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  1. Pluralsight - Entity Framework 4.1 - Code First English | Duration: 1h 58m | WMV3 | 1024x768 | 15fps 122kbps | WMA 128kbps | 237MB Genre: eLearning Welcome to Pluralsight On-Demand!, a rich library of full-length online training courses for .NET developers by the best authors in the business. Below you'll find all of the courses available in the library today. We add new courses every week! Table of Contents Entity Framework 4.1 Introduction Code First Data Annotations Code First Fluent API More info: _http://www.pluralsight-training.net/microsoft/courses/tableofcontents?courseName=ef41-code-first [Hidden Content] Homepage: dl4tut.com Use Mipony or Jdownloader to downloading in multiple parallel streams, captcha recognition, automated file extraction, and much more at FileSonic, FileServe, Uploadstation, Hotfile and 120 site
  2. Digital Tutors - Rigging Game Characters in Maya 2011 English | VP6F 782x646 | MP3 96 Kbps | 3.30 GB Genre: eLearning In this collection of lessons we will learn about a wide variety of useful techniques for rigging game characters. In this course, we will rig a character for a game in Maya. We will cover techniques like setting up our joints to have a consistent orientation throughout the entire skeleton, we will build a twist rig to fix deformations that collapse in animation, we will learn how to create a foot rig with more banking control, and even cover creating a robust and flexible spine rig with advanced twisting. We will also discuss weight painting techniques that help to speed up that process, making it less intimidating and instead more of an enjoyable experience. By the end of this course you will learn rigging techniques that can be applied to any rig you build. Lesson Outline (49 lessons) 1. Introduction and project overview 2. Setting up the scene 3. Starting on the skeleton 4. Completing the leg chains 5. Building the reverse foot bones 6. Finishing the reverse foot rig 7. Foot bank controls 8. Creating the foot controls 9. Wrapping up the foot controls 10. Setting up knee controls 11. Connect curves for the knees 12. Starting on the spine 13. Adding flexibility to the spine 14. Twisting the spine 15. Creating upper body controls 16. Finalizing the spine 17. Rigging the Neck and Head 18. Beginning the eye rig 19. Controlling the eyes 20. The shoulder and arm chains 21. Finishing the arm chain 22. Constructing the hand bones 23. Wrapping up the fingers 24. Shoulder controls 25. Working on the arm controls 26. Completing the arm controls 27. Setting up Elbow controls 28. Connect curves for the elbows 29. Finger controls 30. Finalizing the finger controls 31. A global control object 32. Character Sets for the control rig 33. Binding the biker 34. Refining the weights of the neck and head 35. Final tweaks on the neck and head deformations 36. Correcting the deformations of the feet 37. Fine-tuning the deformations of the legs 38. Editing the spine's weights 39. Rigging the eyelids 40. Rigging the eyebrows 41. Deforming the jacket belt 42. Finishing the jacket belt rig 43. Setting up the jacket buckle 44. Blocking in the weights of the fingers 45. Finalizing the deformations of the hands 46. Creating twist joints for the arms 47. Controlling the twist joints 48. Adding the twist joints as influence objects 49. Correcting the weights of the shoulders/Finishing the rig [Hidden Content] Homepage: dl4tut.com Use Mipony or Jdownloader to downloading in multiple parallel streams, captcha recognition, automated file extraction, and much more at FileSonic, FileServe, Uploadstation, Hotfile and 120 site
  3. Open Source Training - Drupal Beginner Course Video: AVC (.flv) H264 840*524 30fps | Audio: AAC Stereo 432kbps 44.1KHz | 409MB Genre: eLearning | Language: English Must-have learning materials for Drupal newbies. This course has chapters: Introduction; Install; Navigate; Create Content Types Fields Taxonomy Add Content; Extend Download Upload Enable Configure; Design; Manage - Roles Permissions Users Masquerade module; Project 1 A Personal Website; Project 2 A Business Website and Bonus. Enjoy! CONTENTS: Introduction: * Introduction to the course * How to get the most out of this course * What is Drupal – what is a content management system Install: * ISP Manual install * ISP One Click Install Navigate: * Touring a fresh installation of Drupal * Update the site’s basic information Create: Content Types / Fields / Taxonomy / Add Content * Introduction to Content Types * Creating an Article * Creating a Basic Page * Other Built-in Content Types * Creating a New Content Type - Attractions * Another Example - Accommodations * Editing / Deleting Content Types * Section Task - Create the Festival Content Type * Adding Revisions * Formatting Fields * Introduction to Taxonomy Extend: Download / Upload / Enable / Configure * Introduction to The Drupal Site Layout: Modules, Themes, Blocks, Menus - Modules o Polls o Blog * Find and install new modules o Webform o AddtoAny o Site Map Design: * Introduction to Themes * Find and install new themes (free, commercial, custom, Artisteer) * Applying Themes * Blocks * Menu Management Manage: Roles / Permissions / Users / Masquerade module * People Management * Roles and Permissions * Reports and Help Menu Project 1: A Personal Website * The Project Project 2: A Business Website * The Project Bonus: * Local install - Mac - Acquia Drupal * Local install - Windows - Acquia Drupal HomePage: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] Homepage: dl4tut.com Use Mipony or Jdownloader to downloading in multiple parallel streams, captcha recognition, automated file extraction, and much more at FileSonic, FileServe, Uploadstation, Hotfile and 120 site
  4. Digital Art Tutorials vol. 1-10 (painting in Adobe Photoshop) Language: English | 1024 x 768 | MOV | Mp3 - 128Kbps | 5.23 GB Genre: eLearning Video Tutorials on various techniques of painting in Adobe Photoshop, CorelPainter. If the folder no cue-file itself. bin beautifully mounted daemon. Contents : 1. Comic Book Style 2. Anime Style 3. Grayscale Painting 4. Sketch Painting 5. Comic Book Style: The Spawn Way 6. Digital Painting: Smudge Style 7. Digital Painting: Photo Real 8. Digital Inking: Volume 1 9. Special Effects: Volume 1 10. Beginning Coloring [Hidden Content] Homepage: dl4tut.com Use Mipony or Jdownloader to downloading in multiple parallel streams, captcha recognition, automated file extraction, and much more at FileSonic, FileServe, Uploadstation, Hotfile and 120 site
  5. 3ds Max tutorial - Interior Architectural Design Bathroom Complete English | 7 hours | 1280x720 | 30fps 1500kpbs | AAC 44.1 khz | rar 3.78 GB | unrar 4.14 GB Genre: eLearning Description: A 3ds Max tutorial covering the modeling, texturing and rendering of a bathroom complete from start to finish. Video Codec: MPEG4 Video: AVC 1280x720 30fps to ~ 1500kpbs Audio: AAC 44,1 kHz stereo ~ 100kpbs Video Codec: Flash Video Video: AVC 854x480 30fps with 547kpbs Audio: AAC 44,1 kHz Stereo 66.6 KB / sec [Hidden Content] Homepage: dl4tut.com Use Mipony or Jdownloader to downloading in multiple parallel streams, captcha recognition, automated file extraction, and much more at FileSonic, FileServe, Uploadstation, Hotfile and 120 site
  6. Shon Harris - CISSP All In One Training Guide 5th Edition | 626 MB A comprehensive, up-to-date revision of the market-leading CISSP training resource Written by Shon Harris, the number-one name in IT security certification and training, this exam guide offers complete coverage of all the material on the latest release of the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) exam. With full treatment of all the 10 exam domains, as developed by the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium (ISC2), this definitive tool contains learning objectives at the beginning of each chapter, sidebars with in-depth technical explanations, practice questions, and real-world scenarios. CISSP All-in-One Exam Guide, Fifth Edition serves as both a comprehensive certification study guide and an essential on-the-job reference. The CD-ROM includes more than 250 simulated practice questions in a Windows-based test engine, an electronic book, and video training from the author. This is exam domain 5 which is cryptography. [Hidden Content] Homepage: dl4tut.com Use Mipony or Jdownloader to downloading in multiple parallel streams, captcha recognition, automated file extraction, and much more at FileSonic, FileServe, Uploadstation, Hotfile and 120 site
  7. Stephen Bowler - Bowler Cisco CBT [2010, 4DVD] Language: English ~42hours | 1280 x 720 | .AVI | 25.00fps | Mp3 - 128Kbps | 14.08 GB Genre: eLearning Are you studying for your CCNA, CCNP, CCIP or even CCIE? Are you just looking to brush up your skills on Cisco routers/switches and looking for some good lab tutorial videos? Then these videos are for you. Over 13 Gigs of Video Training in .avi file format presented on 4 dvd's. Over 42 hours of High Quality in depth training based solely around Lab Tutorials in which I configure/troubleshoot and verify in a step-by-step easy to follow and understand method. These labs are based strictly around configuring routers and switches using the Cisco Command Line Interface (CLI) and are accompanied by easy to follow network topologies designed by myself. There are no “theory” based videos. Studies have proven that “hands on” training is the best and most efficient way to learn and that is strictly what I offer. So sit back, relax, start up your routers and switches and prepare to join me and prepare yourself for hours upon hours of “hands on” training. Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) *Configure/Explain EIGRP and use show/debug commands for verification *EIGRP Basics *EIGRP Network command *EIGRP MD5 Authentication *Explain how EIGRP calculates the composite metric *EIGRP Summarization *EIGRP Leak-maps *EIGRP default route *Virtual Template Interfaces Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) *Configure/Explain BGP concepts listed below and use show/debug commands for verification *BGP MD5 Authentication *BGP TTL Security *BGP Outbound Route Filtering (ORF) between 2 routers *Configure/Explain BGP and use show/debug commands for verification *External BGP (EBGP) *Internal BGP (IBGP) *BGP Authentication *BGP Route Reflector's *BGP AS_Path attribute *BGP Local Preference attribute *BGP Default Route *BGP Route Aggregation *BGP Route Dampening *BGP Suppress-Maps *BGP Unsuppress-Maps *EBGP Multihop *BGP Update Source Loopback *BGP Weight Attribute *BGP Multi-Exit Discriminator (MED) Attribute *BGP Community Attribute *BGP Confederations *IP Prefix-Lists for BGP Frame Relay *Configure/Explain Frame Relay concepts listed below and use show/debug commands for verification *Frame Relay End to End Keepalives (EEK) *Point to Point Protocol (PPP) Multilink over Frame Relay *Explain and show how to setup Virtual Template interfaces and how they are used with PPP over Frame Relay. *Frame Relay Static configuration *Frame Relay Point to Point configuration *Frame Relay point-to-multipoint configuration *Frame Relay switch in GNS3 IPv6 *Configure/Explain IPv6 concepts listed below and use show/debug commands for verification *Setting up Frame Relay Static maps using IPv6 *Routing Information Protocol Next Generation (RIPng) *Configure RIPng on 3 routers on an Ethernet network and explain how RIPng works in comparison to RIPv2 *Enhanced Interior Gateway Protocol (EIGRP) IPv6 *Configure EIGRP IPv6 on 3 different routers in an Ethernet network and show the differences between EIGRP IPv6 and EIGRP IPv4 *Open Shortest Path First Version 3 (OSPFv3) *Configure OSPFv3 on 3 different routers over frame relay *Explain how OSPFv3 is different than OSPF IPv4 *Explain the link-local IPv6 addresses and how they are used to provide reachability over frame relay networks using IPv6 dynamic routing protocols *Border Gateway Protocol for IPv6, Mulitprotocol BGP (MBGP) *Configure BGP IPv6 between 2 different routers and explain how BGP IPv6 works in comparison to BGP IPv4 *Configure IPV6 on Fast Ethernet and Loopback Interfaces *Configure IPV6 Static Routing *IPV6 address auto-configuration Routing Information Protocol (RIPv2) *Configure/Explain RIPv2 concepts listed below and use show/debug commands for verification *Setup RIPv2 Offset Lists and explain how they are used to manipulate RIPv2 metrics and their filtering capabilities *Setup RIPv2 Summarization *RIPV2 on 6 routers *RIPV2 plain text and md5 authentication *Detailed look at rip hop count metric Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) * Configure/Explain OSPF concepts listed below and use show/debug commands for verification * OSPF over Frame Relay using the network types of Non-Broadcast and Broadcast. * Explain the different characteristics of Non-Broadcast and Broadcast network types in OSPF and how to configure and verify them. * How to optimize your OSPF over Frame Relay using Broadcast and Non-Broadcast network types * Configure All OSPF Area types including, Stub Area, Totally-Stub Area, Not So Stubby Area (NSSA) and Totally NSSA. * Explain all the different OSPF area types and how they are used to filter Link State Advertisements on within different OSPF Areas * Configure Redistribution of RIPv2 routes into the OSPF domain * OSPF Basics * OSPF in Five different Areas * OSPF simple and MD5 authentication * OSPF Summarization (Internal) * Explain the basics of OSPF * OSPF Virtual links * OSPF Virtual link alternative (GRE Tunnel) Switching Labs *802.1Q Tunnelling *Configure/Explain how to setup an 802.1q Tunnel and show the characteristics of a L2VPN. * Show how you can use an 802.1q Tunnel to create a Layer 2 VPN to tunnel CDP information between to Switches that are not directly connected. *Switchport Security *Configure/Explain how to use Switchport Security and show the characteristics of Switchport Security *Explain how Switchport Security can be used to secure your switches from outside attacks. *Explain the 3 different modes of Switchport security and also show you advanced Switchport security features to help ease the administration of switchports. *Configure/Explain Etherchannels and use show commands for verification *Configure a layer 2 Etherchannel *Configure a layer 3 Etherchannel *How to verify Etherchannel connectivity *Dynamic Trunking Protocol (DTP) *Configure/Explain DTP and use show commands for verification *Vlan Trunking Protocol (VTP) *Configure/Explain VTP and use show commands for verification *Explain the different modes of VTP *VTP Authentication *VTP Pruning *Vlan Trunking from a Switch to a Router *Configure/Explain "router-on-a-stick" and use show commands for verification *Configure/Explain VLAN's and use show commands for verification IP Multicast * Configure/Explain Multicast concepts listed below and use show/debug commands for verification * Auto RP between 4 routers * Explain the concept of a mapping agent within AutoRP. * Explain how to announce multicast groups on a RP into the Auto RP domain and how the Mapping Agent will discover, advertise and Map to the groups to the specific RP’s. *Configure IP Protocol Independent Multicast Dense Mode (PIM-DM) *Configure IP Protocol Independent Multicast Sparse Mode (PIM-SM) Access Control Lists * Configure/Explain the Zone Based Firewall concepts listed below and use show/debug commands for verification * Setup a Zone Based Firewall (ZBF) and show how they work with the MQC configuration set. * Explain in detail how filtering takes place within ZBF’s * Explain the different Zone types * Explain the concept of a Zone Pair * Explain how you apply the policy map to the Zone pairs * Explain how to put interfaces into different Zones * Standard Access Control List (ACL) * Virtual Terminal Line (VTY) Filtering * Time Based Access Control List (TBACL) * Explain/Verify how TBACLs work * IP route-cache flow to monitor network traffic on the router Quality of Service (QoS) * Configure/Explain the QoS concepts listed below and use show/debug commands for verification * Explain in detail how to setup and use the Modular Quality of Service Command Line Interface (MQC) configuration set * Show how to use Class-maps, Policy-maps and apply the policy map inbound/outbound on an interface. * IP Network Based Application Recognition (NBAR) * Explain in detail how to implement NBAR and how it can be used proactively to discover Applications and Protocols that are running on or through a specific interface * Explain Packet Description Language Module (PDLM) and how it can be used in NBAR * Explain in detail the “Match Protocol” Class map statement and how it is related to NBAR * Legacy Frame Relay Traffic Shaping (FRTS) * Explain in detail how to setup and use Legacy FRTS on 3 different routers using the concept of a map-class to apply under the specific Data Link Connection Identifiers (DLCI’s) * Explore some of the main features of Legacy FRTS and explain them such as map-class, CIR, Bc, Be, Tc, BECN, Adaptive shaping, MINCIR. Point to Point Protocol (PPP) *Configure/Explain PPP Multilink on 2 routers across multiple Serial point-to-point connections. *Explain the concept of bundling multiple interfaces together to form one logical interface. *PPP Authentication over Point to Point Serial Link *PPP CHAP Authentication *PPP PAP Authentication Multi Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) *Configure/Explain MPLS and use show/debug commands for verification *MPLS Unicast IP Forwarding MPLS VPN's *Configure/Explain MPLS VPN's and use show/debug commands for verification *Virtual Routing and Forwarding (VRF) *Multi-Protocol BGP (VPNV4) *Mutual Redistribution between PE and CE nodes running RIPv2 *Explain BGP AS-Path Attribute in MPLS VPN *BGP allow-as in *BGP as-override On-Demand Routing (ODR) *Configure/Explain ODR and use show/debug commands for verification *Explain Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) and its use with ODR Floating Static Route *Configure/Explain floating static route and use show/debug commands for verification IP Services *Configure/Explain Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) on a router and use show/debug commands for verification *Microsoft loopback adapter on your computer to act as a DHCP Client for the DHCP Server in GNS3 *Configure/Explain Network Time Protocol (NTP) on a router and use show/debug commands for verification *Basic NTP for both Broadcast and Non-broadcast Networks Policy Based Routing (PBR) *Configure/Explain PBR and use show/debug commands for verification *Policy Based Routing using a Route-map Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE) *Configure/Explain GRE Tunnel and use show/debug commands for verification *GRE Tunnel *EIGRP Across GRE Tunnel *Explain GRE Tunnel Basics Hot Standy Router Protocol (HSRP) *Configure/Explain HSRP and use show/debug commands for verification *HSRP Preemption *HSRP traffic flow Connecting Real Switches to GNS3/Dynamips *Connect a real 3550 to GNS3 *Verify connectivity between the router in GNS3 and the Real 3550 *Give you specifications on my GNS3/Dynamips Server Redistribution *Perform Mutual Redistribution between RIPv2 and OSPF *Use a route-map to tag routes *Explain RIP and OSPF Metrics *Verify that redistribution is being performed properly using show commands GNS3 *Configure/Explain how to use GNS3 and set it up to use. Security Device Manager (SDM) *Configure/Explain how to use SDM with GNS3 [Hidden Content] Use Mipony or Jdownloader to downloading in multiple parallel streams, captcha recognition, automated file extraction, and much more at FileSonic, FileServe, Uploadstation, Hotfile and 120 site
  8. Talton Walker - CCNA Core Concepts English | 640x480 | H264 | 29.97fps 143kbps | AAC 96kbps | 1.55GB Genre: eLearning Introduction to the CCNA Core Concepts curriculum. This introduction video goes over the format of the course, the Cisco certification program and its various tiers, and the suggested methods for studying the material in preparation for the CCNA exam. Sceenshot: [Hidden Content] Homepage: dl4tut.com Use Mipony or Jdownloader to downloading in multiple parallel streams, captcha recognition, automated file extraction, and much more at FileSonic, FileServe, Uploadstation, Hotfile and 120 site
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VMware Infrastructure 3: ESX 3.5 & VirtualCenter 2.5 - Training DVD English | WMV 1680x1020 15.00fps 219Kbps | aac 48Kbps | 2.16 GB Genre: Video Training his compilation contains 11 video tutorials targeted at system administrators and system engineers who are responsible for the integration, administration and management of VMware ESX Server 3.5 - software to create a virtual infrastructure to consolidate and share in high-performance server environment. * Module 1: Introduction to Virtualization (free video) * Module 2: Installing and Configuring ESX * Module 3: Configuring and Managing Virtual Networking * Module 4: Configuring and Managing Storage * Module 5: Installing and Configuring VirtualCenter 2.5 * Module 6: Creating and Configuring Virtual Machines * Module 7: VMware Update Manager * Module 8: Designing and Implementing a VirtualCenter Security Strategy * Module 9: Managing Host & Virtual Machine Resources * Module 10: Creating and Managing VI Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity * Module 11: Monitoring & Troubleshooting a Virtual Infrastructure * Module 12: Site Recovery Manager ** The Site Recovery Manager videos will be made available soon Module 1: Introduction to Virtualization In this module we lay down a solid foundation and understanding of Virtualization, why it's so popular and what it offers. We go into the different terminologies and the different vendors that offer the technology. A great introductory module Module 2: Installing and Configuring ESX This module walks you through the installation of ESX 3.5 using media disks such as a CD-ROM, Scripted install using NAS and other network resources. We also talk about post installation tweaks and configurations. This module also includes a manual upgrade from ESX 3.5 to ESX 3.5 Update 1 Module 3: Configuring and Managing Virtual Networking Virtual networking is one of the coolest concepts in virtualization and in this module we take a road trip and tackle all the features and concepts that the VMware Infrastructure offers Module 4: Configuring and Managing Storage If you think Virtualization is on fire, take a closer look at Storage, it is double on fire. Storage in a VMware Infrastructure is one of the most critical components. This module tackles Fibre Channel Storage, iSCSI and NAS. Configuring each technology and leveraging it to the fullest. This module also tackles the very cool concept of Storage VMotion which is a new feature introduced with ESX 3.5 that allows you to move a virtual machine's files from one datastore to another while the machine is online and being accessed by users. Super cool technology!! It's Magic! Module 5: Installing and Configuring VirtualCenter 2.5 VirtualCenter creates the enterprise. With these words I like to summarize and stress the importance of VirtualCenter. It is this application in the VMware Infrastructure suite that allows enterprise features like VMotion, High Availability and Distributed Resource Scheduler to function. It is also the applications that groups and centrally manages all ESX hosts and Virtual Machines in the environment. Module 6: Creating and Configuring Virtual Machines This modules walks you through the creation of Virtual machines, working with Templates and Gold builds. How to quickly provision VMs. How to configure VMs and tweak their resources for optimal performance. Brace yourself for an amazing module filled with information. Module 7: VMware Update Manager Patch management is a critical task or shall I call nightmare that every tech person has to address and find a solution for. VMware understands this and in this release of ESX, it introduces VMware Update Manager, an add-on application that extends VirtualCenter's capabilities and allows for the automated download and installation of patches for both the ESX hosts and the Virtual Machines. We go through the installation and configuration of Update Manager. Module 8: Designing and Implementing a VirtualCenter Security Strategy What good is an environment without proper access control measures in place? In this module we discuss role based access to your VMware Infrastructure environment. How to delegate control and implement security. Module 9: Managing Host & Virtual Machine Resources A virtual environment is all about Resource management. The more resources are available the better your VMs and your hosts will perform. In this module we tackle resource pools, clusters, VMotion, Distributed Resource Clusters or DRS and Distributed Power Management or DPM. The latter being a new feature introduced with ESX 3.5 that aims at conserving power. A fantastic new technology. Module 10: Creating and Managing VI Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity What organization today does not have the topic or Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity on the table in one form or another? This module discusses the different ways to backup and restore your VMs and your Hosts. We also tackle VMware High Availability clusters and how they can aide keep your environment running at all times. Module 11: Monitoring & Troubleshooting a Virtual Infrastructure Building a great environment is not enough. Maintaining a great environment is equally challenging. In this module we take a look at how we can monitor resources in our environment in order to be proactive and detect issues before they occur. If you are running low on resources, you need to address this issue in order to maintain the level of performance you have grown accustomed to, Resource monitoring also helps you justify an expansion and gives you data for scalability. Module 12: Site Recovery Manager How would you like to recover your site to another site in a different geographic area in a snap? Sounds too good to be true? I agree, but it works. Better yet how would you like to have a single VM run on two ESX hosts in 2 different datacenters and capable of sustaining an entire host failure without blinking? Magic right? I give you Site Recovery Manager, one of the most interesting and innovative applications to date that VMware has introduced. If you were excited when you first heard of VMotion, you will love SRM. The Bonus Material on the DVD include: * White Papers, product video demos and more from DataCore, VizionCore, and Veeam * Storage VMotion GUI Plug-in from Andrew Kutz * The DVD Trailer ** VMware, ESX Server, VMotion, Virtual Center are registered trademarks of VMware, Inc. All other marks and names mentioned herein may be trademarks of their respective owners. [Hidden Content] Homepage: dl4tut.com Use Mipony or Jdownloader to downloading in multiple parallel streams, captcha recognition, automated file extraction, and much more at FileSonic, FileServe, Uploadstation, Hotfile and 120 site
  10. Internetwork Expert CCIE R & S ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES ON DEMAND 4.5 completed (2011) English | 1280 x 720 | 960x540 29,97 fps | AAC 32000Hz 1024kbps | 26.11 GB Genre: Video Training The CCIE Routing & Switching Advanced Technologies Class is the first step in understanding CCIE level technologies and is a companion to the Advanced Technologies Lab Workbook. Each technology you need to know for the CCIE Routing & Switching lab will be described in detail using an instructor led hands on demonstration. The class consists of nearly 80 hours of in depth explanations and examples. T Contents 1 Introduction0h 43m 2 Using the Cisco Documentation0h 52m 3 Ethernet Overview, Layer 2 Switchports, Trunking, ISL, 802.1q, DTP0h 47m 4 VTP, VTP Authentication, VTP Pruning1h 02m 5 VTP Prune Eligible List, VTP Transparent, VTP Troubleshooting, Trunk Allowed List , Extended VLANs0h 48m 6 VLAN and VTP Review0h 19m 7 SVIs, Native Routed Interfaces, Router-on-a-Stick0h 46m 8 Layer 2 EtherChannel, EtherChannel Load Balancing, Layer 3 EtherChannel0h 57m 9 802.1q Tunneling, Layer 2 Protocol Tunneling, EtherChannel over 802.1q Tunneling1h 03m 10 STP Root Bridge Election, STP Root Port Election, STP Designated Port Election, STP Priority, STP Cost, STP Port-Priority1h 46m 11 STP Review0h 12m 12 STP Timers, STP PortFast0h 34m 13 STP UplinkFast0h 11m 14 STP BackboneFast0h 12m 15 STP BPDU Filter0h 13m 16 STP BPDU Guard0h 11m 17 STP Root Guard0h 11m 18 STP Loop Guard, Unidirectional Link Detection (UDLD) 0h 11m 19 Multiple Spanning-Tree Protocol (MST) 0h 40m 20 Rapid Spanning-Tree Protocol (RSTP), Rapid -PVST0h 18m 21 MST with Multiple Regions0h 33m 22 Flex Links0h 16m 23 Frame Relay0h 39m 24 Frame Relay Configuration Part 10h 34m 25 Frame Relay Configuration Part 20h 41m 26 Frame Relay Switching0h 27m 27 Back-to-Back Frame Relay0h 08m 28 Frame-Relay End -to-End Keepalives0h 18m 29 PPP, PPP PAP Authentication, PPP CHAP Authentication0h 59m 30 PPPoFR, PPPoE0h 40m 31 Transparent Bridging, IRB0h 32m 32 Fallback Bridging0h 14m 33 IP Routing Overview, Switching Paths, Static Routing0h 42m 34 Static Routing Examples0h 25m IP 35 Default-Gateway, IP Default-Network0h 14m 36 On-Demand Routing (ODR) 0h 07m 37 Floating Static Routes0h 10m Backup Interface0h 29m 38 39 Enhanced Object Tracking, IP SLA, Reliable Static Routing0h 21m 40 Coming Soon ... 0h 43m 41 GRE Tunneling, GRE Recursive Routing Errors0h 27m 42 Reliable Backup Interface with GRE0h 25m 43 RIP Overview, RIP Versions, RIP Auto-Summary0h 48m 44 RIP Split-Horizon, RIP Timers0h 22m 45 RIP Broadcast Updates, IP Directed Broadcast, IP Broadcast-Address, Smurf Attacks, Fraggle Attacks0h 16m 46 RIP Unicast Updates0h 03m 47 RIP Offset-List0h 18m 48 RIP Authentication0h 11m 49 RIP Summarization0h 10m 50 Prefix-Lists, RIP Distribute-List Filtering, RIP Administrative Distance Filtering0h 48m 51 RIP Default Routing, RIP Conditional Default Routing0h 18m 52 RIP Triggered, RIP Validate Update Source, 0h 12m 53 EIGRP Overview0h 29m 54 EIGRP Auto-Summary0h 07m 55 EIGRP Split-Horizon0h 11m 56 EIGRP Update Types, EIGRP Neighbor, EIGRP Passive-Interface0h 24m 57 EIGRP Hello-Interval, EIGRP Hold-Time0h 05m 58 EIGRP Authentication0h 11m 59 EIGRP Time Based Authentication0h 25m 60 EIGRP Path Selection, EIGRP Metric Weights, EIGRP Traffic Engineering0h 47m 61 EIGRP Unequal Cost Load Balancing, EIGRP Variance0h 19m 62 EIGRP QUERY, EIGRP Summarization, EIGRP Leak-Map0h 28m 63 EIGRP Stub Router Advertisement0h 22m 64 EIGRP Default Routing0h 13m 65 EIGRP Route Filtering0h 11m 66 EIGRP Router-ID0h 07m 67 Miscellaneous EIGRP Features0h 02m 68 OSPF Overview0h 27m 69 Establishing OSPF Adjacencies, Understanding the OSPF Database0h 43m 70 OSPF Network Type Broadcast, OSPF DR / BDR Election, OSPF over NBMA, OSPF Network Type Non-Broadcast and Point-to-Multipoint0h 56m 71 OSPF Network Type Point-to-Point, OSPF Network Type Mismatch0h 13m 72 OSPF Network Type Point-to-Multipoint Non-Broadcast, OSPF Per Neighbor Cost0h 17m 73 OSPF Network Type Loopback0h 02m 74 OSPF Path Selection0h 27m 75 OSPF Convergence Timers0h 09m 76 OSPF Authentication0h 12m 77 OSPF Summarization0h 32m 78 OSPF Stub Areas, OSPF Totally Stubby Areas, OSPF NSSAs, OSPF Totally NSSAs0h 40m 79 Controlling OSPF NSSA Redistribution0h 02m 80 OSPF Type 7 to 5 Translator Election, OSPF LSA Type 3 Filter, OSPF Forwarding Address Suppression0h 24m 81 Route Redistribution Overview0h 36m 82 Route Redistribution Configuration & Verification, Connected Redistribution0h 22m 83 OSPF External Path Selection, TCL PING Scripting0h 33m 84 Routing Loops Overview, EIGRP Route Loop Prevention0h 55m 85 Metric Based Routing Loops, Route Tagging0h 46m 86 Administrative Distance Based Routing Loops, Debug IP Routing, IP Route Profile0h 58m 87 BGP Overview, BGP Peering Types0h 51m 88 Establishing BGP Peerings, EBGP Multihop, BGP Neighbor Disable Connected Check, BGP TTL Security0h 49m 89 4 BGP-Byte ASNs0h 20m 90 BGP Local AS, BGP Peer Groups, BGP Next-Hop Self, BGP Next-Hop Processing0h 57m 91 BGP Local AS, BGP Peer Groups, BGP Next-Hop Self, BGP Next-Hop Processing0h 03m 92 BGP Route Reflectors0h 37m 93 Large Scale BGP Route Reflectors with Clusters0h 34m 94 BGP Confederation0h 37m 95 BGP NLRI Advertisements, BGP Network Statement, BGP Redistribution0h 43m 96 BGP Aggregation, BGP Aggregation & Summary-Only, BGP Aggregation & Unsuppress-Map0h 46m 97 BGP Origin, BGP Aggregation & AS-Set, BGP Aggregation & Advertise-Map0h 22m 98 BGP Conditional Route Injection0h 21m 99 BGP Bestpath Selection, BGP Multipath, BGP Weight0h 53m 100 BGP Local Preference, BGP Local Preference and Communities, BGP AS-Path Prepending, 0h 30m 101 BGP MED, BGP MED Missing As Worst, BGP Deterministic MED0h 34m 102 BGP Communites, BGP Regular Expressions0h 43m 103 BGP Filtering, BGP Convergence Timers, BGP Default Routing, Miscellaneous BGP Features0h 24m 104 MPLS Overview, MPLS Label Distribution Protocol (LDP ) 1h 05m 105 MPLS Tunnels, MPLS Penultimate Hop Popping (PHP) 0h 40m MPLS Layer 3 106 VPNs Overview, VRF Lite0h 36m MPLS Layer 3 107 VPNs and VPNv4 BGP1h 08m MPLS Layer 3 108 VPN Verification & Troubleshooting0h 50m MPLS Layer 3 109 VPN OSPF PE-CE Routing Overview0h 06m MPLS Layer 3 110 VPN OSPF PE-CE Routing Path Selection & Sham-Links2h 01m MPLS Layer 3 111 VPN OSPF PE-CE Routing Loop Prevention & Down-Bit, OSPF Capability VRF-Lite0h 40m 112 IPv6 Overview, IPv6 ICMPv6 ND, IPv6 over NBMA0h 44m 113 IPv6 Routing Overview, IPv6 Static Routing0h 28m IPv6 RIPng0h 20m 114 115 IPv6 EIGRPv60h 09m IPv6 OSPFv30h 31m 116 117 MP-BGP for IPv60h 26m IPv6 Tunneling1h 13m 118 119 Multicast Overview, IGMP0h 34m 120 PIM Overview0h 18m 121 PIM Dense Mode1h 03m 122 PIM Sparse Mode0h 30m 123 PIM Sparse Mode Configuration0h 36m 124 PIM Sparse Mode RPF & RP Troubleshooting0h 27m 125 Auto-RP, Multicast over GRE Tunnels0h 53m 126 Bootstrap Router (BSR), Bidirectional PIM, Source Specific Multicast (SSM ) 0h 40m 127 MSDP, Anycast RP0h 27m 128 IPv6 Multicast Routing0h 24m 129 QoS Overview, IntServ QoS, DiffServ QoS, IP Precedence, DSCP, MQC, HQF0h 41m 130 MQC Classification0h 44m 131 FIFO, FQ, WFQ, CBWFQ, HQF0h 50m 132 LLQ0h 23m 133 WRED0h 31m 134 Traffic Shaping, Traffic Policing0h 40m 135 Frame Relay Traffic Shaping (FRTS) 0h 33m RSVP0h 07m 136 137 Catalyst 3560 QoS1h 10m 138 IOS Security Overview, Access Lists (ACLs) 0h 58m 139 Time Based ACLs, Dynamic ACLs0h 33m 140 Reflexive ACLs0h 21m 141 TCP Intercept, Content Based Access Control (CBAC) 0h 34m 142 Zone Based Policy Firewall (ZBPF) 1h 09m 143 AAA, Local Authentication, Local Authorization, Role Based CLI Access0h 41m 144 Port Security, Static CAM Entries, Storm Control , 802.1X Authentication, PACLs, RACLs, VLAN Access Maps (VACLs) 0h 50m 145 DHCP Snooping, Dynamic ARP Inspection (DAI), IP Source Guard0h 12m 146 Protected Ports, Private VLANs0h 25m 147 IP Services Overview, HSRP1h 10m 148 VRRP, GLBP0h 28m 149 NAT0h 42m 150 DHCP, DNS0h 30m NetFlow0h 09m 151 152 WCCP, Miscellaneous IP Services0h 06m 153 System Management Overview, NTP, NTP Authentication0h 24m 154 SNMP, RMON0h 38m 155 Syslog, Telnet, SSH, Banners0h 21m 156 EEM Scripting, Miscellaneous System Management Closed as content is not complete as described, misleading post, removed links
  11. Open Source Training - Joomla 1.5 Beginner Course Video: AVC (.flv) H264 840*524 30fps | Audio: AAC Stereo 432kbps 44.1KHz | 711MB Genre: eLearning | Language: English Every day, people are building great websites with Joomla. With Open Source Training, they have access to online classes and support from the best teachers in the Joomla world... Our professional teachers have created videos and tutorials for you that walk you step-by-step through everything you'll need to build wonderful Joomla websites. These are the same lessons we use to help clients like Apple, Sun, IBM, Hewlett-Packard and NASA. CONTENTS: Introduction * Session 1: Introduction to the Course * Session 2: How to get the most out of the Course * Session 3: What is Joomla / What is a Content Management System? * Session 4: Resources you'll need for the course * Session 5: DON'T skip this video! The Basics * Session 6: One Click Installs * Session 7: Installing Joomla to work on your Mac * Session 8: Installing Joomla to work on your PC * Session 9: Navigating the Joomla Interface The Site Menu * Session 10: The Menu * Session 11: User Manager * Session 12: Global Configuration * Session 13: Changing the "Site Offline" Logo * Session 14: Site Activities The "Menus" Menu * Session 15: Menu Manager * Session 16: Linking to a Article * Session 17: Linking to a Blog * Session 18: Site Activities The Articles Menu * Session 19: The Joomla Workflow * Session 20: Article Management * Bonus Session: Installing JCE * Session 21: Global Parameters * Session 22: Creating an Article * Session 23: Inserting and Formatting Text * Session 24: Inserting and Formatting Images and Multimedia * Session 25: Advanced Parameters * Session 26: Site Activities * Session 27: Helpful Extensions for Article Management Extensions * Session 28: Overview and Definitions * Session 29: Finding the Right Extensions * Session 30: Site Activities Components Menu * Session 31: Banners * Session 32: Contacts * Session 33: Newsfeeds * Session 34: Polls * Session 35: Search * Session 36: Weblinks The Extensions Menu * Session 37: Extensions Manager * Session 38: The Module Manager * Session 39: Built-in Modules * Session 40: Adding a New Module * Session 41: Site Activities Plugins * Session 42: Introduction / Overview Templates * Session 43: What is a Template? * Session 44: Installing Templates * Session 45: Modifying Your Template * Session 46: Site Activities The Tools Menu * Session 47: Tools Joomla Security * Session 48: Keeping Your Site Secure Wrap Up * Session 49: Site Activities * Session 50: Wrap Up HomePage: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] Homepage: dl4tut.com Use Mipony or Jdownloader to downloading in multiple parallel streams, captcha recognition, automated file extraction, and much more at FileSonic, FileServe, Uploadstation, Hotfile and 120 site
  12. infinityexists.com - Backtrack DVD Tutorials ENGLISH | Xvid 720x480 1273Kbps 29.97fps | MP3 56kbps | 3.57 GB Genre: Video Training A selection of video tutorials on BackTrack. Video not offensivesecurity Include: Installing Backtrack 3 Episode 1 – Network Hacking – Arp Poisoning Episode 2 – Wireless Hacking – Cracking WEP Episode 3 – Wireless Hacking – DeAuth Episode 5 – Lock Picking – Bump Key Episode 6 – Phone Phreaking – Beige Box Episode 7 – Phone Phreaking/Network Hacking – Sniffing VOIP Episode 8 – Lock Picking – DIY Padlock Shims Episode 9 – Lock Picking – Mult-Disc Combo Locks Episode 10 – Hacking Basics – MD5 Episode 11 – Website Hacking – Sql Injection Episode 12 – Hacking Basics – Backtrack Episode 13 – Website Hacking – XSS Episode 14 – Staying Secure – SSH Tunnel Episode 15 – Modding – Xbox Softmod Episode 16 – Wireless Hacking – Cracking WPA Episode 17 – Triple Boot – Windows, Backtrack, & Ubuntu Episode 18 – Local Password Cracking Episode 19 – Lock Picking Basics Episode 20 – Ettercap Episode 21 – XSS Tunnel Episode 22 – Playstation 2 Softmod Episode 23 – Cracking WEP Update Episode 24 – Bypass Hotspot’s Access Controls Underground – Install Backtrack 3 on USB Underground – CSRF(Cross Site Request Forgery) Underground – Alternate Data Streams Underground – Local File Inclusion Underground – Windows Privilege Escalation Underground – Bluetooth Hacking Underground – VMWare Underground – Fix Google Mail Enumerator Underground – Home Made Lock Picks Underground – Downfalls of Anti-Virus Software Part 2 Underground – Downfalls of Anti-Virus Software Underground – Evilgrade Underground – Trojan Basics Underground – Manipulating Windows User ***s Underground – Combine Files Underground – Password Phishing Underground – Windows SMB Relay Exploit Underground – Application Patching Underground – Metasploit Autopwn Underground – Email Spoofing Underground – Introduction Extracting Database Information from Information_Schema FPGA MD5 Cracker Arduino ARP Cop Email Injection Ping of Death DNS Spoofing with Virtual Hosts Bypass Cisco Clean Access & Cisco NAC Appliance Dual Boot – Windows & Backtrack Sql Injection Challenge How-to How to use Intel Pro/Wireless 3945ABG in Backtrack 2 Local Privilege Escalation Vulnerability in Cisco VPN Client [Hidden Content] Homepage: dl4tut.com Use Mipony or Jdownloader to downloading in multiple parallel streams, captcha recognition, automated file extraction, and much more at FileSonic, FileServe, Uploadstation, Hotfile and 120 site
  13. OptimizePress Training - Optimize Wordpress Site [Reup] English | 1h30mn | x264 | 1280x720 | 253kbps | 29fps | AAC | 75kbps | 505 MB Genre: Elearning OptimizePress is a revolutionary new WordPress Theme that gives you the power to create killer squeeze pages, sales letters, one-time offer pages, launch pages and much more, all through a simple point and click interface. [Hidden Content] Homepage: dl4tut.com Use Mipony or Jdownloader to downloading in multiple parallel streams, captcha recognition, automated file extraction, and much more at FileSonic, FileServe, Uploadstation, Hotfile and 120 site
  14. Programming in Visual C# .NET 2003 with Jesse Liberty | 1.85 GB This course begins with an overview of C# and the .NET platform. You will learn the fundamentals of the C# language, including how to set up the application development environment, and how to write your first simple C# applications. You will learn about variables and constants, expressions and statements, operators and namespaces, and how to create classes and instantiate objects. You will be introduced to database development with ADO.NET and building ASP.NET applications. You’ll use streams to read and write data both to your local machine and across the network and the Internet. Finally, you’ll explore interoperability with legacy COM objects such as ActiveX controls and COM components. MODULE 1 Introduction to C# Welcome to C# Hello World Building The Application Language Fundamentals Variables Constants Types Writing C# Programs Branching Unconditional Branching Conditional Branching Looping Operators Operator Types Operator Precedence Preprocessor MODULE 2 Classes and Objects Creating New Types Class Members Value vs. Reference Destroying Objects Inheritance Creating Hierarchies Polymorphism The Object Class MODULE 3 Operator Overloading Why Overload Operators Operator Overloading and the CLS Creating Overloaded Operators Structs and Interfaces Alternatives to Classes Structs Interfaces Arrays Defining Arrays Multidimensional Arrays Params Indexers Collection Interfaces Standard Collection Interfaces IEnumerable ArrayList ICompareable Custom IComparer MODULE 4 Collection Interfaces (continued) Standard Collection Interfaces IEnumerable ArrayList ICompareable Custom IComparer Collections and Strings Queues Stacks and Arrays Dictionary Dictionary & Hashtable Using Hashtable String Manipulation Regular Expressions Exceptions Throwing and Catching Exceptions Creating Custom Exception Types Delegates Introduction to Delegates Encapsulating a Method Delegates as Static Methods Delegates as Properties MultiCast Delegates MODULE 5 Events Defining Events Implementing Events Extending Custom Event Handlers Windows Forms Creating Windows Apps by Hand Creating Windows Apps with Visual Studio .NET XML Documentation ADO.NET Relational Databases The ADO.NET Object Model MODULE 6 ADO.NET (continued) Relational Databases The ADO.NET Object Model Updating Databases with ADO.NET Updating Data Updating Multiple Tables Transactions Providing Transaction Support with SQL Advanced ADO Data Update DataSet Updates Concurrency MODULE 7 Advanced ADO Data Update (continued) DataSet Updates Concurrency Programming Web Forms ASP.NET Creating a Web Application Creating Web Controls Attributes and Reflection Custom Attributes Creating the Attribute Positional and Named Attributes Reflection View MetaData Using Reflection for Discovery Late Binding and Dynamic Invocation MODULE 8 Streams Stream Fundamentals Asynchronous I/O Network Streams Long Distance I/O Serialization Accessing Data with Web Streams Controlling Serialization COM Interop ActiveX COM DLLs Creating the ActiveX Control Importing the ActiveX Control [Hidden Content] Homepage: dl4tut.com Use Mipony or Jdownloader to downloading in multiple parallel streams, captcha recognition, automated file extraction, and much more at FileSonic, FileServe, Uploadstation, Hotfile and 120 site
  15. Lullabot - Administering Drupal Language: English | 02:58:55 | 960 x 540 | .MOV | AAC - 160Kbps | 1.74 GB Genre: eLearning How to manage the content, community, and functionality of your Drupal site Have you been handed the reigns to a Drupal site you don't understand? Are you a Drupal developer who wants to empower your client to run their own site? If you need to run a Drupal site or you know someone who needs to run a Drupal site, then THIS is the video you need! Addison Berry, Angie Byron, and Jeff Robbins present a finished site with many common modules enabled and walk through common administration tasks and concepts such as: The content creation process and the different types of content Assigning roles and permissions Dealing with problematic users Organizing content and comments through the taxonomy and menu system Controlling the look and feel of the site Basics of Drupal image handling The differences between the front-end and the back-end An introduction to the module configuration that drives the functionality of your site Reports and logs that help you monitor the health of your site Resources for getting further help [Hidden Content] Homepage: dl4tut.com Use Mipony or Jdownloader to downloading in multiple parallel streams, captcha recognition, automated file extraction, and much more at FileSonic, FileServe, Uploadstation, Hotfile and 120 site
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