CCNA Routing and Switching Basic Labs
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CCNA Routing and Switching Basic Labs

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3.9 (12 ratings)
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Created by Kevin Wallace
Last updated 8/2017
English
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What Will I Learn?
  • At the end of this course, Student will be able to configure OSPF, EIGRP and some other features on Cisco routers and switches also students will have complete basic knowledge of networking at the end.
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Requirements
  • Assumes basic computer level knowledge and concepts.
Description

Hello and Welcome to CCNA Basic Lab Course.

My name is Kevin Wallace and i am going to lead you through a series of videos designed to teach you everything that you need to know to become a Cisco certified Network Associate or CCNA. In our journey we are going from the very basic of networking all the way through some fairly advanced routing topic including the operation and configuration of OSPF, EIGRP and along the way we are going to get really comfortable setting up Cisco routers and Catalyst Switches to support some fairly advanced features. we are going to cover a ton of WAN technologies, see how to better secure your network, and videos conclude with the look at some very specific strategies for passing CCNA exam. And these videos are comprehensive they cover every single topic on the CCNA exam blueprint. And few bonus topic that help tie 
these concepts together. And I cannot wait to help guide you through CCNA studies. What you learn here is going be serving throughout your entire networking career.

Let's get started.

Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone who is interested in obtaining their CCNA Routing and Switching certification or anyone interested in learning Cisco Networking.
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Curriculum For This Course
234 Lectures
20:01:49
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Introduction
234 Lectures 20:01:49










11.MAC Addresses
04:02

12.CAM Table
02:19

13.Collision Domains
05:08

14.Broadcast Domains
03:20

15.Frame Forwarding Options
02:59

16.Cut-Through Switching
03:47

17.Store-and-Forward Switching
01:39

18.Fragment-Free Switching
02:04

19.Traffic Flow Through a Switched Network
08:13

20.Port Addressing
04:32

21.Configuring a Switch Management IP Address
05:56

22.Configuring a Switch Default Gateway
01:25

23.Setting Console and VTY Passwords
03:29

24.Checking for Connectivity with Ping
02:10

25.Enabling Telnet Access
07:11

26.Enabling SSH Access
04:45

27.Check Switch Version
02:52

28.How to Check Current Configuration
01:48

29.Check Interface Status
04:36

30.Check MAC Address Table
05:48

31.Port Security
09:12

32.Setting a Hostname Cisco Switch
01:07

33.Setting the Enable Password Cisco Switch
03:19

34.Setting the Exec Timeout
02:14

35.Encrypting Passwords
02:19

36.Creating a Banner
02:46

37.Specifying Port Speed and Duplex
03:47

38.Saving the Configuration
02:16

39.VLAN Theory
08:34

40.VLAN Creation
03:49

41.Assigning Ports to a VLAN
03:15

42.Trunking Theory
06:46

43.Trunking Modes
04:44

44.Creating a Trunk
05:06

45.Specifying the Native VLAN
02:54

46.Limiting VLANs on a Trunk
02:25

47.VTP Theory
04:11

48.VTP Modes
04:08

49.VTP Operation Example
07:18

50.VTP Configuration
05:12

51.Resetting the Configuration Revision Number
09:47

52.Isolating the Issue
06:44

54.Checking for Interface Errors
10:04

55.Discovering Neighbors
06:11

56.Checking a PortÆs VLAN
03:47

57.Checking Trunk Status
05:49

58.Address Classes
05:50

59.Private vs. Public IPv4 Addresses
04:40

53.Checking Interface Status
07:23

60.Unicast
01:48

61.Broadcast
02:25

62.Multicast
02:13

63.The Need for Subnetting
03:10

64.IPv4 Subnetting
09:11

65.Calculating Available Subnets
04:08

66.Calculating Available Hosts
02:08

67.Subnetting Practice Exercise #1
03:40

68.Subnetting Practice Exercise #2
03:58

69.Subnetting Practice Exercise #3
02:12

70.Calculating Ranges of Usable IPv4 Addresses
09:29

71.Subnetting Practice Exercise #4
05:46

72.Subnetting Practice Exercise #5
08:47

73.How to Get More Practice
09:27

74.Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR)
02:19

75.Shortening an IPv6 Address
03:10

76.Practice Exercise
02:13

77.Global Unicast
01:28

78.Multicast
03:00

79.Link Local
02:04

80.Unique Local
01:49

81.Loopback
01:03

82.Unspecified
01:43

83.Solicited-Node Multicast
04:01

84.EUI-64
05:04

85.Autoconfiguration
07:20

86.IPv6 Traffic Flows
02:58

87.IP Routing Table
04:25

88.Sources of Route Information
06:22

89.Traffic Flow Through a Routed Network
05:10

90.Packet Forwarding
06:27

91.Router LEDs
03:45

92.Interface Addressing
04:36

93.Console vs. VTY Lines
02:34

94.Checking for Connectivity with Ping
01:39

95.Connecting Insecurely with Telnet
06:41

96.Connecting Securely with SSH
03:44

97.Version
02:01

98.Current Configuration
04:31

99.Interface Status
02:41

100.IP Routing Table
05:03

101.Neighboring Devices
04:14

102.Setting a Hostname
03:26

103.Setting the Enable Password
03:07

104.Setting the Exec Timeout
03:15

105.Encrypting Passwords
04:08

106.Assigning an IPv4 Address to an Interface
03:56

107.Assigning an IPv6 Address to an Interface
03:48

108.Creating Banners
02:44

109.DEMO - Basic Router Setup
07:49

110.Distance Vector Routing Protocols
09:27

111.Link State Routing Protocols
03:18

112.Passive Interfaces
10:54

113.OSPF Basics
05:37

114.Dijkstra Algorithm Calculation
11:33

115.Some OSPF Terminology
03:53

116.Neighborship vs. Adjacency
02:12

117.Designated Routers
02:47

118.Electing a Designated Router
03:48

119.Forming an Adjacency
04:09

120.Measuring Cost
10:34

121.Areas
05:07

122.OSPF Network Types
06:45

123.OSPFv2 Configuration and Verification
15:34

124.OSPFv3 Configuration and Verification
07:48

125.The Router-on-a-Stick Concept
02:11

126.Configuring a Router-on-a-Stick
07:28

127.Defining an SVI
02:35

128.Configuring an SVI
06:13

129.IP Address Issues
09:08

130.Verifying Host Configuration
03:27

131.Checking Connectivity with Ping
02:41

132.Tracing a Route
03:24

133.Understanding Layer 1
06:04

134.Discovering Neighbors
05:39

135.DEMO Troubleshooting Case Study
12:49

136.DHCP Theory
02:17

137.IP Helper Address
03:55

138.Configuring a Router as a DHCP Server
03:34

139.NAT Theory
05:02

140.Static NAT
03:56

141.Dynamic NAT
09:06

142.Port Address Translation (PAT)
07:18

143.NTP Theory
03:26

144.NTP Configuration and Verification
07:23

145.Lesson 1 ACL Theory
03:09

146.Lesson 2 Standard ACLs
05:50

147.Numbered ACLs
07:03

148.Named ACLs
08:09

149.Troubleshooting ACLs
09:34

150.Physical Security
02:34

151.Connecting Securely
10:24

152.External Authentication
03:04

153.Shutting Down Unused Ports
08:10

154.Review of Port Security
03:16

155.Putting Unused Ports in an Unused VLAN
01:47

156.Selecting a Non-Default Native VLAN
02:50

157.Introduction to STP
02:03

158.Issues without STP
01:41

159.MAC Address Table Corruption
01:40

160.Broadcast Storm
02:49

161.Identifying STP Port States
05:21

162.Practice Exercise
06:44

163.STP Convergence
02:16

164.STP Variants
05:07

165.Example PVST+ (Calculation)
04:15

166.Example PVST+ (Configuration)
08:58

167.PortFast and BPDU Guard
04:13

168.EtherChannel Theory
04:54

169.EtherChannel Port Options
04:51

170.EtherChannel Configuration and Verification
03:58

171.Troubleshooting EtherChannel Issues
03:40

172.Understanding a RouterΓÇÖs Boot Sequence
02:43

173.Differentiating Between Boot Options
10:00

174.Working with Cisco IOS Files
05:59

175.Cisco IOS Images
05:03

176.Cisco IOS Licenses
08:18

177.Password Recovery
04:34

178.Administrative Distance
01:58

179.Split Horizon
03:05

180.Metric
02:59

181.Next Hop Address
05:00

182.Verifying Routing is Enabled
03:25

183.Checking the IP Routing Table
07:30

184.Monitoring Path Selection
04:32

185.Verifying Interface Status
05:57

186.Review of OSPF Operation
18:11

187.Multi-Area Configuration Example
08:20

188.Influencing Designated Router Selection
06:57

189.Hello and Dead Timers
03:46

190.Configuring Neighbor Authentication
05:46

191.OSPFv3 Configuration with IPv6 Example
04:51

192.Verifying OSPFv3 Operation
06:12

193.Collecting Information
05:07

194.OSPF Troubleshooting Exercise #1
05:06

195.OSPF Troubleshooting Exercise #2
04:26

196.EIGRP Fundamentals
03:18

197.Path Selection
04:21

198.Metric Calculation
08:22

199.IPv4 Configuration Example
07:17

200.IPv6 Configuration Example
06:48

201.Influencing Metric Calculation
04:49

202.Configuring Neighbor Authentication
04:02

203.Configuring Unequal Cost Load Balancing
03:56

204.The Auto Summarization Option
04:32

205.The Passive Interface Option
04:34

206.Collecting Information
05:19

207.EIGRP Troubleshooting Exercise #1
06:45

208.EIGRP Troubleshooting Exercise #2
03:39

209.HSRP Operation
05:34

210.HSRP Configuration
09:52

211.HSRP Verification
08:10

212.VRRP Operation
05:18

213.VRRP Configuration and Verification
07:11

214.GLBP Configuration and Verification
08:33

215.Syslog Operation
03:54

216.Syslog Configuration and Verification
04:51

217.SNMP Operation
04:40

218.SNMP Configuration and Verification
05:16

219.NetFlow Operation
06:33

220.NetFlow Configuration and Verification
05:12

221.Lesson 1 Metro Ethernet
03:03

222.Lesson 2 VSAT
03:32

223.Lesson 3 Cellular 3G4G
03:51

224.Lesson 4 MPLS
04:20

225.Lesson 5 T1E1
05:37

226.Lesson 6 ISDN
07:30

227.Lesson 7 DSL
06:56

228.Lesson 8 Frame Relay
08:10

229.Lesson 9 Cable
03:41

230.Lesson 10 VPN
08:48

231.Configuring and Verifying PPP
16:58

232.Configuring and Verifying Frame Relay
24:13

233.Configuring and Verifying PPPoE
03:31

234.How to Register for the Exam
05:27
About the Instructor
Kevin Wallace
3.9 Average rating
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1,133 Students
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                                    Hello and Welcome to UDEMY

My name is  Kevin Wallace, Certified in (Collaboration and Route/Switch), I holds multiple Cisco professional and associate-level certifications in the Route/Switch, Collaboration, Security, Design, and Data Center tracks. With Cisco experience back 2010, I am Network Design Specialist, an instructor of Cisco courses for Skillsoft, and a Network Manager in University.

Now teaching exclusive on UDEMY and my courses are comprehensive. My videos contain multiple types of presentation, animation and real lab environment.