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CCNA 2016 200-120 Video Boot Camp With Chris Bryant

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What are the requirements?

No previous network experience is assumed by the instructor.

What am I going to get from this course?

Over 200 lectures and 29 hours of content!

Curriculum

Section 1: Course Preview

Lecture 1

CCNA Video Boot Camp Preview

Preview

01:44

Lecture 2

CCNA Study Guide Vol. 1 and 2 Info

01:39

Lecture 3

How To Download Videos (And 1 Tech Support Note!)

03:04

Section 2: Networking Fundamentals (ICND1)

Lecture 4

Networking Fundamentals And The OSI Model

16:19

Lecture 5

Networking Layer Interaction And More!

09:46

Lecture 6

Fundamentals of Network Troubleshooting and Models

09:37

Lecture 7

The Fight Of The Century: TCP vs UDP

11:55

Lecture 8

More TCP, UDP, and Port Numbers

11:35

Section 3: Ethernet (ICND1)

Lecture 9

Duplexes, Suplexes, and Autonegotiation

16:38

Lecture 10

Cabling Types and Standards

14:55

Lecture 11

Formats and Rollover Cables

06:17

Lecture 12

Bonus Video! “Show Interface Ethernet”

08:42

Section 4: Switching 101 (ICND1)

Lecture 13

Hubs And Repeaters: Why Are We Still Talking About These?

10:00

Lecture 14

The Dawn Of Switching

14:08

Lecture 15

Building A MAC Address Table (The Smart Way)

13:29

Lecture 16

Let The Switch Do The Work: Dynamic MAC Address Table Entries

04:35

Lecture 17

How They Get There: Frame Forwarding Methods

08:43

Lecture 18

The Joy Of VLANs

16:11

Lecture 19

The Cisco Switching Model and Intro To Port Security

11:12

Lecture 20

Port Security Secure MAC Addresses

17:06

Lecture 21

Port Security Sticky MAC Addresses

04:52

Lecture 22

Combining Secure and Sticky MAC Addresses

04:25

Lecture 23

Spanning Tree Protocol Fundamentals

08:00

Lecture 24

What DO Those Lights Mean?

05:40

Lecture 25

Trunking Fundamentals

11:10

Lecture 26

Trunking Labs and Modes

06:38

Lecture 27

Drawing The Line: Allowing and Disallowing VLANs

06:41

Lecture 28

VTP Fundamentals

13:05

Lecture 29

Resetting The Revision Number: What’s The Big Deal?

03:24

Section 5: A Quick WAN Introduction (ICND 1)

Lecture 30

Like I Said, A Quick WAN Introduction

15:55

Section 6: Routing and IP Addressing Fundamentals (ICND 1)

Lecture 31

A First Look At Routing

13:49

Lecture 32

IP Address Range, Classes, and Why We Care

09:39

Lecture 33

Routing Processes and Walkthroughs

15:05

Section 7: Cisco Configs, Memory, and More! (ICND 1)

Lecture 34

“Thanks For The Memories…”

14:20

Lecture 35

You Can’t Read This: Encryption (And Setup Mode)

17:10

Lecture 36

My States Of The Interface Speech

12:56

Lecture 37

Startup and Running Configs and the COPY Command

17:34

Lecture 38

The Config Registry and Real-World Password Recovery

08:24

Section 8: DNS, ARP, and DHCP (ICND 1)

Lecture 39

DNS And ARP

11:58

Lecture 40

Proxy ARP And DHCP Fundamentals

13:15

Lecture 41

DHCP Relay Agents and IP Helper Addresses

07:50

Lecture 42

Using A Cisco Router As A DHCP Server

09:43

Section 9: Passwords, Banners, Telnet, and More! (ICND 1)

Lecture 43

Configuration Mode Review

06:22

Lecture 44

Important Cisco Router Defaults and the Console Port Password

11:58

Lecture 45

Enable Secret vs. Enable Password

06:47

Lecture 46

Telnet Fundamentals and Lab

08:40

Lecture 47

SSH Lab

06:38

Lecture 48

More Telnet Lab and “Priv Level 15”

16:12

Lecture 49

Banner Labs

08:44

Lecture 50

Logging Synchronous, Exec Timeout, And A History Lesson

09:35

Lecture 51

A Little More Telnet

12:35

Lecture 52

A Voyage Of (Cisco) Discovery

09:27

Section 10: Static Routing And A Little DV (ICND 1)

Lecture 53

Static Routing Fundamentals

13:14

Lecture 54

Static Routing Lab And IP Debugs

14:24

Lecture 55

More Static Routing With A Side Order Of DV Protocols

19:26

Section 11: OSPF And Link-State Protocols (ICND 1)

Lecture 56

Wildcard Masks

05:56

Lecture 57

Link State Protocol Fundamentals

13:54

Lecture 58

OSPF Debugging, Troubleshooting Adjacencies Lab 1

09:30

Lecture 59

More Troubleshooting, Plus Hello And Dead Timers

07:45

Lecture 60

The Process ID

10:38

Lecture 61

Show IP OSPF Interface Details and the OSPF RID

14:55

Lecture 62

The Default-Information Originate Command (And Options!)

06:27

Lecture 63

The When, Why, And Where Game: Passive Interfaces

10:22

Section 12: ACLs and NTP (ICND 1)

Lecture 64

Wildcard Mask Refresher

05:56

Lecture 65

Standard And Extended ACLs

10:25

Lecture 66

Standard ACL Lab

12:30

Lecture 67

More Standard ACL Lab — Blocking Pings

02:42

Lecture 68

“Is That A Remark?” Plus — The Order Of The Lines

09:42

Lecture 69

Extended ACLs

11:44

Lecture 70

Named ACLs

07:02

Lecture 71

Where Should You Put Your ACLs?

11:04

Lecture 72

Standard and Extended ACL Lab, Part The First

10:33

Lecture 73

Standard and Extended ACL Lab Continues

04:00

Lecture 74

Blocking Pings: Lab and Real-World Networking Tips

13:21

Lecture 75

Dynamic and Time-Based ACLs

10:13

Lecture 76

Network Time Protocol Discussion and Labs

10:25

Lecture 77

Using ACL Sequence Numbers

09:09

Section 13: Route Summarization (ICND 1)

Lecture 78

Route Summarization Discussion

12:39

Lecture 79

Route Summarization Lab

06:03

Section 14: NAT ‘n PAT — Network Address Translation (ICND 1)

Lecture 80

NAT Fundamentals

09:07

Lecture 81

Static NAT And Extended Pings

06:58

Lecture 82

Dynamic NAT And Troubleshooting

13:21

Lecture 83

Port Address Translation Lab

04:50

Section 15: IP Version 6 (ICND 1)

Lecture 84

Intro to IPv6, Zero Compression, and Leading Zero Compression

13:24

Lecture 85

Global Routing Prefixes And The IANA

11:01

Lecture 86

Global Unicast Addressing and Verification Commands

08:14

Lecture 87

Link-Local Addresses and Interface Identifiers

09:55

Lecture 88

Link-Local Address and Interface ID Lab

04:26

Lecture 89

The EUI-64 Process

06:26

Lecture 90

Neighbors and Routers, Solicitations and Advertisements

09:12

Lecture 91

DHCPv6 Stateful Auroconfiguration and Relay Agents

06:01

Lecture 92

Stateless Autoconfiguration and DHCPv6

05:30

Lecture 93

Ping and Traceroute in IPv6

11:28

Lecture 94

Static and Default Static Routing in IPv6

09:37

Lecture 95

OSPFv3 and v2 Comparison

05:33

Lecture 96

OSPF v3 Adjacency Lab

04:10

Lecture 97

OSPF v3 Show Commands Demo

06:08

Lecture 98

Unique Local Unicast Addresses

05:52

Lecture 99

Subnet Router Anycast Addresses

03:34

Lecture 100

Wrapup For IPV6…. For Now!

01:33

Section 16: Router On A Stick And L3 Switching (ICND 1)

Lecture 101

ROAS Theory And Setup

11:07

Lecture 102

ROAS Lab

06:45

Lecture 103

ROAS Troubleshooting

04:30

Lecture 104

L3 Switching And SVI Lab

13:10

Lecture 105

Final Notes On Multilayer Switching

01:42

Section 17: Binary, Subnetting, VLSM, and Hex (ICND 1 And 2)

Lecture 106

Binary And Subnetting Intro

02:43

Lecture 107

Binary To Decimal, Decimal To Binary

07:38

Lecture 108

“How Many Valid Subnets?” Discussion

09:40

Lecture 109

“How Many Valid Subnets?” Practice Session

07:56

Lecture 110

“How Many Valid Host Addresses?” Discussion And Practice Session

08:33

Lecture 111

“What Subnet Is This IP Address On?” Discussion

07:24

Lecture 112

“What Subnet Is This IP Address On?” Practice Session

08:49

Lecture 113

Subnet Broadcast Address and Valid IP Address Range Discussion

08:23

Lecture 114

Subnet Broadcast Address and Valid IP Address Range Practice Session

12:01

Lecture 115

Let’s Go Subnetting! Session 1

06:20

Lecture 116

Let’s Go Subnetting! Session 2

03:18

Lecture 117

VLSM Lab: Part 1

05:03

Lecture 118

VLSM Lab: Part 2

05:14

Lecture 119

VLSM Lab: Part 3

04:57

Lecture 120

VLSM 4

02:45

Section 18: More Switching! (ICND 2)

Lecture 121

STP Overview

08:43

Lecture 122

Root Bridge Election Discussion

10:38

Lecture 123

Root Bridge Walkthrough

06:47

Lecture 124

Three-Switch Lab

09:59

Lecture 125

Root Port Speed Discussion

06:02

Lecture 126

Root Port Speed Lab

10:25

Lecture 127

Overthrowing The Root Bridge!

08:14

Lecture 128

STP Timers and PortFast

11:11

Lecture 129

PVST Load Balancing Discussion and Lab

09:01

Lecture 130

Etherchannel Discussion

04:12

Lecture 131

Etherchannel Lab

13:17

Lecture 132

Etherchannel Wrapup

03:49

Lecture 133

BPDU Guard Theory And Lab

05:08

Lecture 134

Switchport Switcheroo!

04:35

Section 19: Wide Area Networks (ICND 2)

Lecture 135

HDLC and PPP Fundamentals

12:39

Lecture 136

PPP And CHAP — Getting It Right!

06:25

Lecture 137

PPP And CHAP — Getting It Wrong (And Troubleshooting It!)

05:16

Lecture 138

PPP And CHAP — More Troubleshooting and Debugging!

07:08

Lecture 139

PPP And PAP

13:39

Lecture 140

Frame Relay Fundamentals

10:49

Lecture 141

Local Management Interface Lab

09:32

Lecture 142

Inverse ARP and DLCIs

07:08

Lecture 143

Frame Relay Config Over Hub-and-Spoke Network

09:10

Lecture 144

The Broadcast Option

06:38

Lecture 145

Frame Relay And Subinterfaces Discussion

06:41

Lecture 146

Split Horizon Visual

02:03

Lecture 147

Frame Relay And Subinterfaces Lab

06:31

Lecture 148

FECNs And BECNs

08:23

Lecture 149

Physical Stuff

08:30

Section 20: First-Hop Redundancy Protocols (ICND 2)

Lecture 150

HSRP Discussion

05:57

Lecture 151

HSRP Lab

10:26

Lecture 152

HSRP Load Balancing and Troubleshooting

09:30

Lecture 153

VRRP and GLBP Fundamentals

12:42

Lecture 154

GLBP Lab

11:24

Lecture 155

GLBP Lab Continues

07:20

Section 21: VPNs (ICND 2)

Lecture 156

VPN Fundamentals

07:18

Lecture 157

AH and ESP

12:13

Lecture 158

Building A GRE Tunnel

04:24

Section 22: OSPF (ICND 2)

Lecture 159

Wildcard Mask Refresher

05:56

Lecture 160

Fundamentals Of OSPF

12:20

Lecture 161

A Quick IPv6 Note

01:50

Lecture 162

OSPF Adjacencies and Masks

08:36

Lecture 163

OSPF TImers And Adjacency Debugs

17:35

Lecture 164

Areas, DRs, and BDRs

11:15

Lecture 165

OSPF NBMA Configuration Begins!

13:41

Lecture 166

The Network Grows!

09:10

Lecture 167

The RID Rules

09:06

Lecture 168

What Else Can Go Wrong? These Things….

08:57

Lecture 169

I Love L(S)A

05:01

Lecture 170

Default Info Originate w/ Side Of Stub

09:28

Lecture 171

Changing The Costs

11:23

Lecture 172

Passive Interfaces

04:30

Lecture 173

Point-to-Point Pointer

05:18

Lecture 174

Does This Need Troubleshooting?

05:50

Lecture 175

Bonus Video: Route Redistribution and OSPF Router Types

04:18

Section 23: EIGRP (ICND 2)

Lecture 176

EIGRP Fundamentals

07:40

Lecture 177

Quick EIGRP V6 Message

01:50

Lecture 178

Successors and Feasible Successors

07:14

Lecture 179

Successor and Feasible Successor Walkthroughs

08:47

Lecture 180

EIGRP On A Hub-and-Spoke Network

11:01

Lecture 181

The EIGRP Network Grows!

09:44

Lecture 182

Unequal-Cost Load Balancing: Why, When, and How

07:55

Lecture 183

Bonus Variance Lab!

06:11

Lecture 184

Autosummarization

05:43

Lecture 185

Hello and Hold Timers

09:07

Lecture 186

The Bandwidth Command And EIGRP

08:52

Lecture 187

Route Metrics

03:39

Lecture 188

The EIGRP RID

06:39

Lecture 189

EIGRP And Split Horizon

01:16

Section 24: This n’ That

Lecture 190

SNMP Discussion

09:59

Lecture 191

A Quick Look Under SNMP’s Hood

04:10

Lecture 192

Syslog and Timestamps

12:33

Lecture 193

NetFlooooooow

07:08

Lecture 194

A Little Licensing

11:39

Section 25: More IPV6! (ICND 2)

Lecture 195

EIGRP For IPV6

09:46

Lecture 196

EIGRP For IPV4 And IPV6: Similarities and Differences

04:32

Lecture 197

An Old EIGRP Friend Leaves Town

00:46

Lecture 198

OSPF IPv6 Refresher And Lab

10:08

Lecture 199

OSPF v2 And v3: Similarities and Differences

08:21

Lecture 200

Bonus Video! OSPF v3 Route Redistribution

04:41

 

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