2 hours 8 minutes

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Hello. Welcome to infrastructure services. This is your course introduction. I am treading, dear. Must go ahead and begin.
So the pre burgers is for this course being kind of intermediate networking Course, you should have a knowledge of network fundamentals. You should know. You're always I model. You should understand how packets traverse is that network. You should know how to sub net in a sign of peace to computer interfaces. You don't need to be a master submitting if you start the whip out. Paper and pencil, that's fine. Not used deal.
It's not really using this course, just kind of getting you into that.
That range where you should be for this. You should have a working knowledge of Cisco equipment. Its preferred for this because I will be using it in my examples and in the labs
along with that, a boon to VM and also Windows VM. So you have those as phenomenal.
All right, so I'm trend Darrow on current network engineer contractor with the army. Uh, I have also about nine years in the National Guard. I've done everything from infantry field artillery
with high Mars. Now I'm FTC I was on the cyber protection team for a little bit. I have certifications from County a Cisco SPLA log Talpiot, Palo Alto. I recently got my last year. I got my bachelor's from W W G u N i t Security.
So go night owls and for anyone going there.
And lastly, I am a bully breed advocate. I love those little dogs there, just full of so much love. And also, did you guys feel free to get me up on LinkedIn? Should be a message. Let me know what you like about the chorus where you want more information.
Um, were to say hello.
So here's almost simple monetary materials. If you want to take a scan over somebody's before we begin, the 1st 1 is the current CCN A before the 301 comes out in February of 2020. That's just some of the different study material that they offer their packet. Life has a ton of quick reference guides
for a different networking stuff with the SPF Yeah, G r P B GP. All sorts of stuff I have a lot of was printed out for that used for quick reference.
There's a good website for seal I reference for Windows because I for some reason, always forget all my windows seal. I, um Lennox, usually pretty good with. But when does I was forget I don't know why. And there also was a Lennox see alive. You're unfamiliar with it because if you're used to a Windows environment is a little bit different.
So it's target audience for this. We're gonna look us in network administrators, some junior network engineers and just really anyone who must learn more about intermediate now working.
So not really advanced course and a little bit more than beginner Course.
So learning objectives, obviously this is less than 1.1 year course introduction 1.2 and so on. We're gonna look at, ah, signing every interfaces through the CLI. We're gonna look at ICMP verifying that everything works out to our gateway. With that,
we're gonna verify our DNS records within its look up. So actually, use that and also we're looking kind of what sockets We have opened our what our ports were listening on. Using that staff
and we will determine our Intermedia routing devices with trace route or trace rt. Depending on your operating system, will look at our our cash and our routing tables. So it is a very command line. Heavy
lesson one will go through Windows 10 and through a boon to
in module to we're gonna go and just patch up a lot of the differences. Go devices. And also, I have a a Seuss, Um, wrap your WiFi router at home, so we're going to patch. That is Woakes is in need of a firmware upgrade
in Model three. We're gonna go over some of the physical characteristics of Ethernet and fiber, so we're gonna get a different transmission speeds real quickly. We're gonna look at the different lengths that they can transmit for, especially its fiber. There's a huge difference in the kinds.
I won't get too in depth only what we're going to kind of go over a rough overview of everything
in module, for we're gonna kind of look at disaster recovery. So we're gonna look at how we should will do back of confessions. There's a lot of different solutions for it. Look at ones that might be right for your environment.
We're gonna do automatic and backups for the Cisco switch config. And 4.3 we're gonna manually restore from t ftp there some environments where you just don't have that option. And you just got to go old school with as this age or council cable
were. You have to manually put it in that way. So we'll go ahead and do all those
And in the last module, this is gonna be kind of a short lab. I understand if you don't have the equipment thought he was deal. Sit back. Watch the configuration. Especially with the lesson 5.2. We're gonna set up some GRD tunnels in between are different networks.
And lastly, we'll take a look at the routing tables at what they kind of were before we go through that in the muscle of 5.1. Look at the original routing tables and 5.3 will take a look at the routing tables after we've set a target. G R E tunnels.
This lesson today we discussed who I am. We looked at the supplementary materials for this. We looked at the lesson objectives for the course in We also kind of looked at the general outline for the course.
And as always, I thank you for washing this course introduction and I look forward to seeing you notice. Of course,

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Infrastructure Services

This Intermediate networking course will look at some of the more advanced tasks required to maintain a network. We will cover network tunneling, upgrading Cisco IOS to fix patches so we can avoid exploits, and other network troubleshooting tasks.

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Trenton Darrow
Network Engineer at NCI Information Systems, Inc