Cisco CCNA

CCNA Routing & Switching course
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  • Lectures 209
  • Length 63 hours
  • Skill Level All Levels
  • Languages English
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About This Course

Published 12/2015 English

Course Description

My name is Kiel Martin CCIE# 54443 and will be the instructor for this course. One of the biggest issue with CCNAs is that they do not take their Training seriously. With this course, we will dive into the necessary technologies that you will need to prepare for the CCNA exam and be a serious CCNA at your job. This course is meant for anyone who wants to be in the networking field or to get certified.

NOTE: This course is not to teach you how to pass a test. It is a course that is design to create serious and strong CCNAs. If you are just looking for course to pass a test, you will find that this course provides you more info than needed.


Use this course along with your CCNA books and your labs. You will find that there is lots of topics and lots of training. If you want to be a CCNA, here is the place to do it.

With this course you will learn the below topics and more:

Networking Fundamentals, How a switch operates, IP Address and Subnetting, Routing Protocols like RIP, EIGRP, and OSPF, Access-list, DHCP, and Redundancy. You will need to practice what you have learned on real equipment which includes at least 3 routers and 3 switches.

If you do not have real equipment, you can purchase it off ebay. If that is sill not an option, then you can use an emulator like GNS3 but this will not allow you do perform switching is a reliable method. You can also get Cisco VIRL which will allow you to perform task on Routers and Switches. All configurations in this course is done on real live equipment.

Take the time to view the free previews of lectures 1, 15, 26 and 54. This will give you over an hour to get comfortable with my teaching style and see exactly what you are purchasing.

This is a detailed course and requires the mindset of discipline and patience to become a CCNA. No Prior Knowledge is needed.

What are the requirements?

  • This course requires mental focus and determination
  • Requires Time and self-effort along with going through the course
  • Requires no pre-knowledge of Networking
  • Requires Extra Reading on topics and lots of hours of labbing
  • Must be prepared to work hard and put in the time to get through it all

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Understand the Basics of Networking
  • Be able to setup Routers and Switches
  • Learn the OSI Model
  • Go through the TCP/IP
  • Understand how a LAN Operates
  • Become Familiar with Cisco ISO
  • Learn Port Security
  • Understand VLANs
  • Knowing the existing of DTP
  • How to statically and dynamically advertise routes

What is the target audience?

  • Anyone who wants a CCNA Certification
  • Those who need a solid understanding of Routing and Switching

What you get with this course?

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30 day money back guarantee.

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Curriculum

Section 1: Before you start
The items that we use
Preview
18:52
Getting Started Part 1
15:55
Getting Started Part 2
15:56
Needed Material Part 1
20:30
Needed Material Part 2
20:30
Study Schedule Part 1
14:28
Study Schedule Part 2
14:31
The Missing Parts
16:12
Course Review
19:58
Section 2: Network Fundementals
The items that we use Part 2
18:55
The purpose of it all
18:53
Ethernet
18:56
Ethernet Types
18:54
Cable pinouts
18:56
Straight and Crossover
Preview
18:54
IP Addressing introduction
18:57
Section 3: OSI Model
OSI Model Introduction
16:00
OSI Model Continues
16:00
Adding the headers
16:00
Let the PCs Communicate
16:00
Section 4: TCP/IP
TCP/IP Introduction
16:07
Continues with handshake
17:39
Window and Sequence
17:44
SEQ and Port Numbers
17:43
Seq and Port Numbers Continues
17:43
Communication Basics
Preview
17:42
Communication Basics Continues
11:26
Lets Start a Lab
18:00
Lab Continues
19:56
Finishing up the Lab
19:58
Section 5: Enter the LAN
Enter the LAN
18:14
LAN Devices continues
18:19
Building the MAC
18:19
Sending the Data via L2
18:18
MACs and Domains
18:18
Section 6: Enter the IOS
IOS Introduction
10:25
IOS Introduction Continues
10:25
IOS Introduction Ends
10:26
Section 7: Enter the Switch
The Switch Introduction
17:07
Storms and Modes
17:09
Some Basic Commands
17:11
Basic Commands Continues
17:09
Section 8: Port Security
Port Security Introducution
20:04
Duplicate MACs
20:09
The Power of Static
20:09
Hard Code MAC and Maximum
20:08
Finishing up Port Security
20:08
Section 9: Vlans
VLAN Introduction
19:38
VLAN's Adds and Changes
19:41
VLAN Trunking and Modes
19:39
Finishing up Trunking
19:42
Section 10: DTP
DTP Intro
15:33
DTP Continues
15:37
Section 11: VTP
VTP Introduction
Preview
15:55
VTP Continues
15:56
Checking out the Hash and Revision
15:56
Checking out some Debugs
15:57
VTP Modes
15:49
VTP Mode Continues
15:54
Pruning
17:33
Pruning Continues
17:37
Finishing Pruning
17:35
Section 12: Spanning Tree
Spanning Tree Introduction
19:19
Continuing on with Election
19:23
Election is still going
19:22
How it really looks
19:21
How Spanning Tree sees the world
19:20
Port States
15:29
More States and Max Age
15:34
Testing Max Age
15:33
Flapping issue
15:33
Enter PVST
19:36
Enter Rapid Spanning Tree
19:37
Rapid Spanning Tree Continues
19:38
Section 13: IP Addressing
Enter Binary
16:18
Start Converting
16:21
Converting and Hex
16:19
An IP Address
18:28
Finalizing IP Adresses
18:31
Section 14: Subnetting
Enter Subnetting
19:56
The Mask Continues
19:58
Let Subnetting Begin
20:00
Subnetting Continues
19:56
Ending Subnetting for Class C
19:58
Subnetting Class B
14:23
Continuing with Class B
14:26

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Instructor Biography

Kiel Martin, CCIE #54443

My name is Kiel Martin CCIE #54443. I have been teaching Cisco topics for a while now and I take great pride in getting others to use the equipment to get the answers that they are seeking. So I spend lots of time helping others to learn the basics and advanced topics of Routing and Switching. We spend lots of time behind the command line and using labs to provide us the answers that theory claims to exist. Come learn the concepts the right way.

When is comes to understanding what it takes to pass, I do not sugar coat it. I currently work as a Network Engineer in a Multi-Tier Large Enterprise environments. My teaching techniques are based on the concept of keeping it simple and straight to the point. You will notice a difference in my teaching immediately.

Certifications: CCNA, CCNP, CCIP, CCIE, JNCIA-Junos, JNCIS-ENT, Palo Alto ACE

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