In this free clip from Cisco CCNA Data Center: Intro to Data Center Networking, get an overview of how repeaters receive, interpret, generate and transmit signals.
Learn how to use the Spread Spectrum tool and “sniff” over the airwaves to determine how much activity is taking place in this free video from our new Cisco CCNA Wireless Training.
Learn how to configure TACACS+ on a router in this free video clip from our new CCNA Security training with CCIE Joe Rinehart.
This Cisco wireless clip goes over configuration for autonomous access points starting from the factory default settings. Follow along with Avril Salter as she demonstrates the configuration step by step.
Learn how to configure an external RADIUS server for authentication purposes in this free video from our new CCNA Security Training.
Check out this in-depth Cisco security demo and learn all about Configuration Professional in this free video clip from our new CCNA Security Training with CCIE Joe Rinehart.
Learn how to configure a Wireless LAN Controller in this free video clip from our new CCNA Wireless Training, which will get you ready for the IUWNE Exam 640-722.
While developing your Cisco knowledge, it’s good to get a handle on the “information superhighway” analogy. Learn about how data moves around on the internet in this exclusive CCNA training video.
Understanding how binary math functions as a part of network subnetting is one of the most fundamental parts of computer networking. Watch this Binary Math 101 lesson to help you prepare for the Cisco CCNA certification exam and lock down a crucial concept.
No matter how much studying and practice you’ve completed, getting ready to actually take an exam can be daunting. You know the components, you shelled out the money for the test, now give yourself some reassurance on exam day with these proven tips from CCIE Joe Rinehart.
In this video from our Cisco CCNA Wireless Training course, instructor Joe Rinehart shows you how to make sense of redundancy concepts. After watching this video you’ll have an understanding of why redundancy helps eliminate single points of failure in a wireless network.
See what you need to know to create a successful Dial Plan using the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express. In this video, CCIE Joe Rinehart covers the Dial Plan best practices and considerations you’ll need when creating your own Dial Plan using CUCME.
Get familiar with the different OSPF router types that you will be required to know for your CCNA exam. In this video we’ll go over the OSPF router types and how to identify which router type a router is.
One of the main benefits of using OSPF (Open Shortest Path First) is that all of your routers will have a similar view of the network. However, there will be situations where you may not want all of your routers to have a full routing table. While the configuration of stub areas and total stub [...]
The Open Shortest Path First (OSPF), as you already know, uses the link state routing algorithm and operates on a singular Autonomous System (AS). OSPF could very easily be the most widely accepted and used Interior Gateway Protocol (IGP), especially in large enterprise networks. Therefore, for being a successful networker, it is critical that you [...]
This video from my Cisco CCNA Training will help you understand the advantages of OSPF (Open Shortest Path First) over other types of protocols. Though you may not encounter these questions while undergoing the CCNA exam, these certainly will be useful if you have a job interview scheduled or the client asks you about it. [...]
In case of an OSPF network, the connection between neighbors of a router can be authenticated. This allows for a more secure exchange of updated information. This video summarizes the various OSPF authentication techniques. There are two different ways to authenticate your OSPF network, the simple and the MD5 authentication. In the case of simple [...]
Numerically, the highest IP address is set as default OSPF Router ID (RID) by the system in a loopback interface. Now, in a physical interface, a number of things can go wrong. There might be a hardware error, or the cable connecting the routers might come loose or there might be a power cable problem. [...]
Broadcast networks are better suited for OSPF. Configuring an OSPF network is a tedious task since each router needs to communicate with the other by sending updates in order to create a topology table. If this does not happen then this topology table is not created or fabricated which can affect the overall stability of [...]