Cisco CCNA 200-301 Full Course with Practical LABS

Master the Cisco CCNA 200-301 topics and have hands-on LABS to be ready for the CCNA exam.
Instructor:
Maher Haddad
816 students enrolled
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All topics required to be able to pass the Cisco CCNA 200-301 exam successfully
Become familiar with configuring Cisco Routers and Switches
Understand the theoretical and practical parts required for the CCNA 200-301

Cisco CCNA is one of the most popular in the IT field. If you have already took courses with me before, you know that I taught courses from different vendors such as MikroTik, Ubiquiti, Huawei and LigoWave. But something that not much of you know about me that I have started my career working with Cisco equipment and only Cisco, and most of my experience that I have gained was from Cisco products. Starting from CCNA level up to CCNP and many Cisco specialist certificates, that’s all what I have since 17 years the time that I have started studying and working on Cisco products. I have also taught thousands of students and helped them to be CCNA certified as well.

With all of this, I have decided to build up Cisco courses to help you also passing the CCNA 200-301 exam which is the latest updated exam for CCNA.

This course will cover the complete CCNA 200-301.

In this course I have covered everything taught in Cisco Press book Volume 1 & Volume 2 which cover the complete CCNA Routing & Switching.

In this course, I will cover the following topics:

  • Introduction to Networking

  • First time access to the Cisco Switch

  • Local Area Network (LAN)

  • Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN)

  • Spanning-Tree Protocol

  • EtherChannel

  • IPv4 addressing

  • First time access to the Cisco Router

  • Router on a stick, Intervlan Routing, L3 EtherChannel

  • IP Routing

  • IPv6

  • OSPF

  • Wireless

  • Access Control List

  • DHCP using IPv4 and IPv6

  • First Hop Redundancy Protocols (FHRPs)

  • LAN Security

  • Network Address Translation (NAT)

  • VPN and IPSEC Concepts

  • Network Management

  • Quality of Server (QOS)

Finally, if you have to be prepared for the Cisco CCNA 200-301 Routing & Switching exam, I advise you to enroll in my course and I am sure I will be able to help you to achieve the CCNA and become a Cisco Certified Engineer.

Introduction to Networking

1
Physical Hardware vs VIRL vs GNS3 vs Cisco Packet Tracer
2
OSI Model, Encapsulation vs De-Encapsulation, Protocol Data Unit (PDU)
3
TCP/IP, CSMA/CD, Collision Domain & Broadcast Domain
4
Understanding ARP, Unicast, Broadcast and Multicast
5
TCP vs UDP - Explained

First time access to the Cisco Switch

1
How to connect to the Cisco Switch to be able to configure it
2
Connecting to the Cisco Switch via the console using TerraTerm
3
User vs privilege mode, Hostname, console password, RAM vs NVRAM
4
Use ? help to get assisted with the configuration

Local Area Network (LAN)

1
Introduction to LAN (Ethernet, Straight-through, Crossover, Fiber)
2
How the switch learn the Addresses
3
Troubleshooting Interfaces on the Switch

Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN)

1
Introduction to VLAN
2
Why we need VLAN's in our network and how VLANs work - Part 1
3
Why we need VLAN's in our network and how VLANs work - Part 2
4
Creating VLANs and making the ports as access port on the Cisco Switch
5
Configuring Trunk ports on the Cisco Switch
6
Understand how Vlan Trunking Protocol (VTP) works - Server, client, Transparent
7
Understand and configure Native VLAN on Cisco Switch
8
Configuring Voice VLAN on the Cisco Switch

Spanning-Tree Protocol

1
Introduction to Spanning-Tree Protocol
2
Explaining Problems on Redundant switching without using STP
3
Explanation of how Spanning-Tree works
4
Interface States in STP
5
Difference between STP and RSTP
6
Configuring Rapid-PVST and PortFast
7
Spanning Tree BPDU Guard

EtherChannel (Link Aggregation)

1
Introduction to EtherChannel
2
EtherChannel Explained
3
Configuring EtherChannel using the Manual mode
4
Configuring EtherChannel using the PAGP mode
5
Configuring EtherChannel using the LACP mode and Load Balancing

IPv4 Addressing

1
Introduction to IPv4
2
Understand IP addressing (Public vs Private) and Subnet mask
3
Decimal to Binary conversion and vice versa
4
Subnetting calculation
5
How to calculate a summary address

First time access to the Cisco Router

1
Introduction to Cisco Router
2
What is the Cisco Router and some Basic Configuration
3
DHCP Client, Ping, Traceroute and interfaces
4
Secure the Console port on the Cisco IOS Router
5
Enable and secure Telnet on the Cisco IOS Router
6
Configuring SSH on Cisco IOS Router

Router on a Stick, Inter-VLAN Routing & L3 EtherChannel

1
Introduction to this section
2
Configuring Router on a Stick on Cisco Router
3
Configuring InterVLAN Routing on Cisco L3 Switch
4
Configuring L3 EtherChannel

IP Routing

1
Introduction to IP Routing
2
Why we need Routing in our network and what is the function of the Router
3
Static Route vs Default Route
4
Floating Static Route

Internet Protocol v6 (IPv6)

1
Introduction to IPv6
2
IPv4 Exhaustion and addresses used
3
IPv6 Successor to IPv4
4
IPv6 Characteristics
5
IPv6 internet registries (IANA, RIR, LIR)
6
IPv6 address Notation
7
How to find the prefix of the IPv6 address
8
IPv6 address types
9
IPv6 Link-local address
10
IPv6 Unique local address
11
IPv6 Multicast address
12
IPv6 Global Unicast address
13
IPv6 Static Routing
14
IPv6 Statless Autoconfiguration

Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)

1
Introduction to OSPF
2
EGP vs IGP and how Link State works
3
OSPF areas and routers tasks
4
Configuring OSPF in the backbone area
5
OSPF Hello Packets explained
6
Manipulating the Hello Packets in OSPF
7
DR & BDR Election explained
8
DR & BDR Election LAB
9
Understanding and configuring passive interface in OSPF
10
OSPF Default Route

Wireless

1
Introduction to WLAN Fundamentals
2
RF Frequency and Wavelength
3
RF Fundamentals
4
802.11 Service Sets
5
802.11 Beacon- Probing- Authentication- Association & Data
6
Free Space Path Loss (FSPL)
7
Signal Attenuation
8
2.4 GHz spectrum and non-overlapping channels
9
2.4 GHz co-interference and adjacent interference channels
10
5 GHz and Channels Bonding
11
IEEE 802.11 WLAN Standards
12
Noise Floor and Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR)
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