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CCNA Video Mentor: (CCNA Exam 640-802), 2nd Edition

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Lesson 1

ICDN1 Part I: CLI Basics, Downloadable Version, 2nd Edition

Part I: CLI Basics

  Lab 1, “Navigating Router/Switch Command-Line Interface”–This lab demonstrates

how to connect to a router or switch console and use both user mode and privileged mode

exec commands.

  Lab 2, “Router Configuration and Managing Configuration Files”–This lab leads the

user through the process of connecting to a router’s console, getting into configuration mode,

and configuring several features. It also explains the key commands used for copying configuration

files.

Duration: 00:26:05  File Size: 38 MB

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Lesson 2

ICND1 Part 2: LANs, Downloadable Version, 2nd Edition

Part II: LANs

  Lab 3, “Switching Basics: Learning, Forwarding/Filtering, and Interface Settings”

This lab shows a sample network with two LAN switches and explains how the switches will

learn and forward certain frames. It also shows the MAC address learning process with show

commands on the switches, along with some basic interface configuration subcommands on

switches.

Duration: 00:27:38  File Size: 12 MB

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Lesson 3

ICND1 Part 3: IP Addressing and Subnetting, Downloadable Version, 2nd Edition

Part III: IP Addressing and Subnetting

  Lab 4, “Finding the Subnet Number”–This lab shows how to find the subnet number in

which an IP address resides. It emphasizes the use of a process shown in the Cisco Press

Exam Certification Guides, a process which shows how to find the answers to subnetting

questions without using any binary math.

  Lab 5, “Finding the Broadcast Address and Range of Addresses in a Subnet”–This lab

shows how to find a subnet’s broadcast address and the range of valid addresses in the subnet

given the subnet number. This video lab continues the same problem shown in ICND1 video

lab 4, again using a decimal-only process from the Cisco Press Exam Certification Guides.

  Lab 6, “Finding All Subnets of a Network with Less than 8 Subnet Bits”–This lab shows

how to find all the subnet numbers of a single classful network, assuming a single subnet

mask is used throughout the classful network. This video emphasizes the use of yet another

decimal-only process shown in the Cisco Press Exam Certification Guides. This video uses

the same network and subnet mask used in labs 4 and 5.

  Lab 7, “IP Subnet Design and Implementation”–This lab explains subnetting from a

design perspective, examining how to determine the number of required subnets and reviewing

how to find all subnets of a network using a particular static-length mask.

Duration: 00:38:25  File Size: 41 MB

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Lesson 4

ICND1 Part 4: Routing and Routing Protocols, Downloadable Version, 2nd Edition

Part IV: Routing and Routing Protocols

  Lab 8, “Static and Connected Routes”–This lab explains the concept of the details of an

IP routing table on a Cisco router. It then shows the requirements for a router to add connected

routes to its routing table, as well as how to configure two different styles of static routes.

  Lab 9, “RIP Configuration”–This lab shows how to configure RIP in a simple three-router

WAN. It focuses on the meaning of the RIP network configuration subcommand; in particular,

how the network command matches a router’s interfaces, and what the router does when

the network command matches an interface. It also explains the default version settings when

the version command is not configured, and shows how to configure RIP Version 2.

The groups and labs associated with the ICND2 exam are as follows:

Duration: 00:28:21  File Size: 39 MB

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Lesson 5

ICND2 Part 1: LANs, Downloadable Version, 2nd Edition

Part I: LANs

  Lab 1, “Configuring VLANs”–This lab shows two variations of how to configure VLANs

on a switch. The lab shows how to configure a VLAN, as well as how to place interfaces into

that particular VLAN.

  Lab 2, “VTP Servers and Clients”–This lab shows how to configure both VTP servers and

VTP clients so that when VLANs are configured on the server, the client dynamically learns

about the VLAN. This lab focuses on how to determine whether two neighboring switches

meet all the requirements for them to be able to successfully exchange VLAN information.

Duration: 00:27:38  File Size: 38 MB

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Lesson 6

ICND2 Part 2: Routing Protocols, Downloadable Version, 2nd Edition

Part II: Routing Protocols

  Lab 3, “RIP with Split Horizon, Route Poisoning, and Poison Reverse”–This lab

explains the concepts behind some of the more advanced distance vector loop avoidance features.

It also demonstrates these features in a small network using the output of IOS debug

commands.

  Lab 4, “Single Area and Multi-area OSPF Configuration”–This lab shows how to configure

OSPF in a five-router WAN. It shows how to configure OSPF as simply as possible,

using a single OSPF area, as well as how to configure Area Border Routers (ABR) in a multiarea

design.

  Lab 5, “EIGRP Configuration and Operation”–This lab shows how to configure EIGRP

in a simple three-router WAN. It focuses on the meaning of the EIGRP network configuration

subcommand; in particular, how the wildcard mask option allows an engineer to control

on which interfaces the router enables EIGRP. It also shows the contents of the IP routing

table when Variable Length Subnet Masking (VLSM) is used.

  Lab 6, “Understanding EIGRP Metric Calculations”–This lab shows how EIGRP calculates

its integer metric value based on interface bandwidth and delay. It also shows examples

of the metric from the CLI, as well as how to influence the calculated metric–and therefore

the routes chosen by EIGRP–by tuning the interface bandwidth.

Duration: 00:54:33  File Size: 77 MB

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Lesson 7

ICND2 Part 3: Scaling IP Addresses, Downloadable Version, 2nd Edition

Part III: Scaling IP Addresses

  Lab 7, “NAT Overload (PAT)”–This lab explains how the NAT overload feature (also

known as PAT) works, and how it allows the use of a small number of public IP addresses to

support a large network. The lab also reviews the NAT overload configuration for a sample

network.

  Lab 8, “IPv6 Subnetting and Address Configuration”–This lab shows the format of IPv6

global unicast addresses, along with a comparison of how to subnet IPv4 and IPv6 global unicast

addresses. The lab also shows how to configure IPv6 addresses on a Cisco router.

Duration: 00:32:47  File Size: 35 MB

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Lesson 8

ICND2 Part 4: WAN, Downloadable Version, 2nd Edition

Part IV:WAN

  Lab 9, “PPP and CHAP Configuration”–This lab explains the two interface status codes

and the impact of both correct and incorrect WAN data link configuration parameters. The lab

also shows how to configure PPP and CHAP on a serial link.

Duration: 00:13:35  File Size: 17 MB

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Lesson 9

ICND2 Part 5: Security, Downloadable Version, 2nd Edition

Part V: Security

  Lab 10, “Access Lists”–This lab explains the syntax of the access-list command for configuring

an extended IP ACL. The video focuses on how to match ranges of IP addresses using a

wildcard mask, as well as matching the well-known port number as a destination port.

  Lab 11, “Access Lists II”–This lab explains the nuances of matching well-known ports as

the source port in an access-list command by showing an alternative solution for the scenario

described in Lab 10. This video shows how to filter packets going from a server to a client by

matching the source port of a packet.

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CCNA Video Mentor

Second Edition

 

More than four hours of personal, visual instruction

 

CCNA 640-802

 

Wendell Odom, CCIE® No. 1624

 

CCNA Video Mentor is a unique video product that provides you with more than four hours of personal visual instruction from best-selling author and instructor Wendell Odom. In the 20 videos presented on the DVD, Wendell walks you through common Cisco® router and switch configuration topics. Designed to develop and enhance hands-on skills, each video guides you through essential configuration tasks for both the CCENT and CCNA® certification exams, including router and switch configuration, IP subnetting, RIP, OSPF, and EIGRP configuration, configuring VLANs, IPv6, PAT, PPP and CHAP, and access lists.

 

Lab Layout:

Each video lab presents suggested reading lists, detailed objectives, lab diagrams, and video captures. Audio instruction throughout offers tips and shortcuts that truly make learning easy.

 

Network Animation:

Animated network diagrams show you lab setup, device addressing, and how traffic flows through the network.

 

Command-Line Interface (CLI) Video:

Video screencasts of router and switch CLI demonstrate command entry, configuration techniques, and device response.

 

System Requirements:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, 2000, or Vista
  • Apple OS 9 or later
  • Linux operating systems that have a web browser with Flash 7 or later plug-in
  • Speakers or headphones
  • Color display with a minimum 1024x768 resolution
  • 1 GHz or faster CPU recommended
  • DVD drive

 

Category: Cisco Certification

Covers: CCNA Exam 640-802

 

“The real-time examples and explanations were right on target with the subjects at hand.”

  –Justin Loucks, Senior Network Engineer

“I was quite impressed with the teacher’s presentation and how well the dialog was thought out in advance.”

  –John Ainsworth, Network Administrator

“Wendell did a great job…I think you have hit a home run with this one!”

  –Bob Conner, Channel Account Manager

 

Wendell Odom, CCIE® No. 1624, splits time between writing books for Cisco Press and teaching authorized Cisco classes for Skyline ATS (www.skyline-ats.com). He has been involved with the networking industry for more than 25 years and was one of the first certified Cisco instructors. Additionally, Wendell has worked as a network engineer and as both a pre-sales and post-sales technical consultant. His current titles include the best-selling CCNA Official Exam Certification Library (CCNA Exam 640-802), Third Edition, as well as exam certification titles for the QoS and CCIE R/S written exams.

 

This product is part of the Cisco Press® Video Mentor Series. The video products in this series present expert training from industry-leading instructors and technologists. This dynamic learning environment combines animations, screencasts, and audio instruction to help users bridge the gap between conceptual knowledge and hands-on application.

 

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ICND1

Lab 1: Navigating a Router/Switch Command-Line Interface (Video Length: 12:50)

Lab 2: Router Configuration and Managing Configuration Files (Video Length: 12:15)

Lab 3: Switch Basics: Learning, Forwarding/Filtering, and Interface Settings(Video Length: 10:32)

Lab 4: Finding the Subnet Number (Video Length: 6:03)

Lab 5: Finding the Broadcast Address and Range of Addresses in a Subnet(Video Length: 8:44)

Lab 6: Finding All Subnets of a Network with Less Than 8 Subnet Bits (Video Length: 7:15)

Lab 7: IP Subnet Design and Implementation (Video Length: 15:13)

Lab 8: Static and Connected Routes (Video Length: 13:15)

Lab 9: RIP Configuration (Video Length: 13:54)

ICND2

Lab 1: Configuring VLANs (Video Length: 10:10)

Lab 2: VTP Servers and Clients (Video Length: 15:44)

Lab 3: RIP with Split Horizon, Route Poisoning, and Poison Reverse (Video Length: 12:22)

Lab 4: Single Area and Multi-area OSPF Configuration (Video Length: 18:02)

Lab 5: EIGRP Configuration and Operation (Video Length: 11:33)

Lab 6: Understanding EIGRP Metric Calculations (Video Length: 12:26)

Lab 7: NAT Overload (PAT) (Video Length: 13:27)

Lab 8: IPv6 Subnetting and Address Configuration (Video Length: 18:16)

Lab 9: PPP and CHAP Configuration (Video Length: 12:25)

Lab 10: Access Lists (Video Length: 9:32)

Lab 11: Access Lists II (Video Length: 10:43)

 

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CCNA Video Mentor: ICND2, VTP Servers and Clients

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ICND1 Labs

Lab 1 Navigating a Router/Switch Command-Line Interface

Scenario

Initial Configurations

Ending Configurations

Video Presentation Reference

    Step 1 Reference

    Step 2 Reference

Lab 2 Router Configuration and Managing Configuration Files

Scenario

Initial Configurations

Ending Configurations

Video Presentation Reference

    Step 1 Reference

    Step 2 Reference

Lab 3 Switch Basics: Learning, Forwarding/Filtering, and Interface Settings

Scenario

Initial Configurations

Ending Configurations

Video Presentation Reference

    Step 1 Reference

    Step 2 Reference

Lab 4 Finding the Subnet Number

Scenario

Video Presentation Reference

Lab 5 Finding the Broadcast Address and Range of Addresses in a Subnet

Scenario

Video Presentation Reference

Lab 6 Finding All Subnets of a Network with Less Than 8 Subnet Bits

Scenario

Video Presentation Reference

Lab 7 IP Subnet Design and Implementation

Scenario

Video Presentation Reference

    Step 1 Reference

    Step 2 Reference

    Step 3 Reference

Lab 8 Static and Connected Routes

Scenario

Initial Configurations

Ending Configurations

Video Presentation Reference

    Step 1 Reference

    Step 2 Reference

    Step 3 Reference

Lab 9 RIP Configuration

Scenario

Initial Configurations

Configuration After Lab Step 1

Ending Configurations

Video Presentation Reference

    Step 1 Reference

    Step 2 Reference

ICND2 Labs

Lab 1 Configuring VLANs

Scenario

Initial Configurations

Ending Configurations

Video Presentation Reference

    Step 1 Reference

    Step 2 Reference

Lab 2 VTP Servers and Clients

Scenario

Initial Configurations

Ending Configurations

Video Presentation Reference

    Step 1 Reference

    Step 2 Reference

    Step 3 Reference

Lab 3 RIP V1 with Split Horizon, Route Poisoning, and Poison Reverse

Scenario

Initial Configurations

Ending Configurations

Video Presentation Reference

    Step 1 Reference

    Step 2 Reference

    Step 3 Reference

Lab 4 Single Area and Multi-area OSPF Configuration

Scenario

Initial Configurations: Lab Step 1

Initial Configurations: Lab Step 2

Ending Configurations

Video Presentation Reference

    Step 1 Reference

    Step 2 Reference

    Step 3 Reference

Lab 5 EIGRP Configuration and Operation

Scenario

Initial Configurations

Ending Configurations

Video Presentation Reference

    Step 1 Reference

    Step 2 Reference

Lab 6 Understanding EIGRP Metric Calculations

Scenario

Initial Configurations

Ending Configurations

Video Presentation Reference

    Step 1 Reference

    Step 2 Reference

Lab 7 NAT Overload (PAT)

Scenario

Initial Configurations

Ending Configurations

Video Presentation Reference

    Step 1 Reference

    Step 2 Reference

Lab 8 IPv6 Subnetting and Address Configuration

Scenario

Initial Configurations

Ending Configurations

Video Presentation Reference

    Step 1 Reference

    Step 2 Reference

Lab 9 PPP and CHAP Configuration

Scenario

Initial Configurations

Ending Configurations

Video Presentation Reference

    Step 1 Reference

    Step 2 Reference

Lab 10 Access Lists

Scenario

Initial Configurations

Ending Configurations

Video Presentation Reference

    Step 1 Reference

Lab 11 Access Lists II

Scenario

Initial Configurations

Ending Configurations

Video Presentation Reference

 

 

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