CCNA 2016 - CCNA 200-125 exam - a complete guide - Cisco
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- 13 Supplemental Resources
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- Certificate of Completion
- Explore the Functions of Networking
Configure Cisco routers and switches
Flashcards to help you memorize core concepts
- Build a Simple Network
- Understand Ethernet and Switch Operation
- Establish Internet Connectivity
- Do Subnetting in a few seconds!
- Understand cabling, patch panels and tools
- Configure a Wireless Access Point
- Troubleshoot Common Issues
- Manage Network Device Security
- Dynamic Routing Protocols
- Secure Administrative Access
- Implement VLANs and Trunks
- Route between VLANs
- Configure IPv6 Routing
- Get ready for the CCNA exam
- General IT knowledge
- Willingness to learn new things
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This CCNA course teaches you all networking concepts and application skills for configuring Cisco routers and switches. It includes a lot of real world examples and presentations, e.g. how to make an ethernet cable and use a patch panel, stacking Cisco switches, subnetting and much more... You will also see lectures with whiteboards and clips showing real routers, switches, access points, firewalls and network tools.
- The OSI Model
- Configuration of Cisco routers and switches
- Labs with 20 routers!
- Cabling, including fibre optic cables and racks
- How to use a virtual rack and save money
- Subnetting made easy
- VLANs, VTP and Spanning Tree Protocols
- Dynamic routing protocols (RIP, OSPF,EIGRP, BGP)
- Access lists and security concepts
- Overview of firewalls and UTM devices
- Meraki Access Points in action!
- NAT configuration with real world examples
- WAN solutions including ADSL/VDSL
- How to troubleshoot network issues
- Quality of Service (QoS)
- Virtual Private Networks (VPNs)
- Quizzes to help you pass the exam
- Challenges in Packet Tracer
The course is perfect for anyone seeking to learn how to set up and troubleshoot Cisco networks.
Contents and Overview
In over 18 hours of content including almost 200 lectures this course covers a whole range of topics required for your CCNA exam and the real world as well. Each chapter closes with a quiz to make sure you can practice exam questions and test your knowledge before moving to the next section.
We start from scratch discussing The OSI and TCP/IP models, subnetting and network protocols. Then you move to basic router configuration and routing protocols. You will learn many interesting concepts about switches, access points and firewalls. This course also discusses cabling, WAN technologies, subnetting and troubleshooting tips.
You will find a few challenges in Packet Tracer with answers so you can practice at home. Start studying for the 200-125 exam.
- Studying towards CCNA
- Students looking to get better understanding of networking concepts
- Everybody interested in learning about Cisco
What is a network? How do we connect our devices today?
Hubs, switches, routers, firewalls, access points... a nice introduction to network devices.
We discuss basic services and terms that you need to know; DNS, DHCP, duplex, NIC...
We have a lot of different network types and it is important for you to identify them!
This is a fundamental topic to understand how our networks work. We discuss the Core, Distribution and Access Layers
It is not enough to understand what a network device does, you have to be able to read a network diagram!
Examples, examples and more examples - learn about collision and broadcast domains.
The OSI and TCP/IP Model
You will be able to identify all layers of the OSI and TCP/IP models.
A unique e-book showing you some interesting details about the OSI and TCP/IP models.
Let's discuss the first three layers of the OSI model.
Learn how TCP and UDP protocols work!
More details about TCP and UDP protocols.
Why do we need port numbers? Check it out!
We move down to Layer 3 now and talk about routers.
A short introduction to Layer 2 - switches and switching protocols.
You will learn more about L2 addresses.
Want more examples showing you Layer 2? Here we go!
Cables and connectors. Learn how to connect your network devices.
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