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This Cisco video training course with Jeremy Cioara covers basic networking, including topics such as network components, configuring and managing Cisco devices, troubleshooting, security, and more.
Related area of expertise:
Cisco networking level 1
Basic understanding of computer functions (email, web browser, etc...)
Some background in technology suggested, but not required
Cisco 2600 series router
Cisco 2950 or 3550 (ideal) switch
CCNA Routing and Switching
Related job functions:
[wpspoiler name="Подробное содержание" ] 1. Welcome to ICND1: Cisco Certification and Getting the Most From This Course (00:25:28)
This opening video sets the expectations for the entire CCENT course, as well as reviewing the Cisco certification track. You'll get answers to common certification questions (one exam or two, certification expiration, etc...), hear the most recent updates to the CCNA certification, and learn how to get the most from this course.
2. Cisco Foundations: Network Components, Diagrams, Cables, and Speed (00:41:07)
The core of Cisco network technology begins here! This Nugget moves quickly from the question "What is a network?" all the way through understanding core network devices (switches, routers, wireless access points (WAPs), network speed, and cabling standards.
3. Cisco Foundations: Speaking the Language of the OSI Model (00:47:43)
You can identify and describe nearly all network standards and technology you face using the fundamental OSI model. This Nugget unpacks the definition and functions of the OSI model as Jeremy uses it to practically describe network communication you do every day. We even threw in a little OSI-TCP/IP conspiracy for fun!
4. Cisco Foundations: Basic IP Addressing (00:34:34)
If you want the "essence" of networking, this Nugget explains it all! Join Jeremy as he walks through the meaning behind an IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, and Address Resolution Protocol (ARP). The course wraps up with a hugely valuable walk through end-to-end network communication.
5. Cisco Foundations: Basic IP Addressing - Filling in the Gaps (00:42:00)
While the initial "Basic IP Addressing" Nugget delivered the essence of network communication, there are many details that need to be unpacked! Jeremy designed this Nugget to fill in those gaps by discussing static and dynamic addressing (and a bonus: DHCP Relay), public and private addressing, classes of network addresses, communication types (unicast, multicast, broadcast), and Classful vs. Classless addressing.
6. Cisco Foundations: How Applications Speak - TCP and UDP (00:42:42)
We've moved into the Transport layer of the OSI Model with TCP and UDP communication! In this Nugget, Jeremy adds some GREAT material on using Wireshark, TCP Windowing (also called TCP Sliding Windows), the 3-Way TCP Handshake, and TCP Sequence numbers.
7. Cisco Foundations: How Applications Speak - TCP and UDP, Part 2 (00:26:26)
This Nugget picks up right where the last one left off and discusses common TCP/UDP port numbers you'll want to know. This Nugget also acts as a culmination of the network foundations and finishes with an end-to-end communication scenario.
8. Cisco Foundations: Configuring a Cisco Device - Programs and Console Connections (00:29:57)
Okay - this is the first Nugget where you really get to DO something! By time you complete this Nugget, you will know how to configure an out-of-the-box piece of Cisco gear by using a console connection. In order to do this, you will learn about rollover cables, serial port settings, and terminal emulators (Putty, Tera Term, SecureCRT, Minicom, etc...). And no, CBT Nuggets does not endorse "hit the red button" in your IT room.
9. Switching: Welcome to the World of Switching! (00:33:55)
At the core of every network are LAN-based switches. In this Nugget, you'll walk through the evolution of switching technology, from hubs, to bridges, to switches. You'll also pick up key terms like Collision Domains and Broadcast domains. Finally, Jeremy follows frames through the switch in "The Day in the Life of Switching."
10. Switching: Working with the Cisco IOS (00:38:14)
If this were a Microsoft course, this Nugget would be called "Working with Windows" - yes, that's how important the Internetwork Operating System (IOS) is to Cisco, a self-proclaimed SOFTWARE company rather than hardware! In this Nugget, Jeremy helps familiarize you with the Cisco IOS by illustrating context-sensitive help, basic commands, and the configuration modes. As a bonus, the first 5 minutes of this Nugget explain how to get a job in the Cisco world...while sick!
11. Switching: Base Configuration (00:41:44)
Cisco switches work just like any other switch from the minute you pull them out of the box and plug them in...but if you wanted Cisco switches to work "like any other switch," why would you buy Cisco? In this Nugget, Jeremy walks through the base configuration of a switch including hostname configuration, negating commands, and setting console, telnet, and enable passwords. In addition, Jeremy adds information on understanding the physical cabling, moving from the wall jack to the patch panel to the switch itself.
12. Switching: Base Configuration, Part 2 (00:47:05)
This Nugget picks up right where the last one left off adding a basic understanding of VLANs, configuration of management IP addresses, default gateway, logon banners, and enabling ports. Finally, Jeremy wraps up with the most important step of all: saving your configuration!
13. Switching: Configuring SSH, User Accounts, and Password Encryption (00:42:31)
While the previous "Base Configuration" Nuggets illustrate how to remotely manage your Cisco devices, you absolutely do NOT want to use Telnet as your primary management protocol. This Nugget demonstrates how to enable Secure Shell (SSH) to manage your devices through fully encrypted connections.
14. Switching: Managing Port Security (00:34:28)
YES. We care what plugs into our network! We live in a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) world that introduces a whole slew of security holes in the corporate network environment. In this Nugget, Jeremy shows you how to gain control over this. By time you're done here, you'll understand how to limit how many devices connect to specific switch ports as well as controlling what devices connect to the network.
15. Switching: Cisco Switching - Day to Day (00:33:42)
Network switches typically require more maintenance and support than routers. In this Nugget, Jeremy covers the common trouble areas. By time you're done here, you'll be able to respond to the comment, "The network is slow!", understand key interface counters (such as CRC errors, collisions, and late collisions), and locate devices in the network using a combination of ARP and "show mac address-table" commands.
16. Switching: Understanding VLANs and Trunks (00:25:36)
HUGE TOPIC ALERT!!! Virtual LANs (VLANs) have completely reshaped the networking world over the last decade. Nowadays, it's rare to find a network that does not use VLANs in some form. This Nugget is dedicated to the concept overview - you will understand what VLANs are and how to use them...and yes, we want to know the whole story of Jeremy's cat as well.
17. Switching: Understanding VTP and 802.1q (00:33:05)
Have you ever had a great idea that just turned out REALLY bad? Cisco did. They called it the "VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP)." In this Nugget, Jeremy shows you how this great idea can really help or completely destroy your network in a matter of seconds. You'll also learn about how trunk ports tag packets using the standard 802.1q tagging protocol.
18. Switching: Configuring Trunking, VTP, and VLANs (00:46:41)
It's time to take all the concepts from the last two Nuggets and put them into some VLAN configuration action! In this Nugget, Jeremy walks through the configuration of VLANs on a single switch and then on multiple switches. He even (accidentally) throws in a quick Layer 3 switch configuration!
19. Routing: Understanding Routing Core (00:35:15)
You can now put switching concepts in the box - we've moved on to Cisco Routing! In this Nugget, Jeremy defines what routing is all about, the physical connections routers use, and the basic configuration of a Cisco router.
20. Routing: Practical Routing - Enhancing VLANs (00:38:42)
So you just learned what routing is, right? Let's do it!!! In this Nugget, Jeremy combines the recent concepts of routing and VLANs and shows three options to move data between VLANs: seperate router interfaces, the "router on a stick," and layer 3 switching.
21. Routing: Speaking Binary (00:32:09)
You'll often see true "network nerds" wearing a T-shirt that says, "There are only 10 people who understand binary...those who do and those who don't." After this Nugget, you'll say, "AH! I get it!!!" In this Nugget, Jeremy equips you to gain the foundation skill necessary for everything Subnetting: Decimal to Binary Conversion.
22. Routing: Creating Subnets Based on Network Requirements (00:53:14)
Welcome to subnetting! In this initial subnetting-focused Nugget, Jeremy walks through multiple examples of determining subnets based on network requirements.
23. Routing: Creating Subnets Based on Host Requirements (00:25:36)
The subnetting fun continues! This Nugget walks through multiple examples of determining subnets based on host requirements.
24. Routing: Reverse Engineering Subnet Problems (00:16:08)
This Nugget walks through multiple examples of working subnet problems backwards based on host requirements.
25. Routing: Variable Length Subnet Masking (VLSM) (00:19:06)
It's the final form of subnetting! The good news is this: Variable Length Subnet Masking (VLSM) does not introduce any radically new subnet concepts. Rather, it uses combinations of concepts you already know! By time you're done with the Nugget, you will have seen nearly every subnetting possibility in the current IP protocol.
26. Routing: Implementing Static Routing (00:40:05)
Static Routing is POWERFUL. SO powerful in fact that Cisco bans you from using it on the CCIE certification exam!! Why? Because you can accomplish just about anything with it given the time. Static routing allows you to manually "educate" your router on the network locations it can reach. In this Nugget, Jeremy walks through the concepts and configuration behind static routing.
27. Routing: Routing Protocols Concepts (00:39:45)
Have you ever have something happen to you that was so exciting you had to tell someone about it? That's what routing protocols are all about: Friends telling Friends! In this Nugget, Jeremy breaks down routing protocol concepts like Metric and Administrative distance, the varieties of routing protocols (RIP, IGRP, OSPF, EIGRP, IS-IS, and BGP), and some cool cars.
28. Routing: Understanding and Configuring OSPF (00:49:20)
It's the most popular routing protocol in the world: OSPF!!! In this Nugget, Jeremy walks through the concepts of OSPF (especially understanding the "network" command) and performs a base configuration and verification of the protocol.
29. Routing: Using Access Control Lists (00:24:35)
They're not just for access control! So often, Access Control Lists (ACLs) are misunderstood as a security-only feature; rather, ACLs define the matching system used by EVERY MAJOR FEATURE IN THE CISCO IOS! Sound important? In this Nugget, Jeremy walks through ACL fundamentals, applying ACLs for security, and describes Standard and Extended ACLs.
30. Routing: Configuring and Applying Standard Access Control Lists (00:51:30)
The title says it all! This configuration-focused Nugget walks through three fully explained, practical examples of creating and applying Standard ACLs.
31. Routing: Configuring and Applying Extended Access Control Lists (01:08:55)
Picking up where the last Nugget left off, Jeremy walks through FIVE (yes, you'll want that many) practical examples of creating and applying Extended ACLs. You'll want to carve out a little more time for this Nugget, but we know you'll be happy with the extra explanations!
32. Routing: NAT Concepts (00:27:40)
You'll be hard pressed to find a network in today's world that does not use Network Address Translation (NAT). In this Nugget, Jeremy unpacks the concepts behind Static NAT, Dynamic NAT, and Port Address Translation (PAT or NAT Overload).
33. Routing: NAT Configuration (00:41:51)
With the NAT concepts in place, now it's time for the NAT configuration! In this Nugget, Jeremy walks through the configuration of NAT Overload (or PAT), Dynamic NAT, and Static NAT.
34. Routing: IPv6 Concepts (00:39:03)
IPv6 is a whole new world...and that new world is coming quickly! With the IPv4 address space depleted (sort of), IPv6 is becoming an immediate reality for many organizations. In this Nugget, Jeremy describes the reasons to upgrade to IPv6, the new address format, communication types (unicast, multicast, anycast), and address types (link local, site local, and global).
35. Routing: IPv6 Configuration (00:34:48)
If you're not feeling comfortable with IPv6...watch this Nugget! By time you're done, you'll likely find yourself saying, "Wow - IPv6 really isn't that bad!" In this Nugget, Jeremy glides through the configuration of IPv6 addressing, verification, static routing, and OSPFv3.
36. Cisco Certification - Building a CCNA Lab (00:12:28)
There's no replacing some practical, hands-on experience in your Cisco career. In this Nugget, Jeremy gives his thoughts on building a budget-based home lab with real Cisco equipment and his opinion on the place of GNS3.
37. Cisco Certification - Studying for Cisco Exams (00:07:57)
Cisco certification exams are a nerve-racking experience! In this Nugget, Jeremy gives his best study tips he's compiled from 15 years of taking certification exams.
38. Cisco Certification - My Journey (00:28:20)
One of the most common questions Jeremy gets from students entering the Cisco world is "how do I get started?" In this Nugget, Jeremy lays out his own personal journey into the Cisco realm and gives some tips that might get you going.
39. ICND1 Supplement: Floating Statics, DHCP Services, and CDP (00:34:24)
Think of this as your "bonus" exam supplement covering three key topics: floating static routes, configuring your Cisco device as a DHCP server (and a DHCP relay agent), and using the Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP).
40. ICND1 Supplement: Using Show Commands like a Cisco Ninja (00:12:15)
It's your worst nightmare...you are troubleshooting a Cisco device and need to validate the configuration only to find out the "show run" command no longer works! You jolt awake in a cold sweat. While this would never happen in the real world, you may find yourself here in an exam environment. This Nugget is dedicated to illustrati[/wpspoiler]