Cisco

CCT Routing & Switching Technologies: 640-692 RSTECH

Keith Bogart
Keith Bogart
CCIE #4923

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Course Description
This course is designed to assist learners preparing for their Cisco Certified Technician Routing and Switching (CCT Routing and Switching) certification, specifically for exam 640-692 RSTECH. We will focus on the skills required for onsite support and maintenance of Cisco routers, switches, and operating environments. These videos will help you identify Cisco router and switch models, accessories, cabling, and interfaces; understand the Cisco IOS Software operating modes and identify commonly found software; and be able to use the Cisco Command Line Interface (CLI) to connect and service products (among many other topics). Achieving CCT Routing and Switching certification is considered the best foundation for supporting other Cisco devices and systems.
  • Course
    • 1.0 Identify Cisco Equipment and Related Hardware
      • Introduction
      • Identifying Interfaces on Cisco Devices
      • Identify the Cabling on Cisco Equipment
      • Identify Cisco Products by Logo Marking and Model Number
      • Identify and Locate the Serial Number of Cisco Products
      • Identify and describe the Commonly used Components
      • Describe Common Terms Related to Hardware Memory in Cisco Routers and Switches
    • 2.0 Describe Cisco IOS Software Operation
      • Intro to Cisco IOS and CatOS
      • Copying Config Files
      • Basic Cisco IOS Software Commands
      • The Configuration Register
      • Performing Password Recovery
      • Upgrade Procedure for Cisco IOS
    • 3.0 General Networking Knowledge
      • Basic Hardware Functionality
      • What is an IP Address and Subnet
      • Differentiating Layer-2 Technologies
      • Describing FTP, TFTP, Telnet, SSH and Ping :: Part 1
      • Describing FTP, TFTP, Telnet, SSH and Ping :: Part 2
      • Telco Termination Points and CSU/DSUs
      • Common Problems at Layer-1 and Layer-2 :: Part 1
      • Common Problems at Layer-1 and Layer-2 :: Part 2
      • Understanding the OSI Model
      • Explaining Data Flows Using the OSI & TCP/IP Models
    • 4.0 Service-related Knowledge
      • Using Terminal Emulators & Text Editors
      • Connecting Laptops to Network Interfaces
      • Connecting Modems to Console Ports
      • Identifying Loopback Plugs
      • Identifying Null Modem Cables
      • Using TFTP Servers
Course Outline:
  • Course
    • 1.0 Identify Cisco Equipment and Related Hardware
      • Introduction
      • Identifying Interfaces on Cisco Devices
      • Identify the Cabling on Cisco Equipment
      • Identify Cisco Products by Logo Marking and Model Number
      • Identify and Locate the Serial Number of Cisco Products
      • Identify and describe the Commonly used Components
      • Describe Common Terms Related to Hardware Memory in Cisco Routers and Switches
    • 2.0 Describe Cisco IOS Software Operation
      • Intro to Cisco IOS and CatOS
      • Copying Config Files
      • Basic Cisco IOS Software Commands
      • The Configuration Register
      • Performing Password Recovery
      • Upgrade Procedure for Cisco IOS
    • 3.0 General Networking Knowledge
      • Basic Hardware Functionality
      • What is an IP Address and Subnet
      • Differentiating Layer-2 Technologies
      • Describing FTP, TFTP, Telnet, SSH and Ping :: Part 1
      • Describing FTP, TFTP, Telnet, SSH and Ping :: Part 2
      • Telco Termination Points and CSU/DSUs
      • Common Problems at Layer-1 and Layer-2 :: Part 1
      • Common Problems at Layer-1 and Layer-2 :: Part 2
      • Understanding the OSI Model
      • Explaining Data Flows Using the OSI & TCP/IP Models
    • 4.0 Service-related Knowledge
      • Using Terminal Emulators & Text Editors
      • Connecting Laptops to Network Interfaces
      • Connecting Modems to Console Ports
      • Identifying Loopback Plugs
      • Identifying Null Modem Cables
      • Using TFTP Servers

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