Course Features Overview

Trainonic CCNA R&S 200-125 : Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices online training provides comprehensive knowledge and skills required to install, operate, configure, verify and troubleshoot small networks. Lays the perfect foundation for commencing your career in Networking. Provides wonderful preparation for CCNA 200-125 Certification exam.

  • Course Designed by Industry Experts & Certified Trainers

  • 100 % Practical Oriented Courses

  • 320+ Videos with Extensive Lab Demonstrations

  • 30+ Hours of Training

  • Life Time Access to Video Lectures

  • 100+ Online Practice Questions

  • Access to Trainonic Networking Professionals Community

  • Trainonic Certificate on Course Completion

  • Why should you take this course?

    Take this course to build a solid foundation for your career in networking domain. Meticulous preparation for CCNA R&S 200-125 Certification Exam.

  • What you will learn in this course?

    You will learn the fundamentals of Networks, LAN switching technologies, Routing technologies IPv4 & IPv6, WAN technologies, Infrastructure services, security and management.

  • Who should take this course?

    Candidates commencing their career in Networking, Network Engineers, Network Support Engineers, CCNA Certification Aspirants

Course curriculum

  • 3

    Understanding OSI Model

    • OSI Model Introduction

    • Physical Layer

    • Data Link Layer

    • Network Layer

    • Transport Layer

    • Session Layer

    • Presentation Layer

    • Application Layer

    • Understanding Encapsulation & Decapsulation

  • 4

    Understanding TCP/IP

    • TCP/IP Introduction

    • Physical Layer and Data Link Layer

    • Internet Layer

    • Transport Layer

    • Application Layer Protocols Part - 1

    • Application Layer Protocols Part - 2

  • 5

    Fundamentals of IPv4 Addressing

    • IP Address and Its Classes

    • IP Address Parts

    • IP Address Types

    • IP Address Styles

  • 6

    Fundamentals of IPv4 Subnetting

    • Subnetting Introduction

    • What Should We Know Before Subnetting

  • 7

    How to Do Class C Subnetting

    • Class C Subnetting at /25

    • Class C Subnetting at /26

    • Class C Subnetting at /27

    • Class C Subnetting at /28

    • Class C Subnetting at /29

    • Class C Subnetting at /30

  • 8

    How to Do Class B Subnetting

    • Class B at /16

    • Class B Subnetting at /17

    • Class B Subnetting at /18

    • Class B Subnetting at /19

    • Class B Subnetting at /20

    • Class B Subnetting at /21

    • Class B Subnetting at /22

    • Class B Subnetting at /23

    • Class B Subnetting at /24

    • Class B Subnetting at /25

    • Class B Subnetting at /26

    • Class B Subnetting at /27

    • Class B Subnetting at /28

    • Class B Subnetting at /29

    • Class B Subnetting at /30

  • 9

    How to Do Class A Subnetting

    • Class A at /8

    • Class A Subnetting at /9

    • Class A Subnetting at /10

    • Class A Subnetting at /11

    • Class A Subnetting at /12

    • Class A Subnetting at /13

    • Class A Subnetting at /14

    • Class A Subnetting at /15

    • Class A Subnetting at /16

    • Class A Subnetting at /17

    • Class A Subnetting at /18

    • Class A Subnetting at /19

    • Class A Subnetting at /20

    • Class A Subnetting at /21

    • Class A Subnetting at /22

    • Class A Subnetting at /23

    • Class A Subnetting at /24

    • Class A Subnetting at /25

    • Class A Subnetting at /26

    • Class A Subnetting at /27

    • Class A Subnetting at /28

    • Class A Subnetting at /29

    • Class A Subnetting at /30

  • 10

    Understanding VLSM and Summarization

    • VLSM Introduction

    • Summarization Introduction

  • 11

    Operating Cisco Routers

    • Router Introduction

    • Router Booting Process

    • Router Modes and Hostname

    • How To Check Configuration

    • How To Set Enable Password

    • How To Set Service Password Encryption

    • How To Decrypt Enable Password Using Key Ring

    • How To Decrypt Enable Password Using Internet

    • How To set enable Secret Password

    • How To set Minimum Password Length

    • How To Assign IP to Interface

    • How To Set Console Password

    • How To Login On Console Via Username and Password

    • How To Enable Telnet on Router

    • How To Telnet With Username and Password

    • How To Enable SSH

    • How To Enable HTTP

    • How To Enable HTTPS

    • How To Take IOS Backup Of Router

    • How To Take Running-Config and Startup-Config Backup

    • How To Upgrade Router IOS

    • How To Do Password Recovery of Router

    • How To Configure Router As DNS Server and DNS Client

    • How To Configure Router As DHCP Server and DHCP Client

    • How To Configure Router As NTP Server and NTP Client

  • 12

    Fundamentals of Routing

    • Routing Introduction

    • First Rule of Routing

    • Second Rule of Routing

    • Static Routing Advantages and Disadvantages

    • Default Routing Introduction

    • Dynamic Routing Introduction

    • Routing Protocols and Types

    • Interior Gateway Protocols Introduction and Types

    • Distance Vector Routing Protocols Introduction

    • Link State Routing Protocols Introduction

    • Enhance Distance Vector Routing Protocols Introduction

    • Exterior Gateway Protocols Introduction and Types

    • Classful Addressing and Classless Addressing

    • Classful Routing Protocols and Classless Routing Protocols

    • Metric Introduction

    • Administrative Distance

    • Convergence Time and Summarization

  • 13

    Implementing IPv4 Static Routing and Default Routing

    • Static Routing Lab

    • Default Routing Lab

  • 14

    Fundamentals of Routing Information Protocol (RIP)

    • RIP Introduction and Version

    • Route Poisoning Introduction

    • Poison Reverse Introduction

    • Split-Horizon Introduction

    • RIP Timer Introduction

  • 15

    Configuration and Implementation of RIP

    • RIP Lab Basic

    • RIP Lab Versions 2

    • RIP Lab Passive interface

    • RIP Lab Authentication

    • RIP Lab Send and Receive Versions

    • RIP Lab Timer Changing

    • RIP Lab AD Changing

    • RIP Lab Default Route via Summarization

    • RIP Lab Default Route via IP Default-Network

    • RIP Lab Default Route via Default-Information-Originate

    • RIP Lab Default Route via Redistribution

    • RIP Lab Route Filtering via Offset-list

    • RIP Lab Route Filtering via ACL

    • RIP Lab Route Filtering via Prefix-list

    • RIP Lab Route Filtering via AD

    • RIP Lab Broadcast Update

  • 16

    Fundamentals of Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP)

    • EIGRP Introduction

    • EIGRP Component PDM Introduction

    • EIGRP Component RTP Introduction

    • EIGRP Component NDR Introduction

    • EIGRP Component DUAL Introduction

    • EIGRP Successor Introduction

    • EIGRP Feasible Successor Introduction

    • EIGRP Feasible Successor and Requirements and AD-RD

    • EIGRP Input Event Introduction

    • EIGRP Local Computation Introduction

    • EIGRP Going Active Introduction

    • EIGRP Additional Features Introduction

    • EIGRP Tables Introduction

    • EIGRP Neighborship Requirements Introduction

    • EIGRP Modes Introduction

    • EIGRP Metric and Formula Introduction

    • EIGRP Stub Router Introduction

    • EIGRP Final

  • 17

    Configuration and Implementation of EIGRP

    • EIGRP Initial Config

    • EIGRP Lab Basic

    • EIGRP Lab Passive-Interface

    • EIGRP Lab Authentication

    • EIGRP Lab Hello Timer Changing

    • EIGRP Lab Hold Timer Changing

    • EIGRP Lab Neighbour Table Verification

    • EIGRP Lab Topology Table Verification

    • EIGRP Lab Routing Table Verification

    • EIGRP Lab Equal-Cost Load balancing

    • EIGRP Lab Static Neighbour Ship

    • EIGRP Lab Un-Equal-Cost Load balancing

    • EIGRP Lab Offset-list

    • EIGRP Lab Metrics Tuning

    • EIGRP Lab Max-Path

    • EIGRP Lab Max-Hop

    • EIGRP Lab Over Frame-Relay

    • EIGRP Lab Split-Horizon

    • EIGRP Lab Default Route via Redistribution via Actual Gateway

    • EIGRP Lab Default Route via Null 0

    • EIGRP Lab Default Route via Summarization

    • EIGRP Lab Default Route via IP default-Network

    • EIGRP Lab Default Route via Wild card Command

    • EIGRP Lab Route Filtering via ACL

    • EIGRP Lab Route Filtering via Route-Map

    • EIGRP Lab Route Filtering via Prefix-list

    • EIGRP Lab Route Filtering via AD

    • EIGRP Lab IP Bandwidth Percentage

    • EIGRP Lab Active Timer Disable

    • EIGRP Lab Stub Routers

    • EIGRP Lab Route Summarization

    • EIGRP Route Summarization With Leak-MAP

  • 18

    Fundamentals of Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)

    • OSPF Introduction

    • Difference Between Distance Vector and Link State

    • OSPF Tables and Messages

    • OSPF States

    • OSPF Area and Structures

    • OSPF Priority

    • What are DR and BDR and Why

    • OSPF DR and BDR Requirements

    • OSPF Metric and Formula

    • OSPF Network Types

    • OSPF Hello Interval and Dead Interval in Different Network Types

    • OSPF Router Types

    • OSPF LSA Types

    • OSPF Area Types

    • OSPF Virtual Links

    • OSPF Authentication Types and Summarization Types

    • OSPF Route Types

    • OSPF Seed Metric

    • OSPF Neighbour ship Requirements

  • 19

    Configurations and Implementation of OSPF

    • OSPF Lab Initial Config

    • OSPF Lab Basic

    • OSPF Lab Passive Interface

    • OSPF Lab Hello Interval Changing

    • OSPF Lab Dead Interval Changing

    • OSPF Lab Authentication Plain Text

    • OSPF Lab Authentication MD5

    • OSPF Lab Authentication Null

    • OSPF Lab OSPF Area Authentication

    • OSPF Lab Max-Path

    • OSPF Lab AD Changing

    • OSPF Lab Virtual-link

    • OSPF Lab Virtual-link Authentication

    • OSPF Lab Redistribution with Metric-Type 2

    • OSPF Lab Redistribution with Metric-Type 1

    • OSPF Lab Redistribution with Tagging

    • OSPF Lab External-Summarization

    • OSPF Lab Inter-Area Summarization

    • OSPF Lab Stub Area

    • OSPF Lab Totally Stub Area

    • OSPF Lab NSSA Area

    • OSPF Lab Totally NSSA Area

  • 20

    Fundamentals and Implementation WAN Technologies

    • WAN Introduction

    • HDLC Introduction

    • PPP Introduction

    • Frame-Relay Introduction

    • GRE Introduction and Lab

  • 21

    Fundamentals and Implementation of Basic IPv4 Access Control Lists

    • IOS Firewall Features Introduction

    • IOS Access-list Introduction

    • IOS Standard Access-list Lab

    • IOS Extended Access-list Lab

    • IOS Named Access-list Lab

  • 22

    Fundamentals and Implementation of Advanced IPv4 ACLs and Device Security

    • IOS Time Base Access-list Lab

    • IOS Dynamic Access-list Lab

    • IOS Reflexive Access-list Lab

    • IOS TCP Establish Keyword Access-list Lab

  • 23

    Fundamentals and Implementation of Network Address Translation(NAT)

    • Understanding Network Address Translation(NAT)

    • NAT Lab

    • IOS Static NAT Lab

    • IOS Dynamic NAT Lab

    • IOS Port Address Translation Lab

    • IOS Static PAT Lab

    • IOS Static PAT with Non Standard Port Lab

  • 24

    Fundamentals of Switching

    • Switching and its Functions Introduction

    • Switching Methods Introduction

    • MAC Addresses Types Introduction

    • Broadcast Domain Introduction

    • Collision Domain Introduction

    • CSMA/CD Introduction

  • 25

    Fundamentals and Implementation of Virtual LAN (VLAN)

    • VLAN Introduction

    • Static VLAN Introduction

    • Dynamic VLAN Introduction

    • VLAN Tagging Introduction

    • ISL Introduction

    • 802.1q Introduction

    • Inter-Vlan Routing Lab Via Router on a Stick

    • Inter-Vlan Routing Lab Via SVI

  • 26

    Fundamentals and Implementation of VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP)

    • VTP Introduction

    • VTP Server Mode Introduction

    • VTP Client Mode Introduction

    • VTP Transparent Mode Introduction

    • Default VTP Configuration Introduction

    • VTP Working Introduction

    • VTP Requirements and Versions Introduction

    • VTP Messages Introduction

    • VTP Prunning Introduction

    • DTP Introduction

    • Native VLAN Introduction

    • VTP Lab

  • 27

    Fundamentals and Implementation of Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)

    • STP Introduction

    • STP Tasks Introduction

    • STP BPDU and Types Introduction

    • STP Cost Introduction

    • STP Root Bridge Requirements Introduction

    • STP Root Bridge Election Process Introduction

    • STP DP and RP Requirements and Election Introduction

    • STP Timers Introduction

    • STP Port States Introduction

    • STP Topology Changes Introduction

    • STP Portfast Introduction

    • STP Uplinkfast Introduction

    • STP Backbonefast Introduction

    • STP Lab

    • STP Portfast Lab

    • STP Uplinkfast Lab

    • STP Backbonefast Lab

  • 28

    Fundamentals and Implementation of Ether-Channel

    • Ether-Channel Introduction

    • Ether-Channel Lab

  • 29

    Fundamentals of IP Version 6

    • IPv6 Introduction Part 1

    • IPv6 Introduction Part 2

    • IPv6 Introduction Part 3

  • 30

    Implementing IPv6 Static Routing

    • IPv6 Static Routing Lab

  • 31

    Implementing IPv6 Default Routing

    • IPv6 Default Routing Lab

  • 32

    Implementing IPv6 RIPng

    • IPv6 RIPng Lab

  • 33

    Implementing IPv6 EIGRPv6

    • IPv6 EIGRPv6 Lab

  • 34

    Implementing IPv6 OSPFv3

    • IPv6 OSPFv3 Lab

  • 35

    Fundamentals and Implementation of First Hop Redundancy Protocol (FHRP)

    • What is The Need of First Hop Redundency

    • HSRP Introduction

    • HSRP Lab

    • VRRP Introduction

    • VRRP Lab

    • GLBP Introduction

    • GLBP Lab Initial Configuration

    • GLBP Lab

  • 36

    Implementing Infrastructure Management

    • SPAN Lab

    • RSPAN

    • SNMP Introduction

    • SNMPv1 Lab

    • SNMPv2 Lab

    • SNMPv3 Lab

Instructor(s)

CCIE Security #37094

Baldev Singh

Baldev Singh is highly experienced, subject matter expert in the Network Security Domain. He is a very well-known Senior Technical Instructor and Corporate Trainer. His training specializations are- Cisco ASA Firewalls, VPN Technologies, Identity Services Engine (ISE), Web Security Applications, Access Point, Wireless LAN Controller & Intrusion Prevention System, Fortinet Firewalls.

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