The Complete Networking Fundamentals Course To Kick-Start Your CCNA Exam Preparation - Part 3

Video Description

Discover key networking concepts and level up your CCNA knowledge base. This guide will get you up-and-running so you can pass this higher-level CCNA exam

About This Video

  • Master the routing and NAT part of the CCNA exam
  • Learn how to configure and troubleshoot ACLs (Access Control Lists)
  • Learn security mechanisms and protocols such as 802.1X, RADIUS, and TACACS

In Detail

Welcome to the Complete Networking Fundamentals Course to Kick-Start Your CCNA Exam Preparation–Part 3! In this course, you will master the technologies that keep the world connected and running. This course covers more advanced topics that you need to know to become CCNA-certified. The course will prepare you for Static and Default IP routing. It briefs you about a host of networking protocols such as RIP (Routing Information Protocol) and NTP (Network Time Protocol), and their troubleshooting and simulation. You'll learn how router-on-a-stick works and about other inter-VLAN routing topics. This course is a mix of ICND1 and ICND2 topics with the ICND1 portion covering important subjects such as ACLs, a NAT overview, troubleshooting and simulation, and Cisco CCNA IOS Licensing, to name a few. The ICND2 portion covers DHCP snooping, port security, switch stacking, 802.1x, RADIUS, TACACS, and ACS.

This course covers more advanced CCNA topics and prepares you for static and default IP routing. It briefs you about a host of protocols such as RIP (Routing Information Protocol) and NTP (Network Time Protocol), and their troubleshooting and simulation; you'll master the router-on-a-stick simulation. This course is a mix of ICND1 and ICND2 topics with the ICND1 portion covering important topics such as ACLs, a NAT overview, troubleshooting and simulation, and Cisco CCNA IOS Licensing, to name a few. The ICND2 portion covers DHCP snooping, port security, switch stacking, 802.1x, RADIUS, TACACS, and ACS. By the end of this course, you'll be able to confidently discuss advanced networking topics and to start configuring real networking devices such as routers and switches.

Table of Contents

  1. Chapter 1 : Routing Introduction
    1. Introduction to IP Routing and Routed vs. Routing Protocols 00:07:11
    2. Routed protocols and Demonstrations 00:05:54
    3. Static Routes and Dynamic Routes 00:06:15
    4. Static vs. Dynamic Routing 00:05:19
    5. How do routers determine the best route? 00:03:32
    6. Terms: AS, IGPs, EGPs 00:04:21
    7. Types of Routing Protocols -Distance Vector, Link State 00:08:24
    8. EIGRP - advanced distance vector routing protocol and Administrative Distance 00:06:06
    9. Additional AD values 00:00:33
    10. How does a router route when told conflicting information? 00:02:29
    11. Classful routing protocols 00:02:52
    12. Auto summarization 00:02:58
    13. Classless routing protocols 00:01:55
    14. Administrative Distance versus mask length 00:02:31
    15. Administrative Distance and multiple routes with the same mask 00:01:21
    16. Link State Routing Protocols 00:03:33
    17. OSPF Hierarchy - Multiple areas 00:03:33
    18. Benefits of link state routing and Drawbacks of link state routing 00:04:27
  2. Chapter 2 : Static Routing
    1. Static Routing 1 00:06:35
    2. Static Routing 2 00:04:59
    3. Static Routing 3 00:05:00
    4. Static Routing 4 00:08:26
    5. Static Routing 5 00:08:53
    6. Static Routing 6: Default Routes 00:04:59
    7. Static Routing 7: Remove Static Routes 00:02:09
  3. Chapter 3 : IP Default-gateway (CCNA VLOG)
    1. IP default gateway versus default route? (CCNA VLOG #004) 00:05:46
  4. Chapter 4 : Static routing VLOGs (ICND1)
    1. Static and default IP routes for the CCNA Exam (Part 1) 00:08:35
    2. Static and default IP routes for the CCNA Exam (Part 2) 00:05:57
    3. Administrative Distance and Static routes for the CCNA Exam (Part 3) 00:08:15
  5. Chapter 5 : RIP (ICND1)
    1. RIP 00:26:30
  6. Chapter 6 : RIP Troubleshooting (ICND1)
    1. RIP Troubleshooting Scenario 1. Can you find the issue? 00:07:38
    2. RIP Troubleshooting Scenario 2. Can you find the issue? 00:05:53
    3. RIP Troubleshooting Scenario 3: Can you find the issue? 00:10:27
    4. Did RIP or something else break the network? Can you find the issue? 00:09:52
  7. Chapter 7 : Router on a stick
    1. Router on a stick overview and create topology 00:03:26
    2. Router configuration and Wireshark capture of 802.1Q frames 00:06:37
  8. Chapter 8 : VLSM
    1. VLSM - Part 1 00:16:29
    2. VLSM - Part 2 00:18:01
  9. Chapter 9 : 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
  10. Chapter 10 : GNS3 Campus 1 HSRP
    1. HSRP Overview 00:06:44
    2. Demo: HSRP Configuration: Switch 1 00:06:15
    3. Demo: HSRP Configuration: Switch 2 00:08:23
    4. Demo: Test connectivity to HSRP router 00:02:49
    5. Demo: HSRP failover test 00:06:55
  11. Chapter 11 : Network Time Protocol (NTP)
    1. NTP Overview and Demo: Issue on Network 00:06:15
    2. Configure NTP 00:08:37
    3. Points to remember 00:02:39
  12. Chapter 12 : Port SPAN (Mirroring)
    1. SPAN network overview & Test before SPAN 00:09:36
    2. Configure SPAN and SPAN Ingress Options 00:12:08
    3. SPAN Options and SPAN - Multiple Sessions 00:09:39
  13. Chapter 13 : Syslog
    1. Overview 00:06:18
    2. Demo: Logging levels 00:07:27
    3. Demo: Telnet (monitor) and logging 00:04:51
    4. Demo: Logging levels, monitor, Stop logging to console and Logging Buffer 00:06:57
    5. Demo: Kwi Syslog Server 00:05:42
    6. Demo: Syslog levels, facilities and GNS3 setup with Syslog server 00:03:11
    7. Demo: GNS3 and Syslog 00:04:23
    8. Demo: Timestamps, dates and other options 00:02:57
  14. Chapter 14 : Managing Cisco Devices (ICND1)
    1. Cisco Router Components 00:08:40
    2. Modules 00:01:48
    3. Demo: Router components 00:08:53
    4. Demo: Router Components 00:04:13
    5. Configuration Register 00:08:37
    6. Boot Field and software, Router Boot Process - POST and load of IOS 00:04:58
    7. Boot process and Demo: Bootup without startup config 00:06:32
    8. Image Boot Theory, Boot System Command and Boot Process Theory - Startup Config 00:04:35
    9. IOS Images 00:04:07
    10. Demo: IOS Systems 00:03:16
    11. IOS Naming Conventions 00:03:55
    12. Backup IOS to TFTP Server 00:04:47
    13. Upgrade IOS Theory, Download IOS from Cisco and Demo: Upgrade IOS 00:08:03
    14. Password Recovery 00:03:28
    15. Demo: Password Recovery 00:10:30
  15. Chapter 15 : Infrastructure Security (ICND1)
    1. Enable and Secret Passwords 1 00:07:28
    2. Enable and Secret Passwords 2 00:07:51
    3. Disable Services 00:10:56
    4. Disable CDP 00:04:44
    5. Line console security 00:09:54
    6. Telnet security 00:09:10
    7. Sessions and lines 00:06:41
    8. SSH 00:10:03
    9. Banners - Introduction and MOTD 00:07:18
    10. Login and Exec Banners 00:05:44
  16. Chapter 16 : Troubleshoot Telnet Issues
    1. Telnet troubleshooting (CCNA VLOG #006) 00:09:00
  17. Chapter 17 : 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
  18. Chapter 18 : DHCP Snooping (ICND2)
    1. DHCP Snooping Overview 00:02:58
    2. DHCP Snooping Lab Setup 00:05:18
    3. Wireshark Captures 00:04:48
    4. Man, in the middle attack 00:11:24
    5. Configure and test DHCP Snooping 00:08:44
    6. Trusted, Untrusted and Review 00:05:12
  19. Chapter 19 : Port Security (ICND2)
    1. Port Security and security mechanisms 00:07:48
    2. Port Security Demo Part 1 00:09:03
    3. Port Security Demo Part 2 00:09:19
    4. Port Security Demo: Sticky, Error disable and auto recovery 00:08:07
  20. Chapter 20 : 802.1X, RADIUS, TACACS and ACS (ICND2)
    1. 802.1X Overview 00:04:31
    2. Issues with Local Authentication 00:03:57
    3. RADIUS and TACACS overview 00:02:21
    4. AAA Demo Part 1: Configuration 00:06:16
    5. AAA Demo Part 2 ACS Config and Testing 00:10:38
    6. AAA Demo Part 3: AAA Groups with IOSv 00:09:16
  21. Chapter 21 : Switch Stacking ICND2
    1. Switch Stacking 00:18:36
  22. Chapter 22 : ACLs
    1. Access Control Lists (ACLs) introduction 00:15:37
    2. ACL demonstrations, wildcard masks 00:18:15
    3. ACL demonstrations 00:18:31
    4. Extended ACL demonstrations 00:16:12
  23. Chapter 23 : Network Address Translation (NAT)
    1. NAT Part 1: Overview 00:03:59
    2. NAT Part 2: RFC1918 and NAT Terms 00:07:22
    3. NAT Part 3: Private Addresses and NAT Types 00:04:12
    4. NAT Part 4: Demo: Static NAT 00:07:52
    5. NAT Part 5: Wireshark Captures 00:05:15
    6. NAT Part 6: Show commands, Static NAT: GNS3 Server NAT 00:04:42
    7. NAT Part 7: Dynamic NAT Overview, GNS3 Static and Dynamic NAT Demo 00:04:47
    8. NAT Part 8: Dynamic NAT Configuration and Show Commands 00:08:19
    9. NAT Part 9: NAT Overloading / PAT 00:07:59
    10. NAT Part 10: PAT demo and Show commands 00:05:51
    11. NAT Part 11: Source Address Theory 00:05:29
    12. NAT Part 12: NAT and PAT Theory 00:08:36
    13. NAT Part 13: PAT Demo 00:06:45
  24. Chapter 24 : NAT Troubleshooting and VLOGs ICND1
    1. Static NAT Part 1 00:10:48
    2. Static NAT Part 2 00:04:56
    3. NAT Single IP Multiple Servers 00:08:22
    4. NAT Troubleshooting 1 - Can you find the issue? CCNA Exam 200-12 00:08:39
    5. NAT Troubleshooting 2 - Can you find the issue? CCNA Exam 200-12 00:05:02
    6. NAT Troubleshooting 3 - Can you find the issue? CCNA Exam 200-12 00:10:01
    7. NAT Troubleshooting 4 - Can you find the issue? CCNA Exam 200-12 00:06:46
    8. NAT Troubleshooting Scenario 5 - Can you find the issue? CCNA Exam 00:06:41

Product Information

  • Title: The Complete Networking Fundamentals Course To Kick-Start Your CCNA Exam Preparation - Part 3
  • Author(s): David Bombal
  • Release date: August 2019
  • Publisher(s): Packt Publishing
  • ISBN: 9781839213274