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  1. CBT Nuggets – IPv6 Concepts, implementation and verification of IPv6 CBT Nuggets – IPv6 Concepts, implementation and verification of IPv6 – Free Download Description CBT Nuggets – IPv6 NETWORKING Concepts, implementation and verification of IPv6 Ready or not, IPv6 is here! Learn all about it in this training course from Keith Barker. IPv6 was developed more than a decade ago, but now is being implemented by both service providers and companies alike primarily due to the lack of IPv4 addresses. In this course, Keith walks you step by step through the concepts, implementation, and verification of IPv6 in a Cisco infrastructure, with various clients attached as hosts including Windows, Linux and Mac. The same logic and knowledge of how IPv6 is implemented can also be applied to other vendors. Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) is the latest version of the Internet Protocol that allows us to communicate over networks, such as the Internet. Each device on a network needs an IP address (similar to a street number and house number). The current version (IPv4) has virtually run out of addresses, and there are still millions of new devices to connect, each and every year. One solution that has extended the life of the older IPv4 is a process of hiding thousands of network devices behind a single global IPv4 address using a technique called Port Address Translation (PAT). This has extended the live of IPv4 for at least a decade. Another solution to the lack of available addresses in IPv4 is to use IPv6, which solves the problem by using a longer 128-bit IPv6 address (instead of IPv4’s 32-bit addresses), which provides room for about 340 undecillion (340 trillion trillion trillion) IPv6 addresses. That is a lot! This course encourages you to practice alongside Keith. Many of the topology diagrams, startup configuration files, and commands used in the videos are included for the more detailed NuggetLabs. Live gear, GNS3 or a simulator that support the commands relevant to the video you are viewing could be used for practice. If you are implementing an IPv6 network, or have plans within the next few months to roll out either a test or production IPv6 network (or simply need to understand how it works), this video course will be very valuable to you. If you are looking for a straightforward, fast-track to mastering IPv6, this is the course for you. Let’s begin! Related area of expertise Download Links:[Hidden Content] Other Informations About CBT Nuggets – IPv6 Concepts, implementation and verification of IPv6 1. Welcome to IPv6 (10 min) 2. IPv6: 128bits, Masks, Hex and You (30 min) 3. IPv6: Multiple IP address types (37 min) 4. IPv6: Build the Network, Now (34 min) 5. IPv6: Solicited Node and Link Local Multicast (54 min) 6. IPv6: RIPng Routing Protocol (28 min) 7. IPv6: OSPFv3 Part 1 of 2 (31 min) 8. IPv6: OSPFv3 Part 2 of 2 (39 min) 9. IPv6: EIGRP (42 min) 10. IPv6: Route Summarization (29 min) 11. IPv6: BGP Fundamentals (39 min) 12. IPv6: BGP Configuration and Verification (57 min) 13. IPv6: Stateless Address Auto Configuration (37 min) 14. IPv6: IS-IS (34 min) 15. IPv6: HSRP (38 min) 16. IPv6: GLBP (52 min) 17. IPv6: NDP (62 min) 18. IPv6: DHCP and DNS (31 min) 19. IPv6: RAs and the M/O bits (29 min) 20. IPv6: DHCP Relay Agent (24 min) 21. IPv6: Prefix Delegation (30 min) 22. IPv6: SSH and ACLs (36 min) 23. IPv6: Context Based Access Control (24 min) 24. IPv6: Zoned Based Firewall on an IOS Router (32 min) 25. IPv6: Multicast Routing Concepts (43 min) 26. IPv6: Multicast Routing Configuration (50 min) 27. IPv6: BSR and Embedded RP (49 min) 28. IPv6: Tunneling with GRE and Auto 6to4 (56 min) 29. IPv6: Tunnel Brokers (30 min) 30. MPLS Fundamentals (36 min) 31. IPv6: AToM (36 min) 32. IPv6: MPLS L3 VPNs (6VPE) Concepts (34 min) 33. IPv6: Implementing 6VPE (51 min) 34. IPv6: AnyCast Addresses (19 min)
  2. CBT Nuggets's CCNP videos subtitle (For non-native English speaker like me) These are subtitle/close caption files (.srt) for CBT Nuggets's CCNP videos for the following: ROUTE 300-101 Subtitles for Cisco CCNP Routing and Switching 300-101 ROUTE [hide][Hidden Content]] (I saw this videos course in the internet are downloaded(from first sharer) at 0.8x speed. So, I uploaded 0.8x and 1x speed.) Subtitles for Cisco CCNP ROUTE 300-101 Hands-on Labs Exam Prep [hide][Hidden Content]] SWITCH 300-110 Subtitles for Cisco CCNP Routing and Switching 300-115 SWITCH [hide][Hidden Content]] Subtitles for Cisco CCNP SWITCH 300-115 Hands-on Labs Exam Prep [hide][Hidden Content]] TSHOOT 300-135 Subtitles for Cisco CCNP Routing and Switching 300-135 TSHOOT [hide][Hidden Content]] Subtitles for Cisco CCNP TSHOOT 300-135 Hands-on Labs Exam Prep [hide][Hidden Content]] Or other CBT you want, just ask me. Maybe I have I will share for you. Thanks, lnwn3tw0rk
  3. CBT Nuggets ISACA CISA 2016 CBT Nuggets ISACA CISA 2016 CBT Nuggets ISACA CISA 2016 As a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), you’ll perform business-critical functions by assessing your organization’s IT and business systems to ensure they are monitored, controlled, and protected. CISA is on the level of CISSP and CCIE in prestige â and in the way it distinguishes you from your peers. CISA is globally recognized within the IT industry and beyond, and is used by the US Department of Defense and others as a minimum requirement for many high-end security positions. And studies have found that having the CISA credential can increase your salary potential. Recommended Experience Familiarity with IT operations Familiarity with IT development lifecycles and project management Recommended Equipment No special equipment or software needed Related Certifications Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) Related Job Functions Operations management Development management Project management Auditor Steve Caseley has been a CBT Nuggets trainer since 2004 and holds a variety of PMI certifications, including PMI-PMP, PMI-ACP, and PMI-SP. Download Link Grab a premium account to download a full fast speed: Get Download Link: [Hidden Content] 1. CISA Overview (7 min) 2. The Process of Auditing Information Systems (11 min) 3. IT Audit Standards, Guidelines, Tools and Techniques, and Code of Ethics (9 min) 4. Audit Risk Assessment (15 min) 5. Business Processes (5 min) 6. Control Objectives (8 min) 7. Audit Planning and Management (9 min) 8. Laws and Regulations (3 min) 9. Evidence (11 min) 10. Sampling Methodologies (9 min) 11. Reporting and Communications (5 min) 12. Audit Quality Assurance (3 min) 13. Types of Audits (5 min) 14. Governance and Management of IT (8 min) 15. Information Systems Strategy (10 min) 16. Standards, Governance and Frameworks (9 min) 17. IT Organization (6 min) 18. Legal Compliance (8 min) 19. Enterprise Architecture (4 min) 20. Maintenance of Policies and Procedures (2 min) 21. Maturity Models (5 min) 22. Process Optimization (3 min) 23. IT Investment Strategies (5 min) 24. IT Vendor Selection and Management (8 min) 25. IT Risk Management (8 min) 26. Control Processes (4 min) 27. Quality Management Systems (4 min) 28. IT Performance Monitoring and Reporting (6 min) 29. BCP – Business Impact Analysis (8 min) 30. BCP â Maintenance and Testing (3 min) 31. BCP – Invoke and Return to Normal (7 min) 32. Information Systems Acquisition, Development and Implementation (9 min) 33. Benefits Realization (5 min) 34. Vendor Management (7 min) 35. Project Governance (9 min) 36. Project Management (17 min) 37. Risk Management (5 min) 38. Requirements Management (7 min) 39. Application Architecture (5 min) 40. Methodologies (12 min) 41. Control Objectives and Techniques (11 min) 42. Testing (10 min) 43. Configuration and Change Management (6 min) 44. System Migration and Deployment (10 min) 45. Project Success Criteria (5 min) 46. Post-Implementation Reviews (4 min) 47. Information Systems Operations, Maintenance & Support (8 min) 48. Service Level Frameworks (6 min) 49. Service Level Management (7 min) 50. Monitor 3rd Party Compliance (4 min) 51. Architecture (11 min) 52. Computer Hardware, Software and Networks (22 min) 53. Software Resiliency Tools and Techniques (4 min) 54. Software Licensing and Inventory Interfaces (3 min) 55. Managing Schedules (6 min) 56. System Interface Integrity (10 min) 57. Capacity Planning (4 min) 58. Performance Monitoring (3 min) 59. Data Backup (5 min) 60. Database Administration Practices (9 min) 61. Data Quality and Retention (6 min) 62. Problem and Incident Management (5 min) 63. Managing Change to Production Environments (3 min) 64. Risks and Controls for End User Computing (6 min) 65. Disaster Recovery â Legal and Contractual Issues (7 min) 66. Business Impact of Disaster Recovery (2 min) 67. Disaster Recovery Plan Maintenance (5 min) 68. Alternate Processing Sites (9 min) 69. Disaster Recovery Testing (4 min) 70. Invoking Disaster Recovery (6 min) 71. Protection of Information Assets (8 min) 72. Information Asset Protection (4 min) 73. Privacy Principles (6 min) 74. Security Controls (5 min) 75. Environmental Protection (6 min) 76. Physical Access Controls (5 min) 77. Logical Access Controls (3 min) 78. Identification and Authentication (3 min) 79. Virtual Systems (5 min) 80. Mobile Devices (3 min) 81. Voice Communication (4 min) 82. Internet Security, Protocols and Techniques (9 min) 83. Network Security Concerns (4 min) 84. Data Encryption (3 min) 85. Public Key Infrastructure (5 min) 86. Peer to Peer Computing (5 min) 87. Data Classification Standards (4 min) 88. Handling Confidential Data (4 min) 89. Data Leakage (4 min) 90. End-User Computing Security (5 min) 91. Security Awareness Program (4 min) 92. Cyber Attacks (7 min) 93. Detection Tools (4 min) 94. Security Testing Techniques (6 min) 95. Security Incidents (3 min) 96. Handling of Evidence (4 min) 97. Fraud Risk Factors (6 min) 98. Passing the Exam (7 min)
  4. DEAD LINK CBT Nuggets Cisco CCIE RS v5 All-In-One: 6.0 Infrastructure Services CBT Nuggets Cisco CCIE RS v5 All-In-One: 6.0 Infrastructure Services CBT Nuggets Cisco CCIE RS v5 All-In-One: 6.0 Infrastructure Services Part 6 of our series on the CCIE R&S Version 5 at CBT Nuggets builds directly on the five previous parts. Here, you prepare for both the written exam and lab exam on key topics involving infrastructure services. From NTP and EEM to all kinds of other important network services, master the technologies frequently used in networks today in order to provide the very best in responsiveness and performance. Recommended skills: Knowledge of CCIE RS v5 All-In-One parts 1 through 5 Recommended equipment: GNS3 VIRL IOS 15.x Cisco Routers and Switches Related certifications: CCIE RS v5 Related job functions: Network admin Network operations analyst Network technician Data Center admin Data Center technician Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert There are so many networking services available today built into routers and switches. This course provides complete coverage of all those mentioned in the CCIE R&S Version 5 blueprint to ensure that students are prepared for their written and lab exams. Electronic flash cards are also provided as part of the NuggetLab files to ensure that students can demonstrate easy recall of key points regarding all services covered. Just as you experienced in the previous five CCIE training courses, this installment provides the theory and the hands-on approach required to master the technologies for written and lab excellence. Topics are broken up into very detailed components to promote easy understanding, as well as pinpoint review areas. Download Link Buy Premium To Get Max Speed & Resumable Support Download : [Hidden Content] 1. Course Introduction (4 min) In this Nugget, you learn about this course from CBT Nuggets and the valuable resources found in the NuggetLab files. 2. Device Management (14 min) This Nugget covers service like HTTP and SSH that you might want to use in order to manage the device. 3. SNMP (17 min) Simple Network Management Protocol in all its versions is explored here. 4. Logging (12 min) Logging with Cisco devices, and many of the available options, are explored here. 5. QoS (19 min) Quality of Service is critical in today's networks. Learn all about it in this action-packed Nugget. 6. FHRP (19 min) HSRP, GLBP, VRRP… Learn about these important protocols here. 7. NTP (13 min) You down with NTP? The Network Time Protocol can be a bit tricky. Master it here! 8. DHCP- DHCPv6 (13 min) This Nugget explores DHCP and DHCPv6 in depth. 9. NAT (18 min) Network Address Translation can be tricky. This Nugget makes it easy. 10. IP SLA and Object Tracking (13 min) Service Level Agreement technology is built into many of your Cisco devices. Learn to exploit this technology with this Nugget, especially in conjunction with object tracking. 11. NetFlow (9 min) Cisco NetFlow can really help you in detailed monitoring of your network. Master it with this Nugget. 12. EEM (10 min) Embedded Event Manager can assist us when we program for our routers and switches, making the device more intelligent and flexible than ever. Enjoy this technology here.
  5. CBT Nuggets Cisco CCIE RS v5 All-In-One: 2.0 Layer 2 Technologies CBT Nuggets Cisco CCIE RS v5 All-In-One: 2.0 Layer 2 Technologies CBT Nuggets Cisco CCIE RS v5 All-In-One: 2.0 Layer 2 Technologies This Cisco video training course with Jeremy Cioara and Keith Barker focuses on the topics listed in the “Layer 2 Technologies” section of Cisco’s blueprint for the CCIE R&S v5 exam and lab. This is the second of 6 CCIE courses from CBT Nuggets. Related area of expertise: Cisco networking level 3 Recommended skills: Although not required, it is recommended that a person preparing for the CCIE in Routing and Switching already have the skills and knowledge addressed in the Cisco CCNA and CCNP for R/S. (Those courses are available from CBT Nuggets). Knowledge of using GNS3 will be helpful for individuals who plan on creating a virtualized network to practice with (GNS3 training is also available via CBT Nuggets). Recommended equipment: GNS3 or physical routers, and physical switches that support the features demonstrated in the videos. Related certifications: CCIE Routing and Switching, v5 Related job functions: Plan, operate and troubleshoot complex network infrastructures The Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert, or CCIE, is a technical certification offered by Cisco Systems. The CCIE certifies the skills required of network engineers to plan, operate and troubleshoot complex, converged network infrastructures on a wide variety of Cisco equipment. The CCIE is one of the most prestigious networking certifications in the industry. This course is the first of six courses that make up the entire curriculum. These six courses follow the official blueprint. Download Link Buy Premium To Get Max Speed & Resumable Support Download : [Hidden Content] 1. Welcome! (5 min) This Nugget provides an overview of the course and tips on how to be successful in your journey towards CCIE certification. 2. Implement and Troubleshoot Switch Administration (9 min) Cisco defines three core areas of switch administration for the CCIE written exam: MAC address management, err-disable recovery, and L2 MTU. In this Nugget, Jeremy unpacks each competency and with a demonstration of each concept. 3. Implement and Troubleshoot Layer 2 Protocols (23 min) UDLD, LLDP, and CDP... oh my! Knowing both Cisco's proprietary and the Open Standard protocol for neighbor discovery are important topics for the CCIE v5 candidate. In this Nugget, Keith discusses both these L2 protocols, along with Unidirectional Link Detection (UDLD), including demonstrations, configuration, and verification. 4. Implement and Troubleshoot VLANs (21 min) VLANs are EVERYWHERE, both on the CCIE exam and in the real world! This network segmenting concept allows such flexibility and creativity in your network design (not to mention efficiency), that it would be a travesty for it NOT to be on the CCIE exam. In this Nugget, Jeremy unpacks VLANs (access ports, trunks, etc...), the VLAN database, normal, extended, and voice VLANs, and VLAN troubleshooting. 5. Trunking: Implement and Troubleshoot (38 min) Dot1q trunking, VTP versions 1-3 along with manual and dynamic pruning of transit traffic, are all on the blueprint for the CCIE Route/Switch version 5. In this Nugget, Keith discuses and demonstrates these trunking-related protocols including VTPv3. Whether you are preparing for the CCIE or just want be better prepared to implement and support these protocols, this video is for you. 6. Etherchannel: Implement and Troubleshoot (29 min) More bandwidth? For free? Where do I sign up?!? Welcome to the glorious world of Etherchannel (called LAG ports in the non-Cisco world), giving you the ability to bundle up to eight ports together and deliver monster throughput. In this Nugget, Jeremy breaks down core Etherchannel concepts, LACP, PAgP, and manual configuration methods, L2 vs. L3 Etherchannel and configuration, Etherchannel load balancing, and Etherchannel misconfiguration guard. 7. Spanning Tree: Implement and Troubleshoot (55 min) In this Nugget, Keith chats with you about PVST+, RPVST+, MST, and STP +1's such as port fast, BPDU guard, loop guard, root guard, and BPDU filter. This video also includes a demonstration regarding configuration and verification of these protocols and features. 8. Chassis Virtualization & Aggregation (8 min) Switches can be logically grouped for ease of management, as well as for fault tolerance. In this Nugget, Keith describes the chassis aggregation and virtualization technologies of Stackwise and Virtual Switch System (VSS). 9. Spanning Tree: Describe Spanning-Tree Concepts (34 min) Because it "just works" (most of the time!), Spanning Tree Protocol is often one of the least understood technologies in the network landscape. In this Nugget, Jeremy runs you through a "cram course" of Spanning Tree, breaking down CST/STP (802.1D), RSTP, and MST, in addition to understanding concepts such as STP Dispute and Bridge Assurance. 10. SPAN, RSPAN, and ERSPAN (15 min) It's the language of network monitoring: SPAN! In this Nugget, Jeremy walks through each of the SPAN flavors conceptually and sets up some fairly sweet Wireshark-based demonstrations of each technology. Monitor away!! 11. IGMP: Implement and Troubleshoot (26 min) In this Nugget, Keith talks about the snooping and mapping capabilities on the switch to dynamically learn and map client ports to IPv4/IPv6 multicast groups. Demonstrations of implementation and verification are provided. 12. Implement and Troubleshoot HDLC (5 min) HDLC (aka cHDLC) is likely the simplest Layer 2 encapsulation protocol in existence today, and rightly so! Jeremy cuts right to the facts you need in this quick explanation and demonstration of the HDLC protocol. 13. Implementing and Troubleshooting PPP (25 min) The simplicity of HDLC is fantastic, but there is a absolute need for more: more features, more flexibility, and more compatibility. Welcome to the scene: PPP! In this Nugget, Jeremy breaks down the PPP protocol architecturally and discusses the Link Control Protocol (LCP), the Network Control Protocol (NCP), PPP encapsulation, authentication, and multilink configuration. 14. WAN Rate-limited Ethernet (9 min) MAN (Metropolitan Area Network) and WAN (Wide Area Network) services can be delivered to the customer through the familiar User-Network Interface (UNI) of an Ethernet Port. This Nugget describes the topologies and considerations for using MAN/WAN rate-limited Ethernet. More to come............Keep an eye on the source
  6. Hi all, i'm very new here and this is my very first post! Anyways, my question is - has anyone got CBT Nuggets Exam 70-623 PRO: Supporting and Troubleshooting Applications on a Windows Vista Client for Consumer Support Technicians for download? I have searched everywhere for it and the only torrents i can find have no life left in them There was a post on here somewhere which had rapidshare links (or similar) which are now dead. Can someone please re-upload? Any help would be great!
  7. CBT Nuggets Cisco CCNP ROUTE 642-902 Implementing Cisco IP Routing Trainer: Jeremy Cioara | Videos: 28 | Time: 15 hrs Cisco’s approach to its ROUTE exam is entirely real-world, and Jeremy’s video series really prepares you for the exam with GNS3 (an open-source Cisco emulator) labs. By the time you’re done watching you’ll be ready to Configure EIGRP, OSPF, and BGP at a master level; grasp the big-picture of worldwide Cisco network design; fill in plenty of “knowledge gaps” left by the CCNA on routing protocols; and confidently sit for the exam. Download: [Hidden Content]
  8. Hi all, Need CCNP Collaboration training videos. CBT Nuggets or any other source. Thanks
  9. CBT Nuggets Docker CBT Nuggets Docker CBT Nuggets Docker>/H2> Docker is a container management system that virtualizes application environments, allowing for higher density server usage without the need for additional hardware virtualization. Recommended skills: Intermediate-level Linux skills Recommended equipment: 64-bit Linux system, virtualized or installed directly on hardware Related certifications: Linux Essentials LPIC-1/Linux+ CentOS System Administrator Related job functions: System administration Development DevOps Docker is a management and deployment layer built on the âcontainerâ concept that virtualizes an applicationâs environment without the overhead of virtualizing the hardware itself. This course teaches the installation, use, and management of these âDockerizedâ applications in a real world environment. Download Link Buy Premium To Get Max Speed & Resumable Support Download : [Hidden Content] [hide][/hide] 1. Intro (1 min) Docker is an incredible and flexible tool that will likely benefit any server infrastructure. In this course we learn what Docker is, what it does, and how we can take advantage of its features! 2. Containers vs Virtual Machines (9 min) Docker containers are a form of virtualization, but they’re different than the traditional virtual machine concept. In this Nugget, we learn the differences, along with the advantages and disadvantages of both. 3. How Docker Works (7 min) Conceptually, Docker containers are great. In this Nugget, we learn what Docker actually does, and how it creates, manages, and maintains images and containers. 4. Docker Installer (Deconstructed!) (6 min) Docker runs on Windows, OSX, and Linux. It’s most common implementation is on Linux, and in this Nugget, we learn to install it. Because Docker containers aren’t dependent on a specific host operating system, you can use whatever distribution you like (for the most part)! 5. Create a Simple Dockerized App (9 min) The easiest way to start with Docker is to download a pre-made image from the Docker Hub. Using the community-driven repository enables you to get common apps downloaded and running in minutes. 6. Managing Containers and Images (13 min) Once you start creating Dockerized applications, it’s easy to fill your system with old images, stopped containers, and a plethora of outdated versions of your application sitting around on your system. In this Nugget, we learn to identify how images and containers should be treated, and the commands to manage them. 7. Networking (11 min) Most applications in a Docker environment need to have network connectivity. In this Nugget, we learn how Docker handles the IP addressing for containers and how we can access them from the local network. 8. Advanced Networking (11 min) Docker’s default bridged networking is robust and elegant, but does have a few shortcomings. In this Nugget, we learn to map ports to the host IP address, and also how to circumvent the entire bridged networking system to share the host IP with our containers. 9. Shared and Persistent Data (8 min) Docker containers are designed to be ephemeral, so it’s not ideal to store important data inside the running instance. In this Nugget, we learn to mount external volumes from the host system, so that our data is stored safely outside the running containers. 10. Modifying Containers and Images (8 min) Occasionally, an image is almost exactly what we need, but not quite. It’s possible to connect to a container, make internal changes, and then save that container as an image. In this Nugget, we learn the nuances of working with custom images created on the fly. 11. Creating Images from Scratch (12 min) In this Nugget, we learn to create our own custom image, but rather than basing it off an existing image, we start from scratch with a Dockerfile. Building images from scratch is a perfect way to make sure you have only what components you want in your running containers. 12. Containers Working Together (10 min) In this Nugget, we combine the skills we’ve learned throughout the course to create containers that work together in order to provide a complete service. We also learn to use “data only containers,” which makes shared storage portable. 13. GUI Tools for Docker (7 min) We’ve learned to do all the heavy lifting with Docker on the command line, but there are some GUI options available as well. One in particular enables Windows and OSX users to take advantage of Docker!
  10. Can some please post new videos of CCDP ARCH 3.0 added to the existing CCDP 300-320 ARCH. Below are the added files. link: [Hidden Content] 52. ARCH 3.0: IS-IS Routing Design, IS-IS Overview (17 min) 53. ARCH 3.0: IS-IS Neighbors and Area Design (15 min) 54. ARCH 3.0: The Keys to IS-IS Addressing (9 min) 55. ARCH 3.0: Inside the Simple Routing Mind of IS-IS (10 min) 56. ARCH 3.0: IS-IS Design Principles (11 min) 57. ARCH 3.0: Data Center - Virtual Port Channel, Multichassis Etherchannel, and Fabric Extenders (10 min) 58. ARCH 3.0: Cisco's TRILL Solution: FabricPath (8 min) 59. ARCH 3.0: What is SDN? (9 min) 60. ARCH 3.0: How SDN Works (10 min) 61. ARCH 3.0: Data Center Interconnects (DCI) (15 min) 62. ARCH 3.0: QoS Overview and Models (14 min) 63. ARCH 3.0: QoS — Tools of the Trade (16 min) 64. ARCH 3.0: QoS — Understanding the Two Models (6 min) 65. ARCH 3.0: QoS — Deploying QoS (16 min) 66. ARCH 3.0: QoS — Big Picture Design (14 min) 67. ARCH 3.0: IPv6 Addressing and Subnetting Review (11 min) 68. ARCH 3.0 — How to Get Started with IPv6 (11 min) 69. ARCH 3.0: IPv6 — Transition Mechanisms (14 min)
  11. CBT Nuggets Cisco CCNP Security 300-208 SISAS CBT Nuggets Cisco CCNP Security 300-208 SISAS CBT Nuggets Cisco CCNP Security 300-208 SISAS Implementing Cisco Secure Access Solutions This Implementing Cisco Secure Access Solutions (SISAS) (300-208) video training course addresses the concepts and implementation of secure access using 802.1X and Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE). Topics covered include certificates, MAC authentication Bypass (MAB), AnyConnect Network Access Manager (NAM), active directory integration, authentication and authorization policies, profiling, posturing, MACsec, TrustSec, Sponsor Portals, BYOD, and more. Recommended skills CCNA Route/Switch and CCNA Security certification (or equivalent knowledge and skills) Knowledge of Microsoft Windows CCNA Security is a pre-requisite for the CCNP Security certification Recommended equipment: Switch Windows AD Identity Services Engine (ISE) AnyConnect suite (NAM and profile editor) 1 or more PCs to connect to switch Related certifications: CCNP Security. This course (SISAS exam # 300-208) is part of the curriculum in the Cisco Certified Network Professional Security (CCNP© Security) certification Related job functions: Network engineer Network technician Network designer Security analyst Security auditor Penetration tester Security architect Technical manager The focus of this course is to assist you in learning how to implement and manage network access security using Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE) and 802.1x solutions. The CCNA Wireless course is highly recommended as wireless access can be closely integrated with ISE. CBT Nuggets Cisco CCNP Security 300-208 SISAS Free Download Links Uploaded Download Links Get Premium Uploaded Account: Max Speed & Resumable Support Download : [Hidden Content] FileFactory Download Links For Full Speed Download Buy FileFactory Premium Account: [hide] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]] 1. Course Introduction (3 min) In this Nugget, Keith welcomes you to the course and shares some tips on how you can get the most from this course. 2. ISE, ISE, Baby (24 min) The Identity Services Engine (ISE) is a AAA server that can be used for centralized authentication, authorization, and accounting including 802.1x services. In this Nugget, Keith walks you through the configuration required to communicate between an ISE server and a switch acting as a RADIUS client. 3. 802.1x Wired (40 min) Building on the RADIUS between the switch and the ISE server, we can configure 802.1x port-based authentication and authorization on the switch. In this Nugget, Keith demonstrates the configuration and verification of 802.1x using a native Windows supplicant. 4. CA Certificates (19 min) Using the Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and a CA that is already trusted by browsers, we can install a CA assigned identity certificate on our ISE server for the benefit of client verification of the ISE server. In this Nugget, Keith demonstrates how to install the root CA cert and a CA-signed ISE identity certificate on the ISE server. 5. 802.1X MAB (27 min) MAC Authentication Bypass (MAB) can be used to authenticate devices that don't have a supplicant. In this Nugget, Keith walks you through MAB concepts, along with a demonstration of configuration and verification of MAB. 6. AnyConnect Supplicant (18 min) The Network Access Manager (NAM) portion of AnyConnect can act as an 802.1x supplicant. In this Nugget, Keith shows you how to install and use NAM, along with an introduction to Cisco's profile manager. 7. ISE and AD (31 min) ISE can leverage Microsoft's AD and the existing users there for 802.1x authentication. In this Nugget, Keith explains and demonstrates ISE and AD integration, including verification and troubleshooting. 8. Authorization Profiles (36 min) In this Nugget, Keith walks you through the concepts, configuration, and verification of customized authorization profiles. AD user and computer authentication requirements and AD group membership for 802.1x authentication also are demonstrated in this video. 9. Web-Based User Authentication (31 min) When a supplicant isn't running and there isn't a MAB entry for a MAC address, we can still authenticate a user by redirecting the user web traffic to a portal on the ISE server to allow the user to authenticate via a Web interface (WebAuth). In this Nugget, Keith explains, demonstrates, and verifies WebAuth. The switch configuration is available in the NuggetLab files for this course. 10. What is Posture? (7 min) In this Nugget, Keith introduces you to the concept of posture and compliance checking using ISE. 11. Preparing ISE for NAC Provisioning (6 min) ISE doesn't have updated NAC agents or posture information by default. In this Nugget, Keith walks you through how to update both of these on an ISE server. 12. Provisioning NAC agents from ISE (13 min) This Nugget covers the policies and profiles used to provision clients with NAC agents from the ISE server. 13. Posture Compliance (13 min) In this Nugget, Keith explains and demonstrates the implementation and verification of a posture policy using ISE and the NAC agent. 14. Profiling Endpoints (12 min) In this Nugget, Keith explains the benefits and methods used to profile endpoints in a network managed via ISE. 15. What are MACsec and TrustSec? (6 min) In this Nugget, Keith walks you through the concepts of MACsec and TrustSec, along with the benefits they can provide. 16. Implement TrustSec (10 min) In this Nugget, Keith walks you through an example of configurations required on Identity Services Engine (ISE), and a Network Access Device (NAD) to implement Security Group Tag (SGT)-based Security Group Access Control Lists (SGACLs). The switch configurations used are in the NuggetLab files for this course. 17. ISE Personas (4 min) ISE functions such as administration, policy service, monitoring, and inline posturing are referred to as personas. These functions can be implemented in a distributed ISE environment for fault tolerance and better performance. This Nugget describes those concepts. 18. Sponsor Portal Concepts (5 min) This Nugget describes the concept of a sponsor portal to allow the receptionist to set up guest network access for users. 19. Implement an ISE Sponsor Portal (7 min) In this Nugget, Keith shows you how to set up a Sponsor Portal on an ISE server. 20. BYOD (4 min) In this Nugget, Keith talks with you about the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) concept, and shares some ideas about how new computing devices could be on-boarded into an ISE environment. 21. Final Thoughts for SISAS (3 min) In this Nugget, Keith shares some tips about preparing for the real world, as well as certification if that is your goal.
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  13. CBT Nuggets - Cisco CCNP Routing/Switching 300-135 TSHOOT .MP4, AVC, 1000 kbps, 1280x720 | English, AAC, 64 kbps, 2 Ch | 4 hrs | 2.8 GB Instructor: Jeremy Cioara This Cisco video training course with Jeremy Cioara covers the material needed for the 300-135 Cisco TSHOOT exam with real-world experience and gobs of technical content packed together in one. Recommended skills: Deep understanding of concepts taught in ICND1/ICND2 Understanding of the concepts taught in ROUTE/SWITCH Access to TSHOOT Hands-On Labs series Recommended equipment: GNS3 Network Emulator and Keith Barker’s TSHOOT Hands-On Labs topologies Related certifications: Cisco CCNP Routing and Switching Cisco CCIE Routing and Switching Related job functions: Network technician Network engineer The TSHOOT series brings all the concepts covered in the ROUTE and SWITCH series home with an in-depth look at troubleshooting concepts and practice. Jeremy opens the series with big picture concepts that build your troubleshooting mindset and then works through each of the concepts covered in the ROUTE and SWITCH series with a fly-by concept review and a longer discussion covering the areas that can fail when using this technology. This series should be coupled with the TSHOOT Hands-on Labs series, which will apply the concepts you have learned in a practical lab situation. More Info: [Hidden Content] Table of Contents: 1. Welcome to TSHOOT: Course Overview (7 min) 2. Foundations: Cultivating a Troubleshooting Mindset (17 min) 3. Foundations: Troubleshooting Methods (16 min) 4. Foundations: Preventing Troubleshooting with Proactive Network Maintenance (17 min) 5. Foundations: Building a Troubleshooting Laptop (16 min) 6. Foundations: Built-in IOS Troubleshooting Tools (23 min) 7. Foundations: Switchport Monitoring with SPAN and RSPAN (5 min) 8. Foundations: Switch Performance Troubleshooting (20 min) 9. Foundations: Router Performance Troubleshooting (16 min) 10. Switch: Troubleshooting Trunks and VTP (12 min) 11. Switch: Troubleshooting VLANs (22 min) 12. Switch: Troubleshooting Spanning Tree Protocol (19 min) 13. Switch: Troubleshooting SVIs and Routed Ports (12 min) 14. Switch: Troubleshooting L2 and L3 Etherchannel (20 min) 15. Switch: Troubleshooting HSRP, VRRP, GLBP (21 min) 16. Switch: Troubleshooting Port Security (7 min) 17. Switch: Troubleshooting Spoofing Security Features (8 min) 18. Switch: Troubleshooting Private VLANs (9 min) 19. Route: Troubleshooting IPv4 Addressing and DHCP (12 min) 20. Route: Troubleshooting NAT (12 min) 21. Route: Troubleshooting IPv6 Addressing (17 min) 22. Route: Troubleshooting IPv4 Access Lists (13 min) 23. Route: Troubleshooting IPv6 Access Lists (9 min) 24. Route: Troubleshooting Prefix Lists (9 min) 25. Route: Troubleshooting Static Routes and GRE Tunnels (17 min) 26. Route: Troubleshooting RIPv2 (10 min) 27. Route: Troubleshooting RIPng (9 min) 28. Route: Troubleshooting EIGRP (18 min) 29. Route: Troubleshooting EIGRPv6 (8 min) 30. Route: Troubleshooting OSPF (19 min) 31. Route: Troubleshooting OSPFv3 (10 min) 32. Route: Troubleshooting Route Maps and PBR (16 min) 33. Route: Troubleshooting Route Redistribution (13 min) 34. Route: Troubleshooting BGP Neighbor Adjacencies (13 min) 35. Route: Troubleshooting BGP Routes (13 min) 36. Management: Troubleshooting Syslog, SNMP, and NTP (8 min) 37. Management: Troubleshooting IP SLA, SPAN, and RSPAN (19 min) 38. Management: Troubleshooting Telnet and SSH (6 min) 39. Management: Troubleshooting AAA (7 min) 40. Espresso Roasting and Other Exam Study Tactics (7 min) [Hidden Content]
  14. CBT Nuggets Cisco CCNP Security 300-207 SITCS Implementing Cisco Threat Control Solutions Oday Release! CBT Nuggets Cisco CCNP Security 300-207 SITCS CBT Nuggets Cisco CCNP Security 300-207 SITCS This Implementing Cisco Threat Control Solutions (SITCS, 300-207) course provides training on integration of Intrusion Prevention System (IPS, not SourceFire) context-aware firewall components (not SourceFire), as well as web (Cloud) and email security solutions. Recommended Experience CCNA Route/Switch and CCNA Security certification (or equivalent knowledge and skills) Knowledge of Microsoft Windows CCNA Security is a pre-requisite for the CCNP Security certification Recommended Equipment Evaluation or test lab licenses for the Email Security Appliance (ESA), Web Security Appliance (WSA) ASA Firewall IOS Router Virtualization Environment, such as VMware Related Certifications CCNP Security. This course (SITCS exam # 300-207) is part of the curriculum in the Cisco Certified Network Professional Security (CCNP© Security) certification Related Job Functions Network Analyst Network Engineer Network Technician Network Designer Security Analyst Security Auditor Penetration Tester Security Architect Technical Manager Keith Barker has been a CBT Nuggets trainer since 2012 and holds a variety of networking and security certifications, including CCIE R&S, CCIE Security, (ISC)2 CISSP, Palo Alto CNSE, and Check Point CCSA. Get Download Link: [Hidden Content]
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  16. CBT Nuggets ISACA CISA CBT Nuggets ISACA CISA – Free Download Description CBT Nuggets ISACA CISA Certified Information Systems Auditor Certified Information Systems Auditor This course covers ISACA CISA objectives. Without comprehensive security plans, policies, and procedures, your organization’s information security could be missing something – and that’s all it takes for the worst to happen. Recommended skills: Familiarity with IT operations Familiarity with IT development lifecycles and project management Recommended equipment: No special equipment or software needed Related certifications: Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) Related job functions: Operations management Development management Project management Auditor As a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), you’ll perform business-critical functions by assessing your organization’s IT and business systems to ensure they are monitored, controlled, and protected. CISA is on the level of CISSP and CCIE in prestige – and in the way it distinguishes you from your peers. CISA globally recognized within the IT industry and beyond, used by the US Department of Defense and others as a minimum requirement for many high-end security positions. And studies have found that having the CISA credential can increase your salary potential. Download Links: [Hidden Content]
  17. CBT Nuggets Cisco CCIE RS v5 All-In-One: the Complete Series We are happy to provide in one shot the full collection of CBT Nuggets cisco CCIE RS v5 All In One Series! This is one of the best training material for CCIE Routing a Switching Certifications and knowledge corpus! We hope you enjoy it! Here is a little summary of the different episode of the Series: CBT Nuggets Cisco CCIE RS v5 All-In-One: 1.0 Network Principles [Hidden Content] CBT Nuggets Cisco CCIE RS v5 All-In-One: 2.0 Layer 2 Technologies [Hidden Content] CBT Nuggets Cisco CCIE RS v5 All-In-One: 3.0 Layer 3 Technologies [Hidden Content] CBT Nuggets Cisco CCIE RS v5 All-In-One: 4.0 VPN Technologies [Hidden Content] CBT Nuggets Cisco CCIE RS v5 All-In-One: 5.0 Infrastructure Security [Hidden Content] CBT Nuggets Cisco CCIE RS v5 All-In-One: 6.0 Infrastructure Services [Hidden Content] Anthony Sequeira and Keith Barker have been working hard to complete the recording of Cisco CCIE RS V5 All In One Course at CBT Nuggets! Every episode of the around 2-hour each courses focuses on the infrastructure domain of the CCIE R&S exam, including topics such as device management, NTP, and NetFlow. In addition to preparing them for both the written and lab exams, this course also aims to provide learners with hands-on experience. Here’s a list of all the courses in the series in case you need to catch up or review: Cisco CCIE RS v5 All-In-One: 1.0 Network Principles Cisco CCIE RS v5 All-In-One: 2.0 Layer 2 Technologies Cisco CCIE RS v5 All-In-One: 3.0 Layer 3 Technologies Cisco CCIE RS v5 All-In-One: 4.0 VPN Technologies Cisco CCIE RS v5 All-In-One: 5.0 Infrastructure Security Cisco CCIE RS v5 All-In-One: 6.0 Infrastructure Services All files are found on uploaded.net. You can get them at fastest speed ever by grabbing a premium account. You will get download speed up to 100Mb, and every download manager support plus resumable downloads!
  18. CBT Nuggets Cisco CCIE RS v5 All-In-One: 5.0 Infrastructure Security CBT Nuggets Cisco CCIE RS v5 All-In-One: 5.0 Infrastructure Security CBT Nuggets Cisco CCIE RS v5 All-In-One: 5.0 Infrastructure Security Part five of our series on version 5 CCIE R&S training here at CBT Nuggets builds directly on the four previous parts. Here, you prepare for both the written exam, as well as the lab exam on key topics involving security. From authentication and authorization to all kinds of control lists, master the technologies taking corporations by storm today as they work tirelessly to secure their networks. Recommended skills: Knowledge of CCIE RS v5 All-In-One parts 1 through 4 Recommended equipment: GNS3 VIRL IOS 15.x Cisco Routers Related certifications: CCIE RS v5 Related job functions: Network admin Network operations analyst Network technician Data Center admin Data Center technician Cisco-certified internetwork expert Routers and switches from Cisco are readily armed to help secure your network environment. In this course (part five of our six-part series), you examine many of the security capabilities of Cisco routers and switches. Just as you experienced in the previous four CCIE training courses, this installment provides the theory and the hands-on approach required to master the technologies for written and lab excellence. Topics are broken up into very detailed components to promote easy understanding, as well as pinpoint review areas. Download Link Buy Premium To Get Max Speed & Resumable Support Download : [Hidden Content] 1. Course Introduction (3 min) Are you excited for this part of the CCIE R&S series? If you aren’t, check out this introduction! 2. AAA with Local Database (9 min) Use the powerful AAA system in order to control authentication to your Cisco devices. This Nugget shows you how. 3. AAA with RADIUS or TACACS+ (13 min) Time to make things scalable when it comes to AAA! 4. 802.1X (8 min) Here is a topic we need to master for the written exam. I think you will be really impressed with this cutting-edge security technology. 5. Other Device Access Controls (11 min) In this Nugget, we examine various methods you should be aware of in order to protect and control access into your Cisco device. This includes the protecting the lines in (VTY, AUX, CON) and management plane protection. 6. Control Plane Policing (13 min) Do you lie awake at night worried about DoS attacks and other issues — thanks to dynamic routing protocols and other forms of control plane traffic? This Nugget is for you. 7. VACLs and PACLs (11 min) VLAN access control lists and port-based access control lists are fundamental security mechanisms that are explored fully in this Nugget. 8. Storm Control (4 min) No, this has nothing to do with the weather! Instead, this Nugget examines how to control your key ports against floods of unicast, multicast, or broadcast traffic. 9. DHCP Snooping (16 min) Your *** probably taught you that it was bad to snoop. Well, sometimes. In this case, it is important as we guard against all kinds of DHCP attacks including the dreaded rogue DHCP server. 10. IP Source Guard and DAI (8 min) DHCP snooping leads to other great anti-spoofing features. This Nugget explores those. 11. Port Security (14 min) Port security is simple, and powerful. This feature guards against many, many different attack forms. In this Nugget, you master this technique once and for all. 12. Private VLANs (13 min) Many students are confused when it comes to private VLANs. This Nugget makes the topic simple for you. 13. IPv4 ACLs (18 min) Access control lists are critical to the operation of Cisco devices. Master them in this Nugget. 14. IPv6 ACLs (7 min) This Nugget ensures you understand IPv6 ACLs as well as you do IPv4 ACLs. 15. Unicast Reverse Path Forwarding (7 min) No one likes to be spoofed in their network today! This Nugget shows a simple but powerful defense against this common IP attack. 16. IPv6 First Hop Security (5 min) There are many new security capabilities in IPv6. This Nugget examines protecting the first hop.
  19. CBT Nuggets Cisco CCIE RS v5 All-In-One: 4.0 VPN Technologies CBT Nuggets Cisco CCIE RS v5 All-In-One: 4.0 VPN Technologies CBT Nuggets Cisco CCIE RS v5 All-In-One: 4.0 VPN Technologies Part four of our series on the version 5 CCIE R&S training here at CBT Nuggets builds directly on the three previous parts. Here, you prepare for both the written exam as well as the lab exam on key topics involving virtual private networks. From the DMVPN to the GETVPN, master the technologies taking corporations by storm today — as they try and protect their data as it courses through the veins of public Internet connections. Recommended skills: Knowledge of CCIE RS v5 All-In-One parts 1 through 3 Recommended equipment: GNS3 VIRL IOS 15.x Cisco Routers Related certifications: CCIE RS v5 Related job functions: Network admin Network operations analyst Network technician Data Center admin Data Center technician Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert Virtual private networking technologies are now quite commonplace in corporate networks. Cisco has responded by adding many topics in this area to the Routing and Switching CCIE. This course ensures you are adequately prepared. And this area is tricky because some of the topic domains are written exam-only, while some are lab potential. To make matters more complicated, many of the topics have a potentially very deep scope, but not so for the Routing and Switching CCIE. This course covers these technologies to the extent you require. The topic list for this course reads like a “greatest hits” list for recent technologies, including MPLS, DMVPNs, site-to-site VPNS, and GETVPNs. These technologies are not just “nice to have,” but are considered critical in many environments today. Just as you experienced in the previous three CCIE training courses, this installment provides the theory and the hands-on approach required to master the technologies for written and lab excellence. Topics are broken up into very detailed components to promote easy understanding, as well as pinpoint review areas. Download Link Buy Premium To Get Max Speed & Resumable Support Download : [Hidden Content] 1. Welcome to Part 4 of CCIE RS v5 All-In-One (3 min) Please enjoy this short introduction video to the remainder of the course. 2. MPLS Labels (8 min) Where is the label? What is it made up of? Learn all of this and more. 3. LSRs (7 min) Label switch routers are the stars of the show in your MPLS network. This Nugget breaks down the various types and their roles. 4. LSPs (8 min) Label-switched paths are used in MPLS to move packets from one location to another in the cloud. This Nugget details this process for you. It also makes clear the concept of a FEC. 5. Bonus Tip: The Cisco Feature Navigator (5 min) How do you know if your Cisco device can run MPLS so you can follow along with these videos? It is the CFN to the rescue! 6. Label Distribution (7 min) What are the options for distributing labels throughout the MPLS cloud? This Nugget contains the answers. It also provides a quick review of the label process. 7. The LFIB (6 min) The label forwarding instance base is a key element of MPLS operations. This Nugget details this and more for you. 8. Creating the Provider Core Topology (12 min) In this Nugget, Anthony demonstrates how simple it is to use Cisco VIRL in order to create the provider core topology. With a few clicks of the mouse, OSPF is configured between five devices, consisting of two PE devices and three P devices. 9. Configuring Basic MPLS (8 min) In this Nugget, Anthony demonstrates how remarkably easy it is to configure basic MPLS on IOS devices. 10. Verifying Basic MPLS (12 min) In this action-packed Nugget, join Anthony as he walks you through verifying the basic MPLS configuration, and the labels used in a sample LSP. 11. LDP at the CLI (20 min) In this Nugget, we dig deeper into the operation of LDP in MPLS. This Nugget includes key verifications. 12. Bonus Tip: Tracking Your Study Progress (7 min) This Nugget details a powerful strategy for tracking your progress through the written and lab exams. 13. Troubleshooting the Provider Network (21 min) This Nugget takes a break from new material and examines a structured approach to troubleshooting the MPLS Provider network. 14. MPLS PING (9 min) Learn why classic ping will not cut it for your MPLS network. Also, see the new MPLS pin in action. 15. MPLS Traceroute (9 min) That's right. PING is not the only utility to get a facelift for use with MPLS. This Nugget examines MPLS Traceroute in detail. 16. MBGP on the PE Devices (13 min) This Nugget guides you through the why and the how of using multi-protocol BGP on the provider edge devices in your Layer 3 MPLS VPN. 17. VRFs on the PE Devices (12 min) This Nugget dissects the virtual routing and forwarding instances and their creation on the provider edge devices. 18. CE to PE Routing (12 min) The configuration of the various dynamic routing protocols is slightly unique on the PE devices. This is because of the VRFs. This Nugget reviews these configurations and verifications. 19. Redistr and Verif in the L3 MPLS VPN (20 min) In this Nugget, we put some finishing touches on the L3 MPLS VPN and verify its functionality. 20. Extranet: Route Leaking (20 min) What if the MPLS service provider needs to access resources inside a customer site? Or, what if one customer needs to share resources with another customer? This Nugget covers route leaking in the L3 MPLS design. 21. GRE (12 min) Generic routing encapsulation can be very useful. This Nugget describes how, and walks you through a fully functional demonstration. 22. mGRE (8 min) This Nugget details multipoint GRE and describes how it can assist us dramatically in the creation of dynamic VPNs. 23. NHRP (7 min) DMVPNs require that routers run Next Hop Resolution Protocol (NHRP), which uses a client-server model. This Nugget ensures you are up to speed on the theory behind this protocol. 24. Introduction to DMVPN (7 min) In this Nugget, Anthony introduces you to the DMVPN concept. 25. Building a Practice DMVPN Topology (15 min) In this Nugget, we prepare to test DMVPN at the command line. 26. NHRP in the DMVPN – EIGRP (22 min) In this Nugget, we practice the NHRP configuration for the DMVPN at the command line. EIGRP is the dynamic routing protocol used in the private networks. 27. IPSec in the DMVPN (9 min) This Nugget demonstrates how easy it is to add security to the DMVPN. 28. OSPF in the DMVPN (5 min) This Nugget ensures you can configure OSPF as the private routing protocol in your DMVPN environment. 29. QoS Pre-Classify (11 min) What about honoring QoS required information in a packet of the DMVPN? This Nugget reviews some key methods. 30. Legacy Site to Site IPsec VPNs (16 min) How was the site to site VPN traditionally built with IPsec? This Nugget will show you how. 31. VTI Site to Site IPsec VPNs (14 min) This Nugget provides a more modern look at IPsec VPNs.These use virtual tunnel interfaces that provide many advantages we will cover. 32. AToM (9 min) Any Transport over MPLS is really cool. In this Nugget, you find out just how cool it is for connecting your sites at Layer 2. 33. L2TPV3 (10 min) If you want AToM like behavior, but you lack MPLS, L2TPv3 might just be for you. 34. VPLS (9 min) Virtual private LAN Service (VPLS) is super cool. This tech allows a provider to connect Ethernet-based sites with a minimum of workload. Learn about this technology here! 35. GET VPN (12 min) Want a tunnel-less IPsec solution? This Nugget covers one in the GET VPN set of technologies.
  20. CBT Nuggets Cisco CCIE RS v5 All-In-One: 3.0 Layer 3 Technologies CBT Nuggets Cisco CCIE RS v5 All-In-One: 3.0 Layer 3 Technologies CBT Nuggets Cisco CCIE RS v5 All-In-One: 3.0 Layer 3 Technologies ere it is! Part 3 of our 6-part course on the CCIE R&S Version 5 written and lab exams! Trainers Scott Morris and Anthony Sequeira are the stars of this show as they guide students through the vast number of critical Layer 3 exam topics. Enjoy interesting lectures, sample written and lab challenges, and actually ENJOY the process of preparing for your CCIE. Download Link Buy Premium To Get Max Speed & Resumable Support Download : [Hidden Content] 1. Bonus Tip Nugget: Rule Changes!!! (9 min) Rules regarding CCIE written and lab exam retakes are about to change. What other rules have changed? In fact, what are the current rules to begin with? Learn how to answer these critical questions in this Bonus Tip Nugget. 2. IPv4 Addressing Technologies (16 min) What if you forget the specific ranges for multicast addressing during your lab exam? Where can you go to quickly review the fundamentals of IPv4 such as subnetting and VLSM? This Nugget has your answers. 3. IPv6 Addressing Formats (26 min) This Nugget explores the wonder of IPv6 addresses, including their many formats such as Link Local, Global, ULA, and others! 4. IPv6 Addressing EUI-64 and Multicast (17 min) This Nugget explores the wonder of IPv6 addresses, including EUI-64 formatting and Multicast! 5. IPv6 Addressing Neighbor Discovery (12 min) This Nugget explores the wonder of IPv6 addresses, including important topics such as Neighbor Discovery (ND) and Automatic Addressing (SLAAC). 6. IPv6 Addressing Configuration and Monitoring (26 min) This Nugget explores the wonder of IPv6 addresses from a lab point of view, and actually SHOWS the configuration tasks involved, as well as verification techniques. 7. Multicast RPF (18 min) Master the RPF check process in multicast environments, including the dreaded RPF failures and their fixes. This Nugget also examines the potential for RPF failure in multicast tunnel environments. 8. IPv4 PIM-Dense Mode (PIM-DM) (18 min) PIM Dense Mode is explored fully in this critical Nugget covering IPv4 Multicast topics. 9. IPv4 PIM-Sparse Mode (PIM-SM) (17 min) This Nugget dissects PIM Sparse Mode, and is critical for those students who want to understand Multicast in a Cisco environment. This video also covers the static assignment of the RP. 10. BSR (17 min) Do you love open standards? You might just love BSR as an automated way in which to disseminate your RP information in Sparse Mode environment. 11. Auto-RP (18 min) Are open standards not your thing? Do you crave the use of Cisco proprietary protocols? Then this Nugget is for you! 12. S-D Mode, BIDIR-PIM, and SSM (19 min) Yes, believe it or not, there are other modes to talk about with PIM. This Nugget explores Sparse/Dense Mode, Bidirectional PIM, and Source Specific Multicast. 13. Group-To-RP Mapping and MCAST Bound. (23 min) This Nugget examines mapping RPs to specific groups, as well as options for bounding your Multicast traffic in the network. 14. Multicast Source Discovery Protocol (MSDP) (37 min) Master Intra-domain MSDP (anycast RP) and the SA filter functionality in this action-packed Nugget with Scott Morris. 15. Static Routing (17 min) In this Nugget, we review static routes, default static routes, and floating static routes. 16. Default Routing (15 min) This Nugget explores various methods for educating devices about a default route. 17. Routing Protocol Variations (20 min) Distance vector, versus link state, versus path vector… what does it all really mean? Find out here. 18. Bonus Tip Nugget: Blueprint Coverage (2 min) This Bonus Tip Nugget describes how we will be covering some of the blueprint items from your official study document from Cisco for Layer 3. Be sure to watch! 19. VRF Lite (14 min) In this Nugget, learn about the remarkable power of VRF Lite through a demonstration that you can practice yourself in GNS3. 20. Policy-Based Routing (24 min) Want to override the “normal” routing processes inside your network? This Nugget provides an explanation of the PBR capabilities, why you might do it, and then provides a detailed demonstration of PBR. 21. Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (9 min) BFD provides a low-overhead, short-duration method of detecting failures in the forwarding path between two adjacent routers, including the interfaces, data links, and forwarding planes. BFD is a detection protocol that you enable at the interface and routing protocol levels. This Nugget details what you need to know. 22. RIPv2 Concepts Review (15 min) Revisit an old friend, Routing Information Protocol (RIP), in this Nugget. 23. RIPv2 Basic Configuration (9 min) How can you configure RIPv2 in the best manner possible? Learn in this Nugget. 24. RIPv2 Authentication (9 min) Adding security to RIPv2 is a really good idea. This Nugget fully explores this topic with you. 25. RIPv2 Manual Summarization (9 min) Want to turn off automatic summarization in RIP and utilize manual summarization? This Nugget is for you. 26. RIPv2 Unicast Updates (6 min) Tired of broadcasting or multicasting updates in RIPv1 or RIPv2? This Nugget demonstrates how to unicast communications. 27. RIPv2 Timers (13 min) In this Nugget, Anthony Sequeira guides you through RIP timer manipulation. 28. RIPv2 Redistribution (7 min) How easy is it to redistribute into the RIP routing protocol? Find out in this Nugget. 29. RIPv2 Default Route Generation (7 min) In this Nugget, you learn to simple methods for default route generation in RIPv2. 30. RIPv2 Filtering (12 min) What if you want updates in RIP to be filtered? Or better yet, what if you want just one route being filtered? This Nugget explains it all for you. 31. RIPv2 Triggered (5 min) What about optimizing RIP for use on a WAN circuit? We do just that in this Nugget! 32. RIPv2 Loop Prevention (8 min) Could Split Horizon cause an issue in your Hub and Spoke WAN? Find out in this Nugget. 33. RIPv2 Admin Distance (6 min) Watch Anthony Sequeira demonstrate how easy it is to manipulate Administrative Distance in RIP version 2 in this Nugget. 34. RIPng (14 min) Yes, RIP had been ported to the IPv6 world. Learn about this new protocol in this Nugget. This video includes a full end-to-end configuration across a Frame Relay cloud. 35. EIGRP Basic Configuration (6 min) This Nugget shares two different configuration styles for EIGRP: a broad-based config and a very precise configuration. 36. EIGRP Packet Types (11 min) What packets are used in order to make EIGRP function? What is the difference between an internal prefix and an external prefix? Learn that and more in this important Nugget. 37. Troubleshooting EIGRP Neighbors (10 min) This Nugget guides you through the “ins and outs” of neighbor formation and troubleshooting. 38. EIGRP Loop Free Path Selection (14 min) FD, AD, RD, FC… what does it all mean? Find out that and more in this very informative Nugget. 39. EIGRP Authentication (9 min) How is authentication configured in an EIGRP AS? This Nugget has the answer. 40. EIGRP Default Route Generation (8 min) Need to generate a default route in your EIGRP domain? This Nugget provides you with options. 41. Controlling EIGRP Query Boundaries (10 min) Learn to optimize the operation of EIGRP in this Nugget. 42. EIGRP Stub Routing (18 min) Need to scope queries in your EIGRP domain? Here is one way. This Nugget details and demonstrates this feature for you. 43. EIGRP Graceful Shutdown (5 min) A simple built-in feature to EIGRP can really assist you if you need to reconfigure some of your EIGRP speakers, and you want fast convergence. 44. EIGRP Manual Summ. and MORE (17 min) Check out Cisco VIRL, named mode in EIGRP, and all aspects of manual summarization in this action-packed Nugget. 45. EIGRP Named Mode (11 min) In this Nugget, Anthony Sequeira guides you through the new Named Mode configuration option for EIGRP. This Nugget also provides a glimpse of Cisco VIRL for practicing configurations. 46. EIGRP for IPv6 (16 min) In this Nugget, you learn about the differences and similarities between EIGRP for IPv4 and IPv6. You also see how to automatically generate a configuration in Cisco VIRL. 47. BGP Protocol – States and Statuses (11 min) In this Nugget, we will learn the operational states and statuses of BGP peers as things are set up. 48. BGP Peering – Topology and Initial Design (6 min) In this Nugget, we will go over the concepts of BGP Peering and what is necessary to consider before configuration begins. 49. BGP Peering – Normal Configuration (6 min) In this Nugget, we will go through the configuration of BGP in the “normal” sense of configuration. 50. BGP Peering – Peer-Groups (6 min) In this Nugget, we will go over the configuration of BGP Peers with Peer Groups — and how to make efficient configurations. 51. BGP Peering – Dynamic Neighbors (12 min) In this Nugget, we will go through the configuration needed for Dynamic Peering in BGP and how it will affect relationships within a network. 52. BGP Operations – iBGP vs. eBGP (6 min) In this Nugget, we will go through the operational mechanisms of BGP and how routes are propogated within iBGP connections versus eBGP connections. 53. BGP Operations – Routes into the BGP Table (24 min) In this Nugget, we will go through configuration techniques and monitoring commands in order to bring routes into the BGP table — and begin to propagate throughout our network. 54. BGP Operations – 4-Byte and Private Autonomous System Numbers (10 min) In this Nugget, we will go through the evolution of Autonomous Systems and touch on some of the outlying features of 4-Byte ASNs and Private ASNs. 55. BGP Operations – Routes in the Table – Back to IGP (12 min) In this Nugget, we will discuss the handling of routes from BGP back to the IGPs, and the impact on the overall network. 56. BGP Operations – Attributes (6 min) In this Nugget, we will discuss the various attributes that BGP uses and highlight the useful parts! 57. BGP Operations – Best Path Algorithm (13 min) In this Nugget, we will discuss the Best Path algorithm that BGP uses, and the effect it will have on our need to configure for the CCIEv5 lab! 58. BGP Policies: Attribute Manipulation (34 min) In this Nugget, we will discuss methods of manipulating the routes within BGP and our routing preferences. 59. BGP Policies: Conditional Advertisement (21 min) In this Nugget, we will discuss the ways in which we can conditionally advertise routes to a particular neighbor. 60. BGP Policies: Outbound Route Filtering (11 min) In this Nugget, we will discuss the ORF (Outbound Route Filtering) capability of BGP and how neighbors can best protect the memory space that BGP uses. 61. BGP Policy: Communities & Extended Communities (19 min) In this Nugget, we will discuss the use of Communities and Extended Communities within the BGP world. What are they? How and why do we use them? 62. BGP Policy: Communities Configuration (13 min) In this Nugget, we will show some lab scenarios that can be solved using BGP Communities. 63. BGP Scalability: Route Reflectors and Clusters (22 min) In this Nugget, we will discuss the BGP Route Reflectors, including what they do and why we would use them. 64. BGP Scalability: Confederations (23 min) In thie Nugget, we will discuss BGP Confederations and what effect they will have on your policies and network. 65. BGP Scalability: Aggregation (23 min) In this Nugget, we will discuss the concepts of aggregation with respect to BGP routes and operation, as well as the AS-SET information that is passed along. 66. BGP Scalability: De-Aggregation (22 min) In this Nugget, we will discuss the concepts of needing to de-aggregate routes during normal operations, and affect the path selection process that other ASNs take. 67. BGP Address Families (17 min) In this Nugget, we will go over details of address/families and what we need to be familiar with during the CCIEv5 Lab Exam. 68. BGP Manipulation: Path Override (15 min) In this Nugget, we will describe some of the more esoteric methods of path manipulation, including Local-AS, Allowas-In, and AS Path Prepending. 69. BGP Regular Expressions: Theory (14 min) In this Nugget, we will describe Regular Expressions (RegEx) and what it means within the context of BGP Operations. 70. BGP Regular Expressions: With a Full BGP Feed (11 min) In this Nugget, we will take what was learned in the theory of BGP RegEx and apply it against a full BGP routing table (530,000+ routes) to see what the results will be. 71. OSPF Neighbor Formation (19 min) How can you easily configure OSPF neighbors? What about passive interface? What are things that can break a neighborship? Learn all that and more in this Nugget! 72. OSPF Packet Types (13 min) In this Nugget, you master the five OSPF packet types that are so critical for the operation of the protocol. 73. OSPF Network Types (25 min) In this Nugget, you learn the network types of OSPF and how they impact behaviors of the routing protocol. 74. OSPF Areas and Router Types (22 min) In this action-packed Nugget, (Really, it is action-packed!), join Anthony Sequeira as he guides you through critical topics such as router types, LSA types, and area types in OSPF. 75. OSPF Path Preference (15 min) This Nugget examines OSPF cost and other factors that involve the selection of the best path to a destination. 76. OSPF Filtering and Summarization (18 min) Need to stop specific routes from appearing somewhere? Need to optimize your OSPF domain through summarization? This Nugget is for you! 77. OSPF Optimizations (7 min) There are many ways to squeeze even more performance out of your OSPF domain. This Nugget examines several. 78. OSPFv3 (14 min) This Nugget examines OSPFv3 side by side with its predecessor. 79. IS-IS Routing (20 min) In this Nugget, we examine the IS-IS protocol in all of its glory!
  21. CBT Nuggets Cisco CCIE RS v5 All-In-One: 1.0 Network Principles CBT Nuggets Cisco CCIE RS v5 All-In-One: 1.0 Network Principles CBT Nuggets Cisco CCIE RS v5 All-In-One: 1.0 Network Principles Are you ready to tackle the CCIE R&S Version 5 written and lab exams? Or are you just interested in really mastering particular routing and switching technologies? Either way, this exciting new CBT Nuggets course is for you! Join Keith Barker and Anthony Sequeira as they guide you through the latest and current R&S technologies. Recommended skills: Although not required, it is recommended that a person preparing for the CCIE in Routing and Switching already have the skills and knowledge addressed in the Cisco CCNA and CCNP for R/S. (Those courses are available in from CBT Nuggets). Knowledge of using GNS3 will be helpful for individuals who plan on creating a virtualized network to practice with (GNS3 training is also available via CBT Nuggets). Recommended equipment: GNS3 or physical routers, and 3 physical switches. Related certifications: CCIE Routing and Switching, v5 Related job functions: Plan, operate and troubleshoot complex network infrastructures This course is the first of six courses that make up the entire curriculum. These six courses follow the official blueprint. The Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert, or CCIE, is a technical certification offered by Cisco Systems. The CCIE certifies the skills required of network engineers to plan, operate and troubleshoot complex, converged network infrastructures on a wide variety of Cisco equipment. The CCIE is one of the most prestigious networking certifications in the industry. Download Link Buy Premium To Get Max Speed & Resumable Support Download : [Hidden Content] Check www.telechargementsz.com for latest CBT Nuggets releases! 1. CCIE R&S v5 LAB Exam Format (12 min) The format for the CCIE R&S Lab exam has changed once again. Join Keith and Anthony in this Nugget as they break it all down for you in easy-to-understand language. 2. CCIE R&S v4 to v5 Topic Changes (4 min) Join Keith in this concise and clear Nugget about which topics from Version 4 no longer exist, and which topics in Version 5 are new. This Nugget is obviously critical if you have been studying for the CCIE Version 4 R&S lab exam. 3. Finding CCIE Exam Information (10 min) You want to ensure that you are up to date with all of the latest information about the exam and you want to make sure it is accurate info. You also want to make sure that you can get your questions about the exam answered. Where do you go? This Nugget is for you. 4. Bonus Tip Nugget: Why Do So Many Fail? (12 min) In this Bonus Tip Nugget, Anthony details the many reasons students say that they failed their lab exam on their initial attempts. Why do we care? We want to avoid those same mistakes. Enjoy this fun video, it just might save you on your first exam attempt. 5. Tracking Your CCIE Success (11 min) Measuring your progress allows you to objectively focus your attention where needed, as well as providing a feedback system to provide motivation as you see your skills getting better and better with each study session. 6. IOS XE (23 min) During the written exam, students must be able to describe the architectural differences between IOS and IOS XE. This Nugget goes even further than that, providing students with a complete overview of the landscape of Cisco Operating Systems. 7. Bonus Tip Nugget: Documentation in the Exam (10 min) Are you really provided access to the Cisco documentation in the lab exam? Learn the answer to this question and much more in this important Bonus Tip Nugget! 8. Cisco Express Forwarding (28 min) The FIB and the Adjacency Table make up Cisco Express Forwarding technology. How does all of that work, and what is a particular challenge with CEF? Learn it all in this concise Nugget. 9. General Network Challenges (20 min) Unicast floods, asymmetric routing, and microbursts, oh my! In this Nugget, join Keith and Anthony as they discuss general network challenges and how they can occur. 10. Bonus Tip Nugget: Over-Configuration in the Lab (4 min) In this Bonus Tip Nugget, Anthony discusses a very frequent student question regarding the lab exam, "Are you penalized for "over-configuration"? 11. IP Oper. – ICMP Unreachables (16 min) In this important Nugget for the written CCIE R&S certification exam, Keith and Anthony demonstrate key elements of IP packets and discuss their usage. This Nugget focuses on ICMP Unreachables. 12. Bonus Tip Nugget: Core vs Noncore (8 min) Join Anthony as he discusses an important strategic point for the Configuration section of the CCIE R&S v5 Exam: the identification of core vs noncore tasks! 13. Bonus Tip Nugget: Trackers in the Lab Exam (13 min) In this Bonus Tip Nugget, Anthony discusses the use of trackers while taking the lab exam and even provides examples of trackers that he would use. 14. ICMP Redirects (22 min) In this Nugget, Keith and Anthony will bring the operation of ICMP Redirect messages to life for you right before your eyes! This video also demonstrates the location of key commands in the Command Reference Documentation at Cisco.com. 15. IPv4 Options and IPv6 Ext Headers (28 min) This Nugget examines a key difference between IPv4 and IPv6 in how optional informational can be conveyed. 16. TTL and MTU (12 min) Enjoy this Nugget dealing with Time To Live (TTL) and Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) behaviors in the IP protocol. 17. TCP Operations (28 min) In this important Nugget, join Anthony and Keith as they detail important behaviors of the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP). From the three-way handshake to the four-way handshake, this Nugget covers many interesting topics. 18. UDP Operations (17 min) Join Keith and Anthony for a discussion of key concepts regarding User Datagram Protocol (UDP) in this Nugget. Topics include such interesting Nuggets as TCP starvation and the Real-Time Transport Protocol! 19. Evaluate Proposed Changes to a Network (3 min) This exciting Nugget examines typical procedures that you would engage in when performing migrations from one technology to another, such as migrating to IPv6. 20. Use IOS Based Troubleshooting Tools (23 min) Learn the use various monitoring and troubleshooting tools of the IOS to their fullest in this important Nugget. 21. Apply Troubleshooting Methodologies (10 min) Learn to troubleshoot more effectively in this laser-focused Nugget. 22. Interpret Packet Captures (12 min) Allow Keith to guide you through a few features of Wireshark to enable quick and powerful analysis of traffic. Also in this Nugget, join Anthony as he walks you through the IOS Embedded Packet Capture feature. all the episode are going to pu uploaded today! they are indeed been uploaded: So keep an eye on my content!
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