Cisco CCNA Training Suite

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Cisco CCNA R/S (200-125): The Complete Course
  • Certification included
  • Experience level required: All levels
  • Access 271 lectures & 20.5 hours of content 24/7
  • Length of time users can access this course: Lifetime

Course Curriculum

271 Lessons (20.5h)

  • Introduction to the CCNA 200-125 Composite Certification
    S1L1 CCNA 200-125 Inroduction to the course6:32
  • Introduction to TCP/IP Networking
    S2L2 Introduction to TCP:IP Networking4:02
    S2L3 Perspectives on Networking8:47
    S2L4 The Application Layer of the TCP:IP Model3:09
    S2L5 the Transport Layer of the TCP:IP Model4:55
    S2L6 The Network Layer of the TCP:IP Model3:21
    S2L7 The Link and Physical Layer of the TCP:IP Model2:39
    S2L8 Summary of Section3:43
  • The Breakdown to the OSI Model
    S3L9 The OSI Model2:17
    S3L10 Comparing the OSI and TCP:IP Model4:56
    S3L11 OSI Layers and their functions7:58
    S3L12 OSI Layering Concepts and Benefits3:49
    S3L13 Summary of Section 31:45
  • A look at the Cisco Models
    S4L14 Cisco 3 Layer Model3:25
    S4L15 Cisco Collapsed Architecture2:37
    S4L16 Summary of Section 42:21
  • An Introduction to Ethernet LANs
    S5L17 an Overview of LAN's3:34
    S5L18 Small Office Home Office LAN9:44
    S5L19 Common Enterprise LAN11:36
    S5L20 Ethernet Cabling Standards8:17
    S5L21 Summary of Section 52:50
  • Nodes used on Ethernet LANs
    S6L22 Devices used on an Ethernet Network6:32
    S6L23 Summary of Section 63:48
  • Introduction to IPv4 Addressing
    S7L24 Introduction to IPv4 Addressing10:08
    S7L25 Format and Classes of an IPv4 Address11:10
    S7L26 Classes and private IP Addressing11:14
    S7L27 Summary of Section 72:50
  • Class-Full Subnetting in IPv4
    S8L28 Class-Full Subnetting in IPv415:35
    S8L29 Subnetting a Class "C" Address4:53
    S8L30 Subnetting a Class "B" Address4:00
    S8L31 Subnetting a Class "A" Address5:14
    S8L32 Summary of Section 81:21
  • VLSM
    S9L33 VLSM2:43
    S9L34 VLSM Breakdown11:41
    S9L35 Creating a VLSM Network3:09
    S9L36 Summary of Section 92:09
  • Route Summarization
    S10L37 Route Summarization2:51
    S10L38 Summarization Breakdown5:46
    S10L39 Assigning the Summary Address8:04
    S10L40 Summary of Section 101:26
  • Configuration within the CLI
    S11L41 Introduction to Cisco's CLI2:27
    S11L42 Navigation of the CLI11:25
    S11L43 Cisco Router Components6:12
    S11L44 Router Boot Sequence5:17
    S11L45 password Recovery Procedure11:31
    S11L46 Router Administrative Commands18:25
    S11L47 Router interface Commands9:28
    S11L48 Summary of Section 114:36
  • All About Routing
    S12L49 Routing Packets in your network9:24
    S12L50 Default Routing11:51
    S12L51 Static Routing10:23
    S12L52 Dynamic Routing2:54
    S12L53 Configuring RIPv211:41
    S12L54 Passive Interface1:47
    S12L55 Configuring the Passive-Interface7:29
    S12L56 RIPv2 Default Routes1:44
    S12L57 Configuring RIPv2 Default Routes7:34
    S12L58 Summary of Section 123:32
  • The EIGRP Routing Protocol
    S13L59 The EIGRP Routing Protocol19:40
    Basic Configuration of EIGRP8:43
    The EIGRP Topology Table6:16
    Successor and Feasible Successor Routes12:42
    The EIGRP Neighbor Table4:10
    Wildcards to Configure EIGRP8:28
    Tweaking the Bandwidth in EIGRP8:25
    Load Balancing with EIGRP5:31
    Summary of Section 135:32
  • All About OSPF
    All About OSPF12:45
    OSPF Basic Lab7:24
    Designated and Backup Router Lab20:40
    Multi Area OSPF Lab12:51
    OSPF Authentication Lab9:29
    Summary of Section 142:52
  • All About Switching
    LAN Switching5:24
    Common Command on a Switch13:11
    The Spanning Tree Protocol5:00
    STP Election Process13:36
    Manipulation of STP6:55
    Summary of Section 153:15
  • All About VLAN's
    Using Vlans in Our Network4:01
    VLAN Configuration12:00
    Using the Virtual Trunking Protocol7:46
    Trunking Ports on L2 Switches10:22
    Securing Ports on a Switch9:45
    Summary of Section 162:24
  • Welcome to Inter-Vlan Routing and EtherChannel
    Inter-VLAN Routing12:04
    Ether-Channel2:16
    EtherChannel Configuration16:22
    Summary of Section 172:31
  • Welcome to IPv6
    The Ins and Outs of IPv619:05
    Assigning IPv6 Addresses to an Interface12:11
    Static Routing In IPv68:36
    RIPng Configuration7:20
    EIGRPv6 Configuration9:57
    OSPFv3 Configuration9:31
    Dual Stack Routing10:36
    Subnetting in IPv67:47
    Summary of Section2:43
  • Welcome to Access-List
    Unraveling Access-List7:35
    Standard ACL Configuration7:30
    Standard ACL's for Telnet8:38
    Extended ACL Configuration12:49
    Named ACL Configuration6:12
    Remark Command in an ACL7:14
    Summary of Section 191:48
  • Welcome to NAT
    Network Address Translation (NAT)7:25
    Configuring Nat Overload8:54
    Summary of Section 202:47
  • Welcome to Wide Area Network (WAN)
    Welcome to WAN17:34
    Configuring PPP20:40
    Configuring Frame-Relay19:27
    Configuring GRE Tunnels7:50
    Radius Lab15:14
    TACACS+ Lab12:32
    IPSLA Lab21:35
    Summary of Section3:59
  • Welcome to MPLS
    Welcome to MPLS12:08
    The Basics of MPLS22:04
    MPLS VPN Layer 222:49
    MPLS VPN Layer 313:40
    Summary of Section3:23
  • Welcome to BGP
    Introduction to BGP7:35
    Comparison eBGP VS iBGP Lab14:07
    Minimal eBGP8:31
    Summary of Section2:23
  • Welcome to HSRP
    Introduction to HSRP20:38
    HSRP Lab13:33
    Summary of Section1:23
  • Welcome to DMVPN
    Intro to DMVPN7:32
    DMVPN Lab13:23
    VPN3:43
    Summary of Section2:05
  • IP Services
    Introduction to IP Services11:07
    SNMP LAB12:16
    Summary of Section4:26
  • Managing a Cisco Internetwork
    Configuring DHCP11:30
    DHCP Relay Agent15:34
    Verifying DHCP on a Cisco IOS5:55
    Network Time Protocol (NTP)17:00
    Resolving Hostnames10:48
    Summary of Section3:26
  • Evolution of Intelligent Network
    Introduction to Evolution of Intelligent Network7:44
    API's9:33
    Cisco APIC-EM6:20
    Summary of Section5:50
  • Licensing
    Licensing a Cisco Router6:03
    Licensing Lab8:37
    Summary of Section2:52
  • Summary of Course
    S26 Summary of Course12:46

Cisco CCNA R/S (200-125): The Complete Course

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Lazaro Diaz

Whether you are interested in the CCNA R/S, the CCENT, ICND2, the CCNP, or you just want to understand the key topics of these certification, taking one or all of Lazaro Diaz's courses, will get you a lot closer to that goal. Lazaro hosts a variety of courses covering not just Cisco, but also CompTIA and Microsoft. In 2017 he hopes to complete his second book based on all the Routing Protocols in 2017. His first book, "The Only IP Book You Will Ever Need!" is available on Amazon.

Laz is notorious for his nonchalant and unconventional way of teaching, and has quickly become an authority when it comes to the CCNA certification. Not to mention his achievement in being instrumental in getting his students certified.

Description

Whether you're a novice or just need a refresher, this course has everything you need to prepare and pass the Cisco 200-125 certification. You'll acquire the knowledge and practice labs in this course to transfer to real world use as a Cisco or IT Professional.

  • Access 271 lectures & 20.5 hours of content 24/7
  • Gain an in-depth understanding of networking, using routers & switches, & their various configurations & connections
  • Learn how to configure default, static, & dynamic routing
  • Comprehend how to manipulate each of the routing protocol attributes to meet network requirements
  • Prepare yourself in Layer 2 technology & its various configurations
  • Secure routers through the use of Access-list & configure different types of NAT

Specs

Details & Requirements

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion not included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

Compatibility

  • Internet required

Terms

  • Unredeemed licenses can be returned for store credit within 30 days of purchase. Once your license is redeemed, all sales are final.