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CCNA Routing & Switching Complete Bundle


Course Description

The CCNA Routing & Switching Complete Bundle provides everything you need to study, practice and pass your CCNA R&S exam as well as teach you the fundamentals of many of the associated technologies you will use in your role as a Network Engineer Including;

- Automation with Ansible

- Python Programing

- Shell Scripting

- Java, Vagrant, Linux

- Wireshark  

AND Practice Rack Rental Tokens

At a $1,400 value, the complete bundle truly provides everything you need to take your career to the next level.

This complete bundle includes:

 

During this interactive session, we discused the basics of networking with a live demonstration of the setup of a wired network. Step-by-step, we will take you through the process of laying out, wiring and interconnecting the hardware components of a basic network. Questions were answered throughout the demonstration.

In this session, INE instructor Keith Bogart will provide an Overview of the CCNA Routing and Switching exam, as well as identify some resources you can use in your study and preparation for these exams. Topics to be covered include: The value of Certifications, Typical Salary Ranges for Network Engineers, Different way to obtain your CCNA: ICND1/ICND2 and the CCNAX Composite exams, CCNA Route/Switch Exam overview, Time allotted for completion, What is a passing score?

Keith Bogart, CCIE #4923 walks you through the full range of topics on the CCENT ICND1 100-105 exam, including Networking Fundamentals, LAN Switching Fundamentals, Routing Fundamentals, Infrastructure Services and Infrastructure Maintenance. Many of the levels include hands-on lab demonstrations, allowing you to follow along with the material step by step. While you learn about topics on the exam, you will also actively engage with the technology and build your experience base. The course is designed for students who are new to networking as well as students who want to renew their CCENT certifications. The videos contained in this product provide you more than 20 hours of instruction.

Instructor and CCIE Keith Bogart walks you through the full range of topics on the CCNA ICND2 200-105 exam, including LAN Switching Technologies, Routing Technologies WAN Technologies, Infrastructure Services and Infrastructure Maintenance. Many of the levels include hands-on lab demonstrations, allowing you to follow along with the material step by step. While you learn about topics on the exam, you will also actively engage with the technology and build your experience base. The course is designed for students who have already watched the ICND1 video series or have equivalent experience. The videos contained in this product provide you more than 20 hours of instruction. During several of the recorded modules, the instructor provides quiz questions and opportunities to pause the video, answer the questions, and resume, to help assess your knowledge.

Whether you are pursuing your Cisco CCNA Certification, or just need a refresher on IPv4 addressing and subnetting, this is the course for you. This course covers the very early days of the ARPANET and why TCP/IP was first developed. It then goes into details about the evolution of IP addresses from when only the first byte was considered the “network”, to Classfull Addressing, to Subnetting, VLSM and CIDR. IPv4 address Summarization and Supernetting also included. As an extra bonus, these videos contain many “quiz” slides and their associated answers giving you the opportunity to pause the videos, answer the quiz, and then verify your answers.

This course takes up where the CCNA videos on Access-Lists left off. Assuming that you are familiar with the basic concepts of Access-Lists, in this course you will learn about more advanced features of ACLs including; creative use of Layer-4 and Layer-5 matching options in ACLs, matching on TCP “established” flows, Reflexive ACLs, Dynamic ACLs, Time-Based ACLs, using Object-Groups within ACLs, and Access-List logging options.

CompTIA’s Network+ certification is a vendor-neutral, intermediate-level accreditation designed to test the competency of network technicians in supporting and configuring TCP/IP clients. The certified technician is knowledgeable in the areas of network design, cabling, hardware setup, configuration requirements, installation, and troubleshooting and support. This video course download contains over 26 hours of training and is designed to help you prepare for the Network+ exam. You will learn how to install, maintain, troubleshoot, and support a network. You will gain an understanding of and appreciation for various aspects of networking, such as the TCP/IP and OSI models, including the primary networking protocols and their position in the network-communications hierarchy. You will also build on your knowledge of network components and understand where they function in that hierarchy.

Ansible is quickly becoming the automation tool of choice for networking. Unlike other automation framework such as Puppet and Chef, it does not require agents to be installed on the device to work. But how does the network engineer go from Ansible zero to one? This course aims to demystifying Ansible and get you up and running.

This course will provide a gentle introduction to programming concepts and will cover the benefits of learning how to program, why Python is a great language to learn, and the software development lifecycle at a very high level. The course will also cover a brief history of past methods of automated interactions with network hardware, and compare those methods with more modern methods available today, such as NETCONF as well as embedded Python interpreters in network hardware operating systems. This course is based on Python Release 2.7.

This course is designed specifically to introduce both new and experienced professional network engineers to Bash shell scripting on the Linux operating system. The course picks up where Linux Fundamentals for Network Engineers left off and takes a deeper dive into the concepts and constructs of Bash shell programming, as well as how to leverage powerful Linux tools like awk/nawk/gawk, sed, grep/egrep, and Expect. Real-world examples demonstrate the incredible power of the Bash shell as a scripting language.

This course provides an introduction to programming methods and tools using Java. It introduces core programming concepts, core principles of writing in an object-oriented language, and the software development lifecycle at a very high level. Examples focus on writing applications for dynamically configurable network hardware and include connecting to devices, classifying and filtering traffic, and logging. This course is based on Java 1.7.0.

Vagrant is an automation tool for building development environments and simplifying workflow that helps reduce setup time and allows you to virtualize configurations for various projects. This course, featuring nearly 5 hours of instruction, provides an introduction to Vagrant and its benefits, as well as an overview of how Vagrant works. We will also explore some common CLI commands, set up virtual machines to provision Vagrantfiles, and learn about provisioning through Shell, Puppet, Ansible, and Salt—as well as KVM, EC-2, and VMware.

This course is designed specifically to introduce both new and experienced professional network engineers to the Linux operating system and environment. The course begins with a comprehensive overview of Linux and quickly dives into the fundamentals of the CLI with real-world examples that demonstrate critical Linux concepts like the Bash shell interactive user interface, utilities, and the hierarchical Linux file system structure. With that solid foundation established, we progress to system and file security, user interface customization with the Bash shell, file editing, and system and network administration tasks, and take a brief look at the power of Bash shell scripting and how it can be leveraged from a network administrator perspective. This course will fully prepare attendees to continue on to the Shell Scripting Fundamentals for Network Engineers course.

This course, taught by bestselling author and trainer Robert Shimonski, is designed to provide network administrators with the practical skills needed to solve problems, analyze data, view the inner workings of packets, and perform advanced configurations to solve tough issues.

Join INE’s own Brian McGahan – 4 x CCIE & CCDE – and Cisco’s Virtual Internet Routing Labs (VIRL) development team for a one hour webinar on using INE & VIRL for CCNA, CCNP, and CCIE Preparation. In this webinar Brian will be discussing and demonstrating how Cisco’s VIRL can be used for CCNA, CCNP, and CCIE preparation in Routing & Switching, Service Provider, Security, and Data Center technology tracks.

The CCNA Routing & Switching certification practice exams will help make your test-preparation process complete. Multiple-choice questions are based on the topics on the CCENT/CCNA ICND1 100-105 and CCNA 200-125 Exam Topics v3 blueprints and will test your knowledge across a broad spectrum of CCNA-level Routing & Switching technologies. The practice exams includes frequent screenshots of router console output, topology diagrams, and debugging output, as well as video walkthroughs of each question that explain each answer in detail.

The CCNA Routing & Switching certification practice exams will help make your test-preparation process complete. Multiple-choice questions are based on the topics on the CCENT/CCNA ICND1 100-105 and CCNA 200-125 Exam Topics v3 blueprints and will test your knowledge across a broad spectrum of CCNA-level Routing & Switching technologies. The practice exams includes frequent screenshots of router console output, topology diagrams, and debugging output, as well as video walkthroughs of each question that explain each answer in detail.

INE's ICND2 Workbook is an essential tool as part of your preparations for pursuing your CCNA certification. The sections and tasks within this workbook are designed to give you hands-on experience with many of the topics covered in the ICND2 200-105 Certification Exam. Using Cisco's free Packet Tracer software, you'll be able to practice a wide variety of subjects including VLANs, Spanning-Tree, EIGRP, IPv6, Access-Lists and more!  

*This workbook utilizes Packet Tracer (free), & not INE's Racks.

INE offers rack rentals that support all of our self-paced and instructor-led product lines, including Routing & Switching, Data Center, Collaboration, Security, and Service Provider. In addition to 24-hour hardware support, INE rack rentals come with simplified scheduling and advanced management control and utilize the same hardware and software used in the actual lab exams.


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A CCNA certification, along with experience, can often be a deciding factor in hiring decisions for many valuable positions in network engineering.

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