CCNP Collaboration LiveLessons provides you with a detailed review of the key topics on all four of the CCNP Collaboration exams: CIPTV1 300-070, CIPTV3 300-075, CTCOLLAB 300-080, and CAPPS 300-085.
This Learning Path prepares you for taking the necessary steps in achieving your Cisco Routing and Switching Certification (CCNA and CCNP). You’ll prep for the Cisco 100-101 exam (ICND1 – Networking Devices, Part 1) and Cisco 200-101 (ICND2 – Networking Devices, Part 2) which are required for the CCNA Certification, and Cisco 300-115 (Switch Exam Training) which is the first step towards your CCNP Certification.
Looking to start or enhance your career in computer networking? Begin here. The Cisco CCENT certification is an entry level routing and switching certification recognized by IT professionals world-wide. Possessing a CCENT tells potential employers you have the knowledge and ability to install, operate, and troubleshoot small enterprise and branch networks.
In this project-based Understanding the Cisco ASA Firewall video tutorial series, you'll quickly have relevant skills for real-world applications.
The Network Design Cookbook is a guide that provides a structured process that you, as a network engineer or a consultant, can use to meet your critical technical objectives while keeping within the parameters of industry best practices. While it primarily deals with Cisco equipment, the Network Design Cookbook lays out a design process that allows for the incorporation of products from other vendors.
Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks (SWITCH 300-115) is a qualifying exam for the Cisco CCNP Routing and Switching and CCDP certifications. The SWITCH 300-115 exam certifies the switching knowledge and skills of successful candidates. They are certified in planning, configuring, and verifying the implementation of complex enterprise switching solutions that use the Cisco Enterprise Campus Architecture.
Learn how to analyze and display geospatial information using QGIS and Python.
Artists, product designers, and inventors who understand the basics of Arduino prototyping can take their skills to the next level in this overview of how to work with input sensors: those multitude of devices that can monitor the physical world. You’ll start with the simple (temperature sensors, light sensors) and then move up to the complex (distance, accelerometer, object recognition), learning how each sensor functions, how to wire them up, and how to program them.