA-Access course, the following minimum prerequisites are recommended:

  • Basic understanding of computer networks, including familiarity with network topologies and network devices such as routers and switches.
  • Knowledge of the OSI model and an understanding of its layers, particularly the physical, data link, and network layers.
  • Familiarity with the TCP/IP protocol suite and the function of key protocols such as IP, TCP, UDP, and ICMP.
  • Awareness of Ethernet standards and operation, including concepts related to switching and VLANs.
  • An introductory level of knowledge about IP addressing and subnetting.
  • Basic familiarity with command line interface (CLI) operations, which is helpful for configuring and troubleshooting network devices.
  • Understanding of the principles behind WAN technologies and access networks, although specific knowledge of PON or xDSL technologies is not a strict prerequisite, as it will be covered during the course.

These prerequisites are intended to provide a solid foundation for understanding the concepts taught in the HCIA-Access course. Individuals with a background in computer science, information technology, or a related field may find it easier to grasp the course material. However, motivated learners with less experience are encouraged to engage with the material, as the course is designed to introduce and explain the key concepts of access network technologies.

Target Audience for HCIA-Access

The HCIA-Access course offers in-depth training on access network technologies, targeting professionals in networking and telecommunications.

  • Network Engineers and Technicians
  • Telecommunication Support Engineers
  • IT Support Staff working with access network technologies
  • Network Designers and Architects focused on access solutions
  • Network Administrators overseeing PON, xDSL, or GPON systems
  • IT Professionals looking to understand Huawei Access Network solutions
  • Technical Sales Representatives specializing in networking hardware
  • Product Managers involved with access network equipment or services
  • Network Analysts seeking knowledge in evolving access technologies
  • Students and Graduates aiming for a career in networking or telecommunications

Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this HCIA-Access?

Introduction to HCIA-Access Course Learning Outcomes

Gain in-depth knowledge of access network technologies, including PON, xDSL, VLANs, and GPON systems, and learn to configure and maintain these networks using Huawei's equipment and NMS tools.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes

  • Understand the evolution, characteristics, and applications of wired communication access networks, focusing on PON technology.
  • Grasp the basics of data communication, including the TCP/IP protocol stack and Ethernet technologies.
  • Learn about VLAN technology principles, including creation, configuration, and implementation, as well as their application in access networks.
  • Acquire knowledge of IP routing, static routes, and inter-VLAN routing to manage network traffic efficiently.
  • Get an overview of PON systems and learn how to work with PON devices for network deployment.
  • Delve into GPON principles, architecture, protocol analysis, technologies, and management for effective service provisioning.
  • Explore XG(S)-PON systems, understand their technical principles, and learn about the evolution from GPON to XG(S)-PON.
  • Understand the principles and applications of xDSL technologies, including ADSL, VDSL, and G.fast, and their role in high-speed internet service configuration.
  • Learn the fundamentals of PPP and PPPoE protocols, DHCP principles, and their networking applications.
  • Gain practical skills in configuring and operating Huawei GPON OLTs and ONUs, including service deployment and maintenance.