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1) CISCO Certified Entry Network Technician - CCENT - Interconnecting Network Devices 100-105
2) CISCO Certified Network Associate - CCNA - Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices 200-105
3) Cisco 300-101: CCNP - ROUTE - Implementing Cisco IP Routing
4) Cisco 300-115: CCNP - SWITCH - Routing and Switching
5) Cisco 300-135: CCNP - TSHOOT - Troubleshooting and Maintaining Cisco IP Networks
6) Cisco 210-260: IINS - Implementing Cisco Network Security - CCNA Security
7) Cisco 200-355: CCNA Wireless - Implementing Cisco Wireless Network Fundamentals
8) Cisco 210-060 CICD: Implementing Cisco Collaboration Devices - CCNA Collaboration
9) Cisco 210-065: CIVND - Implementing Cisco Video Network Devices

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CISCO Certified Entry Network Technician CCENT

The CCENT course is the first step in ultimately achieving the CCNA Routing and Switching Certification. Here you will develop skills installing, configuring, and troubleshooting small networks as well as working with Cisco routers and switches which form the heart of any IT Network career

Module 1 Networking Fundamentals

1.1 Introduction

1.2 Introduction To TCPIP Networking Part 1

1.3 Introduction To TCPIP Networking Part 2

1.4 Introduction To TCPIP Networking Part 3

1.5 Introduction To TCPIP Networking Part 4

1.6 Ethernet LAN Fundamentals Part 1

1.7 Ethernet LAN Fundamentals Part 2

1.8 Ethernet LAN Fundamentals Part 3

1.9 Wide Area Networks Part 1

1.10 Wide Area Networks Part 2

1.11 IPv4 Addressing And Routing Fundamentals Part 1

1.12 IPv4 Addressing And Routing Fundamentals Part 2

1.13 IPv4 Addressing And Routing Fundamentals Part 3

1.14 TCPIP Transport And Applications Part 1

1.15 TCPIP Transport And Applications Part 2

Module 2 - Basic Ethernet LAN Implementation

2.1 Command Line Essentials Part 1

2.2 Command Line Essentials Part 2

2.3 Command Line Essentials Part 3

2.4 Ethernet LAN Switching

2.5 Managing Ethernet Switches Part 1

2.6 Managing Ethernet Switches Part 2

2.7 Configuring Switch Interfaces

Module 3 - Designing Ethernet LANS

3.1 Understanding LAN Design Options Part 1

3.2 Understanding LAN Design Options Part 2

3.3 Understanding LAN Design Options Part 3

3.4 Implementing And Configuring Ethernet VLANS Part 1

3.5 Implementing And Configuring Ethernet VLANS Part 2

Module 4 - Understanding IPv4

4.1 IPv4 Subnetting Part 1

4.2 IPv4 Subnetting Part 2

4.3 IPv4 Subnetting Part 3

4.4 IPv4 Subnetting Part 4

4.5 Analyzing Classful IPv4 Networks Part 1

4.6 Analyzing Classful IPv4 Networks Part 2

4.7 Analyzing Classful IPv4 Networks Part 3

4.8 Analyzing Subnet Masks Part 1

4.9 Analyzing Subnet Masks Part 2

4.10 Analyzing existing Subnets

Module 5 - Working with Cisco Routers

5.1 Implementing IPv4 Part 1
5.2 Implementing IPv4 Part 2
5.3 Configuring IPv4 Address And Static Routes Part 1
5.4 Configuring IPv4 Address And Static Routes Part 2
5.5 Configuring IPv4 Address And Static Routes Part 3
5.6 Using Dynamic Routing Protocols Part 1
5.7 Using Dynamic Routing Protocols Part 2
5.8 Configuring IPv4 Hosts Part 1
5.9 Configuring IPv4 Hosts Part 2

Module 6 - IPv4 Design and Troubleshooting

6.1 Designing IP Subnets Part 1

6.2 Designing IP Subnets Part 2

6.3 Using VLAN Part 1

6.4 Using VLAN Part 2

6.5 Troubleshooting IPv4

Module 7 - IPv4 Design and Troubleshooting

7.1 Access Control Lists Part 1

7.2 Access Control Lists Part 2

7.3 Access Control Lists Part 3

7.4 Access Control Lists Part 4

7.5 Network Address Translation Part 1

7.6 Network Address Translation Part 2

Module 8 - Implementing IPv6

8.1 IPv6 Fundamentals Part 1

8.2 IPv6 Fundamentals Part 2

8.3 IPv6 Fundamentals Part 3

8.4 IPv6 Fundamentals Part 4

8.5 IPv6 Addressing And Subnetting Part 1

8.6 IPv6 Addressing And Subnetting Part 2

8.7 Implementing IPv6 Part 1

8.8 Implementing IPv6 Part 2

8.9 Implementing IPv6 Part 3

8.10 Implementing IPv6 Part 4

8.11 Course Conclusion

CISCO Certified Network Associate CCNA

The CISCO Certified Network Associate badge will be gained by completed this course and the CCENT prior. The CCNA Badge is one of the most recognised entry level certifications for Networks in IT.

Here you will learn how to deploy Cisco routers which are widely used by companies all over the world to connect computers to LAN (Local Area Networks) and the internet. Identify key components of a computer system, define basic computer and network terminology, and explain the benefits and functions of the OSI reference model to name a few

Module 1 Configuring Ethernet LANs

Introduction

Ethernet LAN Fundamentals Part 1

Ethernet LAN Fundamentals Part 2

Implementing Virtual LANs Part 1

Implementing Virtual LANs Part 2

Using VLAN Trunking Part 1

Using VLAN Trunking Part 2

Understanding Spanning Tree Protocol Part 1

Understanding Spanning Tree Protocol Part 2

Understanding Spanning Tree Protocol Part 3

Spanning Tree Implementation Part 1

Spanning Tree Implementation Part 2

Spanning Tree Implementation Part 3

Security Management Part 1

Security Management Part 2

Security Management Part 3

Security Management Part 4

Module 2 Configuring IPv4 Routing Protocols

  1. Understanding OSPF Part 1
  2. Understanding OSPF Part 2
  3. Understanding OSPF Part 3
  4. Implementing OSPF Part 1
  5. Implementing OSPF Part 2
  6. Implementing OSPF Part 3
  7. Implementing OSPF Part 4
  8. Understanding EIGRP Part 1
  9. Understanding EIGRP Part 2
  10. Understanding EIGRP Part 3
  11. Implementing EIGRP Part 1
  12. Implementing EIGRP Part 2
  13. Troubleshooting IPv41 Part 1
  14. Troubleshooting IPv4 Part 2
  15. Troubleshooting IPv4 Part 3

Module 3 Wide Area Networks

  1. Implementing Point-To-Point WANs Part 1
  2. Implementing Point-To-Point WANs Part 2
  3. Implementing Point-To-Point WANs Part 3
  4. Private WANs With Ethernet And MPLS Part 1
  5. Private WANs With Ethernet And MPLS Part 2
  6. Private WANs With Ethernet And MPLS Part 3
  7. Private WANs With Internet VPNs Part 1
  8. Private WANs With Internet VPNs Part 2
  9. Private WANs With Internet VPNs Part 3

Module 4 IPv4 Services

  1. Basic Access Control Lists Part 1
  2. Basic Access Control Lists Part 2
  3. Advanced Access Control Lists Part 1
  4. Advanced Access Control Lists Part 2
  5. Quality Of Service Part 1
  6. Quality Of Service Part 2

Module 5 IPv4 Routing And Troubleshooting

  1. IPv4 Routing In The LAN Part 1
  2. IPv4 Routing In The LAN Part 2
  3. Implementing HSRP Part 1
  4. Implementing HSRP Part 2
  5. Troubleshooting IPv4 Routing Part 1
  6. Troubleshooting IPv4 Routing Part 2

Module 6 IPv6 Routing

  1. IPv6 Implementation And Routing Basics Part 1
  2. IPv6 Implementation And Routing Basics Part 2
  3. IPv6 Implementation And Routing Basics Part 3
  4. IPv6 Implementation And Routing Basics Part 4
  5. Implementing OSPF For IPv6 Part 1
  6. Implementing OSPF For IPv6 Part 2
  7. Implementing EIGRP For IPv6 Part 1
  8. Implementing EIGRP For IPv6 Part 2
  9. IPv6 Access Control Lists Part 1
  10. IPv6 Access Control Lists Part 2

Module 7 Cloud Based Networking

  1. Overview Of Cloud Computing Part 1
  2. Overview Of Cloud Computing Part 2
  3. Conclusion

300-101 ROUTE: Implementing Cisco IP Routing

This course will show you how to implement the following key areas given a network design and a set of requirements:

  • Implement an EIGRP based solution
  • Implement a multi-area OSPF Network
  • Implement an eBGP based solution
  • Implement an IPv6 based solution
  • Implement an IPv4 or IPv6 based redistribution solution

Module 1

Determine network resources needed for implementing EIGRP on a network
Create an EIGRP implementation plan
Create an EIGRP verification plan
Configure EIGRP routing<
Verify EIGRP solution was implemented properly using show and debug commands
Document results of EIGRP implementation and verification

Module 2

Determine network resources needed for implementing OSPF on a network
Create an OSPF implementation plan
Create an OSPF verification plan
Configure OSPF routing
Verify OSPF solution was implemented properly using show and debug commands
Document results of OSPF implementation and verification plan

Module 3

Determine network resources needed for implementing eBGP on a network
Create an eBGP implementation plan
Create an eBGP verification plan
Configure eBGP routing
Verify eBGP solution was implemented properly using show and debug commands
Document results of eBGP implementation and verification plan

Module 4

Determine network resources needed for implementing IPv6 on a network
Create an IPv6 implementation plan
Create an IPv6 verification plan
Configure IPv6 routing
Configure IPv6 interoperation with IPv4
Verify IPv6 solution was implemented properly using show and debug commands
Document results of IPv6 implementation and verification plan

Module 5

Create a redistribution implementation plan based upon the results of the redistribution analysis
Create a redistribution verification plan
Configure a redistribution solution
Verify that a redistribution was implemented
Document results of a redistribution implementation and verification plan
Identify the differences between implementing an IPv4 and IPv6 redistribution solution

300-115 Switch: Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks

Here you will be able to get certified in planning, configuring, and verifying the implementation of complex enterprise switching solutions that use the Cisco Enterprise Campus Architecture:

  • Plan and Design complex networks
  • Switch and IP configuration
  • STP and RTP
  • Routing
  • HSRP, VRRP and GLBP
  • Balancing

Module 1

Module 1 Plan And Design
1.1 Course And Instructor Introduction
1.2 Planning For Complex NetworkPart1
1.3 Planning For Complex NetworkPart2
1.4 Intro To Cisco Enterprise Architecture And CAM Part1
1.5 Intro To Cisco Enterprise Architecture And CAM Part2
1.6 Review Networking Topology Part1
1.7 Review Networking Topology Part2
1.8 Review OSI Model
1.9 Review SLA
1.10 Network Discovery
1.11 NTP ExplainedPart1
1.12 NTP ExplainedPart2
1.13 Network SecurityPart1
1.14 Network SecurityPart2

Module 2

Module 2: Switch Configuration
2.1 VLAN And Trunking Part1
2.2 VLAN And Trunking Part2
2.3 VTP Intro And Config
2.4 Ether Channel Configuration And Load Balancing
2.5 More Ether Channel ConfigurationPart1
2.6 More Ether Channel ConfigurationPart2
2.7 Port Security
2.8 Root Guard
2.9 Configuring MST

Module 3

Module 3 IP Configuration
3.1 DHCP Intro And ConfigPart1
3.2 DHCP Intro And ConfigPart2
3.3 IPV6 Intro And ConfigPart1
3.4 IPV6 Intro And ConfigPart2
3.5 Configure DHCP
3.6 Configure DHCPV6
3.7 Configure IPSLA
3.8 NTP Configuration
3.9 Network Monitoring Using IPSLAPart1
3.10 Network Monitoring Using IPSLAPart2
3.11 Network Monitoring Using IPSLAPart3

Module 4

Module 4 STP And RTP
4.1 STP Intro And Config
4.2 Improve STP ConfigPart1
4.3 Improve STP ConfigPart2
4.4 Improve STP ConfigPart3
4.5 Improve STP ConfigPart4
4.6 Implement RSTP
4.7 Intro And Config MST

Modules 5 to 7

Module 5 Routing
5.1 Config Routing Between VLANs With Router
5.2 Routing On A MultiLayer Switch
5.3 Routing With An External Router
5.4 Further Routing On Multilayer Switch
Module 6 HSRP, VRRP, GLBP
6.1 Configure And Tune HSRP
6.2 Configure HSRP With Load Balancing
6.3 HSRP For IPv6
6.4 Configure VRRP
6.5 Configure VRRP With Load Balancing
6.6 Implement GLBP
6.7 Configure GLBP
Module 07 Course Review
7.1 Designing Complex Networks
7.2 Review Demo CAM
7.3 Review Demo VLAN’s And Trunking
7.4 Review Demo VTP Configure
7.5 Review Demo Ether Channel And Load
Balancing
7.6 Review Demo RSTP
7.7 Review Demo Routing Between VLAN’s With A Router

Cisco 300-135 TSHOOT: Troubleshooting and Maintaining Cisco IP Networks

Troubleshooting and Maintaining Cisco IP Networks is the final course you need to take the qualifying exam for the Cisco Certified Network Professional CCNP, certification. Here you will be able to form the knowledge and skills necessary to:

  1. Plan and perform regular maintenance on complex enterprise routed and switched networks
  2. Use technology-based practices and a systematic ITIL-compliant approach to perform network troubleshooting.

Troubleshoot Multi-Protocol system networks

Troubleshoot EIGRP
Troubleshoot OSPF
Troubleshoot eBGP
Troubleshoot routing redistribution solution
Troubleshoot a DHCP client and server solution
Troubleshoot NAT
Troubleshoot first hop redundancy protocols
Troubleshoot IPv6 routing
Troubleshoot IPv6 and IPv4 interoperability
Troubleshoot switch-to-switch connectivity for the VLAN based solution
Troubleshoot loop prevention for the VLAN based solution
Troubleshoot Access Ports for the VLAN based solution
Troubleshoot private VLANS
Troubleshoot port security
Troubleshoot general switch security
Troubleshoot VACL and PACL
Troubleshoot switch virtual interfaces (SVIs)
Troubleshoot switch supervisor redundancy
Troubleshoot switch support of advanced services (i.e., Wireless, VOIP and Video)
Troubleshoot a VoIP support solution
Troubleshoot a video support solution
Troubleshoot Layer 3 Security
Troubleshoot issues related to ACLs used to secure access to Cisco routers
Troubleshoot configuration issues related to accessing the AAA server for authentication purposes
Troubleshoot security issues related to IOS services (NTP, HTTP, FTP, RCP, etc.

Cisco CCNA Security

The Cisco CCNA Security certification will provide you with the skills needed to develop a security infrastructure, recognize threats and vulnerabilities to networks, and mitigate security threats. The CCNA Security curriculum emphasizes core security technologies, the installation, troubleshooting and monitoring of network devices to maintain integrity, confidentiality and availability of data and devices, and competency in the technologies that Cisco uses in its security structure.

This course with 11 chapters emphasizes core security technologies, the installation, troubleshooting and monitoring of network devices to maintain integrity, confidentiality and availability of data and devices, and competency in the technologies that Cisco uses in its security structure. Topics for the course include Secure Access, Cisco ASA, Firewalls, IPS/IDS, VPNs and Secure Routing and Switching.

Join millions of other IT Professionals, achieve your goals and get started today working towards you CCNA Security certification

Module 1: Network Review

Course Introduction
Network Review Part 1
Network Review Part 2
Network Review Part 3
Network Review Part 4

Module 2: Terminology And Fundamentals

Terminology And Fundamentals Part 1
Terminology And Fundamentals Part 2
Terminology And Fundamentals Part 3
Terminology And Fundamentals Part 4
Terminology And Fundamentals Part 5
Terminology And Fundamentals Part 6
Terminology And Fundamentals Part 7

Modules 3 to 6

Module 3: PKI And Cryptography
PKI And Cryptography Part 1
PKI And Cryptography Part 2
Module 4: AAA
AAA Part 1
AAA Part 2
AAA Part 3
Module 5: Bring Your Own Device
Bring Your Own Device Part 1
Bring Your Own Device Part 2
Bring Your Own Device Part 3
Module 6: Secure Access
Secure Access Part 1
Secure Access Part 2
Secure Access Part 3
Secure Access Demo

Modules: 7 to 8

Module 7: VPNs
VPN Concepts Part 1
VPN Concepts Part 2
Remote Access VPNs Part 1
Remote Access VPNs Part 2
Site To Site VPNs
Module 8: Secure Routing And Switching
Secure Routing And Switching Part 1
Secure Routing And Switching Part 2
Secure Routing And Switching Demo 1
Secure Routing And Switching Demo 2
Layer 2 Attacks Part 1
Layer 2 Attacks Part 2
Layer 2 Attacks Part 3
Mitigation Part 1
Mitigation Part 2

Module 9: Firewalls

Firewall Technologies Part 1
Firewall Technologies Part 2
Implementing NAT Part 1
Implementing NAT Part 2
Zone-Based Firewall
Firewall Features On The ASA Part 1
Firewall Features On The ASA Part 2
Firewall Features On The ASA Part 3

Modules: 10 to 11

Module 10: Intrusion Protection System (IPS)
Intrusion Protection System Part 1
Intrusion Protection System Part 2
Module 11: Content And Endpoint Security
Content And Endpoint Security Part 1
Content And Endpoint Security Part 2
Course Conclusion

Implementing Cisco Video Network Devices - CIVND 210-065

The Implementing Cisco Video Network Devices course will provide you with the skills and knowledge to describe and implement Cisco Video solution architectures including Cisco Tele-Presence products, video based end-points, and digital media platform including digital media players for small to medium size businesses. This course is the second part of a two part series on Cisco Collaboration technologies and will arm you with all of the information you need to complete your CCNA Collaboration certification.

Modules 1 to 5

Pre-Course Chapter 1
1.1 Course Introduction
1.2 Civnd Intro Part 1
1.3 Civnd Intro Part 2
1.4 The Big Picture

Pre-Course Chapter 2
2.1 All About Video Part 1
2.2 All About Video Part 2
2.3 All About Video Part 3
2.4 All About Video Part 4

Cisco Video And Content Delivery
3.1 Cisco Video And Content Delivery Part 1
3.2 Cisco Video And Content Delivery Part 2
3.3 Cisco Video And Content Delivery Part 3

Cisco Video Surveillance
4.1 Cisco Video Surveillance Part 1
4.2 Cisco Video Surveillance Part 2

Cisco Collaboration
5.1 Cisco Collaboration Part 1
5.2 Cisco Collaboration Part 2
5.3 Cisco Collaboration Part 3

Modules 6 to 8

Module 6: Configuring Unified IP Phones And Cisco Jabber
6.1 Configuring Unified IP Phones And Cisco Jabber Part 1
6.2 Configuring Unified IP Phones And Cisco Jabber Part 2
Module 7: Operating And Troubleshooting Cisco Unified IP Phone
and Cisco Jabber
7.1 Operating And Troubleshooting Cisco Unified IP Phone
And Cisco Jabber Part 1
7.2 Operating And Troubleshooting Cisco Unified IP Phone
And Cisco Jabber Part 2
7.3 Operating And Troubleshooting Cisco Unified IP Phone And Cisco
Jabber Part 3
Part 3: Cisco Telepresence Endpoints
Module 8: Cisco Telepresence Endpoints Installation And Characteristics
8.1 Cisco Telepresence Endpoints Installation And Characteristics Part 1
8.2 Cisco Telepresence Endpoints Installation And Characteristics Part 2
8.3 Cisco Telepresence Endpoints Installation And Characteristics Part 3
8.4 Cisco Telepresence Endpoints Installation And Characteristics Part 4

Modules 9 to 11

Module 9: Configuring Cisco Telepresence CTS And Cisco DX650 Endpoints
9.1 Configuring Cisco Telepresence CTS And Cisco DX650 Endpoints Part 1
9.2 Configuring Cisco Telepresence CTS And Cisco DX650 Endpoints Part 2
Module 10: Configuring Cisco Telepresence TC Endpoints
10.1 Configuring Cisco Telepresence TC Endpoints Part 1
10.2 Configuring Cisco Telepresence TC Endpoints Part 2
10.3 Configuring Cisco Telepresence TC Endpoints Part 3
10.4 Configuring Cisco Telepresence TC Endpoints Part 4
10.5 Configuring Cisco Telepresence TC Endpoints Part 5
10.6 Configuring Cisco Telepresence TC Endpoints Part 6

Module 11: Operating And Troubleshooting Cisco Telepresence Endpoints
11.1 Operating And Troubleshooting Cisco Telepresence Endpoints Part 1
11.2 Operating And Troubleshooting Cisco Telepresence Endpoints Part 2
11.3 Operating And Troubleshooting Cisco Telepresence Endpoints Part 3
11.4 Operating And Troubleshooting Cisco Telepresence Endpoints Part 4
11.5 Operating And Troubleshooting Cisco Telepresence Endpoints Part 5
Part 4: Multipoint Conferencing

Modules 12 to 14

Module 12: Cisco Multipoint Conferencing Solutions
12.1 Cisco Multipoint Conferencing Solutions Part 1
12.2 Cisco Multipoint Conferencing Solutions Part 2
12.3 Cisco Multipoint Conferencing Solutions Part 3
Module 13: Configuring And Monitoring Cisco Multipoint
13.1 Configuring And Monitoring Cisco Multipoint Part 1
13.2 Configuring And Monitoring Cisco Multipoint Part 2
Part 5: Cisco Digital Media Players
Module 14: Cisco DMP Characteristics And Installation
14.1 Cisco DMP Characteristics And Installation Part 1
14.2 Cisco DMP Characteristics And Installation Part 2

Modules 15 to 17

Module 15: Configuring Cisco DMPs
15.1 Configuring Cisco DMPs
Module 16: Managing Cisco Edge 340 DMPs
16.1 Managing Cisco Edge 340 DMPs
16.2 Course Conclusion
Module 17: Labs
17.1 Basic Switch Port Configuration
17.2 Dashboard Options Part 1
17.3 Dashboard Options Part 2
17.4 Preparations For Endpoints Part 1
17.5 Preparations For Endpoints Part 2
17.6 Preparations For Endpoints Part 3
17.7 Preparations For Endpoints Part 4
17.8 Basic Troubleshooting
17.9 Setup TC Endpoint Part 1
17.10 Setup TC Endpoint Part 2
17.11 Setup TC Endpoint Part 3
17.12 Setup TC Endpoint Part 4

Cisco CCNA Wireless

The growth of Cisco Wireless technology has increased demands on
networks and the professionals that support them. Ensuring this technology
is optimally configured, monitored, and supported is paramount to achieving
business outcomes and requires a workforce of skilled wireless
professionals.

This course will take you through the domains that you need to understand and in order to be successful for the CCNA Wireless Certification. Topics like radio frequencies, wireless LAN controllers, access points, site surveys, antennas, and more are covered in the 13 modules for this course.

Prepare for the Cisco 200-355: Implementing Cisco Wireless Network Fundamentals certification and build upon your basic Cisco Wireless LAN’s configuration, monitoring, troubleshooting and support skills for optimal performance of Cisco Wireless networks.

Modules 1 to 4

Module 1: Wireless Basics

1.1 Course And Instructor Introduction
1.2 Wireless Basics Part 1
1.3 Wireless Basics Part 2
1.4 Wireless Basics Part 3
1.5 Wireless Basics Part 4
1.6 Wireless Basics Part 5
1.7 Wireless Basics Part 6

Module 2: Wireless Standards

2.1 Wireless Standards Part 1
2.2 Wireless Standards Part 2
2.3 Wireless Standards Part 3
2.4 Wireless Standards Part 4
2.5 Wireless Standards Part 5

Module 3: Wireless Signals

3.1 Wireless Signals Part 1
3.2 Wireless Signals Part 2

Module 4: Antennas

4.1 Antennas Part 1
4.2 Antennas Part 2
4.3 Antennas Part 3

Modules 5 to 9

Module 5: Topologies

5.1 Topologies Part 1
5.2 Topologies Part 2

Module 6: Frame Types

6.1 Frame Types Part 1
6.2 Frame Types Part 2
6.3 Frame Types Part 3

Module 7: Planning Coverage

7.1 Planning Coverage Part 1
7.2 Planning Coverage Part 2
7.3 Planning Coverage Part 3

Module 8: Architectures

8.1 Architectures Part 1
8.2 Architectures Part 2
8.3 Architectures Part 3

Module 9: Stand Alone And Cloud Deployments

9.1 Stand Alone And Cloud Deployments Part 1
9.2 Stand Alone And Cloud Deployments Part 2

Modules 10 to 14

Module 10: Controller Based Deployment

10.1 Controller Based Deployment Part 1
10.2 Controller Based Deployment Part 2
10.3 Controller Based Deployment Part 3

Module 11: Controller Discovery

11.1 Controller Discovery Part 1
11.2 Controller Discovery Part 2
11.3 Controller Discovery Part 3

Module 12: Roaming

12.1 Roaming Part 1
12.2 Roaming Part 2

Module 13: Radio Resource Management

13.1 Radio Resource Management Part 1
13.2 Radio Resource Management Part 2
13.3 Radio Resource Management Part 3

Module 14: Wireless Security

14.1 Wireless Security Part 1
14.2 Wireless Security Part 2
14.3 Wireless Security Part 3

Modules 15 to 20

Module 15: WLAN Configuration

15.1 WLAN Configuration

Module 16: Guest Networks

16.1 Guest Networks

Module 17: Client Connectivity

17.1 Client Connectivity Part 1
17.2 Client Connectivity Part 2

Module 18: Managing Wireless

18.1 Managing Wireless Part 1
18.2 Managing Wireless Part 2

Module 19: Interference

19.1 Interference Part 1
19.2 Interference Part 2

Module 20: Troubleshooting

20.1 Troubleshooting Part 1
20.2 Troubleshooting Part 2
20.3 Course Conclusion

Implementing Cisco Collaboration Devices (CICD)

This course focuses on providing the skills and knowledge necessary to implement Cisco Collaboration and UC Solutions. We cover administration of end-user interfaces, telephony and mobility features, and Cisco UC solutions maintenance. This course covers several video labs of the day to day administration of a Cisco UC solution, and shows candidates step by step procedures to complete the common tasks associated with the day-to-day administration of a Cisco Collaboration solution while preparing for the CICD exam

Module 1: Introducing Cisco Collaboration Architecture

1.1 Course Introduction
1.2 Introducing Cisco Collaboration Architecture Part 1„
1.3 Introducing Cisco Collaboration Architecture Part 2
1.4 Small To MidSize Business Part 1
1.5 Small To MidSize Business Part 2
1.6 Small To MidSize Business Part 3
1.7 Cisco Unified Communications Manager Part 1
1.8 Cisco Unified Communications Manager Part 2
1.9 Cisco Unified Communications Manager Part 3
1.10 Cisco Unified Connection
1.11 Lab Introduction

Module 2: Telephony And Call Routing

2.1 Telephony 101 Part 1
2.2 Telephony 101 Part 2
2.3 Telephony 101 Part 3
2.4 Telephony 101 Part 4
2.5 Telephony 101 Part 5
2.6 Telephony 101 Part 6
2.7 Call Routing101 Part 1
2.8 Call Routing101 Part 2
2.9 VoIP Call Routing 101
2.10 Call Routing With DNS
2.11 Deployment Scenarios Part 1
2.12 Deployment Scenarios Part 2
2.13 Deployment Scenarios Part 3
2.14 Gateway Call Routing Basics Part 1
2.15 Gateway Call Routing Basics Part 2
2.16 Gateway Call Routing Basics Part 3
2.17 Gateway Call Routing Basics Part 4
2.18 Configuring The Gateway Lab Part 1
2.19 Configuring The Gateway Lab Part 2

Module 3: Preparing The Network And Phone Behavior

3.1 Preparing The Network For Voices Part 1
3.2 Preparing The Network For Voices Part 2

3.3 IP Phone Behavior
3.4 Configuring The LAN Lab
3.5 Standing Up The Platform Lab
3.6 Using OVA Templates To Deploy CUCMCUCIMP Lab Part 1
3.7 Using OVA Templates To Deploy CUCMCUCIMP Lab Part 2
3.8 Using OVA Templates To Deploy CUCMCUCIMP Lab Part 3
3.9 Using OVA Templates To Deploy CUCMCUCIMP Lab Part 4
3.10 Using OVA Templates To Deploy CUCMCUCIMP Lab Part 5
3.11 Using OVA Templates To Deploy CUCMCUCIMP Lab Part 6
3.12 Using OVA Templates To Deploy CUCMCUCIMP Lab Part 7
3.13 Using OVA Templates To Deploy Prime Collaboration Provisioning Lab Part 1
3.14 Using OVA Templates To Deploy Prime Collaboration Provisioning Lab Part 2

Module 4: CUCM Administration Interfaces

4.1 CUCM Administration Interfaces Part 1
4.2 CUCM Administration Interfaces Part 2
4.3 CUCM Stand Up
4.4 CUCM Stand Up Lab
4.5 End User Interfaces
4.6 End User Configuration Lab
4.7 AD Integration Lab
4.8 End Point Implementation Part 1
4.9 End Point Implementation Part 2
4.10 IMP Integration Lab
4.11 CUC Integration Lab Part 1
4.12 CUC Integration Lab Part 2
4.13 IP Communicator Lab
4.14 Profiles And Templates Lab
4.15 CUCME Phone Configuration
4.16 Configuring CUCME Lab Part 1
4.17 Configuring CUCME Lab Part 2
4.18 CUCM EndUser Portal Lab
4.19 Configuring CUCM Phones From Scratch
4.20 Configuring Cisco SX20 Codec Part 1
4.21 Configuring Cisco SX20 Codec Part 2

Module 5: Call Configuration

5.1 Advanced Call Coverage Part 1
5.2 Advanced Call Coverage Part 2
5.3 Advanced Call Coverage Part 3
5.4 Call Coverage Lab Part 1
5.5 Call Coverage Lab Part 2
5.6 Call Coverage Lab Part 3
5.7 Call Coverage Lab Part 4
5.8 Call Coverage Lab Part 5
5.9 Calling Constrictions And COS Part 1
5.10 Calling Constrictions And COS Part 2
5.11 Implementing Class Of Control Lab Part 1
5.12 Implementing Class Of Control Lab Part 2
5.13 Connecting To The PSTN Part 1
5.14 Configuring Voice Gateway Features Lab Part 1
5.15 Configuring Voice Gateway Features Lab Part 2
5.16 Configuring Voice Gateway Features Lab Part 3
5.17 Connecting To The PSTN Part 2
5.18 PSTN Calling And Digit Manipulation Lab Part 1
5.19 PSTN Calling And Digit Manipulation Lab Part 2
5.20 PSTN Dial Plan Configuration Lab Part 1
5.21 PSTN Dial Plan Configuration Lab Part 2
5.22 Course Conclusion

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Full Cisco Course Library: Cisco CCENT, Cisco CCNA, Cisco CCNP Route, Cisco CCNP Switch, Cisco CCNP TSHOOT, Cisco CCNA Security, Cisco CCNA Wireless, Cisco CCNA Collaboration, Cisco CCNA Video Network Devices

Course Code

Cisco 200-355: Implementing Cisco Wireless Network Fundamentals, cisco-210-060-365, cisco-210-065-365, cisco-210-260-365, cisco-ccnp-route-365, cisco-ccnp-switch-365, cisco-ccnp-tshoot-365, cisco-icnd-100-105-v3-r16-365, cisco-icnd-200-105-v3-r16-365

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Hours

172

Access

12 Months

Prior courses / experience needed

No previous experience required. Open to everyone

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Exams not included

Practise Lab Available

Related Practise Labs available but not included in this package

Part of a Badge with multiple courses

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This is the Full Cisco Catalogue Library

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Package

Full Cisco Course Library: Cisco CCENT, Cisco CCNA, Cisco CCNP Route, Cisco CCNP Switch, Cisco CCNP TSHOOT, Cisco CCNA Security, Cisco CCNA Wireless, Cisco CCNA Collaboration, Cisco CCNA Video Network Devices

Course Code

Cisco 200-355: Implementing Cisco Wireless Network Fundamentals, cisco-210-060-365, cisco-210-065-365, cisco-210-260-365, cisco-ccnp-route-365, cisco-ccnp-switch-365, cisco-ccnp-tshoot-365, cisco-icnd-100-105-v3-r16-365, cisco-icnd-200-105-v3-r16-365

Awarded By

CISCO (Exams not included)

Hours

172

Access

12 Months

Prior courses / experience needed

No previous experience required. Open to everyone

Exam Code

Exams not included

Practise Lab Available

Related Practise Labs available but not included in this package

Part of a Badge with multiple courses

This package contains 9 courses. Within these 9 courses there are various badges you can obtain once taking the associated exam with each course (exams not included)

Included In Bundles

This is the Full Cisco Catalogue Library