Complete CCT CCNA Lab Cisco Packet Tracer Network Administration CCNA Routing Switching P4 STP RSTP MSTP Config Tshoot

What you will learn


Cisco Packet Tracer Network Administration


Routing Switching Configuration Troubleshooting


This comprehensive course delves into advanced networking concepts within the Cisco ecosystem, specifically focusing on Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) and Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP). Designed as part of the Cisco Certified Technician (CCT) and Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification track, this course equips students with the knowledge and practical skills needed to configure, troubleshoot, and optimize network infrastructures.

The course begins with an in-depth exploration of STP, a fundamental protocol in network redundancy and loop prevention. Students will learn about the various STP variants, including IEEE 802.1D (STP), and IEEE 802.1w (RSTP). Through a combination of theoretical lectures and hands-on lab exercises using Cisco Packet Tracer, participants will gain a profound understanding of STP operations, including port roles, states, and the election process for root bridges. Moreover, students will learn techniques for optimizing STP convergence time and mitigating potential network disruptions.

Following the STP module, the course transitions to explore RSTP, a more advanced iteration of the spanning tree algorithm designed to reduce convergence time in larger networks. Participants will delve into RSTP’s enhancements over traditional STP, such as rapid convergence, port roles, and the proposal/agreement mechanism. Through practical lab scenarios and real-world troubleshooting scenarios, students will master the configuration and optimization of RSTP in complex network topologies.

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Moreover, this course aligns with the objectives of the CCNA 200-301 Routing and Switching certification exam, ensuring that participants acquire the skills necessary to succeed in the industry-standard certification. Topics such as routing, switching, configuration, and troubleshooting are seamlessly integrated into the curriculum, providing students with a holistic understanding of network administration.

By the end of the course, participants will have developed a robust skill set in STP, RSTP, and network administration, empowering them to design, implement, and maintain resilient network infrastructures in enterprise environments. With practical experience gained through hands-on labs and simulations, students will be well-prepared to tackle real-world networking challenges and excel in their careers as Cisco-certified professionals.



Cisco Packet Tracer Network Administration CCT CCNA Part 4

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How to Fix a Problem L2 and L3 – Network Connectivity Issue with New Switches
Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) and Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP)
A broadcast storm is a phenomenon that occurs in a computer network
When redundant LANs are deployed without using Spanning Tree Protocol
STP and RSTP – Root Bridge Election – Designated and Non-Designated Ports
Non-Root Bridge Ports and Ports Connected to End Devices
Switch STP Verification – Root Bridge
How to Check Non Root Bridges and STP on L2 Switches
Content of BPDUs and Timers Associated with BPDUs
STP Root Bridge Configuration and Verification
RSTP Root Bridge Configuration and Verification
STP vs RSTP – Real Example
STP or RSTP Interface BW and Cost
STP and Cost Config
STP Link Types or Port Types
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