So You Want to be a Network Engineer?

Paul Browning, Cisco Engineer and Internet Entrepreneur

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46 Videos (9h 25m)
    • Introduction

      0:19
    • The Computer - An Overview

      12:46
    • Motherboards - Chipsets and Buses

      16:10
    • Troubleshooting Windows - Troubleshooting Tools

      16:13
    • Basic Network Theory and Terminology

      16:03
    • TCP/IP Tools and Commands

      18:27
    • Dynamic Routing and Protocols

      13:29
    • Security Fundamentals - Information Security

      11:08
    • Network Security - Network Devices

      10:04
    • Risk Management - Penetration Testing

      8:14
    • The Control Panel

      4:54
    • Installation and Virtualization

      7:42
    • Maintenance and Updates

      8:07
    • Device Drivers

      6:08
    • Remote Access

      11:44
    • Active Directory Infrastructure

      9:51
    • Server Dashboard Quick Look

      15:26
    • Managing Computer Accounts

      12:07
    • Overview of Virtualization Technologies

      19:27
    • Introduction to Cisco Networking

      10:20
    • Introduction to switching

      12:39
    • Access Control Lists

      12:27
    • Introduction to Network Security

      12:33
    • Understanding Privilege Levels

      10:18
    • Introduction to Firewalls

      16:25
    • Course Introduction

      18:36
    • IOS DHCP Server Configuration

      9:12
    • A Quick Glimpse at CUE

      4:06
    • Introduction to JUNOS

      10:52
    • First Lab - Introduction to Junos OS

      5:18
    • Junos OS CLI - The Basics

      15:53
    • Switching & VLANs

      20:23
    • OSPF

      24:39
    • Tunneling

      12:29
    • Intro to Security

      17:12
    • Security Policies

      14:50
    • AntiSpam

      14:29
    • What is Linux / what's in it for me?

      14:41
    • Mass storage devices; adding and removing kernel modules

      13:31
    • Install and Configure a Bootmanager - GRUB

      11:45
    • Introduction to Red Hat Linux

      8:15
    • Basic Red Hat Installation

      10:38
    • User Administration

      17:00
    • Introduction to Network Analysis

      10:01
    • Global and Personal Preferences

      13:57
    • Find the cause of performance problems

      4:18

About This Class

If you are looking to make a career change into IT or get ahead in your current IT role you need to get certified. But which career path is for you? Network support, desktop support, core router and switch support, voice networking, security engineer...the choice is overwhelming.

This series of taster lessons will let you dip your toes into a large number of courses to see which one you like the best. The courses take you from beginner level (A+ to up advanced with Cisco CCNP).

What are the requirements?

  • None
  • Understand how to use a PC
  • Have an interest in networking

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Work out which IT path you prefer
  • Get a basic understanding of various networking technologies

What is the target audience?

  • People who want to make a career change into IT
  • Anyone trying to work out which IT path they want to follow

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Paul Browning

Cisco Engineer and Internet Entrepreneur

I worked in the police in the UK for 12 years as a patrol officer and detective. While I was in the job I helped teach the new e-mail system to other officers. I took a few IT exams and then left for a career in IT in June 2000.

I took a few more exams with vendors such as Cisco and Microsoft and got a job working for Cisco for two years. I then started an IT training company teaching Cisco and computer networking courses. I built the business until it had several offices in the UK and...

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