Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Here's Video #1 In My New "Cisco Fifty" Video Series - 50 New Videos In 50 Days!

This one's intended for all CCNA, NA Voice, and NA Wireless candidates - it's a review of some basic VLAN and VTP theory and verification commands, and I also clear up a common misconception of VTP behavior. You can thank me after you pass the exams!

And speaking of passing the exams, you don't have to leave this page to register for the Webinars mentioned in the video - the descriptions and registrations are right here!

April 29 - Etherchannels

In this highly popular Webinar, I'll discuss the reasons you might want to create an Etherchannel, and then I'll build one LIVE right there in the Webinar. In addition to building and verifying the Etherchannel, we'll also introduce some "issues" and see how STP and the Etherchannel handle these issues!

To register, just click these links! All registration links take you to a secure page at GoToWebinar.com.

April 29 Webinar: Etherchannels - 4:15 EST

April 29 Webinar: Etherchannels - 9:15 EST

May 6 - Frame Relay Fundamentals

In this Webinar, we'll discuss the reasons we use Frame Relay, along with other basics such as the LMI, frame map statements, and plenty of other vital Frame Relay information.

I'll also demonstrate LIVE Frame Relay commands, including vital show and debug commands you need to master for your exams and for working in today's production networks.

To register, just click the links below!

May 6 Webinar: Frame Relay, 4:15 EST

May 6 Webinar: Frame Relay, 9:15 EST

Here's the video for today!

And when you're done here, head out to my YouTube CCNA And CCNP Certification Video Channel, with almost 100,000 views and climbing!

If you can't get to YouTube or just don't like it, my website's CCNA And CCNP Video page contains many of the same videos, including Video Practice Exams!

I'll see you later today with the answers to yesterday's practice exam questions, a new set of Cisco training questions, and anything else I can think of!

Chris Bryant
CCIE #12933
"The Computer Certification Bulldog"

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