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Boost your CCNA certification preparation with our expert networking instruction!
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What Will I Learn?
  • Prepare for the CCNA exam
  • Understand and apply Networking concepts
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Requirements
  • No prerequisites
Description

This course is designed to help you prepare for the Cisco CCNA exam as well as to provide you with the hands-on practical skills required to excel in networking.

Boost Your CCNA Exam Prep and Boost Your Career Success With CCNA Boost!

  • Save time with super-efficient lessons
  • Easily grasp concepts and theory
  • Learn configuration and troubleshooting

Maximize your study time with a concentrated blast of networking knowledge!

CCNA Boost will guide you through the difficult networking topics that network administrators and engineers are required to know. From TCP/IP to routing protocols, from Vlans to MAC Address Tables - you'll learn how routers and switches function in today's networks. You will also learn how to configure Cisco routers and switches by hands-on demonstrations. And if that isn't enough fun for you… you'll also learn how to verify your configurations and troubleshoot challenging network problems.

When you complete this course, you will not only have a solid understanding of networking concepts and theories, but you will also know how to actually provision and support many aspects of Cisco routers and switches.

Who is the target audience?
  • This course is designed for students preparing for the CCNA exam and for working professionals who want to expand their knowledge of Networking
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Curriculum For This Course
192 Lectures
29:06:25
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Introduction
1 Lecture 02:55

An introduction to CCNA Boost course lectures.

Preview 02:55
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Networking & LAN Basics
20 Lectures 03:23:04

In this lecture you will learn the characteristics and components of SOHO and Enterprise networks.

Preview 05:30

In this lecture, you will learn the characteristics and types of Internet Service Providers, understand how ISPs relate to the Internet, and become familiar with how ISPs peer with one another.

Preview 11:17

In this lecture, you will learn about the TCP/IP model:

  • What the TCP/IP Model is and why it is used
  • The different layers of the TCP/IP Model and what each layer represents
  • What Adjacent-Layer and Same-Layer Interactions are all about
The TCP/IP Model
15:16

This lecture will bring the OSI Model to life. You will:

  • Understand what the OSI Model is and why it is used
  • Differentiate the OSI and TCP/IP Models
  • Know the different layers of the OSI Model and what each layer represents
The OSI Model
19:40

In this lecture, you will learn what happens to data as it moves up and down the OSI and TCP/IP Models. You will also learn about Segments, Packets, and Frames, and where these encapsulation methods are located on the OSI and TCP/IP models.

Data Encapsulation (OSI & TCP/IP)
15:41

In this lecture, you will learn the characteristics of UDP and TCP, understand how TCP and UDP work, and understand the concept of Multiplexing.

Intro to TCP & UDP
17:14

In this lecture, you will learn what "connection oriented" means, understand the TCP 3-Way Handshake, and know how TCP connections are terminated.

TCP: A Connection-Oriented Protocol
09:08

In this lecture you will learn how error recovery makes TCP a reliable protocol and how TCP keeps data in order.

TCP: Error Recovery & Ordered Data
08:30

This lecture will teach you how TCP controls the flow of data between devices.

TCP Windowing
06:15

In this lecture, you will:

  • Learn the history of Ethernet
  • Discover the components of 10Base2 and 10Base5 Etherne
  • Learn the basics of 10Base2 & 10Base5 Ethernet Operation
  • Become familiar with CSMA/CD
Ethernet 10Base2 & 10Base5
13:32

In this lecture, you will learn why Ethernet repeaters were required with 10Base2 & 10Base5 and learn how Ethernet repeaters work.

Ethernet Repeaters
04:58

In this lecture, you will:

  • Become familiar with the 10/100/1000 Ethernet specifications and 10BaseT cabling
  • Understand how an Ethernet Hub works
10Base-T Ethernet & Hubs
09:44

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • What comprises a UTP cable
  • The RJ-45 connector
  • How data is transmitted via UTP cable
  • The pinouts of a UTP cable
UTP Cabling
14:19

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • Why a Crossover cable is needed
  • When to use a Crossover cable
  • The Crossover cable pinouts
  • The Auto-MDIX Cisco feature
Crossover Cables
09:22

In this lecture, you will:

  • Learn why CSMA/CD is needed
  • Know each step of how CSMA/CD works
  • Be aware of the pros and cons CSMA/CD
CSMA/CD
09:37

In this lecture, you will learn how half and full duplex work and become familiar with duplex mismatches.

Half Duplex & Full Duplex
06:05

In this lecture, you will learn what a collision domain is and know how different devices define collision domains.

Collision Domains
08:07

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • What a Broadcast domain is and how it relates to network performance
  • How different network devices define Broadcast domains
  • The concept of network segmentation
Broadcast Domains
05:45

In this lecture, you will learn the structure of a MAC address and the characteristics of the different types of MAC addresses.

MAC Addresses
06:31

In this lecture, you will learn how Ethernet detects errors and what actions it takes once errors are detected. You will also learn about the Ethernet frame header, trailer, and how FCS works.

Ethernet Errors
06:33
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LAN Switching
28 Lectures 03:51:26

In this lecture, you will learn the common characteristics of switches and understand how a switch forwards frames.

Intro to Switches & How Switches Forward Frames
08:34

In this lecture, you will learn how a switch learns the MAC addresses of devices on the network.

How Switches Learn MAC Addresses
05:48

In this lecture, you will learn what "frame flooding" is and why a switch will flood frames on the network.

Switches & Flooding Frames
08:52

In this lecture, you will learn how STP works and what problem STP solves on the network.

Intro to the Spanning Tree Protocol
08:46

In this lecture, you will learn the three methods a switch will use to process a frame.

How Switches Process Frames
06:59

In this lecture, you will learn what a VLAN is, know the characteristics of a VLAN, and understand the benefits of using VLANs.

Intro to VLANs
09:06

In this lecture, you will learn the benefits of using hierarchy in network designs, and know the characteristics and features of the three layers of the Cisco Hierarchical Design Model.

Cisco Hierarchical Design Model
11:20

In this lecture, you will learn what a rollover cable is and why it is used. You will also learn the rollover cable pinouts and how to connect a rollover cable to devices.

Rollover Cables
03:19

In this lecture, you will learn how to console into a Cisco router or switch using a terminal emulator and know the standard Cisco console port settings.

How to Console Into a Switch or Router
03:34

In this lecture, you will learn the characteristics of the three modes used to access a Cisco switch or router. YOu will also learn how to access each mode and how to move between modes.

User, Privileged & Configuration Modes
10:01

In this lecture, you will learn which CLI commands are available to you and what the different CLI commands do.

CLI Help & Editing Commands
10:14

In this lecture, you will learn the different types of memory on a Cisco switch and know what functions each type of memory performs.

Cisco Switch Memory
05:36

In this lecture, you will learn the two types of configuration files on Cisco switches and routers. You will also learn the different techniques of file management on routers and switches and the related CLI commands.

Cisco Configuration Files
14:14

In this lecture, you will learn the telnet and console approach to accessing routers and switches. You will also learn the commands required to configure routers and switches for basic console and telnet access.

Telnet & Console Password Configuration
07:04

In this lecture, you will learn what Setup Mode is and how to use Setup Mode to configure a Cisco switch.

Cisco Switch Setup Mode
05:44

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • The two options available to implement an enable password
  • The differences in the two enable password approaches
  • The commands used to configure both enable password options
Enable & Enable Secret Password Configuration
07:18

In this lecture, you will learn what the hostname is and why it is used. You will also learn how to configure a router or switch hostname.

Router & Switch Hostname Configuration
03:15

In this lecture, you will learn the default encryption status of passwords. You will also learn the types of encryption available for passwords and how to configure password encryption.

Configuring Password Encryption
07:17

In this lecture, you will learn what banners are and why they are used. You will also learn the three types of banners available and how to configure a banner.

Configuring Cisco Banners
07:13

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • What the history buffer is
  • How to use the history buffer
  • How to configure the parameters of the history buffer
The Cisco History Buffer
06:27

In this lecture, you will learn what the command interpreter is and how exec-timeout is related. You will also learn how to configure the exec-timeout.

EXEC-TIMEOUT Command
05:57

In this lecture, you will learn why an IP address is needed on a switch. You will also learn how to configure and verify an IP address on a switch.

How to Configure a Switch IP Address
08:46

In this lecture, you will learn how to configure a basic switch interface and how to determine the interface status.

Switch Interface Configuration
13:55

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • What port security is and how it works
  • How to configure port security
  • How to verify the status of port security
Switch Port Security
17:13

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • The requirements for VLAN configuration
  • The two types of ports for VLANs
  • How to configure a VLAN
  • How to assign an interface to a VLAN
  • How to verify VLAN configuration
Intro to VLAN Configuration
08:18

In this lecture, you will learn the security threats related to the default interface configuration. You will also learn the available configuration options to secure switch ports.

How to Secure Empty Switch Interfaces
08:57

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • What CDP is and why it is used
  • What information is shared via CDP
  • How to enable and disable CDP
  • How to confirm CDP status
Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)
11:30

In this lecture, you will learn to determine how a switch will forward a frame by looking at the MAC table. You will also learn what commands to use to inspect the MAC table.

Examining the Switch MAC Address Table
06:09
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Wide Area Networks (WANs)
12 Lectures 01:39:39

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • What a WAN is
  • How a WAN is different than a LAN
  • The types of WAN connectivity
What is a WAN?
12:22

In this lecture, you will learn the purpose and function of a CSU/DSU. You will also learn the relationship between "clocking" and circuit "speed".

WAN Clocking & CSU/DSU
06:30

In this lecture, you will learn the unit of measure of circuit speed. You will also learn the different circuit types and related speeds.

WAN Circuits & Speed
04:31

In this lecture, you will learn the basic features and characteristics of the Layer Two protocols HDLC & PPP.

HDLC & PPP Encapsulation
06:35

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • The concept of packet switching
  • The benefits of using frame relay
  • The basic characteristics, features, and components of frame relay
  • The concept of virtual circuits
Intro to Frame Relay
12:13

In this lecture, you will learn what NAT is and how it works. You will also learn the different types of NAT implementation.

Intro to NAT
14:46

In this lecture, you will learn how to configure HDLC & PPP. You will also learn how to verify HDLC & PPP configuration.

Configuring WAN Encapsulation (HDLC & PPP)
05:17

In this lecture, you will learn the features and characteristics of packet and circuit switching.

Packet Switching & Circuit Switching
05:16

In this lecture, you will learn how an analog modem works for both Internet connectivity and connectivity between computers. You will also learn the characteristics of the analog signal.

WAN Connectivity: Analog Modems
11:01

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • The purpose of DSL
  • The basic DSL functionality and components
  • The different types of DSL service
  • DSL speeds
WAN Connectivity: DSL
09:16

In this lecture, you will learn what ATM is, the purpose of ATM, and how ATM works.

WAN Connectivity: ATM
03:26

In this lecture, you will learn what the PSTN is and the history of the PSTN. You will also learn the basic PSTN functionality and become familiar with some of the PSTN components.

Intro to the PSTN
08:26
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IP Addressing
22 Lectures 03:27:11

In this lecture, you will learn:


  • What an IP address is and its purpose
  • The terms IPv4 and IPv6
  • The terms bits and bytes
  • Decimal and binary IP address expression
Intro to IP Addressing (Part I)
11:05

In this lecture, you will learn the concept of grouping IP addresses. You will also learn what the network and host portions of an IP address signify.

Intro to IP Addressing (Part II)
09:48

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • The concept of network classes
  • How to identify the different network classes and their characteristics
  • How to determine the network class of an IP address
IP Addresses & Network Classes
11:42

In this lecture, you will learn the concept of IP subnetting and why it is used. You will also learn how the subnet portion of an IP address is created.

Intro to IP Subnetting
09:24

In this lecture, you will learn the characteristics of classful and classless IP addresses. You will also learn the differences in these approaches to viewing IP addresses.

Classful & Classless IP Addresses
08:45

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • What an IP subnet mask is and why it is needed
  • The basic structure of a subnet mask
  • The default subnet mask of Class A, B, and C networks
  • Which bit values are used for the network and host portions of a subnet mask
Intro to the Subnet Mask
10:26

In this lecture, you will learn what CIDR is and how it is used, how to express IP subnets in CIDR notation, and the benefits of using CIDR.

Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR)
10:06

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • The characteristics of public and private IP addresses
  • How to identify RFC1918 IP addresses
  • The concept of NAT
Public & Private IP Addresses
06:33

In this lecture, you will learn how to convert an IP address in dotted decimal format to binary format.

Decimal to Binary Conversion
04:42

In this lecture, you will learn how to convert an IP address from binary format to dotted decimal format. You will also learn the "base ten" and "base two" formats.

Binary to Decimal Conversion
12:09

In this lecture, you will learn the characteristics of the VLSM and FLSM approaches to subnetting. You will also learn the benefit to using VLSM.

VLSM & FLSM
03:27

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • How to subnet a Class C network
  • How many subnets are created by using a particular subnet mask
  • How many host IP addresses are created by using a particular subnet mask
Subnetting Class C Networks
14:50

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • How to subnet Class A & B networks
  • How many subnets are created by using a particular subnet mask
  • How many host IP addresses are created by using a particular subnet mask
Subnetting Class A & B Networks
14:13

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • The concept of zero and broadcast subnets
  • The potential issues with using the zero and broadcast subnets
  • The command required to enable the use of the zero and broadcast subnets
The Zero & Broadcast Subnets
06:11

In this lecture, you will learn how to determine how many subnets are needed to meet a design requirement. You will also learn how to size a subnet according to design requirements.

Design Challenge: Creating Subnets
12:23

In this lecture, you will learn how to determine the number of subnets created when subnetting a classful network. You will also learn how to determine the number of valid host IP addresses per subnet.

How to Find the Number of Subnets & Valid Hosts
08:03

In this lecture, you will learn how to find all of the subnet numbers created when a classful network is subnetted.

How to Find All Subnet Numbers
09:14

In this lecture, you will learn how to determine the subnet number of an IP address when subnetting is and is not used.

How to Find the Subnet Number of an IP Address
10:07

In this lecture, you will learn how to determine the broadcast address when given an IP address and subnet mask.

How to Find the Broadcast Address
11:11

In this lecture, you will learn how to convert a dotted decimal subnet mask to prefix notation.

Converting Dotted-Decimal to Prefix Notation
04:46

In this lecture, you will learn how to evaluate subnet masks when multiple subnet masks meet a design requirement.

Subnet Masks - One Size Fits All?
09:12

In this lecture, you will learn about the exhaustion of IPv4 addresses, why IPv6 was created, and the basic structure and characteristics of IPv6 addresses.

Intro to IPv6
08:54
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IP Routing & Routing Protocols
17 Lectures 02:25:16

In this lecture, you will learn what routing is and become familiar with Internet Protocol (IP), IP addresses, routing protocols, encapsulation, and ARP in the context of routing.

Intro to Routing
18:19

In this lecture, you will learn the basic characteristics and structure of the IPv4 packet. You will also learn the key fields in the IPv4 packet header.

The IPv4 Packet
07:13

In this lecture, you will learn how routers learn routes. You will also become familiar with the basic characteristics of routing protocols.

Intro to Routing Protocols
12:16

In this lecture, you will learn the basic process of routing on a computer. You will also become familiar with the concepts of default gateways, ARP, and encapsulation.

How A Computer Routes
11:11

In this lecture, you will learn the definitions and characteristics of routed and routing protocols.

Routed vs. Routing Protocols
03:43

In this lecture, you will learn the basic function of an IP route table. You will also learn the basic content of an IP route table.

The IP Route Table & Routing
11:45

In this lecture, you will learn the three types of routes in the IP route table and the characteristics of each. You will also learn how to configure static and default routes.

IP Route Table & Types of Routes
19:42

In this lecture, you will learn the characteristics of IGPs and EGPs. You will also become familiar with the concept of the Autonomous System (AS).

IGP & EGP
05:05

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • What a routing protocol metric is and why it is used
  • How the RIP metric of "hop count" works
  • Metrics in OSPF and EIGRP
Routing Protocol Metrics
05:15

In this lecture, you will learn the characteristics of the classful and classless routing protocols.

Classful & Classless Routing Protocols
03:39

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • What administrative distance is
  • Why & how administrative distance is used
Administrative Distance
08:05

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • What route summarization is
  • The benefits of using route summarization
  • The two ways to summarize routes
Intro to Route Summarization
04:18

In this lecture, you will learn what convergence means in the context of a network.

What is Convergence?
02:40

In this lecture, you will learn the purpose of using ARP and how the ARP process works.

Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)
06:30

In this lecture, you will learn the purpose of DNS and gain a basic understanding of how DNS works.

Domain Name System (DNS)
06:02

In this lecture, you will learn the purpose of using DHCP and the basic functionality of DHCP.

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
09:14

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • The purpose of PING
  • Basic PING functionality
  • How to use PING
Packet Internet Groper (PING)
10:19
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Introduction to Cisco Routers
11 Lectures 01:30:51

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • The many different types of interfaces supported by routers
  • How to reference interfaces on the CLI
  • Useful commands to view router interfaces
Router Interfaces
09:40

In this lecture, you will learn which commands to issue to view interface status and how to interpret the output of interface commands.

Determining Router Interface Status
09:46

In this lecture, you will learn how to configure an IP address on a router interface. You will also learn how to verify the router interface IP address configuration.

How to Configure A Router Interface IP Address
05:01

In this lecture, you will learn the router boot sequence and what happens when a router is turned on.

Booting A Router
06:31

In this lecture, you will learn how to use the router Setup Mode and how to access the router Setup Mode.

Router Setup Mode
05:00

In this lecture, you will learn how to backup and upgrade or restore the IOS on a router.

How to Backup & Upgrade Router IOS
14:35

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • What the configuration register is and its purpose
  • The format of the configuration register values
  • How to configure a configuration register value
  • How to verify the configuration register value
The Configuration Register
15:42

In this lecture, you will learn what the clock rate is used for on a serial interface. You will also learn how to configure the clock rate on a serial interface.

Serial Interfaces & The Clock Rate
07:39

In this lecture, you will learn the purpose of the auxiliary port and how to configure a basic auxiliary port.

The Router Auxiliary Port
04:54

In this lecture, you will learn the purpose of the bandwidth command on serial interfaces. You will also learn how to configure the bandwidth on a serial interface.

Serial Interfaces & The Bandwidth Command
05:00

In this lecture, you will learn what information is provided by the SHOW VERSION command. You will also learn how to use the SHOW VERSION command.

SHOW VERSION Command
07:03
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LAN Switch Configurations
20 Lectures 03:29:38

In this lecture, you will learn the purpose of trunking and how trunking works. You will also learn the two ways to implement VLAN tagging.

VLANs & Trunking
16:19

In this lecture, you will learn what inter-VLAN routing is and what is required to route between two VLANs.

Inter-VLAN Routing
06:54

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • VTP functionality
  • The different types of VTP roles and their characteristics
  • The types of VTP messages
  • The different versions of VTP
  • What VTP pruning is and why it can be beneficial
VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP)
19:18

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • The different options to creating a trunk
  • The Dynamic Trunking Protocol
  • How to configure a trunk
  • How to verify trunk configuration and status
  • How to add & remove VLANs from a trunk
  • How to change the native VLAN on a trunk
VLAN Trunking Configuration & Verification
22:34

In this lecture, you will learn how to configure a router for inter-VLAN routing.

"Router on a Stick" Configuration
10:00

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • How to configure a switch port for a Cisco IP phone
  • Basic Cisco IP phone characteristics and functionality
  • Power-Over-Ethernet (PoE)
Switch Configuration for Cisco IP Phones
08:44

In this lecture, you will learn some best practices to securing trunk ports.

Securing Trunk Ports
03:57

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • How to configure VTP servers and clients
  • How to verify VTP configuration and operation
  • How to perform basic VTP troubleshooting
VTP Configuration & Verification
12:31

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • How STP works
  • STP communications
  • The different roles switches play in STP
  • STP port states
  • How a path to the root bridge is created
How the Spanning Tree Protocol Works
11:22

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • How STP elects a root bridge on a network
  • The STP bridge ID
  • The STP hello BPDU
How Spanning Tree Elects a Root Bridge
11:05

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • Normal STP operation
  • How STP responds to changes on a network
  • STP timers
  • STP port states
How STP Adapts to Network Failures
14:59

In this lecture, you will learn the basic functionality of EtherChannel. You will also learn how EtherChannel can help prevent STP changes on a network.

Helping Spanning Tree with EtherChannel
06:34

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • How STP can have a negative impact to some connected devices
  • The STP PortFast feature and how it can improve network performance
  • The possible downside to using PortFast
Spanning Tree & PortFast
03:35

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • Some possible threats to a network
  • How the BPDU Guard feature works and how it can protect a network
  • The Root Guard feature and how it can improve network stability
BPDU Guard & Root Guard
07:14

In this lecture, you will learn the purpose and characteristics of the UplinkFast & BackboneFast features. You will also learn how these features can improve network performance.

UplinkFast & BackboneFast
07:15

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • The features and characteristics of 802.1W
  • The improvements to STP introduced by 802.1W
  • How 802.1W converges after a network change
Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (802.1W)
12:30

In this lecture, you will learn the features and characteristics of PVST+, RPVST & MST.

Intro to PVST+, RPVST & MST
08:48

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • How to verify STP operation
  • How to configure a root bridge
  • How to configure port cost
  • How to configure PortFast & BPDU Guard
  • How to configure Root Guard
  • How to configure UplinkFast & Backbone Fast
Spanning Tree Configuration & Verification
16:03

In this lecture, you will learn how to configure RSTP and how to verify RSTP operation.

RSTP Configuration & Verification
01:43

In this lecture, you will learn how to configure EtherChannel and how to verify EtherChannel operation.

EtherChannel Configuration & Verification
08:13
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Implementing IP Routing
20 Lectures 02:51:39

In this lecture, you will learn how route decisions are made with respect to prefix length.

Packet Forwarding & Route Prefix Length
05:53

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • What a secondary IP address is and why it might be used
  • How to configure a secondary IP address
  • How to verify the secondary IP address configuration
Using a Secondary IP Address
07:37

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • The concept of packet size
  • The pro's and con's to both large and small packets
  • What MTU is
  • The concept of fragmentation
  • How to configure MTU values
Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU)
07:32

In this lecture, you will learn how to enable and disable zero subnet support on a router.

Configuring Zero Subnet Support
03:34

In this lecture, you will learn the three methods available to configure a default route. You will also learn how to verify default route configuration.

Three Ways to Configure Default Routes
10:49

In this lecture, you will learn the the concepts of classless and glassful routing. You will also learn how to enable support for classless routing.

Classless & Classful Routing
05:33

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • The concept of route summarization and how it works
  • Which protocols suppport auto-summarization
  • How to enable and disable auto-summarization
Route Auto-Summarization
06:11

In this lecture, you will learn how to configure manual route summarization in EIGRP.

Configuring Route Summarization
06:37

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • The features and characteristics of access lists
  • The different types of access lists
  • How an access list operates
Intro to Access Lists
09:15

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • What a wildcard mask is and how it works in access lists
  • How to determine a wildcard mask
  • How to interpret a wildcard mask
Wildcard Masks & ACLs
08:45

In this lecture, you will learn the structure of a standard access list. You will also learn how to create and apply a standard access list.

Standard Access Lists
12:21

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • The structure, features, and characteristics of an extended access list
  • How to create and apply an extended access list
Extended Access Lists
15:31

In this lecture, you will learn how named access lists enhance access lists. You will also learn how to configure, edit, and apply a named access list.

Named Access Lists
06:47

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • How sequence numbers enhance numbered access lists
  • How to create, edit, and apply an access list with sequence numbers
ACLs & Sequence Numbers
07:54

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • The concept of the dynamic access list and why you might want to use one
  • How a dyamic access list works
Dynamic Access Lists
04:12

In this lecture, you will learn how reflexive and time-based access lists work and why you might want to use them.

Reflexive & Time-Based ACLs
04:55

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • How static NAT works and how it can be used
  • How to configure static NAT
  • How to verify your static NAT configuration
  • Common NAT terminology
Static NAT
13:47

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • How dynamic NAT works and how it can be used
  • How to configure dynamic NAT
  • How to verify dynamic NAT configuration
  • How to troubleshoot dynamic NAT
Dynamic NAT
15:41

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • What PAT is and how it can be used
  • How to configure PAT
  • How to verify PAT functionality
Port Address Translation (PAT)
10:26

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • How to troubleshoot NAT
  • How to identify common NAT configuration mistakes
How to Fix NAT
08:19
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How to Configure & Verify Routing Protocols
20 Lectures 03:19:00

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • The characteristics and features of distance vector routing protocols
  • How distance vector routing protocols function
  • How distance vector routing protocols prevent route loops
Distance Vector Routing Protocols
18:07

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • The characteristics and features of link state routing protocols
  • The benefits of link state routing protocols
  • How link state routing protocols function and react to network changes
Link State Routing Protocols
11:02

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • The basic characteristics and features of OSPF
  • How OSPF forms neighbors
  • The OSPF neighbor states and how they are determined
OSPF (Part I) Introduction & Neighbors
18:02

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • The concept of the OSPF link state database
  • How OSPF neighbors exchange LSDB information
  • The Dijkstra Algorithm and its basic functionality
OSPF (Part II) LSDB & the Dijkstra Algorithm
11:41

In this lecture, you will learn how OSPF should be structured and designed on a network. You will also learn the different OSPF roles a router a router can play.

OSPF (Part III) Design
11:24

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • How to implement the required OSPFv2 configurations
  • How to verify the OSPFv2 configuration
  • How to confirm OSPFv2 status
OSPF Required Configurations & Verifications
11:38

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • How to configure the OSPFv2 router ID
  • The OSPFv2 default behvior in choosing a router ID
  • Why you might want to configure the OSPFv2 router ID
  • How to confirm the OSPFv2 router ID
How to Configure the OSPF Router ID
06:22

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • What the OSPF hello and dead timers are used for
  • How to configure values for the OSPFv2 hello and dead timers
  • How to confirm OSPFv2 hello and dead timer values
Configuring OSPF Hello & Dead Timers
05:56

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • The three options available to influencing OSPF metrics
  • How to implement OSPFv2 configurations to influence OSPF metrics
Configuring OSPF Metrics
14:31

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • Why OSPF authentication is used
  • How to configure OSPFv2 authentication
  • How to verify OSPFv2 authentication functionality
Configuring OSPF Authentication
08:34

In this lecture, you will learn basic OSPF load balancing characteristics. You will also learn how to configure OSPFv2 load balancing.

Configuring OSPF Load Balancing
02:39

In this lecture, you will learn the basic features and characteristics of EIGRP. You will also learn how EIGRP neighbors are formed and how they exchange information.

EIGRP (Part I) Introduction & Neighbors
09:37

In this lecture, you will learn how EIGRP routes are calculated. You will also learn EIGRP metrics and how EIGRP converges when changes occur on the network.

EIGRP (Part II) Route Calculations & Convergence
11:07

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • How to implement the required EIGRP for IPv4 configurations
  • How to verify EIGRP for IPv4 configurations
  • How to confirm EIGRP for IPv4 functionality
EIGRP (Part III) Required Configurations & Verification
09:00

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • How to configure the EIGRP for IPv4 router ID
  • EIGRP default behavior when choosing a router ID
  • How to verify the EIGRP for IPv4 router ID
Configuring the EIGRP Router ID
04:43

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • How to configure EIGRP for IPv4 hold and hello timer values
  • The purpose of the EIGRP hold and hello timers
  • How to verify EIGRP for IPv4 hold and hello timer values
Configuring EIGRP Hello & Hold Timers
05:19

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • EIGRP route table information
  • The EIGRP topology table
  • EIGRP successor and feasible successor routes
  • EIGRP feasible distance and reported distance
Examining EIGRP Routes
12:21

In this lecture, you will learn how to configure and influence EIGRP for IPv4 metric values.

Configuring EIGRP Metrics
06:07

In this lecture, you will learn:

  • EIGRP load balancing characteristics
  • How to configure EIGRP for IPv4 load balancing
  • How to confirm EIGRP for IPv4 load balancing functionality
Configuring EIGRP Load Balancing
10:58

In this lecture, you will learn how to configure EIGRP for IPv4 authentication. You will also learn how to confirm EIGRP for IPv4 authentication functionality.

Configuring EIGRP Authentication
09:52
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Video Tutorials for Networking Professionals

Boss CBT specializes in Cisco training - our instructors are Cisco experts! Each CCNA and CCENT tutorial is designed to help you easily grasp the concepts and theory needed not only for the exams but also for the hands-on configuration and troubleshooting you'll face at work.

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