The Complete Networking Fundamentals Course To Kick-Start Your CCNA Exam Preparation - Part 1

Video Description

Learn about networking and start your journey to CCNA. This guide will get you up-and-running with the basics of networking so you can pass the CCNA exam.

About This Video

  • Learn the basics of the CCNA exam so that you can pass it with ease
  • Explore network fundamentals, build simple LANs, and learn to convert IP addresses to binary and binary to decimal
  • Master networking and crack basic networking exam topics

In Detail

Welcome to the Complete Networking Fundamentals Course to Kick-Start Your CCNA Exam Preparation–Part 1! In this course, you will learn the technologies that keep the world connected and running.

The aim of this course is to help students gain a foundational knowledge of networking and embark on their networking career. The concepts taught in this course can be applied directly to multiple industry certifications, including the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA). The course will help you build simple LANs. You will see how to convert IP addresses to binary and binary to decimal. With this course, you will explore the hexadecimal conversion theory and see practical demonstrations and examples. You will get familiar with the OSI model, its software and hardware layers, and how they interoperate. You will master IPv4 subnetting and also gain access to a subnetting cheat sheet. By the end of the course, you will be able to confidently discuss basic networking topics.

Although this is an introductory course, it contains a lot of information that can be directly applied to multiple industry certifications (including the CCNA certification).

Table of Contents

  1. Chapter 1 : Welcome
    1. Welcome 00:02:17
    2. Code Password 00:00:07
    3. Good news! 00:03:50
    4. Thank you and Menu 00:00:44
  2. Chapter 2 : Basic Networking Terms
    1. Terminology, NIC, Computer Network and Network Protocol 00:04:00
    2. What is a Network Protocol 00:01:36
    3. Home Network and SOHO network 00:03:37
    4. Ping and Traceroute 00:04:23
    5. What is an IP address 00:02:02
    6. Network Categories and Components 00:02:18
    7. Domain Name System (DNS) 00:02:52
    8. IP Addressing and Network Sharing 00:01:47
  3. Chapter 3 : OSI Model
    1. Introduction and Layers 00:06:07
    2. Split of concentration 00:06:27
    3. Application Layer, Presentation Layer and Session Layer 00:06:11
    4. Top layers versus lower layers and Transport Layer 00:05:17
    5. OSI Model Network Layer & Data Link Layer 00:06:25
    6. Layer 1: Physical Layer 00:04:30
    7. Host Communication 00:03:37
    8. Encapsulation 00:02:52
    9. TCP/IP versus OSI model 00:06:12
    10. Demonstration using Wireshark 00:04:34
  4. Chapter 4 : Binary
    1. Binary Introduction 00:04:24
    2. Binary versus Decimal 00:06:03
    3. Examples 00:04:26
    4. Convert IP Addresses to Binary 00:04:48
    5. Convert Binary to Decimal 00:01:44
  5. Chapter 5 : Hexadecimal
    1. Hexadecimal - Demo of MAC addresses and ARP cache 00:05:34
    2. Hexadecimal conversion theory and demos 00:12:49
  6. Chapter 6 : IP Addressing
    1. IP Addressing Overview and Demonstration 00:06:26
    2. IP Characteristics and IPv4 Address Format 00:07:16
    3. Network versus Host portion 00:06:56
    4. IPv4 Address format (Street Analogy) and Address Classes 00:05:57
    5. Class A and B addresses 00:05:01
    6. Class C, D, E, A and B addresses 00:08:54
    7. Special IPv4 Addresses and Directed Broadcast Address 00:05:34
    8. Local Broadcast Address 00:04:27
    9. Local Loopback Address 00:05:00
    10. RFC1918 - Private Addresses 00:04:52
    11. RFC1918 - Class A, B, C and IPv4 Link Local Addresses 00:06:36
    12. Subnet Masks 00:08:23
    13. Subnet mask demonstrations and Discontiguous Network Masks 00:05:09
    14. CIDR Notation Part 1 and Part 2 00:02:56
    15. CIDR Notation Part 3 00:06:59
  7. Chapter 7 : Cisco IOS Software and Initial Device Configuration
    1. Overview and Uses of Cisco IOS Software 00:06:35
    2. Physical connection to the Cisco router 00:02:45
    3. How to connect to a router/switch 00:04:58
    4. Initial Startup 00:08:11
    5. Configuration of the router and Modes - User 00:06:32
    6. Modes - Enable/Privilege, User EXEC, Global Config 00:06:11
    7. Modes - Interface 00:03:45
    8. Modes - Line and Router mode 00:04:47
    9. Help 00:05:28
    10. Commands 00:04:47
    11. Commands (continuation) and Managing Cisco IOS Configuration 00:03:29
    12. Copy Running Config Startup Config 00:03:49
    13. Difference on the configuration 00:05:16
    14. Erase startup config 00:01:50
    15. TFTP Backup 00:00:42
    16. Managing Cisco IOS Configuration 00:08:38
    17. Storing files in Flash and Terminal Length 00:05:07
  8. Chapter 8 : IP Subnetting
    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
  9. Chapter 9 : Subnetting VLOGs - do you know the answers?
    1. CCNA IP addressing and subnetting: Are these hosts on the same subnet? 00:08:50
    2. CCNA IP addressing and subnetting: Can these hosts ping each other? 00:07:33
    3. CCNA IP addressing and subnetting: Can these hosts ping each other? 00:06:51
    4. IP Addressing and IP Subnetting for the CCNA Exam (Part 1). Practical IP S 00:10:58
    5. IP Addressing and IP Subnetting for the CCNA Exam (Part 2). Practical IP S 00:08:59
    6. IP Addressing and IP Subnetting for the CCNA Exam (Part 3). Practical IP S 00:11:46
    7. IP Addressing and IP Subnetting for the CCNA Exam (Part 4). Practical IP S 00:10:35
  10. Chapter 10 : Cabling and Packet Flows
    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 and Collision domains 00:09:05
    5. Broadcast domains, UTP & Cross Over Cables 00:09:00
    6. Which cable should you use and Cable Categories 00:08:56
    7. SFPs, DAC, Roll Over cable and How Devices Operate, Hubs 00:07:39
    8. How does a Hub forward traffic? 00:06:10
    9. What is a bridge? 00:04:38
    10. How does a bridge forward traffic and what is a switch? 00:07:39
    11. How do switches forward traffic? 00:07:16
    12. What is half duplex and full duplex? 00:05:51
    13. What is a router? 00:04:04
    14. How does a router forward traffic? 00:09:44
    15. How is traffic routed between subnets and routing between subnets 00:05:57
    16. Does a router change the MAC address or IP address? 00:08:36
    17. Summary or routing, MAC addresses and IP addresses 00:07:33
  11. Chapter 11 : 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
  12. Chapter 12 : 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
  13. Chapter 13 : GNS3 Hub, Switch, Wireshark (ICND1)
    1. 1- Ethernet Hub, switch and Wireshark captures 00:02:23
    2. 2- Password captures using GNS3 hub and Wireshark 00:03:01
    3. 3- Ethernet Switch and Wireshark captures of 802.1Q frames 00:02:50
  14. Chapter 14 : Duplex and Speed Mismatch Demo (ICND1)
    1. Duplex and Speed Mismatch Demo 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
  15. Chapter 15 : 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
  16. Chapter 16 : TCP UDP
    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
  17. Chapter 17 : DHCP DNS
    1. DHCP Introduction and Cisco Router DHCP Client 00:05:18
    2. DHCP Client options and Remove DHCP 00:05:06
    3. DHCP Theory 00:03:50
    4. DHCP Types 00:04:57
  18. Chapter 18 : 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
  19. Chapter 19 : DHCP Troubleshooting
    1. CCNA VLOG #047 DHCP Troubleshooting Scenario 1 - Can you find the issue? 00:09:04
    2. CCNA VLOG #047 DHCP Troubleshooting Scenario 2 - Can you find the issue? 00:07:27
    3. CCNA VLOG #047 DHCP Troubleshooting Scenario 3 - Can you find the issue? 00:07:10
  20. Chapter 20 : VLANs
    1. VLANs Part 1 00:17:54
    2. VLANs Part 2 00:21:57
  21. Chapter 21 : 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 00:06:18

Product Information

  • Title: The Complete Networking Fundamentals Course To Kick-Start Your CCNA Exam Preparation - Part 1
  • Author(s): David Bombal
  • Release date: August 2019
  • Publisher(s): Packt Publishing
  • ISBN: 9781838558086