Best Free CCNA 200-301 Courses

Find the best online Free CCNA 200-301 Courses for you. The courses are sorted based on popularity and user ratings. We do not allow paid placements in any of our rankings.

Introduction to networking for complete beginners

Learn elementary networking concepts in less than 60 minutes. Great before going for General Networking, MTA or CCNA

Created by Marious Kuriata - IT Exam Practice, Network Engineer and Instructor

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Students: 189444, Price: Free

You know nothing about networking? Not ready for MTA Servers / Networking, Comptia, VPN, General Networking courses?

The solution is simple: "Introduction to networking for complete beginners".

More than 80.000 students have joined this training! 5000+ reviews. Start today!

In this course you will learn elementary networking concepts in 60 minutes.

  • Why do we need networks?
  • Basic commands: ipconfig, ping, traceroute
  • Introduction to the world of Cisco
  • How to start troubleshooting a home network
  • Wireless issues
  • How to start a career in IT
  • Bonus videos

The course is a perfect starting point before going for other courses I prepared for you like General Networking, MTA in Networking or CCNA.

It is free for a limited time only!

Complete beginners guide to networking concepts. Join today

Contents and Overview

In 60 minutes of content including more than 15 lectures, this course covers the basics of networking concepts for complete beginners. Enjoy free bonus videos covering additional topics!

Students completing the course will have the knowledge to join courses like General Networking, MTA Servers Fundamentals, MTA Networking Fundamentals, VPNs or CCNA. A lot of real world examples help you apply your skills and make difficult topics much easier to understand.

Join today!

Cisco CCNA Network Fundamentals Final Chapters

This is a course to get started with Network Fundamentals. Come and learn, start from the very beginning

Created by Kiel Martin - CCIE #54443

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Students: 43354, Price: Free

This is the last 2 course of the series Networking Fundamentals. Here we immediately go into the basics of Network types and LAN devices. Next we cover communication over the LAN.

You will learn about the basics of what a LAN is, what devices we will be using, and the ability to see LAN Networking in a different manner. We learn about CSMA/CD, Half & full Duplex, Collison & Broadcast Domains,how Mac address tables are created, and so on . You will learn where a router and a switch fits in the Network. You will also learn about what pins are used to transmit and receive.

It is a lot of fun, let's get started.

Cisco CCNA Getting Started

Get Started studying CCNA now! We will cover the Exams, Exam Scores, Books, and tips on studying consistency.

Created by Kiel Martin - CCIE #54443

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Students: 40098, Price: Free

This is a course that covers the steps that are needed for those who want to get started studying for their Cisco CCNA Certification. So, no more delay, let us get STARTED!

We will be discussing the basics of getting started. This will also include the items that you need to get started. We will take the time to go shopping and build our self a lab. Although there will still be some needed research on your part, you will not have any issues getting started after this course.

We start off with talking about the exams that are needed to take, followed by what items you need, and then moving on with some tips about keeping active.

We end the course with a trip to ebay and then some questions at the end of the course. Come join Kiel Martin and let's have some fun.

CCNA VLOGs: Pass your CCNA 200-125, ICND1 or ICND2 exam!

Regular new content to help you pass your CCENT or CCNA exam.

Created by David Bombal - CCIE #11023, over 15 years of network training experience

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Students: 39342, Price: Free

Welcome to the CCNA VLOG! 

This course helps you prepare for the newest CCNA 200-125 exam, and the CCENT 100-105 exam (ICND1); and the ICND2 200-105 exam. 

This course is unlike other CCNA courses as it contains:

* Constantly updated and new material to help you prepare.

* Large amount of practical video content with detailed explanations of CCNA topics and GNS3 demonstrations

* GNS3 labs - multiple topologies using GNS3. Create your own local lab and follow along.

* Many demonstrations showing you practically how to configure and build GNS3 and Cisco networks

Networks are all around us and you are using one right now to access this course.

Imagine for a moment, how different your life would be without access to Facebook, Snapchat, Google, YouTube, Whatsapp or any of the other websites on the Internet? How would you live with no Internet?

The Internet is extremely important in modern life today and all websites and Internet communication relies on networking. This reliance is only predicted to continue with the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) in the next few years.

Without routers, switches, network cabling and protocols like BGP there would be no Internet!

This course will teach you how networks actually work and how you are able to connect to websites like Facebook, Google, and YouTube.

Companies throughout the world (from the smallest to the largest) rely on networks designed, installed and maintained by networking engineers. Join this in demand industry!

Start your journey today learning about networking.

Content in this course can be used towards your CCNA. Topics such as IP addressing, subnetting and many others can be applied directly to passing your CCNA certification.

Access our online simulations so you can practice on simulated Cisco routers and switches. You will get to type commands such as enable, configure terminal, router ospf and many others and learn how to configure devices.

I want to welcome you to this GNS3 Cisco CCNA course! I'm David Bombal, and I have been teaching networking courses for over 15 years. I qualified as a Cisco Certified Interwork Engineer (CCIE) in 2003 and hold with numerous other networking certifications. I'm also a Cisco and HPE certified instructor where I have trained thousands of networking engineers in many of the largest companies in the world including Fortune 100 companies.

I have designed this course for anyone wanting to learn more about networking and gain foundational knowledge, to help them embark on their networking career. The concepts taught in this course can be applied directly to multiple industry certifications including the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA).

In this course, you will learn about topics such as IP addressing, IP subnetting, Routing, Switches, VLANs, Spanning Tree, Network Address Translation, Wireless and a whole lot more.

You will also learn more about the latest networking trends including OpenFlow and Software Defined Networking.

The course covers the topics in the Cisco ICND1, ICND2 and CCNA exams.

At the end of this course, you will be able to confidently discuss networking topics; and be able to start configuring real networking devices such as routers and switches. In this an introductory course, but contains a lot of information that can be directly applied to the CCNA certification.

The ideal student for this course is someone looking to break into the networking field, someone looking to extend their knowledge from PCs and servers to networking, or someone interested in getting knowledge to work in one of the most exciting, most in-demand jobs in IT - networking.

There are no requirements necessary to enroll in this course, I only ask that you come open minded and ready to learn.

Feel free to take a look at the course description and some of the sample free videos.

I look forward to seeing you on the inside!

Cisco CCNA Spanning Tree Basics

This is a course that will start from the very beginning of spanning tree and you will walk away with how it begins.

Created by Kiel Martin - CCIE #54443

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Students: 30181, Price: Free

You heard the words Spanning Tree, now it is time to understand what it is all about. We start with the very beginning, discussing how L3 uses a mechanism to prevent loops. We quickly find out that L2 does not have this mechanism and why Spanning Tree is needed. Then we enter the world of Spanning Tree. Exploring how spanning tree forms it topology and the election processes.

From there we enter into a step by step process, understanding how Spanning Tree starts to build its own topology. We learn about the Root Bridge, Root Ports, Designated Ports, Blocking ports, and so on.

If you want to really understand Spanning Tree, this is where you begin. I assure you that after you watch this 2.5hr lecture and take the 5 quizes, you will have a solid Spanning Tree Basics foundation.

This was a class that I ran and recorded. I took that footage and edited just for Udemy students. Please let me know how you like this course, for there is more to come.

CCNA BGP configuration and troubleshooting: Cisco CCNA prep

Prepare for the BGP exam topic in the CCNA 200-125 or 200-105 exams. You need to learn BGP for your exam! Get prepared.

Created by David Bombal - CCIE #11023, over 15 years of network training experience

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Students: 23963, Price: Free

The Cisco CCNA exam now requires that you know BGP. This is the exam topic Cisco have listed for the exam: "Configure and verify single-homed branch connectivity using eBGP IPv4 (limited to peering and route advertisement using Network command only)"

In this course you will learn the basics of BGP as well as investigate multiple troubleshooting scenarios to help you prepare for the exam.

Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is an exterior gateway protocol designed to exchange routing and reachability information among autonomous systems (AS) on the Internet. The protocol is often classified as a path vector protocol but is sometimes also classed as a distance-vector routing protocol. The Border Gateway Protocol makes routing decisions based on paths, network policies, or rule-sets configured by a network administrator and is involved in making core routing decisions.

BGP may be used for routing within an autonomous system. In this application it is referred to as Interior Border Gateway Protocol, Internal BGP, or iBGP. In contrast, the Internet application of the protocol may be referred to as Exterior Border Gateway Protocol, External BGP, or eBGP.

BGP4 is standard for Internet routing, required of most Internet service providers (ISPs) to establish routing between one another. Very large private IP networks use BGP internally. An example is the joining of a number of large Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) networks, when OSPF by itself does not scale to the size required. Another reason to use BGP is multihoming a network for better redundancy, either to multiple access points of a single ISP or to multiple ISPs.

Cisco CCNA: The A, B, C’s of IPv6

Take this course to gain an understanding on Network and Security in Cisco CCNA - specifically focusing on IPv6.

Created by Lazaro Diaz - Network Engineer, Author teaching Cisco, CompTIA & Microsoft

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Students: 22631, Price: Free

This course is approximately 4 hours in length and will cover IPv6 protocol in detail. I will compare the differences between the IPv4 to IPv6, and the benefits that IPv6 brings to the future of networking.

DISCLAIMER:   Please note that the simulators/emulators used in this course are not part of the course. It is the students responsibility to have these to practice with. The Cisco Packet Tracer and/or VIRAL (Virtual Internet Routing Lab) are Cisco proprietary software and can only be obtained through Cisco. It is up to each student to obtain the simulator/emulator of their choice to study along with this course.

Students will get a thorough understanding of IPv6 and how we would implement it in a real world environment.

We will discuss the format of an IPv6 address, and breakdown the different components, like the Network Prefix, Interface ID, what each 16 bit section does and specifically the subnetting section of IPv6. We will learn about the new types of addresses that comes with IPv6, its configurations using RIPng, EIGRP for IPv6, OSPFv3 using both static assigned addresses and the EUI-64 format. We will also learn about the transition methods such as ISATAP, 6to4, and NAT-PT.

This is a lecture based course using the Touch-IT Technology Smart board, which will make learning very interactive and engaging. Hands on labs will be used to drill down the concepts learned in each lecture using Cisco’s Packet Tracer.

My method will make you feel like you are sitting in a classroom environment and give the most needed hands on experience!

Handouts will be available to facilitate learning and practice.

This course will help the student become familiar with the use of IPv6, recognizing IPv6 addresses and how to implement them in your environment…but it will also help in preparing for any networking certification or Computer Science Degree; not to mention the fact that for those already in the field, it will further improve routing decisions in their particular networks.

Cisco CCNA Lab Options

All the physical and virtual options for your Cisco CCNA Lab explained

Created by Neil Anderson - Building your Cloud and Data Center career

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Students: 20207, Price: Free

The Cisco Certified Network Associate certification is THE best qualification you can achieve to turbo charge your career in networking. Cisco are far and away the market leader in network infrastructure products, and passing the CCNA proves to employers that you have the necessary skills to design, build and maintain their enterprise networks.

Passing the exam requires you to understand the theory of a wide range of network technologies, and also have the practical skills to configure and troubleshoot them. This is where having a home lab comes in. It's absolutely essential that you have hands on practice on the network devices, not just for passing the exam but also so you develop real world skills you can use in the workplace.

The multitude of possible ways you can build a lab can be very confusing. There are physical labs, virtual labs, software simulators, and they all have their own benefits and drawbacks. Making the right choice is difficult when you don't know the implications of each option.

That's why I'm here to help. I use live demos to explain all the available options, break down the advantages and disadvantages of each, and tell you where you can find further information detailing how to put each one together.

Please note that I don't give step by step instructions about how to build each lab in this course. I do tell you where you can find this information, so there was no need to reinvent the wheel. Rather I explain what the different options are and help you make the decision on which one is best for you.

Thank you for taking the time to read about the course. I hope you now have enough motivation to get into the learning right away. If so, click the 'Enroll Now' button at the top of the page to get started!

CCNA Quiz Questions: Exam prep. Get ready for your exam!

Are you ready for the CCNA exam? You sure? Check your knowledge with our CCNA Exam Quizzes. Make sure you're ready!

Created by David Bombal - CCIE #11023, over 15 years of network training experience

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Students: 18924, Price: Free

CCNA Quiz Questions! Lots of quiz questions with answers. Make sure you are ready to pass your CCNA exam!

Labs! Labs! And more Labs! Get the hands on experience to pass your CCNA exam!

Prepare practically for the Cisco CCNA certification which is the most in-demand networking certification in the world today! Make sure you can pass the Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching 200-125 exam!

This course tests your knowledge of CCNA topics with quiz questions that helps make sure you are ready for the exam!

Ask yourself these questions:

- Are you ready and prepared for the labs in the CCNA exam?

- Are you able to troubleshoot Cisco networks?

- Are you confident with your ability to configure networks as required by Cisco to pass the CCNA?

Answer:

This course helps you prepare for the exam and gain the confidence to pass the exam!

There are many topologies and quiz questions in this course!

Networks are all around us and you are using one right now to access this course.

Imagine for a moment, how different your life would be without  access to Facebook, Snapchat, Google, YouTube, WhatsApp or any of the  other websites on the Internet? How would you live with no Internet?

The Internet is extremely important in modern life today and all  websites and Internet communication relies on networking. This reliance  is only predicted to continue with the growth of the Internet of Things  (IoT) in the next few years.

Without routers, switches, network cabling and protocols like BGP there would be no Internet!

This course will teach you how networks actually work and how you are  able to connect to websites like Facebook, Google, and YouTube.

Companies throughout the world (from the smallest to the largest)  rely on networks designed, installed and maintained by networking  engineers. Join this in demand industry!

Start your journey today learning about networking.

I want to welcome you to this Cisco CCNA Packet Tracer Ultimate labs course! I'm David  Bombal, and I have been teaching networking courses for over 15 years. I  qualified as a Cisco Certified Interwork Engineer (CCIE) in 2003 and  hold with numerous other networking certifications. I'm also a Cisco and  HPE certified instructor where I have trained thousands of networking  engineers in many of the largest companies in the world including  Fortune 100 companies.

The course covers the topics in the Cisco ICND1, ICND2 and CCNA exams.

The ideal student for this course is someone looking to break into  the networking field, someone looking to extend their knowledge from PCs  and servers to networking, or someone interested in getting knowledge  to work in one of the most exciting, most in-demand jobs in IT -  networking.

There are no requirements necessary to enrol in this course, I only ask that you come open minded and ready to learn.

Feel free to take a look at the course description and some of the sample free videos.

I look forward to seeing you on the inside!

CCNA OSPF troubleshooting: Cisco CCNA and ICND2 exam prep

Prepare for the OSPF exam topic in the CCNA 200-125 or ICND2 200-105 exams. You need to learn OSPF for your exam!

Created by David Bombal - CCIE #11023, over 15 years of network training experience

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Students: 18827, Price: Free

The Cisco CCNA exam requires that you know how to troubleshoot OSPF. This is the exam topic Cisco have listed for the exam: "Configure, verify, and troubleshoot single area and multi-area OSPFv2 for IPv4"

In this course you will review multiple OSPF troubleshooting scenarios and learn how to fix OSPF routing issues.

Static Routing: Cisco CCNA 200-301 exam preperation

Prepare for the Static Routing exam topic in the CCNA 200-301 exam. Make sure you are ready to pass your CCNA exam!

Created by David Bombal - CCIE #11023, over 15 years of network training experience

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Students: 18198, Price: Free

The Cisco CCNA exam requires that you learn about both IPv4 and IPv6 static routing. 

Static routes are listed multiple times in the exam outline (blueprint)

3 Configure and verify IPv4 and IPv6 static routing

- 3.3.a Default route

- 3.3.b Network route

- 3.3.c Host route

- 3.3.d Floating static

Make sure you are prepared for either your CCNA 200-301 exam! 

Free CCNA 200-301 Course: Network Fundamentals

Learn about bridges, hubs, switches, routers, firewalls, servers, clients and many other network fundamentals.

Created by David Bombal - CCIE #11023, over 15 years of network training experience

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Students: 18099, Price: Free

This is a Free CCNA 200-301 Course that covers Network Fundamentals. This covers covers the knowledge that you need for the CCNA exam but also for the CompTIA Network+ exam. Learn the fundamentals and basics of networking.

You will learn about multiple devices including

- Repeaters

- Hubs

- Bridges

- Switches

- Routers

- Clients

- Servers

You will also learn about port numbers and other topics that are important to know if you want to pass the CCNA exam.

CCNA Campus & Ethernet troubleshooting: Cisco CCNA Exam Prep

Prepare for the Campus Ethernet exam topics in the CCNA 200-301 exam. You need to learn Ethernet for the exam

Created by David Bombal - CCIE #11023, over 15 years of network training experience

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Students: 18048, Price: Free

The Cisco CCNA exam requires that you know how to troubleshoot Ethernet networks. You need to understand ARP, MAC address learning, Ethernet frames and more. You need to be able to troubleshoot Ethernet networks.

In this course you will review multiple Ethernet troubleshooting scenarios and learn how to fix Campus Network issues. You will also learn about the ARP protocol, layer 3 switching, SVIs, routed ports and more.

It's time to get ready for your CCNA exam!

Here is a brief overview of Ethernet from Wikipedia:

Ethernet is a family of computer networking technologies commonly used in local area networks (LAN), metropolitan area networks (MAN) and wide area networks (WAN). It was commercially introduced in 1980 and first standardized in 1983 as IEEE 802.3, and has since been refined to support higher bit rates and longer link distances. Over time, Ethernet has largely replaced competing wired LAN technologies such as token ring, FDDI and ARCNET.

The original 10BASE5 Ethernet uses coaxial cable as a shared medium, while the newer Ethernet variants use twisted pair and fiber optic links in conjunction with hubs or switches. Over the course of its history, Ethernet data transfer rates have been increased from the original 2.94 megabits per second (Mbit/s) to the latest 100 gigabits per second (Gbit/s). The Ethernet standards comprise several wiring and signaling variants of the OSI physical layer in use with Ethernet.

Systems communicating over Ethernet divide a stream of data into shorter pieces called frames. Each frame contains source and destination addresses, and error-checking data so that damaged frames can be detected and discarded; most often, higher-layer protocols trigger retransmission of lost frames. As per the OSI model, Ethernet provides services up to and including the data link layer.

Since its commercial release, Ethernet has retained a good degree of backward compatibility. Features such as the 48-bit MAC address and Ethernet frame format have influenced other networking protocols. The primary alternative for some uses of contemporary LANs is Wi-Fi, a wireless protocol standardized as IEEE 802.11.

Convert HEX to Decimal in under 30 seconds!

This course is geared for Cisco's, CCNA (200-120) certification exam as well as other courses needed for conversions.

Created by Lazaro Diaz - Network Engineer, Author teaching Cisco, CompTIA & Microsoft

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Students: 17659, Price: Free

This course is over 60 minutes long and will give you the knowledge and understanding of how to convert hex to decimal, decimal to hex anbinary to hex or decimal.                                                                                                                        

You will become familiar with the format of hexadecimal numbers, their use and their bit values. This course is mostly lecture based using a whiteboard. This method will make you feel like you are sitting in a classroom environment.

Handouts will be available for students to facilitate
learning and practice.

This course will help you in becoming comfortable with, not only conversions, but it will also help you in preparing for the CCNA certification and Computer Science Degrees; not to mention the fact that for those that are already working in the field, it will help you in calculating the conversions without a calculator. This method should expedite the way you convert in order to make you faster, better and stronger.

(Please always check the ANNOUNCEMENTS section for new updates and events, since I am always letting you guys know of my newest and latest endeavors!)

CCNA EIGRP troubleshooting

You still want to know the basics of EIGRP for the CCNA 200-301 exam.

Created by David Bombal - CCIE #11023, over 15 years of network training experience

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Students: 15380, Price: Free

EIGRP is no longer part of the Cisco CCNA blueprint. However, you do need to understand some of the basics for the CCNA exam and for the real world. How would you know for example if an EIGRP or OSPF route would be selected?

In this course you will review multiple EIGRP troubleshooting scenarios and learn how to fix EIGRP routing issues.

You will need to troubleshoot EIGRP neighbor relationships, administrative distances and physical issues.

It is important that you know how to troubleshoot EIGRP issues in preparation for your CCNA 200-301 exam.

How to Pass the CCNA 200-301 exam in 60 Days

Learn how to prepare for the Cisco CCNA 200-301 exam with this step by step guide

Created by Matt Carey - Cisco CCNA Instructor - IPversity

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Students: 12909, Price: Free

This course shows students everything you'll need to know to prepare for the CCNA exam. Learn from my CCNA test taking experiences that have helped me obtain multiple CCNA certifications.  

Course Content

  • Exam Overview

  • Certification Guides

  • Lab Equipment

  • Practice Exams

  • Scheduling the Exam

  • Taking the Exam

  • Training Resources

By the end of this course you will have the tips and tools needed to pass the CCNA exam. 

Free CCNA 200-301 Course: TCP/IP and OSI models explained

What is the OSI Model? What is the TCP/IP Model? Why do we care? Learn the foundations to pass the CCNA 200-301 exam

Created by David Bombal - CCIE #11023, over 15 years of network training experience

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Students: 5831, Price: Free

This is a Free CCNA 200-301 Course that covers the OSI and TCP/IP models. This course covers knowledge that you need for the CCNA exam, but also for the CompTIA Network+ exam. Learn the fundamentals and basics of networking.

Why do you need to learn the TCP/IP and OSI models? Are they important to know? Yes - you need to know these models for both the CCNA exam, but also for the real world.

People in the real world argue about this, but models like the OSI and TCP/IP help with both understanding and network troubleshooting. Make sure you learn especially the TCP/IP model for the CCNA exam.

The Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) is highly recommended as your first certification if you want to become a network engineer. To become a CCNA, you need to pass the CCNA 200-301 exam.

Start with your CCNA exam and then look at furthering your career by becoming a CCNP (Cisco Certified Network Professional) or DevNet Associate.

If you continue with your studies, you could one day become a Cisco Certified Network Expert (CCIE) - one of most highly regarded certifications in the networking industry.

This course is part of my full CCNA course on Udemy. I've made this part of the course free (and others) so you can start learning today and change your life. Don't wait. Start studying today.

CCNA 200-301 Total IP and Subnetting Lab

Introductory study course for the 200-301 CCNA certification

Created by Jeff Diamond - IT Instructor, fine artist, and U.S. veteran

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Students: 4460, Price: Free

The Course

If you are just starting your CCNA journey or you are simply curious about jobs in IT, especially network engineering, then this a good course to begin with. Total beginners, veterans, and others of all ages are welcome.

The CCNA 200-301 Total IP and Subnetting Lab is an in depth look at IP addresses (IPv4 and IPv6) as they relates to network connectivity, and the fastest & easiest subnetting formula for both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses. This course is a perfect starting place for CCNA candidates and anyone else who is curious about a job in IT as a network engineer or datacenter technician.

Not an exam dump. Just a solid foundation to build upon.

This course contains:

  • Basic network overview

  • Basics of MAC and DHCP, and more

  • Subnetting: why do we do it?

  • Ipv6 abbreviation and how to do it

  • RFC and IANA standards

  • IPv4 addresses, RFC1918 and IANA approved ranges, default masks, and how binary plays a role

  • IPv4 and IPv6 Subnetting Lab with examples, including how to create new subnet masks, and how to properly count host addresses.

These classes began as a simple whiteboard course, but I have since made new full-color graphics and I also added and re-recorded all the videos to more clearly explain the content. I am still making improvements, so I will update videos. I hope that you find it useful. Thank you!

Free CCNA 200-301: Retro Networking with 10Base5 & 10Base2

See a working Retro Network using 10Base5 and 10Base2. This will help you prepare for your CCNA exam!

Created by David Bombal - CCIE #11023, over 15 years of network training experience

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Students: 2517, Price: Free

The 1970s is alive in 2020!

You may have read about it in books. Or seen PowerPoint slides about.

But, have you seen a fully working 10Base5 and 10Base2 retro network? This stuff is from the 1970s, but I created one in 2020!

See practical demonstrations of:

- Bus Network

- Vampire taps

- Transceivers

- 10Base5 cabling

- 10Base2 cabling

- Windows 3.11 connecting to the Internet

- Ethereal (predecessor to Wireshark)

- Windows 98 10Base5 computers

- VNC and PCAnywhere controlling old machines from a Mac

This is a true working example of what networks looked like in the very beginning.

CCNA 200-301 Practice Exam Battery – 50 questions

50 practice questions for the 200-301 CCNA exam with explanations

Created by Jeff Diamond - IT Instructor, fine artist, and U.S. veteran

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Students: 1526, Price: Free

In this narrated course, we go over 50 practice questions accompanied by explanations of each topic, all designed to help you pass your 200-301 CCNA exam. This course includes how to recognize trick questions and contextual/abstract concepts, as we look at and answer questions about IP protocols, subnetting, network topology, VLANs, the OSI model, IPv4 and IPv6, and more.

P.S. I will be updating this course to make it more useful for you. It just takes me a long time because I create and edit all the content on my own.

Thank you for taking my course!      

200-301 CCNA Let’s Learn VLANs

Hands on VLAN lab for the 200-301 CCNA certification

Created by Jeff Diamond - IT Instructor, fine artist, and U.S. veteran

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Students: 1392, Price: Free

In this hands-on course we will configure a small network with multiple departments, each needing their own VLAN. We will then configure individual vlans for each department, along with creating a new native vlan for network maintenance. Then we will configure inter-VLAN routing, as we learn about the two basic VLAN architectures, and exactly what a Native vlan, and the Default vlan, actually is. Extra credit: We configure a DHCP server to further test the accuracy of our VLAN configurations.

CCNA 200-301 Let’s learn DHCP

A hands on lab for learning 200-301 CCNA exam topics relating to DHCP

Created by Jeff Diamond - IT Instructor, fine artist, and U.S. veteran

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Students: 1349, Price: Free

In this hands-on lab we will build a virtual WAN and configure a DHCP server to supply addresses and explore DHCP's many features and requirements for operation. Then we will simulate a Man-in-the-Middle cyber-attack against one of our networks using a rogue DHCP server; followed by a lesson on counter-measures to stop those kinds of attacks. To ensure the deepest learning possible we will configure everything on the command-line (one command at a time), and then learn a variety of show commands useful for verifying our configurations and for troubleshooting. Like all of my courses in the "Let's Learn" series, we will use Packet-Tracer as our simulated network environment (available free from Cisco).

In this module we are going to learn the basics of DHCP (Dynamic Host Control Protocol). To do this we will use a network device as the actual server, and the reason is so that you learn how to build the server from scratch. In other word, configure it yourself on the command line as opposed to using a server device hat buses a UI. Why do this? Because a UI is easy, and because the CCNA exam track calls for command line ability. After all, a UI can fail. 

Of course, this takes more time and effort but it is well worth it. There are some special rules to follow. But I promise that after you complete this course you will be able to build DHCP servers easily and with total confidence.

In this course we will cover:

  1. How to configure a Dynamic Host Control Protocol server on a network device, such as a router or switch.

  2. How to relay that data over non-contiguous networks using the Relay command.

  3. How to harden a network device (specifically a switch) against bad actors.

As usual, this course includes free PDF handouts to help with your learning.

Free CCNA 200-301 Course: Binary, Hex and Decimal Conversion

Learn how to convert Binary, Hexadecimal and Decimal in preparation for the Cisco CCNA 200-301 exam.

Created by David Bombal - CCIE #11023, over 15 years of network training experience

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Students: 1328, Price: Free

This is a Free CCNA 200-301 Course that covers the fundamentals of how to convert numbers: Binary, Hexadecimal and Decimal. This course covers knowledge that you need for the CCNA exam, but also for the CompTIA Network+ exam. Learn the fundamentals and basics of networking.

Do you need to know this? Yes. MAC addresses are written in Hexadecimal. Access lists use binary for matching specific hosts or networks. Routing uses mask (Decimal conversations of Binary numbers) to determine if a host is local, or remote, or for comparing various static routes in a routing table.

The Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) is highly recommended as your first certification if you want to become a network engineer. To become a CCNA, you need to pass the CCNA 200-301 exam.

Start with your CCNA exam and then look at furthering your career by becoming a CCNP (Cisco Certified Network Professional) or DevNet Associate.

If you continue with your studies, you could one day become a Cisco Certified Network Expert (CCIE) - one of most highly regarded certifications in the networking industry.

This course is part of my full CCNA course on Udemy. I've made this part of the course free (and others) so you can start learning today and change your life. Don't wait. Start studying today.

Cisco CCNA 200-301 Certification: Switching Protocols

CCNA 200-301 Study Prep - switching practice labs, tutorials, quizzes, and study prep articles!

Created by Shaun Hummel - Cisco Certification Instructor

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Students: 1117, Price: Free

CCNA 200-301 is the new industry standard networking certification for network administrators, network support analysts, engineers, and data center operations. The best strategy and key to passing CCNA exam is the right information instead of more information.

CCNA fail rate was previously around 70% with all mainstream CCNA training. Transcend the marketing hype and avoid the high fail rate!

Cisco CCNA 200-301 Full Certification Study Prep Course (Paid)

Learn with a certification prep course instead of a CCNA networking course for best results. This study prep course is designed to get you 100% ready for the new CCNA 200-301 exam.

  • Course is based on the official CCNA syllabus and includes configuration mega labs.

  • Learn how to funnel your training into a full review and score your best on exam day.

The full course also includes a link to the highest-rated practice tests designed to test your skills. Focus your study time, prepare, and pass CCNA on first attempt.

Learn fundamentals with each lecture designed specifically for CCNA 200-301 certification. There are study notes, section quizzes and flashcards to expand your learning. Each lecture includes downloadable practice labs with instructions to learn hands-on CLI configuration skills. 

Dispel the marketing hype and confusion that often surrounds CCNA certification and the official Cisco syllabus. OSPFv2 is the only routing protocol, however you should know administrative distance for routing protocols. For example, there is no EIGRP configuration on the new exam, however you should know administrative distance of routing protocols for route selection. Cisco puts unscored questions on the exam for research purposes only.

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CiscoNet Solutions is a certification training provider that has helped thousands of students study for CCNA exam. Industry expert with 25+ years of enterprise IT experience and multiple Cisco spotlight awards. The step-by-step approach includes online courses, lab training, practice tests, and study tools. It is all designed to prepare you for passing CCNA certification. Browse all course training available and get certified today!

CCNA 200-301 Let’s learn OSPF

A hands on lab for learning 200-301 CCNA exam topics relating to OSPF

Created by Jeff Diamond - IT Instructor, fine artist, and U.S. veteran

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Students: 975, Price: Free

In this hands-on lab we will build a virtual small business network and configure our routers to use the routing protocol OSPF. We will explore its many features and requirements for operation. We will configure everything on the command-line (one command at a time), and then learn a variety of show commands useful for verifying our configurations and for troubleshooting. Like all of my courses in the "Let's Learn" series, we will use Packet-Tracer as our simulated network environment (available free from Cisco).

Note: this is a beginner's introduction to OSPF meant to help you with the basics so you can understand the manuals better.

CCNA 200-301 Let’s learn EIGRP

A basic introduction to configuring EIGRP

Created by Jeff Diamond - IT Instructor, fine artist, and U.S. veteran

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Students: 909, Price: Free

In this hands-on lab we will learn how to configure and verify the EIGRP network protocol. We will begin by setting up our lab with 5 routers and 6 networks. Then we will learn to configure EIGRP, and then verify it is running properly after learning some new show commands. We will follow up by simulating a down network and learning how to troubleshoot a problem with some routing protocols. Afterward, we will re-test network functionality, and finish by reviewing all that we learned. This lab uses Packet-Tracer which is free to download from Cisco. But you can use GNS3 or any other network simulator that you like.

Cisco CCNA 200-301 Part I

Networking Basics

Created by Patris Koushesh - Network and Security Specialist Over 15 Years

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Students: 702, Price: Free

Cisco is one of the largest and most famous companies in the world which produce different types of networking devices and solutions. CCNA is the most basic certification and one of the most wanted ones. The reason CCNA is so much important is it includes lots of fundamental information which can help learners to build a solid foundation for their future even if they work with other brands products. This is the first part of the Cisco CCNA 200-301 which will be publishing overtime.

In this part, the basic foundation you need to build for a successful journey have been covered. This part starts with emphasizing why Cisco is so important and why we need to learn its concepts. Next we go through network models and how data flows inside networks. TCP/IP and OSI are the two most important protocols in computer networking world. So, the next step is an introductory to these two and a bit comparison.

TCP and UDP are two of the most important and heavy duty protocols in TCP/IP stack as they are responsible for transferring data. TCP/IP is a protocol suite and each member does it’s job so we can communicate in different ways. Application layer is the busiest layer in the protocol stack in terms of number of protocols. We have had a look at these protocols and their responsibilities in the next video. IPv4 and IPv6 are the protocols that provide logical addressing for us in the networks. The final videos in this part cover different aspects of these two important protocols

200-301 CCNA Configure Non-Contiguous Sub-networks

Learn contiguous and non-contiguous sub-networks, and the auto-summary command

Created by Jeff Diamond - IT Instructor, fine artist, and U.S. veteran

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Students: 689, Price: Free

In this hands-on course we will build a multi-network LAN in Packet-Tracer, with two non-contiguous sub-networks so we can learn one of the main challenges when using that kind of topology. Then we will configure EIGRP so we can route across each of our networks, followed by a simulation of an issue connected to auto-summarization. We will learn the differences between contiguous and non-contiguous sub-networks, and troubleshoot the issue from our simulation using the no auto-summary command; finishing by verifying and testing our solution.

200 – 301 CCNA Let’s learn IPv6 basics

Anatomy, Abbreviation, and Sub-netting IPv6

Created by Jeff Diamond - IT Instructor, fine artist, and U.S. veteran

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Students: 454, Price: Free

Mention IPv6 to even senior engineers and you may be surprised at the look of fear that suddenly emerges on their faces! From small companies, to giant international corporations, it is quite common that experienced network engineers still avoid using IPv6 for lack of basic knowledge and the false perception of how much more complex it is. Maybe that's why IPv4 remains so much in use and why many large data centers are still not  optimized for IPv6.

Well, in this mini-module we are going to learn the basics of IPv6 anatomy, abbreviation, and sub-netting; and you may be surprised to discover that in some ways it is easier to use than IPv4. Yes, really!

Of course, IPv6 addresses are larger than IPv4 addresses, and there are some special rules to follow. But I promise that after you complete this mini-module you will be able to continue learning the more complex features in IPv6 with confidence.

In this course we will cover:

  1. How to abbreviate an IPv6 address from its long form, down to a more compact form, so that we can save time and memory space.

  2. The anatomy of an IPv6 address. This will help us understand the structure and how IPv6 works.

  3. How to sub-net an IPv6 address.

As usual, this course includes free PDF handouts to help with your studying.

Cisco CCNA 200-301 Part II

Basic Cisco Materials

Created by Patris Koushesh - Network and Security Specialist Over 15 Years

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Students: 386, Price: Free

In this course we continue our journey to CCNA course by doing basic introductory to Cisco operating systems for devices as well as basic commands.

The course starts with IOS basics which includes the different Cisco NOS or Network Operating System, which platforms they normally are installed on and some introductory topics about IOS which is the NOS we learn for CCNA course.

Next we go with available CLI assistance options and how they can help us to interact easier and more efficient when we deal with IOS.

Troubleshooting is the major role of every network engineer. Cisco IOS has two effective command which can help us to do troubleshooting. In the next step we became familiar with these two commands and how we can benefit from them.

Each network can contain different types of components which is normally relies on the requirements and the available budget. I introduced some of the common ones in the next video.

There are different types of memory modules in a Cisco device. Each of them has it's own characteristics and stores specific information. I showed you how are these memory types organized and cooperate with each other. Also, how they are engaged when a Cisco device starts up.

After all, we started to get our hands a bit dirty with some basic configuration commands.