Lazaro (Laz) Diaz – The Gold Standard CCNA R S (200-125)
Please read below before purchasing this course:
Look at all the FREE previews provided in the course to make sure this is the course for you.
The CCNA Gold Standard course is NON-REFUNDABLE
Cisco’s new CCNA certification exam is the 200-125.
DISCLAIMER: Please note that the simulators/emulators used in this course are not part of the course. It is the students responsibility to have these to practice with. The Cisco Packet Tracer and/or VIRAL (Virtual Internet Routing Lab) are Cisco proprietary software and can only be obtained through Cisco. It is up to each student to obtain the simulator/emulator of their choice to study along with this course. (ex: GNS3 or BOSON)
My new CCNA course will be a bit different than my original CCNA course.
This will be a very in-depth course that was designed to target Corporate Clients and/or Enterprise Networks.
This course will have everything you need, not only to prepare and pass Cisco’s NEW CCNA (200-125), the NEW CCENT (100-105) certification exam, but there’s much more information that is introduced in this course!
The format will be a bit different, but the information will be straight, to the point and very detailed.
You will also find that the course length and individual lectures are not restricted. This means, that some lectures may be lengthier than what is typical in e-Learning sites.
Any promotions for this course or any other course or product will be advertised on “The Networking Doctors” or www.thenetworkingdoctors.com website; or we may choose to send you an email about it.
Also, this course “Cisco New CCNA (200-125): The Gold Standard” will NOT be published in various e-Learning sites that I am currently in as of now sorry guys :(
My CCNA (200-125) will be published here and only in a hand full of other sites worldwide!
Please remember, that my old CCNA course (200-120), will also have ALL the new information needed to prepare and pass the NEW CCNA (200-125) certification exam.
This means that, it is NOT necessary to purchase this CCNA: THE GOLD STANDARD if you already have my other CCNA course unless you want to learn topics that go beyond the certification exam!
Please note that once you have purchased this course, you are acknowledging that you agree to the terms and conditions herein.
Lazaro (Laz) Diaz
This can be the year to achieve your goals if you are serious about your certs!
If you are determined, ambitious and hungry for a new beginningthen this should be your year
and how better to or end the year than to get an IT CertificationEspecially a Cisco CCNA Certification
Whether you are interested in the CCNA or the CCNP or you just want to understand the key topics for these, taking one or ALL my courses, will get you a lot closer to that goal.
But, don’t take my word for itplease look at the FREE previews (they are available in all my courses) and see for yourself.
However, keep in mind that I’m also an author and you can find my books on AMAZON.
NOWwhat you wanted to know about me but were afraid to ask:
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 termsthen please preview my courses and you will discover that I am your guy.
I am a Network Engineer with many years in the field and in the teaching industry.
So, if anyone can get you certified it’s me.
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 that I also do private consulting.
Here I bring the classroom to you.
I am in several eLearning Platforms worldwide, to include my ownbut you can look it up since I’m not allowed to put it here.
Courtesy of the internet, I have been teaching students from all over the world and all walks of life. thank goodness for technology ;-)
Having been on all sides of the spectrum; as a student, a teacher/trainer, and in the field, I believe this uniquely qualifies me to understand you.
I know firsthand what you have been exposed to as opposed to what you really want to accomplish. These two are sometimes extremely conflicting and frustrating. That is why I teach in the manner I do and can relate to your rejection of the Status Quo.
I have taught corporate employees at MetroPCS (now T-Mobile) and have also taught IT professionals of companies like The Florida Marlins, Ulysse Nardin, Alberta Water Department (Canada), The Assurant Group, Hospital personnel & Attorney’s firms, among others. to guide them in acquiring their IT certifications or general knowledge in IT and Networking.
However, my expertise also extends to being able to teach applications as well. YESI am also an application instructor and qualified to teach Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access. This, of course, includes the MOS (Microsoft Office Specialist) certification.
But Cisco is my passion ;-)
As you can see, I am a multifaceted person and consider myself to be an eternal student as well.
Remember that I too must keep up with technology since these changes seem to be daily, if not hourly.
I teach in an unconventional way that allows students to understand the subject matter and can, therefore, not only prepare them for a Cisco certification exam but help them apply my methods in the real world.
I strive to give the student a greater opportunity to be able to compete in the current job markets.
Do I go above and beyond what is needed for a certification?YES, I dobecause it’s not only about getting a certification, but it’s also about making sure that you, the student, are prepared for a job interview and/or maintaining your current job by enhancing your skills.
This is where I step in and make sure that you are prepared for whatever comes your way and make you become an asset to your 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. I truly believe in “KISS”NO, I don’t want to kiss youthis means “keep it simple stupid” –
If things are kept simple, easily explained in a way that the student can grasp quickly and retain the informationthen 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 termsno physics jargon or mumbo jumbo in my teachings.
My courses are very interactive and extremely dynamicyou will not find my lectures monotone or boring, because falling asleep, for lack of excitement, is just NOT an option and NOT who I am.
Then just look for yourself at my video previews, which I always provide on ALL my courses. Therefore, you can then determine if I’m the right guy to help you get your industry-specific certifications.
I certainly hope that after a careful review of my credentials & testimonials (you can Google me you know) and see if I’m the Cisco Instructor you’re looking for!
Network Engineer, Cisco, Microsoft, CompTIA Instructor, Author &
Author of: “The Only IP Book You Will Ever Need!” and “CCNA Routing and Switching 200-125 Certification Guide: The ultimate solution for passing the CCNA certification and boosting your networking career”, now on AMAZON or Packt Publishing
Introduction to the CCNA 200-125 Composite Certification
Introduction to Course (4:42)
Introduction to Networking Fundamentals
Networking Basics (11:10)
Networking Devices (16:54)
Basic Networking Lab using a Router (16:55)
Collision Domains and Broadcast Domains (10:46)
Summary of Section (4:03)
Introduction to Networking Standards
Introduction to the OSI Model (8:37)
Breaking down the OSI Model Layers (14:59)
The Cisco 3 and 2 Layer Model (8:39)
The TCP/IP Model (9:13)
Summary of Section (5:28)
Introduction to Cabling Standards
Ethernet Cabling Standards (20:57)
Equipment needed for Cabling (21:13)
Creating a Straight through Cable (7:04)
Creating a Cross Over Cable (2:57)
Creating a Rolled Cable (4:18)
Summary of Section (2:25)
Introduction to Networking Devices
Introduction to Networking Devices (10:46)
Repeaters and Hubs (4:48)
Switches and Bridges (4:41)
The Router (6:38)
Summary of Section (1:51)
Introduction to IP Addressing
Introduction to IPv4 Addressing (4:52)
Format of an IPv4 Address (5:11)
Classes and Ranges (8:48)
Private Classes of IPv4 (5:27)
Assigning IP Addresses (10:37)
Summary of Section (2:14)
Introduction to Subnetting
What is Subnetting? (8:10)
Subnetting a Class “C” Address (22:55)
Subnetting a Class “B” Address (13:42)
Subnetting a Class “A” Address (12:28)
Subnetting Website (23:45)
Summary of Section (3:48)
Introduction to VLSM
Introduction to VLSM (3:19)
VLSM Diagram (5:05)
Practice makes Perfect (31:32)
Summary of Section (2:13)
Introduction to Summarization
Introduction to Summarization (2:33)
Practice Summarization Lab (7:59)
Summarization Lab using Packet Tracer (9:09)
Summary of Section (4:04)
Introduction to IPv6
Introduction to IPv6 (6:22)
Hexadecimal Conversion (11:55)
Format of an IPv6 Address (4:05)
IPv6 Address Types (8:50)
IPv6 Shortened Expressions (6:27)
IPv6 Auto-Configuration (8:21)
IPv6 Transition Mechanisms (5:27)
Routing in IPv6 (6:34)
Basic IPv6 Subnetting (12:15)
Summary of Section (3:15)
The Cisco Router
Getting to know your Router (20:34)
The Router Components (8:28)
The Router Boot Sequence (8:34)
Booting up a Cisco Router (7:04)
Summary of Section (6:17)
The Cisco Registry
Getting to know the Cisco Registry (17:03)
Summary of Section (2:37)
Using Boot System Commands
Introduction to Boot Systems Command (7:55)
Boot Systems Command Lab (22:17)
Summary of Section (1:00)
Backing up and Restoring the Cisco IOS
Backing up and Restoring your Cisco Router (4:22)
Backing up the Cisco IOS (5:28)
Backing up the -up Config (5:06)
Restoring the Cisco IOS (9:40)
Restoring the -Up Config (7:00)
Summary of Section (1:55)
Licensing the Cisco IOS
Introduction to Licensing (14:54)
License Lab (11:40)
Summary of Section (5:21)
All About Routing
The Routing Process (11:15)
The Routing Process Lab (8:37)
Default Routes (6:52)
Default Routes Lab (10:58)
Static Routes (9:43)
Static Routes Lab (26:00)
Dynamic Routing RIPv2 and RIPng (12:57)
Dynamic Routing RIPv2 and RIPng Lab (18:45)
EIGRP Routing Protocol (14:51)
EIGRP ROUTING PROTOCOL LAB (45:50)
OPSFv3 Routing Protocol (19:15)
OSPF + OSPFv3 Lab (33:50)
Summary of Section (8:45)
How Switching Works
How Switching Works (15:32)
Election Process and Comparison Lab (22:26)
Configuring STP Lab (23:19)
Summary of Section (3:20)
The VTP Protocol
What is VTP? (10:09)
Configuring VTP Lab (9:04)
VTP Pruning (2:30)
Summary of Section (1:41)
Types of Ports
Types of Ports
What are VLANs?
What are VLANs
Creating and Assigning VLANs
Summary of Section (2:13)
Advanced Topics for Layer 2 Switching
InterVLAN Connectivity (5:11)
InterVlan Lab (15:59)
PortFast and Port Security (4:53)
PortFast Lab (17:30)
EtherChannel Lab (10:32)
Summary of Section (3:40)
All About ACLs
Intro to ACLs (8:59)
Standard ACLs (14:16)
Standard ACLs for Telnet (7:06)
Extended ACLs (8:29)
Remarks in ACLs (5:46)
Named ACLs (10:47)
Summary of Section (2:49)
Using the NAT Protocol
All About NAT (9:04)
NAT Overload Lab (11:38)
Summary of Section (2:10)
The WAN Side
Intro To WAN (15:24)
WAN PPP Lab (9:45)
FRAME-RELAY LAB (16:03)
GRE Tunnel Lab (7:05)
Summary of Section (3:13)
HSRP Redundancy Protocols
Redundancy Protocols (7:18)
Understanding HSRP (11:45)
Configuring HSRP (25:06)
Summary of section (2:25)
DMVPN Overview (25:21)
DMVPN MGRE Lab (11:22)
SUMMARY OF SECTION (3:17)
Multi Area OSPF
Multi Area OSPF (10:45)
Multi Area OSPF Lab (17:30)
Summary of Section (5:01)
Evolution of Intelligent Networks
Evolution of intelligent networks (6:06)
Cisco APIC-EM (5:02)
Summary of Section (1:59)
WELCOME TO MPLS (21:35)
MPLS Layer 2 VPN (4:09)
MPLS Layer 3 VPN (7:47)
MPLS Lab (14:04)
Summary of Section (5:05)
Radius, TACACS+ and IP SLA
Intro to Radius, Tacacs+ and IP SLA (12:02)
Radius Lab (9:40)
TACACS+ LAB (7:15)
IP SLA Lab (13:52)
SUMMARY OF SECTION (3:13)
SUMMARY OF COURSE!!!
Summary of the Course (17:41)
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