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Cisco CCNA / ICND1 (100-105) Complete Course: Sims and GNS3 - Part 1

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The complete course to help you prepare and pass Cisco's newest CCNA & CCENT exams

About This Video

  • 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 the 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.

In Detail

Welcome to the complete Cisco CCNA and CCENT / ICND1 (100-105) course! This course helps you prepare for the newest CCNA and CCENT 100-105 exam (ICND1). This is your first step towards attaining your Cisco CCNA certification.

This course is unlike other CCNA courses as it contains:

  • Large amount of practical video content with detailed explanations of CCNA topics and GNS3 demonstrations
  • Simulations - online, integrated Cisco simulations to test your knowledge
  • GNS3 lab demonstrations - multiple topologies using GNS3. Create your own local lab and follow along.
  • Many demonstrations showing you practically how to configure and build GNS3 and Cisco networks
  • Cheatsheets

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!

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Table of Contents

  1. Chapter 1 : Welcome
    1. Welcome 00:02:08
    2. Code Password 00:00:05
    3. Thank you and Menu 00:00:33
    4. Exam Topics 00:03:16
  2. Chapter 2 : Basic Networking Terms (ICND1)
    1. Terminology 00:00:23
    2. Network Interface Card 00:00:46
    3. What is a computer network 00:01:14
    4. What is a Network protocol? 00:01:36
    5. Home Network and SOHO network 00:03:37
    6. Ping and Traceroute 00:04:23
    7. What is an IP address 00:02:02
    8. Network Categories and Components 00:02:18
    9. Domain Name System(DNS) 00:02:52
    10. IP Addressing and Network Sharing 00:01:47
  3. Chapter 3 : Introduction to Computer Networks (ICND1)
    1. Physical Components 00:03:30
    2. Characteristics of a Network 00:01:05
    3. Topology 00:01:12
    4. Speed 00:00:41
    5. Cost, Security and Availability 00:02:13
    6. Scalability and Reliability 00:01:02
    7. Physical versus logical topology 00:03:09
    8. Network Diagrams 00:01:13
    9. Application types and network performance 00:03:37
  4. Chapter 4 : OSI Model (ICND1)
    1. OSI Model - Part 1 – OSI Model Introduction 00:02:00
    2. OSI Model - Part 2 – OSI Model Layers 00:04:07
    3. OSI Model - Part 3 – Split of Concentration 00:06:27
    4. OSI Model Part 4 – Layer 7 Application Layer 00:02:42
    5. OSI Model Part 5 – Layer 6 presentation Layer 00:02:06
    6. OSI Model - Part 6 – Layer 5 Session Layer 00:01:23
    7. OSI Model - Part 7 – Top layers versus lower layers 00:00:23
    8. OSI Model - Part 8 – Transport Layer 00:04:53
    9. OSI Model - Part 9 – Network Layer 00:02:59
    10. OSI Model - Part 10 – Data Link Layer 00:03:26
    11. OSI Model Part 11 – Physical Layer 00:04:30
    12. OSI Model - Part 12 – Host Communication 00:03:37
    13. OSI Model - Part 13 – Encapsulation 00:02:52
    14. OSI Model - Part 14 – TCPIP versus OSI Model 00:06:12
    15. OSI Model - Part 15 – Demo Wireshark 00:04:34
  5. Chapter 5 : Binary (ICND1)
    1. Binary Part 1 - Binary Introduction 00:04:24
    2. Binary Part 2 - Binary versus Decimal 00:06:03
    3. Binary Part 3 – Examples 00:04:26
    4. Binary Part 4 - Convert IP Addresses to Binary 00:04:48
    5. Binary Part 5 - Convert Binary to Decimal 00:01:44
  6. Chapter 6 : Hexadecimal (ICND1)
    1. Hexadecimal - Demo of MAC addresses and ARP cache 00:03:51
    2. Hexadecimal - Demo of MAC addresses and ARP cache (continued) 00:01:43
    3. Hexadecimal conversion theory and demos Part 1 00:03:21
    4. Hexadecimal conversion theory and demos Part 2 00:00:43
    5. Hexadecimal conversion theory and demos Part 3 00:01:26
    6. Hexadecimal conversion theory and demos Part 4 00:02:46
    7. Hexadecimal conversion theory and demos Part 5 00:02:33
    8. Hexadecimal conversion theory and demos Part 6 00:00:41
    9. Hexadecimal conversion theory and demos Part 7 00:01:19
  7. Chapter 7 : IP Addressing (ICND1)
    1. IP Addressing Overview 00:04:28
    2. Demonstration 00:01:58
    3. IP Characteristics 00:05:39
    4. IPv4 Address Format 00:01:37
    5. Network versus Host portion 00:06:56
    6. IPv4 Address format (Street Analogy) 00:02:07
    7. Address Classes 00:03:51
    8. Class A and B addresses 00:05:01
    9. Class C addresses 00:01:35
    10. Class D and E addresses 00:02:18
    11. Class A, B and C addresses 00:03:45
    12. Special IPv4 Addresses 00:00:32
    13. Directed Broadcast Address 00:05:02
    14. Local Broadcast Address 00:04:27
    15. Local Loopback Address 00:05:00
    16. RFC1918 - Private Addresses 00:04:52
    17. RFC1918 - Class A, B, C 00:02:23
    18. RFC1918 - IPv4 Link Local Addresses 00:04:14
    19. Subnet Masks 00:03:37
    20. Is a host or remote 00:04:47
    21. Subnet mask demonstrations 00:03:17
    22. Discontiguous Network Masks 00:01:52
    23. CIDR Notation Part 1 00:00:48
    24. CIDR Notation Part 2 00:02:08
    25. CIDR Notation Part 3 00:05:22
  8. Chapter 8 : Cisco IOS Software and Initial Device Configuration (ICND1)
    1. Overview 00:02:47
    2. Uses of Cisco IOS Software 00:03:48
    3. Physical connection to the Cisco router 00:02:45
    4. How to connect to a router/switch 00:04:58
    5. Initial Startup 00:08:11
    6. Configuration of the router 00:01:40
    7. Modes – User 00:04:52
    8. Modes - Enable/Privilege 00:01:40
    9. Modes - User EXEC 00:00:54
    10. Modes - Global Config 00:03:37
    11. Modes – Interface 00:03:45
    12. Modes - Line and Router mode 00:02:45
    13. Modes – Line (continuation) and Router mode 00:02:02
    14. Help 00:05:28
    15. Commands 00:04:47
    16. Commands (continuation) and Managing Cisco IOS Configuration 00:01:22
    17. Managing Cisco IOS Configuration 00:02:07
    18. Copy Running Config Startup Config 00:03:07
    19. Copy Running Config Startup Config (continuation) 00:00:42
    20. Difference in the configuration 00:05:16
    21. Erase startup config 00:01:50
    22. TFTP Backup 00:00:42
    23. Managing Cisco IOS Configuration 00:08:38
    24. Storing files in Flash 00:01:27
    25. Terminal Length 00:03:40
  9. Chapter 9 : IP Subnetting (ICND1)
    1. IP Subnetting Part 1 00:14:01
    2. IP Subnetting Part 2 00:09:58
    3. IP Subnetting Part 3 00:08:46
    4. IP Subnetting Part 4 00:10:58
    5. IP Subnetting Part 5 00:08:18
  10. Chapter 10 : Subnetting VLOGs - do you know the answers?
    1. CCNA VLOG #050: CCNA IP addressing and subnetting: Are these hosts on the same subnet 00:08:50
    2. CCNA VLOG #051: CCNA IP addressing and subnetting: Can these hosts ping each other 00:07:33
    3. CCNA VLOG #053: CCNA IP addressing and subnetting: Can these hosts ping each other 00:06:51
    4. CCNA VLOG #079: IP Addressing and IP Subnetting for the CCNA Exam (Part 1). Practical IP Subnetting 00:10:58
    5. CCNA VLOG #080: IP Addressing and IP Subnetting for the CCNA Exam (Part 2). Practical IP Subnetting 00:08:59
    6. CCNA VLOG #081: IP Addressing and IP Subnetting for the CCNA Exam (Part 3). Practical IP Subnetting 00:11:46
    7. CCNA VLOG #083: IP Addressing and IP Subnetting for the CCNA Exam (Part 4). Practical IP Subnetting 00:10:35
  11. Chapter 11 : Cabling and Packet Flows (ICND1)
    1. How does data flow in hubs, switches and routers? 00:06:15
    2. Ethernet history 00:05:20
    3. 10base2, MAC addresses 00:05:30
    4. MAC Addresses, CSMA/CD 00:06:27
    5. Issues with 10base2, Collision domains 00:02:39
    6. Broadcast domains, 10BaseT 00:02:53
    7. Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP), Cross Over Cables 00:06:06
    8. Which cable should you use? Cross over or straight? Auto MDI / MDIX 00:02:34
    9. Cable Categories, Cat 1 to Cat 8 00:06:22
    10. DAC cable, SFPs 00:01:01
    11. Roll Over Cable 00:01:57
    12. How Devices Operate, Hubs 00:04:41
    13. How does a Hub forward traffic? 00:06:10
    14. What is a bridge? 00:04:38
    15. How does a bridge forward traffic? 00:06:22
    16. What is a switch? 00:01:17
    17. How do switches forward traffic? 00:07:16
    18. What is half duplex and full duplex? 00:05:51
    19. What is a router? 00:04:04
    20. How does a router forward traffic? 00:09:44
    21. How is traffic routed between subnets? 00:02:58
    22. Routing between subnets - What are the IP address and MAC address values? 00:03:00
    23. Does a router change the MAC address or IP address? 00:08:36
    24. Summary or routing, MAC addresses and IP addresses 00:09:08
    25. CCNA VLOG #070 Using Ostinato to prove how networks work for the CCNA Exam. Don' 00:07:33
  12. Chapter 12 : GNS3 Switching demos: Unicast, Broadcast, Multicast, MAC address tables (ICND1)
    1. Dynamic MAC Learning 00:07:12
    2. Unicast and Broadcast traffic: Wireshark 00:09:55
    3. Multicast and Unknown Unicast traffic: Wireshark 00:05:58
    4. Summary of traffic demos: Single switch 00:01:16
    5. Two switches 00:05:22
    6. BUM: Broadcast / Unknown Unicast / Multicast traffic 00:06:56
  13. Chapter 13 : ARP Demo (ICND1)
    1. ARP Demo Part 1 00:08:32
    2. ARP Demo Part 2 00:09:10
    3. ARP Demo Part 3 00:04:05
  14. Chapter 14 : GNS3 Hub, Switch, Wireshark (ICND1)
    1. Ethernet Hub, switch and Wireshark captures 00:02:23
    2. Password captures using GNS3 hub and Wireshark 00:03:01
    3. Ethernet Switch and Wireshark captures of 802.1Q frames 00:02:50
  15. Chapter 15 : Duplex and Speed Mismatch Demo (ICND1)
    1. Duplex and Speed Overview 00:02:58
    2. Speed & Duplex Demo: Introduction 00:03:27
    3. Speed & Duplex Demo: Late Collisions 00:06:00
    4. Speed & Duplex Demo: Fix Issue between router and switch 00:04:49
    5. Speed & Duplex Demo: Fix Other Switch Issues 00:08:59
    6. Speed & Duplex Demo; PC and Switch 00:04:41
  16. Chapter 16 : What is a loopback? (ICND1)
    1. What is a loopback? Why is it used? 00:09:08
    2. Another reason to use a loopback – OSPF 00:07:55
  17. Chapter 17 : TCP-UDP (ICND1)
    1. IP Connectionless and Overview 00:10:35
    2. Comparison 00:10:20
    3. TCP Header and Applications 00:09:05
    4. Port Number 00:08:33
    5. TCP 3 Way Handshake 00:10:12
    6. TCP Acknowledgement and Windowing 00:10:07
    7. TCP Seq and Ack 00:12:55
  18. Chapter 18 : DHCP DNS (ICND1)
    1. DHCP Introduction 00:02:43
    2. Cisco Router DHCP Client 00:02:35
    3. DHCP Client options 00:01:40
    4. Remove DHCP 00:03:26
    5. DHCP Theory 00:03:50
    6. DHCP Types 00:04:57
  19. Chapter 19 : Using a Cisco IOS Network Device as a DHCP Server (GNS3) - (ICND1)
    1. GNS3 DHCP Server Part 1 00:07:27
    2. GNS3 DHCP Server Part 2 00:05:32
  20. Chapter 20 : DHCP Troubleshooting
    1. CCNA VLOG #047 DHCP Troubleshooting Scenario 1 - Can you find the issue? 00:09:04
    2. CCNA VLOG #055 DHCP Troubleshooting Scenario 2 - Can you find the issue? 00:07:27
    3. CCNA VLOG #056 DHCP Troubleshooting Scenario 3 - Can you find the issue? 00:07:10
  21. Chapter 21 : VLANs v1 (ICND1)
    1. VLANs Part 1 00:17:54
    2. VLANs Part 2 00:21:57
  22. Chapter 22 : VLANs and 802.1Q Demos (ICND1)
    1. Demo Overview 00:06:36
    2. Demo Part 2: Access Ports 00:09:31
    3. Demo Part 3 – Trunking 00:06:43
    4. Demo Part 4 – Wireshark 00:06:51
    5. Demo Part 5 – Wireshark 00:08:59
    6. Demo: InterVLAN Routing Part 1 00:05:54
    7. InterVLAN Routing Part 2 00:04:39
    8. InterVLAN Routing Part 3 00:01:39
  23. Chapter 23 : GNS3 Campus 1: Overview (ICND1)
    1. GNS3 Topology Overview 00:07:03
    2. IOSvL2 Appliance Import 00:08:07
  24. Chapter 24 : GNS3 Campus 1: Basic Configuration (ICND1)
    1. Switch Hostnames, VTP and VLANs Part 1 00:05:58
    2. Hostnames, VTP, VLANs Part 2 00:09:14
    3. IP addressing and ping testing 00:08:05
  25. Chapter 25 : Dynamic Trunk Protocol - DTP (ICND1)
    1. DTP Theory 00:02:08
    2. DTP GNS3 Demo Part 1 00:07:10
    3. DTP GNS3 Demo Part 2 00:03:38
    4. DTP GNS3 Demo Part 3 00:07:33
  26. Chapter 26 : GNS3 Campus 1: VLANS, trunks, access ports (ICND1)
    1. Static trunk encapsulation and mode 00:05:28
    2. Disable DTP and configure access ports 00:09:06
    3. Ping within a VLAN 00:02:36
    4. Which ports are trunking and which VLANs are permitted? 00:03:24
  27. Chapter 27 : Spanning Tree v2 (ICND1/ICND2)
    1. Spanning Tree Overview 00:02:05
    2. Versions of Spanning Tree 00:04:07
    3. Why is Spanning Tree Required? 00:07:27
    4. BPDUs and Bridge IDs 00:02:38
    5. Demo: STP Root 00:07:37
    6. Root Ports and Designated Ports 00:08:25
    7. Extended Bridge ID 00:04:17
    8. PortFast 00:02:35
    9. Path Cost Part 1 00:01:43
    10. Path Cost Part 2 00:05:30
    11. Path Cost Part 3 00:04:22
    12. PVST versus RPVST Port States 00:08:23
    13. RPVST and PVST Interoperability 00:02:36
    14. 802.1w and 802.1s Overview 00:03:03
    15. 802.1w 00:07:10
    16. Demo: 802.1w 00:07:20
    17. 802.1w Link Types 00:03:07
    18. 802.1w Proposals 00:06:18
    19. 802.1s / MSTP 00:06:23
    20. Spanning Tree Comparison Summary 00:03:35
  28. Chapter 28 : CDP Overview (ICND1)
    1. CDP Introduction 00:09:44
    2. CDP Demo 00:06:17
  29. Chapter 29 : GNS3 Campus 1: CDP and LLDP (ICND1)
    1. CDP Demo: Basic discovery 00:07:28
    2. CDP Demo: Disable globally and per interface 00:06:50
    3. CDP Demo: Command Options 00:04:21
    4. LLDP Demo: Discover Linux Servers 00:06:41
  30. Chapter 30 : Port Security (ICND1)
    1. Port Security Overview 00:03:14
    2. Port Security and security mechanisms 00:01:23
    3. MAC addresses Port Security: Static, Dynamic, Sticky 00:03:11
    4. Port Security Demo Part 1 00:09:03
    5. Port Security Demo Part 2 00:09:19
    6. Port Security Demo: Sticky 00:02:53
    7. Port Security Error disable and auto recovery 00:05:14
  31. Chapter 31 : GNS3 Cisco Etherswitch Service module (Layer 2 switching) (ICND1)
    1. Cisco Etherswitch Service Module Overview 00:01:40
    2. Create topology 00:02:18
    3. Spanning Tree, PCMCIA setup, memory setup 00:06:54
    4. Format Flash and set up VTP 00:02:20
    5. Verify PC Connectivity 00:01:47
    6. Spanning Tree testing 00:02:52
    7. Move PCs to another VLAN 00:04:23
    8. GNS3 Etherswitch Wizard 00:02:07
    9. GNS3 Macros 00:01:07
  32. Chapter 32 : GNS3 Campus 1: Spanning Tree optimization (ICND1/ICND2)
    1. Which ports are blocking? 00:03:59
    2. Spanning Tree blocks core switch ports 00:07:11
    3. CDP & LLDP and STP - what happens? 00:02:40
    4. STP - optimize Core switches 00:10:03
  33. Chapter 33 : CCNA Campus VLOGs ICND1
    1. CCNA VLOG #065: Routed ports, Switchports and SVIs - what and how? 00:12:25
    2. CCNA VLOG #066: How to configure Layer 3 switching and interVLAN routing for the CCNA Exam 00:07:44
    3. CCNA VLOG #067: How to configure Layer 3 switching and interVLAN routing for the CCNA Exam (Part 2) 00:09:14
    4. CCNA VLOG #068: How to configure Layer 3 switching and interVLAN routing for the CCNA Exam (Part 3) 00:07:32
    5. CCNA VLOG #071: Using Ostinato to prove how broadcasts work for the CCNA Exam (Part 1) 00:06:30
    6. CCNA VLOG #072: Using Ostinato to prove how broadcasts work for the CCNA Exam (Part 2) 00:05:06