This video series prepares you to pass the Cisco 200-125 CCNA Routing and Switching exam. It's designed for learners with basic IP address knowledge and a good understanding of network fundamentals. The course explains the routing and switching concepts required to run small- to medium-sized enterprise branch networks. Topics include the operation, installation, and configuration of basic IPv4 and IPv6 networks; the configuration of LAN routers and switches; and the fundamentals of network troubleshooting and security.
John Pickard teaches undergraduate information and computer technology courses at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina. A Cisco Certified Network Academy Instructor with over 16 years of experience in network engineering, John holds numerous certifications (CCNP, IPv6 Forum Certified Gold Engineer and Trainer, etc.) and a PhD in Technology Management from Indiana State University.