CISCO CCNA RS (200-125) Certification Complete Course

This is version 3 of CCNA Routing and Switching exam as is applicable since Aug 21, 2016
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  • Lectures 122
  • Length 33.5 hours
  • Skill Level All Levels
  • Languages English
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About This Course

Published 11/2015 English

Course Description

(NOTE: This course has been updated to version-3 (200-125) of CCNA RS requirements). 

Learn the technologies and concepts of networking in this complete course and earn your CISCO certification.

Have an awesome career in Data Communication, large scale service providers or simply make yourself more knowledgeable.

Basics of Networking

How switches function

What does routing mean

Design your own networks and implement Routing Protocols

Secure your CISCO devices

CISCO is the leading Networking equipment provider with a large product portfolio ranging from small Enterprises to large Data Centers. CCNA (R&S) certification is one of the fundamental certifications that will help you in realizing the computer networking concepts and its implementations in real world.

This course has been designed for beginner level IT Engineers. It will take you through the physical installation of the CISCO devices to the very epitome of configuring them and make amazing network topologies. This course will ensure that you understand the dreaded concepts of subnetting and spanning tree protocols. You will observe actual packets as they move through the wires and make those “dots connect”. While configuring the devices you will feel as if you are doing it yourself, its that close and personal. By following this course you will not only be able achieve your CCNA (R&S) certification but it will pave the foundation for your CCIE certification as well.

Check out my Youtube channel for free preview of Cloud Computing topic.

What are the requirements?

  • You should have access to real routers and switches but if thats not possible then GNS3 would suffice. Its free to download from GNS3 website. You can also use CISCO's "packettracer" as an alternate to practice this course labs.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Understand and implement networking concepts and technologies. You will be able to configure, manage and troubleshoot CISCO routers and switches in the field.

What is the target audience?

  • This course is meant for aspiring network engineers with little or nill knowledge of computer networking. And please if you are going for CCNA cert only, then this course is probably too long for you. Because my aim is to teach you and make you a better networking professional, CCNA will come as a by product.

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Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction to CCNA (R&S) course and what you will need to study and practice
06:51

This is the introductory lecture of CCNA where students will be informed about the course contents, the books that will help them to achieve this certification and the tools / equipment they need to have to get the most out of this course.

Section 2: Network Fundamentals
17:16

A very important lecture to develop foundations of networking where I discuss framework of 2 x communication models.

12:33

A brief look at the elements that are used in a network. Also a detailed discussion about data movement in TCP/IP layers. How email (or any information) is transfered from a browser to the actual wire.

20:27

Core concepts of TCP and UDP. Actual look at packets through Network Analyzer. How to read the output of analyzer.

20:57

Core concepts of TCP and UDP. Actual look at packets through Network Analyzer. How to read the output of analyzer.

22:13

Fundamental understanding and concepts of TCP/IP Layer-2 and Layer-3. Very much essential for certification as well as for on job scenarios

19:35

Learn about 5 x classes of IPv4 addresses. Also learn how routers look at an IP address

18:09

This lecture introduces some physical aspects of Ethernet networks such as what type of cabling is used, How an Ethernet card looks like and some detailed information about IEEE 802.3 development over the years.

19:58

You will learn about the core concepts of collision and broadcast domains and the devices that interact with them e.g., switches, routers, hubs etc.

17:36

In this lecture we will revise the IPv4 classes and will look at an example where we need to make many subnets out of one network.

18:54

In this lecture I will show you how to make many networks out of one network, which we call as subnetting.

14:05

We will together do some more examples of Subnetting so that you can understand the INs and Outs of this technique.

25:49

A very important lecture that highlights the needs for VLSM and how to use it in our networks.

16:31

In this lecture we will learn about some basic fundamentals of routers and how they help us in joining our LANs with WANs

22:00

You will learn about the interface of CISCO routers, its CLI and how to do basic level of configuration.

25:40

This is the continuation of previous lecture where we do some more basic level configurations of CISCO routers including SSH.

16:35

We will see how IPv6 evolved, what are its benefits and a detailed look at IPv6 header.

19:31

You will be able to write and identify IPv6 addresses and how to make subnets out of one IPv6 address.

18:22

We will learn what are Global Unicast addresses (Public) and how we can make our own Global Unicast Local address (Private). I will also tell you the concept of dual stacking to transform your IPv4 based network onto IPv6.

21:32

Let's configure IPv6 addresses on our CISCO routers and also see how to generate EUI-64 address.

12:37

This is continuation from previous lecture where we do some more configuration related to IPv6 addresses and learn about some more IPv6 important classes, like link local addresses.

19:12

Understand how IPv6 based hosts can learn their addresses automatically using different techniques which makes it alot easier for IT engineers to manage hosts

Infrastructure Components: Access Point, Wireless Controller & Firewalls
19:18
Cloud Services: Virtualization Concepts
19:27
Cloud Services: Virtualization of Networking
13:14
Cloud Services: IaaS, SaaS, PaaS
12:36
Cloud Services: Traffic Paths and NFV
15:10
Section 3: LAN Switching Technologies
16:42

Learn and realize the different LAN equipments like repeaters, hubs bridges and switches

16:13

Learn about CISCO switching techniques. You will also realize the concepts of CISCO campus design

09:27

You will be able to distinguish between different media types available for Ethernet networks.

15:50

Learn about physical appearance while you turn on the switch. Know about different LEDs status.

22:56

Get yourself familiarized with CISCO Operating system or as it is known as IOS.

20:46

Learn about interfaces configuration, set passwords and look at MAC address table

19:30

You will be able to configure switch with dynamic IP using DHCP. You will also learn about MAC address restrictions that you can implement on switch ports so that unauthorized access can be curtailed.

21:46

Understand the concepts of VLANs, why do we need them. Have a look at VLAN tagged frame and also discuss about Inter-VLAN routing.

19:41

We will together do some great VLANs configurations on CISCO switches.

20:52

You will be able to understand the idea of trunk links, why we need them and how you can configure them on CISCO switches.

Configuring Inter VLAN communication
17:41
23:57

Understand the VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP), Its needs in the network and how you can configure it on CISCO switches. Also learn about some miscellaneous CISCO commands.

20:42

Be able to identify why we need STP in our networks. Then some detailed understanding of how STP works.

13:38

This lecture is a continuation from previous lecture where you will see the complete picture of STP working.

23:35

Learn about STP features such as Port Fast, BPDU Guard and EtherChannel (Bundling)

16:41

In this lecture you will learn about advanced version of RSTP and CISCO's version of STP known as PVST.

18:58

In this video, I'm gonna show you the initial working of STP on actual CISCO switches and how Root bridge, Root ports get elected.

19:28

In this lecture you will see how Designated ports are selected on actual CISCO switches.

23:17

In this lab, you will learn how to influence to election of root bridges and some final thoughts.

18:27

In previous lecture I skipped this topic, so here they are. You will learn about configuration of STP features such as Port Fast, LACP, BPDU Guard, PAgP and EtherChannel.

Switch Stacking
10:36
Chassis Aggregation
08:27
Section 4: Routing Technologies
20:03

We will discuss how a packet flows through the routers. You will also learn the concepts of Static Routing.

26:24

In this video lecture, I'll show you how to configure static routes on CISCO routers.

15:07

You will learn how to configure static routing on CISCO routers and what benefit we get out of it.

23:31

I will show you the functions of dynamic routing and what benefits do we achieve out of this.

16:27

Understand the concepts and working methodologies of OSPF protocol. One of the most widely used protocol around the world.

20:22

We dig deeper into OSPF components and how they interact with one and other. This lecture can easily be said as the core of OSPF routing.

17:22

In this lecture we will learn about last important component of OSPF which is LSA types and then I'll present an overall picture of OSPF working.

21:02

Learn about the configuration of OSPF v2 protocol on CISCO routers in multi-area topology.

21:21

We continue to explore configuration of OSPF.

24:17

Continuing the configuration of OSPF and tying up some final knots.

23:02

Learn about the concepts and functionality of Routing protocol EIGRP.

20:51

Continuation of EIGRP from previous lecture and discussion about Feasible Distance and Administrative distances. The core of EIGRP protocol.

18:16

Continuation from previous lecture. We will see some last important topics related to EIGRP such as Load balancing and loop avoidance.

19:59

Learn how to configure EIGRP on CISCO routers with multiple subnets.

18:57

Continuing from previous lecture. Some tuning of EIGRP using matrix variation and unequal cost path load balancing using variance.

22:34

You will be able to understand the DHCPv6 working and after that we will configure OSPFv3 to do routing for IPv6 based networks.

18:11

Learn about implementation of EIGRP routing protocol in your IPv6 based network.

RIP Protocol: Some Quick Theory
12:51
RIP Protocol: Lab (part-1)
15:59
RIP Protocol: Lab (part-2)
11:21
SVI: Switch Virtual Interface
09:35
Section 5: Wide Area Network (WAN)Technologies
22:10

We will see some of the important WAN technologies that as a network engineer we interact with on daily basis.

11:07

In this lecture we will discuss about some more WAN technologies including Frame Relay, MPLS etc.

27:00

You will learn about HDLC and PPP WAN protocols and how to configure them on CISCO routers.

PPP Multilink (MLPPP)
Preview
13:22
Broadband PPPoE: Theory + Lab (part-1)
17:04
Broadband PPPoE: Lab (part-2)
07:15
26:10

Learn about the core concepts of VPNs and also lets configure one VPN type on CISCO routers.

Dynamic Multipoint VPN (DMVPN)
13:10
MPLS Concepts: Why we need it ?
15:02
MPLS Concepts: Why we need it ? (part-2)
12:03
MPLS Concepts: Quick Lab
12:04
VPN Techniques using IPSec
Article
QoS: Quality of Service - Introduction
12:01
QoS: Traffic types and Classification / Marking
18:51
QoS: Quick Lab
11:35
QoS: Congestion Management
17:51
QoS: Policing and Shaping
14:33
BGP Protocol: Concepts
15:06
BGP Protocol: Concepts (part-2)
13:59
BGP Protocol: Lab
15:40
Section 6: Infrastructure Services
DNS Operation and Troubleshooting
09:06
19:13

In this lecture we will discuss what is NAT, why we need it and its implementation techniques on CISCO routers.

22:43

Learn about configuring NAT techniques like Static, Dynamic and Overload on CISCO routers.

23:32

Learn the concepts behind NTP and its configuration on CISCO routers.

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Instructor Biography

Ahmad Nadeem, Independent Network & Telecom Consultant

Mr. Ahmad Nadeem has a Bachelors in Telecom Engineering and a Masters in Engineering Management. He has been working in multiple roles focusing on different technologies in both private and public sector for over 14 years now. In his early years of professional life, he developed aptitude towards IP based networks and gradually that became as his core field. He likes to work on latest technologies including virtualization and cloud computing. He is also an ardent supporter of Opensource systems and likes to implement technology based on Opensource platforms. When he is not busy doing tech stuff, he likes to cook and just spend time with his family and friends.

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