Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Hi Group!

YouTube's still having some issues with uploading videos ( and for those of you who asked, yes, I did check Layer 1 first when troubleshooting on this side - the computer was on! ;) ).

While we're waiting for that to be resolved so we can upload a new batch of Cisco certification exam training videos and practice exams, here are some more videos straight from our YouTube Computer Certification Channel!

As you're watching these videos, keep this offer in mind...

You can still get a free CCNA Security Study Package, valued at $67, with any purchase of my CCNA and CCNP Study Packages or Video Boot Camps. Just click the banners below, and in minutes you're on the road to earning your CCNA Security certification at absolutely no additional charge!

"Wanted to let you know that I passed the CCNA Security exam today. Thanks for your excellent training materials which certainly played a significant role in me going into the exam room today well-prepared and with optimism!" - Robert DelVecchio, CCNA Security Certified!

"Scored a 922 on the CCNA Security exam today, thanks to your Study Package!" - Herbert Spencer, CCNA Security Certified!

Enjoy these videos, and I'll see you later today with even more new videos! It's an exciting time here at TBA, and I'm glad you're here with us - because our success is all due to you!

Chris Bryant
CCIE #12933
"The Computer Certification Bulldog"

CCNA and CCNP candidates alike should take this Video Practice Exam on RIP!

For you CCNA and CCENT candidates, here's a look at the differences and similarities between multicasts, broadcasts, and unicasts:

Pings seem simple enough ... but it's the simple topics that seem to have the most details! Here's a look at those important details to help prepare you for Cisco certification exam success and using pings to their fullest in the real world.

For CCNA and CCNP candidates alike, here's a look at Cisco router password and their encryption... or non-encryption!

Ever wonder how I hop around from one router to another in my videos? I use an Access Server in my Cisco router pods -- and it's a good idea for every CCNA and CCNP candidate to know how to configure and troubleshoot an AS. Here's a two-part video set to help you learn these vital skills.

Here's part 1...

... and part 2!

... and what's a study session without some Video Practice Exams? :)

For you CCNP candidates, here's a BGP practice exam:

And no matter which exam you're studying for, it never hurts to review the OSI model! This video does a little more than just review that subject, though, so have a look!

Enjoy these videos, and I'll see you later today with more!

Chris Bryant
CCIE #12933
"The Computer Certification Bulldog"

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