ENARSI (300-410) Topic: BGP Summarization

enarsi Jun 18, 2021

 

A fairly in-depth knowledge of BGP is required for ENARSI, so this video takes a look at how we can summarize (or aggregate) our advertised BGP networks. Summarization allow us to cut down the size of our BGP table by using a summary address to represent a range of networks with a single prefix. Enjoy the training!

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My Home Network Tour

general info kw train Jun 09, 2021

 

In this video, you’ll get a tour of Kevin’s home network. The goal is to spark some ideas in you for your home network (or small business network). Kevin discusses 4 key design decisions, as well as his BIG REGRETS about his design.

 

The 4 Design Decisions:

  1. Internet Access
  2. Copper Cabling
  3. Wi-Fi
  4. Security Enjoy the tour!

 

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ENCOR (350-401) Topic: IP SLA

ccnp encor Jun 04, 2021

 

In keeping up with this month’s theme, CCNP Enterprise, this week’s training video looks at IP SLA, a topic found in the ENCOR (350-401) exam blueprint. IP SLA is an active method of monitoring and reliably reporting on network performance, “active” meaning that IP SLA will generate and actively monitor traffic continuously across the network.

 

Enjoy the training! 

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CLCOR (350-801) Topic 1.1g: Understanding Collaboration Security

ccnp collaboration May 28, 2021

If you’ve been considering a focus in CCNP Collaboration, our latest YouTube video is a nice sample from our CLCOR (350-801) Video Training Series.

 

In this video, we consider how security works in a Cisco Collaboration environment. For example, we’ll contrast Manufacturer Installed Certificates (MICs) with Locally Significant Certificates (LSCs). We review how PKI works, discuss a Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) self-signed certificate, explain the Certificate Authority Proxy Function (CAPF), and much more.

 

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ENARSI (300-410) Topic: EIGRP Named Mode

enarsi May 21, 2021

In this video, we look at a topic found at the CCNP level, primarily in the ENARSI (300-410) exam: EIGRP named mode. If we’re going to be able to effectively troubleshoot EIGRP, we need to understand some of the subtleties involved with that, and also how redistribution into EIGRP named mode works. 

 

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Networking Basics - How RIP Works

network plus May 12, 2021

 

In this week’s video, you’ll learn about RIP, the Routing Information Protocol, a topic on CompTIA’s Network+ (N10-007) exam. Specifically, you’ll see three different versions of RIP and understand how it uses Split Horizon, along with Poison Reverse, to prevent routing table corruption.

 

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CCNA (200-301) Topic: TFTP Configuration and Backups

ccna May 07, 2021

Just like any important device on the network, we need to backup our switches and routers periodically as well. If we have a catastrophic failure with a device, we don’t want to cost ourselves hours or days recreating the configuration. 

 

In this week’s video, we show you a quick and easy way to achieve this by using Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP). 

 

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Spanning Tree Protocol DEEP DIVE

ccna ccnp encor Apr 29, 2021

This week's training video is a replay from yesterday's live STP Deep Dive webinar. In this training, we cover every Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) topic on the CCNA (200-301) and CCNP ENCOR (350-401) exam blueprints.

Enjoy!

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ENARSI (300-410) Topic 1.11 - BGP Multihop

ccnp enarsi Apr 23, 2021

 

This week’s training video takes a look at a section on the ENARSI (300-410) exam blueprint about troubleshooting BGP relationships.

 

Specifically, we cover the BGP multihop feature.

 

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ENCOR (350-401) Topic 6.6: Embedded Event Manager (EEM)

encor Apr 14, 2021

Cisco’s Embedded Event Manager (EEM), a topic on the CCNP Enterprise ENCOR (350-401) exam, is a feature that can watch a router for a specific event and, if that event occurs, can trigger an action or set of actions. 

 

In our latest YouTube video, we cover the theory of EEM and then watch a configuration demo to aid in your studies for the ENCOR (350-401) Exam.

 

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