Cisco CCNA: Vlans, Access-List & NAT + Bonus Material!
Learn to use Smart Board Technology
This course is almost 3 hours in length and will cover several aspects of the CCNA certification. Topics covered in this course will include; IP configuration, Vlan and Inter-Vlan communication, the use of the IP Helper-Address, Access-List (both extended and standard), the NAT protocol and backing up the startup-configurations to a TFTP server.
This course is very different from the rest because It’s the beginning of a new way of teaching using Smart Board Technology. (We’ve come along way from the traditional Whiteboard).
This is a fun & interactive course that will give you the knowledge to master these subjects and prepare you for the CCNA certification. (..and yes, I said fun!)
You will need a simulator if you want to follow along. (i.e.: Cisco Packet Tracer, GNS3, Boson or live equipment). The course was created with the Cisco Packet Tracer.
Please Note: Unfortunately, the Cisco Packet Tracer is proprietary to Cisco and it is not part of this course. So, if in any of the lectures, you hear me say that I would provide the CPT, please disregard this for I cannot provide it and it is not part of the course.
The course will also show students advanced configurations of the Cisco Packet Tracer Server components, DHCP, DNS and HTTP. Students will acquire and have a better understanding of the topics covered to guide them towards the CCNA or CCNAX certification.
This course is primarily hands on using the Cisco Packet Tracer with some lectures using the NEW & Improved Smart Board Technology. This type of course is most helpful, not only for the CCNA, but also for real world implementation of networks.
Handouts and labs will be available to facilitate learning and practice.
Once the student finishes the course they will be comfortable with IP configurations, Vlans, Access-lists, and Router configuration. It will also help them in preparing for the CCNA certification so they can have an advantage and pass the exam…also, for those already in the field, it will help them to better understand the use of the topics covered so they can implement it in their prospective networks.
|Section 1: The Design and Purpose of Vlans|
|LD9 L1-The design of the lab and the key concepts covered||00:04:00|
|LD9 L2-Server IP Configurations||00:24:00|
|LD9 L3-VLAN Creation & Assignment||00:24:00|
|Section 2: Router Configuration|
|LD9 L4-Router House Keeping Configuration||00:21:00|
|LD9 L5-Inter-Vlan Communication & IP Helper||00:19:00|
|LD9 L6-Interface Configuration & Ripv2||00:16:00|
|Section 3: Securing the Network with Access-List|
|LD9 L7-Standard Access-List & Configuration||00:13:00|
|LD9 L8-Extended Access-List & Configuration||00:12:00|
|Section 4: Network Address Translation (NAT)|
|LD9 L9-Types of NAT||00:09:00|
|LD9 L10-How NAT Works||00:09:00|
|LD9 L11-Configuring NAT Overload (PAT)||00:12:00|
|Section 5: Finishing Up|
|LD9 L12-Verification of Connectivity||00:07:00|
|LD9 L13-Backing Up to TFTP||00:04:00|
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