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دانلود دوره جامع 2020 (CCNA (200-301

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در این دوره آموزشی به طور کامل با آزمون بین المللی Cisco CCNA 200-301 آشنا شده و مباحث 2020 آن را در پروژه های واقعی تجربه و تمرین خواهید کرد.

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سرفصل های این دوره :

1. Introduction to CCNA (200-301) with Jeremy
1. Introduction Connect Networks with Copper and Fiber Optic Cable
2. Copper Cable
3. Two Styles of Fiber
4. Fiber Port Types
5. Part 1 Connecting the CCNA Lab
1. Introduction to Connect and Navigate Cisco Internetwork Operating System (IOS)
2. Methods of Managing Cisco Devices
3. Configuring a Console Connection in Windows
4. Configuring a Console Connection in MacOS
5. Answering the Epic Post-Boot Question
6. Using Cisco IOS Navigation Commands
7. Modes that Made Cisco Famous
8. Interface Connections and Numbering
9. Preparing for the Initial Configuration
10. Review of Connect and Navigate Cisco Internetwork Operating System (IOS)
1. Introduction to Create a Base Configuration for Cisco Devices
2. Configuring Device Identification (Hostname and Banner)
3. Configuring Foundation Security and Passwords (Console, VTY, Enable Sec)
4. Configuring IP Addresses and Enabling Interfaces
5. Initial Tuning and Configuration Management
6. Telnet and SSH Implementation
7. Ensuring Proper Base Configurations
8. Review of Create a Base Configuration for Cisco Devices
1. Introduction to Your Virtual Hands-on Labs
2. Basic IOS Navigation Lab
3. Hostnames and MOTD Banners Lab
4. Configuring and Verifying Interfaces and IP Addresses Lab
5. Configure DNS and Router Interfaces
6. Cisco Router and Switch CLI Review Lab
7. Review of Hands-On Lab
1. Introducing Wireshark Fundamentals
2. Performing an Initial Capture
3. The OSI Model in Wireshark
4. Learning from Idle Network Data
5. Practical Wireshark ARP
6. Practical Wireshark Rogue DHCP
7. Practical Wireshark DNS
8. Practical Wireshark Telnet
9. Reviewing Wireshark Fundamentals
1. Introduction to Describe and Analyze TCP and UDP Communication
2. How TCP Starts a Session
3. How TCP Sends Data (TCP Windowing)
4. How TCP Ends a Session
5. How UDP Communicates
6. Review of Describe and Analyze TCP and UDP Communication
1. Introduction to Configure Windows, MAC, or Linux for Network Access
2. Configuring and Testing Windows Network Access
3. Configuring and Testing MacOS Network Access
4. Configuring and Testing Ubuntu Linux Network Access
5. Review of Configure Windows, MAC, or Linux for Network Access
1. Introduction to Describe Network Switch Functions and How to Locate Network Devices
2. Connecting Devices to a Switch
3. Switches Learning MAC Addresses
4. Viewing and Filtering MAC Address Tables
5. Locating Devices on a Network Switch
6. Locating Devices Lab
7. Review of Describe Network Switch Functions and How to Locate Network Devices
1. Introduction to Diagnose Interface Status, Errors, and Cabling Issues on a Cisco Switch
2. Common Copper and Fiber Physical Issues
3. The Quick Way to See Interface Status
4. Examining Speed and Duplex Mismatches
5. Deep-Dive Into Interface Counters
6. Review of Diagnose Interface Status, Errors, and Cabling Issues on a Cisco Switch
1. Introduction to Describe Power over Ethernet (PoE) Capabilities and Standards
2. How Power over Ethernet (PoE) Works
3. Exploring PoE Standards
4. PoE in Action on a Cisco Switch
5. Review of Describe Power over Ethernet (PoE) Capabilities and Standards
1. Introduction to CCNA (200-301) with Keith
1. Introduction to Explain IP Addressing and Subnetting Concepts
2. The Classes of Addresses from A to E
3. The Fundamentals of IP, Mask, and Gateway
4. Public and Private Address Ranges
5. Network Designs that Require Subnetting
6. Review of Explain IP Addressing and Subnetting Concepts
1. Introduction to Converting from Decimal to Binary and Back
2. Process of Binary Conversion
3. Practicing Decimal to Binary
4. Practicing Binary to Decimal
1. Introduction to Perform Subnetting Based on Network Requirements
2. Subnetting Class C Networks Based on Network Requirements
3. Subnetting Class B Networks Based on Network Requirements
4. Subnetting Class A Networks Based on Network Requirements
5. Troublesome Networks
6. Review of Perform Subnetting Based on Network Requirements
1. Introduction to Perform Subnetting Based on Host Requirements
2. Subnetting Class C Networks Based on Host Requirements
3. Subnetting Class B Networks Based on Host Requirements
4. Subnetting Class A Networks Based on Host Requirements
5. Troublesome Hosts
6. Additional Examples of Subnetting Based on Host Requirements
1. Introduction to Reverse Engineering Subnets and VLSM
2. Doing Subnetting Backwards
3. Practical Reverse Engineering Examples
4. What is VLSM
5. VLSM Scenario
1. Introduction to Describe IPv6 Core Addressing Concepts
2. Comparing IPv4 and IPv6
3. Binary, Decimal, and Hex
4. Making IPv6 Addresses Shorter
5. Types of IPv6 Addresses
6. Designing IPv6 Addressing
7. Configuring IPv6 Addressing
8. Configure IPv6 Addressing Lab
9. Review of Describe IPv6 Core Addressing Concepts
1. Introduction to Describe Wireless Frequency and Design Fundamentals
2. What is a Wireless Signal
3. Battle of the Bands
4. Basic and Extended SSIDs and WAP Placement
5. Review of Describe Wireless Frequency and Design Fundamentals
1. Introduction to Explain VLAN Concepts and Configure VLANs on a Single Switch
2. How VLANs Changed the World
3. Routing Between VLANs
4. Configuring VLANs on a Single Switch
5. Configuring a Router on a Stick
6. Configuring VLANs on a Single Switch Lab
7. Review of Explain VLAN Concepts and Configure VLANs on a Single Switch
1. Introduction to Configure Trunking Between Switches, WAPs, Servers
2. Understanding DTP and the Native VLAN
3. Configuring Trunks the Right Way
4. Weird and Wacky World of VTP
5. Configuring VTP
6. Limiting or Adding VLANs to Trunks
7. Connecting Trunks to Servers, WAPs, and More
8. Deploying VLSM in a VLAN Network
9. Configuring VLANs, Trunking, and Routing Lab
10. Review of Configure Trunking Between Switches, WAPs, Servers, and More
1. Introduction to Create a Network Diagram with Cisco CDP and LLDP
2. What is CDP and LLDP
3. Configuring and Tuning CDP and LLDP
4. Creating a Network Diagram using CDP and LLDP
5. Creating a Network Diagram with CDP Lab
6. Review of Create a Network Diagram with Cisco CDP and LLDP
Introduction to CCNA (200-301) with NetworkChuck
1. Introduction to Design and Configure a Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) Network
2. What Does STP Do
3. Understanding STP Standards
4. How the Root Bridge is Elected
5. How to Determine Your STP Topology
6. Configuring Basic STP and Verifying Results
7. Identifying and Configuring STP Ports and Root Bridge Lab
8. Review of Design and Configure a Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) Network
1. Introduction to Increase Network Capacity Using EtherChannel
2. What is EtherChannel
3. Configuring and Verifying EtherChannel
4. Modifying EtherChannel Load Distribution
5. Review of Increase Network Capacity Using EtherChannel
1. Introduction to Configure a Basic Cisco Wireless Network using the WLC GUI
2. Cisco WLC Puzzle Pieces
3. Accessing a Cisco WLC for the First Time
4. Base Level WLC Configuration
5. Review of Configure a Basic Cisco Wireless Network using the WLC GUI
1. Introducing End-To-End IP Communications
2. TCPIP Protocol Stack Review
3. Routers and Multilayer Switches
4. Predicting the Correct L2 and L3 Addresses
5. Logical and Physical Topologies Lab
6. Identifying and Correcting a Layer 2 Path
7. Topology and Lab Strategy
8. Reviewing End-To-End IP Communications
1. Introducing IPv4 Static Routing
2. How a Router Learns IP Routes
3. Adding Directly Connected IPv4 Routes
4. Planning Static Network Routes
5. Configuring Static IPv4 Network Routes
6. Adding Static Host Routes
7. Implementing Static Default Routes
8. Floating Static Routes Overview
9. Configuring and Verifying Static Floating Routes
10. Static Routes using an Outbound Interface
11. IPv4 Static Routes Review
12. IPv4 Static Route Case Study and Lab
13. Review of Configure and Verify Cisco IPv4 Static Routes
1. Introducing IPv6 Static Routes
2. IPv6 Static Route Lab Topology
3. Adding IPv6 Directly Connected Routes
4. Planning Static IPv6 Network and Default Routes
5. Configuring Static IPv6 Default and Network Routes
6. Floating Static IPv6 Host Routes
7. IPv6 Static Routes Review
8. IPv6 Static Route Case Study and Lab
9. Review of Configure and Verify Cisco IPv6 Static Routes
1. Introducing OSPF Concepts
2. Dynamic vs. Static Routing
3. OSPF Path Cost
4. OSPF Router ID (RID)
5. OSPF Areas
6. Wildcard Masks and Network Statements
7. OSPF Wildcards on Clean Octet Boundaries
8. OSPF Wildcards for Subnets
9. DR and BDRs on Broadcast Networks
10. Verifying OSPF Adjacencies
11. OSPF LSAs and DRs
12. OSPF and Point-to-Point Networks
13. Review of Describe Cisco Dynamic IPv4 Routing with OSPF
14. OSPF Concepts Wrap-Up
1. Introduction to Implement Cisco Dynamic IPv4 Routing with OSPF
2. Lab Topology Introduction
3. Implementing Loopbacks for OSPF
4. Implementing OSPF with Exact Network Statements
5. Adding more OSPF Routers
6. OSPF Link Cost Calculation
7. OSPF Neighbor Adjacencies
8. Default Routes in OSPF Overview
9. Implementing a Default Route in OSPF
10. Real World OSPF Case Study and Lab
11. Review of Implement Cisco Dynamic IPv4 Routing with OSPF
1. Introduction to Interpret and Describe a Cisco IP Routing Table
2. Routing Protocol Codes
3. Network Prefix and Mask
4. Next Hop
5. Administrative Distance (AD)
6. The Routing Table Metric
7. Gateway of Last Resort
8. Using a Routing Table in a Production Network
9. Review of Interpret and Describe a Cisco IP Routing Table
1. Introduction to Predict a Cisco Router's IP Forwarding Decisions
2. Winning Routes of a Router's Table (Concepts)
3. Preferring a Better Route Due to AD Lab
4. Choosing a Route Based on the Metric or Cost
5. Concepts of Using the Longest Match in the Routing Table
6. Longest Match Routing Lab
7. Identifying Which Routes Include a Specific IP
8. Route or Drop The Prediction Game
9. Case Study and Lab Predicting the Router's Decisions
10. Review of Predict a Cisco Router's IP Forwarding Decisions
1. Introduction to Build a Physical Cisco Lab Environment
2. Why Use a Physical Lab
3. Understanding Common Switch Models
4. Understanding Common Router Models
5. Understanding Device Memory Requirements
6. Understanding Common Modules
7. Performing Password Recovery
8. Building a CCNA Lab Environment
1. Introducing a Router on a Stick
2. Router on a Stick Concepts
3. Implementing Router on a Stick
4. Using Router on a Stick in Production
5. Review of Configure and Verify Cisco's Router on a Stick
1. Introducing the Troubleshooting Labs
2. Troubleshooting Tips
3. Troubleshooting Topology
4. Trouble Ticket 1 with Guest Jeff Kish
5. Trouble Ticket 2 with Guest Knox Hutchinson
6. Trouble Ticket 3 with Guest Bart Castle
7. Trouble Ticket 4 with Keith Barker
1. Introducing Cisco NAT Concepts and Base Configurations
2. Using Different NAT Strategies
3. Defining NAT Terminology
4. Configuring NAT Overload
5. Configuring Static NAT
6. Configuring and Verifying Cisco NAT Lab
7. Reviewing Cisco NAT Concepts and Base Configurations
1. Introduction to Configure and Verify Cisco NTP
2. What is NTP
3. Configuring an NTP Client
4. Configuring an NTP Server
5. Review of Configure and Verify Cisco NTP
1. Introduction to Configure DHCP Server and Relay Functions
2. DHCP Server, Client, and Relay
3. Configuring a Cisco DHCP Server
4. Configuring DHCP Relay in a Cisco Network
5. DHCP Lab
6. Review of Configure DHCP Server and Relay Functions
1. Introducing Common Network Services
2. SNMP
3. Syslog
4. QoS
5. TFTP-FTP
6. Reviewing Common Network Services
1. Introduction to Define Key Concepts Regarding Network Security
2. Security Overview and CIA
3. Vulnerabilities
4. Exploits
5. Threats and Risk
6. Mitigation Techniques and
7. Review of Define Key Concepts Regarding Network Security
1. Introducing Security Program Elements
2. Polices as Part of a Security Program
3. User Awareness and Training
4. Physical Controls and Review
1. Introduction to Describe Elements of Secure Password Policies
2. Password Policies
3. Password Managers
4. Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)
5. Review of Describe Elements of Secure Password Policies
1. Introducing Local Passwords
2. Default Behavior for Console Access
3. Default Behavior for Aux Access
4. Passwords for VTY Login
5. Storing Local Passwords
6. Type 9 Local Passwords
7. Local Usernames and Passwords
8. Configure Cisco Device Access Control Using Local Passwords Review
1. Introducing AAA
2. AAA Overview
3. Building Blocks of AAA
4. AAA New-Model Framework
5. Commands to Implement AAA
6. Implementing and Verifying AAA
7. Summarize and Differentiate AAA Concepts Review
1. Introducing Access Control Lists (ACLs) for Packet Filtering
2. ACL Concepts
3. Standard ACLs Concepts
4. Standard ACLs Lab
5. Wildcard Masks Concepts
6. Wildcard Masks Lab
7. Wildcard Masks for Subnets Lab
8. Extended ACLs Concepts
9. Extended ACLs Lab
10. Using Named Extended ACLs
11. ACL Production Case Study and Lab
12. Review of Apply and Verify Cisco Access Control Lists
1. Introducing Port Security
2. Understanding Port Security and Why we Need It
3. Port Security Defaults
4. Implementing Port Security on Layer 2 Interface
5. Customizing Port Security
6. Configuring Auto Errdisable Recovery
7. Applying Port Security Skills in Production
8. Review of Configure and Verify Cisco Port Security
1. Introducing DHCP Snooping
2. Why is DHCP Snooping Needed
3. The Recipe for DHCP Snooping
4. Building and Implementing DHCP Snooping in PT
5. Adding Source Guard to a Switch
6. Applying DHCP Snooping in Production
7. Review of Configure and Verify Cisco DHCP Snooping
1. Introducing Dynamic ARP Inspection (DAI)
2. Why is DAI Needed
3. The Recipe and Commands for DAI
4. Implementing DAI
5. ARP Access Lists for Non-DHCP Devices
6. Additional DAI Options and Features
7. Applying DAI to the Production Network
8. Review of Configure and Verify Cisco Dynamic ARP Inspection
1. Introducing VPNs
2. Virtual Private Network (VPN) Overview
3. Building Blocks for Cryptography
4. Site-To-Site VPN Concepts
5. Verifying Site-To-Site Encryption Lab
6. Remote-Access VPN Concepts
7. Remote-Access VPN Client Examples
8. Review of Describe Remote Access and Site-To-Site VPNs
1. Introduction to Describe, Configure, and Verify Wireless Security protocols
2. Wireless Security Protocol Options
3. Options for Controlling Wi-Fi Networks
4. Implementing WPA2 PSK on a SOHO Network
5. Planning WPA2 on a Controller-Based Wi-Fi Network
6. Implementing WPA2 on a Controller-based Wi-Fi Network
7. Review of Describe, Configure, and Verify Wireless Security Protocols
1. Introducing Network Automation
2. What is Network Automation
3. Automating Network Device Deployment
4. Automating Network Device Backup, Monitoring, and Data Collection
5. Automating Network Troubleshooting Lab
6. Let's Keep Automating
1. You are a Network Developer
2. API vs. SNMP vs. CLI
3. What is a REST API
4. Navigating a REST API
5. HTTP Verbs
6. Programming 101 Data
7. Programming Playground Lab
8. JSON, YAML, or XML
9. Interpreting JSON
10. REST API Lab
11. Becoming a Network Developer
1. Forget Everything You Know About Networking
2. Reviewing the Planes
3. What is Controller-Based Networking
4. Why do we Need an SDN Controller
5. SDN Architectures
6. Automating the Data Center with ACI
7. Magic of Software-Defined Access
8. DNA Center Overview
10. DNA Center Lab
11. Controller-Based Networks Review
9. Using Postman with the DNA Center REST API
1. Why You'll Benefit from Packet Tracer
2. Getting and Installing Packet Tracer
3. Configuring Your First PT Network
4. Getting Physical
5. Visualizing Network Traffic with Simple PDUs
6. Visualizing Network Traffic with Complex PDUs
7. Replicating a Physical Rack
8. Using Packet Tracer on your Tablet
9. Final Challenge and Review
1. Introducing Ansible, Puppet, and Chef
2. Configuration Managament with DevOps Tools
3. Ansible
4. Puppet
5. Chef
6. Summing it All Up
1. Introduction to Describe Network Functions and Equipment
2. Primary Switch Functions
3. Primary Wireless Access Point Functions
4. Primary Router Functions
5. Assembling the Network Pieces
6. Review of Describe Network Functions and Equipment
1. Introduction to Explain Network Communication with the OSI Model
2. Why We Have Two Models
3. Application Layers
4. Transport Layer
5. Network Layer
6. Data Link and Physical Layer
7. Describing Network Communication Using the OSI and TCPIP Models
8. Review of Explain Network Communication with the OSI Model
1. Introduction to Describe Common Network Architectures
2. Two-Tier Architecture
3. Three-Tier Architecture
4. Spine-Leaf Architecture
5. WAN Architecture
6. SOHO Architecture
7. On-Premise vs. Cloud Architecture
8. Building a Network Architecture
9. Review of Describe Common Network Architectures

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