CBT Cisco CCNP Certification Package Video Training

CBT Cisco CCNP Certification Package Video Training
CBT Cisco CCNP Certification Package Video Training
English | MOV | AVC 1158×720 30 fps | AAC 96 kbps
Genre: eLearning

The CCNP certification exams covered in this training package were retired July 31, 2010. Jeremy Cioara is currently developing training for the new CCNP exams. Follow Jeremy\’s progress on our Videos in Development page.
Note: if you\’ve already passed the BSCI and BCMSN exams, they substitute for the ROUTE and SWITCH exams respectively and last for 3 years before requiring renewal.

This Cisco CCNP Certification Package retains significant on-the-job value and includes training for these four exam-packs:

642-901 BSCI (Building Scalable Cisco Internetworks)

642-812 BCMSN (Building Converged Cisco Multilayer Switched Networks)

642-825 ISCW (Implementing Secure Converged Wide Area Networks)

642-845 ONT (Optimizing Converged Cisco Networks)

Jeremy Cioara has been involved in training and consulting for over 12 years, covering technology in Novell, Microsoft, and Cisco arenas. In addition, he holds the premier certifications in each of the related technical fields: CNE, MCSE, and CCIE.

Jeremy is the author or technical editor of many IT books including CCNA Voice Official Certification Guide, Cisco IP Telephony (CIPT), CCNA Exam Prep, and CCNA Practice Questions.

Jeremy currently maintains two IT-related organizations, continues to author technical books, and educate individuals in both the classroom and online arenas. He does all this while spending most his time with a growing family and active church life. (We’ve calculated that Jeremy must sleep an average of 30 minutes nightly.) Читать далее CBT Cisco CCNP Certification Package Video Training

CBT Cisco CCIE Certification Package

CBT Cisco CCIE Certification Package
CBT Cisco CCIE Certification Package
English | MOV | AVC 1158×720 30 fps | AAC 96 kbps
Genre: eLearning

The CCIE certification is one of the highest paid and most respected IT certifications available but also one of the most difficult to obtain. Many people have questions and concerns when it comes to obtaining the CCIE and that”s what this training is all about.

Jeremy Cioara has done a tremendous job breaking down all the information you need to not only study and prepare for the hands-on lab exam, but he presents it so that you learn how to model and configure advanced LAN/WAN topologies and scenarios. He shows you how to put together a practice lab to duplicate nearly any network set-up and provides an array of cost and time saving tips and tricks that will literally repay your investment in this training many times over.
Even if you do not plan on obtaining certification, you”ll learn about the Catalyst 3550 router, Frame-Relay, ISDN, OSPF, ISIS, NAT, VoIP, QOS and BGP.

While a CCNP certification is not a pre-requisite to earn your CCIE certification, you do need to know routing and switching thoroughly. In addition to having a CCNA, we recommend that you have the knowledge and skills of a CCNP prior to viewing the CCIE videos.

The training contains 36 videos providing more than 24 hours of instruction.

Note: This training covers all exam objectives to fully prepare you for the content, hardware and operating systems update to the CCIE Routing & Switching lab exam, released by Cisco, January 2006.

Contents: Cisco CCIE Certification Package

- CCIE Series Intro: So you want to be a CCIE

- Advanced LAN Configuration (Part 1): Cat 3550, VLANs, VTP, and EtherChannel

- Advanced LAN Configuration (Part 2): Cat 3550, Spanning Tree Protocol

- Advanced LAN Configuration (Part 3): Cat 3550, Advanced Features

- Advanced WAN Configuration (Part 1): HDLC & PPP

- Advanced WAN Configuration (Part 2): Frame Relay

- Advanced WAN Configuration (Part 3): Frame Relay Traffic Shaping and ATM

- Advanced WAN Configuration (Part 4): ISDN

- Internal Routing Protocols (Part 1): Distance Vector Challenges and RIPv2

- Internal Routing Protocols (Part 2): Advanced EIGRP Configuration

- Internal Routing Protocols (Part 3): OSPF, Key Concepts

- Internal Routing Protocols (Part 4): Foundation OSPF Configuration

- Internal Routing Protocols (Part 5): Advanced OSPF Configuration: NBMA Networks

- Internal Routing Protocols (Part 6): Advanced OSPF Configuration: Practical Example

- Internal Routing Protocols (Part 7): Understanding and Configuring the IS-IS Protocol

- Advanced Router Technology (Part 1): Routing the Unroutable: Router Bridging Technology

- Advanced Router Technology (Part 2): Data Link Switching Plus (DLSW+)

- Advanced Router Technology (Part 3): Voice over IP (VoIP)

- Advanced Router Technology (Part 4): Network Address Translation (NAT)

- Advanced Router Technology (Part 5): HSRP and NTP

- Advanced Router Technology (Part 6): Understanding IP Access-Lists

- Advanced Router Technology (Part 7): Multicast Routing Concepts

- Advanced Router Technology (Part 8): Configuring Multicast Routing

- Quality of Service (Part 1): QoS Fundamentals and the MQC

- Quality of Service (Part 2): Congestion Management and Avoidance

- Quality of Service (Part 3): Policing, Shaping, and Link Efficiency

- BGP (Part 1): BGP Theory

- BGP (Part 2): Understanding BGP Attributes

- BGP (Part 3): Foundation BGP Configuration

- BGP (Part 4): BGP Route Reflectors, Confederations, and Peer-Groups

- BGP (Part 5): BGP Route Aggregation and Filtering

- BGP (Part 6): Configuring BGP Attributes to Influence Routing, Part 1

- BGP (Part 7): Configuring BGP Attributes to Influence Routing, Part 2

- BGP (Part 8): BGP Multihoming, Route Dampening, and Optimization

- Practice Lab

- IPv6

 

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CBT Cisco-Certified Design Associate

CBT Cisco-Certified Design Associate
CBT Cisco-Certified Design Associate
English | MOV | AVC 1158×720 30 fps | AAC 96 kbps | 110 MB
Genre: eLearning

There\’\’s an old saying that goes \»If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.\» Designing for Cisco Internetwork Solutions helps you learn how to plan a LAN/WAN infrastructure using analysis and modeling techniques to design a network using Cisco components.
This CCDA training is cutting edge and focuses on the newest Cisco PDIOO (Plan, Design, Implement, Operate, Optimize) analysis and methodology as well as teaching Cisco Enterprise Composite Network Modeling as the next generation beyond the Cisco 3-layer Design (Access/Distribution/Core). You\’\’ll learn modular analysis and modeling along with the newest multilayer switching technology, routing essentials, IP telephony, IP addressing with NAT and IPv6, Management and more.

Instructor Michael Shannon has broken the topics down into easy to understand segments filled with information that you can readily put to use on the job. If you are already certified as a CCNA, this training will give you a lot of background and theory on network design to make you a more knowledgeable and effective IT professional.

Exam 640-861 DESGN is the only exam required to earn the Cisco Certified Design Associate certification. A basic understanding of Cisco networking such as a CCNA certification or equivalent knowledge is recommended before viewing these videos. The training contains 16 videos providing more than 8 hours of instruction.

CD-ROM Contents: Cisco CCDA-DESGN Training

- Network Design Principles (Part 1): Policies, Procedures, and the PDIOO Method

- Network Design Principles (Part 2): Recognizing Customer Needs

- Network Design Principles (Part 3): 8-Step Design Methodology

- Modular Network Solutions (Part 1): The Cisco Enterprise Network Model

- Modular Network Solutions (Part 2): Modular Network Solutions and Intelligent Services

- Basic Switching Design Methods (Part 1): Layer 1 through Layer 3 Technologies

- Basic Switching Design Methods (Part 2): Enterprise Campus Switching Design Methods

- Choosing Your Routing Protocol (Part 1): RIPv2, IGRP, and EIGRP Comparisons

- Choosing Your Routing Protocol (Part 2): OSPF, IS-IS, and BGP4 Comparisons

- Basic WAN Design (Part 1): Enterprise Edge WAN Design, Planning and Technologies

- Basic WAN Design (Part 2): WAN, VPN, and Internet Backup Solutions

- IP Address Design Techniques

- Designing Voice Networks

- Assessing Network Security

- Designing Network Management

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Lynda.com — Create Animated Rollovers with jQuery and Dreamweaver

Lynda.com - Create Animated Rollovers with jQuery and Dreamweaver
Lynda.com — Create Animated Rollovers with jQuery and Dreamweaver
English | Duration: 0h 28m | Video: AVC (.mov) 960×600 | Audio: AAC 48KHz mono | 652MB
Genre: eLearning

In this project-based course, author Chris Converse brings interactivity to a sample video gallery using the open-source javascript library jQuery. Working in Dreamweaver, Chris shows how to animate the captions and play icon, extend the thumbnails into filmstrips, and modify the filmstrip backgrounds to change on rollover using CSS. Exercise files accompany the course.

Topics include:

* Updating the CSS to prepare for animated captions
* Adding the jQuery hover statement
* Setting a javascript timer
* Animating the thumbnail filmstrip backgrounds Читать далее Lynda.com — Create Animated Rollovers with jQuery and Dreamweaver

Lynda.com — Create Animated Rollovers with jQuery

Lynda.com - Create Animated Rollovers with jQuery
Lynda.com — Create Animated Rollovers with jQuery
English | Duration: 0h 29m | Video: AVC (.mov) 960×600 | Audio: AAC 48KHz mono | 669MB
Genre: eLearning

In this project-based course, author Chris Converse brings interactivity to a sample video gallery using the open-source javascript library jQuery. Working in a coding environment, Chris shows how to animate the captions and play icon, extend the thumbnails into filmstrips, and modify the filmstrip backgrounds to change on rollover using CSS. Exercise files accompany the course.

Topics include:

* Updating the CSS to prepare for animated captions
* Adding the jQuery hover statement
* Setting a javascript timer
* Animating the thumbnail filmstrip backgrounds Читать далее Lynda.com — Create Animated Rollovers with jQuery

Apple Ipad Keynote Presentation by Steve Jobs

Apple Ipad Keynote Presentation by Steve Jobs
Apple Ipad Keynote Presentation by Steve Jobs
English | 640×360 | M4V | 29.970 fps | ACC — 37.4 Kbps | 1.04 GB
Genre: eLearning

At the time of writing this post, the new Apple iPad has not yet been released but it’s just a few weeks away. We do know quite a bit about it though thanks to the presentation given by Steve Jobs at the MacWorld Special Event held in San Francisco last month.

 

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CBT Cisco CCIP QoS 642-642 Video Training

CBT Cisco CCIP QoS 642-642 Video Training
CBT Cisco CCIP QoS 642-642 Video Training
English | MOV | AVC 1158×720 30 fps | AAC 96 kbps
Genre: eLearning

Cisco retired its 642-642 exam from the CCNP Voice (CCVP) exam pack on March 1, 2011. However, this training retains considerable value as an IT resource and counts toward numerous other Cisco certifications, including CCIP.

This training provides the knowledge and skills necessary to configure and troubleshoot Cisco IOS routers and switches running Quality of Service protocols in Service Provider and Enterprise environments.
Jeremy Cioara provides complete coverage of the exam topics as well as great information you can use on the job right away. This training is way beyond what you\’\’ll find anywhere else. Exam-Pack: 642-642 (QOS) is part of the Cisco Certified Internetwork Professional, Cisco IP Telephony Design Specialist, Cisco IP Telephony Express Specialist, Cisco IP Telephony Operations Specialist and Cisco IP Telephony Support Specialist certifications.

All trademarks and copyrights are the property of their respective holders.

ontents: Cisco CCVP Series – Exam-Pack: 642-642 QOS

- Introduction to Quality of Service

- The Cisco MQC Building Blocks

- Classification and Marking (Part 1)

- Classification and Marking (Part 2)

- Congestion Management: Concepts and Design

- Congestion Management: Implementation

- Congestion Avoidance: WRED

- Link Efficiency Tools

- Implementing QoS on Catalyst Switches

- Traffic Policing

- Traffic Shaping

- “Proactive QOS” – Tapping the Features of SAA

- The Big Picture: QoS Design Strategies

- The Magic of AutoQoS

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CBT Cisco Security CCSP 642-533 IPS Implementing Cisco Intrusion Prevention Systems

CBT Cisco Security CCSP 642-533 IPS Implementing Cisco Intrusion Prevention Systems
CBT Cisco Security CCSP 642-533 IPS Implementing Cisco Intrusion Prevention Systems
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Genre: eLearning

An Intrusion Prevention System creates virtual \»trip-lines\» to catch threatening traffic. Even if an intruder makes it past your firewall or other network defense systems, the IPS sensor catches them, sounds an alarm, and even blocks their movement through your network.

Customizable IPS recognizes and stops most types of attacks. When your IPS identifies an attack\’s signature, it alerts you that your network could be in danger. It also watches for other danger signals, including unexpected activity from specific computers on the network, or protocols modified to work in non-standard ways.
Exam-Pack: 642-533 IPS will show you how to deploy, configure and maintain IPS sensors on your corporate network.

Exam Topics

The following topics are general guidelines for the content likely to be included on the Remote Access exam. However, other related topics may also appear on any specific delivery of the exam. In order to better reflect the contents of the exam and for clarity purposes, the guidelines below may change at any time without notice.

Describe how Cisco IPS sensors are used to mitigate network security threats

List sensor requirements for inline operations

Explain the difference between inline and promiscuous mode sensor operations

Explain how Cisco IPS protects network devices from attacks (Describe signatures, alerts, and actions)

Explain the evasive techniques used by hackers and how Cisco IPS defeats those techniques

Describe the considerations necessary for selection, placement, and deployment of a network intrusion prevention system

Explain the Cisco IPS signature features

Install Cisco IPS sensors/modules and configure essential system parameters

Explain AIP-SSM functionalities

Use the CLI to initialize the sensor

Configure user accounts and explain the different user roles

Configure management access to the sensor appliance

Explain how allowed hosts are used and how they are configured

Describe sensor interfaces, interface pairs, VLAN-pairs, and VLAN-groups

Use the Cisco IDM to configure sensor interfaces (enable, create pairs, assign to virtual sensors)

Describe and configure software bypass

Describe sensor communications with external management and monitoring systems

Launch, navigate, and use the Cisco IDM to manage and monitor the sensor

Describe the various CLI configuration modes and sub modes and navigate between them

List the tasks for installing and configuring the IDSM-2 and AIP-SSM

Describe Cisco IPS sensor advanced system parameters

Plan the mitigation of specific network vulnerabilities and exploits

Describe sensor tuning

Explain IP fragment and TCP stream reassembly options

Explain how IP logging should be used and how it is configured

Explain the use of Event Variables

Describe signature engines and their functionality

Determine which response actions need to be configured for a given scenario

Describe the purpose of the Meta Event Generator

Explain Target Value Ratings and how they are used

Determine the need for Event Action Rules in a given scenario

Explain event Risk Ratings and how they are used

Tune Cisco IPS sensor advanced system parameters to optimize attack mitigation performance

Use the IDM to tune the sensor to work optimally in the network

Use the IDM to tune signatures to provide maximum protection for a network

Given a scenario, use the IDM to create custom signature to meet the requirements

Configure response actions for a signature

Configure the sensor to take response actions based on a risk rating

Use the Cisco IDM to create a Meta signature and disable alert production for the component signatures

Configure Event Action Filters

Configure Target Value Ratings

Configure general settings for Event Action Rules

Configure Event Variables

Use the sensor application policy enforcement feature

Configure passive OS fingerprinting (POSFP)

Explain the External Product Interface, its benefits, and specifications

Configure a virtual sensor

Configure anomaly detection

Use IDM/CLI to monitor advanced features such as POSFP and AD

Analyze Cisco IPS sensor events to determine the appropriate response to network attacks

Use the CLI and the Cisco IDM and IEV to monitor events

Upgrade and maintain Cisco IPS sensors

Move software images/upgrades and configuration files via HTTP, HTTPS, SCP, and FTP

Apply the appropriate system image to the sensor

Perform sensor password recovery

Explain sensor licensing and how to install a license

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