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Double Pack MTCNA and MTCWE in Montreal

Pre-requisites: Basic Knowledge on IT and Networking

Instructor: Renato L. Garzillo,MTCNA,MTCRE,MTCTCE,MTCWE,MTTrainer,B.Ing.


The MTCNA course is the entry-level certification for Mikrotik family products. The student will learn the basics about how to configure and interact with the router, until basic interconnection applications with it. The outline of the course follows bellow:

  • Module 1- Introduction
  • Module 2- Routing
  • Module 3- Bridging
  • Module 4- Wireless
  • Module 5- Network Management
  • Module 6- Firewall
  • Module 7- QoS
  • Module 8- Tunnels

Additionaly we will be also offering the topics for the MTCWE course,which  focus on Wireless solutions using Mikrotik products. We will be focusing from since Wireless Instalations to Unique Mikrotik features for Wirelless installations. The topics discussed on the course follows bellow:

  • Wireless Installations
  • Wireless Standard
  • Wireless Tools
  • Wireless Troubleshooting
  • Wireless Advanced Settings
  • 802.11n
  • Wireless Security
  • WDS and MESH
  • Wireless Bridging
  • Nstreme Protocol
  • Nv2 Protocol

Additionally to the items above, the course will also develop supplementary knowledge on new topics,e.g.: CapsMan and SXT Topics

About the exam:
Students with a score above 60% on the exam will be certified as MTCNA; students who score between 50 and 60% will have a second chance at the certification exam, for.

Finally, students with less than a 50% score will win a certificate of participation and will be invited to attend the same course on another occasion.

Students willing to take the MTCWE certification exam must first have the MTCNA certification valid. To be certified as a MTCWE , you score must be above 60% on this exam. If while doing your MTCWE exam ,the student score is between 50 and 60 % , he will be granted a second chance at this exam also. Students with a score bellow 50% will win a certificate of participation and will be invited to attend the same course on another ocasion.

Classes start at 10h00 and finishes at 17h00. There are two pauses of 30 minutes for coffee break and a pause of 1 hour for lunch- These pauses are totally flexible according to needs of the students and can be arranged appropriately.

Dates and Places:

  • September 12-16 2016 Canada, Montreal,ON Language:English

Where: 605 Atwater,Montreal Quebec,Canada, H3J 2T8 -2nd floor- Lionel-Grouxl Metro Station

Cost: CAD$ 1200.00+tx -students will earn a router.

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