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How many collision domains? Cisco CCNA
 
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A tutorial on how to analyze a network diagram and count the collision domains for the Cisco CCNA http://danscourses.com
Views: 97573 danscourses
Packet Tracer for Beginners - Part 1
 
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A tutorial on connecting a PC client and a Server. Testing connectivity with Ping and running HTTP and FTP servers http://danscourses.com
Views: 534557 danscourses
VLANs and Trunks for Beginners - Part 1
 
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A quick tutorial on how to set up VLANs and Trunks for the Cisco CCNA. Using Packet Tracer, I demonstrate the basics of VLANs and how they function. In this series of tutorials, I will discuss the different types of VLANs: Default, Data Native and Management, and how they function. See the whole series at http://danscourses.com
Views: 1389634 danscourses
VLANs and Trunks for Beginners - Part 2
 
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A quick tutorial on how to set up VLANs and Trunks for the Cisco CCNA. Using Packet Tracer, I demonstrate the basic function of VLANs and Trunks. In this series of tutorials, I will discuss the different types of VLANs: Default, Data Native and Management. See the whole series at http://danscourses.com
Views: 588518 danscourses
What is a Hypervisor?
 
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http://ndg.tech/vmware - Sign up for NDG's free Introduction to Virtualization course and check out my videos that highlight the benefits of virtualization and the VMware platform. In this video tutorial, I talk about the role of the hypervisor in virtualization as well as the differences between a Type 1 bare metal hypervisor like VMware ESXI server and a Type 2 hosted hypervisor like Vmware Workstation Pro. Today more so than ever it is crucial that students learn about the importance of computer virtualization. This is why NDG teamed up with the VMware to create an introductory course on virtualization for beginners. As a video content creator I was asked to create a series of videos to go along with the course. I am posting the videos here to my youtube danscourses channel to promote this new free resource for students and instructors!
Views: 44469 danscourses
How many broadcast domains? Diagram Question CCNA
 
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http://danscourses.com - What is a broadcast domain? This tutorial answers what is a broadcast domain, and how to discern how many broadcast domains are in the network diagrams? The tutorial has diagram examples and answers. Cisco CCNA
Views: 79080 danscourses
SSH into your Virtualbox VM from the same computer
 
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A quick tutorial on connecting to your your Virtualbox virtual machine from the same computer using SSH and PuTTY. Windows & Ubuntu http://danscourses.com/
Views: 141171 danscourses
Find the Subnet Question Made Easy -part4
 
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http://danscourses.com - How to answer a subnetting question for the Cisco CCNA using the Magic Number -
Views: 71190 danscourses
Linux Terminal commands and navigation for Beginners -Part1
 
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A beginners tutorial on the Linux Shell. How to use basic line commands such as pwd, cd, ls, and clear. Also the difference between absolute and relative paths when navigating Linux directories and file tree
Views: 246868 danscourses
Configure Default Routes in Packet Tracer - Part4
 
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http://danscourses.com - How to configure a default static route on a Cisco router using Packet Tracer. Cisco CCNA
Views: 106273 danscourses
How to find the Summary Route for the CCNA
 
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A tutorial on finding the summary route in the Cisco CCNA http://www.danscourses.com
Views: 106352 danscourses
Standard Access List (ACL) for the Cisco CCNA - Part 1
 
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A beginner's tutorial on writing a standard access list (standard ACL) for the Cisco CCNA and CCNA Security. You can follow along in Packet Tracer by downloading my PT starter file at http://www.danscourses.com/CCNA-Security/standard-access-lists-acl.html In part 1, I discuss access list fundamentals and I write a standard ACL and apply it to an outbound router interface using Packet Tracer. Click here for part 2: http://youtu.be/XdBjnLppxB0 Please send feedback and subscribe! For more information on this topic, visit me at http://danscourses.com
Views: 369970 danscourses
Routing Protocols Overview (Distance Vector and Link-State) CCNA Part1
 
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A tutorial on the differences of Distance Vector and Link-State routing protocols for the Cisco CCNA http://danscourses.com
Views: 145449 danscourses
What is Virtualization?
 
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http://ndg.tech/vmware - Sign up for NDG's free Introduction to Virtualization course and check out my videos that highlight the benefits of virtualization and the VMware platform. Today's computers have tons of processing power, but are those resources being used efficiently? Not really, if only a single computer is run on a single set of computer hardware. With computer virtualization multiple virtual machines can be run on a single host computer this leads to increased efficiency and multitasking while improving manageability, sustainability, availability, and security. Today more so than ever it is crucial that students learn about the importance of computer virtualization. This is why NDG teamed up with the VMware to create an introductory course on virtualization for beginners. As a video content creator I was asked to create a series of videos to go along with the course. I am posting the videos here to my youtube danscourses channel to promote this new free resource for students and instructors!
Views: 19623 danscourses
Configure the router as a DHCP relay agent CCNA
 
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In this tutorial, I demonstrate how to configure the router as a DHCP relay agent with the "ip helper-address" command. The demonstration is done with Packet Tracer for the Cisco CCNA. Subscribe! and for more information about the Cisco CCNA visit me at http://danscourses.com
Views: 81746 danscourses
How to use VTP -VLAN Trunking Protocol? - Part 1
 
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A quick tutorial for beginners on how to configure and implement VTP for the Cisco CCNA, using Packet Tracer. In this video tutorial, I demonstrate how VTP shares VLAN information by configuring a VTP server and a VTP client, and then connecting them together with a trunk. The demonstration is easy to follow along with, in Packet Tracer. http://danscourses.com
Views: 133363 danscourses
How to subnet a network into 7 subnets of varying sizes? part1
 
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In this tutorial, I use VLSM to divide a network into 7 subnets of varying sizes. This is an important skill for the Cisco CCNA. http://danscourses.com
Views: 109459 danscourses
Network Layers - OSI, TCP/IP Models -Part3
 
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A tutorial on the Network Layers of the OSI and TCP/IP Models http://www.danscourses.com/
Views: 91842 danscourses
Basics of ipconfig, ping, tracert, nslookup, and netstat
 
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A quick tutorial to introduce basic network testing tools like ipconfig, ping, tracert, nslookup, and netstat. Cisco CCNA 1 http://danscourses.com
Views: 418837 danscourses
The DHCP process in Wireshark
 
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The process of obtaining an IP address through DHCP as seen through Wireshark - http://www.danscourses.com/
Views: 90023 danscourses
Map a Network Drive to a Shared Folder in Windows Server 2008
 
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How to use group policy preferences to map a network drive to a shared folder in Windows Server 2008. http://danscourses.com
Views: 118803 danscourses
VLANs and Trunks for Beginners - Part 5
 
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A quick tutorial on how to set up VLANs and Trunks for the Cisco CCNA. Using Packet Tracer, I demonstrate the basic function of VLANs and Trunks. Also In this series of tutorials, I will discuss the different types of VLANs: Default, Data, Native, Management, and Voice and the 802.1Q trunking protocol. This video focuses on configuring the Native VLAN on the trunk ports. See the whole series at http://danscourses.com
Views: 315357 danscourses
Routing Protocols Overview (Cisco CCNA- RIP, RIPv2, EIGRP, OSPF) Part2
 
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A tutorial on the basic differences between RIP, RIPv2, EIGRP and the OSPF routing protocols for the Cisco CCNA http://www.danscourses.com
Views: 126401 danscourses
Solving Subnetting Questions for the Cisco CCNA - 1
 
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http://danscourses.com - How to solve a problem with the network question in the Cisco CCNA
Views: 195833 danscourses
Configure PPP with CHAP for the Cisco CCNA
 
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Using Packet Tracer, I demonstrate how to configure serial interfaces for PPP encapsulation and CHAP authentication. CCNA 4 WAN Protocols http://danscourses.com
Views: 93865 danscourses
Packet Tracer Intro to Routing - 1, Cisco CCNA
 
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Using Packet Tracer I demonstrate basic routing concepts including routing tables, connected routes, static routes, default routes and gateway of last resort. Cisco CCNA 1. http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL33E07ECCA73C0755 http://danscourses.com
Views: 263527 danscourses
Cisco IOS CLI for beginners - Part 1
 
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A Cisco IOS command line interface tutorial for beginners. CCNA http://danscourses.com
Views: 290864 danscourses
Find the Private IP Addresses Question
 
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http://danscourses.com - A lecture on finding the private ip addresses for the Cisco CCNA
Views: 68818 danscourses
DHCP Services on a Router for the Cisco CCNA - Part 1
 
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In this tutorial I configure basic DHCP services on a CIsco router for the Cisco CCNA http://danscourses.com
Views: 93807 danscourses
Named Access Lists (NACL) Cisco CCNA
 
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A quick tutorial on writing and applying a named access list to a Cisco router. The tutorial is done using Packet Tracer. Find more information on access lists by going to my CCNA 3 playlist: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB6CB791010430835 Subscribe! and for more information visit me at http://danscourses.com
Views: 48836 danscourses
RIP & routing table basics using Packet Tracer - Part 1
 
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http://danscourses.com - The basics of RIP and routing tables, demonstrated using Packet Tracer for the Cisco CCNA
Views: 217896 danscourses
EUI-64 conversion for the Cisco CCNA
 
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http://danscourses.com - In this tutorial, I show how the EUI-64 portion of an IPv6 link-local address is generated from the 48 bit MAC address. This tutorial maps to the new Cisco Academy CCNA 5.0 curriculum. In the tutorial, I use Packet Tracer to demonstrate EUI-64 in context. Please Subscribe!
Views: 23333 danscourses
Extended Access List (ACL) for the Cisco CCNA - Part 1
 
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A beginner's tutorial on writing an extended access list (extended ACL) for the Cisco CCNA and CCNA Security. The demonstration uses the Cisco Packet Tracer software. In part 1, I demonstrate how to write an extended access list and where to apply or place it in the network. For more information visit me at http://danscourses.com
Views: 161967 danscourses
Subnetting Cisco CCNA -Part 2 The Magic Number
 
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Learn Cisco Subnetting the easy way - CCNA Learn the Magic Number Trick http://www.danscourses.com
Views: 290957 danscourses
Configure Frame Relay for the Cisco CCNA - Part 3
 
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Using Packet Tracer I configure the cloud device for a Frame Relay network - Part 3 http://danscourses.com
Views: 103303 danscourses
How to Build a Website in Flash CS5? - Part 2
 
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In this tutorial I focus on editing the html in order to center the flash file as well as modify the backgound color or or background image for the website. http://danscourses.com
Views: 45473 danscourses
Router on a Stick, Inter-VLAN Routing - Part 1
 
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A quick tutorial on inter-vlan routing and router on a stick for the Cisco CCNA. The demonstration is done using Packet Tracer. In part 1, I discuss the benefits of VLANs and how it is best implemented with inter-VLAN routing over a trunk. Click here for part 3: http://youtu.be/2_xpsk-uRug Click here for part 2: http://youtu.be/h8DoNKuX9Gs Subscribe and visit me at http://danscourses.com
Views: 119436 danscourses
Cisco IOS CLI for beginners - Part 4
 
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http://danscourses.com - Switch configuration basics including line console 0, line vty, hostname, banner motd, interface vlan 1 and ip default gateway. Configure a switch for telnet access. Cisco CCNA Packet Tracer
Views: 100569 danscourses
The purpose of the DTE and the DCE in the Cisco CCNA
 
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http://danscourses.com - What are the differences between the DTE and the DCE for the Cisco CCNA? In this tutorial, I discuss the purpose and characteristics of the DTE (the router) and the DCE (the modem or CSU/DSU) and how it is used at home and in the labs. Subscribe! and for more information on this topic visit me at http://danscourses.com
Views: 76201 danscourses
Multiarea OSPF for the CCNA - Part 1 Overview
 
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Part 1 of a multipart tutorial on Multiarea OSPF for beginners. Part 1 focuses on Multiarea OSPF basics including two layer hierarchical design, optimization, and IP address planning. The tutorial is done in Packet Tracer 6.2. Designed to accompany a Cisco CCNA curriculum. Part 2 will cover configuring Multiarea OSPF. Visit me at http://danscourses.com You will find the downloadable starter file here: http://danscourses.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/multi-area-ospf-begin.zip
Views: 37170 danscourses
Configure PPP with PAP for the Cisco CCNA
 
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Using Packet Tracer, I demonstrate how to configure serial interfaces for PPP encapsulation and PAP authentication. CCNA 4 WAN Protocols http://danscourses.com
Views: 72578 danscourses
Subnetting Cisco CCNA -Part 1 The Magic Number
 
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How to do Cisco subnetting the easy way - CCNA The Magic Number Trick http://www.danscourses.com
Views: 679410 danscourses
How to work with VLSM in the Cisco CCNA -Part2
 
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DansCourses.com - A tutorial on VLSM Variable Length Subnet Masks in the Cisco CCNA http://www.danscourses.com/
Views: 104252 danscourses
IPv4 Subnetting Practice for the CCNA - Class B
 
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http://danscourses.com - How to quickly find the subnet using my magic number technique. This tutorial focuses on how to quickly and easily find the IPv4 subnet. In this example, I choose a Class B IPv4 address with a slash 22 subnet mask to demonstrate answering the following questions: 1. What is the magic number? 2. Is it a host, network, or broadcast address? 3. What is the subnet mask in slash notation? 4. What is the network address? 5. What is the broadcast address? 6. What is the first usable host address? 7. What is the last usable host address? 8. How many usable hosts in the network? 9. What is the next available network address? This practice is designed to help you be successful on a Cisco CCNA exam. Please Subscribe!
Views: 39793 danscourses
Thick Versus Thin Disk Provisioning Basics in VMware
 
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Go to http://ndg.tech/vmware to sign up for NDG's free Introduction to Virtualization course to learn the basics of virtualization and the VMware platform. Don't forget to subscribe! In this video tutorial, I discuss the differences and benefits in using thick and thin disk provisioning in virtual machines. Today, more than ever, it is crucial that students learn about the importance of computer virtualization. This is why NDG teamed up with the VMware to create an introductory course on virtualization for beginners. As a video content creator I was asked to create a series of videos to go along with the course. I am posting the videos here to my YouTube Danscourses channel to promote this new free resource for students and instructors!
Views: 7199 danscourses
How to install and run Apache web server in Ubuntu Linux
 
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A quick and easy tutorial on downloading installing and running Apache web server in Ubuntu 11.10 Linux. I also cover verifying the server, starting and stopping Apache, as well as editing the index.html homepage. Go here for Part 2 Installing PHP to the Apache web server: http://youtu.be/7Zm9vLh70wI Please subscribe and visit me at: http://danscourses.com where I have more tutorials on Linux
Views: 449799 danscourses
Linux Mint Shell Scripting for Beginners -Part 1
 
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Subscribe! http://danscourses.com - in this tutorial, I cover the basics of creating your own Linux shell script programs using the bash shell in Mint. In the tutorial, I write a simple "hello world" shell script, show how to give the file execute permissions, and how to run the file as a program. Subscribe, and for more information on Linux basics visit my website!
Views: 38998 danscourses
Subnet a Network in Packet Tracer - Part1
 
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http://danscourses.com - How to subnet and set up a network in Packet Tracer http://www.danscourses.com
Views: 170553 danscourses
NAT basics for beginners CCNA - Part 1
 
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Download the Packet Tracer 6.3 file in the video at: http://danscourses.com/configure-nat-basics-ccna-packet-tracer/ - In Part 1, I cover all of the basics regarding NAT and how to configure it for the CCENT and CCNA certification exams. The video demonstrates static NAT translation, and port forwarding. - In Part 2, I cover NAT overload (PAT), and dynamic NAT with NAT pools.
Views: 90695 danscourses
Basic IPv6 addressing with Packet Tracer 6.0 - Part 1
 
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http://danscourses.com - Subscribe Today! In part 1, I cover IPv6 addressing on the local network with link local addresses. How to configure the router and PC hosts with IPv6 link local addressing and test the connectivity. The tutorial is designed for beginners who are new to IPv6. Part 2 will cover global unicast addressing and how to configure it. The tutorial is done using the new Packet Tracer 6.0 and corresponds to the Cisco CCNA 5.0 curriculum.
Views: 147095 danscourses

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