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101 Cisco CCNA Labs

Course Summary

Challenge labs along with video and written solutions to help you pass your Cisco CCENT/ICND2/CCNA exams.


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    Course Syllabus

    • Welcome to the Course
      • Welcome to Your Course
    • CCENT - Layer 2 Switching
      • 001 - Configuring standard VLANs on Catalyst Switches
      • 002 - Configuring extended VLANs on Catalyst Switches
      • 003 - Configuring VTP Clients and Servers on Catalyst Switches
      • 004 - Configuring VTP Transparent Mode
      • 009 - Disabling Auto-negotiation of Trunking
      • 010 - Setting Switch Ports to Dynamic
    • CCENT - Switch Configuration and Remote Access
      • 012 - Permitting Telnet access to Catalyst Switches
      • 013 - Permitting Telnet access to Catalyst IOS switches – Login Local
      • 014 - Permitting Console Access to Catalyst IOS Switches
      • 016 - Configuring a Default Gateway for Routers and Switches
    • CCENT - Securing the Switch
      • 011 - Configuring Passwords on Catalyst Switches
      • 015 - Enable Secret Password & Exec Timeout
      • 005 - Securing VTP Domains
      • 006 - Configuring Switch Access Port Security
      • 007 - Configuring Advanced Switch Access Port Security
      • 008 - Configuring Advanced Static Switch Access Port Security
      • 017 - Changing the Native VLAN and Shutting Unused Ports
      • 018 - Restricting VLANs on Trunks and Changing the VTP version
    • CCENT - Inter-VLAN Routing
      • 019 - Configuring and Allowing Inter-VLAN routing - Router Sub-Interfaces
      • 020 - Configuring and Allowing inter-VLAN Routing - SVI
    • CCENT - Access Lists
      • 023 - Configuring and Applying Standard Numbered ACLs
      • 024 - Configuring and Applying Standard Named ACLs
      • 025 - Configuring and Applying Extended Numbered ACLs Inbound
      • 026 - Configuring and Applying Extended Named ACLs Inbound
      • 027 - Configuring and Applying Extended Numbered ACLs
      • 028 - Restricting Inbound Telnet Access Using Extended ACLs
      • 029 - Debugging Network Traffic Using Extended ACLs
      • 030 - ACL Sequence Numbers
      • 031 - Logging ACL Matches
    • CCENT - IP Services
      • 021 - Configuring IOS DHCP Server
      • 022 - Configuring Router as an NTP Client
      • 032 - Configuring Static Network Address Translation
      • 033 - Configuring Dynamic Network Address Translation
      • 034 - Configuring interface-based Port Address Translation
      • 035 - Configuring pool-based Port Address Translation
      • 036 - Cisco Discovery Protocol
    • CCENT - Basic Router Configuration
      • 037 - Configuring User Privileges on IOS Devices
      • 038 - Configuring Command & Password Privilege Levels on Devices
      • 039 - Configuring MOTD Banners
      • 040 - Changing the Configuration Register on IOS Devices
      • 041 - Configure SSH Access
    • CCENT - IP Routing
      • 042 - Configuring Static Routing via Interfaces
      • 043 - Configuring Static Routing via IP addresses
      • 044 - Configuring and Naming Static Routes
      • 045 - Configuring Default Static Routes
      • 046 - Configuring OSPF on Point-to-Point Networks
      • 047 - Configuring OSPF on Broadcast Networks
      • 048 - Manually configuring the OSPF Router ID
      • 049 - Manually configuring the OSPF Passive Interface
      • 050 - Configuring Single Area OSPFv3
      • 051 - IPv6 Static Routing
      • 052 - IPv6 Static Default Routing
    • CCENT - Challenge Labs
      • Challenge 1 - ACL and Static Routes
      • Challenge 2 - ACL and Static Routes
      • Challenge 3 - OSPF
      • Challenge 4 - CDP, Banner Messages and NTP
      • Challenge 5 - Static NAT
      • Challenge 6 - NAT Pool
      • Challenge 7 - NAT Pool
      • Challenge 8 - IPv6 Static Routes
      • Challenge 9 - OSPFv3
      • Challenge 10 - Switchport Security
      • Challenge 11 - Trunking and VTP
    • ICND2 - Spanning Tree Protocol
      • 053 - Verifying Spanning-Tree Port States on Catalyst Switches
      • 058 - Enabling Rapid Per-VLAN Spanning Tree
      • 054 - Spanning-Tree Protocol Root Bridges Manually
      • 055 - Spanning-Tree Protocol Root Bridges using the IOS Macro
      • 056 - Assigning Multiple Instances to a VLAN Simultaneously
      • 057 - Configuring Spanning-Tree Protocol for Access Ports (Portfast)
    • ICND2 - WAN Protocols
      • 059 - Configuring back-to-back Serial Connections
      • 060 - Verifying Cisco HDLC Encapsulation
      • 061 - Configuring PPP Encapsulation
      • 062 - PPP Authentication using PAP
      • 063 - PPP Authentication using CHAP – Method 1
      • 064 - PPP Authentication using CHAP – Method 2
      • 065 - Configuring Cisco Frame Relay
      • 066 - Configuring IETF Frame Relay
      • 067 - Configuring Static Frame Relay Maps
      • 068 - Configuring Frame Relay point-to-point Subinterfaces
      • 069 - Configuring Frame Relay Multipoint Subinterfaces
    • ICND2 - Routing Protocols
      • 070 - Configuring Basic EIGRP Routing
      • 071 - Configuring EIGRP Routing Using Wildcard Masks
      • 072 - EIGRP Automatic Summarization
      • 073 - Passive Interfaces for EIGRP Updates
      • 074 - Summarizing Routes with EIGRP
      • 075 - Verifying the EIGRP Database
      • 076 - EIGRP Split Horizon
      • 077 - Configuring OSPF on Non-Broadcast Networks
      • 078 - Configuring OSPF Point-to-Multipoint Networks
      • 079 - Configuring Multi-Area OSPF
      • 080 - Debugging OSPF Adjacencies
    • ICND2 - System Logging
      • 081 - Configuring IOS Device Logging to a SYSLOG server
    • ICND2 - Challenge Labs
      • Challenge 12 - PPP Fallback
      • Challenge 13 - Manually Set Root Bridge
      • Challenge 14 - Enable RSTP+
      • Challenge 15 - 3 Router EIGRP
      • Challenge 16 - 3 Router OSPF
      • Challenge 17 - OSPF Passive Interfaces
      • Challenge 18 - Multi-area OSPFv3
      • OSPFv3 with PPP and Logging
    • Appendices
      • Appendix A - Frame Relay Switch Two Routers
      • Appendix B - Frame Relay Switch Three Routers


Course Fee:
USD 97

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

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