In this video, Guest Expert Mike Vazquez describes the various forms of Network Address Translation that students of ICND2 should be familiar with.
In this Guest Expert spot from ICND2, Doug Bassett leads us through a discussion of the key elements involved in switch troubleshooting.
The OSI model can be complex. It is also sometimes difficult to see the usefulness in a modern network implementation. Senior Technical Instructor Doug Bassett shows why it is critical for network planning and troubleshooting.
In this video, Anthony Sequeira and several Guest Experts discuss the topics of Trunks and VTP that CCNA students should be prepared for in Certification and production networks.
In this video, Ed Yanez and Anthony Sequeira of StormWindLive.com, walk students of ICND2 through a review of some of the key material in ICND1.
In this video, Anthony Sequeira discusses strategies for the Multiple Choice questions in the CCNA exam.
Here in Part 2, Anthony details what you need to know about IPv6 address representation. There are valuable shortcuts for presenting and using these addresses.
In this first video in the series, Anthony Sequeira of StormWindLive.tv teaches students why the move to IPv6 is so important.
In this post, Anthony Sequeira examines a fast and easy approach to a WAN configuration in an exam sim. Let us pretend we are in the CCNA testing environment and we need to build a WAN circuit. Since we are under huge time pressures in the exam, it goes without saying that we need to do this very quickly and very efficiently. Here are some steps we can use to build speed and accuracy on our first attempt at the task Sample Sim Task: Build a PPP WAN circuit between R1 and R2 using the S0/0 interfaces respectively. Use CHAP authentication with a secret of cisco. R1 should challenge the client of R2. Use 192.168.1.1/24 on R1 and 192.168.1.2/24 on R2 for the addressing. With my configuration approach, I am going to use a "bottom up" approach and use the OSI model layers to help ensure I do not forget anything. OK, I will start on R1 the CHAP "server".
In this video, Anthony Sequeira explains and demonstrates a very misunderstood command taught to students at the CCNA level.