Cisco CCNA 200-125 and 200-301 – The Complete Guide

Cisco CCNA 200-125 and 200-301 – The Complete Guide
Cisco CCNA 200-125 and 200-301 – The Complete Guide
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The top rated CCNA course online with all your questions answered. Full labs and 200-301 exam updates included.

If you want to jumpstart your career in IT and networking by acing the Cisco Certified Network Associate CCNA exam, then this course is for you! It gives you a full understanding of all the concepts and topics you need to earn the most in-demand networking certification today by passing the current Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching 200-125 or upcoming CCNA 200-301 exam.

Full lab exercises are included so you’ll get the hands-on practical skills you need to work on real world networks, and it’s the only CCNA course online where all questions posted in the Q&A section are answered.

This course will also be updated to include all the new content for the upcoming CCNA 200-301 exam in February 2020.

It offers an easy to understand, structured approach to shortcut your path to mastering Cisco networking to the CCNA level and beyond.

In this course, you will:

  • Develop a deep understanding of Cisco’s features and functions
  • Walk through complete and easy to understand explanations of each technology area covered in the exam
  • Follow simple step by step instructions to build your own fully featured lab on your laptop for free
  • Gain hands on configuration and troubleshooting experience through comprehensive lab exercises
  • Learn how networking really works through real world examples throughout the course
  • Build the skills and confidence to crush the CCNA 200-125 exam (and upcoming 200-301 exam)
  • Gain demonstrable knowledge and practical experience to supercharge your networking career

Supercharge Your Learning with Hands-on Practice

This course is chock full of activities. You’ll get over 300 pages of hands-on lab exercises with detailed answers to check your understanding every step of the way and build your configuration and troubleshooting skills. Full diagrams and lab setup files are included so you can get started immediately with just your laptop. No equipment or previous experience is required.

All slides in the course are also included in supplemental flashcard format with expanded bullet points clearly explaining the technologies. Easily review exam topics to solidify your understanding and get a final refresher when test day is approaching.

Why Learn from Me

In this course, you won’t just gain the book smarts to pass the exam. You’ll also hone your hands-on skills to succeed as a network engineer in the real world. I’m a professional instructor who has been entrusted by Cisco since 2007 to develop and deliver training courses for their own engineers and partners. I’ve also designed multiple training courses for the largest service providers in the Asia Pacific region such as IBM, Verizon, and the Australian National Broadband Network. I’ve spent years distilling my decade’s worth of networking experience from the field into mentoring and supporting other systems engineers, and I’m passionate about passing my knowledge of Cisco networks onto others.

As a student in this course, you’ll get lifetime access to the course materials and answers to every question you ask in the Q&A board. I love interacting with my students: anything you want to know, please ask. The course also comes with an unconditional risk-free 30 day money-back guarantee–that’s my personal promise of your success.

Value

If you take a comparable course at a training centre it will cost you thousands of dollars, and when it’s over you can’t experience the tutorials again or ask the instructor any more questions. When you take my course you can learn anytime you want in the comfort of your own home, and I’m always here for you whenever you need any help.

Not sure about the best way to pay for this course? Ask your manager at work if they’ll expense it. They won’t have to pay the large fees of traditional classroom learning or have to cover your absence for a week. They get huge value from this investment in your future.

When you’re done with the course, you’ll have everything you need to crush the Cisco CCNA exam. I’m excited to share all of my knowledge with you.

What you’ll learn

  • Get what you need to pass the Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching 200-125 or 200-301 exam
  • Gain hands-on Cisco CCNA configuration and troubleshooting experience through practice labs
  • Explore how routing and switching technologies work in real world environments
  • Develop skills to work on enterprise production networks
Table of Contents

Welcome
1 Introduction
2 How to Make the Most of This Course
3 The Study Plan
4 The Udemy Interface
5 Why Passing the CCNA is Going to Turbo Charge Your Career

How to Set Up the Lab
6 How to Set Up the Lab Introduction
7 Cisco Packet Tracer Installation
8 How to Use the Course Lab Exercises
9 Packet Tracer Installation Notes and FAQ

Host to Host Communications
10 Introduction
11 A (Very) Basic Introduction to Networking
12 The OSI Reference Model Overview
13 The TCPIP Stack
14 The Upper OSI Layers
15 The Lower OSI Layers

The Cisco IOS Operating System
16 Introduction
17 Cisco Operating Systems
18 Making the Initial Connection to a Cisco Device
19 Navigating the Cisco IOS Operating System Part 1
20 Navigating the Cisco IOS Operating System Part 2
21 Cisco IOS Configuration Management
22 The IOS Operating System – Lab Exercises

OSI Layer 4 – The Transport Layer
23 Introduction
24 The Transport Layer Header TCP and UDP

OSI Layer 3 – The Network Layer
25 Introduction
26 The IP Header
27 Unicast Broadcast and Multicast Traffic
28 How to Count in Binary
29 IPv4 Addresses
30 Calculating an IPv4 Address in Binary
31 The Subnet Mask
32 Slash Notation

IP Address Classes
33 Introduction
34 Class A IP Addresses
35 IP Address Classes B and C
36 IP Address Classes D and E

Subnetting
37 Introduction
38 CIDR Classless Inter-Domain Routing
39 Subnetting Overview
40 Subnetting Class C Networks and VLSM
41 Subnetting Practice Questions
42 Variable Length Subnet Masking Example Part 1
43 Variable Length Subnet Masking Example Part 2
44 Subnetting Large Networks Part 1
45 Subnetting Large Networks Part 2
46 Subnetting on the 4th Octet – Written Example
47 Subnetting on the 3rd Octet – Written Example
48 Private IP Addresses Part 1
49 Private IP Addresses Part 2
50 Where to Get More Subnetting Practice
51 Additional Subnetting Practice Sites

OSI Layer 2 – The Data-Link Layer
52 Introduction
53 Local Area Network Layer 2 – Ethernet

OSI Layer 1 – The Physical Layer
54 Introduction
55 Ethernet Connection Media

Cisco Device Functions
56 Introduction
57 Switches vs Hubs
58 Switch Operation
59 Routers
60 Other Cisco Devices
61 Cisco Device Functions – Lab Exercises

The Life of a Packet
62 Introduction
63 DNS The Domain Name System
64 DNS on Cisco Routers
65 ARP Address Resolution Protocol
66 ARP for Routed Traffic
67 Life of a Packet Example Part 1 – DNS
68 Life of a Packet Example Part 2 – HTTP
69 The Life of a Packet – Lab Exercises

The Cisco Troubleshooting Methodology
70 Introduction
71 The Cisco Troubleshooting Methodology
72 Cisco Troubleshooting Methodology – Lab Example
73 The Cisco Troubleshooting Methodology – Lab Exercises

Cisco Router and Switch Basics
74 Introduction
75 Basic Router and Switch Configuration
76 The Setup Wizard
77 Speed and Duplex Settings
78 CDP and LLDP
79 Basic Layer 1 and 2 Troubleshooting
80 Basic Layer 1 and 2 Troubleshooting – Lab Demo
81 Cisco Router and Switch Basics – Lab Exercises

Cisco Device Management
82 Introduction
83 The Boot Up Process
84 The Boot Up Process Lab Demo
85 Factory Reset and Password Recovery
86 Password Recovery Lab Demo
87 Backing up the System Image and Configuration
88 Upgrading IOS
89 Licensing
90 Cisco Device Management – Lab Exercises

Routing Fundamentals
91 Introduction
92 Connected and Local Routes
93 Connected and Local Routes Lab Demo
94 Static Routes
95 Static Routes Lab Demo
96 Summarisation and Default Routes
97 Summary Routes and Longest Prefix Match Lab Demo
98 Default Routes and Load Balancing Lab Demo
99 Routing Fundamentals – Lab Exercises

Dynamic Routing Protocols
100 Introduction
101 Dynamic Routing Protocols vs Static Routes
102 Dynamic Routing Protocols Lab Demo
103 Routing Protocol Types
104 Routing Protocol Types Lab Demo
105 Routing Protocol Metrics
106 Routing Protocol Metrics Lab Demo
107 Equal Cost Multi Path
108 Equal Cost Multi Path Lab Demo
109 Administrative Distance
110 Administrative Distance Lab Demo
111 Loopback Interfaces
112 Adjacencies and Passive Interfaces
113 Adjacencies and Passive Interfaces Lab Demo
114 Dynamic Routing Protocols – Lab Exercises

Connectivity Troubleshooting
115 Introduction
116 Basic Connectivity Troubleshooting
117 IP SLA
118 Connectivity Troubleshooting – Lab Exercises

RIP – the Routing Information Protocol
119 Introduction
120 RIP the Routing Information Protocol
121 RIP Advanced Topics
122 RIP Lab Demo
123 RIP Configuration – Lab Exercises

EIGRP – Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol
124 Introduction
125 EIGRP Characteristics and Configuration
126 EIGRP Verification and Lab Demo
127 EIGRP Advanced Topics
128 EIGRP Advanced Topics Lab Demo
129 EIGRP Successors and Feasible Successors
130 EIGRP Metric
131 EIGRP Metric and Successors Lab Demo
132 EIGRP Configuration – Lab Exercises

OSPF – Open Shortest Path First
133 Introduction
134 OSPF Characteristics
135 OSPF Basic Configuration
136 OSPF Basic Configuration Lab Demo
137 OSPF Advanced Topics
138 OSPF Advanced Topics Lab Demo
139 Bandwidth vs Clock Rate and Speed
140 OSPF Cost Metric
141 OSPF Cost Metric Lab Demo
142 OSPF Areas
143 OSPF Areas Lab Demo
144 OSPF Configuration – Lab Exercises

VLANs Virtual Local Area Networks
145 Introduction
146 Campus LAN Design – Core Distribution and Access Layers
147 Why we have VLANs
148 VLAN Access Ports
149 VLAN Access Ports Lab Demo
150 VLAN Trunk Ports
151 VLAN Trunk Ports Lab Demo
152 DTP Dynamic Trunking Protocol
153 VTP VLAN Trunking Protocol
154 VTP Lab Demo
155 VLAN Configuration Lab Exercises

Inter-VLAN Routing
156 Introduction
157 Router with Separate Interfaces
158 Router on a Stick
159 Layer 3 Switch
160 Layer 3 Switch Lab Demo
161 VLAN and Inter-VLAN Routing Configuration – Lab Exercises

DHCP – Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
162 Introduction
163 DHCP Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
164 Cisco DHCP Server
165 External DHCP Server
166 Cisco DHCP Client
167 DHCP Configuration – Lab Exercises

HSRP – Hot Standby Router Protocol
168 Introduction
169 Network Redundancy
170 FHRP First Hop Redundancy Protocols
171 HSRP Hot Standby Router Protocol
172 HSRP Advanced Topics
173 HSRP Configuration – Lab Exercises

STP – Spanning Tree Protocol
174 Introduction
175 Layer 3 Path Selection and Loop Prevention Review
176 Why we have the Spanning Tree Protocol
177 Spanning Tree Terminology – The Bridge
178 How Spanning Tree Works
179 Spanning Tree Versions
180 Verification – show spanning-tree
181 Verification – show mac address-table
182 Manipulating the Root Bridge Election
183 Spanning Tree and HSRP Alignment
184 Portfast BPDU Guard and Root Guard
185 STP Troubleshooting – Lab Exercises
186 STP Configuration – Lab Exercises

EtherChannel
187 Introduction
188 Why we have EtherChannel
189 EtherChannel Load Balancing
190 EtherChannel Protocols and Configuration
191 EtherChannel Lab Demo
192 StackWise VSS and vPC
193 EtherChannel Configuration – Lab Exercises

Switch Security
194 Introduction
195 DHCP Snooping
196 DAI Dynamic ARP Inspection
197 X Identity Based Networking
198 Preventing Unauthorised Devices with Port Security
199 Preventing Unauthorised Devices with Port Security Lab Demo
200 Locking Ports to Hosts with Port Security
201 Locking Ports to Hosts with Port Security Lab Demo
202 Port Security Configuration – Lab Exercises

ACLs – Access Control Lists
203 Introduction
204 Access Control Lists Overview
205 Standard Extended and Named ACLs
206 ACL Syntax
207 ACL Operations
208 Numbered ACLs Lab Demo
209 Named ACLs Lab Demo
210 Packet Filters vs Stateful Firewalls
211 Access Control Lists Configuration – Lab Exercise

NAT – Network Address Translation
212 Introduction
213 IPv4 Address Exhaustion and NAT
214 Static NAT
215 NAT Translations – Inside Local Inside Global Outside Local Outside Global
216 Static NAT Lab Demo
217 Dynamic NAT
218 Dynamic NAT Lab Demo
219 PAT Port Address Translation
220 PAT Port Address Translation Lab Demo
221 Network Address Translation Configuration – Lab Exercise

IPv6 Addressing
222 Introduction
223 Why We Need IPv6
224 The IPv6 Address Format
225 IPv6 Global Unicast Addresses
226 IPv6 Global Unicast Addresses Lab Demo
227 EUI-64 Addresses
228 Unique Local and Link Local Addresses
229 Link Local Addresses Lab Demo
230 SLAAC Stateless Address AutoConfiguration
231 IPv6 Access Control Lists
232 IPv6 Addressing – Lab Exercise

IPv6 Routing
233 Introduction
234 IPv6 Static Routes
235 IPv6 Static Routes Lab Demo
236 OSPFv3
237 OSPFv3 Verification
238 OSPFv3 Lab Demo
239 EIGRP for IPv6
240 EIGRP for IPv6 Verification
241 EIGRP for IPv6 Lab Demo
242 IPv6 Routing Configuration – Lab Exercise

WAN – Wide Area Networks
243 Introduction
244 WAN Overview
245 VPN – Virtual Private Networks
246 WAN Connectivity Options
247 Leased Lines
248 HDLC and PPP
249 HDLC and PPP Lab Demo
250 PAP Authentication
251 CHAP Authentication
252 MLP MultiLink PPP
253 MLP Lab Demo
254 MPLS Multi Protocol Label Switching
255 PPPoE Point to Point Protocol over Ethernet
256 PPPoE Lab Demo
257 GRE Generic Routing Encapsulation
258 GRE Lab Demo
259 WAN Topology Options
260 WAN Configuration – Lab Exercise

CCNA 200-125 BGP – Border Gateway Protocol
261 Introduction
262 Why We Need BGP
263 BGP for Service Providers
264 Configuring BGP Neighbors
265 Advertising Routes in BGP
266 BGP for Service Providers Lab Demo
267 BGP for Enterprises
268 BGP in MPLS Networks
269 BGP for Enterprises Lab Demo
270 BGP Configuration – Lab Exercise

Cisco Device Security
271 Introduction
272 Line Level Security
273 Privileged Exec and Password Encryption
274 Line Level Security Lab Demo
275 Usernames and Privilege Levels
276 SSH Secure Shell
277 SSH Secure Shell Lab Demo
278 AAA Authentication Authorization and Accounting
279 AAA Configuration
280 Global Security Best Practices
281 Global Security Best Practices Lab Demo
282 Cisco Device Security Configuration – Lab Exercises

Network Device Management
283 Introduction
284 Syslog
285 Terminal Monitor and Logging Synchronous
286 Syslog Lab Demo
287 SNMP Simple Network Management Protocol
288 SNMP Lab Demo
289 SNMPv3 Configuration
290 SNMPv3 Lab Demo
291 Syslog vs SNMP
292 SPAN Switched Port Analyser
293 Network Device Management – Lab Exercises

QoS Quality of Service
294 Introduction
295 QoS Overview
296 Classification and Marking
297 Congestion Management
298 Policing and Shaping

Cloud Computing
299 Introduction
300 Traditional IT Deployment Models
301 Defining Cloud Computing
302 Cloud Computing Case Study
303 Server Virtualization
304 Virtualizing Network Devices
305 Cloud Service Models
306 Cloud Deployment Models
307 Cloud Computing Advantages

CCNA 200-125 SDN Software-Defined Networking
308 Introduction
309 SDN Software Defined Networking
310 The Cisco APIC-EM
311 Thank You

CCNA 200-301 The Security Threat Landscape
312 Introduction
313 The Security Threat Landscape
314 Common Attacks
315 Firewalls and IDSIPS
316 Firewalls vs Packet Filters
317 Cryptography
318 TLS Transport Layer Security
319 Site-to-Site VPN Virtual Private Networks
320 Remote Access VPN Virtual Private Networks
321 Threat Defense Solutions

CCNA 200-301 Automation Network Programmability and SDN
322 Introduction
323 SDN Software Defined Networking
324 Network Programmability
325 Puppet Chef and Ansible
326 Cisco DNA Center
327 SD-Access
328 SD-WAN

CCNA 200-301 Wireless Fundamentals
329 Introduction
330 Ad-Hoc and WiFi Direct Networks
331 Autonomous Mode Wireless Access Points
332 Centralised Architecture with WLC Wireless LAN Controllers
333 Wireless Standards
334 Wireless Services
335 Wireless Fundamentals Lab Exercises