CCNA VLOGs: Pass your CCNA 200-125, ICND1 or ICND2 exam!

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CCNA VLOGs: Pass your CCNA 200-125, ICND1 or ICND2 exam!
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 (548 ratings)
31,456 students
This course is for anyone who wants to attain the Cisco CCENT or CCNA certification
Once you complete this course and pass your CCENT exam, you can study towards higher level Cisco certifications

Requirements

  • Studying for their CCENT or CCNA certifications
  • Basic understanding of computers (connect to the Internet)
Description

Welcome to the CCNA VLOG! 

This course helps you prepare for the newest CCNA 200-125 exam, and the CCENT 100-105 exam (ICND1); and the ICND2 200-105 exam. 

This course is unlike other CCNA courses as it contains:

* Constantly updated and new material to help you prepare.

* Large amount of practical video content with detailed explanations of CCNA topics and GNS3 demonstrations

* GNS3 labs - multiple topologies using GNS3. Create your own local lab and follow along.

* Many demonstrations showing you practically how to configure and build GNS3 and Cisco networks

Networks are all around us and you are using one right now to access this course.

Imagine for a moment, how different your life would be without access to Facebook, Snapchat, Google, YouTube, Whatsapp or any of the other websites on the Internet? How would you live with no Internet?

The Internet is extremely important in modern life today and all websites and Internet communication relies on networking. This reliance is only predicted to continue with the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) in the next few years.

Without routers, switches, network cabling and protocols like BGP there would be no Internet!

This course will teach you how networks actually work and how you are able to connect to websites like Facebook, Google, and YouTube.

Companies throughout the world (from the smallest to the largest) rely on networks designed, installed and maintained by networking engineers. Join this in demand industry!

Start your journey today learning about networking.

Content in this course can be used towards your CCNA. Topics such as IP addressing, subnetting and many others can be applied directly to passing your CCNA certification.

Access our online simulations so you can practice on simulated Cisco routers and switches. You will get to type commands such as enable, configure terminal, router ospf and many others and learn how to configure devices.

I want to welcome you to this GNS3 Cisco CCNA course! I'm David Bombal, and I have been teaching networking courses for over 15 years. I qualified as a Cisco Certified Interwork Engineer (CCIE) in 2003 and hold with numerous other networking certifications. I'm also a Cisco and HPE certified instructor where I have trained thousands of networking engineers in many of the largest companies in the world including Fortune 100 companies.

I have designed this course for anyone wanting to learn more about networking and gain foundational knowledge, to help them embark on their networking career. The concepts taught in this course can be applied directly to multiple industry certifications including the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA).

In this course, you will learn about topics such as IP addressing, IP subnetting, Routing, Switches, VLANs, Spanning Tree, Network Address Translation, Wireless and a whole lot more.

You will also learn more about the latest networking trends including OpenFlow and Software Defined Networking.

The course covers the topics in the Cisco ICND1, ICND2 and CCNA exams.

At the end of this course, you will be able to confidently discuss networking topics; and be able to start configuring real networking devices such as routers and switches. In this an introductory course, but contains a lot of information that can be directly applied to the CCNA certification.

The ideal student for this course is someone looking to break into the networking field, someone looking to extend their knowledge from PCs and servers to networking, or someone interested in getting knowledge to work in one of the most exciting, most in-demand jobs in IT - networking.

There are no requirements necessary to enroll in this course, I only ask that you come open minded and ready to learn.

Feel free to take a look at the course description and some of the sample free videos.

I look forward to seeing you on the inside!

Who this course is for:
  • If you are interested in a Networking career, then this course is for you!
  • This course is for anyone who wants to attain the Cisco CCENT or CCNA certification
Curriculum
1 section96 lectures13h 6m total length
  • CCNA VLOG #001: Troubleshooting OSPF for the CCNA 120-125 exam
  • CCNA VLOG #002: Q&A: Loopback? What? Why? CCNA 120-125 questions
  • CCNA VLOG #003: What's your name? That won't work! CCNA Troubleshooting
  • CCNA VLOG #004: IP default gateway versus default route
  • CCNA VLOG #005: Why is the network broken? CCNA 200-125 Troubleshooting
  • CCNA VLOG #006: Troubleshoot Telnet issues in preparation for the CCNA 200-125 e
  • CCNA VLOG #007: BGP configuration and verification for the CCNA 200-125 exam
  • CCNA VLOG #008: BGP troubleshooting for the CCNA 200-125 exam
  • CCNA VLOG #009: BGP troubleshooting 2 - lost BGP route - CCNA 200-125 exam
  • CCNA VLOG #010: Q&A: Loopbacks? Another good reason to use loopbacks! CCNA 120-1
  • CCNA VLOG #011: BGP troubleshooting 3 - Neighbor down! CCNA 200-125 exam
  • CCNA #012: Learn SNMP with GNS3, Wireshark and Solarwinds NPM - CCNA 200-125 exa
  • CCNA #013: Spanning Tree CCNA Exam Questions: Know the answer? CCNA 200-125 exam
  • CCNA #014: Routing decisions? OSPF or EIGRP? CCNA 200-125 exam questions
  • CCNA #015: DHCP Server and client configuration using Cisco IOS: CCNA 200-125 ex
  • CCNA #016: OSPF, EIGRP, RIP or Static Routes? Routing decisions? CCNA 200-125 ex
  • CCNA #017: What is a RIB Failure? EBGP versus IBGP? CCNA 200-125 exam questions
  • CCNA #018: Routing exam questions: Who wins? OSPF, EIGRP or RIP? Sure? CCNA 200-
  • CCNA #019: Spanning Tree CCNA Exam Questions: Root Bridge, Root Port and more: C
  • CCNA #020: Static NAT Demo: CCNA 200-125 exam
  • CCNA VLOG #021 EIGRP Neighbor Troubleshooting: Debugs show not common Subnet: CC
  • CCNA #022 EIGRP Neighbor Troubleshooting for the CCNA 200-125 Exam
  • CCNA #023 EIGRP Neighbor Troubleshooting (DUAL Issues) for the CCNA 200-125 Exam
  • CCNA #024 EIGRP Retransmission retry limit exceeded? EIGRP Neighbor Troubleshoot
  • CCNA #025 EIGRP Neighbor Troubleshooting for the CCNA 200-125 Exam
  • CCNA #026 EIGRP Neighbor Troubleshooting (no neighbors) for the CCNA 200-125 Exa
  • CCNA #027 200-125 Exam: MAC OS Simulator - are you ready for exam sims?
  • CCNA #028 VTP Troubleshooting for the CCNA 200-125 Exam
  • CCNA #029 VTP & DTP Troubleshooting for the CCNA 200-125 Exam
  • CCNA #030 VTP Troubleshooting for the CCNA 200-125 Exam
  • CCNA #031 OSPF DR, BR, Drother - CCNA 200-125 Exam Questions
  • 32- CCNA #032 Youtube - Rec 02-5-17 1 and 2 and 3 - Static NAT Part 1 - VLOG 32
  • CCNA #033 Static NAT Configuration - Multiple Servers Part 2
  • CCNA #034 Static NAT Configuration - Multiple Servers using single IP address (P
  • CCNA #035 NAT Troubleshooting Scenario 1 - Can you find the issue? CCNA Exam 200
  • CCNA #036 NAT Troubleshooting Scenario 2 - Can you find the issue? CCNA Exam 200
  • CCNA #037 OSPF Troubleshooting - can you find the issue? CCNA Exam 200-125 troub
  • CCNA #038 NAT Troubleshooting Scenario 3 - Can you find the issue? CCNA Exam 200
  • CCNA #039 - OSPF DR, BR and DROTHER Election - do you know the answers?
  • CCNA #040 NAT Troubleshooting Scenario 4 - Can you find the issue? CCNA Exam 200
  • CCNA #041 - OSPF DR, BR and DROTHER Election - do you know the answers?
  • CCNA #042 - Campus troubleshooting scenario 1: Can you find the issue?
  • CCNA #043 Campus troubleshooting scenario 2: Can you find the issue?
  • CCNA #044 OSPFv3 route exchange without IP addresses. Possible?
  • CCNA #045 Users cannot ping? Which layer of the OSI model broke?
  • CCNA #046 NAT Troubleshooting Scenario 5 - Can you find the issue? CCNA Exam 200
  • CCNA #047 DHCP Troubleshooting Scenario 1 - Can you find the issue?
  • CCNA #048 IPv6 initial configuration and static routing using local interface (I
  • CCNA #049 IPv6 static routing using next hop IPv6 address (IPv6 routing Part 2)
  • CCNA #050 CCNA IP addressing and subnetting: Are these hosts on the same subnet?
  • CCNA #051 CCNA IP addressing and subnetting: Can these hosts ping each other?
  • CCNA #052 Campus troubleshooting scenario 3: Can you find the issue?
  • CCNA #053 CCNA IP addressing and subnetting: Can these hosts ping each other?
  • CCNA #054 Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) explained (with Wireshark)
  • CCNA #055 DHCP Troubleshooting Scenario 2 - Can you find the issue?
  • CCNA #056 DHCP Troubleshooting Scenario 3 - Can you find the issue?
  • CCNA #057 RIP Troubleshooting Scenario 1. Can you find the issue?
  • CCNA #058 RIP Troubleshooting Scenario 2: Can you find the issue?
  • CCNA #059 RIP Troubleshooting Scenario 3: Can you find the issue?
  • CCNA #060: LAN and WAN troubleshooting Scenario: Can you find th
  • CCNA #061 Did RIP or something else break the network? Can you fin
  • CCNA #062 Troubleshooting IPv6 networks for the CCNA exam (Part 1). Can you fin
  • CCNA #063 Troubleshooting IPv6 networks for the CCNA exam (Part 2). Can you find
  • CCNA #064 Troubleshooting IPv6 networks for the CCNA exam (Part 3). Can you find
  • CCNA #065 Routed ports, Switchports and SVIs - what and how?
  • CCNA #066 How to configure Layer 3 switching and interVLAN routing for the CCNA
  • CCNA #067 How to configure Layer 3 switching and interVLAN routing for the CCNA
  • CCNA #068 How to configure Layer 3 switching and interVLAN routing for the CCNA
  • CCNA #069 MAC Address troubleshooting scenario 1: Can you find the issue?
  • CCNA #070 Using Ostinato to prove how networks work for the CCNA Exam. Don't be
  • CCNA #071 Using Ostinato to prove how broadcasts work for the CCNA Exam (Part 1
  • CCNA #072 Using Ostinato to prove how broadcasts work for the CCNA Exam (Part
  • CCNA #073 OSPF Multi-area configuration and testing for the CCNA Exam (Part 1)
  • CCNA #074 OSPF Multi-area configuration and testing for the CCNA Exam (Part 2)
  • CCNA #075 OSPF Multi-area configuration and testing for the CCNA Exam (Part 3)
  • CCNA #076: Static and default IP routes for the CCNA Exam (Part 1)
  • CCNA #077: Static and default IP routes for the CCNA Exam (Part 2)
  • CCNA #078: Administrative Distance and Static routes for the CCNA Exam (Part 3
  • CCNA #079: IP Addressing and IP Subnetting for the CCNA Exam (Part 1). Practical
  • CCNA #080: IP Addressing and IP Subnetting for the CCNA Exam (Part 2). Practical
  • CCNA #081: IP Addressing and IP Subnetting for the CCNA Exam (Part 3). Practical
  • CCNA #082 OSPF Multi-area configuration and troubleshooting for the CCNA Exam (V
  • CCNA #083: IP Addressing and IP Subnetting for the CCNA Exam (Part 4). Practical
  • CCNA #084: MPLS Terms for the CCNA Exam (P, PE, CE, LSR, LSP, Label)
  • CCNA #085: MPLS Part 2: MPLS Labels and reasons to implement MPLS
  • CCNA #086: MPLS Part 3: Core MPLS Configuration: MPLS, LDP, Neighbor relationshi
  • CCNA #087: MPLS Part 4: Core MPLS Labels - CEF, forwarding tables, Wireshark cap
  • CCNA #088: MPLS Part 5: Hide Core MPLS network from customers
  • CCNA #089: MPLS Part 6: MPLS VRFs and Layer 3 VPNs (Virtual Router and Forwardin
  • CCNA #090: MPLS Part 7: MBGP, Router OSPF VRF, MPLS L3VPN, address-family vpn4
  • CCNA #091: MPLS Part 7: CE OSPF configuration and testing. Why does the ping f
  • CCNA #092: MPLS Part 9: PE2 configuration: VRFs, OSPF, BGP
  • CCNA #093: MPLS Part 10: BGP and OSPF Redistribution
  • CCNA #094: MPLS Part 11: Testing and verification
  • CCNA #095: IPv6 ACLs: Testing and verification. CCNA IPv6 Access Control Lists.
  • CCNA #096: IPv6 ACLs (Part 2): Testing and verification. CCNA IPv6 Access Contro

Instructors
CCIE #11023, over 15 years of network training experience
David Bombal
  • 4.6 Instructor Rating
  • 63,737 Reviews
  • 406,868 Students
  • 41 Courses

David Bombal (CCIE  #11023 Emeritus) passed his Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert Routing and Switching  exam in January 2003 and is one of a small percentage of Cisco Engineers that  pass their CCIE labs on their first attempt. 

David qualified as a  Cisco Certified Systems Instructor (CCSI #22787) many years ago! He has been training Cisco  courses for over 15 years and has delivered instructor led courses in various  countries around the world covering a wide range of Cisco topics from CCNA to  CCIE. 

David is very active on social media and has over 200,000 YouTube scribers and has posted over 900 free videos.

Experts helping you become an expert.
Experts with David Bombal
  • 4.6 Instructor Rating
  • 62,324 Reviews
  • 396,318 Students
  • 37 Courses

David Bombal, together with some of the best minds in the industry is offering courses on a wide range of topics including networking, programming and software development. Our team has decades of experience teaching students from all over the world. 

Together we can do more!

Featured instructors:

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Hank Preston

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Hank’s two passions are technology and theatre. Bringing them together drives him towards a borderline obsession on creating entertaining presentations, labs and demonstrations that breakdown complex technology topics for audiences. After spending several years working on and behind the scenes on stage productions, what started as a hobby turned to a profession when Hank entered the IT industry with a focus on web and database development and engineering. 

Drifting from development into infrastructure engineering brought him to Cisco as a Systems Engineer, focusing on Data Center and Cloud Architecture for large enterprise customers. 

And after six years as an SE, Hank took up the mantle of a Developer Evangelist with DevNet where he can focuses full time on reminding everyone that technology can and should be fun to work with. 

Hank holds a Master Degree in Information Systems as well as several certifications including CCIE R/S 38336 from Cisco. 


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Chuck Black

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Chuck has been developing software for networking equipment since 1981 and has designed and developed software products for large scale networking environments using languages such as C, C++, and Java. 

Chuck has been granted 15 patents in the areas of network topology discovery, management, monitoring, health, and access control.

Chuck graduated from California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo with Bachelor and Master of Computer Science degrees.

Chuck has developed Python for Network Engineers courses for vendors such as Cisco and Juniper Networks. In addition, he has developed numerous SDN application development courses for vendors such as Cisco, HPE and Brocade.

Chuck is the co-author of the book SDN: A Comprehensive Approach, a thorough technical and business exploration of software defined networking, which has been used as a textbook for graduate level computer science coursework.

Chuck is a well known figure in SDN and network programmability circles. He has made participated in organizations such as the Open Networking Foundation (ONF) and the OpenDaylight project.

Chuck is the coauthor of one of the most popular SDN books on the market today: Software Defined Networks: A Comprehensive Approach.

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David Bombal:

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David Bombal (CCIE #11023 Emeritus) passed his Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert Routing and Switching exam in January 2003 and is one of a small percentage of Cisco Engineers that pass their CCIE labs on their first attempt.

David qualified as a Cisco Certified Systems Instructor (CCSI #22787) many years ago! He has been training Cisco courses for over 15 years and has delivered instructor led courses in various countries around the world covering a wide range of Cisco topics from CCNA to CCIE.

He has also personally developed Cisco engineer utilities such as the VPN Config Generator, software, training materials, EBooks, videos and other products which are used throughout the world.

David has designed, implemented and managed networks ranging from single sites to those that span 50 countries.