The Ultimate Cisco CCNA Packet Tracer Project
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The Ultimate Cisco CCNA Packet Tracer Project

Master your CCNA studies, knowledge, and practical skills using this full packet tracer project course.
4.9 (6 ratings)
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60 students enrolled
Created by Bassam Alkaff
Last updated 6/2017
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Includes:
  • 3 hours on-demand video
  • 18 Articles
  • 18 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Refresh CCNA knowledge and practical skills.
  • Understand and apply CCNA technologies in a full project environment.
  • Use techniques that speeds up and eases tasks configuration, and minimizes mistakes.
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Requirements
  • CCNA Level Knowledge or Currently studying CCNA.
  • Access to Packet Tracer.
Description

Whenever I finished teaching CCNA in a classroom, my students ask me to give them a full project to apply their knowledge and master their practical skills. And from there, the idea of this course came. Usually, when students study CCNA, they practice technologies in separate labs for each technology. Therefore, they feel that they are lacking practicing labs where multiple technologies interact, and depend on each other. For example, if your layer 2 technologies such as trunking and EtherChannel do not work, then your layer 3 technologies such as routing will not work. Furthermore, students want to practice labs that simulates real networks in production as much as possible. For these mentioned reasons, I have created this course so that students:

  • Refresh, strengthen, and master CCNA knowledge and practical skills.
  • Apply CCNA knowledge in a full project that simulates real networks in production.
  • Feel how the configuration section in the CCIE lab looks like , with many required tasks, and where multiple technologies interact and depend on each other , but at the CCNA level.
  • Learn how to use techniques that speed up and ease configuration, and minimize mistakes such as using history command and notepad. These techniques are useful even when working with real projects in production.

You can use this course to refresh or complement your CCNA studies. Please do not depend on it alone for your CCNA studies. It is assumed that you are either finished CCNA currently or long ago, or are studying for it currently. 

This course contains articles, videos, the network topology in packet tracer, files of the required tasks and complete solutions. Each task is solved in a separated video that is preceded by an article that contains a brief explanation of technology in the task, its configuration and verification. I strongly recommend reading each article before watching the companion video. Also, try to solve each task yourself first before watching the solution in the video or reading it in the solution file.

This course consists of six sections:

  1. Course Introduction and overview: where I explain the network design and topology, and you will find the packet tracer topology, and the tasks required to be configured.
  2. Configuring the Main Site: where Layer 2 and Layer 3 technologies are configured to achieve full connectivity within the main site.
  3. Configuring the Branches: where the branches are configured so that we achieve full connectivity within the whole network.
  4. Configuring Additional Features and Security: where features that enhances the performance and security of the network are implemented.
  5. Configuring Internet Connectivity: where connectivity to and from the Internet is configured securely.
  6. Final Verification and Full Solutions: where final & full verification of our configuration is done and a file of the full solutions is provided.

Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone who finished studying CCNA long ago, and want to refresh his/her knowledge and practical skills.
  • Anyone who alreay finished studying CCNA, and wants to practice what he/she has learned using full project.
  • Anyone studying CCNA currently, and wants to complement his/her studies using full project.
  • Anyone who wants to apply his/her Cisco knowledge with a project that simulates real networks in production.
  • Anyone who wants to feel how the configuration section in the CCIE lab looks like , with many required tasks, and where multiple technologies interact , but at the CCNA level.
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Curriculum For This Course
56 Lectures
03:11:41
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Course Introduction
5 Lectures 08:29

Topology in Packet Tracer
00:01

Project Tasks
00:01


The Network Topology
02:48
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Configuring the Main Site
17 Lectures 01:13:13


Configuring VLANs and Assigning Access Ports to VLANs
00:55

Configuring VLANs and Assigning Access Ports to VLANs
10:14

Configuring EtheChannel Trunks
00:59

Configuring EtheChannel Trunks Part 1
07:30

Configuring EtheChannel Trunks Part 2
08:50

Configuring VLAN Interfaces
03:59

Configuring Servers' IP Settings
02:16

Configuring STP
01:40

Configuring HSRP
00:31

Configuring STP Root and HSRP
11:14

Preparing for the Next Tasks
00:34

Preparing for the Next Tasks
06:23

Configuring DHCP
00:37

Configuring DHCP
06:26

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Configuring the Branches
12 Lectures 44:45
Configuring Routed Ports
04:17

Configuring VLANs and Access Ports in Switches of the Branches
05:34

Configuring Inter-VLAN Routing
00:39

Configuring Subinterfaces on Routers of the Branches
05:46

Configuring Frame-Realy
00:31

Configuring Frame-Realy
08:57

Configuring Hostnames
02:28

Configuring PPP
00:28

Configuring PPP with CHAP Authentication
04:11

Configuring IP Routing
00:57

Configuring IP Routing
05:17

Configuring DHCP for the Branches
05:40
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Configuring Additional Features and Security
9 Lectures 28:59
Configuring DNS
02:05

Configuring Port-Security
01:13

Configuring Port-Security
06:55

Changing the STP Mode to Rapid-PVST
02:27

Changing the STP Mode on the L3 Switches
00:41

Configuring PortFast and BPDUGuard
03:28

Configuring ACLs
00:35

Configuring ACLs
05:51

Configuring the access-class Command
05:44
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Configuring Internet Connectivity
11 Lectures 30:24
Configuring DHCP pool on the ISP router
01:52

Configuring Default Routing
03:21

Configuring Default Route on the ISP Router
01:23

Configuring ACLs for Web Access
05:11

Configuring ACLs for Web Access in the Branches
02:52

Configuring NAT & PAT
01:10

Configuring the NAT-ACL
01:20

Configuring NAT Interfaces
02:36

Configuring PAT for Internal Users
05:26

Configuring External DNS
02:22

Configuring Static PAT
02:51
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Final Verification and Full Solutions
2 Lectures 06:19
Ensuring Connectivity and Security Requirements
06:18

Project Full Solutions
00:01
About the Instructor
Bassam Alkaff
4.7 Average rating
20 Reviews
2,235 Students
2 Courses
Network & Security Engineer & Instructor, CCDP, CCNPx3, VCP

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)