Become a Network Administrator:
Network administrators play a vital role in managing and maintaining an organization’s computer network. Begin your career in information technology (IT) as a network administrator, and learn the essential skills you’ll need to organize, install, and support a Cisco network.
Duration: 31 Hours
Courses: 16 With Certifications
Advanced Topics in Cisco Routing: RIPv2, EIGRP, and OSPF
Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician Essential Training
Everything You Need to Know about Subnetting
Exploring the Packet Delivery Process
Foundations of Networking: IP Addressing
Foundations of Networking: Networking Basics
Foundations of Networking: Network Media (LANs)
Foundations of Networking: Network Media (WANs)
Foundations of Networking: Protocols and CLI Tools
Getting to Know IPv6
Protect Your Network with Open-Source Software
Troubleshooting Your Network with Wireshark
Understanding IP Addressing
Up and Running with Cisco CLI Switch Configuration
Up and Running with Cisco CLI Switch Configuration Part 2
Foundations of Networking: Networking Basics with Timothy Pintello
Introduces the core networking topologies, compares and contrasts the OSI and TCP/IP models, and introduces common network devices.
1h 48m – COURSE
Foundations of Networking: IP Addressing with Timothy Pintello
Learn about IP addressing, including logical vs. physical addressing, IPv4 and IPv6, and resolution techniques such as DHCP and DNS.
2h 36m – COURSE
Foundations of Networking: Network Media (LANs) with Greg Sowell
Learn how to set up a LAN (local area network), WAN (wide area network), or wireless area network in this Foundations of Networking class.
1h 7m – COURSE
Foundations of Networking: Network Media (WANs) with Greg Sowell
Discover how to apply your existing IP knowledge to networking. Learn how to set up WANs (wide area networks) with switches, routers, and different routing protocols.
2h 2m – COURSE
Foundations of Networking: Protocols and CLI Tools with Greg Sowell
Learn how to troubleshoot network connectivity issues using different protocols and command-line (CLI) tools.
1h 13m – COURSE
Understanding IP Addressing with Mark Jacob
Learn how to configure and verify IP addresses and understand static vs. dynamic addresses and public vs. private addressing.
36m 10s – COURSE
Network Troubleshooting with Mark Jacob
Learn how to troubleshoot network performance and security issues.
54m 17s – COURSE
Everything You Need to Know about Subnetting with Mark Jacob
Learn everything you need to know about subnetting, from the basics of binary to supernetting.
2h 22m – COURSE
Exploring the Packet Delivery Process with Mark Jacob
Explore packet delivery topics like understanding port numbers, establishing a TCP session, and exploring basic IP routing.
1h 29m – COURSE
Getting to Know IPv6 with Mark Jacob
Get to know IPv6, the latest version of Internet Protocol, which routes traffic across the web.
56m 28s – COURSE
Advanced Topics in Cisco Routing: RIPv2, EIGRP, and OSPF with Lazaro Diaz
Explore advanced topics and techniques in Cisco routing, from RIPv2 routes for smaller networks, to EIGRP and OSPF protocols for enterprise networks.
2h 43m – COURSE
Protect Your Network with Open-Source Software with Jungwoo Ryoo
Learn how to protect your network for free with open-source tools and these network-security tutorials from expert Jungwoo Ryoo.
1h 49m – COURSE
Troubleshooting Your Network with Wireshark with Lisa Bock
Learn how to capture and analyze network traffic with Wireshark, a free, open-source packet analysis tool, and identify congestion issues, suspicious activity, and network intrusions.
2h 35m – COURSE
Up and Running with Cisco CLI Switch Configuration with Denise Allen-Hoyt
Learn how to configure a Cisco switch to connect and control resources on your network.
1h 2m – COURSE
Up and Running with Cisco CLI Router Configuration with Denise Allen-Hoyt
Learn how to configure a Cisco router to transmit data between local area networks and connect to the Internet.
1h 38m – COURSE
Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician Essential Training with Lazaro Diaz
Prepare for the Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician (CCENT). Learn about router and switch configuration, IP addressing, routing protocols, and critical security concepts.
6h 23m – COURSE
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