Course Content

Module 1: Network Fundamentals

08:20
1.0 Introduction CCNA
03:10
1.1 Introduction to TCP/IP Networking
05:51
1.2 TCP/IP Model
07:48
1.3 TCP/IP Layers
05:39
1.4 OSI Model
03:38
1.5 Fundamentals of Ethernet LANs
07:19
1.6 SOHO vs. Enterprise LANs, Cable Pinouts, and Standards
05:51
1.7 Data-Link Protocols
04:26
1.8 Switches and Hubs
02:05
1.9 Fundamentals of WANs
07:00
1.10 Leased Line WANs
05:10
1.11 WAN Technologies
03:06
1.12 Fundamentals of IPv4 Addressing and Routing
04:46
1.13 Network Functions and Routing Logic
11:48
1.14 IPv4 Addresses, Rules, Classes, and Subnets
09:36
1.15 IP Routing Table, Protocols, and ARP
02:08
1.16 Fundamentals of TCP/IP Transport and Applications
09:34
1.17 TCP - Transmission Control Protocol
05:34
1.18 UDP - User Datagram Protocol

Module 2: Implementing Basic Ethernet LANs

02:08
2.1 Using the Command-Line Interface
17:22
2.2 Accessing the Cisco IOS CLI
15:16
2.3 User and Privileged Modes
10:28
2.4 Cisco IOS Software Management
02:05
2.5 Analyzing Ethernet Switching
07:50
2.6 Switching Logic and Concepts
10:03
2.7 Learning MAC Addresses and Flooding Frames
10:07
2.8 MAC Address Table
03:06
2.9 Configuring Basic Switch Management
09:41
2.10 Securing Switch CLI with Usernames and Passwords
16:14
2.11 SSH, Configuring a Remote Interface for Management
06:38
2.12 Useful Lab Commands
01:56
2.13 Configuring Switch Interfaces
12:44
2.14 Interface Options and Auto-Negotiation
14:45
2.15 Port Security
12:35
2.16 Implementing Ethernet LANs Lab

Module 3: Ethernet LANs, Design, VLANs, and Troubleshooting

02:04
3.1 Analyzing Ethernet Designs
08:01
3.2 Collision Broadcast Domains and VLANs
08:14
3.3 Campus LAN Topologies
07:28
3.4 LAN Physical Standard and Wireless
02:05
3.5 Implementing Ethernet Virtual LANs
05:55
3.6 VLAN and Trunking Concepts
05:57
3.7 Trunking Protocols and Sending Data Between VLANs
09:10
3.8 VLAN Configuration and Verification
15:53
3.9 VTP Concepts, Trunking Configuration, and Verification
05:01
3.10 Access and Voice VLANs
01:46
3.11 Troubleshooting Ethernet LANs
08:00
3.12 Troubleshooting Switch Problems
05:53
3.13 Analyzing Where Switches Send Frames
08:52
3.14 Troubleshoot Port Security
06:51
3.15 Troubleshoot VLAN and VLAN Trunks
08:51
3.16 Ethernet VLANs Lab

Module 4: IPv4 Addressing and Subnetting

01:36
4.1 IPv4 Subnetting
13:02
4.2 Determining Subnet and Address Needs
08:52
4.3 VLSM
02:31
4.4 Classic IPv4 Networks
14:32
4.5 Classful Networks Concepts
11:36
4.6 Converting Decimal and Binary

Module 5: Implementing IPv4

02:09
5.1 Operating Cisco Routers
08:36
5.2 Router Access and Interface Configuration
08:09
5.3 IP Routing Explanation
13:54
5.4 Configuring Connected Routes
20:27
5.5 Layer 3 Switching and Configuring Static Routes
02:21
5.6 Learning IPv4 Routes with RIPv2
09:52
5.7 Routing Protocol Concepts
20:41
5.8 RIPv2 Configuration
11:17
5.9 RIPv2 Verification and Troubleshooting
02:14
5.10 DHCP and IP Networking on Hosts
09:17
5.11 DHCP Concepts
11:10
5.12 RIPv2 Configuration
22:06
5.13 Implementing IPv4 Lab

Module 6: ACLs and NAT

02:15
6.1 Basic IPv4 ACLs
10:37
6.2 ACL Foundations
09:52
6.3 Standard ACL Configuration
02:37
6.4 Advanced IPv4 ACLs
06:11
6.5 Extended ACL Concepts
09:19
6.6 Extended ACL Configuration
09:57
6.7 Named ACLs Concepts and Configuration
10:42
6.8 Editing and Troubleshooting an ACL
02:40
6.9 Network Address Translation
11:50
6.10 NAT Concepts
13:25
6.11 Static and Dynamic NAT Configuration
07:25
6.12 NAT Overload (PAT) Configuration
12:54
6.13 ACLs and NAT Lab

Module 7: IP Version 6

01:54
7.1 Fundamentals of IPv6
10:32
7.2 IPv6 Addressing on Routers Part 1
12:01
7.3 IPv6 Addressing on Routers Part 2
07:59
7.4 Different IPv6 Address Types
01:41
7.5 IPv6 Addressing on Routers
12:16
7.6 Implement Unicast Addresses on Routers
06:45
7.7 Other Router Addresses
02:03
7.8 IPv6 Addressing on Hosts
06:05
7.9 Neighbor Discovery Protocol
07:28
7.10 Stateless and Stateful DHCP
02:05
7.11 IPv6 Routing
04:53
7.12 Connected and Local Routes
09:41
7.13 Configuring Static Routes
10:46
7.14 Troubleshooting IPv6 Addressing and Routes

Module 8: Network Device Management

01:57
8.1 Device Management Protocols
10:11
8.2 Syslog
11:00
8.3 Network Time Protocol
08:19
8.4 Using CDP and LLDP
02:15
8.5 Cisco IOS Management
12:48
8.6 IOS Images
05:18
8.7 Password Recovery
03:55
8.8 Configuration Files
05:48
8.9 IOS Packages and Activation

Course Description

This course will enable students to understand virtualization and cloud services, and network programmability related to LAN, access and core segments. It will provide the foundational understanding of network layers 1-3 that are applicable to core routing and switching plus other advanced technologies. Several topics have been added including; understanding the interactions and network functions of firewalls, wireless controllers and access points, along with additional focus on IPv6 and basic network security. The configuration commands are introduced through examples and supported with lab exercises. This course prepares you to get take the ICND1 Exam.

Instructed By

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Trenton Darrow
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Certificate of Completion

Certificate Of Completion

Complete this entire course to earn a CCNA ICND1 Certificate of Completion