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  • The CCNA Data Center covers a wide range of technologies found in the data center. In this course, we dive deep into the concepts of unified fabric with the FCoE protocol, along with complimentary technologies found in the data center bridging extensions such as Priority-based Flow Control (PFC) and Enhanced Transmission Selection (ETS). We'll then move on to the Cisco UCS platform, spending time reviewing the products and solutions within the UCS stack, while also taking the time to do a full initial setup and configuration in the lab. Finally, we'll go over the Nexus 1000v switch - including an install and configure lab - and how virtualization impacts the data center.

  • Cisco CCNA: IP Routing by Ross Bagurdes

    In this course, we dive deeper into IP routing. Routing protocols are critical for keeping a network fault-tolerant, so we will spend plenty of time looking at EIGRP and OSPF and their operation. Additionally, IPv6 is moving into data networking, albeit somewhat slowly at this point, and it's important to understand the fundamentals of IPv6 routing, so we dive into OSPFv3 and EIGRP for IPv6 as well.

  • The CCNA Data Center covers a wide range of technologies found in the data center. In this course, we dive deep into LAN architecture with the Cisco Nexus line of switches, their specific use cases, and how to perform initial setup and configuration. We'll also look at advanced switching techniques, such as Virtual Port Channels, FabricPath, and Virtual Device Contexts (VDCs). Finally, we'll switch gears and focus on Storage Area Network (SAN) design and implementation with the Cisco MDS line of switches, including port types, Virtual SAN (VSAN), zoning, masking, and Fabric Login (FLOGI).

  • Learn the essentials of Cisco Data Center Networking and prepare for the 640-911 certification exam, the first of two exams leading to the Cisco Certified Network Associate - Data Center (CCNA DC) certification. This exam aims to test a candidate's ability to handle a number of practical activities in a Nexus based networking environment, including access control, routing, and IP addressing. Any experience working with a Nexus or IOS based network would be valuable, but the course is focused on bringing an introductory level of knowledge to any level of candidate.

  • In a switched networked environment, which currently dominates enterprise business, we need to provide a quick converging, and loop free layer 2 network. This involves understanding Spanning Tree Protocol, which is a simple solution to prevent layer 2 loops, yet can create complex topologies, and potentially a slow converging network, which can cause issues for our users. We will look at how Spanning Tree Protocol operates, and then examine how it converges on a real network. Then we dive into looking at how we can modify the Spanning Tree Protocol topology and improve performance. Additionally, we will perform an IOS upgrade on a router and a switch, and even cover how to fix an upgrade gone awry. Also, you will learn how to change the password on a router or a switch when you do not know the password.

  • Part 1 of 2 in the Cisco CCNA Voice (640-461 ICOMM) series. This Cisco CCNA Voice course will enhance your ability to build and deploy a Cisco telephony system for SMB environments. It includes building a lab from start to finish, best practices, and licensing. To get the most out of this course, you should have a solid foundation in Cisco networking and routing.

  • Part 2 of 2 in the Cisco CCNA Voice (640-461 ICOMM) series. This Cisco CCNA Voice course will enhance your ability to build and deploy a Cisco telephony system for SMB environments. It includes building a lab from start to finish, best practices, and licensing. To get the most out of this course, you should have a solid foundation in Cisco networking and routing.

  • Part 2 of 3 in the Cisco CCNA Wireless (640-722 IUWNE) series is intended for anyone who wants to build upon their CCNA certification (or equivalent knowledge). In this course, you will learn how to set up, configure, maintain and troubleshoot a Cisco Wireless Network.

  • Part 1 of 3 in the Cisco CCNA Wireless (640-722 IUWNE) series is intended for anyone who wants to build upon their CCNA certification (or equivalent knowledge). In this course, you will learn how to set up, configure, maintain and troubleshoot a Cisco Wireless Network.

  • Part 3 of 3 in the Cisco CCNA Wireless (640-722 IUWNE) series is intended for anyone who wants to build upon their CCNA certification (or equivalent knowledge). In this course, you will learn how to set up, configure, maintain and troubleshoot a Cisco Wireless Network.

  • Part 1 of 3 in the Cisco CCNA Security (640-554) series will teach you how to identify, lockdown, and secure vulnerabilities in a small to medium enterprise branch network. This course will also help you to enhance your skills in developing security infrastructure, recognizing threats, and mitigating security threats. This course is ideal for network administrators or aspiring network administrators who wish to build a stronger foundation of advanced security concepts.

  • Part 3 of 3 in the Cisco CCNA Security (640-554) series will teach you how to identify, lockdown, and secure vulnerabilities in a small to medium enterprise branch network. This course will also help you to enhance your skills in developing security infrastructure, recognizing threats, and mitigating security threats. This course is ideal for network administrators or aspiring network administrators who wish to build a stronger foundation of advanced security concepts.

  • Part 2 of 3 in the Cisco CCNA Security (640-554) series. This course will teach you how to identify, lockdown, and secure vulnerabilities in a small to medium enterprise branch network. This course will also help you to enhance your skills in developing security infrastructure, recognizing threats, and mitigating security threats. This course is ideal for network administrators or aspiring network administrators who wish to build a stronger foundation of advanced security concepts.

  • Cisco CCNA: WAN Technologies by Ross Bagurdes

    This course is built around understanding and configuring different WAN technologies. In the series, we will explore serial based WAN technologies, including PPP and Frame Relay, including configuration of the protocols. We will then explore more modern options for wide area networks, including ethernet, wireless, and cable technologies. Finally, we will explore virtual private networks (VPNs), and learn how to configure a GRE tunnel.

  • This course is part 3 of 4 in the Cisco CCENT - ICND1 (100-101) series. In this course, the student will learn the fundamental concepts of networking, and then immedately apply this knowledge to the configuration of a router and switch. By the end of the course, the student will have enough knowledge to set up a network environment that has multiple subnets over multiple virtual LANs (VLANs), use network address translation (NAT) to connect to the Internet, and hand out IP addresses automatically. Additionally, the student will take a deep dive into IP addressing, using binary, to really gain a fundamental understanding of how endpoints are addressed. All you need as a prerequisite is a willingness to learn and basic computer skills.

  • Part 2 of 4 in the Cisco CCENT - ICND1 (100-101) series will teach the fundamental concepts of networking, and then immedately apply this knowledge to the configuration of a router and switch. By the end of the course, the student will have enough knowledge to set up a network environment that has multiple subnets over multiple virtual LANs (VLANs), use network address translation (NAT) to connect to the Internet, and hand out IP addresses automatically. Additionally, the student will take a deep dive into IP addressing, using binary, to really gain a fundamental understanding of how endpoints are addressed. All you need as a prerequisite is a willingness to learn and basic computer skills.

  • Part 4 of 4 in the Cisco CCENT - ICND1 (100-101) series will teach the fundamental concepts of networking, and then immedately apply this knowledge to the configuration of a router and switch. By the end of the course, the student will have enough knowledge to set up a network environment that has multiple subnets over multiple virtual LANs (VLANs), use network address translation (NAT) to connect to the Internet, and hand out IP addresses automatically. Additionally, the student will take a deep dive into IP addressing, using binary, to really gain a fundamental understanding of how endpoints are addressed. All you need as a prerequisite is a willingness to learn and basic computer skills.

  • Part 1 of 4 in the Cisco CCENT - ICND1 (100-101) series. In this course, you will learn the fundamental concepts of networking, and then immediately apply this knowledge to the configuration of a router and switch. By the end of the course, you will have enough knowledge to set up a network environment that has multiple subnets over multiple virtual LANs (VLANs), use network address translation (NAT) to connect to the Internet, and hand out IP addresses automatically. Additionally, you will take a deep dive into IP addressing, using binary, to really gain a fundamental understanding of how endpoints are addressed. All you need as a prerequisite is a willingness to learn and basic computer skills.