Routing Configuration & Router Administration for Cisco CCNA
Understand the routing process and learn how to configure all inter-networking components using the Cisco Packet Tracer
This course is over 10 hours in length and will cover
everything from connecting to a router, configuring administrative tasks on the
router, learning the routers internal components such as RAM, ROM, NVRAM and
FLASH; learning how to manipulate the Registers on the router, backing up
configurations, using the CDP protocol, and all aspects of Static, Default and
Please Note: The Cisco Packet Tracer is a Cisco proprietary software and can only be given out by Cisco. So, if you hear me say in any of the lectures, that I would be providing the CPT, please disregard since I cannot do so.
If you are unable to get a hold of the CPT, remember that you have other options, like: GNS3, Boson or even live equipment.
It is recommended that you use any of the simulators mentioned above to follow along with the course.
Students will get a thorough understanding of how the routing process actually works and they will also learn how to configure all inter-networking components using the Cisco Packet Tracer (link attached for download), look for it under external .
Students will also be configuring RIPv2, EIGRP and OSPF and understand how to manipulate each routing protocols attributes to meet the requirements of the network.
This is a lecture based course using the Touch-IT Technology Smart board, which will make learning very interactive and engaging.
Hands on labs will be used to drill down the concepts learned in each lecture using the Cisco’s Packet Tracer.
My method will make you feel like you are sitting in a classroom environment and give you the most needed hands on experience!
Handouts will be available to facilitate learning and practice.
This course is designed to help the student become comfortable with the routing concepts and router administration…but it will also help in preparing them for any networking certification or Computer Science Degree; not to mention the fact, that for those already in the field, it will further
improve routing decisions in their particular networks.
|Section 1: Introduction to Routing|
|LD8 L1-Introduction to CCNA 200-120 Certification||00:22:00|
|LD8 L2-Using the Packet Tracer Simulator||00:24:00|
|LD8 L3-Routers IOS and using the CLI||00:30:00|
|LD8 L4-Routers IOS and using the CLI Part2||00:36:00|
|LD8 L5-Routers IOS and using the CLI Part3||00:18:00|
|LD8 L6-Administering the Routers IOS Part1||00:22:00|
|LD8 L7-Administering the Routers IOS Part2||00:25:00|
|LD8 L8-Administering the Routers IOS Part3||00:14:00|
|Section 2: Routing Basics|
|LD8 L9-Difference between Routed and Routing Protocols||00:05:00|
|LD8 L10-What does the term Routing mean?||00:23:00|
|LD8 L11-The IP Routing Process||00:18:00|
|LD8 L12-Static and Default Routing Part1||00:35:00|
|LD8 L13-Static and Default Routing Part2||00:49:00|
|Section 3: Dynamic Routing|
|LD8 L14-The basics of Routing Protocols||00:16:00|
|LD8 L15-Distance – Vector Routing Protocols||00:26:00|
|LD8 L16-Routing Information Protocol (RIP)||00:34:00|
|LD8 L17-Using Ripv2 and Static Routes Together||00:30:00|
|Section 4: Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP)|
|LD8 L18-Introduction to EIGRP||00:30:00|
|LD8 L19- Introduction to EIGRP 2||00:22:00|
|LD8 L20-Introduction to EIGRP 3||00:17:00|
|LD8 L21- EIGRP Lab||00:40:00|
|Section 5: Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)|
|LD8 L22-Introduction to OSPF||00:38:00|
|LD8 L23-Configuring OSPF||00:43:00|
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