Network Interface Layer and Ethernet Operation for Cisco CCNA 200-125/100-105
Since Ethernet is a widely used protocol in data networking, you'll spend most of the course examining Ethernet. You'll also examine physical components required for networking, as well as the layer 2 protocols used in network communication.
Get a better understanding on how Ethernet operates and how to configure a Cisco switch. In this course, Network Interface Layer and Ethernet Operation for Cisco CCNA 200-125/100-105, you'll learn some network interface layer protocols but focus your attention on Ethernet and Ethernet switching. First, you'll learn the details of the types of cabling, fiber optics, and wireless technology used in data link layer protocols to move information. Then, you'll examine a variety of data link layer protocols and where they are used. You'll also look at the long history of Ethernet, and then examine the Ethernet frame header, the Ethernet Switch, and how a layer 2 broadcast message propagates through the network. Lastly, you'll see a detailed demonstration of a switch configuration as well as an examination of the behavior of hubs and switches in the same network, and what the MAC address table looks like on a series of switches connected together. By the end of this course, you'll have an in-depth understanding of Ethernet and how to configure a Cisco switch.
Course SyllabusCourse Overview- 1m 29s
—Course Overview 1m 29sPhysical Layer Technologies- 31m 10s
—Introduction and Reviewing the TCP/IP and OSI Models 2m 45s
—Twisted Pair Cabling 9m 23s
—RJ-45 Connectors and Cable Types 9m 12s
—Fiber Optics 5m 13s
—Wireless Ethernet (802.11) 3m 51s
—Summary 0m 42sData Link Layer Technologies- 22m 18sIntroduction to Ethernet- 30m 33sEthernet Switching- 27m 29sSwitch Configuration- 35m 15sCheck Your Knowledge- 37m 46s