This course is over 24+ hours in length and will cover all the needed subjects to be successful in passing your CCNA 200-120 exam; also the knowledge and practice labs acquired in this course will be transferable to real world use as a Cisco professional.
Course Description :-
This course will give students an in-depth understanding of networking, using routers and switches and their various configurations and connections. Students will learn how to configure; default, static and dynamic routing. Students will comprehend how to manipulate each of the routing protocols attributes to meet the requirements of the network.
This course will also prepare the student in Layer 2 technology and its various configurations, such as; VLAN’s, VTP, STP, PortFast, EtherChannel, Port-Security, Inter-VLAN communication & Trunking.
Students will also acquire the knowledge needed to secure their routers through the use of Access-list, configuring the different types of NAT & will be able to manage the router’s components.
Students will also be able to thoroughly grasp the concepts of both Internet Protocols; IPv4 & IPv6.
Wide Area Network Protocols will also be covered; HDLC, PPP & Frame Relay. The student will also learn how to create redundancy in their networks through the use of Redundancy Protocols such as HSRP which is just as important. Also, within the WAN, the student will also learn how to create VPN’s and GRE Tunnels.
This is a full comprehensive course that will take you from A-Z in your quest for the CCNA (200-120).
What are the requirements?
Basic understanding of Networking
Cisco Packet Tracer or similar simulators
What am I going to get from this course?
Over 116 lectures and 24.5 hours of content!
This is a complete & comprehensive CCNA (200-120) Course. It is designed to prepare the student to be able take the certification exam.
Once you finish this course, the student will not only have the confidence to take and be able to pass the test, but they should be able to transfer the knowledge acquired to a networking environment.
Understanding the concepts as provided in this course is an essential part of any network in order to communicate and transmit information. Mastering this knowledge will make the student or IT Professional a much more valuable asset in any Network or IT environment.
What is the target audience?
This course is intended for anyone that is preparing for a network certification or Computer Science Degree. However, it does go beyond that, it is also intended for those Networking and/or IT Professionals that are already in the field and need a better understanding of networks.
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Section 1: Welcome to the most COMPLETE CCNA (200-120) Course...get ready to be amazed!
Lecture 1 Your First Journey into the Cisco World
Lecture 2 Why acquire a CCNA certification?
Lecture 3 How would you get CCNA Certified?
Lecture 4 Which CCNA test should I take?
Lecture 5 What does the course consist of?
Section 2: The Packet tracer Simulator
Lecture 6 Navigating the Packet tracer tool
Lecture 7 How to create a simple topology
Lecture 8 Configuring a router
Lecture 9 Configuring a switch
Lecture 10 Configuring a PC
Lecture 11 configuring a server
Section 3: The Basics of Networking
Lecture 12 Understanding the Need for Networking
Lecture 13 Communication at its lowest layer
Lecture 14 Internetworking Devices used on a network
Lecture 15 The importance of segmentation
Section 4: The OSI Model
Lecture 16 A brief history of the OSI model
Lecture 17 The layers of the OSI model
Lecture 18 The 3 Upper Layers of the OSI
Lecture 19 The 4 Lower Layers of the OSI
Lecture 20 The process of Encapsulation
Section 5: Binary to Hex and Decimal conversion
Lecture 21 The tables we use when converting
Lecture 22 Converting a Hex number to binary/decimal
Lecture 23 Converting a Decimal to binary/hex
Lecture 24 Why do we need to know Hexadecimal numbers?
Section 6: Cisco three Layer Model
Lecture 25 Core Layer
Lecture 26 Distribution Layer
Lecture 27 Access Layer
Section 7: TCP/IP model
Lecture 28 A brief history of the model
Lecture 29 The layers of the model & how they map over to the OS
Section 8: Ethernet Networks
Lecture 30 Definition of Ethernet Networks
Lecture 31 The access method of ethernet (CSMA/CD)
Lecture 32 What cabling standards to we use?
Section 9: IPV4 addresses
Lecture 33 What is an IPv4 address & Its format
Lecture 34 Classes of Addresses and their ranges
Section 10: Private IP address range
Lecture 35 Definition of Private addressing
Lecture 36 Private Class A,B, C address range
Section 11: IPv6 Addressing
Lecture 37 Why do we need IPv6
Lecture 38 IPv6 addressing and Expressions
Lecture 39 IPv6 address types
Lecture 40 The Auto-configuration feature
Lecture 41 ICMPv6
Section 12: Transition Mechanisms
Lecture 42 Dual Stack, 6to4 tunneling and NATPT
Section 13: How to subnet in IPv4
Lecture 43 The subnet Mask
Lecture 44 Diagram used to subnet & Using the diagram...PLEASE NOTE: 2046 should be 2048
Lecture 45 Class-full subnetting
Lecture 46 Class-less subnetting
Lecture 47 Route summarization
Lecture 48 Wildcard masking
Section 14: How to subnet in IPv6
Lecture 49 Do we need to subnet In IPv6?
Lecture 50 How to setup the diagram for subnetting.
Lecture 51 Counting for subnets and finding increment value
Lecture 52 Laying out the subnets with the new network prefix
Section 15: Inside a Cisco router
Lecture 53 How to connect to a router
Lecture 54 Components we need to know about
Lecture 55 Boot Sequence of a Cisco router
Lecture 56 Navigation of the IOS
Section 16: Administrative configurations
Lecture 57 House Keeping configurations
Lecture 58 interface configurations
Lecture 59 Telnet and SSH into routers
Lecture 60 show commands
Section 17: DHCP and Name resolution on Cisco routers
Lecture 61 configuring DHCP
Lecture 62 Configuring DHCP Relay Agent
Lecture 63 Configuring static host tables
Section 18: Using the Cisco Discovery Protocol
Lecture 64 using the CDP command
Section 19: The Cisco register
Lecture 65 Manipulating the register within the router
Lecture 66 Accessing & manipulating the register within ROMMON
Section 20: Routing Process
Lecture 67 How does IP routing occur
Lecture 68 what type of routing should I use?
Lecture 69 what are default routes & where do you configure them?
Lecture 70 configuring static routes
Section 21: Dynamic Routing
Lecture 71 An overview of the three Dynamic routing protocols
Lecture 72 RIPv2 & RIPng configurations
Lecture 73 EIGRP & EIGRPv6 configurations
Lecture 74 EIGRP Bandwidth Lab
Section 22: OSPF Details
Lecture 75 OSPF Terminology
Lecture 76 Point-to-Point ospf
Lecture 77 Multi-access ospf
Lecture 78 OSPF multiple area details
Section 23: Switching at Layer 2
Lecture 79 Purpose of Using Switches & Specific functions at Layer2
Lecture 80 Navigation on a switch and show commands
Lecture 81 Administration configurations
Section 24: The basics of VLANs
Lecture 82 What are vlans and the importance of using vlans in our network?
Lecture 83 How to create and assign a vlan /Trunking appropriate ports
Section 25: The Spanning-tree Protocol
Lecture 84 what is STP used for
Lecture 85 How does the STP election process work
Lecture 86 How to manipulate the election process
Lecture 87 Turning STP off and Guarding against BPDUs on ports not using STP
Section 26: The Virtual Trunking Protocol
Lecture 88 What is the purpose of this protocol
Lecture 89 Commands and Configurations of the VTP protocol
Lecture 90 Turning on and adjusting port-security on your switch
Section 27: Inter-vlan routing
Lecture 91 What is the purpose of intervlan routing
Lecture 92 How to configure intervlan routing Part1
Lecture 93 How to configure intervlan routing Part2