Cisco CCNA 200-301 Full Course with Practical Labs

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156 Lessons (23h)

  • Introduction to Networking
    1- Physical Hardware vs VIRL vs GNS3 vs Cisco Packet Tracer17:27
    2- OSI Model, Encapsulation vs De-Encapsulation, Protocol Data Unit (PDU)19:08
    3- TCPIP CSMACD Collision Domain and Broadcast Domain14:32
    4- Understanding ARP, Unicast, Broadcast and Multicast10:47
    5- TCP vs UDP - Explained14:01
  • First time access to the Cisco Switch
    6- How to connect to the Cisco Switch to be able to configure it3:17
    7- Connecting to the Cisco Switch via the console using TerraTerm3:57
    8- User vs privilege mode, Hostname, console password, RAM vs NVRAM16:35
    9- Use help to get assisted with the configuration4:36
  • Local Area Network (LAN)
    10- Introduction to LAN (Ethernet, Straight-through, Crossover, Fiber)11:21
    11- How the switch learn the Addresses6:41
    12- Troubleshooting Interfaces on the Switch14:44
  • Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN)
    13- Introduction to VLAN0:54
    14 - Why we need VLAN's in our network and how VLAN's work - Part 117:30
    15 - Why we need VLAN's in our network and how VLAN's work - Part 215:17
    16- Creating VLANs and making the ports as access port on the Cisco Switch11:11
    17- Configuring Trunk ports on the Cisco Switch11:04
    18- Understand how Vlan Trunking Protocol (VTP) works - Server, client, Transparent13:35
    19- Understand and configure Native VLAN on Cisco Switch8:09
    20- Configuring Voice VLAN on the Cisco Switch9:18
  • Spanning-Tree Protocol
    21- Introduction to Spanning-Tree Protocol1:10
    22- Explaining Problems on Redundant switching10:34
    23- Explanation of how Spanning-Tree works14:14
    24- Interface States in STP8:27
    25- Difference between STP and RSTP6:54
    26- Configuring Rapid-PVST and PortFast12:54
    27- Spanning Tree BPDU Guard4:52
  • EtherChannel (Link Aggregation)
    28- Introduction to EtherChannel0:41
    29- EtherChannel Explained6:25
    30- Configuring EtherChannel using the Manual mode6:56
    31- Configuring EtherChannel using the PAGP mode5:50
    32- Configuring EtherChannel using the LACP mode and Load Balancing8:36
  • IPv4 Addressing
    33- Introduction to IPv41:43
    34- Understand IP addressing (Public vs Private) and Subnet mask18:58
    35- Decimal to Binary conversion and vice versa8:11
    20- Subnetting calculation12:55
    37- How to calculate a summary address4:32
  • First time access to the Cisco Router
    38- Introduction to Cisco Router1:16
    39- What is the Cisco Router and some Basic Configuration13:49
    40- DHCP Client, Ping, Traceroute and interfaces15:02
    41- Secure the Console port on the Cisco IOS Router2:33
    42- Enable and secure Telnet on the Cisco IOS Router6:20
    43- Configuring SSH on Cisco IOS Router12:14
  • Router on a Stick, Inter-VLAN Routing & L3 EtherChannel
    44- Introduction to this section1:21
    45- Understand and configure Router on a Stick on Cisco IOS21:31
    46- Configuring InterVLAN Routing on Cisco L3 Switch14:01
    47- Configuring L3 EtherChannel7:57
  • IP Routing
    48- Introduction to IP Routing0:51
    49- Why we need Routing in our network and what is the function of the Router10:56
    50- Static Route vs Default Route16:37
    51- Floating Static Route11:40
  • Internet Protocol v6 (IPv6)
    52- Introduction to IPv60:51
    53- IPv4 Exhaustion and addresses used8:16
    54- IPv6 Successor to IPv44:58
    55- IPv6 Characteristics5:32
    56- IPv6 internet registries IANA RIR LIR9:54
    57- IPv6 address Notation11:18
    58- How to find the prefix of the IPv6 address13:31
    59- IPv6 addresses types7:29
    60- IPv6 Link-local address8:25
    61- IPv6 Unique local address7:16
    62- IPv6 Multicast address3:37
    63- IPv6 Global Unicast address3:35
    64- IPv6 Static Routing18:24
    65- IPv6 Statless Autoconfiguration8:57
  • Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)
    66- Introduction to OSPF1:39
    67- EGP vs IGP and how Link State works15:16
    68- OSPF areas and routers tasks11:42
    69- Configuring OSPF in the backbone area21:04
    70- OSPF Hello Packets explained5:18
    71- Manipulating the Hello Packets in OSPF18:13
    72- DR and BDR Election explained12:56
    73- DR and BDR Election LAB16:13
    74- Understanding and configuration passive interface in OSPF9:07
    75- OSPF Default Route6:30
  • Wireless
    77- Introduction to WLAN Fundamentals0:53
    78- RF Frequency and Wavelength10:58
    79- RF Fundamentals10:48
    80- 802.11 Service Sets8:49
    81- 802.11 Beacon- Probing- Authentication- Association and Data10:27
    82- Free Space Path Loss (FSPL)10:19
    83- Signal Attenuation7:15
    84- 2.4 GHz spectrum and non-overlapping channels6:32
    85- 2.4 GHz co-interference and adjacent interference channels4:10
    86- 5 GHz and Channels Bonding6:18
    87- IEEE 802.11 WLAN Standards4:51
    88- Noise Floor and Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR)8:49
    89- Wired CSMACD Wireless CSMACA and Hidden nodes problem6:00
    90- RTS-CTS to solve hidden nodes on Wireless5:12
    91- Problems of collisions are the client side (hidden node APs)4:07
  • Access Control List (ACL)
    1- Introduction to Access Control List1:01
    2- Access Control List - Explanation22:41
    3- Configuring Standard Access List14:09
    4- Access Control list for line vty12:45
    5- Configuring Extended Access List13:36
  • DHCP using IPv4 and IPv6
    6- Introduction to the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)1:06
    7- Understand the DCHP Process (DORA)12:45
    8- Configure DHCPv4 Server on Cisco IOS12:28
    9- Configure DHCPv4 client on Cisco IOS8:09
    10- IPv6 Global Unicast Address Dynamic assignment (Stateless vs Stateful)14:46
    11- Configure DHCPv6 Stateless Server13:07
    12- Configure DHCPv6 Stateless Client6:50
    13- Configure DHCPv6 Stateful Server10:02
    14- Configure DHCPv6 Stateful Client6:51
  • First Hop Redundancy Protocols (FHRPs)
    15- Introduction to First Hop Redundancy Protocols2:35
    16- First Hop Redundancy Protocol Explained8:09
    17- Understand and Configure HSRP14:38
    18- Priority and Preemption on HSRP7:33
  • LAN Security
    19- Introduction to LAN Security1:08
    20- LAN Security explained13:58
    21- MAC Address Table Attack7:32
    22- Configuring Port-Security to secure from MAC Address Table Attack14:08
    23- VLAN Hopping Attacks8:42
    24- VLAN Attacks Mitigation7:44
    25- DHCP Snooping against DHCP Attacks9:55
  • Network Address Translation (NAT)
    26- Introduction to NAT1:25
    27- Understand how NAT works and be familiar with the NAT terminology7:56
    28- Configuring Static NAT13:27
    29- Configuring Dynamic NAT on Cisco IOS11:45
    30- Configuring PAT on Cisco IOS15:58
  • VPN and IPSEC Concepts
    31- Introduction to VPN and IPSEC0:55
    32- What is VPN - Explanation9:20
    33- What is IPSEC - Explanation9:10
    34- IPSEC Protocol suite explained4:29
    35- IPSEC modes of communication - Transport vs Tunnel mode8:10
    36- Types of Encryption - Symmetric vs Asymmetric5:46
    37- Security over the internet using IPSEC (Diffie-Hellman)14:01
    38- Encyption Protocol (DES-3DES-AES-Blowfish-Camellia-RSA-DH)12:06
    39- Data Integrity - Hashing Algorithms (MD5 - SHA1 - SHA256 - SHA512)8:01
    40- IPSEC Authentication (Pre-shared key vs Certificates)6:53
    41- IPSEC Negotiation Protocols (AH vs ESP)6:26
    42- IPSEC Negotiation Process and choices of IPSEC interesting traffic7:43
    43- IPSEC IKE Phase 1 (ISAKMP Tunnel)6:46
    44- IPSEC IKE Phase 2 (IPSEC Tunnel)5:38
    45- IPSEC Data Transfer2:18
  • Network Management
    46- Introduction to Network Management1:21
    47- Device Discovery using CDP Protocol11:01
    48- Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP)7:59
    49- Network Time Protocol (NTP)9:41
    50- Logging and Syslog Server17:36
    51- File Systems and TFTP9:55
    52- Password Recovery on Cisco router12:42
    53- Cisco IOS Image backup and Boot system13:51
  • Quality of Server (QOS)
    54- Introduction to QOS1:12
    55- Network Traffic Characteristics10:33
    56- Cisco Queuing Algorithms12:18
    57- Cisco QOS Models14:08
    58- QOS Implementation tools8:24
  • Software-Defined Networking (SDN), Automation & Programmability
    59- Introduction to SDN, Automation & Programmability1:41
    60- Control Plane vs Data Plane vs Management Plane7:43
    61- What is Software Defined Networking (SDN)7:26
    62- Network Virtualization Technologies6:48
    63- Types of SDN7:30
    64- Data Formats (XML, JSON, YAML)13:08
    65- Application Programming Interface (API)6:31
    66- RESTful API15:17

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Maher Haddad | IT Instructor
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Maher Haddad has a very long experience in the IT sector. He holds a Bachelor in Computer Communications and a Master in Computer Science. His experience in IT goes to year 2003 and has been working all his life for international Internet Service Providers (ISP's) in different countries around the world. He is a well accomplished trainer and has the following certificates unders his name: CCNA, CCNA Security, CCNA Voice, CCDA, CCNP R&S, CCDP, Microsoft MCP, Microsoft MCSA , MikroTik MTCNA & MTCRE, MTCWE, MTCUME, MTCTCE, MTCINE, MTCSE, Huawei HCNA, CWTS, LigoWave NFT engineer, LigoWave DLB Engineer, Fortinet NSE1, Fortinet NSE2, GVF Level1, GVF level2, GVF Level3 and much more.


In this course, you will learn everything you need to know when it comes to Cisco CCNA 200-301. Some of the topics that will be covered in this program are as follow: Introduction to Networking, Introducing Cisco Switch, Local Area Network (LAN), Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN), and a whole lot more. This course is designed to help you pass the CCNA 200-301 exam which is the latest updated exam for CCNA. If you want to conquer the CCNA and become a Cisco Certified Engineer, then enrolling in this course is a must.

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  • Familiarizew the configuring Cisco Routers & Switches
  • Gain basic understanding on Local Area Network & Virtual Local Area Network
  • Learn about IP Routing & IPv6
  • Become a Cisco Certified Engineer


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