Troubleshooting is an art. Troubleshooting is a challenge. What set expert level engineers apart from average engineers is Troubleshooting methodology and efficiency. Troubleshooting has to be systematic and logical, and not by random trial and error attempts.
In this course, I will demonstrate troubleshooting of Cisco devices in multiple labs.Topics in this course include routing, switching, BGP, IPv6, IP services, MPLS and Security. You can use this course to learn how to troubleshoot Cisco devices in real production and to help you to prepare for the CCNP TSHOOT exam and the Troubleshooting sections of the CCIE lab exams. If you are already have CCNA level knowledge and/or experience, or you about to complete your CCNA studies, then you can use this course as a start for learning advanced troubleshooting.
This course uses multiple explaining ways in addition to videos. At the beginning of each section there will an article for summarized troubleshooting steps that is available for download as a PDF. And for each lab, initial configuration will be available for download in order for students to practice the labs and challenge themselves if they can solve the tickets before watching the videos or even after. After each section, there will be a practice test for the student to check what he has learned.
Let us start the course together and begin the troubleshooting journey. Happy troubleshooting !
Practice Questions for Switching Troubleshooting
My name is Bassam Faisal Alkaff and I have worked in the field of IT for more than 15 years.
I specialize in networking and information security and holds several certifications such as CCDP, CCNPx3 (R&S, Sec, SP), VCPx2 (DC & NV), ITILv3.
I have trained in IT training centers like APTECH, New Horizons, ExecuTrain, and Ultimate-STC.
I was the Top IEOC Contributor in July 2012 ( Internetwork Expert Online Community from INE)