Cisco CCNA Notes

Modes

How short can commands be? How do you use help for commands? How would you get help with sub commands within a mode? What is first mode? How to move up to priv mode? What commands do we use in priv? How to exit priv? What command What mode do we have [view]

By: tnavarrete | Related Lesson: Layer 2 - Cisco IOS LAB (Part 1) | Modified: February 16, 2019

Open system interconnected model (OSI)

it has seven layers:- physical layer data link network layer transport layer session layer presentation layer application layer [view]

By: lornamuchangi | Related Lesson: Open Systems Interconnect Model (OSI) Introduction | Modified: February 16, 2019

data link layer

pros says layer 2 [view]

By: niyazh6 | Related Lesson: Layer 2 - Data Link Layer Overview | Modified: February 16, 2019

ccna

xbaseT cable types Straightthrough Crossover category 3 4 5 more twisting in ascending order [view]

By: niyazh6 | Related Lesson: Layer 1 - Physical Layer | Modified: February 16, 2019

abreviations

FCS – frame check sequence CRC [view]

By: kaeae | Related Lesson: Layer 2 - Mac Addresses | Modified: February 16, 2019

7-th bit

if off then it’s most likely unique [view]

By: kaeae | Related Lesson: Layer 2 - Data Link Layer Overview | Modified: February 16, 2019

Bia

Burnt in address used for mac [view]

By: prakh16 | Related Lesson: Layer 2 - MAC Address Table LAB | Modified: February 13, 2019

transport layer

transport layer controls communication between end devices [view]

By: kamal843 | Related Lesson: Layer 4 - Transport Layer Overview | Modified: February 12, 2019

physical layer

physical layer deals with stuff you can touch such as cables, hubs, repeaters. [view]

By: AMARACHI FELIX | Related Lesson: Layer 1 - Physical Layer | Modified: February 10, 2019

OSI

Layers: 1 : Physica [view]

By: briannaleigh28 | Related Lesson: Open Systems Interconnect Model (OSI) Introduction | Modified: February 6, 2019

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