Time
13 hours 57 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner
CEU/CPE
14

Video Transcription

00:00
I wanna welcome back to icy and you won Interconnecting Cisco networking devices. Part one. This is less an introduction of 1.3 of the fundamentals of wide area networks. I am trending Daryl and I will be the instructor for this course.
00:13
In the last lesson, we talked a bit about Datalink Protocols, which isn't hubs and a little bit about SoHo on Enterprise.
00:22
It's a little bit of a lot about this lesson overview. We're gonna be going on the least line wide area networks.
00:27
And then finally, we're gonna finish up with the white wine, every network technologies being eo Mpls,
00:33
we're gonna look at cable D s l a little bit of others.
00:38
I was getting too few lesson pre assessment here.
00:42
So can you tell me the speed of a T one line on? I'll give you a few seconds deposit video here.
00:51
All right. Hopefully you've got the answer. That is 1.2544 megabits per seconds. 6.31 is actually the tea too.
01:03
And the next reassessment question,
01:06
What are the two most common least line? Layer two protocols.
01:10
Give me a few seconds to pause a video.
01:15
All right. Hopefully you got thes It is tthe e h d l c
01:21
and pee pee pee wee talking a little bit about those
01:25
in this lesson
01:29
and last pre assessment question, what is required in a customer's network for a D S L D. Transmit data from the router to the Internets,
01:37
and I give you just a quick second to think about that.
01:44
All right? Hopefully you got the D S O Motome.
01:47
That'll be the last pre assessment from the next episode. We're going to jump right in with the least line wide area networks. And as always, if you have questions that you need help, feel free to contact me. Otherwise, thank you for watching this intro. Now, look forward to seeing you in the remainder of the lesson. Thank you.
02:04
Yeah.

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