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91 Videos (11h 23m)
    • S1L1 Intro to Course

      7:22
    • S2L2 Intro to Section 2

      1:08
    • S2L3 Role of Routing

      5:21
    • S2L4 which Routing Protocol should I use?

      6:09
    • S2L5 Int

      2:58
    • S2L6 Diff categories of routing protocols

      5:05
    • S2L7 Summary of Section 2 (U)

      2:36
    • S3L8 Intro to Section 3 (U)

      3:10
    • S3L9 Network Traffic Types (U)

      9:46
    • S3L10 Network Architecture Types (U)

      5:47
    • S3L11 Summary of Section 3 (U)

      1:50
    • S4L12 Intro to Section 4 (U)

      1:28
    • S4L13 Characteristics of an IP(U)

      9:25
    • S4L14 A Review on Routing (U)

      5:31
    • S4L15 Characteristics of TCP (U)

      6:40
    • S4L16 Characteristics of UDP (U)

      3:47
    • S4L17 Summary of Setion 4 (U)

      1:43
    • S5L18 Intro to Section 5 (U)

      1:03
    • S5L19 Routing Protocol Changes (U)

      4:43
    • S5L20 Migrating to IPv6 (U)

      10:09
    • S5L21 STP Migration (U)

      10:21
    • S5L22 Migrating to Virtual Networking (U)

      7:37
    • S5L23 Summary of Section 5 (U)

      1:36
    • S6L24 Intro to Section 6 (U)

      1:57
    • S6L25 MPLS Based VPN

      6:35
    • S6L26 Summary of Section 6 (U)

      2:01
    • S7L27 Intro to Section 7 (U)

      2:36
    • S7L28 Layer 2 MPLS VPN Lab (U)

      24:06
    • S7L29 Layer 3 MPLS VPN Lab (U)

      24:21
    • S7L30 GRE Tunnel Labs (U)

      6:35
    • S7L31 Summary of Section 7 (U)

      4:03
    • S8L32 Intro to Section 8 (U)

      1:25
    • S8L33 DMVPN (U)

      11:10
    • S8L34 MultiPoint GRE (U)

      6:33
    • S8L35 NHRP (U)

      4:39
    • S8L36 Security using IPSec (U)

      15:04
    • S8L37 Summary of Section (U)

      6:05
    • S9L38 Intro to Section 9 (U)

      1:26
    • S9L39 the beginning of IP addresses (U)

      7:39
    • S9L40 IPv4 to IPv6 (U)

      5:42
    • S9L41 Types of IPv6 Addresses (U)

      10:52
    • S9L42 Configuring an IPv6 Address (U)

      18:28
    • S9L43 Using the RIPng Lab (U)

      12:08
    • S9L44 Summary of Section 9 (U)

      3:27
    • S10L45 Intro to Section 10 (U)

      1:05
    • S10L46 The basics of EIGRP (U)

      6:22
    • S10L47 Creating Neigbors using EIGRP (U)

      11:46
    • S10L48 Neighborships over WAN (U)

      14:45
    • S10L49 Summary of Section (U)

      2:59
    • S11L50 intro to Section 11

      2:52
    • S11L51 Building the EIGRP topology table

      12:37
    • S11L52 Building the IP Routing Table

      9:56
    • S11L53 Optimizing EIGRP Convergence

      14:19
    • S11L54 Route Filtering (U)

      19:33
    • S11L55 Summary of Section 11 (U)

      2:34
    • S12L56 Intro to Section 12 (U)

      1:00
    • S12L57 EIGRP for IPv6 (U)

      10:25
    • S12L58 Named EIGRP (U)

      13:19
    • S12L59 Summary of Section 12 (U)

      0:51
    • S13L60 Intro to Section 13

      1:18
    • S13L61 OSPF Review

      16:49
    • S13L62 OSPF Neighbors and adjacencies on LAN's

      3:43
    • S13L63 Virtual Links Lab

      16:27
    • S13L64 Summary of Section 13

      1:34
    • S14L65 Intro to Section 14 (U)

      1:25
    • S14L66 Route Filtering Lab (U)

      12:21
    • S14L67 OSPF Route Summarization (U)

      10:24
    • S14L68 Default route and stub areas (U)

      14:34
    • S14L69 OSPFv3 (U)

      18:45
    • S14L70 Summary of Section 14 (U)

      2:30
    • S15L71 Intro to Section 15 (U)

      1:34
    • S15L72 Route Redistribution Basics (U)

      6:24
    • S15L73 Redistribution B:W EIGRP and OSPF

      14:37
    • S15L74 Redistribution route maps with DL's (U)

      20:45
    • S15L75 Summary of Section 15 (U)

      2:20
    • S16L76 Intro to Section 16

      1:06
    • S16L77 Policy Base Routing

      13:09
    • S16L78 IP Service Level Agreement

      15:35
    • S16L79 Summary of Section 16

      0:55
    • S17L80 Intro to Section 17

      1:53
    • S17L81 Intro to BGP

      14:12
    • S17L82 External and Internal BGP

      25:42
    • S17L83 Verifying the BGP Table

      2:31
    • S17L84 Summary of Section 17

      4:42
    • S18L85 Intro to Section 18

      0:59
    • S18L86 Authentication Methods

      6:28
    • S18L87 EIGRP Authentication

      12:00
    • S18L88 OSPF Authentication

      9:41
    • S18L89 BGP Authentication

      6:55
    • S18L90 Summary of Section 18

      1:30
    • S19L91 Summary of Course

      4:04

About This Class

The CCNP Route 300-101 certification is your next step in your professional Cisco Career. When you complete this course you should be well prepared to take your certification exam and begin to join the professional world of Cisco Systems.
This certification not only is a mild stone in your IT career but it is heavily sought after my companies that require a higher level of routing.
This is your first of three exams you must take to earn your CCNP, but it will be worth it.
You will know advanced topics within TCP/IP, Routing Protocols IGP or EGP, how to configure Security using Time Based Access-list, Infrastructure Access-lists and IPsec.
You will learn how to filter routes, create prefix lists, this course will give the knowledge required no only for your exam but real world answers as well.

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Lazaro Diaz

Cisco & Microsoft Instructor

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If you are tired of the same old methods of learning and want someone that is pretty much unconventional, but at the same time will provide you with an enjoyable learning experience in layman's terms...then please preview my courses and you will discover that I am your guy.

I am a Network Engineer with over 13+ years in the field and in the teaching industry. I hold the following certifications: CCNA, CCNA Security, CCNA Voice, Security+, Network+, A+, MCP, MCTS & MOS and I just passed the first of two test for the CCIE! My teaching experience stems from teaching at institutions like Palm Beach Community College, New Horizons, Florida Career College (now Anthem College) and The Academy of South Florida, not to mention teaching at my own training facility in Miami, Florida.

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I have taught corporate employees at MetroPCS (now T-Mobil) and have also taught IT professionals of companies like The Florida Marlins, Hospital personnel & Attorney's firms amongst others to be able to acquire their CCNA certification and/or their Microsoft certifications; like the MOS (Microsoft Office Specialist). YES!...I am also an applications instructor and also teach Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access.

I teach in an unconventional way that allows for students to understand the subject matter and can therefore, not only prepare them for a Cisco and/or Microsoft certification exam, but apply my methods in the real world. I strive to give the student a greater opportunity to compete in the current job markets. Do I go above and beyond what is needed for a certification?...YES, I do!...because it's not only about getting a certification, it's also about making sure the student is prepared for a job interview and/or maintaining their current job by enhancing their skills. This is where I step in and make sure that the student is prepared for whatever they need and make them an asset to their employer. Everyone has different requirements and I make sure, or at least I try, to provide information for most scenarios.

My classes and/or courses are very simple and that's how I like to teach. If things are kept simple, easy and explained in a way that the student can grasp quickly and retain the information...then I have achieved my goal!

For those that do not know me yet, you may not be used to my style of teaching, but you will soon get accustomed to it :)... I'm very laid back, I try to make learning fun and I teach in layman's terms...no physics jargon or mumbo jumbo in my teachings. My courses are very interactive and extremely dynamic!...you will not find my lectures monotone or boring, because falling asleep, for lack of excitement, is just NOT an option. Just take a look for yourself at my video previews, which I always provide on ALL my UDEMY courses, so you can determine if I'm the right guy to help you get your industry specific certifications. ;)

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Laz

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Motivational Evangelist, Author,

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