CCNA (200-301) Cert Prep: IP Connectivity and Services

CCNA (200-301) Cert Prep: IP Connectivity and Services
CCNA (200-301) Cert Prep: IP Connectivity and Services
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1h 20m | 150 MB

The retooled Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) exam has been updated to reflect the latest technologies and job roles. The revised exam tests networking professionals’ understanding of foundational and, at a basic level, emerging topics. This course was designed to help you prepare for the third and fourth domains of the CCNA (220-301) certification: IP Connectivity and IP Services. Using diagrams and demonstrations on real routers and switches, instructor Greg Sowell breaks down the key concepts you’ll need to know to succeed on the test, as well as in your networking career in general. Greg covers how to view and read routing tables, configure IPv4 and IPv6 static routing, configure OSPF, NAT, and NTP, and much more.

Table of Contents

1 Jump start for the CCNA 200-301 exam
2 What you should know
3 Forwarding on routers
4 Interpret the routing table
5 Route selection
6 Configure static IPv4 routes
7 Configure static IPv6 routes
8 IPv6 neighbor discovery
9 Routed interfaces
10 Routing protocol basics
11 OSPF basics and neighbors
12 OSPF interface types and areas
13 OSPF configuration
14 OSPF additional features
15 First hop redundancy protocols
16 NAT configuration
17 NTP configuration
18 DHCP and DNS
19 Syslog and SNMP
20 Quality of service
21 Next steps