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Cisco CCENT ICND1 100-101

Video Description

Cisco CCENT ICND1 100-101 LiveLessons (Complete Video Course)is a comprehensive training course that brings Cisco CCENT exam topics to life through the use of real-world demonstrations, animations, live instruction, and configurations, making learning these foundational networking topics easy and fun.

Best-selling author, expert instructor, and double CCIE Kevin Wallace walks you through the full range of topics on the CCENT ICND1 100-101 exam, including networking basics, local area networks, routing, router services, and network security. This unique product contains multiple types of video presentations, including live instructor whiteboarding, real world demonstrations, animations of network activity, dynamic KeyNote presentations, doodle videos, and hands-on router and switch CLI configuration and troubleshooting in real lab environments, allowing you to both learn the concepts and the hands-on application. The 266 videos contained in this product provide you more than 17 hours of instruction. Modules are divided into easy to digest lessons and sublessons and conclude with summaries and interactive module and glossary quizzes to help assess your knowledge. Modules are grouped into four parts that also conclude with part review quizzes, challenging you to recall information across multiple topics. The product concludes with a series of lessons that give you valuable advice to help prepare for the actual exam.

Designed to take you inside CCENT networking concepts in a unique and interactive way, Cisco CCENT ICND1 100-101 LiveLessons Complete Video Training is guaranteed to help you master the foundational networking topics that will help you succeed on the exam and on the job.

Skill Level
Beginner

What You Will Learn

  • Fundamental components and concepts of modern computer networks
  • Protocol reference models (IOS and TCP/IP)
  • Ethernet theory and operation
  • Basic Cisco Catalyst switch configuration
  • Strategies for troubleshooting Cisco Catalyst switch issues
  • Binary numbering and subnet mask calculations for IP version 4 (IPv4) networks
  • IP version 6 (IPv6) address characteristics and types of IPv6 addresses
  • Setting up a Cisco router
  • Configuring routing (including the OSPF routing protocol)
  • Troubleshooting routing issues
  • Understanding and configuring router services, including: DHCP, NAT, and NTP
  • Designing Access Control Lists (ACLs)
  • Securing Cisco routers and switches
  • Exam preparation strategies

Who Should Take This Course?
Anyone interested in obtaining their Cisco Certified Entry Network Technician (CCENT) certification or anyone interested in learning fundamental networking skills.

Course Requirements
While this complete video training product does not assume any prior knowledge of network administration or configuration, you should understand the fundamental purposes of a network and be comfortable working with a computer.

About the Author:

Kevin Wallace, CCIE No. 7945, is a certified Cisco instructor, and he holds multiple certifications, including CCNP, CCNP Voice, CCNP Security, and CCDP, in addition to multiple security and voice specializations. With networking experience dating back to 1989 (and computer experience dating back to 1982), Kevin is a senior technical instructor for SkillSoft. Kevin has been a network design specialist for the Walt Disney World Resort and a network manager for Eastern Kentucky University. Kevin holds a bachelor’s of science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Kentucky. Also, Kevin has authored multiple books for Cisco Press, including Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Voice over IP and QoS (CVOICE), TSHOOT Official Certification Guide, Routing Video Mentor, and TSHOOT Video Mentor. Kevin lives in central Kentucky with his wife (Vivian) and two daughters (Sabrina and Stacie).

Table of Contents

  1. ICND1: Introduction
    1. Version Update Announcement 00:00:36
  2. Part 1: Networking Basics
    1. Part I: Networking Basics Introduction 00:00:39
  3. Module 1: Networking Concepts
    1. Networking Concepts Introduction 00:00:50
    2. Lesson 1: The Purpose of Networks 00:01:03
    3. Lesson 2: Common Network Components 00:04:28
    4. Legacy Network Components 00:00:37
    5. Hub 00:03:07
    6. MAU 00:01:36
    7. Bridge 00:03:08
    8. Network Media 00:00:41
    9. Coaxial Cable 00:02:35
    10. Twisted Pair 00:09:02
    11. Fiber Optics 00:07:21
    12. Lesson 3: Categorizing Networks 00:01:01
    13. Classifying Networks by Geography 00:00:42
    14. LAN 00:04:14
    15. WAN 00:02:36
    16. MAN 00:03:26
    17. PAN 00:01:28
    18. CAN 00:03:00
    19. Classifying Networks by Topology 00:00:32
    20. Ring Topology 00:03:51
    21. Bus Topology 00:04:41
    22. Star Topology 00:01:18
    23. Hub and Spoke Topology 00:01:46
    24. Full Mesh Topology 00:04:05
    25. Partial Mesh Topology 00:02:30
    26. Classifying Networks by Architecture 00:00:25
    27. Client Server Architecture 00:01:45
    28. Peer to Peer Architecture 00:02:18
    29. Module 1 Summary 00:01:12
  4. Module 2: Protocol Reference Models
    1. Protocol Reference Models Introduction 00:00:23
    2. Lesson 1: The OSI Model – Introduction 00:07:56
    3. Layer 1 – The Physical Layer 00:13:55
    4. Layer 2 – The Data Link Layer 00:15:37
    5. Layer 3 – The Network Layer 00:11:09
    6. Layer 4 – The Transport Layer 00:07:11
    7. Layers 5 – 7 – The Upper Layers 00:09:11
    8. Lesson 2: The TCP/IP Stack – Introduction 00:00:55
    9. Network Interface Layer 00:01:19
    10. Internet Layer 00:02:11
    11. Transport Layer 00:04:54
    12. Application Layer 00:01:18
    13. Common TCP/IP Protocols 00:10:45
    14. Module 2 Summary 00:02:49
  5. Part I Review
    1. Part I Review 00:02:36
  6. Part II: LANs
    1. Part II: LANs Introduction 00:00:30
  7. Module 3: Ethernet
    1. Ethernet Introduction 00:00:31
    2. Lesson 1: History of Ethernet 00:05:19
    3. Lesson 2: Ethernet Distance and Speed Limitations 00:04:49
    4. Lesson 3: Switch Operation 00:02:40
    5. MAC Addresses 00:04:02
    6. CAM Table 00:02:20
    7. Collision Domains 00:05:09
    8. Broadcast Domains 00:03:20
    9. Frame Forwarding Options 00:03:00
    10. Cut-Through Switching 00:03:48
    11. Store-and-Forward Switching 00:01:39
    12. Fragment-Free Switching 00:02:04
    13. Traffic Flow Through a Switched Network 00:08:13
    14. Module 3 Summary 00:00:48
  8. Module 4: Switch Configuration
    1. Switch Configuration Introduction 00:01:09
    2. Lesson 1: Switch Hardware 00:00:54
    3. Switch LEDs 00:07:27
    4. Port Addressing 00:04:33
    5. Lesson 2: Logging In 00:01:13
    6. Connecting via the Console 00:02:55
    7. Configuring a Management IP Address 00:05:56
    8. Configuring a Default Gateway 00:01:26
    9. Setting Console and VTY Passwords 00:03:30
    10. Checking for Connectivity with Ping 00:02:11
    11. Enabling Telnet Access 00:07:11
    12. Enabling SSH Access 00:04:45
    13. Lesson 3: Viewing Switch Information 00:01:05
    14. Version 00:02:53
    15. Current Configuration 00:01:49
    16. Interface Status 00:04:36
    17. MAC Address Table 00:05:48
    18. Port Security 00:09:12
    19. Lesson 4: Basic Switch Configuration 00:01:47
    20. Setting a Hostname 00:01:08
    21. Setting the Enable Password 00:03:20
    22. Setting the Exec Timeout 00:02:14
    23. Encrypting Passwords 00:02:20
    24. Creating a Banner 00:02:46
    25. Specifying Port Speed and Duplex 00:03:47
    26. Saving the Configuration 00:02:16
    27. Lesson 5: Configuring VLANs 00:02:07
    28. VLAN Theory 00:08:34
    29. VLAN Creation 00:03:49
    30. Assigning Ports to a VLAN 00:03:15
    31. Lesson 6: Configuring Trunks 00:02:29
    32. Trunking Theory 00:06:46
    33. Trunking Modes 00:04:44
    34. Creating a Trunk 00:05:07
    35. Specifying the Native VLAN 00:02:54
    36. Limiting VLANs on a Trunk 00:02:25
    37. Lesson 7: Configuring VTP 00:01:36
    38. VTP Theory 00:04:11
    39. VTP Modes 00:04:08
    40. VTP Operation Example 00:07:19
    41. VTP Configuration 00:05:13
    42. Resetting the Configuration Revision Number 00:09:47
    43. Module 4 Summary 00:02:33
  9. Module 5: Troubleshooting Switch Operation
    1. Troubleshooting Switch Operation Introduction 00:00:57
    2. Lesson 1: Isolating the Issue 00:06:44
    3. Lesson 2: Checking Interface Status 00:07:24
    4. Lesson 3: Checking for Interface Errors 00:10:05
    5. Lesson 4: Discovering Neighbors 00:06:11
    6. Lesson 5: Checking a Port’s VLAN Membership 00:03:48
    7. Lesson 6: Checking Trunk Status 00:05:49
    8. Module 5 Summary 00:01:05
  10. Part II Review
    1. Part II Review 00:02:18
  11. Part III: Routing
    1. Part III: Routing Introduction 00:02:05
  12. Module 6: IPv4 Addressing
    1. IPv4 Addressing Introduction 00:01:49
    2. Lesson 1: Binary Numbering 00:10:49
    3. Lesson 2: IPv4 Address Formatting 00:07:50
    4. Lesson 3: Types of IPv4 Addresses 00:00:46
    5. Address Classes 00:05:50
    6. Private vs. Public IPv4 Addresses 00:04:40
    7. Lesson 4: Types of IPv4 Traffic Patterns 00:01:48
    8. Unicast 00:01:48
    9. Broadcast 00:02:26
    10. Multicast 00:02:14
    11. Lesson 5: Assigning IPv4 Addresses 00:05:57
    12. Lesson 6: The Need for Subnetting 00:03:10
    13. Lesson 7: IPv4 Subnetting 00:09:12
    14. Calculating Available Subnets 00:04:08
    15. Calculating Available Hosts 00:02:08
    16. Subnetting Practice Exercise #1 00:03:40
    17. Subnetting Practice Exercise #2 00:03:58
    18. Subnetting Practice Exercise #3 00:02:12
    19. Calculating Ranges of Usable IPv4 Addresses 00:09:30
    20. Subnetting Practice Exercise #4 00:05:47
    21. Subnetting Practice Exercise #5 00:08:48
    22. How to Get More Practice 00:09:27
    23. Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR) 00:02:20
    24. Module 6 Summary 00:02:46
  13. Module 7: IPv6 Addressing
    1. IPv6 Addressing Introduction 00:01:13
    2. Lesson 1: IPv6 Address Format 00:04:29
    3. Lesson 2: Shortening an IPv6 Address 00:03:10
    4. Practice Exercise 00:02:13
    5. Lesson 3: IPv6 Address Types 00:03:14
    6. Global Unicast 00:01:29
    7. Multicast 00:04:55
    8. Link Local 00:02:04
    9. Unique Local 00:01:49
    10. Loopback 00:01:03
    11. Unspecified 00:01:44
    12. Solicited-Node Multicast 00:04:01
    13. EUI-64 00:05:04
    14. Autoconfiguration 00:07:21
    15. Lesson 4: IPv6 Traffic Flows 00:02:58
    16. Module 7 Summary 00:01:35
  14. Module 8: Basic Router Configuration
    1. Basic Router Configuration Introduction 00:02:00
    2. Lesson 1: Router Operation 00:01:30
    3. Common Interface Types 00:05:43
    4. IP Routing Table 00:04:25
    5. Sources of Route Information 00:06:23
    6. Traffic Flow Through a Routed Network 00:05:11
    7. Packet Forwarding 00:06:27
    8. Lesson 2: Router Hardware 00:00:56
    9. Router LEDs 00:03:45
    10. Interface Addressing 00:04:36
    11. Lesson 3: Logging In 00:01:03
    12. Console vs. VTY Lines 00:02:35
    13. Checking for Connectivity with Ping 00:01:39
    14. Connecting Insecurely with Telnet 00:06:42
    15. Connecting Securely with SSH 00:03:44
    16. Lesson 4: Viewing Router Information 00:00:49
    17. Version 00:02:01
    18. Current Configuration 00:04:32
    19. Interface Status 00:02:41
    20. IP Routing Table 00:05:03
    21. Neighboring Devices 00:04:15
    22. Lesson 5: Basic Router Configuration 00:01:53
    23. Setting a Hostname 00:03:27
    24. Setting the Enable Password 00:03:08
    25. Setting the Exec Timeout 00:03:16
    26. Encrypting Passwords 00:04:09
    27. Assigning an IPv4 Address to an Interface 00:03:56
    28. Assigning an IPv6 Address to an Interface 00:03:49
    29. Creating Banners 00:02:44
    30. Lesson 6: DEMO - Basic Router Setup 00:07:50
    31. Module 8 Summary 00:01:09
  15. Module 9: Configuring Routing
    1. Configuring Routing Introduction 00:00:53
    2. Lesson 1: Routing Protocol Characteristics 00:00:28
    3. Distance Vector Routing Protocols 00:09:28
    4. Link State Routing Protocols 00:03:19
    5. Passive Interfaces 00:10:54
    6. Lesson 2: Configuring OSPF 00:01:08
    7. OSPF Overview 00:01:20
    8. OSPF Basics 00:05:37
    9. Introduction to Dijkstra’s Algorithm 00:02:10
    10. Dijkstra’s Algorithm Calculation 00:11:34
    11. Some OSPF Terminology 00:03:53
    12. Neighborship vs. Adjacency 00:02:13
    13. Designated Routers 00:02:47
    14. Electing a Designated Router 00:03:49
    15. Forming an Adjacency 00:04:09
    16. Measuring Cost 00:10:35
    17. Areas 00:05:08
    18. OSPF Network Types 00:06:46
    19. Single-Area OSPF 00:00:45
    20. Benefits 00:01:31
    21. OSPFv2 Configuration and Verification 00:15:35
    22. OSPFv3 Configuration and Verification 00:07:48
    23. Lesson 3: Configuring InterVLAN Routing 00:01:10
    24. Router-on-a-Stick 00:00:59
    25. The Router-on-a-Stick Concept 00:02:12
    26. Configuring a Router-on-a-Stick 00:07:28
    27. Switch Virtual Interface 00:01:01
    28. Defining an SVI 00:02:36
    29. Configuring an SVI 00:06:13
    30. Module 9 Summary 00:01:15
  16. Module 10: Troubleshooting Routing Issues
    1. Troubleshooting Routing Issues Introduction 00:01:57
    2. Lesson 1: IP Address Issues 00:09:09
    3. Lesson 2: Verifying Host Configuration 00:03:27
    4. Lesson 3: Checking Connectivity with Ping 00:02:41
    5. Lesson 4: Tracing a Route 00:03:25
    6. Lesson 5: Understanding Layer 1 00:06:05
    7. Lesson 6: Discovering Neighbors 00:05:39
    8. Lesson 7: DEMO: Troubleshooting Case Study 00:12:50
    9. Module 10 Summary 00:01:10
  17. Part III Review
    1. Part III Review 00:03:03
  18. Part IV: Services and Security
    1. Part IV: Services and Security 00:01:45
  19. Module 11: Router Services
    1. Router Services Introduction 00:01:40
    2. Lesson 1: DHCP 00:01:36
    3. DHCP Theory 00:02:17
    4. IP Helper Address 00:03:55
    5. Configuring a Router as a DHCP Server 00:03:35
    6. Lesson 2: NAT 00:01:11
    7. NAT Theory 00:05:03
    8. NAT Terminology 00:02:07
    9. Static NAT 00:03:56
    10. Dynamic NAT 00:09:07
    11. Port Address Translation (PAT) 00:07:19
    12. Lesson 3: NTP 00:01:30
    13. NTP Theory 00:03:26
    14. NTP Configuration and Verification 00:07:23
    15. Module 11 Summary 00:00:52
  20. Module 12: Access Control Lists
    1. Access Control Lists Introduction 00:00:58
    2. Lesson 1: ACL Theory 00:03:10
    3. Lesson 2: Standard ACLs 00:05:50
    4. Lesson 3: Extended ACLs 00:00:56
    5. Numbered ACLs 00:07:03
    6. Named ACLs 00:08:10
    7. Lesson 4: ACL Configuration Considerations 00:02:39
    8. Lesson 5: Troubleshooting ACLs 00:09:34
    9. Module 12 Summary 00:00:42
  21. Module 13: Device Security
    1. Device Security Introduction 00:00:44
    2. Lesson 1: Securing Device Access 00:00:45
    3. Physical Security 00:02:34
    4. Connecting Securely 00:10:24
    5. External Authentication 00:03:04
    6. Lesson 2: Switch Port Security 00:00:58
    7. Shutting Down Unused Ports 00:08:10
    8. Review of Port Security 00:03:16
    9. Putting Unused Ports in an Unused VLAN 00:01:48
    10. Selecting a Non-Default Native VLAN 00:02:51
    11. Module 13 Summary 00:00:58
  22. Part IV Review
    1. Part IV Review 00:00:47
  23. Exam Tips
    1. Exam Tips Introduction 00:00:43
    2. Lesson 1: How to Register for the Exam 00:05:28
    3. Lesson 2: Study Tips 00:15:13
    4. Lesson 3: What to do on Exam Day 00:06:08
    5. Lesson 4: Review 00:00:36