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David Bombal – Cisco CCNA (200-301) – Pass with David Bombal

David Bombal - Cisco CCNA (200-301) - Pass with David Bombal

 

Welcome to the complete Cisco CCNA 200-301 course!

This course helps you prepare for the newest CCNA 200-301 exam. This is your first step towards attaining your Cisco certifications.

This course is unlike other CCNA courses as it contains:

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

* Built in Packet Tracer assessments and labs. Massive amount of practical, hands-on content that you can use to study offline.

* Software – Subnetting Calculators, Config-Register, binary & hexadecimal & decimal calculators

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

* Cheatsheets

* Quiz questions

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 Cisco CCNA 200-301 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 Network Automation and Software Defined Networking.

The course covers the topics in the lasted Cisco CCNA 200-301 exam.

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!

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Your Instructor

David Bombal

David Bombal (CCIE #11023 Emeritus) passed his Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert Routing and Switching exam in January 2003. David has the highest rated and most popular course in the GNS3 Academy: SDN and OpenFlow Introduction.

David’s software tools and training have been downloaded +100,000 times. Many thousands of engineers like you use his tools and training on a regular basis.

David has developed over 20 courses for HP which are used worldwide. These include multiple SDN courses and HP ASE certification courses (4 day Instructor led training).

David’s YouTube videos have been viewed +2 million times.

David has been training Cisco and networking courses for 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.

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/davidbombal

Twitter: https://twitter.com/davidbombal

LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/davidbombal

Course Curriculum

Welcome
  • Welcome to the course (3:23)
  • CCNA 200-301 Exam: My Experience (21:13)
  • Answering your questions (1:53)
Download and Install Recommended Software
  • Packet Tracer Windows Installation (11:55)
  • Packet Tracer Macbook Installation (19:55)
  • Packet Tracer Tips and Tricks (11:31)
Basic Networking Terms
  • What is a network? (7:01)
  • Most basic type of network (7:09)
  • A bit of networking history (4:53)
  • Servers, Clients, Ports and Protocols (8:01)
  • Practical Demonstration using Packet Tracer (15:40)
  • Networking Devices: Repeaters, Hubs, Switches and Routers (12:48)
  • Networking Devices: Firewalls, IDS, IPS and WLC (6:56)
TCP/IP Model
  • OSI and TCP-IP Models: Who cares? Rants and arguments (8:58)
  • Life is more complicated: Tips and Tricks (7:10)
  • Practical TCP-IP Model Part 1: Bits, Frames, Packets, Segments and more (7:14)
  • Practical TCP-IP Model Part 2: HTTP captures (7:24)
  • Practical TCP-IP Model Part 3: Port Numbers (9:06)
  • Practical TCP-IP Model Part 4: E-mail and FTP captures (7:26)
Binary
  • Binary Introduction (4:11)
  • Binary Math (9:43)
  • Binary Conversion Examples (5:50)
  • Converting IP Addresses to Binary (9:34)
Hexadecimal
  • Hexadecimal – why do we care? (4:20)
  • Hexadecimal – Lab demonstration (8:46)
  • Hexadecimal calculations (16:05)
IP Addressing
  • IP Addressing Overview (4:28)
  • Demonstration (1:58)
  • IP Characteristics (5:39)
  • IPv4 Address Format (1:37)
  • Network versus Host portion (6:56)
  • IPv4 Address format (Street Analogy) (2:06)
  • Address Classes (3:50)
  • Class A and B addresses (5:01)
  • Class C addresses (1:35)
  • Class D and E addresses (2:18)
  • Class A, B and C Addresses (3:45)
  • Special IPv4 Addresses (0:32)
  • Directed Broadcast Address (5:01)
  • Local Broadcast Address (4:27)
  • Local Loopback Address (4:59)
  • RFC1918 – Private Addresses (4:52)
  • RFC1918 – Class A, B, C (2:22)
  • IPv4 Link Local Addresses (4:14)
  • Subnet Masks (3:36)
  • Is a host or remote (4:46)
  • Subnet mask demonstrations (3:16)
  • Discontiguous Network Masks (1:52)
  • CIDR Notation Part 1 (0:47)
  • CIDR Notation Part 2 (2:08)
  • CIDR Notation Part 3 (5:22)
Initial Device Configuration
  • How to connect to a Cisco router or switch? (7:00)
  • Initial Device Configuration – Switches (20:11)
  • Router initial configuration (11:26)
  • Build a basic Cisco network (12:27)
Basic Cisco Configuration Lab
  • Basic Cisco Configuration Lab- Solution Part 1 (9:50)
  • Basic Cisco Configuration Lab Overview- Can you complete the lab? (2:15)
  • Basic Cisco Configuration Lab- Solution Part 2 (4:59)
IP Subnetting
  • IP Subnetting Part 1 (14:01)
  • IP Subnetting Part 2 (9:57)
  • IP Subnetting Part 3 (8:46)
  • IP Subnetting Part 4 (10:57)
  • IP Subnetting Part 5 (8:18)
Subnetting Packet Tracer Lab 1
  • Subnetting Lab 1 Introduction (4:34)
  • Subnetting Lab 1- Answers Part 1 (9:25)
  • Subnetting Lab 1- Answers Part 2 (9:52)
  • Subnetting Lab 1- Answers Part 3 (4:34)
  • Subnetting Lab 1- Answers Part 4 (8:09)
Subnetting Packet Tracer Lab 2
  • Subnetting Lab 2 – Can you complete the lab? (3:32)
  • Subnetting Lab 2 – Answers Part 1 (12:50)
  • Subnetting Lab 2 – Answers Part 2 (14:47)
IPv4 Subnetting Cheat Sheet
  • PacketLife.net IPv4 Subnetting Cheat Sheet
Subnetting VLOGs – do you know the answers?
  • CCNA VLOG #050 CCNA IP addressing and subnetting Are these hosts on the same subnet (8:50)
  • CCNA VLOG #051 CCNA IP addressing and subnetting Can these hosts ping each other (7:32)
  • CCNA VLOG #053 CCNA IP addressing and subnetting Can these hosts ping each other (6:51)
  • CCNA VLOG #079 IP Addressing and IP Subnetting for the CCNA Exam (Part 1). Practical IP Subnetting. (10:58)
  • CCNA VLOG #080 IP Addressing and IP Subnetting for the CCNA Exam (Part 2). Practical IP Subnetting (8:59)
  • CCNA VLOG #081 IP Addressing and IP Subnetting for the CCNA Exam (Part 3). Practical IP Subnetting. (11:45)
  • CCNA VLOG #083 IP Addressing and IP Subnetting for the CCNA Exam (Part 4). Practical IP Subnetting. (10:34)
Cabling and Packet Flows
  • How does data flow in hubs, switches and routers (6:15)
  • Ethernet history (5:20)
  • 10base2, MAC addresses, (5:30)
  • MAC Addresses, CSMACD (6:26)
  • Issues with 10base2, Collision domains (2:38)
  • Broadcast domains, 10BaseT (2:53)
  • Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP), Cross Over Cables (6:06)
  • Which cable should you use Cross over or straight Auto MDI MDIX (2:33)
  • Cable Categories, Cat 1 to Cat 8 (6:22)
  • DAC cable, SFPs (1:01)
  • Roll Over Cable (1:57)
  • How Devices Operate, Hubs (4:40)
  • How does a Hub forward traffic (6:10)
  • What is a bridge? (4:37)
  • How does a bridge forward traffic (6:22)
  • What is a switch (1:16)
  • How do switches forward traffic (7:16)
  • What is half duplex and full duplex (5:51)
  • What is a router (4:03)
  • How does a router forward traffic (9:43)
  • How is traffic routed between subnets? (2:57)
  • Routing between subnets – What are the IP address and MAC address values? (2:59)
  • Does a router change the MAC address or IP address (8:35)
  • Summary or routing, MAC addresses and IP addresses (9:07)
  • CCNA VLOG #070 Using Ostinato to prove how networks work for the CCNA Exam. Don’t be bitten! (7:33)
Physical Terminations Cheat Sheet
  • PacketLife.net Physical Terminations Cheat Sheet
Life of a Packet: Packet Tracer Labs
  • Life of a packet- Can you answer the questions? (4:32)
  • Life of a Packet- Answers (11:19)
Broadcast and collision domains
  • Can you answer the questions? (3:48)
  • Answers Part 1- ARP (6:38)
  • Answers Part 2- Broadcast and Collision domains (6:25)
  • Answers Part 3- Broadcast and Collision domains (10:40)
Duplex and Speed Mismatch Demo
  • Duplex and Speed Overview (2:58)
  • Speed & Duplex Demo Introduction (3:27)
  • Speed & Duplex Demo Late Collisions (6:00)
  • Speed & Duplex Demo Fix Issue between router and switch (4:48)
  • Speed & Duplex Demo Fix Other Switch Issues (8:59)
  • Speed & Duplex Demo; PC and Switch (4:40)
What is a loopback?
  • What is a loopback? Why is it used? (9:07)
  • Another reason to use a loopback – OSPF (7:54)
TCP UDP
  • IP Connectionless and Overview (10:34)
  • Comparison (10:19)
  • TCP Header and Applications (9:04)
  • Port Number (8:33)
  • TCP 3 Way Handshake (10:12)
  • TCP Acknowledgement and Windowing (10:07)
  • TCP Seq and Ack (12:55)
Wireshark Introduction
  • Why use Wireshark? (4:00)
  • Wireshark Installation- Windows (5:50)
  • Wireshark Installation- Mac OS (3:06)
Wireshark Basics
  • The best way to learn! (2:04)
  • Capture frames / packets / segments (15:11)
  • Why are no packets captured? (9:29)
  • Port SPAN / Mirroring (5:44)
VLANs v1
  • VLANS Part 1 (17:54)
  • VLANS Part 2 (21:57)
VLANS Cheat Sheet
  • VLANs
VLANs and 802.1Q Demos
  • Demo Overview (6:36)
  • Demo Part 2 Access Ports (9:31)
  • Demo Part 3 – Trunking (6:43)
  • Demo Part 4 – Wireshark (6:51)
  • Demo Part 5 – Wireshark (8:59)
  • Demo InterVLAN Routing Part 1 (5:53)
  • Demo InterVLAN Routing Part 2 (4:39)
  • Demo InterVLAN Routing Part 3 (1:38)
VLAN: Basic Campus Network: Packet Tracer Lab
  • Lab Overview- Can you complete the lab? (2:26)
  • VLANs Campus Network Answers Part 1 (8:16)
  • VLANs Campus Network Answers Part 2 (5:53)
  • VLANs Campus Network Answers Part 3 (11:26)
Dynamic Trunk Protocol – DTP
  • DTP Theory (2:08)
  • DTP GNS3 Demo Part 1 (7:09)
  • DTP GNS3 Demo Part 2 (3:37)
  • DTP GNS3 Demo Part 3 (7:33)
Wireshark Practical Test: How well do you know DTP?
  • DTP: Will a trunk be formed? (0:52)
  • DTP Lab- Answers (8:56)
Spanning Tree
  • Spanning Tree Overview (2:05)
  • Versions of Spanning Tree (4:07)
  • Why is Spanning Tree Required (7:27)
  • BPDUs and Bridge IDs_Edited (2:38)
  • Demo STP Root (7:36)
  • Root Ports and Designated Ports (8:24)
  • Extended Bridge ID (4:17)
  • PortFast (2:35)
  • Path Cost Part 1 (1:42)
  • Path Cost Part 2 (5:30)
  • Path Cost Part 3 (4:21)
  • PVST versus RPVST Port States (8:23)
  • RPVST and PVST Interoperability (2:36)
  • 802.1w and 802.1s Overview (3:03)
  • 802.1w (7:09)
  • Demo 802.1w (7:19)
  • 802.1w Link Types (3:06)
  • 802.1w Proposals (6:18)
  • 802.1s MSTP (6:22)
  • Spanning Tree Comparison Summary (3:35)
Disable Spanning Tree – are you crazy?
  • What happens when you disable Spanning Tree? (3:19)
  • I disabled Spanning Tree! What are the Results (11:36)
Spanning Tree PortFast: Packet Tracer Lab
  • Spanning Tree PortFast- Can you complete the lab? (5:49)
  • Spanning Tree PortFast- Answers (4:43)
Spanning Tree Cheat Sheet
  • PacketLife.net Spanning Tree Cheat Sheet
BPDU Guard
  • BPDU Guard Part 1 (5:59)
  • BPDU Guard Part 2 (1:00)
  • BPDU Guard Part 3 (2:57)
CDP Overview
  • CDP Introduction (9:43)
  • CDP Demo (6:16)
CCNA Campus VLOGs
  • CCNA VLOG #065 Routed ports, Switchports and SVIs – what and how (12:25)
  • CCNA VLOG #066 How to configure Layer 3 switching and interVLAN routing for the CCNA Exam (7:44)
  • CCNA VLOG #067 How to configure Layer 3 switching and interVLAN routing for the CCNA Exam (Part2) (9:13)
  • CCNA VLOG #068 How to configure Layer 3 switching and interVLAN routing for the CCNA Exam (Part3) (7:32)
  • CCNA VLOG #071 Using Ostinato to prove how broadcasts work for the CCNA Exam (Part 1) (6:30)
  • CCNA VLOG #072 Using Ostinato to prove how broadcasts work for the CCNA Exam (Part 2) (5:05)
Campus Network Troubleshooting
  • CCNA VLOG #042 Campus troubleshooting scenario 1: Can you find the issue? (13:20)
  • CCNA VLOG #043 Campus troubleshooting scenario 2: Can you find the issue? (9:18)
  • CCNA VLOG #045 Users cannot ping? Which layer of the OSI model broke? (6:12)
  • CCNA VLOG #052 Campus troubleshooting scenario 3: Can you find the issue? (7:10)
  • CCNA VLOG #060: LAN and WAN troubleshooting Scenario: Can you find the issue? (13:00)
  • CCNA VLOG #069: MAC Address troubleshooting scenario 1: Can you find the issue? (9:27)
Packet Tracer Campus Network: Part 1
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network Overview- Can you complete the lab? (8:01)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network- Answers Part 1- Power on and hostname configuration (7:48)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network- Answers Part 2- Port configuration (7:29)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network- Answers Part 3- Passwords (5:02)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network- Answers Part 4- VTP and VLANS (4:28)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network- Answers Part 5- Access ports and trunk ports (10:47)
Packet Tracer Campus Network: Part 2
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network Part 2 Overview- Can you complete the lab? (4:44)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network Part 2- Answers Part 1- CDP & LLDP (6:16)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network Part 2- Answers Part 2- CDP and LLDP (5:02)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network Part 2- Answers Part 3- Spanning Tree (9:43)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network Part 2- Answers Part 4- EtherChannel (12:42)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network Part 2- Answers Part 5- EtherChannel (11:00)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network Part 2- Answers Part 6- SVIs, IP addresses, routing (8:22)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network Part 2- Answers Part 7- Access Switch IP addresses (3:31)

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CDP and LLDP Wireshark Quiz
  • CDP, LLDP Lab: Quiz (1:56)
  • CDP, LLDP Lab: Answers (8:32)
Routing Introduction
  • Introduction to IP Routing (0:39)
  • Overview (0:35)
  • Routed vs. Routing Protocols (5:55)
  • Routed protocols (2:20)
  • Demonstrations (3:33)
  • Static Routes and Dynamic Routes (6:14)
  • Static vs. Dynamic Routing (4:10)
  • Static vs. Dynamic Routing (1:08)
  • How do routers determine the best route (3:32)
  • Terms AS, IGPs, EGPs (4:20)
  • Types of Routing Protocols -Distance Vector, Link State (8:23)
  • EIGRP – advanced distance vector routing protocol (2:09)
  • Administrative Distance Introduction (0:46)
  • Administrative Distance values (3:10)
  • Additional AD values (0:33)
  • How does a router route when told conflicting information (2:29)
  • Classful routing protocols (2:51)
  • Auto Summarization (2:58)
  • Classless routing protocols (1:54)
  • Administrative Distance versus mask length (2:30)
  • Administrative Distance and multiple routes with the same mask (1:20)
  • Link State Routing Protocols (3:32)
  • OSPF Hierarchy – Multiple areas (3:33)
  • Benefits of link state routing (2:47)
  • Drawbacks of link state routing (1:39)
Static Routing
  • Static Routing 1 (2:26)
  • Static Routing 2 (0:30)
  • Static Routing 3 (3:38)
  • Static Routing 4 (4:59)
  • Static Routing 5 (4:59)
  • Static Routing 6 (8:25)
  • Static Routing 7 (8:53)
  • Static Routing 8 (4:58)
  • Static Routing 9 (2:09)
Static Routes: Packet Tracer Lab
  • Static Routes- Can you complete the lab? (2:30)
  • Static Routes- Answers Part 1 (12:28)
  • Static Routes- Answers Part 2 (6:24)
IP Default-gateway? (CCNA VLOG)
  • IP default gateway versus default route (CCNA VLOG #004) (6:14)
Static routing VLOGs
  • CCNA VLOG #076 Static and default IP routes for the CCNA Exam (Part 1) (9:12)
  • CCNA VLOG #077 Static and default IP routes for the CCNA Exam (Part 2) (6:19)
  • CCNA VLOG #078 Administrative Distance and Static routes for the CCNA Exam (Part 3) (8:14)
Router on a stick
  • Router on a stick overview (1:05)
  • Create topology (2:20)
  • Router configuration (subinterfaces) (3:39)
  • Wireshark capture of 802.1Q frames (2:58)
Router on a stick: Packet Tracer lab
  • Router on a stick lab overview- Can you complete the lab? (2:38)
  • Router on a stick solution (10:58)
DHCP
  • DHCP Explained Step by Step Part 1 (15:13)
  • DHCP Explained Step by Step Part 2 (10:21)
Using Cisco IOS Network Devices as a DHCP Server and Client (GNS3)
  • GNS3 DHCP Server Part 1 (7:27)
  • GNS3 DHCP Server Part 2 (5:31)
DHCP Server Configuration Lab 1
  • DHCP Server Lab 1 Overview- Can you complete the lab? (1:42)
  • DHCP Server Lab 1 Solution (2:58)
DHCP Server Configuration Lab 2
  • DHCP Server Lab Overview- Can you complete the lab? (2:31)
  • DHCP Server Lab2 Answers Part 1 (6:04)
  • DHCP Server Lab2 Answers Part 2 (7:13)
DHCP Troubleshooting
  • CCNA VLOG #047 DHCP Troubleshooting Scenario 1 – Can you find the issue? (9:04)
  • CCNA VLOG #055 DHCP Troubleshooting Scenario 2 – Can you find the issue? (7:27)
  • CCNA VLOG #056 DHCP Troubleshooting Scenario 3 – Can you find the issue? (7:10)
DNS
  • DNS Explained Part 1 (14:39)
  • DNS Explained Part 2 (13:12)
VLSM
  • VLSM Part 1 (16:28)
  • VLSM Part 2 (18:00)
Administrative Distance and Route lengths
  • Administrative Distance Part 1 (CCNA VLOG #014) (7:12)
  • Administrative Distance Part 2 (CCNA VLOG #016) (9:04)
  • Administrative Distance Part 3 (CCNA VLOG #017) (6:15)
  • Administrative Distance Part 4 (CCNA VLOG #018) (5:32)
Packet Tracer Campus Network: Part 3
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network Part 3- Can you complete the lab? (1:38)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network Part 3- Answers Part 1- HSRP Part 1 (8:48)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network Part 3- Answers Part 2- HSRP Part 2 (8:41)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network Part 3- Answers Part 3- HSRP & testing (10:23)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network Part 3- Answers Part 4- EIGRP (5:09)
First Hop Redundancy Cheat Sheet
  • PacketLife.net First Hop Redundancy Protocol Cheat Sheet
Network Time Protocol (NTP)
  • Why do we need NTP? (1:31)
  • Demo Issue on Network (3:10)
  • NTP Overview (1:33)
  • Configure NTP (8:36)
  • Points to remember (2:38)
NTP and Syslog: Packet Tracer Lab
  • NTP and Syslog- Can you complete the lab? (4:58)
  • NTP and Syslog- Answers Part 1 (5:04)
  • NTP and Syslog- Answers Part 2 (5:32)
Port SPAN (Mirroring)
  • SPAN Introduction (1:10)
  • SPAN network overview (1:57)
  • Tests before SPAN (6:27)
  • Configure SPAN (8:27)
  • SPAN Ingress Options (3:40)
  • SPAN Options (6:13)
  • SPAN – Multiple Sessions (3:25)
Real world network management (Optional)
  • Please note
  • Its not the NETWORK! (1:59)
  • Netpath, NPM12 and GNS3 overview (0:52)
  • Live demo of NetPath
Create a GNS3 network and integrate NPM (Optional)
  • How to Guide, Topology Overview, Windows 7 VM for NPM and Windows 2012 VHD (4:43)
  • NPM Download, Access NPM software and Install and Inititial Login to NPM (6:10)
  • Integration of NPM and GNS3, GNS3 VM and Build GNS3 Topology (6:31)
  • Configure Routers, Configure Management network and Test IP connectivity (7:25)
  • Import GNS3 network into NPM (6:58)
Network Management Fundamentals
  • Applications covered in course (1:13)
  • You need to know SNMP, OID and Per (0:16)
  • Two main types of Network Protocol (1:13)
  • Query Based Network Based Manageme (1:33)
  • Event Based Network Management Pro (3:38)
  • What are the best practices (2:44)
  • Network Management Planning (4:34)
  • Reporting (1:13)
  • Network Overhead (3:02)
  • Impact of Network Topology (1:48)
  • ACLs and Firewall rules (3:11)
Network Management Protocols
  • Network Management Protocols (2:21)
  • Ping, SNMP, WMI (2:01)
  • Demo Wireshark, NPM and GNS3 (2:55)
  • Demo Wireshark, NPM and GNS3 Part 2 (2:36)
  • Demo Wirehshark and NPM ICMP (1:11)
  • Demo; Wireshark and SNMP (2:22)
SNMP: Packet Tracer lab
  • SNMP Lab- Can you complete the lab? (3:07)
  • SNMP Lab- Answers (14:18)
MIBs OIDs and Performance Counters
  • Overview and RFCs (4:09)
  • Demo MIB Browser (0:53)
  • Demo MIB Browser (2:43)
  • Performance Counters (0:54)
Syslog
  • Overview (0:39)
  • Logging levels, monitor, buffer, syslog (0:16)
  • Demo Syslog levels and RFC (4:55)
  • Logging levels and lower levels (0:27)
  • Demo Logging levels (7:26)
  • Demo Telnet (monitor) and logging (4:50)
  • Demo Logging levels and monitor (1:12)
  • Demo Stop logging to console (1:56)
  • Demo Logging Buffer (3:47)
  • Demo Kwi Syslog Server (5:42)
  • Demo Syslog levels and facilities (1:23)
  • Demo GNS3 setup with Syslog server (1:47)
  • Demo GNS3 and Syslog (4:22)
  • Demo Timestamps, dates and other options (2:56)
Managing Cisco Devices
  • Cisco Router Components (4:36)
  • Router Components (continued) (4:03)
  • Modules (1:47)
  • Demo Router components (8:52)
  • Demo Router Components (4:13)
  • Configuration Register Part 1 (4:33)
  • Configuration Register Part 2 (4:03)
  • Boot Field and software (1:31)
  • Router Boot Process – POST and load of IOS (3:26)
  • Boot process (2:35)
  • Demo Bootup without up config (3:57)
  • Image Boot Theory (1:30)
  • Boot System Command (2:12)
  • Boot Process Theory – up Config (0:52)
  • IOS Images (4:06)
  • Demo IOS Systems (3:16)
  • IOS Naming Conventions (3:55)
  • Backup IOS to TFTP Server (4:47)
  • Upgrade IOS Theory (1:00)
  • Download IOS from Cisco (2:09)
  • Flash Space (0:31)
  • Demo Upgrade IOS (4:21)
  • Password Recovery (3:28)
  • Demo Password Recovery (10:29)
Configuration Register Troubleshooting: Packet tracer
  • Can you fix the network? (6:08)
  • Config Register- Answers Part 1 (8:17)
  • Config Register- Answers Part 2 (4:59)
  • Config Register- Answers Part 3 (9:55)
Password Recovery: Packet Tracer Lab
  • Password Recovery- Can you complete the lab? (4:28)
  • Password Recovery- Answers Part 1 (7:08)
  • Password Recovery- Answers Part 2 (4:39)
  • Password Recovery- Answers Part 3 (8:48)
  • Password Recovery- Answers Part 4 (4:49)
Restore Cisco IOS images: Packet Tracer Lab
  • Missing IOS operating system! Can you fix the network? (1:44)
  • Missing IOS operating system! Answers (8:50)
Backup and restore configurations and operating systems: Packet Tracer Lab
  • Backup and restore configurations and IOS- Can you complete the lab? (4:07)
  • Backup and restore configurations and IOS- Answers Part 1 (6:07)
  • Backup and restore configurations and IOS- Answers Part 2 (8:12)
  • Backup and restore configurations and IOS- Answers Part 3 (3:09)
Infrastructure Security
  • Enable and Secret Passwords 1 (2:13)
  • Enable and Secret Passwords 2 (5:15)
  • Enable and Secret Passwords 3 (4:31)
  • Enable and Secret Passwords 4 (3:19)
  • Disable Services (10:55)
  • Disable CDP (4:44)
  • Line console security (9:53)
  • Telnet security (9:09)
  • Sessions and lines (6:41)
  • SSH (10:03)
  • Banners – Introduction (2:25)
  • Banners – MOTD (4:52)
  • Login and Exec Banners (5:43)
Troubleshoot Telnet Issues
  • CCNA VLOG #006 Troubleshoot Telnet issues in preparation for the CCNA 200-125 exam (9:08)
Hacking Networks with Kali Linux
  • Important Hacking topics (3:11)
  • Hacking Cisco Networks Part 1 (16:35)
  • Hacking DTP and VTP and VLAN hopping (14:55)
  • Hacking DHCP Rogue DHCP server and DHCP exhaustion (20:46)
  • ARP poisoning and man-in-the-middle attack (17:32)
  • Kali Linux Wi-Fi (23:45)
DHCP Snooping and Dynamic ARP Inspection
  • DHCP Snooping (20:24)
  • Dynamic ARP Inspection (19:14)
DHCP Snooping: Packet Tracer Lab
  • DHCP Snooping- Can you complete the lab? (5:01)
  • DHCP Snooping- Answers Part 1 (8:43)
  • DHCP Snooping- Answers Part 2 (6:08)
Hacking Networks with Wireshark
  • Telnet Password (9:00)
  • TFTP Password & Data Capture (3:06)
  • FTP Password & Data Capture (1:38)
  • HTTP Data Capture (4:58)
  • Cisco router HTTP Password Capture (7:50)
Hacking VoIP
  • Replay Voice over IP calls (Virtual IP Phones) (15:56)
  • Capture and replay voice calls (Virtual & Physical IP Phones) (6:47)
Port Security
  • Port Security Overview (3:13)
  • Port Security and security mechanisms (1:23)
  • MAC addresses Port Security Static, Dynamic, Sticky (3:11)
  • Port Security Demo Part 1 (9:03)
  • Port Security Demo Part 2 (9:19)
  • Port Security Demo Sticky (2:52)
  • Port Security Error disable and auto recovery (5:14)
Port Security: Packet Tracer Lab
  • Port Security- Can you complete the lab? (6:25)
  • Port Security- Answers Part 1 (9:34)
  • Port Security- Answers Part 2 (10:52)
  • Port Security- Answers Part 3 (8:50)
802.1X, RADIUS, TACACS and ACS
  • 802.1X Overview (4:31)
  • Issues with Local Authentication (3:57)
  • RADIUS and TACACS overview (2:21)
  • AAA Demo Part 1- Configuration (6:16)
  • AAA Demo Part 2 ACS Config and Testing (10:38)
  • AAA Demo Part 3- AAA Groups with IOSv (9:15)
AAA, TACACS and RADIUS: packet Tracer Lab
  • AAA, TACACS and RADIUS- Can you complete the lab? (5:36)
  • AAA, TACACS and RADIUS- Answers Part 1 (7:51)
  • AAA, TACACS and RADIUS- Answers Part 2 (6:22)
  • AAA, TACACS and RADIUS- Answers Part 3 (4:32)
  • AAA, TACACS and RADIUS- Answers Part 4 (6:39)
Switch Stacking
  • Switch Stacking Part 1 (1:29)
  • Switch Stacking Part 2 (4:50)
  • Switch Stacking Part 3 (2:11)
  • Switch Stacking Part 4 (1:36)
  • Switch Stacking Part 5 (8:28)
ACLs
  • Access Control Lists (ACLs) introduction (15:36)
  • ACL demonstrations, wildcard masks Part 1 (10:12)
  • ACL demonstrations, wildcard masks Part 2 (8:02)
  • ACL demonstrations Part 1 (11:15)
  • ACL demonstrations Part 2 (7:15)
  • Extended ACL demonstrations (16:11)

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Access Lists (ACLs): Packet Tracer Lab 1
  • ACL Lab 1- Can you complete the lab? (5:11)
  • ACL Lab 1- Answers Part 1 (5:06)
  • ACL Lab 1- Answers Part 2 (12:26)
Access Lists (ACLs): Packet Tracer Lab 2
  • ACL Lab 2- Can you complete the lab? (7:16)
  • ACL Lab 2- Answers Part 1 (11:55)
  • ACL Lab 2- Answers Part 2 (7:50)
  • ACL Lab 2- Answers Part 3 (4:20)
Access List Cheat Sheet
  • IOS_IPv4_Access_Lists
Network Address Translation (NAT)
  • NAT Part 1 Overview (0:48)
  • NAT Part Real World NAT (3:11)
  • NAT Part 3 RFC1918 (4:26)
  • NAT Part 4 NAT Terms (2:55)
  • NAT Part 5 Private Addresses (1:30)
  • NAT Part 6 NAT Types (2:41)
  • NAT Part 7 Demo Static NAT (7:52)
  • NAT Part 8 Wireshark Captures (5:14)
  • NAT Part 9 Show commands (1:33)
  • NAT Part 10 Static NAT summary (1:02)
  • NAT Part 11 GNS3 Server NAT (1:09)
  • NAT Part 12 Static NAT versus Dynamic NAT (0:57)
  • NAT Part 13 Dynamic NAT Overview (0:39)
  • NAT Part 14 GNS3 Static NAT Demo (3:18)
  • NAT Part 15 GNS3 Dynamic NAT Demo (0:49)
  • NAT Part 16 Dynamic NAT Configuration (7:22)
  • NAT Part 17 Show Commands (0:56)
  • NAT Part 18 NAT Overloading PAT (7:59)
  • NAT Part 19 PAT demo (4:39)
  • NAT Part 20 Show commands (1:11)
  • NAT Part 21 Source Address Theory (5:29)
  • NAT Part 22 NAT Theory (7:41)
  • NAT Part 23 PAT Theory (0:54)
  • NAT Part 24 PAT Demo (6:44)
NAT: Packet Tracer Lab 1
  • NAT Lab 1 overview- Can you complete the lab? (2:56)
  • NAT Lab 1- Answers (13:08)
NAT: Packet Tracer Lab 2
  • NAT Lab 2 overview- Can you complete the lab? (4:47)
  • NAT Lab 2- Answers Part 1 (7:36)
  • NAT Lab 2- Answers Part 2 (11:48)
NAT: Packet Tracer Lab 3
  • NAT Lab 3 overview- Can you complete the lab? (2:42)
  • NAT Lab 3- Answers (10:39)
Packet Tracer Campus Network Part 4
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network Part 4- Can you complete the lab? (1:51)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network Part 4- NAT (8:47)
NAT Troubleshooting and VLOGs
  • CCNA VLOG #032 Static NAT Part 1 (10:47)
  • CCNA VLOG #033 Static NAT Part 2 (4:55)
  • CCNA VLOG #034 NAT Single IP Multiple Servers (8:22)
  • CCNA VLOG #035 NAT Troubleshooting 1 – Can you find the issue CCNA Exam 200-125 troubleshooting (8:38)
  • CCNA VLOG #036 NAT Troubleshooting 2 – Can you find the issue CCNA Exam 200-125 troubleshooting? (5:01)
  • CCNA VLOG #038 NAT Troubleshooting 3 – Can you find the issue CCNA Exam 200-125 troubleshooting (10:00)
  • CCNA VLOG #040 NAT Troubleshooting 4 – Can you find the issue CCNA Exam 200-125 troubleshooting? (6:46)
  • CCNA VLOG #046 NAT Troubleshooting Scenario 5 – Can you find the issue CCNA Exam 200-125 trouble? (6:40)
NAT Cheat Sheet
  • NAT
QOS
  • QOS Introduction (2:33)
  • Traffic Types and Requirements (3:48)
  • SRND Guide (4:27)
  • QOS mechanisms and Exam details (5:23)
  • Classfication and Marking (3:39)
  • COS (2:26)
  • IP Precedence and DSCP (2:52)
  • DSCP AF Classes (2:24)
  • DSCP CS, AF and EF Classes (5:51)
  • Router demo Part 1 (2:04)
  • Router demo Part 2 (2:15)
  • Final SRND Guide Recommendations (2:16)
  • Final SRND Switch Examples (2:45)
  • Wireshark showing COS and DSCP (8:17)
  • Trust boundary (2:56)
  • Traffic classes (3:46)
  • Policiers and shapers Part 1 (3:26)
  • Policiers and shapers Part 2 (2:54)
  • Queuing (3:35)
  • Queuing – FIFO, PQ, CQ, WFQ (5:41)
  • Queuing – WFQ and CBWFQ (2:38)
  • CBWFQ and LLQ (1:58)
  • Congestion Avoidance with WRED (7:32)
  • QOS Demo Part 1 (6:48)
  • QOS Demo Part 2 (5:02)
Quality of Service Cheat Sheet
  • PacketLife.net QoS Cheat Sheet
IP Phone up Process
  • IP Phone up – Power requirements (15:00)
  • Demonstration of Cisco IP Telephony configuration (15:33)
  • Demonstration Voice VLAN Configuration_1 (15:56)
  • How does an IP Phone get an IP address (23:31)
VoIP: CUCME and Cisco IP Phones: Packet Tracer Lab
  • VoIP Lab- Can you complete the lab? (6:44)
  • VoIP Lab- Answers Part 1 (5:47)
  • VoIP Lab- Answers Part 2 (9:49)
  • VoIP Lab- Answers Part 3 (10:53)
OSPF
  • OSPF 1 (10:23)
  • OSPF Part 2 (14:55)
  • OSPF Part 3 (7:08)
  • OSPF Part 4 (6:57)
  • OSPF Part 5 (10:02)
  • OSPF Part 6 (7:07)
  • OSPF Part 7 (8:37)
  • OSPF DR, BR, DROTHER (CCNA VLOG #031) (12:10)
  • DR Election Process (CCNA VLOG #039) (10:40)
  • OSPF DR Elections (CCNA VLOG #041) (3:06)
OSPF Single Area: Packet Tracer Lab
  • Lab Overview- Can you complete the lab? (2:08)
  • OSPF Single Area Answers Part 1 (3:50)
  • OSPF Single Area Answers Part 2 (5:49)
  • OSPF Single Area Answers Part 3 (4:11)
  • OSPF Single Area Answers Part 4 (2:29)
OSPF Wireshark Quiz
  • OSPF Lab- Quiz (2:36)
  • OSPF Lab- Answers (14:08)
  • OSPF Lab- Answers Part 2 (2:05)
OSPF Troubleshooting
  • OSPF Troubleshooting (CCNA VLOG #001) (9:31)
  • OSPF Troubleshooting (CCNA VLOG #003) (6:05)
  • OSPF Troubleshooting (CCNA VLOG #005) (9:16)
  • OSPF Troubleshooting (CCNA VLOG #037) (6:15)
OSPF Troubleshooting: Packet Tracer Lab 1
  • OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 1 Overview- Can you fix the network? (2:07)
  • OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 1- Answers Part 1 (7:37)
  • OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 1- Answers Part 2 (5:37)
OSPF Troubleshooting: Packet Tracer Lab 2
  • OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 2 Overview- Can you fix the network? (1:23)
  • OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 2- Answers Part 1 (7:25)
  • OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 2- Answers Part 2 (3:48)
OSPF Troubleshooting: Packet Tracer Lab 3
  • OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 3 Overview- Can you fix the network? (1:09)
  • OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 3- Answers (9:47)
OSPF Multi-Area configuration and testing
  • CCNA VLOG #073: OSPF Multi-area configuration and testing for the CCNA Exam (Part 1) (11:08)
  • CCNA VLOG #074: OSPF Multi-area configuration and testing for the CCNA Exam (Part 2) (9:15)
  • CCNA VLOG #075: OSPF Multi-area configuration and testing for the CCNA Exam (Part 3) (8:06)
  • CCNA VLOG #082: OSPF Multi-area configuration and troubleshooting for the CCNA Exam (Virtual Links) (13:36)
OSPF Multiple Area: Packet Tracer Lab
  • Lab Overview- Can you complete the lab? (2:29)
  • OSPF Multiple Area Lab Answers Part 1 (8:10)
  • OSPF Multiple Area Lab Answers Part 2 (8:23)
OSPF Wireshark Troubleshooting Quiz
  • OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 1- Question (1:52)
  • OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 1- Answers (11:27)
  • OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 2- Question (1:44)
  • OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 2- Answers (5:30)
  • OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 3- Question (1:24)
  • OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 3- Answers (7:27)
OSPF Cheat Sheet
  • PacketLife.net OSPF Cheat Sheet
Cisco IGP Cheat Sheet
  • IOS_Interior_Routing_Protocols
IPv6
  • IPv6 – Part 1 (24:45)
  • IPv6 – Part 2 (15:22)
  • IPv6 – Part 3 (23:30)
  • IPv6 – Part 4 (22:54)
  • IPv6 – Part 5 (15:58)
IPv6 Configuration: Packet Tracer Lab
  • Lab Overview- Can you complete the lab? (1:43)
  • IPv6 Configuration Lab 1- Answers Part 1 (5:21)
  • IPv6 Configuration Lab 1- Answers Part 2 (7:03)
  • IPv6 Configuration Lab 1- Answers Part 3 (6:52)
IPv6 Addressing, routing and troubleshooting
  • CCNA VLOG #048 IPv6 static routing using next hop IPv6 address (IPv6 routing Part 1) (10:17)
  • CCNA VLOG #049 IPv6 static routing using next hop IPv6 address (IPv6 routing Par (5:55)
  • CCNA VLOG #062 Troubleshooting IPv6 networks for the CCNA exam (Part 1) Can you (6:04)
  • CCNA VLOG #063 Troubleshooting IPv6 networks for the CCNA exam (Part 2) (7:07)
  • CCNA VLOG #064 Troubleshooting IPv6 networks for the CCNA exam (Part 3) (4:25)
IPv6 Troubleshooting: Packet Tracer Lab
  • Lab Overview- Can you complete the lab? (1:14)
  • IPv6 Troubleshooting Lab- Answers (6:18)
IPv6 Cheat Sheet
  • IPv6
Implementing IPv6 addressing on Hosts and Routers
  • IPv6 addressing and SLAAC Part 1 (2:07)
  • IPv6 addressing and SLAAC Part 2 (2:45)
  • IPv6 addressing and SLAAC Part 3 (1:44)
  • IPv6 addressing and SLAAC Demo 1 (6:29)
  • IPv6 addressing and SLAAC Demo 2 (5:12)
  • IPv6 Address and SLAAC Demo 3 (1:47)
  • IPv6 Address and SLAAC Demo 4 (2:00)
  • IPv6 DHCP Server, Relay Agent and Client Part 1 (2:42)
  • IPv6 DHCP Server, Relay Agent and Client Part 2 (5:39)
Wide Area Networks (Point-to-point)
  • WAN introduction (0:45)
  • WAN Overview (3:31)
  • WAN Point-to-point link (3:20)
  • CSU DSU (2:39)
  • VPNs versus leased lines (2:12)
  • DTE DCE (2:58)
  • Serial interfaces (WAN Interface Cards) (1:41)
  • Serial Interfaces (continued) (3:30)
  • Serial interface speeds (3:56)
HDLC
  • HDLC Introduction (3:21)
  • HDLC Demo Part 1 (12:04)
  • HDLC Demo Part 2 (5:43)
IPv6 Routing – OSPF
  • OSPFv3 Overview (4:43)
  • OSPFv3 configuration and show commands- R1 (7:29)
  • OSPFv3 configuration and show commands- R2 (7:45)
  • OSPFv3 full network configuration and testing (9:02)
  • OSPFv3 Troubleshooting (5:47)
  • OSPF IPv6 no ip addresses (CCNA VLOG #044)l (11:06)
IPv6 Access Lists
  • IPv6 ACLs Part 1 (1:55)
  • IPv6 ACLs Part 2 (4:04)
  • IPv6 ACLs Part 3 (3:51)
  • IPv6 ACLs Part 4 (5:33)
  • IPv6 ACLs Demo 1 (5:10)
  • IPv6 ACLs Demo 2 (5:52)
VPNs
  • VPNs Part 1 (13:20)
  • VPNs Part 2 (14:28)
  • VPNs Part 3 (14:42)
  • VPNs Part 4 (17:57)

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GRE Tunnels
  • GRE Tunnel Theory (1:54)
  • GNS3 GRE Tunnel Demo Overview (4:27)
  • RFCs and Protocol Types (1:52)
  • GNS3 GRE Lab Part 1 IP addressing (3:36)
  • GNS3 GRE Lab Part 2 GRE Tunnel Configuration (7:05)
  • GNS3 GRE Lab Part 3 EIGRP (4:21)
  • GNS3 GRE Lab Part 4 Wireshark captures and show commands (5:56)
  • GNS3 GRE Lab Part 5 GRE and OSPF (2:56)
  • VPN Config Generator (3:09)
GRE: Packet Tracer Lab
  • GRE Tunnel- can you complete the lab? (5:58)
  • GRE Tunnel- Answers Part 1 (7:55)
  • GRE Tunnel- Answers Part 2 (7:32)
  • GRE Tunnel- Answers Part 3 (6:22)
VPN Config Generator Software
  • GRE: Site to Site Tunnel
  • IPSec: Static Site to Site VPN
IPSec Cheat Sheet
  • PacketLife.net IPSec Cheat Sheet
Cloud Computing
  • Cloud Computing Part 1 Overview (2:31)
  • Cloud Computing Part 2 Hypervisors (2:33)
  • Cloud Computing Part 3 Hypervisors (5:46)
  • Cloud Computing Part 4 Amazon Demonstration (7:13)
  • NFV (6:44)
Wireless Networks (Wi-Fi)
  • Wi-Fi Intro (8:47)
  • What are these new terms? (5:54)
  • Wi-Fi 6 demonstration (20:52)
  • Channels and Hertz (9:08)
  • Network Types Part 1 (9:28)
  • Network Types Part 2 (11:47)
Wi-Fi Demo
  • Cisco WLC lab: Part 1 (10:55)
  • Cisco WLC lab: Part 2 (14:23)
Wi-Fi 6 Technical Discussion
  • Wi-Fi Technical Discussion Introduction (2:39)
  • Wi-Fi 6 overview and benefits (20:53)
  • Wi-Fi Technical discussion Part 1 (23:02)
  • Wi-Fi Technical discussion Part 2 (34:05)
Network Automation and Programmability
  • Advice for the exam and real world. Northbound, southbound APIs and more. (15:47)
  • Ansible vs Puppet vs Chef (5:29)
  • Overlays, Underlays, VXLAN and intelligence (11:49)
  • Autopilot (10:35)
  • SDA (10:11)
JSON
  • Why do we care? JSON format examples (9:43)
  • Practical JSON using Cisco Nexus (5:19)
  • JSON with Cisco On-Box Python (10:55)
  • Python, Ubuntu and remote Cisco devices (5:44)
  • JSON, Ubuntu and remote Python scripts (10:08)
REST APIs
  • Practical Overview and advice (8:14)
  • REST API Theory (5:57)
  • DNA Center APIs (3:34)
  • Demo: DNA REST APIs (13:49)
  • Free DNA Labs (2:03)
  • Router REST API (12:50)
  • Python script using REST API (4:58)
Optional: Real World Examples of Network Automation
  • Linux on Cisco IOS (15:30)
  • Additional Linux commands on Cisco IOS (14:48)
  • Linux, TCL and EEM scripts on Cisco devices (18:30)
  • Network Automation_ Schedule Config Backups (15:54)
  • How well do you know the Cisco IOS_ (19:02)
  • Linux scripts on Cisco IOS_ (10:55)
Optional PYTHON: Quick Guide to Network Automation
  • Quick 1 GNS3 Lab Setup and IDEs (10:22)
  • Quick 2 Telnet Script creation (11:20)
  • Quick 3 Telnet Script Test (6:04)
  • Quick 4 Telnet to a switch and create VLANs (8:15)
  • Quick 5 Loops (7:29)
  • Quick 6 PEP8 Python Style Guide (2:41)
  • Quick 7 Configure switch VLANs using loops (8:55)
  • Quick 8 Create a multiple switch network (8:16)
  • Quick 9 Open a file of switch IP addresess (8:22)
  • Quick 10 Configure multiple switch with a loop (3:00)
  • Quick 11 Loops within loops (6:51)
  • Quick 12 Backup Network Device Configurations (7:09)
Optional: Network Overlays: Paul and Peter
  • Optional content
  • Paul and Peter Issues (6:57)
  • Paul can do things himself now – what about Peter’s job (7:44)
  • Layer 2 networks across the DC Is this even possible Layer 2 over Layer 3 (2:49)
Capturing Passwords with Python and Wireshark
  • Overview and tshark install and packet capture (5:49)
  • tshark and Pyshark installation (5:10)
  • Basic Pyshark testing (9:26)
  • Termshark (5:55)
  • Pyshark script (6:34)
  • Lab overview and setup (6:39)
  • iPython and interactive OSPF script (6:10)
  • OSPF Password Python script (6:33)
  • FTP Password Capture Python script (5:03)
  • Telnet Password Capture Python Script (5:18)
Introduction to SDN and OpenFlow
  • Welcome: SDN Course Welcome (2:02)
What is SDN?
  • What do the inventors say it is? (0:47)
  • Open SDN, SDN via overlays, White box SDN (3:09)
  • SDN Via APIs Cisco ACI (asics) Openstack Nfv (4:32)
Optional: Is this actually real?
  • Real World Sdn Google_updated (3:27)
  • Real Word- Microsoft (0:22)
  • Real World SDN – NSA (2:07)
  • Real World SDN – Facebook (0:53)
  • Linux on switches (0:35)
  • Which SDN Controller should you use (0:48)
GNS3 Campus Network
  • GNS3 Topology Overview (7:02)
  • IOSvL2 Appliance Import (8:06)
  • Switch Hostnames, VTP and VLANs Part 1 (5:57)
  • Hostnames, VTP, VLANs Part 2 (9:13)
  • IP addressing and ping testing (8:05)
  • Static trunk encapsulation and mode (5:27)
  • Disable DTP and configure access ports (9:06)
  • Ping within a VLAN (2:35)
  • Which ports are trunking and which VLANs are permitted (3:23)
  • CDP Demo Basic discovery (7:28)
  • CDP Demo Disable globally and per interface (6:49)
  • CDP Demo Command Options (4:20)
  • LLDP Demo Discover Linux Servers (6:41)
  • Which ports are blocking (3:58)
  • Spanning Tree blocks core switch ports (7:11)
  • CDP & LLDP and STP – what happens (2:40)
  • STP – optimize Core switches (10:03)
  • Optimize campus network using Etherchannel (14:25)
  • STP failover testing (13:53)
  • HSRP Overview (6:44)
  • Demo HSRP Configuration Switch 1 (6:15)
  • Demo HSRP Configuration Switch 2 (8:22)
  • Demo Test connectivity to HSRP router (2:49)
  • Demo HSRP failover test (6:54)
  • EIGRP configuration (6:16)
  • EIGRP Configuration (continued) (7:43)
  • Redistribute Static Route (5:14)
  • Troubleshoot GNS3 cloud issue (1:41)
  • Configure NAT and test (7:54)
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David Bombal – Cisco CCNA (200-301) – Pass with David Bombal

David Bombal - Cisco CCNA (200-301) - Pass with David Bombal

 

Welcome to the complete Cisco CCNA 200-301 course!

This course helps you prepare for the newest CCNA 200-301 exam. This is your first step towards attaining your Cisco certifications.

This course is unlike other CCNA courses as it contains:

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

* Built in Packet Tracer assessments and labs. Massive amount of practical, hands-on content that you can use to study offline.

* Software – Subnetting Calculators, Config-Register, binary & hexadecimal & decimal calculators

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

* Cheatsheets

* Quiz questions

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 Cisco CCNA 200-301 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 Network Automation and Software Defined Networking.

The course covers the topics in the lasted Cisco CCNA 200-301 exam.

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!

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Your Instructor

David Bombal

David Bombal (CCIE #11023 Emeritus) passed his Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert Routing and Switching exam in January 2003. David has the highest rated and most popular course in the GNS3 Academy: SDN and OpenFlow Introduction.

David’s software tools and training have been downloaded +100,000 times. Many thousands of engineers like you use his tools and training on a regular basis.

David has developed over 20 courses for HP which are used worldwide. These include multiple SDN courses and HP ASE certification courses (4 day Instructor led training).

David’s YouTube videos have been viewed +2 million times.

David has been training Cisco and networking courses for 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.

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Course Curriculum

Welcome
  • Welcome to the course (3:23)
  • CCNA 200-301 Exam: My Experience (21:13)
  • Answering your questions (1:53)
Download and Install Recommended Software
  • Packet Tracer Windows Installation (11:55)
  • Packet Tracer Macbook Installation (19:55)
  • Packet Tracer Tips and Tricks (11:31)
Basic Networking Terms
  • What is a network? (7:01)
  • Most basic type of network (7:09)
  • A bit of networking history (4:53)
  • Servers, Clients, Ports and Protocols (8:01)
  • Practical Demonstration using Packet Tracer (15:40)
  • Networking Devices: Repeaters, Hubs, Switches and Routers (12:48)
  • Networking Devices: Firewalls, IDS, IPS and WLC (6:56)
TCP/IP Model
  • OSI and TCP-IP Models: Who cares? Rants and arguments (8:58)
  • Life is more complicated: Tips and Tricks (7:10)
  • Practical TCP-IP Model Part 1: Bits, Frames, Packets, Segments and more (7:14)
  • Practical TCP-IP Model Part 2: HTTP captures (7:24)
  • Practical TCP-IP Model Part 3: Port Numbers (9:06)
  • Practical TCP-IP Model Part 4: E-mail and FTP captures (7:26)
Binary
  • Binary Introduction (4:11)
  • Binary Math (9:43)
  • Binary Conversion Examples (5:50)
  • Converting IP Addresses to Binary (9:34)
Hexadecimal
  • Hexadecimal – why do we care? (4:20)
  • Hexadecimal – Lab demonstration (8:46)
  • Hexadecimal calculations (16:05)
IP Addressing
  • IP Addressing Overview (4:28)
  • Demonstration (1:58)
  • IP Characteristics (5:39)
  • IPv4 Address Format (1:37)
  • Network versus Host portion (6:56)
  • IPv4 Address format (Street Analogy) (2:06)
  • Address Classes (3:50)
  • Class A and B addresses (5:01)
  • Class C addresses (1:35)
  • Class D and E addresses (2:18)
  • Class A, B and C Addresses (3:45)
  • Special IPv4 Addresses (0:32)
  • Directed Broadcast Address (5:01)
  • Local Broadcast Address (4:27)
  • Local Loopback Address (4:59)
  • RFC1918 – Private Addresses (4:52)
  • RFC1918 – Class A, B, C (2:22)
  • IPv4 Link Local Addresses (4:14)
  • Subnet Masks (3:36)
  • Is a host or remote (4:46)
  • Subnet mask demonstrations (3:16)
  • Discontiguous Network Masks (1:52)
  • CIDR Notation Part 1 (0:47)
  • CIDR Notation Part 2 (2:08)
  • CIDR Notation Part 3 (5:22)
Initial Device Configuration
  • How to connect to a Cisco router or switch? (7:00)
  • Initial Device Configuration – Switches (20:11)
  • Router initial configuration (11:26)
  • Build a basic Cisco network (12:27)
Basic Cisco Configuration Lab
  • Basic Cisco Configuration Lab- Solution Part 1 (9:50)
  • Basic Cisco Configuration Lab Overview- Can you complete the lab? (2:15)
  • Basic Cisco Configuration Lab- Solution Part 2 (4:59)
IP Subnetting
  • IP Subnetting Part 1 (14:01)
  • IP Subnetting Part 2 (9:57)
  • IP Subnetting Part 3 (8:46)
  • IP Subnetting Part 4 (10:57)
  • IP Subnetting Part 5 (8:18)
Subnetting Packet Tracer Lab 1
  • Subnetting Lab 1 Introduction (4:34)
  • Subnetting Lab 1- Answers Part 1 (9:25)
  • Subnetting Lab 1- Answers Part 2 (9:52)
  • Subnetting Lab 1- Answers Part 3 (4:34)
  • Subnetting Lab 1- Answers Part 4 (8:09)
Subnetting Packet Tracer Lab 2
  • Subnetting Lab 2 – Can you complete the lab? (3:32)
  • Subnetting Lab 2 – Answers Part 1 (12:50)
  • Subnetting Lab 2 – Answers Part 2 (14:47)
IPv4 Subnetting Cheat Sheet
  • PacketLife.net IPv4 Subnetting Cheat Sheet
Subnetting VLOGs – do you know the answers?
  • CCNA VLOG #050 CCNA IP addressing and subnetting Are these hosts on the same subnet (8:50)
  • CCNA VLOG #051 CCNA IP addressing and subnetting Can these hosts ping each other (7:32)
  • CCNA VLOG #053 CCNA IP addressing and subnetting Can these hosts ping each other (6:51)
  • CCNA VLOG #079 IP Addressing and IP Subnetting for the CCNA Exam (Part 1). Practical IP Subnetting. (10:58)
  • CCNA VLOG #080 IP Addressing and IP Subnetting for the CCNA Exam (Part 2). Practical IP Subnetting (8:59)
  • CCNA VLOG #081 IP Addressing and IP Subnetting for the CCNA Exam (Part 3). Practical IP Subnetting. (11:45)
  • CCNA VLOG #083 IP Addressing and IP Subnetting for the CCNA Exam (Part 4). Practical IP Subnetting. (10:34)
Cabling and Packet Flows
  • How does data flow in hubs, switches and routers (6:15)
  • Ethernet history (5:20)
  • 10base2, MAC addresses, (5:30)
  • MAC Addresses, CSMACD (6:26)
  • Issues with 10base2, Collision domains (2:38)
  • Broadcast domains, 10BaseT (2:53)
  • Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP), Cross Over Cables (6:06)
  • Which cable should you use Cross over or straight Auto MDI MDIX (2:33)
  • Cable Categories, Cat 1 to Cat 8 (6:22)
  • DAC cable, SFPs (1:01)
  • Roll Over Cable (1:57)
  • How Devices Operate, Hubs (4:40)
  • How does a Hub forward traffic (6:10)
  • What is a bridge? (4:37)
  • How does a bridge forward traffic (6:22)
  • What is a switch (1:16)
  • How do switches forward traffic (7:16)
  • What is half duplex and full duplex (5:51)
  • What is a router (4:03)
  • How does a router forward traffic (9:43)
  • How is traffic routed between subnets? (2:57)
  • Routing between subnets – What are the IP address and MAC address values? (2:59)
  • Does a router change the MAC address or IP address (8:35)
  • Summary or routing, MAC addresses and IP addresses (9:07)
  • CCNA VLOG #070 Using Ostinato to prove how networks work for the CCNA Exam. Don’t be bitten! (7:33)
Physical Terminations Cheat Sheet
  • PacketLife.net Physical Terminations Cheat Sheet
Life of a Packet: Packet Tracer Labs
  • Life of a packet- Can you answer the questions? (4:32)
  • Life of a Packet- Answers (11:19)
Broadcast and collision domains
  • Can you answer the questions? (3:48)
  • Answers Part 1- ARP (6:38)
  • Answers Part 2- Broadcast and Collision domains (6:25)
  • Answers Part 3- Broadcast and Collision domains (10:40)
Duplex and Speed Mismatch Demo
  • Duplex and Speed Overview (2:58)
  • Speed & Duplex Demo Introduction (3:27)
  • Speed & Duplex Demo Late Collisions (6:00)
  • Speed & Duplex Demo Fix Issue between router and switch (4:48)
  • Speed & Duplex Demo Fix Other Switch Issues (8:59)
  • Speed & Duplex Demo; PC and Switch (4:40)
What is a loopback?
  • What is a loopback? Why is it used? (9:07)
  • Another reason to use a loopback – OSPF (7:54)
TCP UDP
  • IP Connectionless and Overview (10:34)
  • Comparison (10:19)
  • TCP Header and Applications (9:04)
  • Port Number (8:33)
  • TCP 3 Way Handshake (10:12)
  • TCP Acknowledgement and Windowing (10:07)
  • TCP Seq and Ack (12:55)
Wireshark Introduction
  • Why use Wireshark? (4:00)
  • Wireshark Installation- Windows (5:50)
  • Wireshark Installation- Mac OS (3:06)
Wireshark Basics
  • The best way to learn! (2:04)
  • Capture frames / packets / segments (15:11)
  • Why are no packets captured? (9:29)
  • Port SPAN / Mirroring (5:44)
VLANs v1
  • VLANS Part 1 (17:54)
  • VLANS Part 2 (21:57)
VLANS Cheat Sheet
  • VLANs
VLANs and 802.1Q Demos
  • Demo Overview (6:36)
  • Demo Part 2 Access Ports (9:31)
  • Demo Part 3 – Trunking (6:43)
  • Demo Part 4 – Wireshark (6:51)
  • Demo Part 5 – Wireshark (8:59)
  • Demo InterVLAN Routing Part 1 (5:53)
  • Demo InterVLAN Routing Part 2 (4:39)
  • Demo InterVLAN Routing Part 3 (1:38)
VLAN: Basic Campus Network: Packet Tracer Lab
  • Lab Overview- Can you complete the lab? (2:26)
  • VLANs Campus Network Answers Part 1 (8:16)
  • VLANs Campus Network Answers Part 2 (5:53)
  • VLANs Campus Network Answers Part 3 (11:26)
Dynamic Trunk Protocol – DTP
  • DTP Theory (2:08)
  • DTP GNS3 Demo Part 1 (7:09)
  • DTP GNS3 Demo Part 2 (3:37)
  • DTP GNS3 Demo Part 3 (7:33)
Wireshark Practical Test: How well do you know DTP?
  • DTP: Will a trunk be formed? (0:52)
  • DTP Lab- Answers (8:56)
Spanning Tree
  • Spanning Tree Overview (2:05)
  • Versions of Spanning Tree (4:07)
  • Why is Spanning Tree Required (7:27)
  • BPDUs and Bridge IDs_Edited (2:38)
  • Demo STP Root (7:36)
  • Root Ports and Designated Ports (8:24)
  • Extended Bridge ID (4:17)
  • PortFast (2:35)
  • Path Cost Part 1 (1:42)
  • Path Cost Part 2 (5:30)
  • Path Cost Part 3 (4:21)
  • PVST versus RPVST Port States (8:23)
  • RPVST and PVST Interoperability (2:36)
  • 802.1w and 802.1s Overview (3:03)
  • 802.1w (7:09)
  • Demo 802.1w (7:19)
  • 802.1w Link Types (3:06)
  • 802.1w Proposals (6:18)
  • 802.1s MSTP (6:22)
  • Spanning Tree Comparison Summary (3:35)
Disable Spanning Tree – are you crazy?
  • What happens when you disable Spanning Tree? (3:19)
  • I disabled Spanning Tree! What are the Results (11:36)
Spanning Tree PortFast: Packet Tracer Lab
  • Spanning Tree PortFast- Can you complete the lab? (5:49)
  • Spanning Tree PortFast- Answers (4:43)
Spanning Tree Cheat Sheet
  • PacketLife.net Spanning Tree Cheat Sheet
BPDU Guard
  • BPDU Guard Part 1 (5:59)
  • BPDU Guard Part 2 (1:00)
  • BPDU Guard Part 3 (2:57)
CDP Overview
  • CDP Introduction (9:43)
  • CDP Demo (6:16)
CCNA Campus VLOGs
  • CCNA VLOG #065 Routed ports, Switchports and SVIs – what and how (12:25)
  • CCNA VLOG #066 How to configure Layer 3 switching and interVLAN routing for the CCNA Exam (7:44)
  • CCNA VLOG #067 How to configure Layer 3 switching and interVLAN routing for the CCNA Exam (Part2) (9:13)
  • CCNA VLOG #068 How to configure Layer 3 switching and interVLAN routing for the CCNA Exam (Part3) (7:32)
  • CCNA VLOG #071 Using Ostinato to prove how broadcasts work for the CCNA Exam (Part 1) (6:30)
  • CCNA VLOG #072 Using Ostinato to prove how broadcasts work for the CCNA Exam (Part 2) (5:05)
Campus Network Troubleshooting
  • CCNA VLOG #042 Campus troubleshooting scenario 1: Can you find the issue? (13:20)
  • CCNA VLOG #043 Campus troubleshooting scenario 2: Can you find the issue? (9:18)
  • CCNA VLOG #045 Users cannot ping? Which layer of the OSI model broke? (6:12)
  • CCNA VLOG #052 Campus troubleshooting scenario 3: Can you find the issue? (7:10)
  • CCNA VLOG #060: LAN and WAN troubleshooting Scenario: Can you find the issue? (13:00)
  • CCNA VLOG #069: MAC Address troubleshooting scenario 1: Can you find the issue? (9:27)
Packet Tracer Campus Network: Part 1
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network Overview- Can you complete the lab? (8:01)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network- Answers Part 1- Power on and hostname configuration (7:48)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network- Answers Part 2- Port configuration (7:29)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network- Answers Part 3- Passwords (5:02)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network- Answers Part 4- VTP and VLANS (4:28)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network- Answers Part 5- Access ports and trunk ports (10:47)
Packet Tracer Campus Network: Part 2
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network Part 2 Overview- Can you complete the lab? (4:44)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network Part 2- Answers Part 1- CDP & LLDP (6:16)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network Part 2- Answers Part 2- CDP and LLDP (5:02)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network Part 2- Answers Part 3- Spanning Tree (9:43)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network Part 2- Answers Part 4- EtherChannel (12:42)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network Part 2- Answers Part 5- EtherChannel (11:00)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network Part 2- Answers Part 6- SVIs, IP addresses, routing (8:22)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network Part 2- Answers Part 7- Access Switch IP addresses (3:31)

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CDP and LLDP Wireshark Quiz
  • CDP, LLDP Lab: Quiz (1:56)
  • CDP, LLDP Lab: Answers (8:32)
Routing Introduction
  • Introduction to IP Routing (0:39)
  • Overview (0:35)
  • Routed vs. Routing Protocols (5:55)
  • Routed protocols (2:20)
  • Demonstrations (3:33)
  • Static Routes and Dynamic Routes (6:14)
  • Static vs. Dynamic Routing (4:10)
  • Static vs. Dynamic Routing (1:08)
  • How do routers determine the best route (3:32)
  • Terms AS, IGPs, EGPs (4:20)
  • Types of Routing Protocols -Distance Vector, Link State (8:23)
  • EIGRP – advanced distance vector routing protocol (2:09)
  • Administrative Distance Introduction (0:46)
  • Administrative Distance values (3:10)
  • Additional AD values (0:33)
  • How does a router route when told conflicting information (2:29)
  • Classful routing protocols (2:51)
  • Auto Summarization (2:58)
  • Classless routing protocols (1:54)
  • Administrative Distance versus mask length (2:30)
  • Administrative Distance and multiple routes with the same mask (1:20)
  • Link State Routing Protocols (3:32)
  • OSPF Hierarchy – Multiple areas (3:33)
  • Benefits of link state routing (2:47)
  • Drawbacks of link state routing (1:39)
Static Routing
  • Static Routing 1 (2:26)
  • Static Routing 2 (0:30)
  • Static Routing 3 (3:38)
  • Static Routing 4 (4:59)
  • Static Routing 5 (4:59)
  • Static Routing 6 (8:25)
  • Static Routing 7 (8:53)
  • Static Routing 8 (4:58)
  • Static Routing 9 (2:09)
Static Routes: Packet Tracer Lab
  • Static Routes- Can you complete the lab? (2:30)
  • Static Routes- Answers Part 1 (12:28)
  • Static Routes- Answers Part 2 (6:24)
IP Default-gateway? (CCNA VLOG)
  • IP default gateway versus default route (CCNA VLOG #004) (6:14)
Static routing VLOGs
  • CCNA VLOG #076 Static and default IP routes for the CCNA Exam (Part 1) (9:12)
  • CCNA VLOG #077 Static and default IP routes for the CCNA Exam (Part 2) (6:19)
  • CCNA VLOG #078 Administrative Distance and Static routes for the CCNA Exam (Part 3) (8:14)
Router on a stick
  • Router on a stick overview (1:05)
  • Create topology (2:20)
  • Router configuration (subinterfaces) (3:39)
  • Wireshark capture of 802.1Q frames (2:58)
Router on a stick: Packet Tracer lab
  • Router on a stick lab overview- Can you complete the lab? (2:38)
  • Router on a stick solution (10:58)
DHCP
  • DHCP Explained Step by Step Part 1 (15:13)
  • DHCP Explained Step by Step Part 2 (10:21)
Using Cisco IOS Network Devices as a DHCP Server and Client (GNS3)
  • GNS3 DHCP Server Part 1 (7:27)
  • GNS3 DHCP Server Part 2 (5:31)
DHCP Server Configuration Lab 1
  • DHCP Server Lab 1 Overview- Can you complete the lab? (1:42)
  • DHCP Server Lab 1 Solution (2:58)
DHCP Server Configuration Lab 2
  • DHCP Server Lab Overview- Can you complete the lab? (2:31)
  • DHCP Server Lab2 Answers Part 1 (6:04)
  • DHCP Server Lab2 Answers Part 2 (7:13)
DHCP Troubleshooting
  • CCNA VLOG #047 DHCP Troubleshooting Scenario 1 – Can you find the issue? (9:04)
  • CCNA VLOG #055 DHCP Troubleshooting Scenario 2 – Can you find the issue? (7:27)
  • CCNA VLOG #056 DHCP Troubleshooting Scenario 3 – Can you find the issue? (7:10)
DNS
  • DNS Explained Part 1 (14:39)
  • DNS Explained Part 2 (13:12)
VLSM
  • VLSM Part 1 (16:28)
  • VLSM Part 2 (18:00)
Administrative Distance and Route lengths
  • Administrative Distance Part 1 (CCNA VLOG #014) (7:12)
  • Administrative Distance Part 2 (CCNA VLOG #016) (9:04)
  • Administrative Distance Part 3 (CCNA VLOG #017) (6:15)
  • Administrative Distance Part 4 (CCNA VLOG #018) (5:32)
Packet Tracer Campus Network: Part 3
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network Part 3- Can you complete the lab? (1:38)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network Part 3- Answers Part 1- HSRP Part 1 (8:48)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network Part 3- Answers Part 2- HSRP Part 2 (8:41)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network Part 3- Answers Part 3- HSRP & testing (10:23)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network Part 3- Answers Part 4- EIGRP (5:09)
First Hop Redundancy Cheat Sheet
  • PacketLife.net First Hop Redundancy Protocol Cheat Sheet
Network Time Protocol (NTP)
  • Why do we need NTP? (1:31)
  • Demo Issue on Network (3:10)
  • NTP Overview (1:33)
  • Configure NTP (8:36)
  • Points to remember (2:38)
NTP and Syslog: Packet Tracer Lab
  • NTP and Syslog- Can you complete the lab? (4:58)
  • NTP and Syslog- Answers Part 1 (5:04)
  • NTP and Syslog- Answers Part 2 (5:32)
Port SPAN (Mirroring)
  • SPAN Introduction (1:10)
  • SPAN network overview (1:57)
  • Tests before SPAN (6:27)
  • Configure SPAN (8:27)
  • SPAN Ingress Options (3:40)
  • SPAN Options (6:13)
  • SPAN – Multiple Sessions (3:25)
Real world network management (Optional)
  • Please note
  • Its not the NETWORK! (1:59)
  • Netpath, NPM12 and GNS3 overview (0:52)
  • Live demo of NetPath
Create a GNS3 network and integrate NPM (Optional)
  • How to Guide, Topology Overview, Windows 7 VM for NPM and Windows 2012 VHD (4:43)
  • NPM Download, Access NPM software and Install and Inititial Login to NPM (6:10)
  • Integration of NPM and GNS3, GNS3 VM and Build GNS3 Topology (6:31)
  • Configure Routers, Configure Management network and Test IP connectivity (7:25)
  • Import GNS3 network into NPM (6:58)
Network Management Fundamentals
  • Applications covered in course (1:13)
  • You need to know SNMP, OID and Per (0:16)
  • Two main types of Network Protocol (1:13)
  • Query Based Network Based Manageme (1:33)
  • Event Based Network Management Pro (3:38)
  • What are the best practices (2:44)
  • Network Management Planning (4:34)
  • Reporting (1:13)
  • Network Overhead (3:02)
  • Impact of Network Topology (1:48)
  • ACLs and Firewall rules (3:11)
Network Management Protocols
  • Network Management Protocols (2:21)
  • Ping, SNMP, WMI (2:01)
  • Demo Wireshark, NPM and GNS3 (2:55)
  • Demo Wireshark, NPM and GNS3 Part 2 (2:36)
  • Demo Wirehshark and NPM ICMP (1:11)
  • Demo; Wireshark and SNMP (2:22)
SNMP: Packet Tracer lab
  • SNMP Lab- Can you complete the lab? (3:07)
  • SNMP Lab- Answers (14:18)
MIBs OIDs and Performance Counters
  • Overview and RFCs (4:09)
  • Demo MIB Browser (0:53)
  • Demo MIB Browser (2:43)
  • Performance Counters (0:54)
Syslog
  • Overview (0:39)
  • Logging levels, monitor, buffer, syslog (0:16)
  • Demo Syslog levels and RFC (4:55)
  • Logging levels and lower levels (0:27)
  • Demo Logging levels (7:26)
  • Demo Telnet (monitor) and logging (4:50)
  • Demo Logging levels and monitor (1:12)
  • Demo Stop logging to console (1:56)
  • Demo Logging Buffer (3:47)
  • Demo Kwi Syslog Server (5:42)
  • Demo Syslog levels and facilities (1:23)
  • Demo GNS3 setup with Syslog server (1:47)
  • Demo GNS3 and Syslog (4:22)
  • Demo Timestamps, dates and other options (2:56)
Managing Cisco Devices
  • Cisco Router Components (4:36)
  • Router Components (continued) (4:03)
  • Modules (1:47)
  • Demo Router components (8:52)
  • Demo Router Components (4:13)
  • Configuration Register Part 1 (4:33)
  • Configuration Register Part 2 (4:03)
  • Boot Field and software (1:31)
  • Router Boot Process – POST and load of IOS (3:26)
  • Boot process (2:35)
  • Demo Bootup without up config (3:57)
  • Image Boot Theory (1:30)
  • Boot System Command (2:12)
  • Boot Process Theory – up Config (0:52)
  • IOS Images (4:06)
  • Demo IOS Systems (3:16)
  • IOS Naming Conventions (3:55)
  • Backup IOS to TFTP Server (4:47)
  • Upgrade IOS Theory (1:00)
  • Download IOS from Cisco (2:09)
  • Flash Space (0:31)
  • Demo Upgrade IOS (4:21)
  • Password Recovery (3:28)
  • Demo Password Recovery (10:29)
Configuration Register Troubleshooting: Packet tracer
  • Can you fix the network? (6:08)
  • Config Register- Answers Part 1 (8:17)
  • Config Register- Answers Part 2 (4:59)
  • Config Register- Answers Part 3 (9:55)
Password Recovery: Packet Tracer Lab
  • Password Recovery- Can you complete the lab? (4:28)
  • Password Recovery- Answers Part 1 (7:08)
  • Password Recovery- Answers Part 2 (4:39)
  • Password Recovery- Answers Part 3 (8:48)
  • Password Recovery- Answers Part 4 (4:49)
Restore Cisco IOS images: Packet Tracer Lab
  • Missing IOS operating system! Can you fix the network? (1:44)
  • Missing IOS operating system! Answers (8:50)
Backup and restore configurations and operating systems: Packet Tracer Lab
  • Backup and restore configurations and IOS- Can you complete the lab? (4:07)
  • Backup and restore configurations and IOS- Answers Part 1 (6:07)
  • Backup and restore configurations and IOS- Answers Part 2 (8:12)
  • Backup and restore configurations and IOS- Answers Part 3 (3:09)
Infrastructure Security
  • Enable and Secret Passwords 1 (2:13)
  • Enable and Secret Passwords 2 (5:15)
  • Enable and Secret Passwords 3 (4:31)
  • Enable and Secret Passwords 4 (3:19)
  • Disable Services (10:55)
  • Disable CDP (4:44)
  • Line console security (9:53)
  • Telnet security (9:09)
  • Sessions and lines (6:41)
  • SSH (10:03)
  • Banners – Introduction (2:25)
  • Banners – MOTD (4:52)
  • Login and Exec Banners (5:43)
Troubleshoot Telnet Issues
  • CCNA VLOG #006 Troubleshoot Telnet issues in preparation for the CCNA 200-125 exam (9:08)
Hacking Networks with Kali Linux
  • Important Hacking topics (3:11)
  • Hacking Cisco Networks Part 1 (16:35)
  • Hacking DTP and VTP and VLAN hopping (14:55)
  • Hacking DHCP Rogue DHCP server and DHCP exhaustion (20:46)
  • ARP poisoning and man-in-the-middle attack (17:32)
  • Kali Linux Wi-Fi (23:45)
DHCP Snooping and Dynamic ARP Inspection
  • DHCP Snooping (20:24)
  • Dynamic ARP Inspection (19:14)
DHCP Snooping: Packet Tracer Lab
  • DHCP Snooping- Can you complete the lab? (5:01)
  • DHCP Snooping- Answers Part 1 (8:43)
  • DHCP Snooping- Answers Part 2 (6:08)
Hacking Networks with Wireshark
  • Telnet Password (9:00)
  • TFTP Password & Data Capture (3:06)
  • FTP Password & Data Capture (1:38)
  • HTTP Data Capture (4:58)
  • Cisco router HTTP Password Capture (7:50)
Hacking VoIP
  • Replay Voice over IP calls (Virtual IP Phones) (15:56)
  • Capture and replay voice calls (Virtual & Physical IP Phones) (6:47)
Port Security
  • Port Security Overview (3:13)
  • Port Security and security mechanisms (1:23)
  • MAC addresses Port Security Static, Dynamic, Sticky (3:11)
  • Port Security Demo Part 1 (9:03)
  • Port Security Demo Part 2 (9:19)
  • Port Security Demo Sticky (2:52)
  • Port Security Error disable and auto recovery (5:14)
Port Security: Packet Tracer Lab
  • Port Security- Can you complete the lab? (6:25)
  • Port Security- Answers Part 1 (9:34)
  • Port Security- Answers Part 2 (10:52)
  • Port Security- Answers Part 3 (8:50)
802.1X, RADIUS, TACACS and ACS
  • 802.1X Overview (4:31)
  • Issues with Local Authentication (3:57)
  • RADIUS and TACACS overview (2:21)
  • AAA Demo Part 1- Configuration (6:16)
  • AAA Demo Part 2 ACS Config and Testing (10:38)
  • AAA Demo Part 3- AAA Groups with IOSv (9:15)
AAA, TACACS and RADIUS: packet Tracer Lab
  • AAA, TACACS and RADIUS- Can you complete the lab? (5:36)
  • AAA, TACACS and RADIUS- Answers Part 1 (7:51)
  • AAA, TACACS and RADIUS- Answers Part 2 (6:22)
  • AAA, TACACS and RADIUS- Answers Part 3 (4:32)
  • AAA, TACACS and RADIUS- Answers Part 4 (6:39)
Switch Stacking
  • Switch Stacking Part 1 (1:29)
  • Switch Stacking Part 2 (4:50)
  • Switch Stacking Part 3 (2:11)
  • Switch Stacking Part 4 (1:36)
  • Switch Stacking Part 5 (8:28)
ACLs
  • Access Control Lists (ACLs) introduction (15:36)
  • ACL demonstrations, wildcard masks Part 1 (10:12)
  • ACL demonstrations, wildcard masks Part 2 (8:02)
  • ACL demonstrations Part 1 (11:15)
  • ACL demonstrations Part 2 (7:15)
  • Extended ACL demonstrations (16:11)

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Access Lists (ACLs): Packet Tracer Lab 1
  • ACL Lab 1- Can you complete the lab? (5:11)
  • ACL Lab 1- Answers Part 1 (5:06)
  • ACL Lab 1- Answers Part 2 (12:26)
Access Lists (ACLs): Packet Tracer Lab 2
  • ACL Lab 2- Can you complete the lab? (7:16)
  • ACL Lab 2- Answers Part 1 (11:55)
  • ACL Lab 2- Answers Part 2 (7:50)
  • ACL Lab 2- Answers Part 3 (4:20)
Access List Cheat Sheet
  • IOS_IPv4_Access_Lists
Network Address Translation (NAT)
  • NAT Part 1 Overview (0:48)
  • NAT Part Real World NAT (3:11)
  • NAT Part 3 RFC1918 (4:26)
  • NAT Part 4 NAT Terms (2:55)
  • NAT Part 5 Private Addresses (1:30)
  • NAT Part 6 NAT Types (2:41)
  • NAT Part 7 Demo Static NAT (7:52)
  • NAT Part 8 Wireshark Captures (5:14)
  • NAT Part 9 Show commands (1:33)
  • NAT Part 10 Static NAT summary (1:02)
  • NAT Part 11 GNS3 Server NAT (1:09)
  • NAT Part 12 Static NAT versus Dynamic NAT (0:57)
  • NAT Part 13 Dynamic NAT Overview (0:39)
  • NAT Part 14 GNS3 Static NAT Demo (3:18)
  • NAT Part 15 GNS3 Dynamic NAT Demo (0:49)
  • NAT Part 16 Dynamic NAT Configuration (7:22)
  • NAT Part 17 Show Commands (0:56)
  • NAT Part 18 NAT Overloading PAT (7:59)
  • NAT Part 19 PAT demo (4:39)
  • NAT Part 20 Show commands (1:11)
  • NAT Part 21 Source Address Theory (5:29)
  • NAT Part 22 NAT Theory (7:41)
  • NAT Part 23 PAT Theory (0:54)
  • NAT Part 24 PAT Demo (6:44)
NAT: Packet Tracer Lab 1
  • NAT Lab 1 overview- Can you complete the lab? (2:56)
  • NAT Lab 1- Answers (13:08)
NAT: Packet Tracer Lab 2
  • NAT Lab 2 overview- Can you complete the lab? (4:47)
  • NAT Lab 2- Answers Part 1 (7:36)
  • NAT Lab 2- Answers Part 2 (11:48)
NAT: Packet Tracer Lab 3
  • NAT Lab 3 overview- Can you complete the lab? (2:42)
  • NAT Lab 3- Answers (10:39)
Packet Tracer Campus Network Part 4
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network Part 4- Can you complete the lab? (1:51)
  • Packet Tracer Campus Network Part 4- NAT (8:47)
NAT Troubleshooting and VLOGs
  • CCNA VLOG #032 Static NAT Part 1 (10:47)
  • CCNA VLOG #033 Static NAT Part 2 (4:55)
  • CCNA VLOG #034 NAT Single IP Multiple Servers (8:22)
  • CCNA VLOG #035 NAT Troubleshooting 1 – Can you find the issue CCNA Exam 200-125 troubleshooting (8:38)
  • CCNA VLOG #036 NAT Troubleshooting 2 – Can you find the issue CCNA Exam 200-125 troubleshooting? (5:01)
  • CCNA VLOG #038 NAT Troubleshooting 3 – Can you find the issue CCNA Exam 200-125 troubleshooting (10:00)
  • CCNA VLOG #040 NAT Troubleshooting 4 – Can you find the issue CCNA Exam 200-125 troubleshooting? (6:46)
  • CCNA VLOG #046 NAT Troubleshooting Scenario 5 – Can you find the issue CCNA Exam 200-125 trouble? (6:40)
NAT Cheat Sheet
  • NAT
QOS
  • QOS Introduction (2:33)
  • Traffic Types and Requirements (3:48)
  • SRND Guide (4:27)
  • QOS mechanisms and Exam details (5:23)
  • Classfication and Marking (3:39)
  • COS (2:26)
  • IP Precedence and DSCP (2:52)
  • DSCP AF Classes (2:24)
  • DSCP CS, AF and EF Classes (5:51)
  • Router demo Part 1 (2:04)
  • Router demo Part 2 (2:15)
  • Final SRND Guide Recommendations (2:16)
  • Final SRND Switch Examples (2:45)
  • Wireshark showing COS and DSCP (8:17)
  • Trust boundary (2:56)
  • Traffic classes (3:46)
  • Policiers and shapers Part 1 (3:26)
  • Policiers and shapers Part 2 (2:54)
  • Queuing (3:35)
  • Queuing – FIFO, PQ, CQ, WFQ (5:41)
  • Queuing – WFQ and CBWFQ (2:38)
  • CBWFQ and LLQ (1:58)
  • Congestion Avoidance with WRED (7:32)
  • QOS Demo Part 1 (6:48)
  • QOS Demo Part 2 (5:02)
Quality of Service Cheat Sheet
  • PacketLife.net QoS Cheat Sheet
IP Phone up Process
  • IP Phone up – Power requirements (15:00)
  • Demonstration of Cisco IP Telephony configuration (15:33)
  • Demonstration Voice VLAN Configuration_1 (15:56)
  • How does an IP Phone get an IP address (23:31)
VoIP: CUCME and Cisco IP Phones: Packet Tracer Lab
  • VoIP Lab- Can you complete the lab? (6:44)
  • VoIP Lab- Answers Part 1 (5:47)
  • VoIP Lab- Answers Part 2 (9:49)
  • VoIP Lab- Answers Part 3 (10:53)
OSPF
  • OSPF 1 (10:23)
  • OSPF Part 2 (14:55)
  • OSPF Part 3 (7:08)
  • OSPF Part 4 (6:57)
  • OSPF Part 5 (10:02)
  • OSPF Part 6 (7:07)
  • OSPF Part 7 (8:37)
  • OSPF DR, BR, DROTHER (CCNA VLOG #031) (12:10)
  • DR Election Process (CCNA VLOG #039) (10:40)
  • OSPF DR Elections (CCNA VLOG #041) (3:06)
OSPF Single Area: Packet Tracer Lab
  • Lab Overview- Can you complete the lab? (2:08)
  • OSPF Single Area Answers Part 1 (3:50)
  • OSPF Single Area Answers Part 2 (5:49)
  • OSPF Single Area Answers Part 3 (4:11)
  • OSPF Single Area Answers Part 4 (2:29)
OSPF Wireshark Quiz
  • OSPF Lab- Quiz (2:36)
  • OSPF Lab- Answers (14:08)
  • OSPF Lab- Answers Part 2 (2:05)
OSPF Troubleshooting
  • OSPF Troubleshooting (CCNA VLOG #001) (9:31)
  • OSPF Troubleshooting (CCNA VLOG #003) (6:05)
  • OSPF Troubleshooting (CCNA VLOG #005) (9:16)
  • OSPF Troubleshooting (CCNA VLOG #037) (6:15)
OSPF Troubleshooting: Packet Tracer Lab 1
  • OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 1 Overview- Can you fix the network? (2:07)
  • OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 1- Answers Part 1 (7:37)
  • OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 1- Answers Part 2 (5:37)
OSPF Troubleshooting: Packet Tracer Lab 2
  • OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 2 Overview- Can you fix the network? (1:23)
  • OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 2- Answers Part 1 (7:25)
  • OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 2- Answers Part 2 (3:48)
OSPF Troubleshooting: Packet Tracer Lab 3
  • OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 3 Overview- Can you fix the network? (1:09)
  • OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 3- Answers (9:47)
OSPF Multi-Area configuration and testing
  • CCNA VLOG #073: OSPF Multi-area configuration and testing for the CCNA Exam (Part 1) (11:08)
  • CCNA VLOG #074: OSPF Multi-area configuration and testing for the CCNA Exam (Part 2) (9:15)
  • CCNA VLOG #075: OSPF Multi-area configuration and testing for the CCNA Exam (Part 3) (8:06)
  • CCNA VLOG #082: OSPF Multi-area configuration and troubleshooting for the CCNA Exam (Virtual Links) (13:36)
OSPF Multiple Area: Packet Tracer Lab
  • Lab Overview- Can you complete the lab? (2:29)
  • OSPF Multiple Area Lab Answers Part 1 (8:10)
  • OSPF Multiple Area Lab Answers Part 2 (8:23)
OSPF Wireshark Troubleshooting Quiz
  • OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 1- Question (1:52)
  • OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 1- Answers (11:27)
  • OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 2- Question (1:44)
  • OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 2- Answers (5:30)
  • OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 3- Question (1:24)
  • OSPF Troubleshooting Lab 3- Answers (7:27)
OSPF Cheat Sheet
  • PacketLife.net OSPF Cheat Sheet
Cisco IGP Cheat Sheet
  • IOS_Interior_Routing_Protocols
IPv6
  • IPv6 – Part 1 (24:45)
  • IPv6 – Part 2 (15:22)
  • IPv6 – Part 3 (23:30)
  • IPv6 – Part 4 (22:54)
  • IPv6 – Part 5 (15:58)
IPv6 Configuration: Packet Tracer Lab
  • Lab Overview- Can you complete the lab? (1:43)
  • IPv6 Configuration Lab 1- Answers Part 1 (5:21)
  • IPv6 Configuration Lab 1- Answers Part 2 (7:03)
  • IPv6 Configuration Lab 1- Answers Part 3 (6:52)
IPv6 Addressing, routing and troubleshooting
  • CCNA VLOG #048 IPv6 static routing using next hop IPv6 address (IPv6 routing Part 1) (10:17)
  • CCNA VLOG #049 IPv6 static routing using next hop IPv6 address (IPv6 routing Par (5:55)
  • CCNA VLOG #062 Troubleshooting IPv6 networks for the CCNA exam (Part 1) Can you (6:04)
  • CCNA VLOG #063 Troubleshooting IPv6 networks for the CCNA exam (Part 2) (7:07)
  • CCNA VLOG #064 Troubleshooting IPv6 networks for the CCNA exam (Part 3) (4:25)
IPv6 Troubleshooting: Packet Tracer Lab
  • Lab Overview- Can you complete the lab? (1:14)
  • IPv6 Troubleshooting Lab- Answers (6:18)
IPv6 Cheat Sheet
  • IPv6
Implementing IPv6 addressing on Hosts and Routers
  • IPv6 addressing and SLAAC Part 1 (2:07)
  • IPv6 addressing and SLAAC Part 2 (2:45)
  • IPv6 addressing and SLAAC Part 3 (1:44)
  • IPv6 addressing and SLAAC Demo 1 (6:29)
  • IPv6 addressing and SLAAC Demo 2 (5:12)
  • IPv6 Address and SLAAC Demo 3 (1:47)
  • IPv6 Address and SLAAC Demo 4 (2:00)
  • IPv6 DHCP Server, Relay Agent and Client Part 1 (2:42)
  • IPv6 DHCP Server, Relay Agent and Client Part 2 (5:39)
Wide Area Networks (Point-to-point)
  • WAN introduction (0:45)
  • WAN Overview (3:31)
  • WAN Point-to-point link (3:20)
  • CSU DSU (2:39)
  • VPNs versus leased lines (2:12)
  • DTE DCE (2:58)
  • Serial interfaces (WAN Interface Cards) (1:41)
  • Serial Interfaces (continued) (3:30)
  • Serial interface speeds (3:56)
HDLC
  • HDLC Introduction (3:21)
  • HDLC Demo Part 1 (12:04)
  • HDLC Demo Part 2 (5:43)
IPv6 Routing – OSPF
  • OSPFv3 Overview (4:43)
  • OSPFv3 configuration and show commands- R1 (7:29)
  • OSPFv3 configuration and show commands- R2 (7:45)
  • OSPFv3 full network configuration and testing (9:02)
  • OSPFv3 Troubleshooting (5:47)
  • OSPF IPv6 no ip addresses (CCNA VLOG #044)l (11:06)
IPv6 Access Lists
  • IPv6 ACLs Part 1 (1:55)
  • IPv6 ACLs Part 2 (4:04)
  • IPv6 ACLs Part 3 (3:51)
  • IPv6 ACLs Part 4 (5:33)
  • IPv6 ACLs Demo 1 (5:10)
  • IPv6 ACLs Demo 2 (5:52)
VPNs
  • VPNs Part 1 (13:20)
  • VPNs Part 2 (14:28)
  • VPNs Part 3 (14:42)
  • VPNs Part 4 (17:57)

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GRE Tunnels
  • GRE Tunnel Theory (1:54)
  • GNS3 GRE Tunnel Demo Overview (4:27)
  • RFCs and Protocol Types (1:52)
  • GNS3 GRE Lab Part 1 IP addressing (3:36)
  • GNS3 GRE Lab Part 2 GRE Tunnel Configuration (7:05)
  • GNS3 GRE Lab Part 3 EIGRP (4:21)
  • GNS3 GRE Lab Part 4 Wireshark captures and show commands (5:56)
  • GNS3 GRE Lab Part 5 GRE and OSPF (2:56)
  • VPN Config Generator (3:09)
GRE: Packet Tracer Lab
  • GRE Tunnel- can you complete the lab? (5:58)
  • GRE Tunnel- Answers Part 1 (7:55)
  • GRE Tunnel- Answers Part 2 (7:32)
  • GRE Tunnel- Answers Part 3 (6:22)
VPN Config Generator Software
  • GRE: Site to Site Tunnel
  • IPSec: Static Site to Site VPN
IPSec Cheat Sheet
  • PacketLife.net IPSec Cheat Sheet
Cloud Computing
  • Cloud Computing Part 1 Overview (2:31)
  • Cloud Computing Part 2 Hypervisors (2:33)
  • Cloud Computing Part 3 Hypervisors (5:46)
  • Cloud Computing Part 4 Amazon Demonstration (7:13)
  • NFV (6:44)
Wireless Networks (Wi-Fi)
  • Wi-Fi Intro (8:47)
  • What are these new terms? (5:54)
  • Wi-Fi 6 demonstration (20:52)
  • Channels and Hertz (9:08)
  • Network Types Part 1 (9:28)
  • Network Types Part 2 (11:47)
Wi-Fi Demo
  • Cisco WLC lab: Part 1 (10:55)
  • Cisco WLC lab: Part 2 (14:23)
Wi-Fi 6 Technical Discussion
  • Wi-Fi Technical Discussion Introduction (2:39)
  • Wi-Fi 6 overview and benefits (20:53)
  • Wi-Fi Technical discussion Part 1 (23:02)
  • Wi-Fi Technical discussion Part 2 (34:05)
Network Automation and Programmability
  • Advice for the exam and real world. Northbound, southbound APIs and more. (15:47)
  • Ansible vs Puppet vs Chef (5:29)
  • Overlays, Underlays, VXLAN and intelligence (11:49)
  • Autopilot (10:35)
  • SDA (10:11)
JSON
  • Why do we care? JSON format examples (9:43)
  • Practical JSON using Cisco Nexus (5:19)
  • JSON with Cisco On-Box Python (10:55)
  • Python, Ubuntu and remote Cisco devices (5:44)
  • JSON, Ubuntu and remote Python scripts (10:08)
REST APIs
  • Practical Overview and advice (8:14)
  • REST API Theory (5:57)
  • DNA Center APIs (3:34)
  • Demo: DNA REST APIs (13:49)
  • Free DNA Labs (2:03)
  • Router REST API (12:50)
  • Python script using REST API (4:58)
Optional: Real World Examples of Network Automation
  • Linux on Cisco IOS (15:30)
  • Additional Linux commands on Cisco IOS (14:48)
  • Linux, TCL and EEM scripts on Cisco devices (18:30)
  • Network Automation_ Schedule Config Backups (15:54)
  • How well do you know the Cisco IOS_ (19:02)
  • Linux scripts on Cisco IOS_ (10:55)
Optional PYTHON: Quick Guide to Network Automation
  • Quick 1 GNS3 Lab Setup and IDEs (10:22)
  • Quick 2 Telnet Script creation (11:20)
  • Quick 3 Telnet Script Test (6:04)
  • Quick 4 Telnet to a switch and create VLANs (8:15)
  • Quick 5 Loops (7:29)
  • Quick 6 PEP8 Python Style Guide (2:41)
  • Quick 7 Configure switch VLANs using loops (8:55)
  • Quick 8 Create a multiple switch network (8:16)
  • Quick 9 Open a file of switch IP addresess (8:22)
  • Quick 10 Configure multiple switch with a loop (3:00)
  • Quick 11 Loops within loops (6:51)
  • Quick 12 Backup Network Device Configurations (7:09)
Optional: Network Overlays: Paul and Peter
  • Optional content
  • Paul and Peter Issues (6:57)
  • Paul can do things himself now – what about Peter’s job (7:44)
  • Layer 2 networks across the DC Is this even possible Layer 2 over Layer 3 (2:49)
Capturing Passwords with Python and Wireshark
  • Overview and tshark install and packet capture (5:49)
  • tshark and Pyshark installation (5:10)
  • Basic Pyshark testing (9:26)
  • Termshark (5:55)
  • Pyshark script (6:34)
  • Lab overview and setup (6:39)
  • iPython and interactive OSPF script (6:10)
  • OSPF Password Python script (6:33)
  • FTP Password Capture Python script (5:03)
  • Telnet Password Capture Python Script (5:18)
Introduction to SDN and OpenFlow
  • Welcome: SDN Course Welcome (2:02)
What is SDN?
  • What do the inventors say it is? (0:47)
  • Open SDN, SDN via overlays, White box SDN (3:09)
  • SDN Via APIs Cisco ACI (asics) Openstack Nfv (4:32)
Optional: Is this actually real?
  • Real World Sdn Google_updated (3:27)
  • Real Word- Microsoft (0:22)
  • Real World SDN – NSA (2:07)
  • Real World SDN – Facebook (0:53)
  • Linux on switches (0:35)
  • Which SDN Controller should you use (0:48)
GNS3 Campus Network
  • GNS3 Topology Overview (7:02)
  • IOSvL2 Appliance Import (8:06)
  • Switch Hostnames, VTP and VLANs Part 1 (5:57)
  • Hostnames, VTP, VLANs Part 2 (9:13)
  • IP addressing and ping testing (8:05)
  • Static trunk encapsulation and mode (5:27)
  • Disable DTP and configure access ports (9:06)
  • Ping within a VLAN (2:35)
  • Which ports are trunking and which VLANs are permitted (3:23)
  • CDP Demo Basic discovery (7:28)
  • CDP Demo Disable globally and per interface (6:49)
  • CDP Demo Command Options (4:20)
  • LLDP Demo Discover Linux Servers (6:41)
  • Which ports are blocking (3:58)
  • Spanning Tree blocks core switch ports (7:11)
  • CDP & LLDP and STP – what happens (2:40)
  • STP – optimize Core switches (10:03)
  • Optimize campus network using Etherchannel (14:25)
  • STP failover testing (13:53)
  • HSRP Overview (6:44)
  • Demo HSRP Configuration Switch 1 (6:15)
  • Demo HSRP Configuration Switch 2 (8:22)
  • Demo Test connectivity to HSRP router (2:49)
  • Demo HSRP failover test (6:54)
  • EIGRP configuration (6:16)
  • EIGRP Configuration (continued) (7:43)
  • Redistribute Static Route (5:14)
  • Troubleshoot GNS3 cloud issue (1:41)
  • Configure NAT and test (7:54)
Thank You!
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