Cisco CCNA (200-301) Deluxe Course

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Lazaro Diaz

Language of video: EN (English)

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This course includes:

12h 45m on-demand videos

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What are We Going to Teach:

- Students will learn about Cisco Routers and Switches and their configurations using various protocols.

- They will also learn about IP Addressing, Subnetting, VLSM, Route Summarization and its purpose.

- Students will learn about Wireless Networks and Security.

- They will also be learning security fundamentals for all types of networks.

- Students will be learning the Automation and Program-ability used in Networking.

- They will also learn in great detail, important factors to include terminology in a Networking Environment.

Target Audience:
  • Students interested in becoming Network Engineers.
  • Students that want to get an awesome career in Networking and/or those that want to enhance their current career in IT
Course prerequisites:
  • Students should have an intermediate understanding of Networks in general.
  • Students should have Volume 1 and Volume 2 of the new Cisco Press Book for the new CCNA 200-301
  • Students will need a simulator or an emulator to follow along in the course (i.e.: Cisco Packet Tracer)

Description :

This course will be an in-depth course that will go above and beyond Volume 1 & Volume 2 of the Cisco Press Book and their recommended requirements.

Here, I will go over in very detailed and specific ways of showing you what you need to learn to get ready for the new CCNA (200-301) that took effect on February 24th, 2020.

This will be a course like no other I've done before! In part due to the amount of information that Cisco is now requiring in their new CCNA. Remember that there will no longer be several CCNA certifications (i.e.: CCNA R/S, CCNA Wireless, CCNA Voice, etc.)

The new CCNA will replace 10 previous CCNA certifications...let me repeat that - the NEW CCNA will replace 10 CCNA certifications! This means that as of February 24, 2020, this new CCNA will combine all previous CCNA certifications into just one!

Please check out the Cisco website for further information on what the new CCNA certification exam will require students to know to be able to pass the Cisco exam to be CCNA certified. You can log in at and research these new requirements for yourself.

Please note that Cisco has made these changes to make the CCNA certification more valuable. This will make the CCNA to have as much, if not more weight than a bachelor's degree in some cases and depending on who the employer is. This is a good thing, people! …this means that the new CCNA will be able to compete with those that have a degree in Networking and/or Computer Science. This, however, does not mean that those that do have a bachelor's degree in Networking and/or Computer Science or any other technology-related degree are to be underestimated.

As a matter of fact, having a bachelor's degree & a CCNA will make you a better candidate when job hunting. However, what it does mean, is that those that do not have such degrees can still compete for the same jobs in the IT world if certain other criteria are also met.

The new CCNA is more likely to level the playing field for those with degrees and those with certifications! As for this presale is concerned, please note that I will be putting out the lectures as I finish each recording to give you a head-start in your studies.

I also want you to be aware that the CCNA (200-301) Vol. 1 & Vol. 2 - DELUXE (both Cisco Press book Volumes, will only be on this platform) and on one other platform that targets Businesses & Enterprise employees ONLY! Here you are getting "the crème of the crème" when it comes to preparing for your CCNA certification exam. Students in this course will also have access to a BONUS section as well.

Both for the Volume 1 section and also for the Volume 2 section. And of course, you know me! I will continue to add lectures (even if the course is done), if I consider them to be something you should have in your arsenal of knowledge for real-world experience.

Everyone in this course will also be invited to be part of my Exclusive Facebook Group where students can ask questions, and talk amongst each other and I will pop once a week to answer questions as well. Please don't expect to see this particular course on other eLearning

Platforms, because as I have said before if you want a HAPPY MEAL...this is not it. Always remember that in order to succeed you must have the DESIRE, the DEDICATION, the DETERMINATION, and the DISCIPLINE to achieve VICTORY!

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Lazaro Diaz

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My name is Lazaro (Laz) Diaz, and I have more than 20+ years of experience in the field and in the teaching industry. This is so that you can rest assured that your education is in good hands and delivered by a professional and qualified instructor.  I am constantly learning about the new technologies that become available so that I can pass this on to you.

The name of the game is to accomplish a goal. And you are here because this is what you want to do. If you are driven by ambition to achieve success in IT or other office industries, then you will not find another instructor that is more dedicated to your SUCCESS than me!


As an instructor, I am highly qualified in teaching certain subject matters in IT, Security & Applications, to make sure you receive the knowledge you need to perform and become proficient in the subject to pass a certification exam or just be great at your job!

My courses will provide you with the most current information available for any of these topics...and if becoming a Network Engineer, Security+, passing the CCNA or CCNP, learning Word, PowerPoint, Excel & Access is your goal, then my courses will hold your feet to the fire to make sure you attain that proficiency and/or job and title you are looking for.

As your instructor, I will give you 1000% of my effort to make sure you succeed. However, I also expect you to do your part. I will not spoon-feed you the information. You will need to study hard, follow instructions, ask questions and reach out if you are stuck.

I want and need you to succeed because my reputation is on the line!


My courses have been developed in a manner that is easy to understand, easy to comprehend & easy to put into practice.

I pride myself on having a high success rate of students passing the certification exams and retaining the information to be able to apply it. Having more than 600K+ students worldwide has put me on the Global map as a recognized authority in the Cisco, CCNA, CCNP and other IT-related fields. Check out the free lectures we provide in every one of our courses and then decide if I am the right choice to be your teacher/instructor!

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Course Content : Expand all sections

  • 20 sections
  • 70 lectures
  • 12h 45m total length

In this lecture, I will summarize all the topics you will be learning and emphasize the importance and the details of the lectures that I will be giving.

In this lecture, I will speak on TCP/IP Model, OSI Model, Cisco 3 Layer model, Routing, and routed protocols. This will be a brief overview of these topics.

In this lecture, I will be speaking on the importance of continuing to evolve your technical knowledge but also your networking skills as far as, working as a team, or possibly in a leadership role.


In this lecture, I will be breaking down the TCP/IP model and explaining what happens when a source sends a packet to a destination.

In this lecture, I will Explain the process a packet takes from source to destination as it travels through each OSI Layer and show a comparison to the TCP/IP.


In this lecture, I will be defining the differences between SOHO Networks and Enterprise Network Devices. You will gain a solid foundation on the importance of Cabling, Port speed, and consistency of your configurations on your devices.


In this lecture, I will be going over the different classes of IPv4 Addresses, how an IPv4 address is broken down, Special Addresses used in IPv4 and specific Multi-Cast Addresses used both in IPv4 and IPv6 for routing updates, and much more.


In this lecture, I will show you how to subnet in under 30 seconds using my Subnetting method

In this lecture, I will show you the best method to summarize networks and how to apply the summary address within a router.


In this lecture, I will show you the best method to implement VLSM on your network, which will waste the minimum amount of IP Addresses, and the reason VLSM came to be.

In this lecture, I will show you the differences between cross-over and straight-through UTP cabling. I will speak on patch panels, terminating cables, and equipment used for that. I will also speak on Fiber cabling and the different modes it operates in.

In this lecture, I will break down the Ethernet frame for you to better understand.



In this lecture, I will be explaining different WAN technologies used, such as Frame Relay and MPLS. We will also get into WAN terminology that will be crucial for certification purposes.

In this lecture, I will be using the packet tracer to show you what happens when you try to communicate across an Ethernet IPv4 network.


In this lecture, I will show you in the packet tracer how to configure DNS on a router for name resolution, configure SSH, and how to configure DNS on your PT DNS Server and verify that we can resolve FQDN. We will also create Static Host Tables.

In this lecture, I will show you using the PT how to get rid of a routing protocol and configure Manual Static Routes so you can see the difference between a routing protocol and Static Routes.

In this lecture, you will learn the housekeeping commands that include SSH, Passwords, and DNS to include default gateways and VLAN IP addresses.

In this lecture, you will learn the housekeeping commands that include SSH, Passwords, DNS, etc.

In this lecture, you will learn how to create a VLAN on a switch, give it its name and assign it to the proper ports.

In this lecture, you will learn the concepts of how switches learn MAC addresses.

In this lecture, you will get an introduction to the election process of STP.

In this lecture, you will learn how to create multiple STP instances per VLAN.

In this lecture, you will learn how to configure ROAS.

In this lecture, you will learn the different modes of VTP, and how to configure VTP domains, and passwords.

In this lecture, we will be aggregating multiple links to create better bandwidth and bypass STP.


In this lecture, you will learn how to configure the gateway of Last resort.


In this lecture, you will learn how to create the routing table by configuring static entries.


In this lecture, you will learn how the link-state protocol works and creates neighbor relationships to include different categories of OSPF routers.


In this lecture, you will learn how to configure OSPF using the same or single area to communicate across the network


In this lecture, you will learn the election process and the importance of managing a DR/BDR OSPF multi-access environment.

In this lecture, you will learn how to enable OSPF under the router’s interfaces.

In this lecture, you will gain an understanding of IPv6 addresses, such as their format, rules, length, assignment, advantages, and disadvantages.

In this lecture, you will learn how to really subnet an IPv6 address using my method

In this lecture, you will learn how to statically address your device and how to use the EUI-64/SLAAC and be able to route across the network.


In this lecture, you will learn how to configure OSPFv3 as well as static and default routing.

In this lecture, I will explain what we will be covering in this wireless section.

In this lecture, you will learn the advantages and disadvantages of wired and wireless networks.

In this lecture, you will learn the differences between IBSS, BSS, EBSS, WPAN, and other topologies.

In this lecture, you will learn how the Wireless wave conducts itself and know the differences between AM and FM modulations. We will also be looking at different frequencies and calculating the EIRP.

In this lecture, we will be learning about different types of modulation and how they encrypt the data going over the wireless network.

In this lecture, you will learn the different types of antennas such as Omni directional and directional antennas and when to use them.

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