The Differences Between Port-Centric, Static, And Dynamic Vlan Configurations in CCNA 640-801
Lesson: (5 of 10) Understanding Layer 2 Switching Technology
In this course, you will learn about switching technology in relation to Cisco networks. You'll learn how switching functions in a Cisco network, and learn about several features and protocols that have been developed by Cisco.
Learn that the basic operation of a switch involves discovering MAC addresses, filtering or forwarding frames, and preventing loops. Learn that switches use a filter table to store the MAC addresses of the devices connected to their ports. Learn that bridges and switches can cause bridging loops, which can lead to a great deal of wasted bandwidth.
Our Understanding Layer 2 Switching Technology lesson, in our Cisco Related Series by MindLeaders CCNA 640-801 course will show you how to The differences between port-centric, static, and dynamic VLAN configurations.
This training course provides a detailed explanation of switching technology in relation to Cisco networks. It discusses how switching functions in a Cisco network, and includes discussion on several features and protocols that have been developed by Cisco.
This interactive course is for anyone preparing for the Cisco CCNA 640-801 exam, or for anyone who wants to learn more about networking.
Basic Switch Operations, Spanning Tree Protocol, Cisco LAN Switching Methods, Virtual Local Area Networks (VLANs), VLAN Technologies, VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP), Configuring VLANs.
This course is designed to help learners prepare and take the Cisco Certified Network Associate exams 640-821: Introduction to Cisco Networking Technologies, 640-811: Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices, and the combined exam, 640-801: Cisco Certified Network Associate. This course explains how to install, configure, and monitor Cisco switches and routers. Learners are taught the functions of each layer in the Open Systems Interconnect Model, LAN protocols and switching methods, IP Addressing, and WAN protocols. Finally, learners are taught how to configure VLANs, establish Point-to-Point connections, configure ISDN, establish Frame Relay connections, and manage IP traffic with Access Lists.
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