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Nov 23 / Greg

Class Video – Intro to Networking

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This is a CCNA style class that is vendor independent…ish…it’s really a free CCNA Training Video. I focus on Cisco and Mikrotik.
The video is about an hour and 45 minutes.

The slides are here -> Intro to Networking Slides (12497)

This class was taught to a group of guys I am quite familiar with, so the style is pretty laid back with a conversational tone.

As always, your feedback is quite welcome!

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  1. sacabonos / Nov 24 2009

    Thank you for taking the time to teach us all something. I’ve learned a lot of useful information but the lecture was so full of acronyms and I got lost many times. 🙂

  2. Greg / Nov 24 2009

    sacabonos :
    Thank you for taking the time to teach us all something. I’ve learned a lot of useful information but the lecture was so full of acronyms and I got lost many times. :)

    Thanks for popping by and having a watch!

    Please let me know of any acronyms I need further explanation on or concepts I need to expound on, let me know!

    I’ll start a glossary at the bottom of this post 🙂

  3. saut marasi manihuruk / Feb 22 2010

    i am new in mikrotik. however, i just want to study more and more so that one time i can master it.

  4. saut marasi manihuruk / Feb 22 2010

    saut marasi manihuruk :
    i am new in mikrotik. however, i just want to study more and more so that one time i can master it.

    sacabonos :
    Thank you for taking the time to teach us all something. I’ve learned a lot of useful information but the lecture was so full of acronyms and I got lost many times.

    Make a list of the acronyms you are interested in, and I’ll give you the definition 🙂

  5. Sean Robertson / May 8 2010

    Great Video!!!

    By the way, no need to memorize the subnet values. 256- # of IPs = subnet value.

  6. Paul Verboom / Aug 28 2011

    I’ve used and learned all the consumer level stuff the Linksys Dlink router etc. Now I want to do more for our organization. Purchased a MikroTik RB750 but found I needed to learn a whole new level of stuff.

    Your Video answered a whole bunch of questions I had. For example couldn’t find out anywhere what the /16 or /24 at the end of the IP address meant.

    Thanks for the time and effort you put into this

  7. Greg / Aug 28 2011

    @Paul
    Always glad to help!

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