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Course: Cisco New CCNA R/S (200-125): The Complete Course

Cisco New CCNA R/S (200-125): The Complete Course

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About this Course

This course is for Cisco's newest certification, the CCNA R/S 200-125, that became effective on August 21st, 2016.

Laz is notorious for his nonchalant and unconventional way of teaching, and has quickly become an authority when it comes to the CCNA certification. Not to mention his achievement in being instrumental in getting his students certified.

This is his latest course for the CCNA R/S and has everything one needs to prepare for the 200-125 certification exam.

The course was produced in a very effective manner where the student would feel as if they are in a classroom setting and the instructor is speaking directly to them.

In Laz's style of teaching, the course is very laid back to make the topics covered more digestible and easier for anyone to understand.

Whether you are a novice or just need a refresher, this course has everything you need to prepare & pass the 200-125 certification.

Students will acquire the knowledge and practice labs in this course to make it transferable to real world use, as a Cisco and/or IT Professional.

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 & VIRAL (Virtual Internet Routing Lab) are Cisco proprietary software and can only be obtained through Cisco. But students have more options that those. They can create their own lab with real equipment, get BOSON or GNS3. It is up to each student to obtain the simulator/emulator of their choice to study along with this course. Please also NOTE: .pkt files are not up-loadable to this site. 

This means you would have to replicate the labs here in order to practice and follow along.

This course will give students an in-depth understanding of networking, using routers and switches and their various configurations and connections. Students will learn how to configure; default, static and dynamic routing. Students will comprehend how to manipulate each of the routing protocols attributes to meet the requirements of the network.

This course will also prepare the student in Layer 2 technology and its various configurations, such as; VLAN’s, VTP, STP, PortFast, EtherChannel, Port-Security, Inter-VLAN communication & Trunking; plus the newest requirements needed for the CCNA (200-125) certification exam as well.

Students will also acquire the knowledge needed to secure their routers through the use of Access-list, configuring the different types of NAT & will be able to manage the router’s components.

Students will also be able to thoroughly grasp the concepts of both Internet Protocols; IPv4 & IPv6

Please keep in mind that Laz has his own book called "The Only IP Book You Will Ever Need!" that will further help those that need a more in-depth understanding of IPv4 & IPv6. 

Also covered in this course is Wide Area Network Protocols like HDLC, PPP. Frame Relay, HSRP, BGP, MPLS, NHRP, MGRE among other things.

Students will also learn how to create redundancy in their networks through the use of Redundancy Protocols such as HSRP which is just as important. Also, within the WAN, the student will also learn how to create VPN’s and GRE Tunnels among other things that are crucial in passing the new CCNA.

Who is the target audience?

  • This course was prepared for those that need to pass the CCNA R/S 200-125 certification exam
  • Students that are currently in College or University for Networking of Computer Science degrees
  • Anyone that wants to advance their career into Networking
  • Employees that need to get the CCNA R/S certification to maintain their relevance in their job
Basic knowledge
  • Those taking this course should have a basic knowledge of Networking
  • Students should have a CCNA R/S study guide book to go along with the course since it will reiterate what is being taught in the course
  • The course uses a combination of simulators like the Cisco Packet Tracer, GNS3 & VIRL to show different topologies and drive the information in a visual manner
  • The simulators used are not provided as part of the course
  • It is the students' responsibility to acquire their own simulator and or live equipment to replicate the topologies shown in this course
  • Anyone that has a passion for Networking, whether for a certification or not, must take this course
  • Books used in this course: CCNA R/S by Cisco Press, Sybex CCNA book by Todd Lammle & The Only IP Book You Will Ever Need!, by Lazaro J. Diaz
What you will learn
  • Once you complete this course, you will be prepared and ready to pass Cisco's new CCNA R/S 200-125 certification exam.
  • If you need to be knowledgeable in Networking, than this is the course for you!
Curriculum
Lectures quantity: 153
Common duration: 21:36:51
INTRODUCTION TO THE CCNA 200-125 COMPOSITE CERTIFICATION
  • Introduction to the CCNA (200-125) Composite Certification  

    In this course you will be learning from the foundational parts of Networking to the more advanced portions, such as DMVPN,The BGP Routing Protocol, MPLS and other concepts needed as a CCNA or real world Network Engineer would use.


Introduction to TCP/IP Networking
  • Introduction to TCP/IP Networking  

    In this lecture is really just an acknowledgement of the importance of Popularity, history and importance of the TCP/IP model.


  • Perspectives on Networking  

    In this lecture you will learn that all networks are not equal. Every network will have different designs but will attempt to  Stay within the guidelines of the network blueprints.


  • The Application Layer of the TCP/IP model  

    In this lecture we will look at what takes place at the Application layer of the TCP/IP model.


  • The Transport Layer of the TCP/IP model  

    In this lecture we will look at what takes place at the Transport layer of the TCP/IP model. 


  • The Network Layer of the TCP/IP model  

    In this lecture we will look at what takes place at the network layer of the       

              TCP/IP Model.   


  • The Link and Physical Layer of the TCP/IP model  

     In this lecture we will look at what takes place at the Link/Physical layer of the TCP/IP model.


  • Summary of Section 2  

    In this lecture we will summarize what we have covered.


The Breakdown to the OSI Model
  • The OSI Model  

    In this Lecture we will look at a brief history and structure of the OSI model.


  • Comparing the OSI model with the TCP/IP model  

    In this lecture we will compare both models to see how the layer’s map to Each other’s layer.


  • OSI Layers and their Functions  

    In this lecture we will look at the layers of the OSI model and what part they Play in networking.


  • OSI Layering Concepts and Benefits  

    In this lecture we will learn the importance of breaking down networking Concepts into different smaller layers to make it more digestible.


  • Summary of Section 3  

    In this lecture we will summarize what we have covered.


A Look at the Cisco Models
  • Cisco 3 Layer Model  

    In this lecture we will briefly discuss the Cisco 3 Layer Model.


  • Cisco Collapse Architecture  

    In this lecture you will learn the new Cisco 2 Layer Model.


  • Summary of Section 4  

    In this lecture we will summarize what we have covered.


An Introduction to Ethernet Lans
  • An Overview of LANs  

     In this brief lecture we learn the definition of Ethernet LAN’s and standard they follow.


  • Common Small Office Home Office LAN  

    In this lecture we will look at a design for a basic SOHO LAN.


  • Common Enterprise LAN  

    In this lecture we will look at a design for a basic Enterprise LAN.


  • Ethernet Cabling Standards  

     In this lecture we will discuss the different standards of cables used on an Ethernet LAN.


  • Summary of Section 5  

    In this lecture we will summarize what we have covered.


Nodes used on Ethernet Lans
  • Devices used on an Ethernet Network  

    In this Lab we will go over some of the devices that are used on an ethernet Network and some that you will never use!

  • Summary of Section 6  

    we will summarize what we have covered.

Introduction to IPv4 Addressing
  • 24 Introduction to IPv4 Addressing  

    In this lecture we will go over the importance of IP Addressing and the Importance of knowing all aspects of it, such as the format, assigning, Subnetting, VLSM and Summarization.

  • Format and Classes of an IPv4 Address  

    In this lecture we will learn not only the format of an IPv4 address but how to Identify and IPv4 address by looking at the first octet.

  • Classes and private IP Addressing  

    In this lecture you will learn the Private IP ranges and why they are considered Private address or non-routable addresses on the internet.

  • Summary of Section 7  

    we will summarize what we have covered.

Class-Full Subnetting in IPv4
  • Class-Full Subnetting in IPv4  

    In this Lecture you will learn the secrets to Subnetting any class of address, whether if you are given a subnet mask or not.

  • Subnetting a Class "C" Address  

    You will learn how to subnet various class C Addresses

  • Subnetting a Class "B" Address  

    In this lecture you will learn how to Subnet various Class B Addresses

  • Subnetting a Class "A" Address  

    You will learn how to Subnet various class A Addresses

  • Summary of Section 8  
VLSM
  • VLSM  

    In this lecture you will learn how to properly use VLSM in your network and why did VLSM come to be.

  • VLSM Breakdown  

    In this lecture we will learn hoe to resolve a given problem using VLSM

  • Creating a VLSM Network  

    In this lecture we will create a VLSM network and assign the IP's and Masks to the PC's and Routers.

  • Summary of Section 9  

    We will summarize what we have covered.

Route Summarization
  • Route Summarization  

    We will learn the importance of summarization and what Route Summarization is.

  • Summarization Breakdown  

    In this lecture I will show you how to summarize multiple networks using binary.

  • Assigning the Summary Address  

    In this lecture you will learn how to assign a summary address to the router

  • Summary of Section 10  

    we will summarize what we have covered.

Configuration within the CLI
  • Introduction to Cisco's CLI  

    In this lecture you will become familiar with the Cisco command line Interface

  • Navigation of the CLI  

    In this lecture we will navigate the CLI using different commands to get where we need to go

  • Cisco Router Components  

    In this lecture you will learn the main components Cisco uses to boot and maintain the router

  • Router Boot Sequence  

    In this lecture you will learn the process the router uses to Boot Up

  • password Recovery Procedure  

    In this lecture you will learn how to bypass the boot sequence in order to inside your router.

  • Router Administrative Commands  

    In this lecture you will learn the admin commands one must know to have minimum security and access to their router

  • Router interface Commands  

    In this lecture you will learn how to configure the interfaces of your router

  • Summary of Section 11  

    we will summarize what we have covered

All About Routing
  • Routing Packets in your network  

    In this lecture you will learn the importance and various ways packets get to their intended destination. You will also gain an understanding about administrative Distances

  • Default Routing  

    in this lecture you will learn how to use a Default Routes and when it is Feasible to use them.

  • Static Routing  

    In this lecture you will learn how to create static routes and change their default Administrative distance and understand the concepts behind them.

  • Dynamic Routing  

    In this Lecture you will learn the different types of routing protocols we could use on our network. You will also gain an understanding of how they work and what would be best suited for the type of network you have.

  • Configuring RIPv2  
  • Passive Interface  

    in this brief lecture we will define what the Passive-Interface command is and its uses.

  • Configuring the Passive-Interface  

    In this lecture we will learn how to configure the passive-Interface command.

  • RIPv2 Default Routes  

    You will learn what Dynamic Default routes are used for.

  • Configuring RIPv2 Default Routes  

    In this lecture you will learn how to configure a RIP Default Route on your router.

  • Summary of Section 12  

    we will summarize what we have covered.

The EIGRP Routing Protocol
  • The EIGRP Routing Protocol  
  • Basic Configuration of EIGRP  

    In this lecture you will learn the basics of configuring EIGRP within a single autonomous system.

  • The EIGRP Topology Table  

    In this lecture we will breakdown the Topology table to fully Understand what you're looking at

  • Successor and Feasible Successor Routes  

    In this lecture you will understand how EIGRP calculates the Feasible and Successor Routes.

  • The EIGRP Neighbor Table  
  • Wildcards to Configure EIGRP  
  • Tweaking the Bandwidth in EIGRP  
  • Load Balancing with EIGRP  
  • Summary of Section 13  
All About OSPF
  • All About OSPF  

    In this lecture you will learn about OSPF Concepts, Features, terms and Different types of Configurations to include Authentication.

  • OSPF Basic Lab  
  • Designated and Backup Router Lab  
  • Multi Area OSPF Lab  
  • OSPF Authentication Lab  
  • Summary of Section 14  
All About Switching
  • LAN Switching  
  • Common Command on a Switch  
  • The Spanning Tree Protocol  
  • STP Election Process  
  • Manipulation of STP  

    In this lecture you will be configuring STP to influence the Election of the Root Bridge and how to turn off STP and protect against switching loops

  • Summary of Section 15  
All About VLAN's
  • Using Vlans in Our Network  
  • VLAN Configuration  
  • Using the Virtual Trunking Protocol  
  • Trunking Ports on L2 Switches  
  • Securing Ports on a Switch  
  • Summary of Section 16  
Welcome to Inter-Vlan Routing and EtherChannel
  • Inter-VLAN Routing  
  • Ether-Channel  
  • EtherChannel Configuration  
  • Summary of Section 17  
Welcome to IPv6
  • The Ins and Outs of IPv6  
  • Assigning IPv6 Addresses to an Interface  
  • Static Routing In IPv6  
  • RIPng Configuration  
  • EIGRPv6 Configuration  
  • OSPFv3 Configuration  
  • Dual Stack Routing  
  • Subnetting in IPv6  
  • Summary of Section IPv6  
Welcome to Access-List
  • Unraveling Access-List  

    In this lecture you will learn about the types of ACL's, rules of ACL's, Creating and Assigning ACL's. we also discuss how to use the Remark Command.

  • Standard ACL Configuration  
  • Standard ACL's for Telnet  
  • Extended ACL Configuration  
  • Named ACL Configuration  
  • Remark Command in an ACL  
  • Summary of Section 19  
Welcome to NAT
  • Network Address Translation (NAT)  
  • Configuring Nat Overload  
  • Summary of Section 20  
Welcome to Wide Area Network (WAN)
  • Welcome to WAN  
  • Configuring PPP  
  • Configuring Frame-Relay  
  • Configuring GRE Tunnels  
  • Radius Lab  
  • TACACS+ Lab  
  • IPSLA Lab  
  • Summary of Section WAN  
Welcome to MPLS
  • Welcome to MPLS  
  • The Basics of MPLS  
  • MPLS VPN Layer 2  
  • MPLS VPN Layer 3  
  • Summary of Section MPLS  
Welcome to BGP
  • Introduction to BGP  
  • Comparison eBGP VS iBGP Lab  
  • Minimal eBGP  
  • Summary of Section BGP  
Welcome to HSRP
  • Introduction to HSRP  
  • HSRP Lab  
  • Summary of Section HSRP  
Welcome to DMVPN
  • Intro to DMVPN  
  • DMVPN Lab  
  • VPN  
  • Summary of Section DMVPN  
IP Services
  • Introduction to IP Services  
  • SNMP LAB  
  • Summary of Section IP Services  
Managing a Cisco Internetwork
  • Configuring DHCP  
  • DHCP Relay Agent  
  • Verifying DHCP on a Cisco IOS  
  • Network Time Protocol (NTP)  
  • Resolving Hostnames  
  • Summary of Section Internetwork  
Evolution of Intelligent Network
  • Introduction to Evolution of Intelligent Network  
  • API's  
  • Cisco APIC-EM  
  • Summary of Section Intelligent Network  
Licensing
  • Licensing a Cisco Router  
  • Licensing Lab  
  • Summary of Section Licensing  
Summary of Course
  • Summary of Course  
Bonus Lab
  • Extreme Lab From Scratch Challenge  
Quality of Service (QoS)
  • QoS Introduction  
  • QoS Lab  
  • QoS Explanation  
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