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The Cisco 640-816 exam is the follow-up exam to ICND1 (640-822). Passing this exam in conjunction with the ICND1 exam will earn you the CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) certification, which is Cisco's enterprise network technician certification. In this VTC course, author Greg Dickinson will guide you through the requirements for the ICND2 exam. After following along with him, you should be prepared to pass the exam. To begin learning today, simply click on the movie links.
This is the course overview for the ICND2 Exam 640-816 course. This will give you a very brief idea of what we're going to cover over the course of the next few hours. We'll start off covering switching technology, we'll talk about VLANs or Virtual Local Area Networks, we'll talk about Spanning Tree, and how Spanning Tree prevents loops in your physical topology, and then we'll combine the two, put chocolate in your peanut butter, and peanut butter in your chocolate, and talk about Spanning Tree and VLANs, all in one nice little package. We'll then move on to routing technology, we'll talk about IP Routing technology, we'll talk about IP Routing, and IP Routing basics, we'll discuss Subnetting, or specifically Variable Length Subnet Masking, on how to conserve your IP address space, using Variable Length Masks. We'll talk about how to optimize routing, or optimize your Routing Protocols using Summarization. We'll also discuss Distance Vector and Link State Routing Protocols, we'll discuss the pros and cons of each, and we will actually implement a full OSPF environment, and a full EIGRP environment. We won't be doing RIP in this video, because that's actually covered in the ICND1 course. Moving along we'll then discuss Access Control Lists, how to set them up the Router, what they do, how to filter just specific traffic, using both Standard Access Control Lists, and Extended Access Control Lists. Then we'll move onto WAN technology. And in WAN technology, we'll talk about PPP, or the Point to Point Protocol versus HDLC where the High Level Data Link Control Protocol. PPP is an open standard, where as HDLC is Cisco proprietary, at least how it's implemented on Cisco Routers. We will discuss Frame Relay, what it is, and how it works in your organization, and how it can save you money. We'll also set up an entire Frame Relay Network. We'll also move on to Network Addressing, we'll talk about Network Address Translation, and IPv6, and how they both have the same goal, which is to prevent IP Address exhaustion, although that's kind of failing, or a futile effort, because all the IPv4 addresses are exhausted, as of earlier this year. We'll then move on to Remote Access technology, and we'll discuss VPNs, how you can use VPNs to replace your WAN links, how you can use VPNs to let teleworkers connect remotely, and how all the encryption and verification in VPN appliances ensure that the data that's transmitted over the Internet is not grabbed by some malicious person, and used for their own nefarious ends. And that completes our course overview.
- Course: Cisco ICND2 (Exam 640-816)
- Author: Greg Dickinson
- SKU: 34250
- ISBN: 1-618660-02-0
- Work Files: Yes
- Captions: No
- Subject: Certification
- The first 3 chapters of courses are available to play for FREE (first chapter only for QuickStart! and MasterClass! courses). Just click on the movie link to play a lesson.