Cisco ICND2 200 – 105 – CCNA Bootcamp

Cisco ICND2 200 – 105 – CCNA Bootcamp
Cisco ICND2 200 – 105 – CCNA Bootcamp
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 44KHz 2ch | 21h 20m | 5.37 GB

The most comprehensive ICND2 course online with complete tutorials, flashcards, and hands-on labs

If you want to jumpstart your career in IT and networking by acing the Cisco ICND2 200-105 exam and gaining the CCNA qualification, then this course is for you! Please note there are two different ways you can attain the CCNA qualification. Pass both the ICND1 100-105 and ICND2 200-105 exams, or pass the single CCNA 200-125 exam which combines the topics from ICND1 and ICND2. This course offers an easy to understand, structured approach to shortcut your path to mastering Cisco networking to the ICND2 level and beyond. When you’re done with the course, you’ll have everything you need to crush the Cisco ICND1 exam.

This course is chock full of activities. You’ll get over 150 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.

What You Will Learn

  • Get what you need to pass the ICND1 100-105 exam and attain CCENT certification
  • Gain hands-on 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

1 Introduction
2 How to Make the Most of This Course
3 The Study Plan
4 Why Passing the CCNA is Going to Turbo Charge Your Career
5 Cisco Certifications
6 Introduction
7 GNS3 Installation and Configuration
8 Cisco Packet Tracer Installation and Configuration
9 Introduction
10 Dynamic Routing Protocols vs Static Routes
11 Dynamic Routing Protocols Lab Demo
12 Routing Protocol Types
13 Routing Protocol Types Lab Demo
14 Routing Protocol Metrics
15 Routing Protocol Metrics Lab Demo
16 Equal Cost Multi Path
17 Equal Cost Multi Path Lab Demo
18 Administrative Distance
19 Administrative Distance Lab Demo
20 Loopback Interfaces
21 Adjacencies and Passive Interfaces
22 Adjacencies and Passive Interfaces Lab Demo
23 Introduction
25 Introduction
26 EIGRP Characteristics and Configuration
27 EIGRP Verification and Lab Demo
28 EIGRP Advanced Topics
29 EIGRP Advanced Topics Lab Demo
30 EIGRP Successors and Feasible Successors
31 EIGRP Metric
32 EIGRP Metric and Successors Lab Demo
33 Introduction
34 OSPF Characteristics
35 OSPF Basic Configuration
36 OSPF Basic Configuration Lab Demo
37 OSPF Advanced Topics
38 OSPF Advanced Topics Lab Demo
39 OSPF Cost Metric
40 OSPF Cost Metric Lab Demo
41 OSPF Areas
42 OSPF Areas Lab Demo
43 Introduction
44 Campus LAN Design – Core, Distribution and Access Layers
45 Why we have VLANs
46 VLAN Access Ports
47 VLAN Access Ports Lab Demo
48 VLAN Trunk Ports
49 VLAN Trunk Ports Lab Demo
50 DTP Dynamic Trunking Protocol
51 VTP VLAN Trunking Protocol
52 VTP Lab Demo
53 Introduction
54 Router with Separate Interfaces
55 Router on a Stick
56 Layer 3 Switch
57 Layer 3 Switch Lab Demo
58 Introduction
59 Network Redundancy
60 FHRP First Hop Redundancy Protocols
61 HSRP Hot Standby Router Protocol
62 HSRP Advanced Topics
63 Introduction
64 Layer 3 Path Selection and Loop Prevention Review
65 Why we have the Spanning Tree Protocol
66 Spanning Tree Terminology – The Bridge
67 How Spanning Tree Works
68 Spanning Tree Versions
69 Verification – show spanning-tree
70 Verification – show mac address-table
71 Manipulating the Root Bridge Election
72 Spanning Tree and HSRP Alignment
73 Portfast and BPDU Guard
74 Introduction
75 Why we have EtherChannel
76 EtherChannel Load Balancing
77 EtherChannel Protocols and Configuration
78 EtherChannel Lab Demo
79 StackWise, VSS and vPC
80 Introduction
81 DHCP Snooping
82 DAI Dynamic ARP Inspection
83 802.1X Identity Based Networking
84 Preventing Unauthorized Devices with Port Security
85 Preventing Unauthorized Devices with Port Security Lab Demo
86 Locking Ports to Hosts with Port Security
87 Locking Ports to Hosts with Port Security Lab Demo
88 Introduction
89 Access Control Lists Overview
90 Standard, Extended and Named ACLs
91 ACL Syntax
92 ACL Operations
93 Numbered ACLs Lab Demo
94 Named ACLs Lab Demo
95 Packet Filters vs Stateful Firewalls
96 Introduction
97 IPv6 Access Control Lists
98 OSPFv3
99 OSPFv3 Verification
100 OSPFv3 Lab Demo
101 EIGRP for IPv6
102 EIGRP for IPv6 Verification
103 EIGRP for IPv6 Lab Demo
104 Introduction
105 WAN Overview
106 VPN – Virtual Private Networks
107 WAN Connectivity Options
108 Leased Lines
109 HDLC and PPP
110 HDLC and PPP Lab Demo
111 PAP Authentication
112 CHAP Authentication
113 MLP MultiLink PPP
114 MLP Lab Demo
115 MPLS Multi-Protocol Label Switching
116 PPPoE Point to Point Protocol over Ethernet
117 PPPoE Lab Demo
118 GRE Generic Routing Encapsulation
119 GRE Lab Demo
120 WAN Topology Options
121 Introduction
122 Why We Need BGP
123 BGP for Service Providers
124 Configuring BGP Neighbors
125 Advertising Routes in BGP
126 BGP for Service Providers Lab Demo
127 BGP for Enterprises
128 BGP in MPLS Networks
129 BGP for Enterprises Lab Demo
130 Introduction
131 AAA Authentication, Authorization and Accounting
132 AAA Configuration
133 Introduction
134 SNMP Simple Network Management Protocol
135 SNMP Lab Demo
136 SPAN Switched Port Analyzer
137 Introduction
138 QoS Overview
139 Classification and Marking
140 Congestion Management
141 Policing and Shaping
142 Introduction
143 Traditional IT Deployment Models
144 Defining Cloud Computing
145 Cloud Computing Case Study
146 Server Virtualization
147 Virtualizing Network Devices
148 Cloud Service Models
149 Cloud Deployment Models
150 Cloud Computing Advantages
151 Introduction
152 SDN Software Defined Networking
153 The Cisco APIC-EM
154 Thank You!