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152 Lessons

Beginner

What You Will Learn?

  • Once you complete this course, you will be prepared and ready to pass Cisco's new CCNA R/S 200-125 certification exam.
  • If you need to be knowledgeable in Networking, than this is the course for you!

Curriculum

21h 12m
Section 1: INTRODUCTION TO THE CCNA 200-125 COMPOSITE CERTIFICATION
06:32
Section 2: INTRODUCTION TO TCP/IP NETWORKING
30:36
Section 3: THE BREAKDOWN TO THE OSI MODEL
20:44
The OSI Model
02:17
Comparing the OSI model with the TCP/IP model
04:56
OSI Layers and their functions
07:57
OSI Layering Concepts and Benefits
03:49
Summary of Section
01:45
Section 4: A LOOK AT THE CISCO MODELS
08:23
Cisco 3 Layer Model
03:25
Cisco Collapse Architecture
02:37
Summary of Section
02:21
Section 5: AN INTRODUCTION TO ETHERNET LANS
36:00
An Overview of LANs
03:33
Common Small Office Home Office LAN
09:44
Common Enterprise LAN
11:36
Ethernet Cabling Standards
08:17
Summary of Section
02:50
Section 6: NODES USED ON ETHERNET LANS
10:20
Devices used on an Ethernet Network
06:32
Summary of Section
03:48
Section 7: INTRODUCTION TO IPV4 ADRESSING
35:22
Introduction to IPv4 Addressing
10:08
Format and Classes of an IPv4 Address
11:10
Classes and Private IP Addressing
11:14
Summary of Section
02:50
Section 8: CLASS-FULL SUBNETTING IN IPV4
31:03
Class Full Subnetting in IPv4
15:35
Subnetting a Class C address
04:53
Subnetting a Class B address
04:00
Subnetting a Class A address
05:14
Summary of Section
01:21
Section 9: Variable Length Subnet Masking
19:42
Variable Length Subnet Masking
02:43
VLSM Breakdown
11:41
Creating a VLSM network
03:09
Summary of Section
02:09
Section 10: ROUTE SUMMARIZATION
18:07
Route Summarization
02:51
Summarization Breakdown
05:46
Assigning the Summary Address
08:04
Summary of Section
01:26
Section 11: CONFIGURATION WITHIN THE CLI
1:09:21
Introduction to Cisco’s CLI
02:27
Navigation through the CLI
11:25
Cisco Router components
06:12
Router Boot Sequence
05:17
Password Recovery Procedure
11:31
Router Administrative commands
18:25
Router Interface commands
09:28
Summary of Section
04:36
Section 12: ALL ABOUT ROUTING
1:08:19
Routing Packets in your network
09:24
Default Routing
11:51
Static Routing
10:23
Dynamic Routing
02:54
Configuring RIPv2
11:41
Configuring RIPv2 Default Routes
07:34
Passive-Interface interface
01:47
Configuring the Passive-Interface command
07:29
RIPv2 Default Routes
01:44
Summary of Section
03:32
Section 13: THE EIGRP ROUTING PROTOCOL
1:19:27
EIGRP Routing Protocol
19:40
Basic Configuration of EIGRP
08:43
The EIGRP Topology Table
06:16
Successor and Feasible Successor Routes
12:42
The EIGRP Neighbor Table
04:10
Using Wildcards to configure EIGRP
08:28
Tweaking the Bandwidth in EIGRP
08:25
Load Balancing with EIGRP
05:31
Summary of Section
05:32
Section 14: ALL ABOUT OSPF
1:06:00
All About OSPF
12:45
OSPF Basic Lab
07:24
Designated and Backup Router Lab
20:40
Multi-Area OSPF Lab
12:50
OSPF Authentication Lab
09:29
Summary of Section
02:52
Section 15: ALL ABOUT SWITCHING
47:21
LAN Switching
05:24
Configuring Common Command on a Switch
13:11
The Spanning-Tree Protocol
05:00
Spanning-Tree Protocol Election Process
13:36
Manipulation of STP
06:55
Summary of Section
03:15
Section 16: ALL ABOUT VLANS
46:16
Using VLANs on our network
04:01
VLAN Configuration
12:00
Using the Virtual Trunking Protocol
07:45
Trunking Ports on L2 Switches
10:21
Securing ports on switch
09:45
Summary of Section
02:24
Section 17: WELCOME TO INTER-VLAN ROUTING AND ETHERCHANNEL
30:58
Inter-VLAN Routing
12:04
Ether-Channel
00:01
Ether-Channel Configuration
16:22
Summary of Section
02:31
Section 18: : WELCOME TO IPV6
1:27:45
The ins and outs of IPv6
19:05
Assigning IPv6 Addresses to an Interface
12:11
Static Routing in IPv6
08:36
RIPng configuration
07:19
EIGRPv6 configuration
09:57
OSPFv3 configuration
09:31
Dual Stack
10:36
Subnetting in IPv6
07:47
Summary of Section
02:43
Section 19: WELCOME TO ACCESS-LIST
51:46
Unraveling Access List
07:35
Standard ACL configuration
07:30
Standard ACLs for Telnet
08:38
Extended ACL configuration
12:49
Named ACL configuration
06:12
Using the REMARK command in an ACL
07:14
Summary of Section
01:48
Section 20: WELCOME TO NAT
19:05
Network Address Translation
07:25
Configuring NAT Overload
08:53
Summary of Section
02:47
Section 21: WELCOME TO WIDE AREA NETWORK
1:58:51
Wide Area Networks
17:34
Configuring PPP
20:40
configuring Frame-relay
19:27
Configuring GRE Tunnels
07:50
Radius Lab
15:14
TACACS+ Lab
12:32
IPSLA Lab
21:35
Summary of Section
03:59
Section 22: WELCOME TO MPLS
1:01:58
What is MPLS
Basic MPLS LAB
22:03
MPLS VPN Layer 2
22:49
MPLS VPN Layer 3
13:39
Summary of Section
03:23
Section 23: WELCOME TO BGP
32:35
The Border Gateway Protocol or BGP
07:35
Comparison BGP Lab iBGP vs. eBGP Lab
14:07
Minimal eBGP Lab explained
08:30
Summary of Section
02:23
Section 24: INTRODUCTION TO HSRP
35:34
Welcome to HSRP
20:38
HSRP Lab
13:33
Summary of Section
01:23
Section 25: WELCOME TO DMVPN
26:42
Intro to DMVPN
07:32
DMVPN Lab
13:23
VPN....
03:43
Summary of Section
02:04
Section 26: IP Services
27:48
Introduction to IP Services
11:07
SNMP Lab
12:16
Summary of Section
04:25
Section 27: Managing a Cisco Internetwork
1:04:11
Configuring DHCP
11:30
DHCP Relay Agent
15:34
Verifying DHCP on a Cisco IOS
05:54
Network Time protocol (NTP)
16:59
Resolving Host Names
10:48
Summary of Section
03:26
Section 28: Evolution of Intelligent Networks
29:27
Introduction to Evolution of intelligent Network
07:44
API’s
09:33
Cisco APIC-EM
06:20
Summary of Section
05:50
Section 29: Licensing
17:32
Licensing a Cisco Router
06:03
Licensing Lab
08:37
Summary of Section
02:52
Section 30: SUMMARY OF COURSE!
12:46
SUMMARY OF COURSE
12:46
Section 31: Quality of Service (QoS)
1:01:41
QoS Introduction
01:59
QoS Lab
29:16
QoS Explanation
30:26

Description

Requirements

  • Those taking this course should have a basic knowledge of Networking
  • Students should have a CCNA R/S study guide book to go along with the course since it will reiterate what is being taught in the course.
  • The course uses a combination of simulators like the Cisco Packet Tracer, GNS3 & VIRL to show different topologies and drive the information in a visual manner.
  • The simulators used are not provided as part of the course.
  • It is the students' responsibility to acquire their own simulator and or live equipment to replicate the topologies shown in this course.

About the Instructor

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My name is Lazaro Diaz and I am a Network Engineer with many years in the field and in the teaching industry. I hold the following certifications: CCNA, CCNA Security, CCNA Voice, CCNP, Security+, Network+, A+, MCP, MCTS & MOS and since then, I have passed the first of the required two test for the CCIE.

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