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CCNA 2019 200-125 Video Boot Camp With Chris Bryant

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Please note:  The  last day to take the CCNA 200-125 exam is February 23, 2020.    

My CCNA Video Boot Camp is totally refreshed for the latest version of the exam, and every video in this course (and all my courses) is fully downloadable, which allows you to study any time, anywhere — on YOUR schedule.

That includes my famous subnetting material and my BGP material — and I’ll make BGP clearer for you than any other instructor or course in the world.  You have my guarantee on that.

Sign up now and earn the two most important Cisco certifications there are for one low price — and join over 90,000 students in preparing for success in the exam room and in real-world networking.

You receive immediate, full access to all 27+ hours of the course, and you can stream them or download them anytime you like.

From my unbeatable, trick-free methods of teaching you how to perform binary, hex, and decimal conversions all the way through tough OSPF and EIGRP configs, you’ll see it all right here on LIVE Cisco routers and switches – and you can watch every single session as often as you like.

Thanks for making The Bryant Advantage part of your CCNA success story! Let’s get started on your CCNA! 

Chris Bryant

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CCNA 200-125, ICND1, Sec 1: Supermodels! (Network Supermodels, That Is)

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Network Fund. 1: Why We Network (And Real-World Success Tips)
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Network Fund. 2: The OSI Model
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Network Fund. 3: The TCP/IP Model (And Real-World Success Tips)

CCNA 200-125, ICND1, Sec. 2: Ethernet And Cabling

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Physical 1: Ethernet Standards
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Physical 2: Cable Types
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Physical 3: The Fields Of Ethernet

CCNA 200-125, ICND1, Sec. 3: Hubs, History, and Why Hubs Are History

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1: Why Hubs Came, Why They Left
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2: Bridges, Switches, and Logical Segmentation
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3: Building The MAC Table, Part 1
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4: Building The MAC Table, Part 2
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5: Frame Processing, Hex Conversions, and Breaking Down MAC Addresses
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6: Converting Hex Values To Decimal
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7: Decimal-To-Hex Conversion Practice Session

CCNA 200-125, ICND1, Sec 4: Config Modes, IOS Help, Intro To VLANs

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Config 1: Configuration Modes and IOS Help Intro
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Config 2: Exec Timeout, Logging Synch, and the Console Port
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Config 3: VLAN Lab Begins
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Config 4: VLAN Lab Concludes
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Config 5: More VLANs / Erasing The Switch / The VLAN.DAT File
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Config 6: Intro To Trunking
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Config 7: The Trunking Port Modes
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Config 8: Filtering Trunk Traffic On A Per-VLAN Basis

CCNA 200-125, ICND1, Sec. 5: Memories, Boots, and Passwords

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Memory 1: Memory Contents And Boot Processes
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Memory 2: Setup Mode -- One Way In, Two Ways Out
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Memory 3: Enable Secret and Enable Password
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Memory 4: Console Port Protection With One Password
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Memory 5: Console Port Protection With Username / PW Database
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Memory 6: Port Security Success Fundamentals
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Memory 7: Port Security Options
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Memory 8: Port Security Static Lab Begins
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Memory 9: Port Security Static Lab Concludes
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Memory 10: Port Security Dynamic Learning Lab
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Memory 11: Port Security Sticky Addresses / Errdisable Recovery Command

CCNA 200-125, ICND1: IP Addressing, Binary, and Intro To Routing

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Routing 1: IP Addresses, Subnet Masks, and Binary Conversions
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Routing 2: The Public IP Address Classes
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Routing 3: The Private IP Address Classes
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Routing 4: Connected Routes Walkthrough
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Routing 5: Static Route Walkthrough

CCNA 200-125, ICND1: Switches, Default Gateways, Telnet, And More!

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Sec 7/1: Introduction To SVIs
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Sec 7/2: Creating A Non-Default SVI
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Sec 7/3: Telnet Labs Begin
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Sec 7/4: Telnet Labs End
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Sec 7/5: Autonegotiation
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Sec 7/6: Slashes and Console Port Options
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Sec 7/7: The Description and Interface Range Commands

CCNA 200-125, ICND1: TCP and UDP

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Sec 8/1: "TCP Good, UDP Bad"?
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Sec 8/2: The Comparison Continues
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Sec 8/3: Multiplexing and Intro To Port Numbers

CCNA 200-125, ICND1: DHCP, DNS, And ARP

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Sec. 9/1: DNS And ARP
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Sec. 9/2: DHCP Fun(damentals)

CCNA 200-125, ICND1: Static Routing, Pings, And Hub-And-Spoke Networks

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Sec 10/1: Lab Topology, Pings, And HAS Networking
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Sec 10/2: Lab Continues; Intro To "Debug IP Packet"
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Sec 10/3: Lab Continues, Host Static Routing
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Sec 10/4: Lab Continues, Default Static Routing
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Sec 10/5: Default Routes Are Beautiful (Sometimes)

CCNA 200-125, ICND1: Distance Vector In General, RIPv2 In Particular

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Sec 11/1: Intro To Distance Vector Protocols
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Sec 11/2: Split Horizon and Poison Reverse
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Sec 11/3: RIP Lab Begins
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Sec 11/4: RIP Lab Continues
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Sec 11/5: RIP Lab Concludes
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Sec 11/6: The Dangers of Autosummarization
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Sec 11/7: The Cure for Autosummarization
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Sec 11/8: Passive Interfaces
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Sec 11/9: Administrative Distances
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Sec 11/10: Fun With RIP Load Balancing
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Sec 11/11: More RIP Load Balancing, Intro To Traceroute
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Sec 11/12: Version Mismatches and Debugging Tips
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Sec 11/13: Floating Static Route Lab Begins
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Sec 11/14: Floating Static Route Lab Continues
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Sec 11/15: Originating A Default Route With RIP

CCNA 200-125, ICND 1 and 2 -- Subnetting Success!

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Subnet 1: The Whys, Ins, and Outs of Subnetting
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Subnet 2: Decimal-to-Binary Conversions, Single Value Example
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Subnet 3: Decimal-to-Binary Conversions, Dotted Decimal Example
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Subnet 4: Binary-to-Decimal Conversions
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Subnet 5: Number Of Valid Subnets -- Classic Approach
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Subnet 6: Number Of Valid Subnets -- Bulldog Approach
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Subnet 7: Number Of Valid Hosts
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Subnet 8: Finding The Subnet Of An IP Address
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Subnet 9: Determining The Broadcast Address and Valid Address Range
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Subnet 10: At Last! Doing The Actual Subnetting Ourselves!

CCNA 200-125, ICND 1: Access Lists

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ACL 1: Access List Rules
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ACL 2: Wildcard Masks Made Easy
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ACL 3: Standard ACL Lab Begins
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ACL 4: Standard ACL Lab Concludes
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ACL 5: Extended ACL Lab
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