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Course: NEW Cisco CCNA IPv4 Course!

NEW Cisco CCNA IPv4 Course!

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About this Course

This course will cover all aspects of the IPv4 protocol. ...and YES! it is still relevant today.

Students will learn IP addressing, Subnetting, VLSM, Route Summarization, Wildcard Masking, common Network equipment, basic Router administrative commands, configuring Router interfaces, planning a Network infrastructure and many other topics that are important and needed, not just for certification purposes, but also for real world scenarios.

The course will also show students how to assign IP addresses to PC’s and Routers. As well as gaining an understanding of the TCP/IP properties such as gateways.

DISCLAIMER: Please note that the simulators/emulators used in this course are not part of the course.

It is the students responsibility to have these to practice with.

The Cisco Packet Tracer and/or VIRAL (Virtual Internet Routing Lab) are Cisco proprietary software and can only be obtained through Cisco.

It is up to each student to obtain the simulator/emulator of their choice to study along with this course.

Besides the simulators/emulators mentioned above, students can also use GNS3, BOSON or Live Equipment.

My teaching methodology is to make learning straight to the point, fun and most importantly to make sure that you are prepared for the real life environment as well as to pass a Cisco certification exam or the IP portion of an IT/Networking test.

My method should expedite the way you convert IP addresses in order to make you faster, better and knowledgeable when tackling the IPv4 protocol.

As for those that are skeptical about IPv4; I assure you that we are still and will be using IPv4 for some time to come.

So don't expect that it will go away any time soon. The transition from IPv4 to IPv6 will still take some time :(

My IPv4 course will help you in becoming comfortable with, not only the IPv4 protocol, but it will also help you in preparing for any networking certification and/or Computer Science Degree exam; not to mention the fact, that for those that are going for a Cisco certification exam, it will help you in calculating IP addresses without a calculator. (calculators are NOT allowed in any CISCO testing site, so you need to learn how to subnet in your head!)...and the faster the better, since as you know the test is timed.

This method should expedite the way you convert in order to make you faster, better and stronger to pass the test!

Please be aware that I have authored a book on IPv4 that is available on AMAZON called "The Only IP Book You Will Ever Need!". For those interested, this book along with this course, will help you achieve a greater understanding of this still important & extremely relevant protocol.

See you in the course!

Laz

Who is the target audience?

  • This course is for those that want or need a better understanding of IPv4
  • This course is for those that want to pass a Cisco certification exam
  • This course is for those that are currently taking Cisco courses at a College or Univiersity and want to get a better understanding of IPv4
  • This course is for those already in the IT field, but need a more indepth understanding of IPv4
  • This course is for those that want to take a certification exam and want to pass the IPv4 portion without the need of a calculator (which  is not allowed in a testing site)
Basic knowledge
  • Students will need a basic understanding of Networks
  • Students will need a simulator/emulator to go along with the course
  • Students can follow along with my book (available on AMAZON), called "The Only IP BOOK YOU Will Ever Need!
  • Students should have a great desire to know this protocol, not only for certification purposes, but also for the real world
What you will learn
  • This course will prepare students to subnet without using a calculator
  • Once you finish my course on IP’s, you will have a strong grasp of IPv4. Students will be able to create and implement an IP addressing scheme, assign IP addresses to PC’s with proper subnetmask, gateways if needed, as well as DNS
  • At the end of this course, students will learn how configure an IP address on a routers interface through the CLI and finally test the network for connectivity using various commands.
  • The understanding of IP’s is an essential element for a Network Professional and this course will prepare the student for any networking certification that has IPv4 as part of their exams
  • This course will help students that are looking to take certifications such as N+, CCNA, CCNP and MCSE
  • IPs is the core of networking and mastering this knowledge is key to any IT position
  • This course will make the student efficient, valuable and an asset in a Networking environment
Curriculum
Number of Lecture: 37
Total Duration: 04:27:08
Introduction to the IPv4 Course
  • Introduction to the IPV4 Course  

    In this lecture I will explain what you should expect from the course and what you have learned by the end.


IP Addresssing
  • Introduction to IP Addressing  

    In this lecture, I will briefly discuss the topics that we will be learning.

  • Common Hardware used on a Network  

    This lecture will provide you with a common knowledge of end devices and Networking devices you will use on a network. Will briefly discuss collision domains and broadcast domains, which will allow you to make better decision when designing, or troubleshooting your network


  • What is an IP Address?  

    In this lecture you will not only learn what an IP address is and its use, but you will also learn the format of an IP address and how it divides into host and networks.

  • Special IP Addresses  

    In this lecture, you will learn that some IP addresses are reserved and cant be assigned to interfaces. Examples would be loopback address, Broadcast address,or Multicast addresses.

  • Classes of IP Addresses  

    In this lecture, you will learn the IP addresses are broken down into classes Private and Public. We will gain an understanding of what that means and learn which are Public and which are private


  • The Subnetmask  

     In this lecture you will learn what the purpose of the Subnetmask is and that it is the key to solving any IP addressing issue.

  • Summary of IP Addressing  

    In this lecture, we will briefly explain what we covered in the section.


Introduction to Conversions and Basic Configurations
  • Introduction to Conversions and Basic Configurations Section  

    In this section, we will discuss Conversions, plan your IP structure, assigning your IP addresses to PC’s.

  • CIDR to Dotted Decimal Conversions  

    In this lecture, we will learn how to convert from CIDR notation to Dotted Decimal numbering.

  • Planning your Interface  

    In this lecture, we will learn to organize and plan your network, to be able to organize your IP addressing scheme.


  • Assigning your IP's to end Devices  

     In this lecture, we will learn how to assign IP address to your PC.


  • Summary of Conversions and Basic Configurations Section  

    In this lecture, we will briefly discuss topics covered.


Introduction to Basic Router Configurations and IP's 5 lectures
  • Introduction to Basic Router Configurations and IP's Section  

    In this lecture, I will discuss topics covered.

  • Basic Router Configurations  

    In this lecture, I will go over basic router configuration.


  • Configuring a Router Interface  

    In this lecture, I will show you how to assign an IP address to a router Interface, give the interface a description and when needed a clock rate


  • Private IP's VS Public IP's  

    In this lecture we will discuss the differences between public and private IP’s and I will show you the range of Private IP’s

  • Summary of Basic Router Configurations and IP's Section  

    In this lecture, I will go over topics discussed


Subnetting
  • Introduction to Subnetting Section  

    In this lecture, I will explain the topics that we are going to cover in this Section.


  • The need for Subnetting  

    In this lecture, I will explain why we subnet and the importance of how to do it quickly, not only for certification purposes but for the real world also.


  • How do we Subnet?  

    In this lecture, I will show you how to subnet and the table you would need to help you find the answer quickly.


  • Subnetting Different Classes of IPv4 Addresses  

     In this lecture, I will show you how to subnet a Class A, B or C address


  • The Magical Line Concept  

     In this lecture, I will show you how you can subnet even faster.


  • Summary of Subnetting  

     In this lecture, I will discuss topics covered


Summarization
  • Introduction to Summarization Section  

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

  • How to Summarize the Binary way  

     In this lecture, I will show you how to summarize various networks using the binary method.


  • The Importance of Summarization  

     In this lecture, I will show you why we would need to summarize addresses.

  • Summary of Summarization  

     in this lecture, I will discuss topics covered.


VLSM
  • Introduction to the VLSM Section  

    In this lecture, I will explain the topics we will be covering

  • What is VLSM?  

    In this lecture, I will explain VLSM and its rules and why we use it.


  • How do we calculate VLSM networks?  

     In this lecture, I will show how to calculate VLSM

  • Summary of VLSM Section  

    In this lecture, I will discuss topics covered


– Wildcard Masking
  • Introduction to the Wildcard Masking section  

    In this lecture, I will explain the topics we are covering

  • How do we calculate Wildcard mask?  

    In this lecture, I will show you two easy methods to calculate your wildcard mask.


  • Examples of using wildcard masking  

    In this lecture, I will show different ways wildcard masks are used such as ACLs and NAT.


  • Summary of Wildcard Masking Section  

    In this lecture, I will discuss topics covered.

Summary of the Course
  • Summary of the Course!  

    We will go over what we have covered in this course.


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