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CCNA 2017 200-125 (v3.0) Video Boot Camp With Chris Bryant

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    [UDEMY] CCNA R/S 2017 200-125 (v3.0) Video Boot Camp With Chris Bryant


    Длительность: 442 лекции, общей продолжительности 62 часа
    Язык: Английский

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    Chris Bryant

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    "The Computer Certification Bulldog"


    CCNA 200-125 Video Boot Camp Preview! --- 02:57
    CCNA 200-125 Video Boot Camp Preview
    Preview --- 02:57

    CCNA 200-125, ICND1, Sec 1: Supermodels! (Network Supermodels, That Is) --- 29:09
    Network Fund. 1: Why We Network (And Real-World Success Tips) --- 07:49
    Network Fund. 2: The OSI Model --- 10:13
    Network Fund. 3: The TCP/IP Model (And Real-World Success Tips) --- 11:07

    CCNA 200-125, ICND1, Sec. 2: Ethernet And Cabling --- 23:36
    Physical 1: Ethernet Standards --- 09:38
    Physical 2: Cable Types --- 07:56
    Physical 3: The Fields Of Ethernet --- 06:02

    CCNA 200-125, ICND1, Sec. 3: Hubs, History, and Why Hubs Are History --- 51:38
    1: Why Hubs Came, Why They Left --- 08:52
    2: Bridges, Switches, and Logical Segmentation --- 06:05
    3: Building The MAC Table, Part 1 --- 09:11
    4: Building The MAC Table, Part 2 --- 06:12
    5: Frame Processing, Hex Conversions, and Breaking Down MAC Addresses --- 13:25
    6: Converting Hex Values To Decimal --- 07:53

    CCNA 200-125, ICND1, Sec 4: Config Modes, IOS Help, Intro To VLANs --- 01:08:39
    Config 1: Configuration Modes and IOS Help Intro --- 10:56
    Config 2: Exec Timeout, Logging Synch, and the Console Port --- 06:22
    Config 3: VLAN Lab Begins --- 11:15
    Config 4: VLAN Lab Concludes --- 07:01
    Config 5: More VLANs / Erasing The Switch / The VLAN.DAT File --- 13:26
    Config 6: Intro To Trunking --- 05:20
    Config 7: The Trunking Port Modes --- 07:06
    Config 8: Filtering Trunk Traffic On A Per-VLAN Basis --- 07:13

    CCNA 200-125, ICND1, Sec. 5: Memories, Boots, and Passwords --- 01:30:41
    Memory 1: Memory Contents And Boot Processes --- 08:22
    Memory 2: Setup Mode -- One Way In, Two Ways Out --- 08:00
    Memory 3: Enable Secret and Enable Password --- 08:30
    Memory 4: Console Port Protection With One Password --- 06:37
    Memory 5: Console Port Protection With Username / PW Database --- 12:09
    Memory 6: Port Security Success Fundamentals --- 07:36
    Memory 7: Port Security Options --- 05:43
    Memory 8: Port Security Static Lab Begins --- 09:47
    Memory 9: Port Security Static Lab Concludes --- 04:14
    Memory 10: Port Security Dynamic Learning Lab --- 09:07
    Memory 11: Port Security Sticky Addresses / Errdisable Recovery Command --- 10:36

    CCNA 200-125, ICND1: IP Addressing, Binary, and Intro To Routing --- 38:51
    Routing 1: IP Addresses, Subnet Masks, and Binary Conversions --- 08:11
    Routing 2: The Public IP Address Classes --- 08:18
    Routing 3: The Private IP Address Classes --- 05:09
    Routing 4: Connected Routes Walkthrough --- 07:10
    Routing 5: Static Route Walkthrough --- 10:03

    CCNA 200-125, ICND1: Switches, Default Gateways, Telnet, And More! --- 47:36
    Sec 7/1: Introduction To SVIs --- 08:13
    Sec 7/2: Creating A Non-Default SVI --- 05:10
    Sec 7/3: Telnet Labs Begin --- 07:29
    Sec 7/4: Telnet Labs End --- 09:38
    Sec 7/5: Autonegotiation --- 06:56
    Sec 7/6: Slashes and Console Port Options --- 05:13
    Sec 7/7: The Description and Interface Range Commands --- 04:57

    CCNA 200-125, ICND1: TCP and UDP --- 21:13
    Sec 8/1: "TCP Good, UDP Bad"? --- 07:23
    Sec 8/2: The Comparison Continues --- 07:41
    Sec 8/3: Multiplexing and Intro To Port Numbers --- 06:09

    CCNA 200-125, ICND1: DHCP, DNS, And ARP --- 15:52
    Sec. 9/1: DNS And ARP --- 07:39
    Sec. 9/2: DHCP Fun(damentals) --- 08:13
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    CCNA 200-125, ICND1: Static Routing, Pings, And Hub-And-Spoke Networks --- 39:40
    Sec 10/1: Lab Topology, Pings, And HAS Networking --- 09:40
    Sec 10/2: Lab Continues; Intro To "Debug IP Packet" --- 09:38
    Sec 10/3: Lab Continues, Host Static Routing --- 08:59
    Sec 10/4: Lab Continues, Default Static Routing --- 06:47
    Sec 10/5: Default Routes Are Beautiful (Sometimes) --- 04:36
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    CCNA 200-125, ICND1: Distance Vector In General, RIPv2 In Particular --- 01:57:41
    Sec 11/1: Intro To Distance Vector Protocols --- 06:58
    Sec 11/2: Split Horizon and Poison Reverse --- 09:15
    Sec 11/3: RIP Lab Begins --- 08:17
    Sec 11/4: RIP Lab Continues --- 06:59
    Sec 11/5: RIP Lab Concludes --- 06:20
    Sec 11/6: The Dangers of Autosummarization --- 07:26
    Sec 11/7: The Cure for Autosummarization --- 04:02
    Sec 11/8: Passive Interfaces --- 11:30
    Sec 11/9: Administrative Distances --- 08:39
    Sec 11/10: Fun With RIP Load Balancing --- 07:46
    Sec 11/11: More RIP Load Balancing, Intro To Traceroute --- 07:47
    Sec 11/12: Version Mismatches and Debugging Tips --- 06:52
    Sec 11/13: Floating Static Route Lab Begins --- 09:05
    Sec 11/14: Floating Static Route Lab Continues --- 08:24
    Sec 11/15: Originating A Default Route With RIP --- 08:21
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    CCNA 200-125, ICND 1 and 2 -- Subnetting Success! --- 01:04:57
    Subnet 1: The Whys, Ins, and Outs of Subnetting --- 12:59
    Subnet 2: Decimal-to-Binary Conversions, Single Value Example --- 05:37
    Subnet 3: Decimal-to-Binary Conversions, Dotted Decimal Example --- 05:19
    Subnet 4: Binary-to-Decimal Conversions --- 02:35
    Subnet 5: Number Of Valid Subnets -- Classic Approach --- 10:02
    Subnet 6: Number Of Valid Subnets -- Bulldog Approach --- 03:07
    Subnet 7: Number Of Valid Hosts --- 04:01
    Subnet 8: Finding The Subnet Of An IP Address --- 08:42
    Subnet 9: Determining The Broadcast Address and Valid Address Range --- 05:29
    10 Subnetting --- 07:06
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    CCNA 200-125, ICND 1, Access Lists --- 01:38:56
    ACL 1: Access List Rules --- 06:23
    ACL 2: Wildcard Masks Made Easy --- 08:07
    ACL 3: Standard ACL Lab Begins --- 10:34
    ACL 4: Standard ACL Lab Concludes --- 07:01
    ACL 5: Extended ACL Lab --- 07:15
    ACL 6: "Host", "Any", and "The Order Of The Lines" --- 09:07
    ACL 7: Named Standard ACL Lab --- 08:12
    ACL 8: Named Extended ACL Lab --- 06:23
    ACL 9: Telnet and Extended ACLs --- 08:53
    ACL 10: Telnet, Extended ACLs, and Time Ranges --- 09:01
    ACL 11: Sequence Numbers, Telnet, and Extended ACLs --- 07:17
    ACL 12: One More Telnet Test, plus Absolute Time Ranges! --- 05:50
    ACL 13: Where To Put It, and Why --- 04:53
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    CCNA 200-125, ICND 1: The Network Time Protocol --- 22:10
    NTP 1: What's Going On --- 07:49
    NTP 2: Server - Client Lab --- 08:29
    NTP 3: Peering Lab --- 02:43
    NTP 4: Broadcast Mode --- 03:09
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    CCNA 200-125, ICND1: NAT and PAT --- 28:54
    NAT 1: The Fundamentals of NAT and PAT --- 06:50
    NAT 2: Static NAT Lab --- 07:39
    NAT 3: Dynamic NAT Lab --- 07:32
    NAT 4: Port Address Translation Lab --- 06:53
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    CCNA 200-125, ICND1: IP Version 6 --- 02:02:31
    IPV6 1: Curing Address Anxiety With Compression --- 12:19
    IPV6 2: The Global Routing Prefix and Subnet ID --- 10:27
    IPV6 3: Enabling V6 -- Twice! --- 09:08
    IPV6 4: Configuring And Verifying IPV6 Addresses --- 08:37
    IPV6 5: Link Local Addresses --- 06:45
    IPv6 : Calculating the Interface Identifier --- 06:48
    IPV6 7: Using The Interface Identifier as Host Address --- 03:09
    IPV6 8: Router Discovery With NDP --- 04:40
    IPV6 9: Host Discovery With NDP --- 08:42
    IPV6 10: DHCP On Planet IPV6 --- 04:17
    IP 11: Smart Stuff Our DAD Says --- 03:15
    IPV6 12: The IPV6 Routing Table --- 08:48
    IPV6 13: Pinging IPV6 Addresses --- 05:53
    IPV6 14: Static Routes (Recursive and Directly Connected) --- 07:57
    IPV6 15: Static Routes (Fully Specified) --- 04:42
    IPV6 16: Using The Link-Local Address With Static Routes --- 05:00
    IPV6 17: Default and Host Static Routes --- 04:07
    IPV6 18: Nuts, Bolts, and Frame Format Comparison --- 07:57
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    CCNA 200-125, ICND1 *and* 2: This And That --- 01:28:09
    TNT 1: Timestamps --- 08:52
    TNT 2: The Password Encryption Services --- 10:00
    TNT 3: Console Logging --- 12:26
    TNT 4: Buffer and Syslog Logging --- 07:15
    TNT 5: "Where ARE My Log Messages?" --- 06:44
    TNT 6: Banners --- 07:10
    TNT 7: CDP Fundamentals --- 07:09
    TNT 8: More Fun With CDP --- 08:44
    TNT 9: The Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP --- 07:34
    TNT 10: Cisco Password Recovery Procedures --- 08:54
    TNT 11: A Little More Config Register Work --- 03:21
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    CCNA 200-125, ICND2: VTP (VLAN Trunking Protocol) --- 01:14:40
    VTP 1: Why Do We Need It? --- 08:18
    VTP 2: Lab Continues --- 08:27
    VTP 3: The Mysterious Joins --- 05:12
    VTP 4: The Modes --- 08:20
    VTP 5: The Config Revision Number --- 10:11
    VTP 6: CRN Lab / Fully Initializing The Switch --- 09:02
    VTP 7: The VTP Password --- 07:05
    VTP 8: More On The VTP Password --- 07:47
    VTP 9: Pruning and Real-World V3 Tips --- 10:18
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    CCNA 200-125, ICND2: The Spanning Tree Protocol --- 02:15:00
    STP 1: The Fundamentals --- 09:15
    STP 2: Switching Loops and More Fundamentals --- 09:23
    STP 3: Root Bridge Election Walkthrough --- 10:58
    STP 4: Root Bridge Election Results (Root Bridge) --- 06:27
    STP 5: Root Bridge Election Results (Non-Root Bridge) --- 05:13
    STP 6: STP Timer Changes --- 08:15
    STP 7: Root Path Cost vs. Port Cost --- 08:51
    STP 8: Root Port Tiebreakers --- 06:25
    STP 9: DP Selection on Non-Root Switches --- 08:20
    STP 10: Speed Changes and Port Costs --- 07:20
    STP 11: Per-VLAN Load Balancing --- 08:13
    STP 12: Choosing Your Roots --- 07:37
    STP 13: Choosing Your Secondary Roots --- 08:23
    STP 14: Stone Cold Priority and PortFast --- 10:50
    STP 15: Root Guard --- 10:56
    STP 16: BPDU Guard --- 08:34
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    CCNA 200-125 (ICND2): Etherchannels --- 38:22
    EC 1: The Theory --- 07:53
    EC 2: The Configuration --- 09:13
    EC 3: The Verification --- 11:06
    EC 4: The Negotiation --- 10:10
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    The Rapid Spanning-Tree Protocol --- 20:27
    RSTP 1: It Begins --- 08:52
    RSTP 2: Edge Ports and Lab Work --- 08:09
    RSTP 3: More Lab Work! --- 03:26
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    CCNA 200-125 (ICND2): OSPF --- 03:34:12
    OSPF 1: Intro To Link State Protocols --- 08:29
    OSPF 2: LSAs and Adjacencies --- 06:18
    OSPF 3: Network Mask Match -- Yes Or No? --- 09:03
    OSPF 4: Hello and Dead Timers --- 06:25
    OSPF 5: The Adjacency States --- 09:00
    OSPF 6: The DR, BDR, and RID --- 11:03
    OSPF 7: Why Areas? PLUS: OSPF Not Starting --- 09:49
    OSPF 8: Broadcast Network Build --- 10:09
    OSPF 11: Point-to-Point Network Build --- 09:52
    OSPF 9: NBMA Network Build --- 09:40
    OSPF 10: RID Fix, Pings, and Shows --- 10:56
    OSPF 11 --- 09:52
    OSPF 12: Broadcast Network Build / Something's Missing... --- 09:32
    OSPF 13: Virtual Link Build --- 09:03
    OSPF 14: Cutting Down On Overhead w/ Passive Interfaces --- 09:25
    OSPF 15: Verifying Your Passive Interfaces --- 07:07
    OSPF 16: New Router In Network / Using The "Default" Option --- 07:44
    OSPF 17: Stub Areas --- 09:20
    OSPF 18: Total Stub Areas --- 06:38
    OSPF 19: ABRs, ASBRs, And Other Router Types --- 08:21
    OSPF 20: The Default-Information Originate Command --- 09:17
    OSPF 21: Changing The Port Cost Calculation --- 09:40
    OSPF 22: More Port Cost Calculation, Plus Changing The Cost At The Interface --- 06:49
    OSPF 23: Bandwidth Lab --- 09:49
    OSPF Stoppage (Temporary!) --- 00:51
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    CCNA 200-125, ICND2: EIGRP --- 02:00:54
    EIGRP 1: Success Fundamentals --- 09:21
    EIGRP 2: Successor and Feasible Successor Fundamentals --- 04:13
    EIGRP 3: NBMA Network Build --- 07:12
    EIGRP 4: The Spoke-To-Spoke Dilemma --- 09:55
    EIGRP 5: The Broadcast Network Build --- 09:10
    EIGRP 6: From Feasible Successor To Successor --- 08:10
    EIGRP 7: Variance Lab 1 (Just Right) --- 08:21
    EIGRP 8: Variance Lab 2 (Too Big) --- 05:59
    EIGRP 9: (No) Wildcard Mask Lab --- 06:30
    EIGRP 10: DUAL Queries and the EIGRP RID --- 10:57
    EIGRP 11: Packet Types and Adjacencies --- 08:09
    EIGRP 12: Timers and Adjacencies --- 07:48
    EIGRP 13: "Show IP EIGRP Neighbor" and FD / DR Intro --- 08:30
    EIGRP 14: Applying The Feasibility Condition --- 08:02
    EIGRP 15: Feasibility, Variance, and Administrative Distances --- 08:37
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    CCNA 200-125 (ICND2): The Border Gateway Protocol --- 02:51:13
    Read This Before You Start The BGP Section! :) --- 02:57
    BGP 1: Introduction --- 06:16
    BGP 2: External BGP Peerings --- 11:37
    BGP 3: iBGP Peering and Loopback Interfaces --- 08:14
    BGP 4: eBGP Peering with Loopback Interfaces --- 06:31
    BGP 5: Advertising Routes with "Network" --- 11:01
    BGP 6: Origin and Next-Hop Attributes --- 10:05
    BGP 7: The Best-Path Selection Process --- 07:54
    BGP 8: Next-Hop Addresses --- 06:48
    BGP 9: The Next-Hop Address Rule --- 03:31
    BGP 10: The Multi-Exit Discriminator (MED) --- 11:31
    BGP 11: Local Pref -- All, Or Nothing At All --- 08:56
    BGP 12: Local Preferences -- Changing One, But Not All --- 04:49
    BGP 13: The Weight Attribute --- 10:09
    BGP 14: More Weight Work! --- 07:30
    BGP 15: Route Summarization --- 07:45
    BGP 16: Synch Rules and the Full Mesh --- 08:46
    BGP 17: Route Reflectors --- 11:54
    BGP 18: Prefix Lists Begin --- 11:09
    BGP 19: Prefix Lists End --- 05:32
    BGP 20: Some Final Words --- 08:18
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    CCNA Security 210-260: The Enemies Within --- 02:50:17
    EW 1: Preventing Inside Jobs, Intro To Port Security --- 07:36
    EW 2: Port Security Options --- 05:43
    EW 3: Port Security Lab Begins (Static Entries) --- 09:47
    EW 4: Port Security Lab Concludes --- 04:14
    EW 5: Port Security Lab (Dynamically Learned Addresses) --- 09:07
    EW 6: Port Security Sticky Addresses, Errdisable Recovery --- 10:36
    EW 7: Root Guard --- 09:58
    EW 8: BPDU Guard And Loop Guard --- 10:06
    EW 9: Private VLAN Theory --- 06:03
    EW 10: Private VLAN Lab --- 10:31
    EW 11: VLAN ACL Theory, Lab Begins --- 08:49
    EW 12: VLAN ACL Lab Concludes --- 07:37
    EW 13: VLAN Hopping --- 09:42
    EW 14: DHCP Snooping -- Just The Facts, Man --- 06:34
    EW 15: DHCP Snooping Address Renewal --- 10:26
    EW 16: DHCP Snooping -- First Time Address Acquisition --- 06:21
    EW 17: IP Source Guard -- Theory and Lab Begins --- 09:18
    EW 18: IP Source Guard -- Lab Continues --- 06:29
    EW 19: IP Source Guard -- Static Bindings Lab --- 07:41
    EW 20: CDP And LLDP -- Off Or On? --- 05:57
    EW 21: MAC Flooding And Spoofing --- 07:42
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    CCNA Security 210-260: SIte-to-Site VPNs --- 59:35
    STS VPN 1: Fundamentals and Terminology --- 13:30
    STS VPN 2: IKE Phase 1 Lab Begins --- 11:58
    STS VPN 3: IKE Phase 1 Lab Ends --- 05:43
    STS VPN 4: IKE Phase 2 Lab --- 09:42
    STS VPN 5: Crypto Maps -- The Rules --- 07:38
    STS VPN 6: Crypto Maps -- The Reality (Lab Work) --- 06:38
    STS VPN 7: Wrapping Up STS VPNs --- 04:26
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    All Sections Down Are From Previous Course -- Still Great Study Material! --- 00:49
    Refresh Demarc --- 00:49
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    200-120 Networking Fundamentals (ICND1) --- 59:12
    Networking Fundamentals And The OSI Model --- 16:19
    Networking Layer Interaction And More! --- 09:46
    Fundamentals of Network Troubleshooting and Models --- 09:37
    The Fight Of The Century: TCP vs UDP --- 11:55
    More TCP, UDP, and Port Numbers --- 11:35
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    200-120 Ethernet (ICND1) --- 46:32
    Duplexes, Suplexes, and Autonegotiation --- 16:38
    Cabling Types and Standards --- 14:55
    Formats and Rollover Cables --- 06:17
    Bonus Video! "Show Interface Ethernet" --- 08:42
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    200-120 Switching 101 (ICND1) --- 02:39:19
    Hubs And Repeaters: Why Are We Still Talking About These? --- 10:00
    The Dawn Of Switching --- 14:08
    Building A MAC Address Table (The Smart Way) --- 13:29
    Let The Switch Do The Work: Dynamic MAC Address Table Entries --- 04:35
    How They Get There: Frame Forwarding Methods --- 08:43
    The Joy Of VLANs --- 16:11
    The Cisco Switching Model and Intro To Port Security
    Preview --- 11:12
    Port Security Secure MAC Addresses
    Preview --- 17:06
    Port Security Sticky MAC Addresses
    Preview --- 04:52
    Combining Secure and Sticky MAC Addresses --- 04:25
    Spanning Tree Protocol Fundamentals --- 08:00
    What DO Those Lights Mean? --- 05:40
    Trunking Fundamentals --- 11:10
    Trunking Labs and Modes --- 06:38
    Drawing The Line: Allowing and Disallowing VLANs --- 06:41
    VTP Fundamentals --- 13:05
    Resetting The Revision Number: What's The Big Deal? --- 03:24
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    200-120 A Quick WAN Introduction (ICND 1) --- 15:55
    Like I Said, A Quick WAN Introduction --- 15:55
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    200-120 Routing and IP Addressing Fundamentals (ICND 1) --- 38:33
    A First Look At Routing --- 13:49
    IP Address Range, Classes, and Why We Care --- 09:39
    Routing Processes and Walkthroughs --- 15:05
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    200-120 Cisco Configs, Memory, and More! (ICND 1) --- 01:10:24
    "Thanks For The Memories..." --- 14:20
    You Can't Read This: Encryption (And Setup Mode) --- 17:10
    My States Of The Interface Speech --- 12:56
    Startup and Running Configs and the COPY Command --- 17:34
    The Config Registry and Real-World Password Recovery --- 08:24
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    200-120 DNS, ARP, and DHCP (ICND 1) --- 42:46
    DNS And ARP --- 11:58
    Proxy ARP And DHCP Fundamentals --- 13:15
    DHCP Relay Agents and IP Helper Addresses --- 07:50
    Using A Cisco Router As A DHCP Server --- 09:43
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    200-120 Passwords, Banners, Telnet, and More! (ICND 1) --- 01:36:58
    Configuration Mode Review --- 06:22
    Important Cisco Router Defaults and the Console Port Password --- 11:58
    Enable Secret vs. Enable Password --- 06:47
    Telnet Fundamentals and Lab --- 08:40
    SSH Lab --- 06:38
    More Telnet Lab and "Priv Level 15" --- 16:12
    Banner Labs --- 08:44
    Logging Synchronous, Exec Timeout, And A History Lesson --- 09:35
    A Little More Telnet --- 12:35
    A Voyage Of (Cisco) Discovery --- 09:27
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    200-120 Static Routing And A Little DV (ICND 1) --- 47:04
    Static Routing Fundamentals --- 13:14
    Static Routing Lab And IP Debugs --- 14:24
    More Static Routing With A Side Order Of DV Protocols --- 19:26
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    200-120 OSPF And Link-State Protocols (ICND 1) --- 01:19:27
    Wildcard Masks --- 05:56
    Link State Protocol Fundamentals --- 13:54
    OSPF Debugging, Troubleshooting Adjacencies Lab 1 --- 09:30
    More Troubleshooting, Plus Hello And Dead Timers --- 07:45
    The Process ID --- 10:38
    Show IP OSPF Interface Details and the OSPF RID --- 14:55
    The Default-Information Originate Command (And Options!) --- 06:27
    The When, Why, And Where Game: Passive Interfaces --- 10:22
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    200-120 ACLs and NTP (ICND 1) --- 02:08:46
    Wildcard Mask Refresher --- 05:56
    Standard And Extended ACLs --- 10:25
    Standard ACL Lab --- 12:30
    More Standard ACL Lab -- Blocking Pings --- 02:42
    "Is That A Remark?" Plus -- The Order Of The Lines --- 09:42
    Extended ACLs --- 11:44
    Named ACLs --- 07:02
    Where Should You Put Your ACLs? --- 11:04
    Standard and Extended ACL Lab, Part The First --- 10:33
    Standard and Extended ACL Lab Continues --- 04:00
    Blocking Pings: Lab and Real-World Networking Tips --- 13:21
    Dynamic and Time-Based ACLs --- 10:13
    Network Time Protocol Discussion and Labs --- 10:25
    Using ACL Sequence Numbers --- 09:09
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    200-120 Route Summarization (ICND 1) --- 18:42
    Route Summarization Discussion --- 12:39
    Route Summarization Lab --- 06:03
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    200-120 NAT 'n PAT -- Network Address Translation (ICND 1) --- 34:16
    NAT Fundamentals --- 09:07
    Static NAT And Extended Pings --- 06:58
    Dynamic NAT And Troubleshooting --- 13:21
    Port Address Translation Lab --- 04:50
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    200-120 IP Version 6 (ICND 1) --- 02:02:04
    Intro to IPv6, Zero Compression, and Leading Zero Compression --- 13:24
    Global Routing Prefixes And The IANA --- 11:01
    Global Unicast Addressing and Verification Commands --- 08:14
    Link-Local Addresses and Interface Identifiers --- 09:55
    Link-Local Address and Interface ID Lab --- 04:26
    The EUI-64 Process --- 06:26
    Neighbors and Routers, Solicitations and Advertisements --- 09:12
    DHCPv6 Stateful Auroconfiguration and Relay Agents --- 06:01
    Stateless Autoconfiguration and DHCPv6 --- 05:30
    Ping and Traceroute in IPv6 --- 11:28
    Static and Default Static Routing in IPv6 --- 09:37
    OSPFv3 and v2 Comparison --- 05:33
    OSPF v3 Adjacency Lab --- 04:10
    OSPF v3 Show Commands Demo --- 06:08
    Unique Local Unicast Addresses --- 05:52
    Subnet Router Anycast Addresses --- 03:34
    Wrapup For IPV6.... For Now! --- 01:33
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    200-120 Router On A Stick And L3 Switching (ICND 1) --- 37:14
    ROAS Theory And Setup --- 11:07
    ROAS Lab --- 06:45
    ROAS Troubleshooting --- 04:30
    L3 Switching And SVI Lab --- 13:10
    Final Notes On Multilayer Switching --- 01:42
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    200-120 Binary, Subnetting, VLSM, and Hex (ICND 1 And 2) --- 01:40:44
    Binary And Subnetting Intro --- 02:43
    Binary To Decimal, Decimal To Binary --- 07:38
    "How Many Valid Subnets?" Discussion --- 09:40
    "How Many Valid Subnets?" Practice Session --- 07:56
    "How Many Valid Host Addresses?" Discussion And Practice Session --- 08:33
    "What Subnet Is This IP Address On?" Discussion --- 07:24
    "What Subnet Is This IP Address On?" Practice Session --- 08:49
    Subnet Broadcast Address and Valid IP Address Range Discussion --- 08:23
    Subnet Broadcast Address and Valid IP Address Range Practice Session --- 12:01
    Let's Go Subnetting! Session 1 --- 06:20
    Let's Go Subnetting! Session 2 --- 03:18
    VLSM Lab: Part 1 --- 05:03
    VLSM Lab: Part 2 --- 05:14
    VLSM Lab: Part 3 --- 04:57
    VLSM 4 --- 02:45
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    200-120 More Switching! (ICND 2) --- 01:52:01
    STP Overview --- 08:43
    Root Bridge Election Discussion --- 10:38
    Root Bridge Walkthrough --- 06:47
    Three-Switch Lab --- 09:59
    Root Port Speed Discussion --- 06:02
    Root Port Speed Lab --- 10:25
    Overthrowing The Root Bridge! --- 08:14
    STP Timers and PortFast --- 11:11
    PVST Load Balancing Discussion and Lab --- 09:01
    Etherchannel Discussion --- 04:12
    Etherchannel Lab --- 13:17
    Etherchannel Wrapup --- 03:49
    BPDU Guard Theory And Lab --- 05:08
    Switchport Switcheroo! --- 04:35
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    200-120 Wide Area Networks (ICND 2) --- 02:00:32
    HDLC and PPP Fundamentals --- 12:39
    PPP And CHAP -- Getting It Right! --- 06:25
    PPP And CHAP -- Getting It Wrong (And Troubleshooting It!) --- 05:16
    PPP And CHAP -- More Troubleshooting and Debugging! --- 07:08
    PPP And PAP --- 13:39
    Frame Relay Fundamentals --- 10:49
    Local Management Interface Lab --- 09:32
    Inverse ARP and DLCIs --- 07:08
    Frame Relay Config Over Hub-and-Spoke Network --- 09:10
    The Broadcast Option --- 06:38
    Frame Relay And Subinterfaces Discussion --- 06:41
    Split Horizon Visual --- 02:03
    Frame Relay And Subinterfaces Lab --- 06:31
    FECNs And BECNs --- 08:23
    Physical Stuff --- 08:30
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    200-120 First-Hop Redundancy Protocols (ICND 2) --- 57:19
    HSRP Discussion --- 05:57
    HSRP Lab --- 10:26
    HSRP Load Balancing and Troubleshooting --- 09:30
    VRRP and GLBP Fundamentals --- 12:42
    GLBP Lab --- 11:24
    GLBP Lab Continues --- 07:20
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    200-120 VPNs (ICND 2) --- 23:55
    VPN Fundamentals --- 07:18
    AH and ESP --- 12:13
    Building A GRE Tunnel --- 04:24
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    200-120 OSPF (ICND 2) --- 01:38:26
    Wildcard Mask Refresher --- 05:56
    Fundamentals Of OSPF --- 12:20
    A Quick IPv6 Note --- 01:50
    OSPF Adjacencies and Masks --- 08:36
    OSPF TImers And Adjacency Debugs --- 17:35
    Areas, DRs, and BDRs --- 11:15
    OSPF NBMA Configuration Begins! --- 13:41
    The Network Grows! --- 09:10
    The RID Rules --- 09:06
    What Else Can Go Wrong? These Things.... --- 08:57
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    CCNA 200-120 (ICND 2): The Border Gateway Protocol --- 45:48
    I Love L(S)A --- 05:01
    Default Info Originate w/ Side Of Stub --- 09:28
    Changing The Costs --- 11:23
    Passive Interfaces --- 04:30
    Point-to-Point Pointer --- 05:18
    Does This Need Troubleshooting? --- 05:50
    Bonus Video: Route Redistribution and OSPF Router Types --- 04:18
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    200-120 EIGRP (ICND 2) --- 01:35:38
    EIGRP Fundamentals --- 07:40
    Quick EIGRP V6 Message --- 01:50
    Successors and Feasible Successors --- 07:14
    Successor and Feasible Successor Walkthroughs --- 08:47
    EIGRP On A Hub-and-Spoke Network --- 11:01
    The EIGRP Network Grows! --- 09:44
    Unequal-Cost Load Balancing: Why, When, and How --- 07:55
    Bonus Variance Lab! --- 06:11
    Autosummarization --- 05:43
    Hello and Hold Timers --- 09:07
    The Bandwidth Command And EIGRP --- 08:52
    Route Metrics --- 03:39
    The EIGRP RID --- 06:39
    EIGRP And Split Horizon --- 01:16
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    200-120 This n' That --- 45:29
    SNMP Discussion --- 09:59
    A Quick Look Under SNMP's Hood --- 04:10
    Syslog and Timestamps --- 12:33
    NetFlooooooow --- 07:08
    A Little Licensing --- 11:39
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    More IPV6! (ICND 2) --- 38:14
    EIGRP For IPV6 --- 09:46
    EIGRP For IPV4 And IPV6: Similarities and Differences --- 04:32
    An Old EIGRP Friend Leaves Town --- 00:46
    OSPF IPv6 Refresher And Lab --- 10:08
    OSPF v2 And v3: Similarities and Differences --- 08:21
    Bonus Video! OSPF v3 Route Redistribution --- 04:41

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