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Cisco CCENT/CCNA ICND1 100-105

Cisco CCENT/CCNA ICND1 100-105
English | 2016 | mp4 | H264 1280x720 | AAC 2 ch | 19 hrs 55 min | 4.73 GB
eLearning, Networking | Level: Beginner

Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1
Trainer Jeremy Cioara covers basic networking topics including network components, configuring and managing Cisco devices, troubleshooting, security, and more while preparing learners for Cisco's CCENT ICND1 100-105 v3.0 certification exam.

Beginning with the foundations of cabling, network diagrams, and components, Jeremy guides you through network concepts and configurations that sustain nearly every organization in the world. The main objective of the ICND1 100-105 v3.0 course (correlating to the updated Cisco CCENT certification) is to equip you with the skills necessary to successfully install, operate, and troubleshoot a small branch office network. However, after watching a few ICND1 Nuggets, you'll be equipped to handle much more!

The Cisco Certified Entry-level Network Technician (CCENT) certification, achieved by passing the ICND1 100-105 v3.0 certification exam, is the starting point for many other Cisco certifications.

Recommended Experience
- Basic understanding of computer functions (email, web browser, etc.)
- Some background in technology suggested, but not required

Recommended Equipment
- Cisco 2600 series router
- Cisco 2950 or 3550 (ideal) switch

Related Certifications
- CCNA Routing and Switching

Related Job Functions
- Network technician
- Network engineer

Jeremy Cioara has been a CBT Nuggets trainer since 2003 and holds a variety of Cisco certifications, including CCNA, CCDA, CCNA Security, CCNA Voice, CCNP, CCSP, CCVP, CCDP, and CCIE R&S.

1. Welcome to ICND1! (8 min)
It begins! Learn what to expect in the 3.0 rendition of the ICND1 course and techniques you can use to get the most out of this training.
2. Big Picture: Network Administration and Engineering (11 min)
If you're just getting started in the world of network administration, this Nugget provides a great overview networking as a career and the paths you could take.
3. Big Picture: Understanding Cisco Certification (17 min)
Welcome to the "Everything you ever wanted to know about Cisco Certification" Nugget! If you're not sure where to get started with Cisco certification, this is the Nugget for you. Learn the ins and outs of the Cisco certification program, the different paths you can choose, and a flurry of Q&A, including a discussion on a hot-button topic: college degree vs. certification.
4. Big Picture: Building a Cisco Lab (12 min)
There's no replacement for building a lab environment where you can truly conquer the realm of Cisco. Jeremy walks through equipment recommendations and provides insight into GNS3 and Packet Tracer.
5. Network Fundamentals: Switches and Routers (16 min)
There are two essential building blocks of every network infrastructure: switches and routers. We provide an overview of each device so you can learn where each fits, what each does, as well as plenty of bonus information from Jeremy.
6. Network Fundamentals: Wireless Access Points (11 min)
More than a decade ago, wireless networking changed the face of our network landscape and now serves as today's primary client connection method. There's so much technology here, it takes a full Nugget just to give an overview of these marvelous devices!
7. Network Fundamentals: Firewalls and IPS (7 min)
Network security is of the utmost concern for many organizations because a failure to secure the network could mean the failure of the company. In this Nugget, Jeremy provides an overview of the final core network components: network firewalls and intrusion prevention systems (IPS).
8. Network Fundamentals: Speed, Data Size, and Diagrams (18 min)
A key element to understanding networks is to understand the speed and capabilities of network communication. This Nugget helps you understand the difference between bits, bytes, CSMA/CD, CSMA/CA, and common network speeds!
9. Network Fundamentals: Cabling - Tips and Terms (15 min)
While actual network cabling is not part of the Cisco certification, recognizing cabling issues and remedies definitely is! Walk through the big picture of cabling with Jeremy as he discusses MDF/IDF rooms, Ethernet, Fiber, and Serial cable connections, as well as Ethernet cable types (Straight Through, Crossover, and Rollover).
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10. Network Fundamentals: Stars, Mesh, and Hybrid (7 min)
Jeremy affectionately calls this section "Stars, meshes, and mush," as these represent the types of connectivity you can have between the devices in your system. Sound vague? Dive in to learn more!
11. IP Fundamentals: IP Communication Types (11 min)
Unicast, Multicast, Broadcast, and Anycast: all are ways of communicating over an Internet Protocol (IP)-based network. Learn the purpose of each with plenty of practical examples in this Nugget.
12. IP Fundamentals: Defining a Network (Part 1) (14 min)
This Nugget starts a mini-three-part-saga that unpacks the core of IP network communication in the world today. In this Nugget, you learn the definition of an IP-based network, along with the functions of a Subnet Mask and Default Gateway.
13. IP Fundamentals: Public and Private Addressing (Part 2) (13 min)
Welcome to part two of the three-part-saga that's unpacking IP network communication! Learn about public and private addressing along with the functions of network address translation (NAT).
14. IP Fundamentals: Gluing IP Communication Together (Part 3) (16 min)
Jeremy concludes the "3-part mini saga" describing how devices communicate on an IP-based network. We think you'll agree when you're done with this video that it truly is "delicious!"
15. IP Fundamentals: IP Protocols and TCP (17 min)
There are different ways IP can communicate (unicast, multicast, broadcast, and anycast) with different protocol selections possible (TCP, UDP, ICMP, and more). Each protocol provides its own advantages and disadvantages. In this Nugget, learn about those core protocols and spend some time focusing on TCP, the most popular protocol, including its 3-way handshake, sliding windows, and more.
16. IP Fundamentals: Completing the End-to-End Story (24 min)
In this final, climatic IP Fundamentals Nugget, Jeremy puts all the pieces together from the previous ICND1 Nuggets in addition to introducing Wireshark and TCP source/destination port communication.
17. IP Fundamentals: Tools You Can't Live Without (15 min)
Well, you may be able to live without them, but you sure wouldn't want to! The key tools discussed are ping, telnet, Putty, arp, ipconfig/ifconfig, nslookup, and tracert.
18. Core Network Models: Cisco Three-Tier Architecture (16 min)
What's the right way to build a network? Join Jeremy as he walks through the progression to reach the Cisco Three-Tier Hierarchy model, the right way to build.
19. Cisco Network Models: Introduction to OSI ("Speaking OSI") (7 min)
The OSI model is critical to the network world, so much so that you will begin "speaking OSI" as part of your regular conversation. Find out more about where the OSI model came from and its functions.
20. Cisco Network Models: Practical OSI Communication (18 min)
Many IT professionals learn the OSI Model as a theory, but never practically apply it to real-life circumstances... and boy are they missing out! In this Nugget, Jeremy takes a very real-life circumstance and processes it through the lens of OSI.
21. Cisco Network Models: The TCP/IP Model (3 min)
This short Nugget describes the relative usefulness of the TCP/IP model as compared to OSI.
22. Cisco Network Models: Encapsulation, Frame Format, and Wireshark (12 min)
To reinforce and make the OSI Model and network communication concept practical, Jeremy walks through encapsulation using a "Wiresharked" web visit to CBTNuggets.com.
23. IOS Fundamentals: Defining the Purpose of IOS (12 min)
What is the Internetwork Operating System (IOS)? As we move from network fundamentals and models into Cisco-specific material, learn the purpose behind the core operating system of Cisco as well as methods you can use to connect and use the IOS.
24. IOS Fundamentals: Enabling a Console Port Connection (10 min)
Before you can use the IOS to configure a device, you must first enable your console port connection. Follow along with Jeremy using your own lab equipment as he gets everything running!
25. IOS Fundamentals: IOS Modes and Navigation (17 min)
Get your lab equipment ready, and follow along with Jeremy as he walks through user, privileged, global, interface, and line configuration mode and glides through command syntax and mode navigation.
26. IOS Fundamentals: Context Sensitive Help and Keyboard Shortcuts (14 min)
We call them shortcuts, but Jeremy calls them "Lifecuts." Dive in to get a deeper and more comprehensive view of working with the IOS day to day. Learn the significance of the "?" command, quick ways to minimize typing, and general command navigation.
27. IOS Fundamentals: IOS Navigation Lab (2 min)
It's time to put what you have learned about IOS navigation and shortcuts? into practice!
28. IOS Fundamentals: The File System of Cisco IOS (16 min)
Cisco devices use the same components as an everyday computer, just differently! Learn about RAM, ROM, NVRAM, Flash, saving your configurations, and resetting a Cisco device.
29. IOS Fundamentals: Configuration Management (14 min)
In a spontaneous flurry of fun, Jeremy continues discussing file system components, configuration backups, TFTP servers, and more!
30. IOS Fundamentals: The Best Base Configuration Ever (28 min)
Wouldn't it be awesome to have a Cisco expert apprentice you through the initial configuration of a Cisco device? That's exactly what this Nugget is all about. Watch, learn, and perform your first configurations together with Jeremy. Warning: this Nugget is a little longer for good reason; you will want to watch it multiple times to have the concepts soak in.
31. IOS Fundamentals: Preparing a Device for Remote Management (14 min)
Server rooms are cold; you don't want to work from there. By time you're done with this Nugget, you'll understand how to clear a switch configuration, assign IP addresses to both a router and a switch, and telnet to the device. Bonus: Watch a Wireshark capture of telnet data so you can see why we DON'T use telnet!
32. IOS Fundamentals: Enabling SSH on a Cisco Device (11 min)
The title says it all! Use encrypted remote management to stay secure from evil villains trying to attack your network.
33. IOS Fundamentals: Understanding Interface Syntax (14 min)
The "subtitle" of this Nugget is "The Most Useful Command in ALL Cisco!" And that's exactly what you learn as you whimsically move through an understanding of the interface syntax of Cisco devices.
34. IOS Fundamentals: Lab (2 min)
You've reached the end of the IOS Fundamentals in the ICND1 course! Before you go on, be sure you're able to do these steps on your Cisco device WITHOUT referencing documentation.
35. Switching Fundamentals: How Network Switches Work (16 min)
Switching comprises the core devices that allow your Local Area Network (LAN) environment to function. Learn about MAC address learning, forwarding, CAM tables, ASICs, MAC aging timers, and more!
36. Switching Fundamentals: Finding Network Devices (11 min)
Take a very practical, hands-on approach to an extremely common task in the network administrator's life: finding where specific network devices are attached.
37. Switching Fundamentals: Configuring the Switch Management IP Address (8 min)
A simple goal, but Jeremy goes a little above and beyond to review the base configuration of a Cisco switch while you're together.
38. Switching Fundamentals: Speed and Duplex (10 min)
There are still many Fast Ethernet devices in existence. As a result, speed and duplex may not just "work out" when devices are connected. Join Jeremy as he walks you through the issue and solution.
39. Switching Day-to-Day: Understanding Port Security (8 min)
Port security adds a layer to the "onion" of security implemented in most organizations. You'll learn the concepts around port security, the two types of port security, and the different reactions your switch can have when port security is violated.
40. Switching Day-to-Day: Configuring Port Security (18 min)
In this "objective-based lab," Jeremy walks through the configuration and testing of port security.
41. Switching Day-to-Day: Handling "The Network is SLOW!" (17 min)
It's the comment every network engineer dreads hearing. We explore the high-level steps to determine the location of a network bottleneck.
42. Switching Day-to-Day: Key Interface Counters (13 min)
Jeremy continues down the track of troubleshooting slow networks by exploring key interface counters such as CRC and Input Errors, five minute input/output rates, collisions, late collisions, and more!
43. Switching VLANs: The Concept that Changed the Networking World (13 min)
Virtual LANs (VLANs) completely reshaped the way we look at networking. In this Nugget, we work to understand the issues networks without VLANs experience, "old school" solutions to the problem, and how VLANs function.
44. Switching VLANs: Routing Between VLANs (16 min)
VLANs are awesome to segment your network, but can leave you feeling, well, segmented! In order to move between VLANs, you must employ routing functions. In this Nugget, learn three different routing methods: individual router interfaces, Router on a Stick (ROAS), and L3 Switching.
45. Switching VLANs: Trunking VLANs to Other Switches (17 min)
Who knew there was so much to trunking? Learn about the 802.1Q protocol, the dynamic trunk protocol (DTP), switchport configuration, Native VLAN, and best practices.
46. Switching VLANs: The Weird and Scary World of VTP (16 min)
VTP is such a "good intention" protocol with such devastating results! Every Cisco switch runs it out of the box, so why is it there? What is it good for? What challenges can it present? We cover all this and more in this Nugget.
47. Switching VLANs: Configuring and Testing VLANs (19 min)
In this "Live Lab," Jeremy walks you through the process of creating VLANs, assigning ports, and ensuring VLANs are working as designed.
48. Switching VLANs: Configuring Trunking and VTP (22 min)
VLANs have the ability to extend beyond a single switch. To make that happen, you need to use trunking (with 802.1Q) and VTP configurations, which are discussed in this Nugget in "live lab" format.
49. Switch Troubleshooting: Where to Look (25 min)
You're going to love this Nugget. Join Jeremy as he walks through the troubleshooting of three practical scenarios in the Layer 2 realm.
50. Routing Fundamentals: How Routing Works (18 min)
It's time to go "back in time" to the essence of IP communication to add another layer of OSI to your knowledge. Together, we configure a few interfaces on a Cisco router and examine the resulting routing table.
51. Routing Fundamentals: Using Static Routes (31 min)
It's a live lab! Dive in to watch, learn, (the first time through) and conquer! Check out serial interface configuration, static routing implementation, floating static routes (for backup), and default routing.
52. Routing Fundamentals: Routing Between VLANs (15 min)
It's always fun when two worlds meet: switching and routing together. Watch and see the router-on-a-stick configuration in action as Jeremy implements sub-interfaces to perform interVLAN communication in a live lab environment.
53. Routing Fundamentals: L3 Switching (11 min)
We take the router-on-a-stick to an entirely new level. Jump in to learn the benefits and configuration of Layer 3 switching.
54. Routing Fundamentals: DHCP in a Routed World (13 min)
Routers (and L3 switching) are fantastic about blocking broadcast traffic. However, this can create quite a challenge for your DHCP Server design. Learn all about DHCP and DHCP relay functions, allowing you to plan the best DHCP setup for your environment.
55. Routing Fundamentals: Configuring DHCP (19 min)
It's time for another live lab where we focus on setting up DHCP on a router, as well as implementing DHCP relay to a centralized server.
56. Routing Protocols: What are Routing Protocols? (13 min)
Routing protocols are DELICIOUS! Learn about the core routing protocol functions, distance vector, and link state routing protocol attributes.
57. Routing Protocols: Pick Your Flavor! (15 min)
There are many routing protocols, but what are they? Where do they fit? In this Nugget, Jeremy walks through an overview of RIP, IS-IS, OSPF, BGP, IGRP, EIGRP, and the Jelly Belly Factory.
58. Routing Fundamentals: Understanding RIPv2 (12 min)
What's old is new again! ICND1 has brought back the RIP routing protocol in all its glory. Grab your notebook and get ready to write as Jeremy walks through RIP's metric, key features, and basic configuration commands.
59. Routing Protocols: Configuring RIPv2 (18 min)
It's time to put your RIP knowledge into action with another live lab! Implement RIPv2 across a network environment and add a backup route to learn how RIP handles features such as auto-summarization.
60. IPv4 Subnetting: Why are We Doing This? (12 min)
DON'T FORGET THIS NUGGET! You can get so wrapped up in subnetting, you will hardly be able to see straight. Always return to this Nugget to get your bearings on WHY we are doing subnetting to begin with.
61. IPv4 Subnetting: Binary Conversion (14 min)
Binary conversion is not subnetting, but it is one of the tools you need to accomplish the goal of subnetting. Jump right in to meet Rico, Bob, a few angry customers, and another unique way of understanding how to move from decimal to binary and back again.
62. IPv4 Subnetting: Subnetting Based on Network Requirements (32 min)
The adventure begins! The first form of subnetting you learn is to determine subnets based on an organization's network requirements. Reserve a little extra time for this Nugget so you can watch and learn from the four examples, as well as get in some practice of your own!
63. IPv4 Subnetting: Subnetting Based on Host Requirements (21 min)
The subnetting adventure continues with a focus on creating networks around the number of hosts required on each network.
64. IPv4 Subnetting: Reverse Engineering a Subnet Problem (10 min)
It's the most common form of subnetting you will encounter in the "real world" and on the certification exam. Can you see a subnet mask and walk backwards to solve the problem?
65. IPv4 Subnetting: Variable Length Subnet Mask (VLSM) (11 min)
In this final installment of IPv4 subnetting, Jeremy dives into the biggest jigsaw puzzle of them all: VLSM
66. Access Lists: Understanding Standard Access Control Lists (18 min)
Welcome to the story of "How Your Router Becomes a Firewall," where you learn the concepts and rules around standard and extended ACLs.
67. Access Lists: Configuring Standard Control Lists (26 min)
It's three live lab scenarios in a row on implementing standard ACLs with a little VTY filtering thrown in for fun!
68. Network Address Translation: Technology Overview (12 min)
How do you make 4.2 billion IP addresses stretch to cover exponentially more devices? Why, using NAT, of course! Learn the premise of how NAT works along with the three forms of NAT: Static NAT, NAT Overload (PAT), and Dynamic NAT.
69. Network Address Translation: Configuring NAT Overload (26 min)
It's the most common configuration on Cisco routers around the world: NAT Overload! Join Jeremy as you watch, learn, and conquer the full NAT configuration in a live lab.
70. Network Address Translation: Configuring Static NAT (11 min)
NAT Overload is primarily focused around granting Internet access to users, whereas Static NAT primarily allows Internet users to access your internal devices. This Nugget is focused around the configuration of Static NAT in live lab format.
71. IPv6: Welcome to the New Addressing World (8 min)
Is it really happening? Will the world be IPv6 tomorrow? And how does this new IPv6 addressing work anyway? The answers to all this and more await.
72. IPv6: New Communication and Address Types (22 min)
Gone are Broadcasts! Say "hello" to multicast and anycast as we dive into the new IPv6 communication types along with Link Local and Global addressing.
73. IPv6: Client Addressing (16 min)
In IPv6, a client can not only have multiple IP addresses as a norm, they also can obtain IP addresses through entirely new methods such as SLACC.
74. IPv6: Interface Configuration and Static Routing (24 min)
The name says it all! This live lab walks you through the configuration of IPv6 addressing and static routing in a GNS3 world.
75. Device Management: Logging via Syslog (16 min)
Your network devices have a voice and it's time to start listening! Syslog is your centralized logging method and is discussed in all its glory in this Nugget.
76. Device Management: Backing Up and Restoring the IOS and Configuration on a Cisco Device (16 min)
Can a title get much more descriptive? Learn about the protocols you can use, and the methods possible, as we live lab our way through this key concept.
77. Device Management: The Network Time Protocol (NTP) (12 min)
Is time important? Absolutely, yes! We've got to keep all our Cisco devices in sync to the correct time to have any hope of accurate logging, troubleshooting, and much more. NTP is the key to make this happen.
78. Device Management: Password Recovery (14 min)
How often do people get locked out of Cisco devices? All. The. Time. Learn how to handle this situation with ease.
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