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Cisco CCNA / ICND1 (100-105) Complete Course: Sims and GNS3 - Part 2

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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

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. 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 OpenFlow and Software Defined Networking. The course covers the topics in the Cisco ICND1, ICND2 and CCNA exams. 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.

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Table of Contents

  1. Chapter 1 : Routing Introduction (ICND1)
    1. Introduction to IP Routing 00:00:40
    2. Code Password 00:00:05
    3. Overview 00:00:35
    4. Routed vs. Routing Protocols 00:05:56
    5. Routed protocols 00:02:20
    6. Demonstrations 00:03:34
    7. Static Routes and Dynamic Routes 00:06:15
    8. Static vs. Dynamic Routing 00:04:10
    9. Static vs. Dynamic Routing 00:01:08
    10. How do routers determine the best route? 00:03:32
    11. Terms: AS, IGPs, EGPs 00:04:21
    12. Types of Routing Protocols -Distance Vector, Link State 00:08:24
    13. EIGRP - advanced distance vector routing protocol 00:02:09
    14. Administrative Distance Introduction 00:00:46
    15. Administrative Distance values 00:03:11
    16. Additional AD values 00:00:33
    17. How does a router route when told conflicting information? 00:02:29
    18. Classful routing protocols 00:02:52
    19. Auto Summarization 00:02:58
    20. Classless routing protocols 00:01:55
    21. Administrative Distance versus mask length 00:02:31
    22. Administrative Distance and multiple routes with the same mask 00:01:21
    23. Link State Routing Protocols 00:03:33
    24. OSPF Hierarchy - Multiple areas (3:33) 00:03:33
    25. Benefits of link state routing 00:02:48
    26. Drawbacks of link state routing 00:01:39
  2. Chapter 2 : Static Routing (ICND1)
    1. Static Routing 1 00:02:27
    2. Static Routing 2 00:00:30
    3. Static Routing 3 00:03:39
    4. Static Routing 4 00:04:59
    5. Static Routing 5 00:05:00
    6. Static Routing 6: Default Routes 00:08:26
    7. Static Routing 7: Remove Static Routes 00:08:53
    8. Static Routing 8 00:04:59
    9. Static Routing 9 00:02:09
  3. Chapter 3 : IP Default-gateway? (CCNA VLOG)
    1. IP default gateway versus default route? (CCNA VLOG #004) 00:06:14
  4. Chapter 4 : Static routing VLOGs (ICND1)
    1. CCNA VLOG #076: Static and default IP routes for the CCNA Exam (Part 1) 00:09:12
    2. CCNA VLOG #077: Static and default IP routes for the CCNA Exam (Part 2) 00:06:19
    3. CCNA VLOG #078: Administrative Distance and Static routes for the CCNA Exam (Part 3) 00:08:15
  5. Chapter 5 : RIP (ICND1)
    1. RIP Part 1 00:02:04
    2. RIP Part 2 00:06:32
    3. RIP Part 3 00:05:53
    4. RIP Part 4 00:05:03
    5. RIP Part 5 00:05:26
    6. RIP Part 6 00:01:32
  6. Chapter 6 : RIP Troubleshooting (ICND1)
    1. CCNA VLOG #057: RIP Troubleshooting Scenario 1. Can you find the issue? 00:07:38
    2. CCNA VLOG #058: RIP Troubleshooting Scenario 2. Can you find the issue? 00:05:53
    3. CCNA VLOG #059: RIP Troubleshooting Scenario 3: Can you find the issue? 00:10:27
    4. CCNA VLOG #061: Did RIP or something else break the network? Can you find the issue? 00:09:52
  7. Chapter 7 : Router on a stick (ICND1)
    1. Router on a stick overview 00:01:05
    2. Create topology 00:02:21
    3. Router configuration (subinterfaces) 00:03:39
    4. Wireshark capture of 802.1Q frames 00:02:58
  8. Chapter 8 : Administrative Distance and Route lengths
    1. Administrative Distance Part 1 (CCNA VLOG #014) 00:07:12
    2. Administrative Distance Part 2 (CCNA VLOG #016) 00:09:04
    3. Administrative Distance Part 3 (CCNA VLOG #017) 00:06:15
    4. Administrative Distance Part 4 (CCNA VLOG #018) 00:05:32
  9. Chapter 9 : VLSM (ICND1)
    1. VLSM - Part 1 00:16:29
    2. VLSM - Part 2 00:18:01
  10. Chapter 10 : Network Time Protocol (NTP) - ICND1
    1. Why do we need NTP 00:01:32
    2. Demo Issue on Network 00:03:10
    3. NTP Overview 00:01:33
    4. Configure NTP 00:08:37
    5. Points to remember 00:02:39
  11. Chapter 11 : Real world network management (Optional ICND1)
    1. Its not the NETWORK! 00:02:00
    2. Netpath, NPM12 and GNS3 overview 00:00:53
  12. Chapter 12 : Create a GNS3 network and integrate NPM (Optional ICND1)
    1. How to Guide, Topology Overview, Windows 7 VM for NPM and Windows 2012 VHD 00:04:44
    2. NPM Download, Access NPM software and Install and Inititial Login to NPM 00:06:10
    3. Integration of NPM and GNS3, GNS3 VM and Build GNS3 Topology 00:06:31
    4. Configure Routers, Configure Management network and Test IP connectivity 00:07:26
    5. Import GNS3 network into NPM 00:06:59
  13. Chapter 13 : Network Management Fundamentals (ICND1)
    1. Applications covered in course 00:01:13
    2. You need to know SNMP, OID and Performance counter 00:00:16
    3. Two main types of Network Protocol 00:01:13
    4. Query based Network Management Protocols 00:01:33
    5. Event based Network Management Protocols 00:03:38
    6. What are the best practices 00:02:44
    7. Network management Planning 00:04:34
    8. Reporting 00:01:13
    9. Network Overhead 00:03:02
    10. Impact of Network Topology 00:01:48
    11. ACLs and Firewall rules 00:03:11
  14. Chapter 14 : Network Management Protocols (ICND1)
    1. Network Management Protocols, Ping, SNMP and WMI 00:02:21
    2. Ping, SNMP, WMI 00:02:01
    3. Demo Wireshark, NPM and GNS3 00:02:55
    4. Demo: Wireshark, NPM and GNS3 Part 2 00:02:36
    5. Demo: Wireshark, NPM, ICMP and SNMP 00:01:12
    6. Demo; Wireshark and SNMP 00:02:23
  15. Chapter 15 : MIBs OIDs and Performance Counters (ICND1)
    1. Overview and RFCs 00:04:10
    2. Demo MIB Browser 00:00:54
    3. Demo MIB Browser 00:02:43
    4. Performance Counters 00:00:54
  16. Chapter 16 : Syslog (ICND1)
    1. Overview 00:00:39
    2. Demo: Logging levels, monitor, buffer, syslog 00:00:16
    3. Demo Syslog levels and RFC 00:04:56
    4. Demo: Logging levels and lower levels 00:00:27
    5. Demo: Logging levels 00:07:27
    6. Demo: Telnet (monitor and Logging) 00:04:51
    7. Demo: Logging levels and monitor 00:01:13
    8. Demo: Stop logging to console 00:01:57
    9. Demo: Logging Buffer 00:03:48
    10. Demo: KWi Syslog Server 00:05:42
    11. Demo: Syslog levels and facilities 00:01:24
    12. Demo: GNS3 setup with Syslog server 00:01:47
    13. Demo: GNS3 and Syslog 00:04:23
    14. Demo: Timestamps, dates and other options 00:02:57
  17. Chapter 17 : Managing Cisco Devices (ICND1)
    1. Cisco Router Components 00:04:37
    2. Router Components (continued) 00:04:04
    3. Modules 00:01:48
    4. Demo: Router components 00:08:53
    5. Demo: Router Components 00:04:13
    6. Configuration Register Part 1 00:04:33
    7. Configuration Register Part 2 00:04:03
    8. Boot Field and software 00:01:32
    9. Router Boot Process - POST and load of IOS 00:03:27
    10. Boot process 00:02:35
    11. Demo: Bootup without startup config 00:03:57
    12. Image Boot Theory 00:01:31
    13. Boot System Command 00:02:13
    14. Boot Process Theory - Startup Config 00:00:52
    15. IOS Images 00:04:07
    16. Demo: IOS Systems 00:03:16
    17. IOS Naming Conventions 00:03:55
    18. Backup IOS to TFTP Server 00:04:47
    19. Upgrade IOS Theory 00:01:00
    20. Download IOS from Cisco 00:02:10
    21. Flash Space 00:00:32
    22. Demo Upgrade IOS 00:04:21
    23. Password Recovery 00:03:28
    24. Demo: Password Recovery 00:10:30
  18. Chapter 18 : Infrastructure Security (ICND1)
    1. Enable and Secret Passwords 1 00:02:13
    2. Enable and Secret Passwords 2 00:05:15
    3. Enable and Secret Passwords 3 00:04:31
    4. Enable and Secret Passwords 4 00:03:20
    5. Disable Services 00:10:56
    6. Disable CDP 00:04:44
    7. Line console security 00:09:54
    8. Telnet security 00:09:10
    9. Sessions and lines 00:06:41
    10. SSH 00:10:03
    11. Banners – Introduction 00:02:26
    12. Banners – MOTD 00:04:53
    13. Login and Exec Banners 00:05:44
  19. Chapter 19 : Troubleshoot Telnet Issues (ICND1)
    1. Telnet troubleshooting (CCNA VLOG #006) 00:09:08
  20. Chapter 20 : IOS Licensing (ICND1)
    1. Licensing Overview 00:08:17
    2. IOS Feature Sets 00:05:05
    3. License Types 00:08:13
    4. License File 00:05:50
  21. Chapter 21 : ACLS (ICND1)
    1. Access Control Lists (ACLs) introduction 00:15:37
    2. ACL demonstrations, wildcard masks Part 1 00:10:12
    3. ACL demonstrations, wildcard masks Part 2 00:08:02
    4. ACL demonstrations Part 1 00:11:16
    5. ACL demonstrations Part 2 00:07:15
    6. Extended ACL demonstrations 00:16:12
  22. Chapter 22 : Network Address Translation (NAT) - (ICND1)
    1. NAT Part 1 00:00:48
    2. NAT Part 2 00:03:11
    3. NAT Part 3 00:04:26
    4. NAT Part 4 00:02:56
    5. NAT Part 5 00:01:31
    6. NAT Part 6 00:02:41
    7. NAT Part 7 00:07:52
    8. NAT Part 8 00:05:15
    9. NAT Part 9 00:01:33
    10. NAT Part 10 00:01:02
    11. NAT Part 11 00:01:10
    12. NAT Part 12 00:00:57
    13. NAT Part 13 00:00:39
    14. NAT Part 14 00:03:18
    15. NAT Part 15 00:00:50
    16. NAT Part 16 00:07:22
    17. NAT Part 17 00:00:57
    18. NAT Part 18 00:07:59
    19. NAT Part 19 00:04:40
    20. NAT Part 20 00:01:12
    21. NAT Part 21 00:05:29
    22. NAT Part 22 00:07:41
    23. NAT Part 23 00:00:55
    24. NAT Part 24 00:06:45
  23. Chapter 23 : NAT Troubleshooting and VLOGs ICND1
    1. CCNA VLOG #032: Static NAT Part 1 00:10:48
    2. CCNA VLOG #033: Static NAT Part 2 00:04:56
    3. CCNA VLOG #034: NAT Single IP Multiple Servers 00:08:22
    4. CCNA VLOG #035: NAT Troubleshooting 1 - Can you find the issue? CCNA Exam 200-12 00:08:39
    5. CCNA VLOG #036: NAT Troubleshooting 2 - Can you find the issue? CCNA Exam 200-12 00:05:02
    6. CCNA VLOG #038: NAT Troubleshooting 3 - Can you find the issue? CCNA Exam 200-12 00:10:01
    7. CCNA VLOG #040: NAT Troubleshooting 4 - Can you find the issue? CCNA Exam 200-12 00:06:46
    8. CCNA VLOG #046 NAT Troubleshooting Scenario 5 - Can you find the issue? 00:06:41
  24. Chapter 24 : IP phone startup process (ICND1)
    1. IP Phone Startup - Power requirements 00:15:00
    2. Demonstration of Cisco IP Telephony configuration 00:15:33
    3. Demonstration: Voice VLAN Configuration 00:15:57
    4. How does an IP Phone get an IP address and register with a CUCM? 00:23:31
  25. Chapter 25 : GNS3 Campus 1: NAT and Internet access
    1. Configure NAT and test 00:07:55
  26. Chapter 26 : IPv6 (ICND1)
    1. IPv6 Part 1 00:24:45
    2. IPv6 Part 2 00:15:22
    3. IPv6 Part 3 00:23:31
    4. IPv6 Part 4 00:22:55
    5. IPv6 Part 5 00:15:59
  27. Chapter 27 : IPv6 Addressing, routing and troubleshooting ICND1
    1. CCNA VLOG #048: IPv6 static routing using next hop IPv6 address (IPv6 routing Part 1) 00:10:17
    2. CCNA VLOG #049: IPv6 static routing using next hop IPv6 address (IPv6 routing Part 2) 00:05:55
    3. CCNA VLOG #062: Troubleshooting IPv6 networks for the CCNA exam (Part 1) 00:06:05
    4. CCNA VLOG #063: Troubleshooting IPv6 networks for the CCNA exam (Part 2) 00:07:08
    5. CCNA VLOG #064: Troubleshooting IPv6 networks for the CCNA exam (Part 3) 00:04:25
  28. Chapter 28 : Implementing IPv6 addressing on Hosts and Routers (ICND1)
    1. IPv6 addressing and SLAAC Part 1 00:02:07
    2. IPv6 addressing and SLAAC Part 2 00:02:46
    3. IPv6 addressing and SLAAC Part 3 00:01:45
    4. IPv6 addressing and SLAAC Demo 1 00:06:29
    5. IPv6 addressing and SLAAC Demo 2 00:05:12
    6. IPv6 addressing and SLAAC Demo 3 00:01:48
    7. IPv6 addressing and SLAAC Demo 4 00:02:01
    8. IPv6 DHCP Server, Relay Agent and Client Part 1 00:02:42
    9. IPv6 DHCP Server, Relay Agent and Client Part 2 00:05:40
  29. Chapter 29 : DCE DTE - physical routers (ICND1)
    1. Home lab options 00:02:15
    2. DCE DTE Demo Part 1 00:09:51
    3. DCE DTE Demo Part 2 00:04:36
  30. Chapter 30 : Thank You!
    1. Thank you for attending. Your feedback is welcome! 00:00:19