Monday, March 05, 2012





There's never been a better time to be a Bulldog!

My apologies for the Security, Voice, and Wireless videos not being posted Tuesday - they'll be right here later today.

I have added CCNA links to this post - don't miss 'em!


Huge news for you future CCNPs - 

-  an entire hour of my CCNP ROUTE Bulldog Boot Camp is now available for free access via YouTube!

I just happen to have them in this blog post for you, too... and this is excellent material for you future CCNAs to watch as well!

Big CCNA Security / Wireless / Voice news later today, along with new videos!





Hi Bulldogs!

You spoke, and we listened - a full, free hour of my CCNP ROUTE Bulldog Boot Camp DVD is now available on my CCNA / CCNP Video Training Channel on YouTube!

The material covered in these videos is great for you future CCNAs, too!

I've posted all three videos below - and if you enjoy them as much as I think you will, please download them and share them!

Speaking of the CCNA, here are links for you future CCENTs and CCNAs to help you get certified!






With no further ado, let's get to the videos....

Part 1 is a discussion of distance vector protocol behaviors and administrative distance, along with some other powerful fundamentals.    Even if you earned your CCNA yesterday, do not skip this video to get to the other ones.  : ) 






Part 2 of this exclusive series covers - well, a lot!

Routing table operation, static routing, the "show ip protocols" command, a static routing lab with plenty of debug work, and much more -- all just one click away!  Enjoy!






I'm paying it forward to every CCNP candidate in the world:

Get all three of my CCNP Bulldog Boot Camp DVDs for just $266!

You can watch every video online and download them immediately, and we'll pay for the Federal Express shipping!





Part 3 of this series is almost 100% lab work!   Here, we'll go through a floating static route lab inspired by a real-world scenario I had to deal with...


... and once you see this video, you'll see exactly what a "floating" static route is all about, and some real-world reasons that you'd use one!


(You'll also see it the only way I ever run a lab - on live Cisco routers!)










Thanks so much for watching, and for making TBA part of your Cisco certification success story!

(Be sure to visit the blog again later today for exclusive CCNA Wireless, Voice, and Security videos!)


Chris Bryant
CCIE #12933
"The Computer Certification Bulldog"









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