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Cisco CCNA 200-301 Bootcamp

Top-Rated Course to Help You Master Cisco Networking to the CCNA Level & Beyond

By Neil Anderson | in Online Courses

If you want to jumpstart your career in IT and networking by acing the Cisco Certified Network Associate CCNA exam, then this course is for you! It gives you a full understanding of all the concepts and topics you need to earn the most in-demand networking certification today bypassing the Cisco CCNA 200-301 exam. You'll get hands-on lab exercises with detailed answers to check your understanding of every step of the way and build your configuration and troubleshooting skills. Full diagrams and lab setup files are also included so you can get started immediately with just your laptop. No equipment or previous experience is required.

17,870 positive ratings from 51,532 students enrolled

  • Access 305 lectures & 37 hours of content 24/7
  • Explore how routing & switching technologies work in real world environments
  • Gain hands-on Cisco CCNA configuration & troubleshooting experience through practice labs
  • Develop skills to work on enterprise production networks
  • Get what you need to pass the up-to-date Cisco CCNA 200-301 exam

"Very thorough, covering all the material in an easy to digest, very well laid out, logical format. Better than most other CCNA training I've seen." – Fred Sheehan

Neil Anderson | Building Your Cloud & Data Center Career

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168,559 Total Students
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For the last 9 years, Neil's focus has been the delivery of technical training and development of course content for large enterprise and service provider customers such as NetApp, Cisco, Verizon, and IBM. He trains the engineers who design and implement the largest Cloud and Data Center deployments throughout the Asia Pacific region and the rest of the world.

Neil also provides consultancy to clients and mentoring for the systems engineers in the company he works for. Prior to focusing on training, he worked in the field for over 10 years in a variety of systems and network engineering and IT management roles.

Specialties:
  • NetApp Storage
  • isco CCIE #17108
  • Cloud Computing
  • Data Center
  • VMware Virtualization
  • CISSP Security
  • PRINCE2 Project Management
  • ITIL Certified

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web & mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Updates included
  • Experience level required: beginner

Requirements

  • Basic computer knowledge

Course Outline

  • 01. Welcome
    • Introduction - 1:07
    • How to Make the Most of This Course - 5:53
    • The Study Plan - 4:32
    • Recommended Practice Exams - 6:50
    • Why Passing the Cisco CCNA is Going to Turbo Charge Your Career - 3:46
  • 02. How to Set Up the Lab
    • How to Set Up the Lab Introduction - 0:41
    • Cisco Packet Tracer Installation - 6:39
    • Packet Tracer Installation Notes and FAQ
  • 03. Host to Host Communications
    • Host to Host Communications Intro - 0:57
    • A (Very) Basic Introduction to Networking - 5:44
    • Open Systems Interconnection OSI Model Overview - 9:25
    • The TCPIP Stack (Transmission Control Protocol Internet Protocol) - 5:11
    • The Upper OSI Layers - 3:23
    • The Lower OSI Layers - 5:06
  • 04. The Cisco IOS Operating System
    • The IOS Operating System Intro - 1:17
    • Cisco Operating Systems - 5:08
    • Initial Connection to a Cisco Device - 10:35
    • Navigating the Cisco IOS Operating System Part 1 - 10:17
    • Navigating the Cisco IOS Operating System Part 2 - 10:31
    • IOS Configuration Management - 9:05
    • The IOS Operating System - Lab Exercises
  • 05. OSI Layer 4 - The Transport Layer
    • OSI Layer 4 - The Transport Layer Intro - 0:41
    • The Transport Layer Header, TCP and UDP - 12:30
  • 06. OSI Layer 3 - The Network Layer
    • OSI Layer 3 - The Network Layer Intro - 0:48
    • The IP Header - 8:48
    • Unicast, Broadcast and Multicast Traffic - 4:17
    • Converting from Decimal to Binary - 9:04
    • IPv4 Addresses - 8:03
    • Calculating an IPv4 Address in Binary - 8:22
    • The Subnet Mask - 10:38
    • Slash Notation - 4:01
  • 07. IP Address Classes
    • IP Address Classes Intro - 0:33
    • Class A IP Addresses - 11:31
    • IP Address Classes B and C - 4:29
    • IP Address Classes D and E - 8:25
  • 08. Subnetting
    • Subnetting Intro - 0:53
    • CIDR Classless Inter-Domain Routing - 5:46
    • Subnetting Overview - 9:52
    • Subnetting Class C Networks and VLSM - 11:25
    • Subnetting Practice Question - 7:56
    • VLSM Example Part 1 - 10:01
    • VLSM Example Part 2 - 7:48
    • Subnetting Large Networks Part 1 - 11:30
    • Subnetting Large Networks Part 2 - 7:58
    • Subnetting on the 4th Octet - Written Example
    • Subnetting on the 3rd Octet - Written Example
    • Private IP Addresses Part 1 - 10:47
    • Private IP Addresses Part 2 - 9:07
    • Where to Get More Subnetting Practice - 3:05
    • Additional Subnetting Practice Sites
  • 09. OSI Layer 2 - The Data-Link Layer
    • OSI Layer 2 - The Data-Link Layer Intro - 0:47
    • Local Area Network Layer 2 - Ethernet - 10:19
  • 10. OSI Layer 1 - The Physical Layer
    • OSI Layer 1 - The Physical Layer Intro - 0:36
    • Ethernet Connection Media - 12:56
  • 11. Cisco Device Functions
    • Cisco Device Functions Intro - 1:01
    • Switches vs Hubs - 4:57
    • Switch Operation - 7:52
    • Routers - 5:58
    • Other Cisco Devices - 3:48
    • Cisco Device Functions - Lab Exercises
  • 12. The Life of a Packet
    • The Life of a Packet Intro - 1:22
    • DNS The Domain Name System - 5:47
    • DNS on Cisco Routers - 7:01
    • ARP Address Resolution Protocol - 7:42
    • ARP for Routed Traffic - 8:57
    • The Life of a Packet Example Part 1 - DNS - 16:29
    • The Life of a Packet Example Part 2 - HTTP - 9:44
    • The Life of a Packet - Lab Exercises
  • 13. The Cisco Troubleshooting Methodology
    • The Cisco Troubleshooting Methodology Intro - 0:44
    • The Cisco Troubleshooting Methodology - 10:17
    • The Cisco Troubleshooting Methodology Lab Example - 7:21
    • The Cisco Troubleshooting Methodology - Lab Exercises
  • 14. Cisco Router and Switch Basics
    • Cisco Router and Switch Basics Intro - 0:46
    • Basic Router and Switch Configuration - 12:41
    • The Setup Wizard - 8:00
    • Speed and Duplex Settings - 7:48
    • CDP and LLDP - 9:11
    • Basic Layer 1 and 2 Troubleshooting - 7:52
    • Basic Layer 1 and 2 Troubleshooting Lab Demo - 9:02
    • Cisco Router and Switch Basics - Lab Exercises
  • 15. Cisco Device Management
    • Cisco Device Management Intro - 1:05
    • The Boot Up Process - 6:57
    • The Boot Up Process Lab Demo - 7:57
    • Factory Reset and Password Recovery - 9:17
    • Password Recovery Lab Demo - 8:32
    • Backing up the System Image and Configuration - 8:23
    • Upgrading IOS - 5:06
    • Cisco Device Management - Lab Exercises
  • 16. Routing Fundamentals
    • Routing Fundamentals Intro - 0:58
    • Connected and Local Routes - 6:29
    • Connected and Local Routes Lab Demo - 6:24
    • Static Routes - 6:12
    • Static Routes Lab Demo - 10:04
    • Summarisation and Default Routes - 9:50
    • Summary Routes and Longest Prefix Match Lab Demo - 12:19
    • Default Routes and Load Balancing Lab Demo - 11:39
    • Routing Fundamentals - Lab Exercises
  • 17. Dynamic Routing Protocols
    • Dynamic Routing Protocols Introduction - 1:38
    • Dynamic Routing Protocols vs Static Routes - 10:06
    • Dynamic Routing Protocols Lab Demo - 7:18
    • Routing Protocol Types - 7:04
    • Routing Protocol Types Lab Demo - 6:52
    • Routing Protocol Metrics - 14:58
    • Routing Protocol Metrics Lab Demo - 15:01
    • Equal Cost Multi Path - 4:23
    • Equal Cost Multi Path Lab Demo - 10:58
    • Administrative Distance - 10:07
    • Administrative Distance Lab Demo - 8:25
    • Loopback Interfaces - 8:53
    • Adjacencies and Passive Interfaces - 7:12
    • Adjacencies and Passive Interfaces Lab Demo - 6:37
    • Dynamic Routing Protocols - Lab Exercises
  • 18. Connectivity Troubleshooting
    • Connectivity Troubleshooting Introduction - 0:38
    • Basic Connectivity Troubleshooting - 13:17
    • Connectivity Troubleshooting - Lab Exercises
  • 19. IGP Interior Gateway Protocol Fundamentals
    • IGP Introduction - 1:04
    • RIP Routing Information Protocol - 13:08
    • RIP Lab Demo - 14:04
    • EIGRP - Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol - 14:43
    • EIGRP Lab Demo - 6:20
    • IGP Fundamentals Configuration - Lab Exercises
  • 20. OSPF - Open Shortest Path First
    • OSPF Introduction - 1:09
    • OSPF Characteristics - 6:09
    • OSPF Basic Configuration - 11:10
    • OSPF Basic Configuration Lab Demo - 4:39
    • OSPF Advanced Topics - 7:15
    • OSPF Advanced Topics Lab Demo - 7:18
    • Bandwidth vs Clock Rate and Speed - 5:11
    • OSPF Cost Metric - 9:29
    • OSPF Cost Metric Lab Demo - 7:59
    • OSPF Adjacencies - 17:16
    • OSPF DR and BDR Designated Routers - 10:36
    • OSPF DR and BDR Lab Demo - 13:12
    • OSPF Areas - 14:18
    • OSPF Areas Lab Demo - 11:10
    • OSPF Configuration - Lab Exercises
  • 21. VLANs Virtual Local Area Networks
    • VLANs Introduction - 1:01
    • Campus LAN Design - Core, Distribution and Access Layers - 8:08
    • Spine-Leaf Network Design - 5:24
    • Why we have VLANs - 9:51
    • VLAN Access Ports - 6:56
    • VLAN Access Ports Lab Demo - 8:21
    • VLAN Trunk Ports - 15:46
    • VLAN Trunk Ports Lab Demo - 13:28
    • DTP Dynamic Trunking Protocol - 5:36
    • VTP VLAN Trunking Protocol - 7:45
    • VTP Lab Demo - 10:21
    • VLAN Lab Exercises
  • 22. Inter-VLAN Routing
    • Inter-VLAN Routing Introduction - 1:11
    • Router with Separate Interfaces - 11:40
    • Router on a Stick - 11:33
    • Layer 3 Switch - 8:10
    • Layer 3 Switch Lab Demo - 9:23
    • VLAN and Inter-VLAN Routing Configuration - Lab Exercises
  • 23. DHCP - Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
    • DHCP Introduction - 0:59
    • DHCP Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol - 6:31
    • Cisco DHCP Server - 6:49
    • External DHCP Server - 5:16
    • Cisco DHCP Client - 5:02
    • Windows, Mac and Linux client IP settings - 7:24
    • DHCP Configuration - Lab Exercises
  • 24. HSRP - Hot Standby Router Protocol
    • HSRP Introduction - 2:00
    • Network Redundancy - 8:50
    • FHRP First Hop Redundancy Protocols - 7:09
    • HSRP Hot Standby Router Protocol - 9:12
    • HSRP Advanced Topics - 7:37
    • HSRP Configuration - Lab Exercises
  • 25. STP - Spanning Tree Protocol
    • Spanning Tree Protocol Introduction - 1:38
    • Layer 3 Path Selection and Loop Prevention Review - 11:30
    • Why we have the Spanning Tree Protocol - 12:42
    • Spanning Tree Terminology - The Bridge - 3:20
    • How Spanning Tree Works - 20:23
    • Spanning Tree Versions - 7:53
    • Verification - show spanning-tree - 11:11
    • Verification - show mac address-table - 5:23
    • Manipulating the Root Bridge Election - 7:02
    • Spanning Tree and HSRP Alignment - 6:56
    • Portfast, BPDU Guard and Root Guard - 6:47
    • STP Troubleshooting - Lab Exercises
    • STP Configuration - Lab Exercises
  • 26. EtherChannel
    • EtherChannel Introduction - 1:21
    • Why we have EtherChannel - 8:38
    • EtherChannel Load Balancing - 4:39
    • EtherChannel Protocols and Configuration - 10:21
    • EtherChannel Lab Demo - 12:59
    • StackWise, VSS and vPC - 8:17
    • Layer 3 EtherChannel - 6:29
    • EtherChannel Configuration - Lab Exercises
  • 27. Switch Security
    • Switch Security Introduction - 1:07
    • DHCP Snooping - 5:35
    • DAI Dynamic ARP Inspection - 8:01
    • 802.1X Identity Based Networking - 3:13
    • Preventing Unauthorised Devices with Port Security - 11:00
    • Preventing Unauthorised Devices with Port Security Lab Demo - 8:09
    • Locking Ports to Hosts with Port Security - 6:08
    • Locking Ports to Hosts with Port Security Lab Demo - 10:40
    • Switch Security Configuration - Lab Exercises
  • 28. ACLs - Access Control Lists
    • Access Control Lists Introduction - 4:11
    • Access Control Lists Overview - 4:29
    • Standard, Extended and Named ACLs - 10:42
    • ACL Syntax - 10:11
    • ACL Operations - 15:20
    • Numbered ACLs Lab Demo - 14:03
    • Named ACLs Lab Demo - 10:23
    • ACL Configuration - Lab Exercises
  • 29. NAT - Network Address Translation
    • Network Address Translation Introduction - 2:14
    • IPv4 Address Exhaustion and NAT - 8:04
    • Static NAT - 6:48
    • NAT Translations - Inside Local, Inside Global, Outside Local, Outside Global - 9:37
    • Static NAT Lab Demo - 8:21
    • Dynamic NAT - 9:18
    • Dynamic NAT Lab Demo - 7:49
    • PAT Port Address Translation - 14:21
    • PAT Port Address Translation Lab Demo - 6:57
    • NAT Configuration - Lab Exercises
  • 30. IPv6 Addressing and Routing
    • IPv6 Addressing and Routing Introduction - 1:29
    • Why We Need IPv6 - 10:28
    • The IPv6 Address Format - 7:56
    • IPv6 Global Unicast Addresses - 9:49
    • IPv6 Global Unicast Addresses Lab Demo - 7:35
    • EUI-64 Addresses - 8:49
    • Unique Local and Link Local Addresses - 10:57
    • Link Local Addresses Lab Demo - 6:46
    • SLAAC Stateless Address AutoConfiguration - 10:02
    • IPv6 Static Routes - 13:36
    • IPv6 Static Routes Lab Demo - 17:44
    • IPv6 Addressing and Routing Configuration - Lab Exercises
  • 31. WAN - Wide Area Networks
    • WAN Introduction - 1:08
    • WAN Overview - 4:51
    • VPN Virtual Private Networks - 9:36
    • WAN Connectivity Options - 11:37
    • Leased Lines - 10:17
    • MPLS Multi Protocol Label Switching - 12:05
    • PPPoE Point to Point Protocol over Ethernet - 3:47
    • WAN Topology Options - 6:21
  • 32. The Security Threat Landscape
    • The Security Threat Landscape Introduction - 0:52
    • The Security Threat Landscape - 13:42
    • Common Attacks - 18:16
    • Firewalls and IDS/IPs - 9:53
    • Firewalls vs Packet Filters - 13:53
    • Cryptography - 12:39
    • TLS Transport Layer Security - 13:35
    • Site-to-Site VPN Virtual Private Networks - 15:31
    • Remote Access VPN Virtual Private Networks - 5:16
    • Threat Defense Solutions - 17:10
  • 33. Cisco Device Security
    • Cisco Device Security Introduction - 1:25
    • Line Level Security - 13:53
    • Privileged Exec and Password Encryption - 4:32
    • Line Level Security Lab Demo - 9:34
    • Usernames and Privilege Levels - 11:20
    • SSH Secure Shell - 4:47
    • SSH Secure Shell Lab Demo - 5:32
    • AAA Authentication, Authorization and Accounting - 12:10
    • AAA Configuration - 8:38
    • Global Security Best Practices - 9:48
    • Global Security Best Practices Lab Demo - 5:01
    • Cisco Device Security Configuration - Lab Exercises
  • 34. Network Device Management
    • Network Device Management Introduction - 0:25
    • Syslog - 15:05
    • Terminal Monitor and Logging Synchronous - 6:10
    • Syslog Lab Demo - 6:10
    • SNMP Simple Network Management Protocol - 9:19
    • SNMP Lab Demo - 3:57
    • SNMPv3 Configuration - 10:06
    • SNMPv3 Lab Demo - 7:05
    • Syslog vs SNMP - 5:39
    • Network Device Management - Lab Exercises
  • 35. QoS Quality of Service
    • QoS Introduction - 1:24
    • QoS Overview - 19:08
    • Classification and Marking - 14:22
    • Congestion Management - 10:51
    • Policing and Shaping - 12:45
  • 36. Cloud Computing
    • Cloud Computing Introduction - 1:28
    • Traditional IT Deployment Models - 6:10
    • Defining Cloud Computing - 6:55
    • Cloud Computing Case Study - 13:38
    • Server Virtualization - 13:08
    • Virtualizing Network Devices - 14:09
    • Cloud Service Models - 10:32
    • Cloud Deployment Models - 10:57
    • Cloud Computing Advantages - 8:31
  • 37. Wireless Networking Fundamentals
    • Wireless Fundamentals Introduction - 1:08
    • Wireless Network Types - 7:03
    • Infrastructure Mode and Wireless Access Points - 6:18
    • Wireless LAN Controllers and CAPWAP - 14:05
    • Switch Configuration for Wireless Networks - 9:58
    • Wireless Channels and Radio Frequencies - 12:44
    • Wireless Security - 6:21
    • Switch Configuration for Wireless - Lab Demo - 15:20
    • Wireless Network Configuration - Lab Demo - 20:07
    • Wireless Networking Fundamentals - Lab Exercises
  • 38. Network Automation and Programmability
    • Network Automation and Programmability Introduction - 2:50
    • The Benefits of Network Automation and Programmability - 11:34
    • Python, Git, GitHub and CI-CD - 6:04
    • Data Serialization Formats - XML, JSON and YAML - 13:57
    • APIs - CRUD, REST and SOAP - 12:42
    • Model Driven Programmability - YANG, NETCONF, RESTCONF and gRPC - 11:05
    • Lab Demo - Testing APIs with Postman - 12:16
    • Configuration Management Tools - Ansible, Puppet and Chef - 7:48
    • Lab Demo - Ansible Network Automation - 17:03
    • SDN Software Defined Networking - 9:33
    • Software Defined Architecture - Cisco DNA Center - 19:50
    • Software Defined Architecture - Cisco SD-Access - 10:23
    • Software Defined Architecture - Cisco SD-WAN - 12:27
    • Further Automation Learning Resources - 3:18

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New Cisco CCNA (200-301) Volume 1: The Complete Course

All the Main Topics Discussed in Volume 1 of the New CCNA Cisco Press Book

By Lazaro Diaz | in Online Courses

The NEW 2020 CCNA certification allows you to take one exam that encompasses a multitude of subjects, instead of several exams for all subjects. CCNA 200-301 is the new industry standard networking certification for network administrators, support engineers, and data center operations. Now, this course will help you understand all 29 chapters of the new exam. Instructor Lazaro Diaz teaches the concepts in a way that won't overwhelm you with tons of information but instead will help you absorb the knowledge in an easy and relaxed manner.

New course with 4.2/5 stars on Udemy: ★ ★ ★ ★

  • Access 48 lectures & 12 hours of content 24/7
  • Master Cisco CCNA 200-301 exam topics
  • Understand networking fundamentals
  • Learn about implementing Ethernet LANs, VLANs, & STP
  • Know IPv4 addressing & routing, OSPF, IPv6, and wireless LANs

Lazaro Diaz | Network Engineer, Cisco & Microsoft Instructor

4.3/5 Instructor Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★

Whether you are interested in the CCNA R/S, the CCENT, ICND2, the CCNP, or you just want to understand the key topics of these certifications, taking one or all of Lazaro Diaz's courses, will get you a lot closer to that goal. Lazaro hosts a variety of courses covering not just Cisco, but also CompTIA and Microsoft. In 2017 he hopes to complete his second book based on all the Routing Protocols in 2017. His first book, "The Only IP Book You Will Ever Need!" is available on Amazon.

Laz is notorious for his nonchalant and unconventional way of teaching and has quickly become an authority when it comes to the CCNA certification. Not to mention his achievement in being instrumental in getting his students certified.

110,949 Total Students
16,753 Reviews

Important Details

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web & mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Updates included
  • Experience level required: all levels

Requirements

  • Basic understanding of networking
  • Volume 1 of the new CCNA book
  • Simulator or emulator (i.e.,Cisco Packet Tracer, VIRL, GNS3, live equipment, etc.)

Course Outline

  • Introduction to the NEW Cisco CCNA (200-301) Volume 1 Course
    • S1L1 Intro to Course - 6:44
  • Introduction to TCP/IP Networking
    • S2L2 OSI, TCP IP and Cisco 3 Layer Model - 15:04
    • S2L3 TCP IP Headers and Port Numbers - 9:31
    • S2L4 DNS Resolution and URI's - 13:00
  • Fundamentals of Ethernet LANs
    • S3L5 Overview of Ethernet LANs - 13:33
    • S3L6 Building a LAN using UTP Cabling - 23:21
    • S3L7 Building a LAN using Fiber Cabling - 13:57
    • S3L8 Sending Data in Ethernet Networks - 21:54
  • Fundamentals of WAN and IP Routing
    • S4L9 WAN Networks - 29:17
    • S4L10 IP Routing Process - 16:22
    • S4L11 Using DNS Hostname - 22:28
  • Navigating the CLI
    • S5L12 Accessing the Switch CLI - 19:15
    • S5L13 LAN Switching Concepts - 24:38
    • S5L14 Switch MAC Address - 28:42
  • Configuring Basic Switch Management
    • S6L15 What I like to call House Keeping - 6:35
    • S6L16 Basic Housekeeping - 26:20
    • S6L17 Setting IPv4 Addresses on L2 Switches - 23:13
  • Implementing VLANs
    • S7L18 VLAN Concepts - 16:25
    • S7L19 Using VLANs - 19:55
    • S7L20 Voice VLAN - 15:52
  • STP Concepts
    • S8L21 STP vs. RSTP - 14:36
    • S8L22 STP VS. RSTP Lab - 15:30
  • EtherChannel Configuration
    • S9L23 EtherChannel - 6:09
    • S9L24 EtherChannel Lab - 10:09
  • IPv4 Subnetting
    • S11L27 IPv4 Subnetting - 10:44
    • S11L28 IPv4 Subnetting LAB - 11:44
  • IPv4 Route Summarization
    • S12L29 IPv4 Route Summarization - 7:30
    • S12L30 IPv4 Route Summarization LAB - 14:57
  • IPv4 VLSM
    • S13L31 IPv4 VLSM - 7:10
    • S13L32 IPv4 VLSM LAB - 15:27
  • Configuring IPv4 on Routers
    • S14L33 Conversions - 13:21
    • S14L34 Operating Cisco Routers - 12:47
  • Default Routing
    • S15L36 Configuring Default Routes - 9:21
    • S15L35 Full Blown Housekeeping - 15:38
  • Static Routing
    • S16L37 Configuring Static Routes - 20:48
    • S16L38 Floating Static Routes - 13:41
  • Inter-VLAN Routing
    • S17L39 Router on a Stick - 21:27
    • S17L40 Using SVI Routing Layer 3 Switch - 12:16
  • Dynamic Routing
    • S18L41 Basics of RIPv2 - 11:41
    • S18L42 Basics of EIGRP - 11:57
    • S18L43 OSPF Routing - 13:20
    • S18L44 Single Area OSPF - 15:54
    • S18L45 Multiple Area OSPF - 16:48
    • S18L46 OSPF DR BDR - 8:02
    • S18L47 OSPF DR BDR Lab - 15:26
  • Wireless LANs
    • S19L48 WLAN Antenna Characteristics - 20:25
    • S19L49 Wireless Authentication Protocols - 17:15
    • S19L50 Wireless Controller Lab - 32:02

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Cisco CCNP T-Shoot (300-135): The Complete Course

Get On Course to Earn Your Cisco CCNP Routing & Switching Certification

By Lazaro Diaz | in Online Courses

This course is one of three essential courses needed to pass in order to attain the most coveted CCNP Routing & Switching certification. The CCNP is Cisco's professional-level certification and should be the next logical step for those wanting to advance their networking career within Cisco. This course will cover everything necessary to prepare to pass the CCNP T-Shoot (300-135) portion of Cisco's certification exam.

4.1/5 stars from 1,444 students enrolled: ★ ★ ★ ★

  • Access 84 lectures & 12 hours of content 24/7
  • Acquire a better understanding of the CCNP T-Shoot requirements
  • Learn the why & how of applying the topics covered to real-world environments
  • Be prepared to pass the CCNP T-Shoot exam

"The courses teach what you need, not only to pass the exam but also to teach the real-world network issues and how to get through technical interview questions." – Kelvin Whitfield

Lazaro Diaz | Network Engineer, Cisco & Microsoft Instructor

4.3/5 Instructor Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★

Whether you are interested in the CCNA R/S, the CCENT, ICND2, the CCNP, or you just want to understand the key topics of these certifications, taking one or all of Lazaro Diaz's courses, will get you a lot closer to that goal. Lazaro hosts a variety of courses covering not just Cisco, but also CompTIA and Microsoft. In 2017 he hopes to complete his second book based on all the Routing Protocols in 2017. His first book, "The Only IP Book You Will Ever Need!" is available on Amazon.

Laz is notorious for his nonchalant and unconventional way of teaching and has quickly become an authority when it comes to the CCNA certification. Not to mention his achievement in being instrumental in getting his students certified.

110,949 Total Students
16,753 Reviews

Important Details

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web & mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Updates included
  • Experience level required: intermediate

Requirements

  • Any device with basic specifications

Course Outline

  • Introduction to the CCNP T-Shoot Course
    • Introduction to CCNP T-Shoot Course - 7:47
  • Introduction to Troubleshooting
    • Introduction to Troubleshooting Section - 2:54
    • Introduction to Troubleshooting - 2:48
    • Defining Troubleshooting - 11:57
    • The Value of Structured Troubleshooting - 7:18
    • The Structured Approach method - 8:09
    • Popular methods in Troubleshooting - 8:01
    • Network Maintenance - 16:07
    • Common Maintenance Procedures - 17:11
    • Summary of Section - 3:54
  • Introduction to Troubleshooting Maintenance
    • intro to T-shooting and Maintenance - 8:35
    • network maintenance toolkit - 29:39
    • Collecting Info using Cisco IOS - 15:19
    • Using tools to Document your network - 6:12
    • Summary of Section - 4:12
  • Troubleshooting Switch and Router Performance
    • Intro to Device Performance Section - 2:07
    • Switch Performance Issues - 17:12
    • More Troubleshooting with switches - 11:04
    • Router Performance Issues - 16:43
    • Summary of Section - 4:13
  • Troubleshooting Layer 2
    • introduction to section - 1:31
    • Frame Forward process - 5:57
    • Encapsulation Mismatch - 23:39
    • Incompatible Trunking Modes - 5:50
    • Multiple Issues with Vlans - 10:09
    • Summary of Section - 2:45
  • The Spanning Tree Protocol
    • Introduction to Section - 2:53
    • STP Overview - 30:28
    • Collecting Information - 12:08
    • STP Features - 14:23
    • Troubleshooting EtherChannel - 21:34
    • Summary of Section - 2:25
  • Troubleshooting Inter-VLAN and SVI's
    • Introduction to Section - 1:59
    • Troubleshooting Router on a Stick - 11:47
    • Troubleshooting Routed Ports - 8:55
    • Switched Virtual Interface - 12:27
    • Layer 3 Etherchannel - 8:12
    • Summary of Section - 1:38
  • Troubleshooting Port Security
    • Intro to Section - 1:50
    • Troubleshooting Port Security - 15:05
    • Troubleshooting Spoof Prevention - 9:16
    • Troubleshooting Access Control - 8:57
    • Summary of Section - 1:55
  • Redundancy Protocols
    • Introduction to FHRP - 2:05
    • Troubleshooting HSRP Lab - 22:51
    • Troubleshooting VRRP - 7:14
    • Troubleshooting GLBP - 6:35
    • comparing HSRP, VRRP + GLBP - 5:56
    • Summary of Section - 4:17
  • Troubleshooting IPv4 Addressing and DHCP
    • Introduction to Section - 1:26
    • Troubleshooting IPv4 Addressing - 6:17
    • DHCP for IPv4 - 5:41
    • Troubleshooting NAT - 11:12
    • Summary of Section - 2:16
  • Troubleshooting IPv6 and Address Assignments
    • Introduction to Section - 1:19
    • Troubleshooting IPv6 - 8:44
    • IPv6 Address Assignments - 5:38
    • Summary of Section - 1:53
  • Troubleshooting IPv4 and IPv6 ACLs
    • Introduction to Section - 1:19
    • Troubleshooting IPv4 ACLs - 10:27
    • Troubleshooting IPv6 ACL - 6:55
    • Troubleshooting Prefix List - 4:17
    • Summary of Section - 2:04
  • Troubleshooting Static Routes and GRE Tunnels
    • Introduction to Section - 0:37
    • Packet Forwarding Process - 4:18
    • Troubleshooting Router Information Source - 6:12
    • Troubleshooting Static Routes - 18:28
    • Troubleshooting GRE Tunnels - 12:35
    • Summary of Section - 1:04
  • Troubleshooting RIPv2 and RIPng
    • INTRODUCTION TO SECTION - 1:12
    • Troubleshooting RIPv2 - 30:46
    • Troubleshooting RIPng - 14:36
    • Summary of Section - 2:32
  • Troubleshooting EIGRP for IPv4 and IPv6
    • Introduction to Section - 1:58
    • EIGRP For IPv4 - 25:15
    • EIGRP for IPv6 - 8:13
    • Troubleshooting Named EIGRP - 9:14
    • Summary of Section - 3:41
  • Troubleshooting OSPFv2 and OSPFv3
    • introduction to Section - 1:11
    • Troubleshooting OSPFv2 - 17:59
    • OSPFv3 for IPv6 - 15:19
    • OSPFv3 Address Families - 8:08
    • Summary of Section - 4:07
  • Summary of Course
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Cisco New CCNA R/S (200-125): The Complete Course

Everything You Need to Prepare For & Pass Cisco's New CCNA R/S 200-125 Certification Exam

By Lazaro Diaz | in Online Courses

Whether you're a novice or just need a refresher, this course has everything you need to prepare for and pass the Cisco 200-125 certification. You'll acquire the knowledge and work on practice labs in this course to transfer to real-world use as a Cisco or IT Professional. Whether you are interested in the CCNA R/S, the CCENT, ICND2, the CCNP, or you just want to understand the key topics of this certification, taking one or all of Lazaro Diaz's courses will get you a lot closer to that goal.

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  • Access 149 lectures & 20 hours of content 24/7
  • Gain an in-depth understanding of networking, using routers & switches, and their various configurations & connections
  • Learn how to configure default, static, & dynamic routing
  • Comprehend how to manipulate each of the routing protocol attributes to meet network requirements
  • Prepare yourself in Layer 2 technology & its various configurations
  • Secure routers through the use of Access-list & configure different types of NAT

"The information was definitely spot on, it gave me an opportunity to relearn a lot of the course as it's been a while since I have played on any type of network system." – William Carroll

Lazaro Diaz | Network Engineer, Cisco & Microsoft Instructor

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Whether you are interested in the CCNA R/S, the CCENT, ICND2, the CCNP, or you just want to understand the key topics of these certifications, taking one or all of Lazaro Diaz's courses, will get you a lot closer to that goal. Lazaro hosts a variety of courses covering not just Cisco, but also CompTIA and Microsoft. In 2017 he hopes to complete his second book based on all the Routing Protocols in 2017. His first book, "The Only IP Book You Will Ever Need!" is available on Amazon.

Laz is notorious for his nonchalant and unconventional way of teaching and has quickly become an authority when it comes to the CCNA certification. Not to mention his achievement in being instrumental in getting his students certified.

110,949 Total Students
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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
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  • Certification of completion included
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Requirements

  • Basic knowledge of networking
  • CCNA R/S study guide book
  • Simulators like Cisco Packet Tracer, GNS3 & VIRL (not included)

Course Outline

  • Introduction to the CCNA 200-125 Composite Certification
    • S1L1 CCNA 200-125 Inroduction to the course - 6:32
  • Introduction to TCP/IP Networking
    • S2L2 Introduction to TCP:IP Networking - 4:02
    • S2L3 Perspectives on Networking - 8:47
    • S2L4 The Application Layer of the TCP:IP Model - 3:09
    • S2L5 the Transport Layer of the TCP:IP Model - 4:55
    • S2L6 The Network Layer of the TCP:IP Model - 3:21
    • S2L7 The Link and Physical Layer of the TCP:IP Model - 2:39
    • S2L8 Summary of Section - 3:43
  • The Breakdown to the OSI Model
    • S3L9 The OSI Model - 2:17
    • S3L10 Comparing the OSI and TCP:IP Model - 4:56
    • S3L11 OSI Layers and their functions - 7:58
    • S3L12 OSI Layering Concepts and Benefits - 3:49
    • S3L13 Summary of Section 3 - 1:45
  • A look at the Cisco Models
    • S4L14 Cisco 3 Layer Model - 3:25
    • S4L15 Cisco Collapsed Architecture - 2:37
    • S4L16 Summary of Section 4 - 2:21
  • An Introduction to Ethernet LANs
    • S5L17 an Overview of LAN's - 3:34
    • S5L18 Small Office Home Office LAN - 9:44
    • S5L19 Common Enterprise LAN - 11:36
    • S5L20 Ethernet Cabling Standards - 8:17
    • S5L21 Summary of Section 5 - 2:50
  • Nodes used on Ethernet LANs
    • S6L22 Devices used on an Ethernet Network - 6:32
    • S6L23 Summary of Section 6 - 3:48
  • Introduction to IPv4 Addressing
    • S7L24 Introduction to IPv4 Addressing - 10:08
    • S7L25 Format and Classes of an IPv4 Address - 11:10
    • S7L26 Classes and private IP Addressing - 11:14
    • S7L27 Summary of Section 7 - 2:50
  • Class-Full Subnetting in IPv4
    • S8L28 Class-Full Subnetting in IPv4 - 15:35
    • S8L29 Subnetting a Class "C" Address - 4:53
    • S8L30 Subnetting a Class "B" Address - 4:00
    • S8L31 Subnetting a Class "A" Address - 5:14
    • S8L32 Summary of Section 8 - 1:21
  • VLSM
    • S9L33 VLSM - 2:43
    • S9L34 VLSM Breakdown - 11:41
    • S9L35 Creating a VLSM Network - 3:09
    • S9L36 Summary of Section 9 - 2:09
  • Route Summarization
    • S10L37 Route Summarization - 2:51
    • S10L38 Summarization Breakdown - 5:46
    • S10L39 Assigning the Summary Address - 8:04
    • S10L40 Summary of Section 10 - 1:26
  • Configuration within the CLI
    • S11L41 Introduction to Cisco's CLI - 2:27
    • S11L42 Navigation of the CLI - 11:25
    • S11L43 Cisco Router Components - 6:12
    • S11L44 Router Boot Sequence - 5:17
    • S11L45 password Recovery Procedure - 11:31
    • S11L46 Router Administrative Commands - 18:25
    • S11L47 Router interface Commands - 9:28
    • S11L48 Summary of Section 11 - 4:36
  • All About Routing
    • S12L49 Routing Packets in your network - 9:24
    • S12L50 Default Routing - 11:51
    • S12L51 Static Routing - 10:23
    • S12L52 Dynamic Routing - 2:54
    • S12L53 Configuring RIPv2 - 11:41
    • S12L54 Passive Interface - 1:47
    • S12L55 Configuring the Passive-Interface - 7:29
    • S12L56 RIPv2 Default Routes - 1:44
    • S12L57 Configuring RIPv2 Default Routes - 7:34
    • S12L58 Summary of Section 12 - 3:32
  • The EIGRP Routing Protocol
    • S13L59 The EIGRP Routing Protocol - 19:40
    • Basic Configuration of EIGRP - 8:43
    • The EIGRP Topology Table - 6:16
    • Successor and Feasible Successor Routes - 12:42
    • The EIGRP Neighbor Table - 4:10
    • Wildcards to Configure EIGRP - 8:28
    • Tweaking the Bandwidth in EIGRP - 8:25
    • Load Balancing with EIGRP - 5:31
    • Summary of Section 13 - 5:32
  • All About OSPF
    • All About OSPF - 12:45
    • OSPF Basic Lab - 7:24
    • Designated and Backup Router Lab - 20:40
    • Multi Area OSPF Lab - 12:51
    • OSPF Authentication Lab - 9:29
    • Summary of Section 14 - 2:52
  • All About Switching
    • LAN Switching - 5:24
    • Common Command on a Switch - 13:11
    • The Spanning Tree Protocol - 5:00
    • STP Election Process - 13:36
    • Manipulation of STP - 6:55
    • Summary of Section 15 - 3:15
  • All About VLAN's
    • Using Vlans in Our Network - 4:01
    • VLAN Configuration - 12:00
    • Using the Virtual Trunking Protocol - 7:46
    • Trunking Ports on L2 Switches - 10:22
    • Securing Ports on a Switch - 9:45
    • Summary of Section 16 - 2:24
  • Welcome to Inter-Vlan Routing and EtherChannel
    • Inter-VLAN Routing - 12:04
    • Ether-Channel - 2:16
    • EtherChannel Configuration - 16:22
    • Summary of Section 17 - 2:31
  • Welcome to IPv6
    • The Ins and Outs of IPv6 - 19:05
    • Assigning IPv6 Addresses to an Interface - 12:11
    • Static Routing In IPv6 - 8:36
    • RIPng Configuration - 7:20
    • EIGRPv6 Configuration - 9:57
    • OSPFv3 Configuration - 9:31
    • Dual Stack Routing - 10:36
    • Subnetting in IPv6 - 7:47
    • Summary of Section - 2:43
  • Welcome to Access-List
    • Unraveling Access-List - 7:35
    • Standard ACL Configuration - 7:30
    • Standard ACL's for Telnet - 8:38
    • Extended ACL Configuration - 12:49
    • Named ACL Configuration - 6:12
    • Remark Command in an ACL - 7:14
    • Summary of Section 19 - 1:48
  • Welcome to NAT
    • Network Address Translation (NAT) - 7:25
    • Configuring Nat Overload - 8:54
    • Summary of Section 20 - 2:47
  • Welcome to Wide Area Network (WAN)
    • Welcome to WAN - 17:34
    • Configuring PPP - 20:40
    • Configuring Frame-Relay - 19:27
    • Configuring GRE Tunnels - 7:50
    • Radius Lab - 15:14
    • TACACS+ Lab - 12:32
    • IPSLA Lab - 21:35
    • Summary of Section - 3:59
  • Welcome to MPLS
    • Welcome to MPLS - 12:08
    • The Basics of MPLS - 22:04
    • MPLS VPN Layer 2 - 22:49
    • MPLS VPN Layer 3 - 13:40
    • Summary of Section - 3:23
  • Welcome to BGP
    • Introduction to BGP - 7:35
    • Comparison eBGP VS iBGP Lab - 14:07
    • Minimal eBGP - 8:31
    • Summary of Section - 2:23
  • Welcome to HSRP
    • Introduction to HSRP - 20:38
    • HSRP Lab - 13:33
    • Summary of Section - 1:23
  • Welcome to DMVPN
    • Intro to DMVPN - 7:32
    • DMVPN Lab - 13:23
    • VPN - 3:43
    • Summary of Section - 2:05
  • IP Services
    • Introduction to IP Services - 11:07
    • SNMP LAB - 12:16
    • Summary of Section - 4:26
  • Managing a Cisco Internetwork
    • Configuring DHCP - 11:30
    • DHCP Relay Agent - 15:34
    • Verifying DHCP on a Cisco IOS - 5:55
    • Network Time Protocol (NTP) - 17:00
    • Resolving Hostnames - 10:48
    • Summary of Section - 3:26
  • Evolution of Intelligent Network
    • Introduction to Evolution of Intelligent Network - 7:44
    • API's - 9:33
    • Cisco APIC-EM - 6:20
    • Summary of Section - 5:50
  • Licensing
    • Licensing a Cisco Router - 6:03
    • Licensing Lab - 8:37
    • Summary of Section - 2:52
  • Summary of Course
    • S26 Summary of Course - 12:46

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Cisco EIGRP Comprehensive Labs Course

Configure EIGRP for Real-World & Certification Purposes

By Lazaro Diaz | in Online Courses

If you are planning on working on networks, this course is for you. In this course, students will learn advanced knowledge of EIGRP for real-world and certification purposes. EIGRP is a hybrid-distance-vector routing protocol used on a computer network for automating routing decisions and configuration. You'll practice EIGRP with several comprehensive labs that are included to help drill down the knowledge necessary for a work environment. It will also help you prepare for the CCNA and/or CCENT (ICND1) or ICND2 certification exams.

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  • Access 10 lectures & 3 hours of content 24/7
  • Learn basic EIGRP
  • Explore advanced EIGRP configurations
  • Cover redistribution of EIGRP

Lazaro Diaz | Network Engineer, Cisco & Microsoft Instructor

4.3/5 Instructor Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★

Whether you are interested in the CCNA R/S, the CCENT, ICND2, the CCNP, or you just want to understand the key topics of these certifications, taking one or all of Lazaro Diaz's courses, will get you a lot closer to that goal. Lazaro hosts a variety of courses covering not just Cisco, but also CompTIA and Microsoft. In 2017 he hopes to complete his second book based on all the Routing Protocols in 2017. His first book, "The Only IP Book You Will Ever Need!" is available on Amazon.

Laz is notorious for his nonchalant and unconventional way of teaching and has quickly become an authority when it comes to the CCNA certification. Not to mention his achievement in being instrumental in getting his students certified.

110,949 Total Students
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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web & mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Updates included
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Requirements

  • Basic networking knowledge
  • Simulator/emulator (not included)

Course Outline

  • Introduction to the EIGRP Course
    • The Cisco EIGRP Comprehensive Labs Course - 1:42
  • Basic EIGRP
    • Configuring the Basics EIGRP - 16:41
    • Configuring EIGRP for IPv6 - 21:01
    • Configuring a Dual Stack using EIGRP - 28:53
  • Advanced EIGRP Configurations
    • Load Balancing using the Variance Command - 23:46
    • Manipulating Bandwidth within EIGRP - 23:49
    • Configure EIGRP using Wildcard Mask - 8:43
  • Redistribution of EIGRP
    • Redistribute EIGRP between different Autonomous Systems - 25:36
    • Redistribute EIGRP into OSPF - 22:52
    • Redistributing EIGRP into RIP - 10:53

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MPLS Fundamentals: Cisco CCNP & Real World

Learn What the MPLS Protocol Can Do for Your Network

By Lazaro Diaz | in Online Courses

In this course, you'll cover all the fundamentals of MPLS. You'll understand why MPLS was implemented, the terminology used in an MPLS environment, the configurations used in MPLS, and concentrating on using Layer 3 VPNs. Using the hands-on lab, you'll get up to speed with routing and networking with an MPLS system.

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  • Access 24 lectures & 4 hours of content 24/7
  • Discuss the LDP protocol
  • Configure multiple IGP routing protocols along w/ BGP to get information across a network
  • Create multiple types of VPNs
  • Create provider edge routers, customer edge routers, & more
  • Learn how to create VRFs

"This course is a good overview of MPLS in the real world. It is short enough to learn what you need to know to get started with MPLS and focuses on configuration and labs." – Michael Rotella

Lazaro Diaz | Network Engineer, Cisco & Microsoft Instructor

4.3/5 Instructor Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★

Whether you are interested in the CCNA R/S, the CCENT, ICND2, the CCNP, or you just want to understand the key topics of these certifications, taking one or all of Lazaro Diaz's courses, will get you a lot closer to that goal. Lazaro hosts a variety of courses covering not just Cisco, but also CompTIA and Microsoft. In 2017 he hopes to complete his second book based on all the Routing Protocols in 2017. His first book, "The Only IP Book You Will Ever Need!" is available on Amazon.

Laz is notorious for his nonchalant and unconventional way of teaching and has quickly become an authority when it comes to the CCNA certification. Not to mention his achievement in being instrumental in getting his students certified.

110,949 Total Students
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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web & mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Updates included
  • Experience level required: all levels

Requirements

  • Basic understanding of networking specifically in the WAN domain

Course Outline

  • Introducing the Multiple Protocol Label Switching Protocol
    • Introduction to MPLS - 7:25
    • The Birth of MPLS - 3:46
    • MPLS Terminology - 16:06
    • MPLS Snapshot Lab - 4:04
    • MPLS Summary of Section - 2:01
  • MPLS Labels and Configurations
    • Introduction to MPLS LDP - 2:46
    • The MPLS Label - 11:03
    • Actual Configuration of Warmup Lab - 20:17
    • Actual Lab for Penultimate Hop Pop - 28:22
    • Summary of Section - 1:55
  • Advanced Configurations for MPLS
    • Introduction to Advanced Lab Section - 2:43
    • Intro Advanced Lab ISIS MPLS - 25:25
    • Advanced Lab VRF - 25:29
    • Advanced Lab BGP Config Backbone - 27:28
    • Summary of Section - 1:55
  • Provider Edge to Customer Edge Communication
    • Introduction of PE to CE communications - 1:31
    • PE to CE Using BGP ACTUAL - 10:13
    • PE to CE Using RIPV2 ACTUAL - 11:43
    • PE to CE communication using EIGRP ACTUAL - 9:31
    • SUMMARY OF PE TO CE COMMUNICATION SECTION - 3:29
  • Traffic Engineering & how the Concept Works
    • Introduction to the Concepts of Traffic Engineering - 4:10
    • Traffic Engineering Configuration - 18:50
    • Summary of The Traffic Engineering Section - 3:38
  • Summary of Course
    • Summary of Course! - 6:07

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Cisco CCNP Enterprise ( ENARSI + ENCOR ) Training

Learn Routing at Professional Level & Ace the CCNP Enterprise Certification Exams

By Networkel Inc. | in Online Courses

CCNP Enterprise training includes advanced routing, switching, troubleshooting, security, and SDN that will help you in preparing for the CCNP Enterprise certification exam. This course covers all two exams of CCNP Enterprise: ENARSI - Cisco Enterprise Advanced Routing and Services (300-401) and ENCOR - Cisco Enterprise Network Core Technologies (350-401). The included educational training videos are supported with step-by-step configuration and troubleshooting examples so you can easily understand topics, get hands-on experience and you can be a network professional!

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  • Access 87 lectures & 11 hours of content 24/7
  • Get hands on experience for Cisco routers & switches
  • Learn Cisco IOS tricks
  • Learn troubleshooting techniques for Cisco routers & switches
  • Get ready for lab questions in CCNA & CCNP exams

"It was a practical training with helpful examples for the advanced level configuration of Cisco devices." – Theodor Scott

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Networkel provides online high quality IT course that is informative, meaningful, and engaging. Students can watch the e-learning videos from any location and any device such as PC, tablet, or phone. The main goal of the site is to help students getting certified by industry leaders such as Cisco, Microsoft, etc. Trainings are given by quality instructors who are professional in their jobs.

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  • Experience level required: advanced

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  • Basic networking knowledge (at least CCNA level)


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