What you'll learn
All topics required to be able to pass the Cisco CCNA 200-301 exam successfully
- Understand the theoretical and practical parts required for the CCNA 200-301
- Become familiar with configuring Cisco Routers and Switches
No prior prerequisites is required to follow this course
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
- IPv4 addressing
- First time access to the Cisco Router
- Router on a stick, Intervlan Routing, L3 EtherChannel
- IP Routing
- 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)
SDN, Automation & Programmability
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.
Hello everyone. My name is Maher Haddad with a very long experience in the IT sector. I hold a Bachelor in Computer Communications and a Master in Computer science.
I work as a trainer and I hold the following certificates: CCNA, CCNA Security, CCNA Voice, CCDA, CCNP R&S, CCDP, Microsoft MCP, Microsoft MCSA , MikroTik MTCNA & MTCRE, MTCWE, MTCUME, MTCTCE, Huawei HCNA, CWTS, LigoWave NFT engineer, LigoWave DLB Engineer, GVF Level1, GVF level2, GVF Level3 and much more.....
My experience in IT goes to year 2003 and I have been working all my life for international Internet Service Providers (ISP's) in different countries in the world.
You can visit my Facebook page as well as my YouTube channel where I set a lot of online labs.
I hope you will enjoy watching my courses.
Preview1- Physical Hardware vs VIRL vs GNS3 vs Cisco Packet Tracer (17:27)
Start2- OSI Model, Encapsulation vs De-Encapsulation, Protocol Data Unit (PDU) (19:08)
Start3- TCPIP CSMACD Collision Domain and Broadcast Domain (14:32)
Start4- Understanding ARP, Unicast, Broadcast and Multicast (10:47)
Start5- TCP vs UDP - Explained (14:01)
Start6- How to connect to the Cisco Switch to be able to configure it (3:17)
Start7- Connecting to the Cisco Switch via the console using TerraTerm (3:57)
Start8- User vs privilege mode, Hostname, console password, RAM vs NVRAM (16:35)
Start9- Use help to get assisted with the configuration (4:36)