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With more than six hours of personal visual instruction from author and network engineer David Hucaby, the live streaming Cisco LAN Switching Video Mentor from Class on Demand is a guide to configuring Cisco switches. In the 20 videos presented, Dave walks you through common Cisco Catalyst switch configuration and troubleshooting tasks. Designed to develop and enhance hands-on skills, each 10 to 30 minute video guides you through essential configuration tasks on the Cisco Catalyst switches and shows you how to verify that the network is working correctly.
Each video lab presents detailed objectives, lab diagrams, command tables, and video captures. Audio instruction throughout offers tips and shortcuts that truly make learning easy.
Animated network diagrams show you lab setup, device addressing, and how traffic flows through the network.
Video screen-casts of router Command-Line Interface (CLI) demonstrate command entry, configuration techniques, and device response.
Lessons (Run Time)
Interface Configuration (22:31)
Setting Up VLANs (18:00)
Setting Up Trunk Links (15:08)
Using the VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP) (17:28)
Working with the Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) (22:45)
STP Topology Changes (17:57)
Leveraging Rapid PVST+ (13:32)
Scaling STP with Multiple Spanning Tree (MST) (16:38)
Protecting the STP Topology (14:27)
Scaling Bandwidth with Etherchannel (25:28)
Setting Up Multilayer Switching (16:54)
First Hop Redundancy with HSRP (21:21)
First Hop Redundancy with GLBP (14:55)
Private VLANs (10:38)
Using Access Control Lists (ACLs) to Control Traffic (12:56)
Using Port Security (9:58)
Preventing Spoofing Attacks (13:18)
Quality of Service, Part 1 (24:27)
Quality of Service, Part 2 (14:55)
Monitoring Traffic (16:36)
About the Presenter
David Hucaby, CCIE No. 4594, is a lead network engineer for the University of Kentucky, where he works with healthcare networks based on the Cisco Catalyst, IP Telephony, PIX, and VPN product lines. He was one of the beta reviewers of the PIX version 7 Firewall Operating System Software.
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Class on Demand Cisco LAN Switching Video Mentor (Online Streaming) Review