This course originally was our CCNA course, but it has now been rebranded as our Cisco Networking for Beginners 102 Training course, a continuation from our first Cisco Networking for Beginners 101 course where we taught you the very basics of what is networking and how to configure a Cisco Router starting out. In this revamped series, it is based on the blueprint for one of the CCNA exam tracks (640-802 CCNA, 640-822 ICND1, and 640-816 ICND2) where we discuss network concepts, protocols, and more Cisco configuration.
This video series will provide presentations based on our classroom training and practical videos for learning the topics covered in this certification track. We will teach you the concepts, configuration, monitoring, and troubleshooting related to Cisco networks. Many of the topics are presented in a step-by-step process, and include an example. You will also learn about design, best practices, and topics relevant for real-world networks shown in our practical video labs, showing you how to configure and monitor Cisco routers and switches.
Format: Video [ ~22 hours ]
Includes: Video, Network Diagram, Presentation, and Other Supporting Files
The videos in this series has been renamed from our CCNA Training to Cisco Networking for Beginners 102 Training course where the networking concepts discussed haven’t changed today. This course isn’t applicable for the current CCNA exam certification track.