Cisco Networking Foundations: Switching and Routing

Cisco Networking Foundations: Switching and Routing

English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1h 43m | 289 MB

The Cisco Networking Foundations series of courses provides the information network administrators and IT pros need to know to support and maintain Cisco networks. In this course, instructor Kevin Wallace focuses on switching and routing. Kevin goes over ethernet switching, including topics like ethernet frame format, VLAN theory and configuration, trunking theory and configuration, and more. He explains the Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) in depth, then goes over EtherChannel theory and configuration. Kevin covers IP routing with topics like packet flow, static and default routes, routing protocol selection and categories, and Routing Information Protocol (RIP) theory. Plus, he walks you through configuring RIPv2 and RIPng.

Table of Contents

1 Welcome
2 What you’ll learn
3 How to get hands-on practice

Ethernet Switching
4 MAC addresses
5 Ethernet switch frame forwarding
6 Ethernet frame format
7 VLAN theory
8 VLAN configuration
9 Trunking theory
10 Trunking configuration
11 Introducing Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
12 STP The backstory
13 STP Port States
14 STP example
15 STP convergence time
16 STP variants
17 STP configuration
18 EtherChannel theory
19 EtherChannel configuration

IP Routing
20 Packet flow in a routed network
21 Static and default routes
22 Configuring static and default routes
23 Routing protocol selection
24 Routing protocol categories
25 RIP theory
26 Split-horizon and poison reverse
27 Configuring RIPv2
28 Configuring RIPng

29 Next steps