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ITDVDS.COMCisco Exam 100-101 ICND1 CCENT - Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1

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Introduction
Introduction
Certification Paths
Lab Equipment and Lab Simulators

Networking Basics
Networking Basics Overview
Hubs, Switches, Bridges, and Routers Part 1
Hubs, Switches, Bridges, and Routers Part 2
Collision Domains
Broadcast Domains
CSMA/CD
ARP, RARP, and Proxy ARP
OSI Model Part 1
OSI Model Part 2
OSI Model Part 3
Data Encapsulation
Data Encapsulation Example Part 1
Data Encapsulation Example Part 2
Data Encapsulation Example Part 3
Ethernet MAC Addresses
Ethernet Frames
Ethernet Speed and Duplex
Wiring Ethernet UTP Cables
Ethernet Cable Types Part 1
Ethernet Cable Types Part 2
Cisco Three Layer Hierarchical Model

TCP/IP
TCP/IP DoD Model
The IP Protocol
Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP)
Transport Control Protocol (TCP) Part 1
Transport Control Protocol (TCP) Part 2
User Datagram Protocol (UDP)
Dynamic Host Control Protocol (DHCP)
Important Process/Application Layer Protocols
IP Address Classes
Reserved IP Addresses and Private IP Addresses

Binary, Decimal, and Hexadecimal
Binary Numbers, Decimal, and Hexadecimal Numbers
Converting a Nibble to Decimal and Hexadecimal
Converting a Byte to Decimal
Converting a Byte to Hexadecimal
Converting Decimal Numbers to Byte Part 1
Converting Decimal Numbers to Byte Part 2
Converting Hexadecimal Numbers to a Byte
Converting Hexadecimal to Decimal

Subnetting
What is a Subnet Mask?
Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR) Part 1
Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR) Part 2
Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR) Part 3
Powers of 2
Default Subnets
Subnetting Class C Addresses Part 1
Subnetting Class C Addresses Part 2
Subnetting Class C Addresses Part 3
More Subnetting Class C Addresses Part 1
More Subnetting Class C Addresses Part 2
More Subnetting Class C Addresses Part 3
Subnetting Class B Addresses Part 1
Subnetting Class B Addresses Part 2
More Subnetting Class B Addresses Part 1
More Subnetting Class B Addresses Part 2
More Subnetting Class B Addresses Part 3
More Subnetting Class B Addresses Part 4
More Subnetting Class B Addresses Part 5
More Subnetting Class B Addresses Part 6
Subnetting Class A Addresses Part 1
Subnetting Class A Addresses Part 2
More Subnetting Class A Addresses Part 1
More Subnetting Class A Addresses Part 2
IP Subnet Zero
Determining the Subnet that an IP Address is in Part 1
Determining the Subnet that an IP Address is in Part 2
Determining the Subnet that an IP Address is in Part 3
Subnet Mask Scenarios and Questions Part 1
Subnet Mask Scenarios and Questions Part 2
Subnet Mask Scenarios and Questions Part 3
Variable Length Subnet Masks
Variable Length Subnets Example 1
Summarization
Summarization Examples
Troubleshooting IP Addressing Problems
Practicing Subnetting

Basic Cisco IOS Router Configuration Commands
Connecting to a Cisco Router
Understanding Router Memory, POST, and Boot Sequence
Setup Mode
Router Modes
Getting Help from the Command Line
Auto Complete
Other Shortcuts
Using the Show Command
History Size and Show History
Turning Off Domain Lookup
Logging Synchronous
Negating a Command
Show Running Configuration
Show Version
Viewing an Interface Status
Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU)
Giving an Interface an IP
Shutdown and Turn On an Interface
Adding an Interface Description
Configuring an Interface Speed and Duplex
Clearing Interface Counters
Change Router Host Name
Copy Running Config to Startup Config
Viewing the Startup Config
Setting the Clock
Setting a Banner
Setting the Enable and Enable Secret Password
Setting a Password for the Console
Setting a Telnet Password
Setting the Auxiliary Password
Encrypting Passwords
Connecting to a Router with Telnet
Exec-Timeout
Configuring SSH on a Router
Connecting to a Router with SSH
Viewing and Disconnecting Active Telnet and SSH Sessions
Telnet from Router to Router and Toggling between Telnet Sessions
Serial Interface Clock Rate
Serial interface Bandwidth Command
Telnet From Device to Device
Using the Do Command
Using the Pipe
Configuring a Router as a DHCP Server Part 1
Configuring a Router as a DHCP Server Part 2
Configure DHCP Relay Agent
Configure NTPConfigure Router as NTP Server
Configure NTP
Setting Up a TFTP Server

Managing a Cisco Router
Backup the Running-Config to TFTP
Backup the Startup-Config to TFTP
Backup the IOS to TFTP
Restoring the Config From TFTP
Restoring the IOS From TFTP
Upgrading the IOS From TFTP
Restoring the IOS From ROMMON Prompt
Reasons for Copying an IOS Directly to DRAM from a TFTP Server
Copying an IOS Directly to DRAM from ROMMON using a TFTP Server
Router Password Recovery
Erasing the Configuration
Using the Cisco IOS File System
Configuration Register Values
Using Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)
Configuring the Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)

Static IP Routing and Basic Cisco Routing Configuration
Understanding IP Routing
Viewing the Routing Table
Configuring Static Routes Part 1
Configuring Static Routes Part 2
Configuring Static Routes Part 3
Removing a Static Route
IP Routing and IP Classless
Configuring a Gateway of Last Resort

Dynamic Routing Basics
Dynamic Routing Overview
Administrative Distance
Distance Vector vs Link State Routing Protocols and Concepts
Routing Loops

Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)
OSPF Introduction
How OSPF Works
OSPF Adjacencies
Calculating the OSPF Metric
Configuring OSPF
Show IP OSPF
Show IP OSPF Neighbor
OSPF Priority
Changing Cost Metrics
OSPF Authentication
OSPF Authentication With MD5
Assigning a Router ID
Advertising a Default Route with OSPF

Access Control Lists
Introduction to Access Control Lists
Configuring Standard Access Control Lists
Wildcard Masks
Wildcard Masking Example 1
Wildcard Masking Example 2
Wildcard Masking Example 3
Wildcard Masking Example 4
Important Port Numbers
Configuring Standard Access Control Lists Example 1
Configuring Standard Access Control Lists Example 2
Configuring Extended Access Control Lists Part 1
Configuring Extended Access Control Lists Part 2
Configuring Extended Access Control Lists Example 1
Configuring Extended Access Control Lists Example 2
Configuring Extended Access Control Lists Example 3
Modifying a Numbered Access Control List
Named Access Control Lists
Modifying a Named Access Control List
Access Control Lists and Remarks
Configuring an Access Control List for Router Administration
Using Auto Secure
Lock and Key (Dynamic Access Lists)
Configuring a Dynamic Access Control List

Network Address Translation (NAT)
NAT Introduction and Terminology
Configuring Static NAT
Configuring Dynamic NAT
Configuring PAT
Troubleshooting NAT
More NAT and PAT

IPv6
Tips for Understanding IPv6 Now That You Understand IPv4
Hexadecimal Review
IPv6 Introduction and Writing IPv6 Addresses
IPv6 Address Examples
IPv6 Address Types
Special IPv6 Addresses and Special IPv6 Multicast Addresses
Understanding Link Local Addresses
IPv6 Address Type Examples
IPv6 Subnetting Part 1
IPv6 Subnetting Part 2
IPv6 Routing Protocols
Configuring an IPv6 Address on a Cisco Router Interface
IPv6 EUI-64 Format
IPv6 EUI-64 Example
Configuring a Router Interface Using the EUI-64 Format
Viewing IPv6 Router Interface Configuration
Real World Reasons for Manually Configuring Link Local Address
Configuring the Link Local Address on a Router Interface

IPv6 Routing Basics
ICMPv6 and the Neighbor Discovery Protocol (NDP)
Discovering MAC Addresses with NDP (ARPs Replacement in IPv6)
Viewing the Neighbor Discovery Table
Enabling IPv6 Routing on a Router
IPv6 Example Diagram and Configuring Routers Part 1
IPv6 Example Diagram and Configuring Routers Part 2
Configuring Static IPv6 Routes Using Next Hop Address
Configuring Static IPv6 Routes Using Outgoing Interface
Troubleshooting Routes
Configuring a Default Route for IPv6
IPv6 Routing and Encapsulation Example
Real World IPv6 Security with Global Unicast Addresses and No NAT or PAT
Real World Getting Global Unicast IP Addresses

Configuring IPv6 Clients and Hosts
Stateless Address Autoconfiguration (SLAAC) and DHCPv6
Configuring DHCPv6 on a Cisco Router to Hand Out DNS Servers
Seeing Autoconfiguration on a Windows Client
Configuring a DCHPv6 Relay Agent
Using Static IPv6 Addresses on Servers
Using DCHP or Stateless Autoconfiguration to Configure Router Interface IP
Using OSPFv3 on Cisco 2600 Series Routers
Loading an IOS Directly to DRAM

Open Shortest Path First Version 3 for IPv6 (OSPF v3)
OSPFv2 vs OSPFv3
Configuring OSPF and Configure the Router ID
Enabling OSPFv3 on an Interface
Enabling OSPFv3 on Routers in Single Area 0
Verifying OSPFv3 Configuration and Neighbors
Viewing the OSPFv3 Database

Switching and Configuring Cisco Switches
Benefits and Purpose of Switches
Giving a Switch an IP Address, a Default Gateway, and configuring Telnet Access
Configuring a Switch Port Speed and Duplex
Switch Port Modes
Configuring Switch Port Security
Viewing the Mac Address Table and Assigning a Static Mac Addresses

VLANs
What are VLANs Part 1
What are VLANs Part 2
Configuring and Creating New VLANs
Configuring the VLAN for a Switch Port
Understanding VLAN 1
Trunk Ports and Frame Tagging
Configuring Trunk Ports and Frame Tagging
Configuring the Native VLAN for a Trunk Port
Configuring Allowed VLANs on a Trunk
VLAN Trunk Protocol (VTP)
Configuring VTP
Configuring VTP Pruning
Troubleshooting VTP
Routing Between VLANs Part 1
Routing Between VLANs Part 2
Routing Between VLANs with a Layer 3 Switch
Creating a Switch Virtual Interface (SVI) on a Layer 3 Switch

Conclusion for the Test
Tips for the Test
Membership Checklist
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