The Complete Networking Fundamentals Course To Kick-Start Your CCNA Exam Preparation – Part 2
.MP4, AVC, 1920×1080, 15 fps | English, AAC, 2 Ch | 8h 25m | 3.39 GB
Instructor: David Bombal
Get up-and-running with the key concepts in the CCNA exam. Skill-up your networking concepts by taking this CCNA exam guide.
Understand the Spanning Tree, how it is used, why it is required, and how to optimize and test it.
Optimize the campus network using Etherchannel
Configure layer 3 switching and interVLAN routing
Take an overview of the Cisco Etherswitch Service Module and create the topology
Format Flash, set up VTP, Verify PC connectivity, and test the Spanning Tree
Welcome to the Complete Networking Fundamentals Course to Kick-Start Your CCNA Exam Preparation-Part 2! In this course, you will master the technologies that keep the world connected and running. This course takes you a level up in your CCNA exam preparation. You will see how to implement the Spanning Tree protocol and features such as BPDU Guard. You will explore switching and CDP simulations. By the end of this course, you will be able to pass next to the CCNA exam.
The aim of this course is to help students gain more knowledge about networking and embark on their networking career. This course covers the next set of key topics that you need to master while preparing for your CCNA exam. You will familiarize yourself with the Dynamic Trunk Protocol and other switching technologies. You will learn how to use the Spanning tree, how to optimize it, and how to use testing and protection features such as BPDU Guard. The course covers switching and CDP simulations. Finally, you will cover the GNS3 campus network troubleshooting. By the end of the course, you will have improved your networking knowledge, the base which is crucial to passing the CCNA exam.
Master the next steps in the CCNA exam and pass it ease
Explore the network optimize campus network using Etherchannel
Master the Cisco Etherswitch service module and create a topology
(Buy premium account for maximum speed and resuming ability)