The Complete Networking Fundamentals Course. Your CCNA start

The Complete Networking Fundamentals Course. Your CCNA start
The Complete Networking Fundamentals Course. Your CCNA start
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Learn about networking and start your journey to CCNA

Welcome to the Complete Network Fundamentals Course! In this course, you will learn the technologies that keep the world as you know today connected and running.

Networks are all around us and you are using one right now to access this course.

Imagine for a moment, how different your life would be without access to Facebook, Snapchat, Google, YouTube, Whatsapp or any of the other websites on the Internet? How would you live with no Internet?

The Internet is extremely important in modern life today and all websites and Internet communication relies on networking. This reliance is only predicted to continue with the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) in the next few years.

Without routers, switches, network cabling and protocols like BGP there would be no Internet!

This course will teach you how networks actually work and how you are able to connect to websites like Facebook, Google, and YouTube.

Companies throughout the world (from the smallest to the largest) rely on networks designed, installed and maintained by networking engineers. Join this in demand industry!

Start your journey today learning about networking.

Content in this course can be used towards your CCNA. Topics such as IP addressing, subnetting and many others can be applied directly to passing your CCNA certification.

Access our online simulations so you can practice on simulated Cisco routers and switches. You will get to type commands such as enable, configure terminal, router ospf and many others and learn how to configure devices.

I want to welcome you to this Complete Networking Fundamentals course! I’m David Bombal, and I have been teaching networking courses for over 15 years. I qualified as a Cisco Certified Interwork Engineer (CCIE) in 2003 and hold with numerous other networking certifications. I’m also a Cisco and HPE certified instructor where I have trained thousands of networking engineers in many of the largest companies in the world including Fortune 100 companies.

I have designed this course for anyone wanting to learn more about networking and gain foundational knowledge, to help them embark on their networking career. The concepts taught in this course can be applied directly to multiple industry certifications including the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA).

In this course, you will learn about topics such as IP addressing, IP subnetting, Routing, Switches, VLANs, Spanning Tree, Network Address Translation, Wireless and a whole lot more.

You will also learn more about the latest networking trends including OpenFlow and Software Defined Networking.

The course covers the following topics including (and this list will be constantly updated):

  • Network basics
  • Network architectures (OSI Model)
  • What are hubs, switches, routers?
  • How is data forwarded through a network?
  • IP addresses
  • IP subnetting
  • Cabling and network topologies
  • Ethernet basics
  • TCP and UDP
  • DNS and DHCP
  • Routing
  • VLANs
  • Cisco device initial configurations
  • ACLs
  • Network naming
  • IP Telephony
  • Quality of Service (QoS)
  • SDN and OpenFlow

At the end of this course, you will be able to confidently discuss networking topics; and be able to start configuring real networking devices such as routers and switches. In this an introductory course, but contains a lot of information that can be directly applied to the CCNA certification.

The ideal student for this course is someone looking to break into the networking field, someone looking to extend their knowledge from PCs and servers to networking, or someone interested in getting knowledge to work in one of the most exciting, most in-demand jobs in IT – networking.

What you’ll learn

  • This course is for anyone who wants to attain the Cisco CCENT or CCNA certification
  • This course will prepare you for the CCNA 200-125 certification exam; and CCENT / ICND1 100-105 certification exam; and ICND2 200-105 certification exam.
  • Describe network fundamentals and build simple LANs
  • Explain IP addressing and subnetting
  • Describe hubs, switches and routers
  • Explain the OSI model
  • Explain how addresses are allocated using DHCP
  • Explain name resolution using DNS
  • Explain Access Control Lists (ACLs)
  • Introduce OpenFlow and Software Defined Networking topics
Table of Contents

Welcome
1 Welcome
2 Good news!
3 Thank you and Menu

Basic Networking Terms
4 Terminology, NIC, Computer Network and Network Protocol
5 6- What is a Network Protocol
6 7- Home Network and SOHO network
7 8- Ping and Traceroute
8 9- What is an IP address
9 10- Network Categories and Components
10 11- Domain Name System (DNS)
11 12- IP Addressing and Network Sharing

OSI Model
12 OSI Model – Introduction and Layers
13 OSI Model – Split of concentration
14 OSI Model – Application Layer, Presentation Layer and Session Layer
15 OSI Model – Top layers versus lower layers and Transport Layer
16 OSI Model Network Layer & Data Link Layer
17 OSI Model – Layer 1: Physical Layer
18 OSI Model – Host Communication
19 OSI Model – Encapsulation
20 OSI Model – TCP/IP versus OSI model
21 OSI Model – Demonstration using Wireshark

Binary
22 Binary Introduction
23 Binary versus Decimal
24 Examples
25 Covert IP Addresses to Binary
26 Convert Binary to Decimal

Hexadecimal
27 Hexadecimal – Demo of MAC addresses and ARP cache
28 Hexadecimal conversion theory and demos
29 Hexadecimal conversion theory and demos (continued)
30 Hexadecimal conversion theory and demos (continued)

IP Addressing
31 IP Addressing Overview and Demonstration
32 IP Characteristics and IPv4 Address Format
33 Network versus Host portion
34 IPv4 Address format (Street Analogy) and Address Classes
35 Class A and B addresses
36 Class C, D, E, A and B addresses
37 Special IPv4 Addresses and Directed Broadcast Address
38 Local Broadcast Address
39 Local Loopback Address
40 RFC1918 – Private Addresses
41 RFC1918 – Class A, B, C and IPv4 Link Local Addresses
42 Subnet Masks
43 Subnet mask demonstrations and Discontiguous Network Masks
44 CIDR Notation Part 1 and Part 2
45 CIDR Notation Part 3

Cisco IOS Software and Initial Device Configuration
46 Overview and Uses of Cisco IOS Software
47 Physical connection to the Cisco router
48 How to connect to a router/switch
49 Initial Startup
50 Configuration of the router and Modes – User
51 Modes – Enable/Privilege, User EXEC, Global Config
52 Modes – Interface
53 Modes – Line and Router mode
54 Help
55 Commands
56 Commands (continuation) and Managing Cisco IOS Configuration
57 Copy Running Config Startup Config
58 Difference on the configuration
59 Erase startup config
60 TFTP Backup
61 Managing Cisco IOS Configuration
62 Storing files in Flash and Terminal Length

IP Subnetting
63 IP Subnetting Part 1
64 IP Subnetting Part 2
65 IP Subnetting Part 3
66 IP Subnetting Part 4
67 IP Subnetting Part 5
68 IP Subnetting-Sim 1
69 IP Subnetting-Sim 2
70 IP Subnetting-Sim 3
71 IP Subnetting-Sim 4
72 IP Subnetting-Sim 5
73 IP Subnetting-Sim 6
74 IP Subnetting-Sim 7
75 IP Subnetting-Sim 8
76 IP Subnetting-Sim 9
77 IP Subnetting-Sim 10
78 IP Subnetting-Sim 11

IPv4 Subnetting Cheat Sheet
79 PacketLife.net IPv4 Subnetting Cheat Sheet

Subnetting VLOGs – do you know the answers?
80 #050: CCNA IP addressing and subnetting: Are these hosts on the same subnet?
81 #051: CCNA IP addressing and subnetting: Can these hosts ping each other?
82 #053: CCNA IP addressing and subnetting: Can these hosts ping each other?
83 #079: IP Addressing and IP Subnetting for the CCNA Exam (Part 1). Practical IP S
84 #080: IP Addressing and IP Subnetting for the CCNA Exam (Part 2). Practical IP S
85 #081: IP Addressing and IP Subnetting for the CCNA Exam (Part 3). Practical IP S
86 #083: IP Addressing and IP Subnetting for the CCNA Exam (Part 4). Practical IP S

Cabling and Packet Flows
87 How does data flow in hubs, switches and routers?
88 Ethernet history
89 10base2, MAC addresses,
90 MAC Addresses, CSMA/CD and Collision domains
91 Broadcast domains, UTP & Cross Over Cables
92 Which cable should you use and Cable Categories
93 SFPs, DAC, Roll Over cable and How Devices Operate, Hubs
94 How does a Hub forward traffic?
95 What is a bridge?
96 How does a bridge forward traffic and what is a switch?
97 How do switches forward traffic?
98 What is half duplex and full duplex?
99 What is a router?
100 How does a router forward traffic?
101 How is traffic routed between subnets and routing between subnets
102 Does a router change the MAC address or IP address?
103 Summary or routing, MAC addresses and IP addresses

GNS3 Switching demos: Unicast, Broadcast, Multicast, MAC address tables (ICND1)
104 Dynamic MAC Learning
105 Unicast and Broadcast traffic: Wireshark
106 Multicast and Unknown Unicast traffic: Wireshark
107 Summary of traffic demos: Single switch
108 Two switches
109 BUM: Broadcast / Unknown Unicast / Multicast traffic

ARP Demo (ICND1)
110 ARP Demo Part 1
111 ARP Demo Part 2
112 ARP Demo Part 3

Physical Terminations Cheat Sheet
113 PacketLife.net Physical Terminations Cheat Sheet

GNS3 Hub, Switch, Wireshark (ICND1)
114 1- Ethernet Hub, switch and Wireshark captures
115 2- Password captures using GNS3 hub and Wireshark
116 3- Ethernet Switch and Wireshark captures of 802.1Q frames

Duplex and Speed Mismatch Demo (ICND1)
117 Duplex and Speed Mismatch Demo
118 Speed & Duplex Demo: Introduction
119 Speed & Duplex Demo: Late Collisions
120 Speed & Duplex Demo: Fix Issue between router and switch
121 Speed & Duplex Demo: Fix Other Switch Issues
122 Speed & Duplex Demo; PC and Switch

What is a loopback? (ICND1)
123 What is a loopback? Why is it used?
124 Another reason to use a loopback – OSPF

TCP UDP
125 IP Connectionless and Overview
126 Comparison
127 TCP Header and Applications
128 Port Number
129 TCP 3 Way Handshake
130 TCP Acknowledgement and Windowing
131 TCP Seq and Ack

DHCP DNS
132 DHCP Introduction and Cisco Router DHCP Client
133 DHCP Client options and Remove DHCP
134 DHCP Theory
135 DHCP Types

Using a Cisco IOS Network Device as a DHCP Server (GNS3) – (ICND1)
136 GNS3 DHCP Server Part 1
137 GNS3 DHCP Server Part 2

DHCP Troubleshooting
138 CCNA VLOG #047 DHCP Troubleshooting Scenario 1 – Can you find the issue?
139 CCNA VLOG #055 DHCP Troubleshooting Scenario 2 – Can you find the issue?
140 CCNA VLOG #056 DHCP Troubleshooting Scenario 3 – Can you find the issue?

VLANs
141 VLANs Part 1
142 VLANs Part 2

VLANS Cheat Sheet
143 PacketLife.net VLANs Cheat Sheet

VLANs and 802.1Q Demos (ICND1)
144 Demo Overview
145 Demo Part 2: Access Ports
146 Demo Part 3 – Trunking
147 Demo Part 4 – Wireshark
148 Demo Part 5 – Wireshark
149 Demo: InterVLAN Routing Part 1
150 InterVLAN Routing Part 2

VTP (ICND2)
151 VTP Overview
152 VTP Overview Part 2
153 VTP Modes
154 VTP Versions
155 VTP on real 3750 switch
156 VTP – Demo: Erase switch config and VTP Pruning
157 VTP Defaults and VTP Warnings!
158 VTP Demo: Overview & Switch 1 config
159 VTP Demo: Autonegotiation S2
160 VTP Demo: VTP Client
161 VTP Demo: Client overrides server
162 VTP Network Meltdown! VLANs removed from database!
163 VTP Demo: Network Back Again, Transparent Mode and Physical switches auto lear

CCNA VLOGs: VTP Troubleshooting (ICND2)
164 CCNA #028: VTP troubleshooting
165 CCNA #029: VTP and DTP Troubleshooting
166 CCNA #030: VTP Troubleshooting

GNS3 Campus 1 Overview
167 GNS3 Topology Overview
168 IOSvL2 Appliance Import

GNS3 Campus 1: Basic Configuration
169 Switch Hostnames, VTP and VLANs Part 1
170 Hostnames, VTP, VLANs Part 2
171 IP addressing and ping testing

Dynamic Trunk Protocol – DTP
172 DTP Theory
173 DTP GNS3 Demo Part 1
174 DTP GNS3 Demo Part 2
175 DTP GNS3 Demo Part 3

GNS3 Campus 1: VLANS, trunks, access ports
176 Static trunk encapsulation and mode
177 Disable DTP and configure access ports
178 Ping within a VLAN
179 Which ports are trunking and which VLANs are permitted?

Spanning Tree v2 (ICND1/ICND2)
180 Spanning Tree Overview
181 Versions of Spanning Tree
182 Why is Spanning Tree Required?
183 BPDUs and Bridge IDs
184 Demo: STP Root
185 Root Ports and Designated Ports
186 Extended Bridge ID and PortFast
187 Path Cost Part 1
188 Path Cost Part 2
189 PVST versus RPVST Port States
190 RPVST, PVST Interoperability and 802.1w and 802.1s Overview
191 802.1w
192 Demo: 802.1w
193 802.1w Link Types
194 802.1w Proposals
195 802.1s / MSTP
196 Spanning Tree Comparison Summary

BPDU Guard (ICND2)
197 BPDU Guard Part 1
198 BPDU Guard Part 2
199 BPDU Guard Part 3

Spanning Tree Cheat Sheet
200 PacketLife.net Spanning Tree Cheat Sheet

Switching Sims
201 Switching 2 – sim 1
202 Switching 2 – sim 2
203 Switching 2 – sim 3
204 Switching 2 – sim 5
205 Switching 2 – sim 6
206 Switching 2 – sim 7

GNS3 Campus 1: CDP and LLDP
207 CDP Demo: Basic discovery
208 CDP Demo: Disable globally and per interface
209 CDP Demo: Command Options
210 LLDP Demo: Discover Linux Servers

CDP Overview (ICND1)
211 CDP Introduction
212 CDP Demo

CDP Sims
213 CDP- sim 1
214 Quiz 1: CDP-sim 2
215 Quiz 2: CDP-sim 3
216 Quiz 3: CDP-sim 4
217 Quiz 4: CDP-sim 5

GNS3 Cisco Etherswitch Service module (Layer 2 switching) (ICND1)
218 Cisco Etherswitch Service Module Overview and Create topology
219 Format Flash and set up VTP, Verify PC Connectivity and Spanning Tree testing
220 GNS3 Etherswitch Wizard and GNS3 Macros

GNS3 Campus 1: Spanning Tree optimization
221 Which ports are blocking
222 Spanning Tree blocks core switch ports
223 CDP & LLDP and STP – what happens
224 STP – optimize Core switches

GNS3 Campus 1: Link Aggregation / Etherchannel
225 Optimize campus network using Etherchannel

GNS3 Campus 1: Spanning Tree testing
226 STP failover testing

CCNA Campus VLOGs ICND1
227 CCNA VLOG #065: Routed ports, Switchports and SVIs – what and how?
228 CCNA VLOG #066: How to configure Layer 3 switching and interVLAN routing for the
229 CCNA VLOG #067: How to configure Layer 3 switching and interVLAN routing for the
230 CCNA VLOG #068: How to configure Layer 3 switching and interVLAN routing for the
231 CCNA VLOG #071: Using Ostinato to prove how broadcasts work for the CCNA Exam (P
232 CCNA VLOG #072: Using Ostinato to prove how broadcasts work for the CCNA Exam (P

Campus Network Troubleshooting ICND2
233 CCNA VLOG #042 Campus troubleshooting scenario 1: Can you find the issue?
234 CCNA VLOG #043 Campus troubleshooting scenario 2: Can you find the issue?
235 CCNA VLOG #045 Users cannot ping? Which layer of the OSI model broke?
236 CCNA VLOG #052 Campus troubleshooting scenario 3: Can you find the issue?
237 CCNA VLOG #060: LAN and WAN troubleshooting Scenario: Can you find the issue?
238 CCNA VLOG #069: MAC Address troubleshooting scenario 1: Can you find the issue?

Routing Introduction
239 Introduction to IP Routing and Routed vs. Routing Protocols
240 Routed protocols and Demonstrations
241 Static Routes and Dynamic Routes
242 Static vs. Dynamic Routing
243 How do routers determine the best route?
244 Terms: AS, IGPs, EGPs
245 Types of Routing Protocols -Distance Vector, Link State
246 EIGRP – advanced distance vector routing protocol and Administrative Distance
247 Additional AD values
248 How does a router route when told conflicting information?
249 Classful routing protocols
250 Auto summarization
251 Classless routing protocols
252 Administrative Distance versus mask length
253 Administrative Distance and multiple routes with the same mask
254 Link State Routing Protocols
255 OSPF Hierarchy – Multiple areas
256 Benefits of link state routing and Drawbacks of link state routing

Static Routing
257 Static Routing 1
258 Static Routing 2
259 Static Routing 3
260 Static Routing 4
261 Static Routing 5
262 Static Routing 6: Default Routes
263 Static Routing 7: Remove Static Routes

IP Default-gateway? (CCNA VLOG)
264 IP default gateway versus default route? (CCNA VLOG #004)

Static routing VLOGs (ICND1)
265 CCNA VLOG #076: Static and default IP routes for the CCNA Exam (Part 1)
266 CCNA VLOG #077: Static and default IP routes for the CCNA Exam (Part 2)
267 CCNA VLOG #078: Administrative Distance and Static routes for the CCNA Exam (Par

RIP (ICND1)
268 RIP Part 1
269 RIP Part 2
270 RIP Part 3
271 RIP Part 4

RIP Troubleshooting (ICND1)
272 CCNA VLOG #057: RIP Troubleshooting Scenario 1. Can you find the issue?
273 CCNA VLOG #058: RIP Troubleshooting Scenario 2. Can you find the issue?
274 CCNA VLOG #059: RIP Troubleshooting Scenario 3: Can you find the issue?
275 CCNA VLOG #061: Did RIP or something else break the network? Can you find the is

RIP Cheat Sheet
276 PacketLife.net RIP Cheat Sheet

RIP Sims
277 RIP Sim 1
278 RIP Sim 2
279 RIP Sim 3
280 RIP Sim 4
281 RIP Sim 5
282 RIP Sim 6
283 RIP Sim 7
284 RIP Sim 8

Router on a stick
285 Router on a stick overview and create topology
286 Router configuration and Wireshark capture of 802.1Q frames
287 Router on Stick Simulation
288 Layer 3 routing using SVIs (Switched Virtual Interfaces)
289 Routed Port – Turn a switch port into a routed port

VLSM
290 VLSM – Part 1
291 VLSM – Part 2

Administrative Distance and Route lengths
292 Administrative Distance Part 1 (CCNA VLOG #014)
293 Administrative Distance Part 2 (CCNA VLOG #016)
294 Administrative Distance Part 3 (CCNA VLOG #017)
295 Administrative Distance Part 4 (CCNA VLOG #018)

GNS3 Campus 1: HSRP
296 HSRP Overview
297 Demo: HSRP Configuration: Switch 1
298 Demo: HSRP Configuration: Switch 2
299 Demo: Test connectivity to HSRP router
300 Demo: HSRP failover test

First Hop Redundancy Cheat Sheet
301 PacketLife.net First Hop Redundancy Protocol Cheat Sheet

Network Time Protocol (NTP)
302 NTP Overview and Demo: Issue on Network
303 Configure NTP
304 Points to remember

Port SPAN (Mirroring)
305 SPAN network overview & Test before SPAN
306 Configure SPAN and SPAN Ingress Options
307 SPAN Options and SPAN – Multiple Sessions

Syslog
308 Overview
309 Demo: Logging levels
310 Demo: Telnet (monitor) and logging
311 Demo: Logging levels, monitor, Stop logging to console and Logging Buffer
312 Demo: Kwi Syslog Server
313 Demo: Syslog levels, facilities and GNS3 setup with Syslog server
314 Demo: GNS3 and Syslog
315 Demo: Timestamps, dates and other options

Managing Cisco Devices (ICND1)
316 Cisco Router Components
317 Modules
318 Demo: Router components
319 Demo: Router Components
320 Configuration Register
321 Boot Field and software, Router Boot Process – POST and load of IOS
322 Boot process and Demo: Bootup without startup config
323 Image Boot Theory, Boot System Command and Boot Process Theory – Startup Config
324 IOS Images
325 Demo: IOS Systems
326 IOS Naming Conventions
327 Backup IOS to TFTP Server
328 Upgrade IOS Theory, Download IOS from Cisco and Demo: Upgrade IOS
329 Password Recovery
330 Demo: Password Recovery

Infrastructure Security (ICND1)
331 Enable and Secret Passwords 1
332 Enable and Secret Passwords 2
333 Disable Services
334 Disable CDP
335 Line console security
336 Telnet security
337 Sessions and lines
338 SSH
339 Banners – Introduction and MOTD
340 Login and Exec Banners

Troubleshoot Telnet Issues
341 Telnet troubleshooting (CCNA VLOG #006)

IOS Licensing (ICND1)
342 Licensing Overview
343 IOS Feature Sets
344 License Types
345 License File

DHCP Snooping (ICND2)
346 DHCP Snooping Overview
347 DHCP Snooping Lab Setup
348 Wireshark Captures
349 Man in the middle attack
350 Configure and test DHCP Snooping
351 Trusted, Untrusted and Review

Port Security (ICND2)
352 Port Security and security mechanisms
353 Port Security Demo Part 1
354 Port Security Demo Part 2
355 Port Security Demo: Sticky, Error disable and auto recovery

802.1X, RADIUS, TACACS and ACS (ICND2)
356 802.1X Overview
357 Issues with Local Authentication
358 RADIUS and TACACS overview
359 AAA Demo Part 1: Configuration
360 AAA Demo Part 2 ACS Config and Testing
361 AAA Demo Part 3: AAA Groups with IOSv

Switch Stacking ICND2
362 Switch Stacking Part 1
363 Switch Stacking Part 2
364 Switch Stacking Part 3

ACLs
365 Access Control Lists (ACLs) introduction
366 ACL demonstrations, wildcard masks
367 ACL demonstrations
368 Extended ACL demonstrations

Access List Cheat Sheet
369 PacketLife.net Access List Cheat Sheet

Network Address Translation (NAT)
370 NAT Part 1: Overview
371 NAT Part 2: RFC1918 and NAT Terms
372 NAT Part 3:Private Addresses and NAT Types
373 NAT Part 4: Demo: Static NAT
374 NAT Part 5: Wireshark Captures
375 NAT Part 6: Show commands, Static NAT : GNS3 Server NAT
376 NAT Part 7: Dynamic NAT Overview, GNS3 Static and Dynamic NAT Demo
377 NAT Part 8: Dynamic NAT Configuration and Show Commands
378 NAT Part 9: NAT Overloading / PAT
379 NAT Part 10: PAT demo and Show commands
380 NAT Part 11 : Source Address Theory
381 NAT Part 12: NAT and PAT Theory
382 NAT Part 13 : PAT Demo

NAT Troubleshooting and VLOGs ICND1
383 CCNA VLOG #032: Static NAT Part 1
384 CCNA VLOG #033: Static NAT Part 2
385 CCNA VLOG #034: NAT Single IP Multiple Servers
386 CCNA VLOG #035: NAT Troubleshooting 1 – Can you find the issue? CCNA Exam 200-12
387 CCNA VLOG #036: NAT Troubleshooting 2 – Can you find the issue? CCNA Exam 200-12
388 CCNA VLOG #038: NAT Troubleshooting 3 – Can you find the issue? CCNA Exam 200-12
389 CCNA VLOG #040: NAT Troubleshooting 4 – Can you find the issue? CCNA Exam 200-12
390 CCNA VLOG #046 NAT Troubleshooting Scenario 5 – Can you find the issue? CCNA Exa

NAT Cheat Sheet
391 PacketLife.net NAT Cheat Sheet

NAT Sims
392 NAT Sim 1
393 NAT Sim 2
394 NAT Sim 3
395 NAT Sim 4

Quality of Service (QOS)
396 Quality of Service Overview
397 QOS – types of delay, packet loss
398 What is QOS? What are IP Telephony requirements?
399 Methods to implement QOS – DiffServ, IntServ, Best Effort

Quality of Service Cheat Sheet
400 PaketLife.net QoS Cheat Sheet

IP Phone Startup Process
401 IP Phone Startup – Power requirements
402 Demonstration of Cisco IP Telephony configuartion
403 Demonstration: Voice VLAN Configuration
404 How does an IP Phone get an IP address and register with a CUCM?

IP Telephony Setup
405 Demonstration: Dial peer configuration
406 Demonstration: VoIP dial peers
407 Demonstration: Voice VLAN Configuration
408 IP Telephony service setup
409 Demonstration: Call debugging
410 Incoming dial-peers
411 Dial-peer selection

EIGRP
412 EIGRP – Part 1
413 EIGRP – Part 2
414 EIGRP – Part 3
415 EIGRP – Part 4
416 EIGRP – Part 5
417 EIGRP – Part 6
418 EIGRP – Part 7
419 EIGRP – Part 8
420 EIGRP – Part 9
421 EIGRP – Part 10
422 EIGRP – Part 11

EIGRP Troubleshooting
423 EIGRP Neighbor Troubleshooting Part 1 (CCNA VLOG #021)
424 EIGRP Neighbor Troubleshooting Part 2 (CCNA VLOG #022)
425 EIGRP Neighbor Troubleshooting Part 3 – DUAL Algorithm (CCNA VLOG #023)
426 EIGRP Neighbor Troubleshooting Part 4 Retransmission retry limit exceeded (CCNA

EIGRP GNS3 Labs
427 EIGRP GNS3 Lab 1
428 EIGRP GNS3 Lab 2

EIGRP Cheat Sheet
429 PacketLife.net EIGRP Cheat Sheet

EIGRP 1 Sims
430 EIGRP 1 – sim 1
431 EIGRP 1 – sim 2
432 EIGRP 1 – sim 3
433 EIGRP 1 – sim 4

EIGRP 2 Sims
434 EIGRP 2 – Sim 1

GNS3 Campus 1: EIGRP and redistribution
435 EIGRP configuration
436 EIGRP Configuration (continued)
437 Redistribute Static Route and Troubleshoot GNS3 cloud issue

GNS3 Campus 1: NAT and Internet access
438 Configure NAT and test

OSPF
439 OSPF Part 1
440 OSPF Part 2
441 OSPF Part 3
442 OSPF Part 4
443 OSPF Part 5
444 OSPF Part 6
445 OSPF Part 7

OSPF Cheat Sheet
446 PacketLife.net OSPF Cheat Sheet

Cisco IGP Cheat Sheet
447 PacketLife.net Interior Gateway Protocols Cheat Sheet

OSPF 1 Sims
448 OSPF 1 – sim 1
449 OSPF 1 – sim 2
450 OSPF 1 – sim 3
451 OSPF 1 – sim 4
452 OSPF 1 – sim 5

OSPF 2 Sims
453 OSPF 2 Sim 1
454 OSPF 2 Sim 5
455 OSPF 2 Sim 8
456 OSPF 2 Sim 9
457 OSPF 2 Sim 10

IPv6
458 IPv6 Part 1
459 IPv6 Part 2
460 IPv6 Part 3
461 IPv6 Part 4
462 IPv6 Part 5

IPv6 Cheat Sheet
463 PacketLife.net IPv6 Cheat Sheet

WAN PPT
464 WAN Technologies Part 1
465 WAN Technologies Part 2
466 WAN Technologies Part 3

WAN Sims
467 WAN Sim 1
468 WAN Sim 2
469 WAN Sim 3
470 WAN Sim 4
471 WAN – sim 5

DCE DTE – physical routers (ICND1)
472 Home lab options
473 DCE DTE Demo Part 1
474 DCE DTE Demo Part 2

HDLC (ICND2)
475 HDLC Introduction
476 HDLC Demo Part 1
477 HDLC Demo Part 2

IP SLA (ICND2)
478 IP SLA Overview
479 IP SLA Configuration (Part 1)
480 IP SLA Configuration (Part 2) and Testing
481 IP SLA Config Change Issue

BGP
482 BGP Overview and the CCNA
483 BGP Looking Glass
484 GNS3 BGP Part 1
485 GNS3 BGP Part 2
486 GNS3 BGP Part 3
487 GNS3 BGP Part 4
488 GNS3 BGP Part 5
489 GNS3 BGP Part 6
490 GNS3 BGP Part 7
491 GNS3 BGP Part 8
492 GNS3 BGP Part 9
493 GNS3 BGP Part 10

BGP Cheat Sheet
494 PacketLife.net BGP Cheat Sheet

IPv6 Routing – OSPF (ICND2)
495 OSPFv3 Overview
496 OSPFv3 configuration and show commands: R1
497 OSPFv3 configuration and show commands: R2
498 OSPFv3 full network configuration and testing
499 OSPFv3 Troubleshooting
500 OSPF IPv6 no ip addresses (CCNA VLOG #044)

IPv6 Routing – EIGRP (ICND2)
501 EIGRP for IPv6 Introduction
502 EIGRP for IPv6 Configuration
503 EIGRP for IPv6 Troubleshooting

IPv6 Access Lists ICND2
504 IPv6 ACLs Part 1
505 IPv6 ACLs Part 2
506 IPv6 ACLs Part 3
507 IPv6 ACLs Part 4
508 IPv6 ACLs Demo 1
509 IPv6 ACLs Demo 2

VPNs
510 VPNs Part 1
511 VPNs Part 2
512 VPNs Part 3
513 VPNs Part 4

GRE Tunnels
514 GRE Tunnels and Tunnel Demo Overview
515 RFCs. Protocol Typesand Lab Part 1
516 GNS3 GRE Lab Part 2: GRE Tunnel Configuration
517 GNS3 GRE Lab Part 3: EIGRP
518 GNS3 GRE Lab Part 4: Wireshark captures and show commands
519 GNS3 GRE Lab Part 5: GRE and OSPF
520 VPN Config Generator

VPN Config Generator
521 GRE: Site to Site Tunnel

IPSec Cheat Sheet
522 PacketLife.net IPSec Cheat Sheet

DMVPN (ICND2)
523 DMVPN Overview
524 DMVPN Demo Part 1
525 DMVPN Demo Part 2
526 DMVPN – Wireshark captures & routing troubleshooting

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