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Course: Cisco New CCNA CCENT / ICND1 (100-105): The Complete Course

Cisco New CCNA CCENT / ICND1 (100-105): The Complete Course

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About this Course

This course will take the student from A to Z to prepare and pass Cisco's newest CCENT or ICND1 (100-105) certification exam.

It was produced in a simplistic, easy to comprehend manner in order to maximize the students ability to digest, implement and execute the topics; not only in a test environment, but also in real world scenarios.

Please note that the CCENT certification is the first certification needed to advance to other certification within Cisco's CCNA track.

This means that students need to pass the CCENT to continue any other CCNA certification within Cisco. Unless the student is taking Cisco's composite exam.

Please read the coarse FAQ outlined herein, to understand what you should expect of this course and what you are expected to do and have before beginning this course.

The CCENT 100-105 course was produced in a very unorthodox and relaxed manner in order to drill in the topics that Cisco requires to meet their criteria and prepare to pass the certification exam.

I hope that this course meets and exceeds your expectation as a Network student and/or IT Professional.

~ Laz

P.S.: Wondering which book(s) I've used for this course?

  • Cisco Press Book for the CCNA CCENT/ICND1 (100-105)
  • Sybex Book by Todd Lammle for the new CCNA CCENT/ICND1 (100-105)
  • AMAZON book by Lazaro J. Diaz called "The Only IP Book You Will Ever Need!

Who is the target audience?

  • Anyone interested in a Networking career, should take this course
  • Anyone that wants and/or needs Cisco's new CCENT certification
  • Anyone with the desire to become a Network Engineer
  • Anyone that wants to brush up on the new Cisco topics for the CCENT exam
  • Anyone that needs to implement the new Cisco topics in the real world
  • Students should be aware that the CCENT and/or ICND1 (100-105) is the very first certification needed to advance to any other Cisco exam


Basic knowledge
  • Students will need a simulator/emulator while taking this course in order to practice the labs herein.
  • Simulators and/or Emulators for this course are not provided in this course. That is the student's responsibility
  • It is highly recommended that anyone taking this course should also get a CCENT book from their favorite author...making sure it is for the NEW 100-105 certification exam
  • Students starting this course should have a BASIC knowledge of Networks and the terminology used in a Network environment
  • Books used in this course: The CCENT/ICND1 Study Guide by Cisco Press, Sybex CCENT study guide by Todd Lammle & The Only IP Book You Will Ever Need!, by Lazaro J. Diaz
What you will learn
  • After completion of this course, students will be prepared and able to pass the CCENT (100-105) or ICND1 certification exam
  • Once a student completes this course, he/she will be able to implement the topics learned herein and apply it to real world scenarios
  • Completion of this course and passing the certification exam will allow students to move on to any other Cisco certification
Curriculum
Number of Lecture: 91
Total Duration: 12:27:30
Introduction to CCENT/CISCO ICND1 (100-105)
  • Introduction to CCENT/CISCO ICND1 (100-105)  

    In this lecture I will introduce to you what we will be covering in this course and also advice you, on the books I am using to make sure you get what you need to pass your CCENT certification.


TCP/IP Networking
  • Introduction To Section 2  

    In this lecture, I explain what will be covering in this section.


  • Foundational Topics  

    In this lecture, you will gain an understanding a perspective on networks, a brief history of the TCP Protocol.


  • Overview of TCP/IP Network  

    In this lecture you will see the new 5 layer TCP protocol stack and learn how HTTP works.


  • Summary of Section 2  

    In section I will briefly go over the topics covered.


Fundamentals of Ethernet LAN's
  • Introduction to Section 3  

    In this lecture, I will explain what topics will be covering such as Ethernet and Cabling.


  • An Overview of LAN's  

    In this lecture, we will discuss what type of cable is needed to connect different devices and gain an understanding of collision and broadcast domains.


  • Ethernet Physical Layer Standards  

    In this lecture, we get a more detailed into the standards and type of cables used in a network.


  • Identifying network layer information  

    In this lecture, I will show you what to look at, so you know what type of layer 3 packet you are dealing with.


  • Summary of Section 3  

    In section I will briefly go over the topics covered.


Fundamentals of WAN
  • Introduction to Section 4  

    In this lecture, I will explain what topics we will be covering in this section dealing with WAN Technology.


  • Leased Line WAN's  

    In this lecture, you will learn about leased lines and how to configure a WAN using Serial cables and using the clock rate.


  • Basics of HDLC Protocol  

    In this lecture, we get into the details of HDLC, and what you may expect in the certification.


  • Ethernet as WAN Technology  

    In this lecture you will learn what Ethernet over WAN technology is, such as MPLS.


  • Accessing the Internet  

    In this lecture, I will give an overview of Cable and DSL, to understand which might be a better technology for your particular needs.


  • Summary of Section 4  

    In section I will briefly go over the topics covered.


Fundamentals of IPv4 Addressing
  • Introduction to Section 5  

    In this lecture, we will be discussing and practicing IPv4.


  • Why is IP Addressing important?  

    In this lecture you FINALLY, learn the importance of IPv4 addresses on a network.


  • Classes of IPv4 Addresses  

    In this lecture, I will teach the how to identify the classes of IPv4 addressing and some extra tips.


  • Private Range of IPv4 Addresses  

    In this lecture, I will breakdown the Private IP range of addresses for internal use only.


  • Assigning IPv4 Addresses  

    In the following lecture, I will show you how to assign an IPv4 address to the PC, Router or Switch. Also you will see how to match a CIDR notation to a DDN.


  • IPv4 Subnetting  

    In this lecture I will show you how to subnet an IPv4 Class A, B and C address.


  • IPv4 routing  

    In this lecture I will show how to look at the routing table and how to configuring static routing and more.


  • Routing in IPv4  

    In this lecture you will learn how to create a default route and understand how they work.


  • Routing Protocols  

    In This lecture I will discuss the different types of routing protocols we use in our network.


  • Summary of Section 5  

    In section I will briefly go over the topics covered.


Introduction to the CLI
  • Introduction to Section 6  

    In this lecture, I will explain what topics will be covering this Section Such as the CLI, connecting, navigating and configuration.


  • Accessing the CLI of a Router or Cisco Switch  

    In this lecture I will show you how to access the router or switch using a console cable or if you don't know the password to the router how to bypass the username and password by interrupting the boot sequence and accessing the ROMMON prompt.


  • Switch Basic Administrative Command  

    In this lecture I will show you how to enter basic admin commands to your switch.


  • Router Basic Administrative command  

    In this lecture I will show you how to enter basic admin commands to your router.


  • LAN Switching Concepts  

    In this lecture how switches learn mac addresses and the function of STP.


  • The Spanning tree protocol  

    In this lecture you will learn about the STP election to see who is going to be the root bridge, root ports, designate forwarding ports and alternating ports. You will also learn how to manipulate the STP election.


  • Configuring Switch Interfaces  

    In this lecture you will how to turn off STP in a range of ports, guard against BPDU's being accepted on those ports, and how to configure AAA authentication.


  • Implementing VLAN's  

    In this lecture you will learn how to create VLANs and how to trunk your ports as well as the importance of the design,


  • Inter-Vlan Configuration  

    In this lecture you will learn how to configure the router for inter-vlan connectivity using the 802.1q protocol.


  • Summary of Section 6  

    In this lecture we will discuss briefly what we discussed in the section.


Introduction to Managing a Cisco network
  • Introduction to Section 7  

    In this lecture I will discuss the topics we will be covering.


  • Components of a Cisco Router  

    In this lecture you will learn the different components of a router and how to manipulate the registry both from within the router and ROMMON.


  • Managing the Cisco Register  

    In this lecture you will learn about the Cisco Register.


  • Backing up and Restoring Cisco Configuration  

    In this lecture you will learn how to backup your start and flash configuration to a tftp server.


  • Monitoring your network  

    In this lecture you will learn how to monitor your network using syslog and how to use the LLDP protocol.


  • Name Resolution  

    In this lecture you will learn how to configure DNS and host tables for name resolution.


  • Summary of Section 7  

    In this lecture we will discuss the topics covered.


Managing Cisco Devices
  • Intro to Diferent Services of the Cisco IOS  

    In this lecture you will learn about the IFS and Licensing on the router.


  • Summary of Section 8  

    In this section we will discuss the topics covered.


Dynamic Routing Process
  • Introduction to Section 9  

    In this lecture you I will discuss the topics covered.


  • Dynamic Routing using RIPv2  

    In this lecture you will learn how to configure RIPv2 and the routing protocols administrative distances.


  • Dynamic Routing Protocol Using EIGRP  

    In this lecture you will learn how to configure EIGRP routing protocol.


  • Dynamic Routing using OSPF  

    In this lecture you will learn how to configure the OSPF routing protocol and understand the AD of the routing protocol.


  • Summary of Section 9  

    In this section we will discuss the topics covered.


Securing your Network
  • Introduction to Section 10  

    In this lecture I will discuss the topics we will cover.


  • Using Hardware to Secure the Network  

    In this lecture you will learn the most common way enterprise network design their security using hardware.


  • Introduction to ACL's  

    In this lecture you will gain an understanding of what ACLs are used for.


  • Standard ACL's  

    In this lecture you will learn the configuration of Standard ACLs.


  • Extended ACL's  

    In this lecture you will learn how to use a standard ACL on the VTY lines and how to configure extended ACLs.


  • Named ACL's  

    In this lecture we will configure an Named ACL, they could be extended or standard.


  • Remarks  

    In this lecture you will learn how to create remarks within an ACL.


  • Monitoring ACL's  

    In this lecture you will learn what show commands you will used to look at ACLs and the direction they are going.


  • Summary of Section 10  

    In this section we will discuss the topics covered.


Introduction to NAT Protocol
  • Introduction to Section 11  

    In this section I will be discussing the topics covered.


  • Why do we use NAT?  

    In this lecture I will explain how NAT came to be and its importance.


  • Types of NAT  

    In this lecture I will discuss the different types of NAT.


  • NAT Names  

    In this lecture you will learn the distinction of the Inside local, Inside global, outside local and outside global addresses.


  • Configuration of NAT  

    In this lecture we will configure NAT over load or PAT and look at the pitfalls you may encounter.


  • NAT Troubleshooting  

    In this lecture you will learn simple show commands to troubleshoot NAT.


  • Summary of NAT  

    In this section we will discuss the topics covered.


Introduction to IPv6
  • Introduction to Section 12  

    In this lecture I will discuss the topics covered in the section.


  • Do we need IPv6?  

    In this lecture we will learn the importance of IPv6.


  • IPv6 Addressing and Expressions  

    In this lecture you learn about the format of IPv6 addressing and the rule of leading zeros and how to determine a valid IPv6 address.


  • Shortened Expressions  

    In this lecture I will show how to shorten the 128 bit address.


  • Address Types  

    In this lecture you will the different types of IPv6 addresses.


  • Special Addresses  

    In this lecture you will the special address of IPv6 addresses.


  • Configuring IPv6 Addresses  

    In this lecture you will learn how to configure an IPv6 address and the EUI-64 configuration on a routers interfaces.


  • S12L74 IPv6 Subnetting  

    In this lecture you will learn the steps of IPv6 subnetting.


  • routing in IPv6  

    In this lecture we will configure RIPng to be able to route across our network.


  • ICMPv6  

    In this lecture, you will learn about the new version of ICMP.


  • Summary of IPv6  

    In this section we will discuss the topics covered.


SUMMARY OF COURSE!!!
  • Summary of Course  

    In this lecture we will briefly discuss what we went over in the course.


Bonus Material!!!
  • Introduction to Bonus Material  

    In this lecture I will discuss topics being covered.


  • RIPv2 Packet Tracer Lab  

    In this lecture we will configure the RIPv2 protocol basics.


  • RIPv2 VIRL Lab  

    In this lecture we will configure RiPv2 authentication using the VIRL simulator.


  • Collapsed Core Architecture  

    In this lecture we will discuss the original Cisco 3 layer model and compare it with the New Cisco Collapse Core Architecture.


  • LLDP Protocol  

    In this lecture we learn about the LLDP protocol and compared it to CDP.


  • Firewalls in a network  

    In this lecture you will the importance of firewalls on a network and what type filers we would configure.


  • Wireless Access Point  

    In this lecture you will learn what a Wireless AP really is and the different types of AP's and possible configurations.


  • Wireless Controllers  

    In this lecture I will discuss the different types of Wireless controllers and their uses.


  • SLAAC LAB  

    In this lecture we will discuss in detail the EIU-64 configuration.


  • IOS Feature Licensing  

    In this lecture we will discuss how to manipulate the Licensing in the Cisco IOS.


  • Backup and Restore  

    In this lecture I will show you the process of backing up and restoring on a Cisco router.


  • Time Zone Configuration  

    In this lecture we will discuss the configuration for setting the Time Zone.


  • IPv6 Anycast Addresses  

    In this lecture we will discuss the IPv6 Anycast address more in depth.


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