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  1. IOU repository all the IOU that you need and more hey guys as i promise here my humble iou repository, hope you can share more images (if any is missed) like latest L2 or L3 I86BI_LINUX-ADVENTERPRISEK9-M-15.2.3 i86bi_linux-adventerprisek9-ms.152-4.M1 i86bi_linux-adventerprisek9-ms.153-1.3.T i86bi_linux-adventerprisek9-ms.154-1.T_A i86bi_linux-adventerprisek9-ms.154-2.T i86bi-linux-l2-adventerprise-15.1b.bin i86bi-linux-l2-adventerprisek9-15.1a.bin i86bi_linux_l2-adventerprise-ms.nov11-2013-team_track i86bi-linux-l2-ipbasek9-15.1a.bin i86bi-linux-l2-ipbasek9-15.1b.bin i86bi-linux-l2-ipbasek9-15.1c.bin i86bi-linux-l2-ipbasek9-15.1d.bin i86bi-linux-l2-ipbasek9-15.1e.bin i86bi-linux-l2-ipbasek9-15.1f.bin i86bi-linux-l2-ipbasek9-15.1g.bin i86bi_linux_l2-ipbasek9-ms.jan24-2013-B i86bi_linux_l2-ipbasek9-ms.may8-2013-team_track i86bi-linux-l2-upk9-12.2.bin i86bi-linux-l2-upk9-15.0a.bin i86bi-linux-l2-upk9-15.0b.bin I86BI_LINUXL2-UPK9-M-15.0 i86bi_linux_l2-upk9-ms.june20_2012_golden_spike i86bi-linux-l3-adventerprisek9-12.4.bin i86bi-linux-l3-adventerprisek9- i86bi-linux-l3-adventerprisek9- i86bi-linux-l3-adventerprisek9-15.2.4M1.bin i86bi-linux-l3-adventerprisek9- i86bi-linux-l3-adventerprisek9-15.4.1T.bin i86bi-linux-l3-ipbase-12.4.bin i86bi-linux-l3-jk9s-15.0.1.bin i86bi-linux-l3-p-15.0a.bin i86bi-linux-l3-p-15.0b.bin i86bi-linux-l3-tpgen-adventerprisek9-12.4.bin i86bi-linux-l3-tpgen-ipbase-12.4.bin i86bi_linux-p-ms.251012_golden_spike I86BI_LINUX-TPGEN-ADVENTERPRISEK9-M-12.4 BitTorrent Sync [Hidden Content]
  2. Download the most recent dumps for 640-802 @ Link Removed.
  3. Hello which dumps are you guys studying old one with 615 questions? have anyone wrote after new fees implemnted ?
  4. i completed my ccna. i am not able to choose between security and voice in ccnp . is any specilization in ccnp better than them.. thanks in advance
  5. CCNA CCNP CCIE Cisco ebook Collections | 6.94Gb 600+ cisco ebooks, help files, and other misc. resource types Download Links: [Hidden Content]
  6. Hello, I have been able to find some tutorial videos on YouTube for CCNA 1 Packet Tracers, but having difficulty locating anything on my current chapter. Anyone know where I could find some good, helpful info on completing PT labs? Thanks in advance.
  7. I have a pdf with networking commands... I think I need a switch to see how to they work... arp commands, mac table, etc... does anyone know how to create a virtual switch in vmware (server) or virtual box... do I have to have an physical switch how about openvswitch.com is it an iso or an img? can it be setup within a virtual linux machine to function as a virtual switch... phew!
  8. Hi, anyone have CCNA Security by Sikandar Shaik from UDEMY? There are 6 parts.. He is a great Instructor I hear. MOVED TOPIC Topic is moved to proper share section. Open topic in appropriate section with suitable prefix.
  9. Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching 200-120 Complete Video Course Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching 200-120 Complete Video Course Download Link Grab a premium account to download a full fast speed: Get Download Link: [Hidden Content]
  10. Cisco CCNA Primer Cisco CCNA Primer Everything you need to learn BEFORE you start the Cisco CCNA. Course Description Every year many thousands of students embark upon their studies towards the coveted Cisco CCNA exam. Most give up along the way. Of those who actually take the exam, only half will actually pass. What goes wrong? This is the question IT expert and the best selling author of ‘Cisco CCNA in 60 Days’ and ‘Cisco CCNA Simplified’ Paul Browning asked himself and spent years researching. He found after speaking to hundreds of IT students that most quit in frustration because they find the subjects both difficult and overwhelming and they felt under prepared for the task ahead. The CCNA is not an exam for beginners. Even the CompTIA Network+ may not sufficiently prepare you for the new style CCNA exam. Cisco have made it tougher than ever with the introduction of advanced subjects such as Spanning Tree Protocol, IPv6, OSPFv3 and many more which previously were part of the advanced Cisco CCNP syllabus! What has been lacking is a foundational course you can take to cover all the subjects Cisco leave out from the CCNA but you simply must understand if you are to tackle the exam. Subjects such as TCP/IP, network cabling and basic router and switch configuration. If you are considering taking the Cisco CCNA exam and want to give yourself a huge head start then this is the course for you. You will learn valuable information you can put to use when you study for the CCNA as well as learn tips and tricks you can put to use on a live network. If you want to avoid months of frustrating study and wasted time then this course will help you accelerate your understanding and give you a valuable edge if you decide to progress to the Cisco CCNA next. Download Link Grab a premium account to download a full fast speed: Get Download Link: [Hidden Content] What are the requirements? Have an interest in Cisco networking Have access to Cisco equipment, Packet Tracer or GNS3 What am I going to get from this course? Over 60 lectures and 7 hours of content! Understand how TCP/IP operates Configure VLANs and trunks Configure routing protocols and static routing Understand IPv4 and IPv6 addressing Carry out basic subnetting and summarization Secure a switch and router Understand network cables and topologies What is the target audience? Anyone considering taking the Cisco CCNA exam Students studying the CCNA but finding it hard Beginners who want to find out if they enjoy Cisco networking If you never took the CompTIA Network+ and want to fill in knowledge gaps Curriculum Section 1: About the Cisco CCNA Lecture 1 What is the Cisco CCNA? 08:00 Lecture 2 The CCNA Exam Format 07:38 Lecture 3 Whats the Best Way to Prepare? 09:20 Lecture 4 How to Build a CCNA Home Lab 08:34 Lecture 5 CCNA Preparation Materials 04:37 Lecture 6 After the CCNA 04:40 Lecture 7 How to Install the GNS3 Virtual Cisco Rack 05:58 Lecture 8 Adding the Cisco IOS to GNS3 05:35 Lecture 9 Building a CCNA Home Lab – Part 1 20:02 Lecture 10 Building a CCNA Home Lab – Part 2 17:39 Lecture 11 LAB – Connect to a Router Preview 11:18 Section 2: Network Fundamentals Lecture 12 Common Network Devices 10:51 Lecture 13 Network Cables and Connectors 07:41 Lecture 14 The OSI Model Preview 07:50 Lecture 15 The TCP Model 06:06 Lecture 16 TCP/IP Protocols and Services 15:46 Lecture 17 Topologies 04:13 Lecture 18 LAN Technologies 07:46 Lecture 19 Network Appliances 03:36 Lecture 20 Inside a Cisco Router 08:31 Lecture 21 LAB – ARP, PING and Telnet Preview 09:33 Section 3: Layer 2 Technologies Lecture 22 VLANs and Trunks Preview 06:37 Lecture 23 Spanning Tree Protocol 06:13 Lecture 24 The Cisco 2960 Switch 02:55 Lecture 25 LAB – VLANs 11:28 Lecture 26 LAB – Trunking and VLANs 07:49 Section 4: IP Addressing and Subnetting Lecture 27 IPv4 Addressing 06:04 Lecture 28 Easy Subnetting 12:45 Lecture 29 IPv6 Primer 07:39 Lecture 30 Planning IP Addresses 07:13 Lecture 31 Route Summarization 03:51 Section 5: Routing Concepts and Protocols Lecture 32 Routing Concepts 07:54 Lecture 33 Routing Protocols 09:17 Lecture 34 Configuring the Router 10:15 Lecture 35 Static routing 05:58 Lecture 36 LAB – Static Routes Preview 06:44 Lecture 37 LAB – Configuring RIP 07:49 Lecture 38 LAB – Configuring EIGRP 04:00 Lecture 39 LAB – Configuring OSPF 04:08 Section 6: Network Security and Appliances Lecture 40 Access Lists 08:19 Lecture 41 User Authentication 05:52 Lecture 42 Firewalls and DMZ 03:57 Lecture 43 Tunneling, Encryption and Remote Access 06:06 Lecture 44 Security Appliances 03:36 Lecture 45 Switch Security 10:24 Lecture 46 LAB – Standard Access Lists 04:06 Lecture 47 LAB – Extended Access Lists 05:13 Lecture 48 LAB – Named Access Lists 03:27 Section 7: Network Services Lecture 49 Cisco Discovery Protocol 02:21 Lecture 50 Network Address Translation 05:25 Lecture 51 Logging and NTP 04:05 Lecture 52 SNMP 04:36 Lecture 53 DHCP 06:40 Lecture 54 LAB – Configure Static NAT 05:09 Lecture 55 LAB – NAT Pool 06:16 Lecture 56 LAB – CDP 02:40 Section 8: Wide Area Networks Lecture 57 Frame Relay 04:11 Lecture 58 WANs and VPNs 07:29 Lecture 59 LAB – PPP 04:11 Section 9: Troubleshooting Lecture 60 Router and Switch Troubleshooting 09:17
  11. Cisco CCNA in 60 Days Learn to Master The Hands – On Labs , Ace Technical Questions and Pass The CCNA Cisco CCNA in 60 Days Learn to Master The Hands – On Labs , Ace Technical Questions and Pass The CCNA Cisco CCNA in 60 Days by Paul William Browning 2014 | ISBN: 0956989292 | English | 700 pages | PDF + EPUB | 23 MB + 16 MB Completely revised and updated for the new Cisco exams: 200-120 CCNA 100-101 ICND1 200-101 ICND2 ABOUT THE BOOK Do any of the following problems sound familiar to you? “I just don’t know where to start studying. I feel overwhelmed by the information.” “I’ve bought all the CBT-style videos and books, and have even been on a course, but I don’t feel ready to take the exam and I don’t know if I ever will.” For every ten students who start out towards the CCNA qualification, nine quit. They don’t quit because of laziness but because they became overwhelmed with information and didn’t even know where to start. They sat down to study from one of the ‘big name’ manuals and half an hour later found themselves staring blankly at the same page. Can you imagine how frustrating that feels? You see, most authors throw you in at the deep end and expect you to get on with it. They forget that you have a full time job, a long journey back home, family commitments and any number of challenges going on in your life. The last thing you have time for is to write out a detailed study plan with plenty of review sessions. If only somebody could tell you what to study each day, every day. If only you could open your study guide and see which bit of theory to read, which lab to do and which exam to take. You could then get on with the task of studying and getting that exam nailed. This is where Cisco CCNA in 60 Days comes in. Written in response to feedback from thousands of students using my online CCNA in 60 days program, my classroom courses and my other online Cisco training websites this book is the final piece in the studying puzzle. HOW IT WORKS Every day you read your theory module, you review yesterdays lesson, do a lab and then answer some review questions. The next day you do the same until you reach the review sessions where you cement all your knowledge with more labs and review as well as some practise exams. If that wasn’t enough, you have a cram guide to read daily and an online Subnetting review site to really hone your subnetting skills. At the 30 day mark you can take your CCENT exam and move into your ICND2 study sessions or just take your CCNA exam at the end of 60 days. If you fall behind no problem, just pick up where you left off. Having a problem with motivation and distractions? No problem, just read the detailed goal setting guide to turbo boost your productivity and motivation. WHAT’S COVERED? Every subject Cisco want you to know for your exams is covered with labs, theory, exams, reviews and crams. From RIP to OSPF, from VLSM to CIDR, IPv4 to IPv6, STP to CDP. Every exam topic is covered in detail many times over. Just when you think you are ready you are hit with challenge labs and more exams to ensure you are more than ready for the tricky Cisco exams. There are over 60 labs in total. Some with careful explanations and some you have to work out for yourself. Please use 7Zip/WinRAR/Universal Extractor to EXTRACT FILES If You Like This Torrent Support the Authors by Purchasing It!.. Thanx Download Link Grab a premium account to download a full fast speed: Get Download Link: [Hidden Content]
  12. Cisco Network CCNA IPv6 Cisco Network CCNA IPv6 Cisco Network CCNA IPv6 Course: IPv6 Addressing on Enterprise and Service Provider Networks Course Description Samâs Courses have been taken over 30,000+ times by 20,000+ students all over the world. And now, heâs ready to help YOU! If youâre the type of person that doesnât like to waste time, learn at a quick yet easy pace, and follow along with state of the art âPreziâ guides and voice overs, then boy do we have the course for you! The average amount of lecture time for a course like this is 10 hours, but ours is 1. Itâs not less information. Itâs just exactly what you need to know. âComing from the mind of an industry expert with 20+ years of experience, Sam masterfully breaks down every last detail in a quick, easy to understand way. His teaching style is light and quick, and I just canât make myself boredâ â Isaiah T. 5 Stars âThis course makes CCNA topics like routing technologies and network device security as simple as possible. I really enjoyed it, and I will definitely being taking more of your courses.â â Trever Eason 5 Stars In fact, thereâs mile long lists of people raving about our courses, and how much they love them, and we know you will too. ——————————————————————————————————————- This course is packed with essential, need to know info that is useful for tests. But most importantly, it gives you real world applications. Thereâs no reason to spend an additional 9 hours, following along as a boring, monotone voice reads off a pdf. Not when you can get this 1 hour, fast-paced work of art that keeps you on your toes and engaged the entire way through. Sam has successfully helped 20,000 students learn and understand various networking topics, and begin their journey on career success. Letâs make you 20,001! Enroll Today! Download Link Grab a premium account to download a full fast speed: Get Download Link: [Hidden Content] What are the requirements? Basic networking knowledge What am I going to get from this course? Over 10 lectures and 38 mins of content! 1+ Hours of training, and 9 Lessons!, all absolutely packed with need-to-know info! Access to our FREE course updates! All info is up-to-date and easy to follow Learn from a network expert with 20+ years of experience! Gain access to our real world examples and knowledge that can’t be found anywhere else! Professionally edited videos videos with clear audio to make student enjoyment the best it can be Quickly acquire the book knowledge you’ll need without the fluff! Deploy IPv6 Addressing and Basic Connectivity on an enterprise or service provider network Trouble-shoot IPv6 Addressing and Basic Connectivity Access to our unique and exclusive “Video Cheat Sheets”! Configure networks using IPv6 Addressing And More! What is the target audience? Networking engineers wanting to learn about IPv6 Addressing and Basic connectivity Networking engineers looking to advance in their careers and make more money Networking students (those who are interested about learning about Networking but are not yet networking engineers) Curriculum Section 1: Introduction and Documentation Lecture 1 Introduction 03:17 Lecture 2 Documentation 2 pages Section 2: IPv6 Addressing and Basic Connectivity Lecture 3 IPv6 Addressing and Enabling IPv6 Routing 05:59 Lecture 4 IPv6 General Prefixes 07:07 Lecture 5 Congratulations Article Lecture 6 IPv4 and IPv6 Protocol Stacks 06:00 Lecture 7 IPv6 ICMP Rate Limiting 04:37 Lecture 8 Cisco Express Forwarding 03:59 Lecture 9 Reminder Article Lecture 10 Hostnames to IPv6 Addresses 03:28 More on [Hidden Content]
  13. UDEMY - CCENT and CCNA Real World Labs - Cisco Training TAUGHT BY Marious Kuriata - IT Exam Practice, Network Engineer and Instructor 20 hours of Real World Videos and Packet Tracer / GNS3 Labs and Challenges! Learn things that you really need to know. Right... so you want to work in networking? Great choice... wait a minute... what about your experience? Oh... you read two books and played with Packet Tracer? That might NOT be enough! 20+ hours of Real Life Networking videos (HD) including troubleshooting of switches, routers and access points (wireless), creating a perfect network diagram, installing and managing monitoring tools (PRTG, Kiwi Syslog etc. ), applying for a job as a Cisco Engineer, working with Cisco TAC Support... NO boring and useless topics which you will not find in the real world! GNS3 and Packet Tracer Labs and Challenges Real World Questions and Quizzes . Why are your videos better than 1000+ similar offers online? Simple! Because it is ALL about real life examples! No boring and useless topics, no marketing, no useless commands - labs, labs, troubleshooting exercises.... I cover things that you SHOULD know but you will struggle to find in a book: network diagrams, monitoring tools, racks, applying for a Cisco job etc. . I am studying towards CCENT/CCNA. Will it help me get my cert? Of course! There are a lot of questions and labs on your CCNA exam so for sure my videos and labs will help you prepare for your exam. However, my project is more focused on real life examples so not all CCNA/CCNA Sec topics will be covered and some will be covered in more details (including some CCNP topics and Microsoft topics). That's a good thing as you can use my videos at ANY stage of your career in Networking!
  14. Hi evryone, I collected better (clearer) copies for this E-books from the net so that everyone benefits. For CompTIA EBooks, you can download from this link: Collection CompTIA EBooks [A+, N+, & Security+] Books List Download E-Books CCNA Ebooks [Hidden Content] CCNP Ebooks [Hidden Content] CCIE Ebooks [Hidden Content] Last update 30/12/2017
  15. Good morning, I am looking for the most stable files for a L3 router and a L2 switch as of December 2018. Currently I have: b4b906c2c2c0d1e22c5bd26a2c4a3ed8f63d879a4d12b2ea48891eb97fbcbbc1 (sha256sum) c7200-adventerprisek9-mz.152-4.M8.bin for routing I would probably get: c2691 for an EtherSwitch (layer 2) c3725 for an EtherSwitch (layer 3) Any ideas on the files for these? or similar switch images for my CCNA studies. Happy holidays!
  16. Notes, Cheatsheets, Exam Questioms collected over the time ... Very helpful DOWNLOAD: [Hidden Content]
  17. Can someone please share their Cisco ISE 2.3 qcow2 working evaluation image for EVE-NG Thanks
  18. I found this on the internet , it contains a lot of useful stuff [hide] [Hidden Content]]
  19. Hello Folks, Has anyone recently passed CCNA 200-125 or completed 100-105 & 200-105??? There haven't been recent posts regarding it I had read from a post that the CCNA v3.0 is above CCNA Level, is that true??? Is passing the exams without the dumps is next to impossible??? I got that impression from some people I plan on giving my CCNA soon, any answers would be appreciated Networking World, here I come
  20. Online access for free CCNAx 200-120 video training online access.. Free CCNAx 200-120 Routing and Switching Self Paced video Training online. use the links to subscribe for free . [Hidden Content] or use the below link if the above link expires [Hidden Content] watch video for complete details on how to access and use them [Hidden Content]
  21. Following are the the torrent link for CBT nuggets mpls fundamentals [hide] [Hidden Content]]
  22. Greetings! wondering how many folks are using Boson netsim 9, and if you think it's worthwhile, useful, or not very useful... i have used version 8 and thought it was very good. however, i have the "trial" version of netsim 9 so.... does anybody have the (ahem) "full" version of netsim 9 to "share" ;-) and how about packet tracer 6... has anyone compared v6 to v5? is it really much better? Finally (i hope) can anyone recommend the best training videos for the new CCNA routing and switching? the 200-120 and 100-101 and 200-101 material - theres still alot of the 'old' stuff out there. i have TrainSignal, CBT Nuggets and Infinite Skills series for the 'old' CCNA but would like to have new training for the new exams! thanks y'all!!
  23. Does anyone have this material???
  24. [Hidden Content] Finally the day has come when Cisco has announced the retirement of traditional CCNP, which is now going to be replaced by CCNP Routing and Switching, thus aligning with the current job market and the latest Cisco technology. Yes, it’s the official confirmation from Cisco that the last day to test traditional CCNP ROUTE (642-902), SWITCH (642-813), and TSHOOT (642-832) will be January 30, 2015; after that, you will have to face new CCNP Routing and Switching exam ROUTE (300-101), SWITCH (300-115), and TSHOOT (300-135). Cisco is revising the CCNP training curriculum because of increasing business demands and technology advancements, and introducing new v2.0 exams for ROUTE, SWITCH and TSHOOT. The new CCNP Routing and Switching is a more job role-focused certification program for network engineers that help them to gain the latest meaningful industry knowledge in networking. Individuals who are looking to gain or enhance their networking knowledge and skills can benefit from this certification program designed by Cisco, the industry leader in IP networking. In addition, the new CCNP Routing and Switching certification is loaded with advance knowledge and skills to configure, manage and troubleshoot LAN, WAN with Expand on IPv6, and Cisco StackWise, VSS, and DMVPN technologies. Benefits of New CCNP Routing and Switching Certification CCNP Routing and Switching certification offers professional job-ready training and skills that will help you to get a job as network administrator, network engineer, or network analyst. The new curriculum includes Cisco switches, routers, basic mitigation of security threats, and introduction to newly added technologies, DMVPN, StackWise, VSS, and IPv6 expansion and performance-based skills. The curriculum also covers the use of the following protocols: IP, Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP), Open Shortest Path First (OSPF), Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), Serial Line Interface Protocol, VLANs, VTP, STP, PVST, MST, Ethernet channels, and network security technologies. The curriculum also includes extensive troubleshooting on described technologies. Let’s have a brief overview of newly added technologies in CCNP Routing and Switching: Cisco StackWise Cisco StackWise is Cisco proprietary technology that allows you to use up to nine Catalyst switch 3750 series switches to operate as though they were one switch. One switch from the stack will act as the master switch, allowing you to configure and monitor the whole stack as though it was one switch, via a single console. If the master switch fails, the next switch in the stack will automatically take over as master. This feature provides greater redundancy, as one switch’s failure will not bring about a failure of the entire stack. Virtual Switch Services (VSS) A VSS combines a pair of switches into a single network element. This virtualization of the two physical chassis into a single logical switch fundamentally manages redundancy and load balancing on the port channel and enables a loop-free Layer 2 network topology. In addition, VSS also incorporates many other Cisco innovations, such as stateful switch over (SSO) and multi-chassis EtherChannel (MEC) that enable non-stop communication with increased bandwidth to substantially enhance application response time. Dynamic Multipoint Virtual Private Network (DMVPN) VPNs traditionally connect each remote site to the headquarters; the DMVPN essentially creates a mesh VPN topology. This means that each site (spoke) can connect directly with all other sites, the spoke will contact the hub, obtain the necessary information of the other end, and create a dynamic IPsec VPN tunnel directly between them. DMVPN eliminates the need of multiple IPSEC configurations and uses a combination of the following technologies: Multipoint GRE (mGRE) Next-hop resolution protocol (NHRP) Dynamic routing protocol (EIGRP, RIP, OSPF, BGP) Dynamic IPsec encryption IPv6 Enhancements IPv6 transition mechanisms are technologies that facilitate the transitioning of the internet from its initial (and current) IPv4 infrastructure to the successor addressing and routing system of Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6). As IPv4 and IPv6 networks are not directly interoperable, these technologies are designed to permit hosts on either network to participate in networking with the other network. Prerequisites for CCNP Routing and Switching Certification A Valid Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching certification or Cisco CCIE certification can act as a prerequisite for CCNP Routing and Switching certification. After January 29th 2015 you can only register and take new CCNP v.2 exams. However: Yes, u can mix old with new exams (within 3 years of passing 1st one). Each Cisco exam and most certifications are valid for 3 years (exception ccie). CCNP cert is still CCNP, Passing any new Route/Switch/Tshoot exam will renew current CCNP (and other Pro and lower certs).
  25. OUCH! In my email this morning: "...The price changes are effective Monday, January 16, 2012. CCNA exam 640-802 is increasing from $250 to $295 CCDA exam 640-864 is increasing from $150 to $200 ICND1 640-822 and ICND2 640-816 are increasing from $125 to $150"
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