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By Chris Bryant CCIE # 12 933, CCNA, CCNP Once upon a time, I WAS in your Shoes. Yes, I know how difficult it is to get started with Cisco studies. But stick to it and I promise, the challenges will pay off handsomely.
The CCNA is Cisco's entry level certification exam, but it is not easy. And since the CCNA covers a wide array of topics, I have designed this course to help you tackle those diverse challenges. The key to exam and job success is in the details. And most of those details are hard won from real world experience. Everything I am going to teach you, I wish someone would have taught me when I first started studying for my CCNA. At Least you CAN Benefit from My hard experience and hopefully Won Not the Same Mistakes repeat. As with all Train Signal courses, I break down the Theory and "Real World" Application of Cisco Networking. This exciting course contains nearly 29 hours of video instruction where I break down networking theory as you work hands on with real Cisco routers & switches ... and build your Own working network! Professional Training Nearly 29 Hours (28 Hours, 54 Minutes, 54 Seconds) of Cisco CCNA Training Videos Jam Packed on 4 DVDs! Multiple File Formats Make IT Convenient for you to learn Anywhere you go! iPod Video, Mp3 Audio,. WMV & high quality. AVI video PDF of Instructor Notes allow you to Follow Along with the videos and Take More Organized notes Instant Access to Online Training course the Entire Exam Preparation Exam Coverage This course Covers Exam Objectives required for you to Pass: 640-802 - Cisco Certified Network Associate Exam FREE, FULL VERSION of Transcender's Practice Exam for: 640-802 - Cisco Certified Network Associate Exam Transcender We've Partnered with ®, the leading provider Exam simulation in the World! Purchased separately, you would pay $ 139! But you get it FREE as the perfect training companion to our Cisco CCNA Training!

Content
TrainSignal: Cisco CCNA 640-802 DVD-ISO s
Genre: Training | English | DVD ISOs 4 | 10.14 GB
In 3 Days or Less, You'll Learn How To Install, Operate, and Troubleshoot a Small to Medium Enterprise Branch Network ... And Have the Knowledge to Pass the Cisco CCNA 640-802 Exam ... Guaranteed!
By Chris Bryant
CCIE # 12933, CCNA, CCNP
Once upon a time, I WAS in your Shoes. Yes, I know how difficult it is to get started with Cisco studies. But stick to it and I promise, the challenges will pay off handsomely. The CCNA is Cisco's entry level certification exam, but it is not easy. And since the CCNA covers a wide array of topics, I have designed this course to help you tackle those diverse challenges. The key to exam and job success is in the details. And most of those details are hard won from real world experience. Everything I am going to teach you, I wish someone would have taught me when I first started studying for my CCNA. At least you can benefit from my hard won experience and hopefully not repeat the same mistakes.As with all Train Signal courses, I break down the theory and "real world" application of Cisco Networking.This exciting course contains nearly 29 hours of video instruction where I break down networking theory as you work hands on with real Cisco routers & switches ... and build your Own working network!
Cisco CCNA Training - Course Outline
Lesson 1 - Introduction to CCENT
Video Topics
Your Instructor
Exam Prep Tips
Lesson 2 - Introduction to Networking and the Networking Models
Cover the Theory Needed for the Exam, Cisco Networking to Accelerate Career and for troubleshooting experience.
What is A Network?
The OSI Model
Data Transmission The Process
The TCP / IP Model
Why Use Networking Models?
TCP And UDP - Part 1
TCP And UDP - Part 2
Ports
Sockets
Port Numbers
Lesson 3 - Ethernet Standards and Cable Types
The CCNA Exam will hammer you with questions about Ethernet ... so this course breaks down everything you need to know about cable types. Also this is Crucial for setting up and running a network in the Real World.
The Need For And Operation of CSMA / CD
Ethernet Types And Standards
Pins And Transmissions
Crosstalk
Cable Types
Ethernet Addressing
Intro to WAN Cabling and a Cable Type Review
Lesson 4 - Switching
I Explain How (and WHY) Switches Work ... in Theory, for Real World Application and Exam for the.
repeaters, Hubs and Bridges
Building the MAC Table
"Flood, Filter or Forward?"
Frame Processing Methods
Virtual LANs
Cisco Three-Layer Switching Model
Introduction to STP
Basic Switch Security
Port Security Defaults, options and Configurations
Lesson 5 - Common Router and Switch Commands
Typical Switch (Router and) Commands Are Broken Down. This information is Necessary Both on Exam day and Also When working in the Real World as a network admin, as These Commands Are Used Daily.
Physical Connections and Passwords
Telnet and SSH
User, Enable and Privilege Modes
Enable Password VS. Enable Secret
"privilege Level 15"
Physical Side of Cisco Switches
Assigning an IP Address and Default Gateway To The Switch
Speed, Duplex, and "Interface Range"
Banners, "Logging synch", and "exec-timeout"
Keystroke Shortcuts and Manipulating History
Lesson 6 - IP Addressing and Routing Process the
Covers This section must know (and memorize) Fundamentals, Which Are Needed for the Exam and Necessary for Future videos: binary Math, Subnetting, and working with network and Port Address translations.
IP Addressing and Binary Conversions
IP Address Classes
IP Address Ranges Private
Intro to the Routing Process
Keeping Subnets On One "Side" of the Router
Lesson 7 - ARP, DNS and DHCP
This section Will you teach Fundamental These protocols Which Are Necessary for use within Any network.
One Destination, Two Destination Addresses
DNS and DHCP Process
The ARP Process
Routers, Broadcasts, and Proxy ARP
Configuring DHCP on a Cisco Router With SDM
Lesson 8 - Memory Components and Config Files
This video Introduces the Student to Basic Password Security and configurations, as well as privilege Assigning levels; SO, IT's really the Foundation for Their Knowledge of router Security as well as the Basic Password Recovery Process.
ROM, RAM, NVRAM, And Flash
The Boot Process
Setup Mode
Startup And Running Configuration Files
The COPY Command
IOS Upgrading
The Configuration Register
Lesson 9 - Intro to Wireless Networks (WLANs)
Learn the Standards of Wireless, Which relates to all Wireless, Not just Cisco. This is the fastest evolving and growing field. It's Also Necessary to memorize this information for the Exam.
Wireless Network Types
and Ranges Standards
Spread Spectrum
Antenna Types
CA VS. CD
SSIDs and MAC Address Authentication
WEP, WPA, WPA2 and
Lesson 10 - Binary Math and Subnetting
Fundamentals for the Exam. Also, essential for IP addressing and IP address conservation. # 1 topic That Causes well otherwise element Students Prepared to fail CCNA.
"The Secret" (Of Binary Success, That Is)
Decimal] Binary, Binary] Decimal
Subnetting Basics
Calculating Number of Valid Subnets
Prefix Notification
Calculating Number of Valid Hosts
Calculating Number of Valid IP Addresses in a Given Subnet
Calculating the Subnet Number of a Given IP Address
Meeting Stated Design Requirements
Lesson 11 - Static Routing and RIP
More Fundamentals for the Exam, and you Will See the work done over a Cisco router. You will learn how to manually set up routing. Will this pave the video way for Future Exam and Real World success.
Static Routing Theory and Labs
RIP Routing Theory and Labs
"show IP protocols", "show IP route RIP", "debug IP RIP", And More!
Lesson 12 - Wide Area Networks (WANs)
Learn to link routers with Other routers for Communication.
Physical Side of WANs
Directly Connecting Cisco Routers Via Serial Interfaces
HDLC and PPP
Frame Relay Intro to
RFC 1918 Addresses, NAT and PAT
Intro to ATM
and DSL Modems Variations
Lesson 13 - Troubleshooting
95% of work in the Real World is troubleshooting, SO IT's Necessary for Real World success.
Where to Begin
Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)
L1 and L2 Troubleshooting
LAN Troubleshooting
WAN Troubleshooting
Telnet and SSH Review and Maintenance Commands
Administrative Distance
Extended Ping and Traceroute
the Real Key to Troubleshooting
Lesson 14 - Introduction to Network Security
You Will learn about network attackers and Intruders, How They Get in, and How to Keep your network save by Keeping Them out.
Firewalls and Proxy Servers
The Attacker's Arsenal
Intro to PIX, ASA , IDS, IPS and
Viruses, Worms, Trojan Horses and
Preventing Virus Attacks
One Final Cisco "Secret"
Lesson 15 - Introduction to ICND2
Your Instructor
CCNA Exam Paths
Lesson 16 - Switching II
STP
Root Bridges, Root Ports, and Designated Ports
STP Timers and Port States
Portfast
VLANs and Trunking
Access and Trunk Port Comparison
VTP
"Router on a Stick"
RSTP and PVST
Etherchannels
Lesson 17 - PTP WAN Links, HDLC, PPP, Frame Relay and
This Will help you When working on Real Networks Production. All topics are shown being configured on live equipment. Relay frame is a major topic on the Exam and the Real World in.
HDLC VS. PPP
PPP Features
PAP and CHAP
Frame Relay Introduction
Frame Relay LMI Theory
Frame Relay Configs, DLCIs, Frame Maps, and Inverse ARP
Frame Sub-Interfaces3
Split Horizon
Frame Relay LMI Show, Debug, and Lab
FECN, BECN, DE bits
PVC Status meanings
Lesson 18 - Static Routing and RIP
This video expands on the CCENT video, Covering Advanced Topics found on the ICND2 and in the Real World.
Static Routing Theory and Configuration
Distance Vector Protocol Behavior - Split Horizon and Route Poisoning
RIP Theory and Version Differences
The Joy of "show IP protocols"
RIP Limitations
RIP Timers
Floating Static Routes
Lesson 19 - OSPF
OSPF is an Internet Protocol. In this video you will look at types of OSPF and how to configure on a live network. Experience with OSPF is Necessary for the CCNA, for the Real World, and to build upon for CCNP & CCIE.
Link State Routing Protocol Concepts and Basics
The DR and BDR
Hello Packets
Troubleshooting Issues adjacency
Hub-and-Spoke NBMA OSPF Networks
Broadcast Networks
The OSPF RID
OSPF Router Types
Advantages of OSPF
Point-to-Point OSPF Networks
Default-Information Originate (always?)
OSPF Authentication
Lesson 20 - EIGRP
Learn the Theory and practice with Labs to learn this Hybrid Routing Protocol Which Has Increased Operational Efficiency from IT predecessor . Capabilities and learn the attributes.
Introduction to EIGRP
Successors and Feasible Successors
EIGRP VS. RIPv2
Basic Configuration
Wildcard Masks
Load Sharing (Equal and unequal-Cost)
EIGRP, RIPv2, and Autosummarization
Passive VS. Active Routes
Lesson 21 - IP Version 6 and NAT
Learn the Basic Theory and Routing Protocol. You will need to know the basics for the CCNA exam and for working with networks. IP Version 6 is everywhere and Becoming More prevalent, SO Understanding this material is Vital for Future success.
IPv6 Theory and Introduction
Zero Compression and Leading Zero Compression
IPv6 Reserved Addresses
The Autoconfiguration Process
OSPF v3 Basics
Transition Strategies
NAT Theory and Introduction
Static NAT Configuration
Dynamic NAT Configuration
PAT Configuration
More information: _ttp: / / www.trainsignal.com / Cisco CCNA-Training.aspx-

 

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English | camtasia bgr24 800x600 4.00 fps | pcm_s16le 22050 Hz mono 352 kb/s | 10.13 GB
Genre: Video Training


By Chris Bryant CCIE # 12 933, CCNA, CCNP Once upon a time, I WAS in your Shoes. Yes, I know how difficult it is to get started with Cisco studies. But stick to it and I promise, the challenges will pay off handsomely.
The CCNA is Cisco's entry level certification exam, but it is not easy. And since the CCNA covers a wide array of topics, I have designed this course to help you tackle those diverse challenges. The key to exam and job success is in the details. And most of those details are hard won from real world experience. Everything I am going to teach you, I wish someone would have taught me when I first started studying for my CCNA. At Least you CAN Benefit from My hard experience and hopefully Won Not the Same Mistakes repeat. As with all Train Signal courses, I break down the Theory and "Real World" Application of Cisco Networking. This exciting course contains nearly 29 hours of video instruction where I break down networking theory as you work hands on with real Cisco routers & switches ... and build your Own working network! Professional Training Nearly 29 Hours (28 Hours, 54 Minutes, 54 Seconds) of Cisco CCNA Training Videos Jam Packed on 4 DVDs! Multiple File Formats Make IT Convenient for you to learn Anywhere you go! iPod Video, Mp3 Audio,. WMV & high quality. AVI video PDF of Instructor Notes allow you to Follow Along with the videos and Take More Organized notes Instant Access to Online Training course the Entire Exam Preparation Exam Coverage This course Covers Exam Objectives required for you to Pass: 640-802 - Cisco Certified Network Associate Exam FREE, FULL VERSION of Transcender's Practice Exam for: 640-802 - Cisco Certified Network Associate Exam Transcender We've Partnered with ®, the leading provider Exam simulation in the World! Purchased separately, you would pay $ 139! But you get it FREE as the perfect training companion to our Cisco CCNA Training!

Content
TrainSignal: Cisco CCNA 640-802 DVD-ISO s
Genre: Training | English | DVD ISOs 4 | 10.14 GB
In 3 Days or Less, You'll Learn How To Install, Operate, and Troubleshoot a Small to Medium Enterprise Branch Network ... And Have the Knowledge to Pass the Cisco CCNA 640-802 Exam ... Guaranteed!
By Chris Bryant
CCIE # 12933, CCNA, CCNP
Once upon a time, I WAS in your Shoes. Yes, I know how difficult it is to get started with Cisco studies. But stick to it and I promise, the challenges will pay off handsomely. The CCNA is Cisco's entry level certification exam, but it is not easy. And since the CCNA covers a wide array of topics, I have designed this course to help you tackle those diverse challenges. The key to exam and job success is in the details. And most of those details are hard won from real world experience. Everything I am going to teach you, I wish someone would have taught me when I first started studying for my CCNA. At least you can benefit from my hard won experience and hopefully not repeat the same mistakes.As with all Train Signal courses, I break down the theory and "real world" application of Cisco Networking.This exciting course contains nearly 29 hours of video instruction where I break down networking theory as you work hands on with real Cisco routers & switches ... and build your Own working network!
Cisco CCNA Training - Course Outline
Lesson 1 - Introduction to CCENT
Video Topics
Your Instructor
Exam Prep Tips
Lesson 2 - Introduction to Networking and the Networking Models
Cover the Theory Needed for the Exam, Cisco Networking to Accelerate Career and for troubleshooting experience.
What is A Network?
The OSI Model
Data Transmission The Process
The TCP / IP Model
Why Use Networking Models?
TCP And UDP - Part 1
TCP And UDP - Part 2
Ports
Sockets
Port Numbers
Lesson 3 - Ethernet Standards and Cable Types
The CCNA Exam will hammer you with questions about Ethernet ... so this course breaks down everything you need to know about cable types. Also this is Crucial for setting up and running a network in the Real World.
The Need For And Operation of CSMA / CD
Ethernet Types And Standards
Pins And Transmissions
Crosstalk
Cable Types
Ethernet Addressing
Intro to WAN Cabling and a Cable Type Review
Lesson 4 - Switching
I Explain How (and WHY) Switches Work ... in Theory, for Real World Application and Exam for the.
repeaters, Hubs and Bridges
Building the MAC Table
"Flood, Filter or Forward?"
Frame Processing Methods
Virtual LANs
Cisco Three-Layer Switching Model
Introduction to STP
Basic Switch Security
Port Security Defaults, options and Configurations
Lesson 5 - Common Router and Switch Commands
Typical Switch (Router and) Commands Are Broken Down. This information is Necessary Both on Exam day and Also When working in the Real World as a network admin, as These Commands Are Used Daily.
Physical Connections and Passwords
Telnet and SSH
User, Enable and Privilege Modes
Enable Password VS. Enable Secret
"privilege Level 15"
Physical Side of Cisco Switches
Assigning an IP Address and Default Gateway To The Switch
Speed, Duplex, and "Interface Range"
Banners, "Logging synch", and "exec-timeout"
Keystroke Shortcuts and Manipulating History
Lesson 6 - IP Addressing and Routing Process the
Covers This section must know (and memorize) Fundamentals, Which Are Needed for the Exam and Necessary for Future videos: binary Math, Subnetting, and working with network and Port Address translations.
IP Addressing and Binary Conversions
IP Address Classes
IP Address Ranges Private
Intro to the Routing Process
Keeping Subnets On One "Side" of the Router
Lesson 7 - ARP, DNS and DHCP
This section Will you teach Fundamental These protocols Which Are Necessary for use within Any network.
One Destination, Two Destination Addresses
DNS and DHCP Process
The ARP Process
Routers, Broadcasts, and Proxy ARP
Configuring DHCP on a Cisco Router With SDM
Lesson 8 - Memory Components and Config Files
This video Introduces the Student to Basic Password Security and configurations, as well as privilege Assigning levels; SO, IT's really the Foundation for Their Knowledge of router Security as well as the Basic Password Recovery Process.
ROM, RAM, NVRAM, And Flash
The Boot Process
Setup Mode
Startup And Running Configuration Files
The COPY Command
IOS Upgrading
The Configuration Register
Lesson 9 - Intro to Wireless Networks (WLANs)
Learn the Standards of Wireless, Which relates to all Wireless, Not just Cisco. This is the fastest evolving and growing field. It's Also Necessary to memorize this information for the Exam.
Wireless Network Types
and Ranges Standards
Spread Spectrum
Antenna Types
CA VS. CD
SSIDs and MAC Address Authentication
WEP, WPA, WPA2 and
Lesson 10 - Binary Math and Subnetting
Fundamentals for the Exam. Also, essential for IP addressing and IP address conservation. # 1 topic That Causes well otherwise element Students Prepared to fail CCNA.
"The Secret" (Of Binary Success, That Is)
Decimal] Binary, Binary] Decimal
Subnetting Basics
Calculating Number of Valid Subnets
Prefix Notification
Calculating Number of Valid Hosts
Calculating Number of Valid IP Addresses in a Given Subnet
Calculating the Subnet Number of a Given IP Address
Meeting Stated Design Requirements
Lesson 11 - Static Routing and RIP
More Fundamentals for the Exam, and you Will See the work done over a Cisco router. You will learn how to manually set up routing. Will this pave the video way for Future Exam and Real World success.
Static Routing Theory and Labs
RIP Routing Theory and Labs
"show IP protocols", "show IP route RIP", "debug IP RIP", And More!
Lesson 12 - Wide Area Networks (WANs)
Learn to link routers with Other routers for Communication.
Physical Side of WANs
Directly Connecting Cisco Routers Via Serial Interfaces
HDLC and PPP
Frame Relay Intro to
RFC 1918 Addresses, NAT and PAT
Intro to ATM
and DSL Modems Variations
Lesson 13 - Troubleshooting
95% of work in the Real World is troubleshooting, SO IT's Necessary for Real World success.
Where to Begin
Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)
L1 and L2 Troubleshooting
LAN Troubleshooting
WAN Troubleshooting
Telnet and SSH Review and Maintenance Commands
Administrative Distance
Extended Ping and Traceroute
the Real Key to Troubleshooting
Lesson 14 - Introduction to Network Security
You Will learn about network attackers and Intruders, How They Get in, and How to Keep your network save by Keeping Them out.
Firewalls and Proxy Servers
The Attacker's Arsenal
Intro to PIX, ASA , IDS, IPS and
Viruses, Worms, Trojan Horses and
Preventing Virus Attacks
One Final Cisco "Secret"
Lesson 15 - Introduction to ICND2
Your Instructor
CCNA Exam Paths
Lesson 16 - Switching II
STP
Root Bridges, Root Ports, and Designated Ports
STP Timers and Port States
Portfast
VLANs and Trunking
Access and Trunk Port Comparison
VTP
"Router on a Stick"
RSTP and PVST
Etherchannels
Lesson 17 - PTP WAN Links, HDLC, PPP, Frame Relay and
This Will help you When working on Real Networks Production. All topics are shown being configured on live equipment. Relay frame is a major topic on the Exam and the Real World in.
HDLC VS. PPP
PPP Features
PAP and CHAP
Frame Relay Introduction
Frame Relay LMI Theory
Frame Relay Configs, DLCIs, Frame Maps, and Inverse ARP
Frame Sub-Interfaces3
Split Horizon
Frame Relay LMI Show, Debug, and Lab
FECN, BECN, DE bits
PVC Status meanings
Lesson 18 - Static Routing and RIP
This video expands on the CCENT video, Covering Advanced Topics found on the ICND2 and in the Real World.
Static Routing Theory and Configuration
Distance Vector Protocol Behavior - Split Horizon and Route Poisoning
RIP Theory and Version Differences
The Joy of "show IP protocols"
RIP Limitations
RIP Timers
Floating Static Routes
Lesson 19 - OSPF
OSPF is an Internet Protocol. In this video you will look at types of OSPF and how to configure on a live network. Experience with OSPF is Necessary for the CCNA, for the Real World, and to build upon for CCNP & CCIE.
Link State Routing Protocol Concepts and Basics
The DR and BDR
Hello Packets
Troubleshooting Issues adjacency
Hub-and-Spoke NBMA OSPF Networks
Broadcast Networks
The OSPF RID
OSPF Router Types
Advantages of OSPF
Point-to-Point OSPF Networks
Default-Information Originate (always?)
OSPF Authentication
Lesson 20 - EIGRP
Learn the Theory and practice with Labs to learn this Hybrid Routing Protocol Which Has Increased Operational Efficiency from IT predecessor . Capabilities and learn the attributes.
Introduction to EIGRP
Successors and Feasible Successors
EIGRP VS. RIPv2
Basic Configuration
Wildcard Masks
Load Sharing (Equal and unequal-Cost)
EIGRP, RIPv2, and Autosummarization
Passive VS. Active Routes
Lesson 21 - IP Version 6 and NAT
Learn the Basic Theory and Routing Protocol. You will need to know the basics for the CCNA exam and for working with networks. IP Version 6 is everywhere and Becoming More prevalent, SO Understanding this material is Vital for Future success.
IPv6 Theory and Introduction
Zero Compression and Leading Zero Compression
IPv6 Reserved Addresses
The Autoconfiguration Process
OSPF v3 Basics
Transition Strategies
NAT Theory and Introduction
Static NAT Configuration
Dynamic NAT Configuration
PAT Configuration
More information: _ttp: / / www.trainsignal.com / Cisco CCNA-Training.aspx-

 

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