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ts Ccna 640-802 Videos, choo choo signal

The first and most common method to earn your CCNA is to pass the Cisco 640-802 CCNA Exam. According to Cisco, the 640-802 CCNA is a 90 Minute exam consisting of between 50 and 60 questions and is not for the faint of heart. It is a very comprehensive exam testing your knowledge and skill required to successfully install, operate, and troubleshoot a small to medium size enterprise branch network. Another option available to you and other CCNA candidates is to pass the Cisco 640-822 ICND1 and Cisco 640-816 ICND2 Exams, individually. The 640-822 ICND1 is also a 90 Minute exam consisting of between 50 and 60 questions and passing it will get the candidate their CCENT certification. This exam tests your knowledge and skill required to successfully install, operate, and troubleshoot a small branch office network. While the 640-816 ICND2 is a 75 minute exam consisting of between 45 and 55 questions. The ICND2 exam tests your knowledge and skill required to successfully install, operate, and troubleshoot a small to medium size enterprise branch network.

So, what does all of this Cisco Certification speak mean to you? It means that you can take the exam in two phases, taking one step at a time, passing the individual ICND Exams. Or you can tackle the certification in one full-swoop by passing the 640-802 CCNA Exam. For your convenience, [productbanned], Inc. has tailored our CCNA Training Videos to be appropriate for either path. The course is broken up into two CD's, with one focusing on the content of the ICND1 exam and the second focusing on the content of the ICND2 Exam. Together, both CD's provide you with everything needed to pass the 640-802 Exam.

Intro to Networking and Networking Models

* The OSI Model
* The Data Transmission Process
* The TCP/IP Model
* Why Use Networking Models
* TCP and UDP
* Ports, Sockets, Port Numbers

Ethernet Standards and Cables

* Operation of CSMA/CD
* Ethernet Types and Standards
* Pins and Transmissions
* Crosstalk
* Cable Types
* Ethernet Addressing
* WAN Cabling and Cable Types


* Repeaters, Hubs and Bridges
* Building the MAC Table
* “Flood, Filter or Forward?”
* Frame Processing Methods
* Virtual LANs
* Cisco 3-Layer Switching Model
* Introduction to STP
* Basic Switch Security
* Port Security Defaults

IP Addressing and The Routing Process

* IP Addressing and Binary Conversions
* IP Address Classes
* Private IP Address Ranges
* Intro to the Routing Process
* Keeping Subnets On One “Side” of the Router

Common Router and Switch Commands

* Physical Connections and Passwords
* Telnet
* User, Enable and Privilege Modes
* Enable Password vs. Enable Secret
* “privilege level 15”
* Secure Shell - SSH
* Physical Side of Cisco Switches
* Assigning an IP Address and Default Gateway To The Switch
* Speed, Duplex, and “Interface Range”
* Banners, “logging synch”, and “exec-timeout”
* Keystroke Shortcuts and Manipulating History


* One Destination, Two Destination Addresses
* The ARP Process
* Routers, Broadcasts, Proxy ARP
* The DHCP Process
* DHCP Config on Cisco Router

Memory Components and Config Files

* ROM, RAM, NVRAM, and Flash
* The Boot Process
* Setup Mode
* Startup and Running Config Files
* The COPY Command
* IOS Upgrading
* The Configuration Register

Intro to Wireless Networks (WLANs)

* Wireless Network Types
* Standards and Ranges
* Spread Spectrum
* Antenna Types
* CA vs. CD
* SSIDs and MAC Address Authentication
* WEP, WPA, and WPA2

Binary Math and Subnetting

* Decimal > Binary, Binary > Decimal
* Subnetting Basics
* Calculating Valid Subnets, Hosts, and IP Addresses
* Prefix Notification
* Calculating the Subnet Number of a Given IP Address
* Design Requirements

Static Routing and RIP

* Static Routing Theory and Labs
* RIP Routing Theory and Labs
* “show ip protocols”, “show ip route rip”, “debug ip rip”, and More!

Wide Area Networks (WANs)

* Physical Side of WANs
* Directly Connecting Cisco Routers Via Serial Interfaces
* HDLC and PPP
* Intro to Frame Relay
* RFC 1918, NAT and PAT
* Intro to ATM
* Modems and DSL Variations


* Where to Begin
* Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)
* L1 and L2 Troubleshooting
* LAN Troubleshooting
* WAN Troubleshooting
* Telnet and SSH Commands
* Administrative Distance
* Extended Ping and Traceroute
* The Real Key to Troubleshooting

Network Security

* Firewalls and Proxy Servers
* The Attacker's Arsenal
* Intro to PIX, ASA, IDS, and IPS
* Viruses, Worms, Trojan Horses
* Preventing Virus Attacks
* One Final Cisco “Secret”
* A Final Word

Switching II

* Root Bridges, Root Ports, and Designated Ports
* STP Timers and Port States
* Portfast
* VLANs and Trunking
* Access and Trunk Port Comparison
* “Router on a Stick”
* Etherchannels

PTP WAN Links, HDLC, PPP, and Frame Relay

* HDLC vs. PPP
* PPP Features
* PAP and CHAP
* Frame Relay LMI Theory
* Frame Relay Configs, DLCIs, Frame Maps, and Inverse ARP
* Frame Sub-Interfaces
* Split Horizon
* Frame Relay LMI Show and Debug
* FECN, BECN, DE bits
* PVC Status Meanings

Static Routing and RIP

* Static Routing Configuration
* Distance Vector Protocol - Split Horizon and Route Poisoning
* RIP Version Differences
* The Joy of “show ip protocols”
* RIP Limitations and Timers
* Floating Static Routes


* Link State Routing Protocol
* DR and BDR
* Hello Packets
* Adjacency Issues
* Broadcast Networks
* OSPF RID and Router Types
* Advantages of OSPF
* Point-to-Point OSPF Networks
* Default-Information Originate
* OSPF Authentication


* Introduction to EIGRP
* Successors and Feasible Successors
* EIGRP vs. RIPv2
* Wildcard Masks
* Load Sharing
* EIGRP, RIPv2, and Autosummarization
* Passive vs. Active Routes

IPv6 and NAT Security

* IPv6 Theory and Introduction
* Zero/Leading Zero Compression
* IPv6 Reserved Addresses
* Autoconfiguration Process
* OSPF v3 Basics
* Transition Strategies
* NAT Theory and Introduction
* Static NAT Configuration
* Dynamic NAT Configuration
* PAT Configuration

VPNs and IPSec

* Tunneling Protocols
* Data Encryption Technologies
* Key Encryption Schemes
* IPSec, AH and ESP
* A VPN in Your Web Browser

ACLs and Route Summarization

* ACL Login and Implicit Deny
* Standard ACLs and Remarks
* “Host” and “Any”
* The Order of the Lines
* Extended ACLs
* Named ACLs
* Telnet Access, Placing ACLs, and Blocking Pings
* Dynamic and Time-Based ACLs
* Port Number Review
* Route Summarization with RIP and EIGRP


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