Cisco ICND1 - CCENT (100-105) - A Complete Guide
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Pass the ICND 1 (100-105) exam easily. Recorded in Full HD! Challenges and Quizzes included! Great for CCNA students too
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Last updated 1/2017
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Includes:
  • 11 hours on-demand video
  • 3 Articles
  • 4 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Identify Network Devices
  • Work With Network Protocols
  • Configure a Cisco Router and Switch
  • Implement Basic Security Solutions
  • Understand Routing Protocols
  • Work With IPv6
  • Master Subnetting Techniques
  • Secure your Network Using Access Lists
  • Implement NAT
  • Learn How to Troubleshoot Cisco Networks
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Requirements
  • Basic IT skills
  • Access to the Internet
  • Willingness to learn new topics
Description

Join one of the few IT courses on Udemy recorded in Full HD using mobile friendly presentations and a high quality dynamic microphone.

Cisco has announced the new CCENT exam (100-105). Do not worry, you ARE covered! This course has been updated to cover new exam topics.

Pass the CCENT (CCNA ICND1, 100-105) exam first time and master all skills. Short lectures help you find a topic that you need to review. There are labs, challenges and quizzes to make it as interesting as possible.

You can download all presentations as a PDF e-book as well (more than 100 pages!).

CCENT (ICND1, 100-105) is an entry level certificate from Cisco. Do you want to start your career in networking? This certificate is perfect for you! It is easier than CCNA but covers all basic terms and shows you how to configure a Cisco device.

In this course you will learn all you need to know to pass the exam and apply your skills in real world scenarios.

  • Networking Terms and Definitions
  • The OSI Model
  • Subnetting
  • Cisco Routers and Switches
  • Network Security
  • IP Services and Protocols
  • IPv6
  • Access Lists
  • Network Address Translation
  • Troubleshooting Cisco Networks
  • Labs Showing You How to Configure Cisco Devices
  • Challenges and Quizzes
  • Exam tips


Contents and Overview

In over 4 hours of content including more than 100 lectures, this course covers the basics of networking and Cisco devices. Each chapter closes with a quiz to allow you to practice exam questions and test your knowledge before moving to the next section.

We start by defining some basic terms (LAN, WAN, DNS, DHCP, IP Address) and then move to The OSI Model. There is a section dedicated to Routing, Switching and Network Security.

It is all recorded and edited in FullHD using mobile friendly presentations and high quality audio.

Pass the ICND1 exam. Join now!

Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone who is interested in networking
  • Students studying towards CCENT and CCNA exams
Compare to Other CCENT Courses
Curriculum For This Course
135 Lectures
11:09:25
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Welcome to the course!
8 Lectures 25:07
I’m going to show you why it is a good idea to become a Network Engineer and why you need a Cisco certificate. I have a few examples for you, including some figures (salaries)
Preview 03:10

I will go over the popular certificates you can get from Cisco and I will explain Cisco career paths. It is very important for you to understand what you can achieve and how I can help you.
Overview of Cisco Certificates and Paths
04:06

Welcome to the ICND1/CCENT course! I’m very happy that you are here. I’m going to talk about Cisco networks and I have a lot of challenges, activities and quizzes for you. I want to make sure you are ready for the exam and real world situations.

Preview 00:58

ICND1 100-105 - What's New?
01:04

In this lecture I will show you what to expect on the ICDN1 Exam. I will give you some exam tips, topics to focus on and websites you can use to learn more about Cisco and the exam.
What to Expect on the ICDN1 Exam
05:57

In this lecture I will give you a few tips and ideas how to study and how to create a home lab. I will show you a few examples and provide links to websites that you can use. I will show you how you can save some money if you do not want to buy any hardware.
How to Study - Tips for you
06:42

How to Practice all Labs for Free at Home
03:06

E-book - All Presentation Slides - 100 pages!
00:04
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Introduction to Networking
7 Lectures 20:24
What to Expect in this Section
00:38

I will show you what a network is and give you a few real world examples. I have a very nice topology for you that shows a very basic type of network: two computers that are linked together. How? Check it out!
Preview 03:15

In this lecture I will go over the Local and Wide Area Networks. We will also introduce some Network devices. I have a few topologies as well.

Network Types
03:23

I will teach you how Routers and Switches work and why we need them in our networks today. I have a few pictures for you to help you identify a router and switch in the real world.
Network Devices: Routers and Switches
05:52

In this lecture I will go over another group of Network Devices: Firewalls and Access Points. I will show you a wireless USB card as well.

Network Devices: Firewalls and Access Points
04:17

In this lecture I prepared a simple challenge for you. I want to show you a few devices and want to make sure you can identify them. Ready?
A CHALLENGE: Identify a Network Device!
02:29

Quiz 1
3 questions

Let's Summarize this Chapter
00:30
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Networking Terms
8 Lectures 20:56
What to Expect in this Section
00:37

I will explain three terms that you will hear every time people talk about Networks. We will talk about IP addresses and two types of servers: DHCP and DNS. You will find some real world command examples as well.
IP Addresses, DHCP Server and DNS
06:55

I will teach you how to identify unicast, broadcast, and multicast messages and why we need them in our networks today. A short but very important lecture.

Communication Types
01:58

A bonus lecture that will cover the Three-Layer system, network diagrams and a star topology. You will find all these items in our networks today. It is like a foundation for a network.

Topologies and Network Diagrams
02:39

In this lecture I will go over the Cisco IOS – the operating system you can find on Cisco routers and switches. We will talk about licenses and IOS versions. You can treat it as an introduction to Cisco hardware.
Cisco IOS
02:27

Our first lab. I will connect to a Cisco router and teach you some basic commands. I will show you how to check if you have access to the Internet using show commands. I will explain some basic modes as well.
Preview 05:48

This PDF covers all basic commands and terms that you will need. I included some screenshots to make it easier for you to try it all out at home

Basic Terms and Commands
4 pages

Quiz 2
5 questions

Let's Summarize this Chapter
00:32
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The OSI Model - Layers 7-4
7 Lectures 25:29
What to Expect in this Section
00:32

In this lecture I will cover the OSI Model in general and describe why it is important to follow a standard. We will check the OSI Layers and learn some keywords that identify every single layer of this Model.

Why Do We Need the OSI Model?
04:01

In this lecture I will go over Layer 7, 6 and 5 of the OSI Model in detail. We will talk about sessions and services that run at these three layers.
The Application, Presentation and Session Layers
04:56

In this lecture I will go over the most important Layer – L4. I show you the main differences between TCP and UDP protocols. It is a key lecture in this section, it gives you a very good idea how our networks run today. Reliability is the keyword here!
The Transport Layer
05:51

TCP has many interesting features. In this lecture I will teach you what the Three Way Handshake and Windowing is all about. I have a nice picture to help you understand this concept.
The Three Way Handshake and Windowing
04:44

In this lecture I will talk about Port Numbers and will explain why we need them. We use them every day. Now it is time for you to learn how a server understands what you want to achieve.
Why Do We Need Port Numbers?
04:59

Quiz 3
5 questions

Let's Summarize this Chapter
00:26
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The OSI Model - Layers 2-1
11 Lectures 44:53
What to Expect in this Section
00:48

In this lecture I will go over the network Layer and routers. I will show you an example of an IP address and subnet mask. We will also cover private and public IP ranges. It is an introduction to subnetting as well.

The Network Layer
06:21

I will teach you how to identify a protocol that runs on Layer 2. We will talk about a MAC address and Address Resolution Protocol.
The Data Link Layer
05:53

Before I move on to the last layer I want to cover one more topic. In this lecture I will go over Collision and Broadcast Domains and how to identify them. We will talk about switches and hubs (L1 devices) and how they deal with collision and broadcast domains.

Collision and Broadcast Domains
05:25

A CHALLENGE: Collision and Broadcast Domains.
03:22

In this lecture I will go over the last Layer of the OSI Model which is L1. It is all about cables and bits. I will show a few cables as well (RJ45 and RJ11), including some fiber optic cables.
The Physical Layer
02:00

In this lecture I will introduce you to the TCP/IP Model and compare it to the OSI Model. It is a very popular topic on every IT exam. I will also explain what the Encapsulation process means. It is a very important term which you will find useful later on.
TCP/IP and Encapsulation
04:20

Challenge: Communication
08:15

I have a challenge for you. I will show you a keyword or a definition and ask you to identify the OSI Layer for it. I have 5 examples here to make sure you are ready for your exam.
CHALLENGE: Identify the OSI Layers
04:06

In this lecture I will go over some basics about Subnetting. I will show you a few definitions, subnet masks, IP addresses and wildcard masks. It is a very important lecture for our future labs and exercises.
Bits, Bytes, and Subnet Masks
03:44

Quiz 4
5 questions

Let's Summarize this Chapter
00:39
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Routers and Routing
10 Lectures 52:07
What to Expect in this Section
00:41

I have a photo of a real Cisco router for you. I will teach you how you can identify a port on a Cisco router and how to start working with Cisco hardware. I am going to use a small office home office router (SOHO) that supports a VDSL and ADSL line. Learn about Cisco hardware!
Cisco Routers
05:08

It is extremely important to make our networks as secure as possible. This is why I am going to teach you how you can create a password on a Cisco device. I will introduce different types of passwords, interfaces and lines.

Passwords on a Cisco Router
01:58

Are you ready to connect to a Cisco router and set it up? I will show you our topology and a list of tasks that we want to complete. It will be very easy for you to understand what we want to achieve and what you need to know for your exam.
Our Lab - What to Expect
02:22

LAB: Let's Connect To a Cisco Router now!!!
10:53

We want to manage our Cisco devices remotely. I will show you how you can enable the most popular protocol for it: telnet. We will talk about passwords as well, because we need to protect our remote sessions.

LAB: How to Enable Telnet
08:57

LAB: SSH and Banners.
08:05

LAB: How to Make a Back-up.
04:00

I have a long list of important show commands for you. I will talk you through all of them and give you some examples of why and when to use them. I want to make sure you are ready to start troubleshooting Cisco devices.

LAB: Basic Show Commands
09:21

Quiz 5
5 questions

Let's Summarize this Chapter
00:42
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Static Routes
7 Lectures 28:29
What to Expect in This Section
00:36

In this lecture I will discuss routers and how they work. You will learn a little more about static and dynamic routing. I have a nice example to help you understand this process.
The Routing Process
05:40

I will show you how a static route works and how to create it on a Cisco router. We will need it when we connect to a real device and configure it using our topology.
Static Routes
05:47

We are ready to implement static routing. I have two routers for you, they are directly connected. Our task will be to create a route that allows you to reach a network behind a router.
LAB: Let's Configure a Static Route on a Cisco Router!!!
11:05

There is a concept known as a default route. I will show you why you need it and how to create it on a Cisco device. We will connect to a router and configure it as well.
Default Routes on a Cisco Router
02:26

When you think about packet switching a router – think CEF! I will show you what it is and some old methods that are available on a Cisco router.

Cisco Express Forwarding (CEF)
02:11

Quiz 6
4 questions

Let's Summarize this Chapter
00:44
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Dynamic Routing Protocols
9 Lectures 45:21
What to Expect In this Section
00:36

I will ask you to go on-line and find a router that matches some special requirements. It is a real world example. I received a request like this from one of my customers!
Overview of Dynamic Routing Protocols!
05:48

RIP intro
01:33

RIP1
11:05

RIP2
12:39

RIP3
10:55

I have a client and he needs a piece of advice. I will ask you to assist and suggest a solution he can go for. Sounds interesting?

Challenge: We Need to Buy a Router. Can you Help?
01:03

I have a client and he needs a piece of advice. I will ask you to assist and suggest a solution he can go for. Sounds interesting?
Challenge Walkthrough: We Need to Buy a Router. Can you Help?
01:04

Quiz 7
3 questions

Let's Summarize this Chapter
00:38
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Subnetting!
7 Lectures 42:43
What to Expect in this Section
00:39

In this lecture I will show you how to start with subnetting. I have a few examples for you as well. You will learn about IP addresses, subnet masks, and classes of IP addresses
Introduction to Subnetting
06:28

How to Start with Subnetting
11:37

I have two examples for you. First, we will divide an IP address into 5 networks. Then, we will come up with a template to create 5 hosts per network.

Subnetting - Examples
05:34

5 additional examples for you – I show you a network address and ask a question. You have a few seconds to answer. Are you ready for this challenge?

CHALLENGE: Subnetting
07:47

I will show you how to start with VLSM. I have a few examples for you. You will be asked to focus on this topic as it is very important for your exam!
VLSM
10:10

Quiz 8
4 questions

Let's Summarize this Chapter
00:28
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Switches And LAN Technologies
10 Lectures 39:29
What to Expect in this Section
00:25

In this section I will go back to Layer 2 and will talk about switches in general. I will start our discussion about VLAN and VTP. I prepared a lot of interesting LABS and topics to make sure you are ready for the exam.
Overview of Switches
03:04

Are you ready for our first lab? I will show you how you can configure a Cisco switch. We will talk about hostnames, IP addresses, telnet and ssh access. I will cover passwords and basic show commands as well.

LAB: What to Expect
03:03

Yes! We will connect to a Cisco switch and configure it. I will show you IP addresses, telnet, ssh, and some show commands.

LAB: Basic Switch Configuration
07:40

Overview of Virtual Local Area Networks. I have a nice network diagram for you to help you understand the importance of VLANs in our networks today. We will talk about standards that make VLAN possible.
What is a VLAN?
04:01

We know enough about VLANs to connect to a switch and enable it all. Are you ready? Let's go!

LAB: VLANs
03:13

We know enough about VLANs. We can connect two switches now and create a special port called a trunk. I will show you DTP – a protocol that allows you to negotiate trunk settings between two switches.

Trunks and DTP
06:00

LAB: Trunks.
05:56

In this lecture we will talk about the Native VLAN and why we need it when we configure a trunk between two Cisco switches. I will connect to a switch as well and show you how you can change the Native VLAN to VLAN2.

Native VLAN
05:27

Quiz 9
5 questions

Let's Summarize this Chapter
00:40
7 More Sections
About the Instructor
Marious Kuriata
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Hi, my name is Marious. I have been working in IT for 14 years (web design, networking, security, tutoring). I currently work as a Cisco Security Engineer in a support IT Company in London and I run my own training company. My courses/certifications: MCSE, MCSA, MCTS, MCP, Cisco CCNA, CCNP, CCNA Security, CCSP, Zyxel Security Professional, Postgraduate studies in networking & security. A Master's Degree in Human Resources.

12 years of experience in IT. This has included designing, troubleshooting and installing networks, Cisco routers, switches, access points and firewalls (ASA Firewalls, Aironet, VLANs, routing protocols RIP, OSPF, EIGRP, BGP, spanning tree, VPNs, Cyberoam, IPS/IDS, Riverbed), Previous experience includes Microsoft systems, IT Manager, Technical Trainer (Cisco, Comptia, Microsoft) and Private Tutor.

CCNA Cisco Certified Network Associate (2009)

CCNP Cisco Certified Network Professional (2010)

CCNA_SEC Cisco Certified Network Associate Security (2012)

CCNA_ASA Cisco ASA Firewalls Specialist: Security and VPNs (2013)

CCSP (CCNP Sec) – Cisco Certified Security Specialist (2013)

ZCNP ZyXEL Certified Network Professional (2012)

MCSE Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (2011)

MCP Microsoft Certified Professional (Windows Server) (2009)

MCTS Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (Vista) (2009)

MCSA Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (2010)

Training in ERP management, Cisco Networking Academy CCNA (distinction)

Microsoft Courses (Windows Server 2003, SQL, XP, ISA Server, Exchange Server)