Cisco Lan Switching Video Mentor Tutorial
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CISCO LAN SWITCHING VIDEO MENTOR
6+ Hours of Video Instruction
"Cisco LAN Switching Video Mentor is an excellent guide to configuring Cisco switches. Dave's videos are outstanding in their conciseness and relevance of content. They hit the nail on the head every time!"” Geoff Tagg, President, INDT Ltd.
Cisco LAN Switching Video Mentor teaches you how to plan, configure and verify the implementation of complex enterprise switching solutions using Cisco's campus enterprise architecture.
In the 20 videos presented in this product, best-selling author and CCIE network engineer David Hucaby walks you through common Cisco Catalyst switch configuration and troubleshooting tasks. Designed to develop and enhance hands-on skills, each 10 to 30-minute video guides you through essential configuration tasks on the Cisco Catalyst switches and shows you how to verify that network is working correctly. Each video lab presents detailed objectives, lab diagrams, command tables, and video captures. Audio instruction throughout offers tips and shortcuts that truly make learning easy. Animated network diagrams show you lab setup, device addressing, and how traffic flows through the network. Video screen-casts of router CLI demonstrate command entry, configuration techniques, and device response.
What You Will Learn
- Configure interfaces
- Implement VLANs and STP
- Use EtherChannel to scale bandwidth
- Set up multilayer switching
- Use HSRP and GLBP
- Control traffic with ACLs
- Secure and monitory LAN traffic
- Deploy QoS in campus networks
Who Should Take This Course?
The primary audience for this product includes network administrators, technicians, and network engineers who are responsible for installing, configuring, and maintaining Catalyst network solutions. The book will appeal to any engineer involved in Cisco switch installations, especially Cisco reseller and partner engineers who are asked to configure a wide variety of features in an efficient manner. CCNP certification candidates are also a primary audience, especially those studying for the CCNP Switch exam.
Users should have a basic understanding of networking concepts, at the CCNA-level of experience.
Table of Contents
Lab 1. Interface Configuration
Lab 2. Setting Up VLANs
Lab 3. Setting Up Trunk Links
Lab 4. Using the VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP)
Lab 5: Working with the Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
Lab 6: STP Topology Changes
Lab 7: Leveraging Rapid PVST+
Lab8: Scaling STP with Multiple Spanning Tree (MST)
Lab9: Protecting the STP Topology
Lab 10: Scaling Bandwidth with EtherChannel
Lab 11: Setting Up Multilayer Switching
Lab 12: First Hop Redundancy with HSRP
Lab 13: First Hop Redundancy with GLBP
Lab 14: Private VLANs
Lab 15: Using Access Control Lists (ACLs) to Control Traffic
Lab 16: Using Port Security
Lab 17: Preventing Spoofing Attacks
Lab 18: Quality of Service, Part 1
Lab 19: Quality of Service, Part 2
Lab 20: Monitoring Traffic