386.243.9001 or toll-free 844-CTS-KITS (844-287-5487)

CCNA Routing & Switching Standard Lab Kit v4

CCNA Routing & Switching Standard Lab Kit v4

$659.99 $589.99

Cisco CCNA Routing & Switching Standard Lab Kit for 200-120 Exam -3

$659.99 $589.99

What is included in the CCNA R&S Standard Lab Kit:

  • 1 Cisco 1941 Router with 512MB-D/128MB-F RAM
    -IOS c1900-universalk9-mz.SPA.157-3.M4.bin
  • 2 Cisco 2801 Routers with 256MB-D/64MB-F RAM
    -IOS c2801-adventerprisek9-mz.151-4.M8.bin
  • 1 Cisco 3560v2PS-S PoE Layer 2 and Layer 3 Switch/Router.64MB-D/8MB-F RAM
    -IOS c3560-ipservicesk9-mz.150-1.SE.bin
  • 2 Cisco 2960 LanLite 10/100 Layer 2 Switches with 64MBD/32MBF
    -IOS c2960-lanlitek9-mz.150-2.SE11.bin
  • 4 HWIC-1DSU-T1 Serial Interface Cards
  • 2 WIC-1T Serial Interface Cards
  • 1 Cisco Aironet 1242 WiFi Access Point w/Antennas
  • 5 7ft Ethernet Cat 5e Cables (yellow)
  • 3 3ft Ethernet Cat 5e Crossover Cables (gray)
  • 2 5ft T1/E1 Serial Crossover Cables (white)
  • 1 3ft DB60/DB60 DTE/DCE Serial Cable (dark teal)
  • 1 Cisco Console Cable (light blue)
  • 6 Power Cables
  • The Bryant Advantage’s CCNA Routing & Switching (200-125) video course with hands-on labs.
  • The Bryant Advantage’s CCNA Security (210-260) video course.
  • Double CCIE Kevin Wallace’s CCNA R&SS Practice Exam Questions.
  • Access to our secure private download servers with backup IOS’, demo, and other freeware software. OVER 225 Gigabytes!*
  • Unlimited technical support via email and telephone
  • 1 year replacement warranty
  • *Shown with optional 12U Desktop Rack and brackets; optional cable management; and optional power bar.

In stock (can be backordered)

USB-DB9 Serial Cable

Desktop Rack and Brackets

Rack Power Bar

SKU: LAB-NA-RS-v4. Category: . Tag: .

This Lab Kit IS exam 640-692 (CCT) and 200-301 (CCNA) compatible (version 4.0).

We include CCIE Chris Bryant’s CCNA Routing and Switching 200-125 course and his 210-260 CCNA Security course for FREE with your purchase of this Lab Kit. Training for the new version 4.0 exam to be announced.

Are you are looking to get your Cisco your CCNA Routing & Switching certification and want more enhanced equipment over what our CCNA R&S Basic Lab Kit has to offer; and our CCNA R&S Advanced Lab Kit is not in your budget? Then our CCNA R&S Standard Lab Kit is your perfect choice!

This Lab Kit is perfect for those who want to stay within the CCNA certification and badge level for a while before going for your CCNP. Advantages over our CCNA Basic R&S Lab Kit are:

  • Upgraded routers
  • Upgraded switches
  • An updated access point.

You can use this Lab Kit for many of the new Cisco badges within the CCNA certification level without having to repurchase a lot of equipment.

Simulators are very limited as to what they can do and emulators require you to “acquire” copies of the Cisco IOS’ and some hardware and then “rig” it all together.  But neither can provide you with the experience that real equipment can. Having a complete lab made up of real Cisco equipment provides you with the best “real-world” experience that is second to none!

Of course you could buy your lab kit piece by piece off of some auction site but…

  • What would you get?
  • Will it be the right equipment or will you have to return it or resell it yourself?
  • What if it fails nine months down the road; who will be there for you?
  • What if you have a technical question; where will you get support?

Buy your lab kit from us and you will have none of these worries; WE ARE HERE FOR YOU!

The 200-301 test covers topics including Network Fundamentals – 15%, LAN Switching Technologies 21%, Routing Technologies – 23%, WAN Technologies – 10%, Infrastructure Services – 10%, Infrastructure Security – 11%, Infrastructure Management – 10%.  You can download a complete list of exam topics at https://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en_us/training-events/le31/le46/cln/marketing/exam-topics/200-301-CCNA.pdf

To start off, this Lab Kit comes with:

  • 1 1941 router running IOS 15.7 (updated over the Basic Lab Kit)
  • 2 2801 routers running version 15.1 IOS

The 1941 router has 2 Gigabit Ethernet ports, 1 USB port, 1 console and 1 AUX ports, 2 EHWIC/HWIC/WIC/WVIC/VIC, with 512 megabytes DRAM & 128MB megabytes of flash RAM.

The 2801 has 2 Fast Ethernet ports, 1 USB port, 1 console and 1 AUX ports, 2 HWIC/WIC/WVIC/VIC slots, 1 WIC/VIC slot, 1 VIC slot, and one internal AIM slot with 256 megabytes DRAM & 64MB megabytes of flash RAM.

Do not get taken by the cheap Lab Kits offered by other company’s websites, on Amazon or on eBay that only have one or two routers and one or two switches. These cheap kits are NOT complete lab kits as claimed and they fall short when you start configuring labs. This is why we do not offer Lab Kits with less than three routers and three switches.  Also, make sure that your CCNA R&S Lab Kit has at least three 1800 or 2800 series of routers as the 2500 and 2600 series do not meet the current exam requirements.

Many other kit provider’s use lower end 2950 switches with the Standard Image IOS as does our CCNA R&S Basic Lab Kit. These switches are very limited and cannot be upgraded to the Enhanced Image software. In our CCNA R&S Standard Lab Kit we provide you with…

  • One Cisco 3560v2PS-S PoE (Enhanced Multilayer Software Image) Layer 2 and Layer 3 switch running IOS 15.0
  • Two Cisco 2960 LanLite Layer 2 switches running IOS LanLite version IOS 15.0.

The 3860v2 switch is a layer 2, layer 3 switch with advanced QoS, rate limiting, ACLs, and basic static and Routing Information Protocol (RIP) routing functions, advanced hardware-based IP unicast and IP Multicast routing as well as policy-based routing (PBR), and IPv6 routing and IPv6 ACL.

The 2960-24-S, TC-L or TT-S LanLite switches feature voice, video, data, and highly secure access, and delivering scalable management. Features included are, Enhanced security including Cisco TrustSec for providing authentication, access control, and security policy administration, and runs the LanBase version IOS 15.0.

Lots of accessories are also included, four HWIC-1DSU-T1 serial cards and two WIC-1T serial cards. This allows you to gain knowledge on both types of serial interfaces to learn Frame-Relay and T1 connections. (Frame Relay is no longer on the exam however, it’s still good to learn it). Of course there are plenty of cables to wire up all those ports in your labs.

The CCNA R&S Standard Lab Kit includes all the equipment listed below plus the full CCNA Routing & Switching AND the CCNA Security (210-260) online video course presented by CCIE Chris Bryant.  These courses have lots of real-world hands-on labs for you to learn from. Your copy is fully licensed by TBA and comes with their email support in addition to the free support we provide. *Please note that some additional equipment may need to be purchased to complete every lab as presented by the course instructor.**200-301 training to be announced.

Plus Double CCIE Kevin Wallace’s practice questions. Your success is our main goal!

We provide you with UNLIMITED FREE technical support for each certification lab you purchase. We’re just an e-mail or phone call away ready to help you.

What is included in the Kit?

  • 1 Cisco 1941 Router with 512MB-D/128MB-F RAM, IOS
  • 2 Cisco 2801 Routers with 256MB-D/64MB-F RAM, IOS
  • 1 Cisco 3560v2PS-S PoE 10/100 Layer 2 and Layer 3 Switch/Router.64MB-D/8MB-F RAM, IOS
  • 2 Cisco 2960 LanLite 10/100 Layer 2 Switches with 64MBD/32MBF, IOS
  • 4 HWIC-1DSU-T1 Serial Interface Cards
  • 2 WIC-1T Serial Interface Cards
  • 1 Cisco Aironet 1242 WiFi Access Point w/Antennas
  • 5 7ft Ethernet Cat 5e Cables (yellow)
  • 3 3ft Ethernet Cat 5e Crossover Cables (gray)
  • 2 5ft T1/E1 Serial Crossover Cables (white)
  • 1 3ft DB60/DB60 DTE/DCE Serial Cable (dark teal)
  • 1 Cisco Console Cable (light blue)
  • 6 Power Cables
  • The Bryant Advantage’s CCNA Routing & Switching (200-125) video course with hands-on labs. (We provide you with a fully licensed copy of Chris’ courses).
  • The Bryant Advantage’s CCNA Security (210-260) video course at no charge to you.
  • Double CCIE Kevin Wallace’s CCNA R&S Practice Exam Questions.
  • Access to our secure private download servers with backup IOS’, demo, and other freeware software. OVER 225 Gigabytes!*
  • Unlimited technical support via email and telephone
  • 1 year replacement warranty
  • *Shown with optional 12U Desktop Rack and brackets; optional cable management; and optional power bar.

To configure the routers and switches, you need a computer with a DB9 serial port to use with the console cable. However, most of today’s computers do not have this port. You can solve this problem by purchasing an USB to serial adapter like the one we offer below.  Please note that when resetting a password on some Cisco devices, you need to press CTRL-BREAK while the unit is first powered on.  Many of the “cheap” USB to serial adapters do not pass this code, ours does!  We have them here at: https://www.certificationtrainingsolutions.com/product/usb-to-serial-rs-232c-db9-adapter/

Please visit our Shipping Policy page for information if you are not located within the continental United States including AA, AE, and AP shipments before you order online.
*** We ship WORLDWIDE!!! ***

Have a Question or want to customize your kit?
Call us for free by clicking the call button below.

Contact Us powered by Voxmeup

♥ We Love to Customize ♥

What the Online Video Course Covers:

Section: 1 – CCNA 200-125 Video Boot Camp Preview!
CCNA 200-125 Video Boot Camp Preview 3:15
Watching Your Free CCNA Security Course! 1:48

Section: 2 – CCNA 200-125, ICND1, Sec 1: Supermodels! (Network Supermodels, That Is)
Network Fund. 1: Why We Network (And Real-World Success Tips) 7:49
Network Fund. 2: The OSI Model 10:13
Network Fund. 3: The TCP/IP Model (And Real-World Success Tips) 11:07

Section: 3 – CCNA 200-125, ICND1, Sec. 2: Ethernet And Cabling
Physical 1: Ethernet Standards 9:38
Physical 2: Cable Types 7:56
Physical 3: The Fields Of Ethernet 6:02

Section: 4 – CCNA 200-125, ICND1, Sec. 3: Hubs, History, and Why Hubs Are History
Why Hubs Came, Why They Left 8:52
Bridges, Switches, and Logical Segmentation 6:05
Building The MAC Table, Part 1 9:11
Building The MAC Table, Part 2 6:12
Frame Processing, Hex Conversions, and Breaking Down MAC Addresses 13:25
Converting Hex Values To Decimal 7:53

Section: 5 – CCNA 200-125, ICND1, Sec 4: Config Modes, IOS Help, Intro To VLANs
Configuration Modes and IOS Help Intro 10:56
Exec Timeout, Logging Synch, and the Console Port 6:22
VLAN Lab Begins 11:15
VLAN Lab Concludes 7:01
More VLANs / Erasing The Switch / The VLAN.DAT File 13:26
Intro To Trunking 5:20
The Trunking Port Modes 7:06
Filtering Trunk Traffic On A Per-VLAN Basis 7:13

Section: 6 – CCNA 200-125, ICND1, Sec. 5: Memories, Boots, and Passwords
Memory Contents And Boot Processes 8:22
Setup Mode — One Way In, Two Ways Out 8:00
Enable Secret and Enable Password 8:30
Console Port Protection With One Password 6:37
Console Port Protection With Username / PW Database 12:09
Port Security Success Fundamentals 7:36
Port Security Options 5:43
Port Security Static Lab Begins 9:47
Port Security Static Lab Concludes 4:14
Port Security Dynamic Learning Lab 9:07
Port Security Sticky Addresses / Errdisable Recovery Command 10:36

Section: 7 – CCNA 200-125, ICND1: IP Addressing, Binary, and Intro To Routing
IP Addresses, Subnet Masks, and Binary Conversions 8:11
The Public IP Address Classes 8:18
The Private IP Address Classes 5:09
Connected Routes Walkthrough 7:10
Static Route Walkthrough 10:03

Section: 8 – CCNA 200-125, ICND1: Switches, Default Gateways, Telnet, And More!
Introduction To SVIs 8:13
Creating A Non-Default SVI 5:10
Telnet Labs Begin 7:29
Telnet Labs End 9:38
Auto-negotiation 6:56
Slashes and Console Port Options 5:13
The Description and Interface Range Commands 4:57

Section: 9 CCNA 200-125, ICND1: TCP and UDP
“TCP Good, UDP Bad”? 7:23
The Comparison Continues 7:41
Multiplexing and Intro To Port Numbers 6:09

Section: 10 CCNA 200-125, ICND1: DHCP, DNS, And ARP
DNS And ARP 7:39
DHCP Fun(damentals) 8:13

Section: 11 CCNA 200-125, ICND1: Static Routing, Pings, And Hub-And-Spoke Networks
Lab Topology, Pings, And HAS Networking 9:40
Lab Continues; Intro To “Debug IP Packet” 9:38
Lab Continues, Host Static Routing 8:59
Lab Continues, Default Static Routing 6:47
Default Routes Are Beautiful (Sometimes) 4:36

Section: 12 CCNA 200-125, ICND1: Distance Vector In General, RIPv2 In Particular
Intro To Distance Vector Protocols 6:58
Split Horizon and Poison Reverse 9:15
RIP Lab Begins 8:17
RIP Lab Continues 6:59
RIP Lab Concludes 6:20
The Dangers of Autosummarization 7:26
The Cure for Autosummarization 4:02
Passive Interfaces 11:30
Administrative Distances 8:39
Fun With RIP Load Balancing 7:46
More RIP Load Balancing, Intro To Traceroute 7:47
Version Mismatches and Debugging Tips 6:52
Floating Static Route Lab Begins 9:05
Floating Static Route Lab Continues 8:24
Originating A Default Route With RIP 8:21

Section: 13 – CCNA 200-125, ICND 1 and 2 — Subnetting Success!
The Whys, Ins, and Outs of Subnetting 12:59
Decimal-to-Binary Conversions, Single Value Example 5:37
Decimal-to-Binary Conversions, Dotted Decimal Example 5:19
Binary-to-Decimal Conversions 2:35
Number Of Valid Subnets — Classic Approach 10:02
Number Of Valid Subnets — Bulldog Approach 3:07
Number Of Valid Hosts 4:01
Finding The Subnet Of An IP Address 8:42
Determining The Broadcast Address and Valid Address Range 5:29
At Last! Doing The Actual Subnetting Ourselves! 7:06

Section: 14 – CCNA 200-125, ICND 1: Access Lists
Access List Rules 6:23
Wildcard Masks Made Easy 8:07
Standard ACL Lab Begins 10:34
Standard ACL Lab Concludes 7:01
Extended ACL Lab 7:15
“Host”, “Any”, and “The Order Of The Lines” 9:07
Named Standard ACL Lab 8:12
Named Extended ACL Lab 6:23
Telnet and Extended ACLs 8:53
Telnet, Extended ACLs, and Time Ranges 9:01
Sequence Numbers, Telnet, and Extended ACLs 7:17
One More Telnet Test, plus Absolute Time Ranges! 5:50
Where To Put It, and Why 4:53

Section: 15 – CCNA 200-125, ICND 1: The Network Time Protocol
What’s Going On 7:49
Server – Client Lab 8:29
Peering Lab 2:43
Broadcast Mode 3:09

Section: 16 – CCNA 200-125, ICND1: NAT and PAT
The Fundamentals of NAT and PAT 6:50
Static NAT Lab 7:39
Dynamic NAT Lab 7:32
Port Address Translation Lab 6:53

Section: 17 – CCNA 200-125, ICND1: IP Version 6
Curing Address Anxiety With Compression 12:19
The Global Routing Prefix and Subnet ID 10:27
Enabling V6 — Twice! 9:08
Configuring And Verifying IPV6 Addresses 8:37
Link Local Addresses 6:45
Calculating the Interface Identifier 6:48
Using The Interface Identifier as Host Address 3:09
Router Discovery With NDP 4:40
Host Discovery With NDP 8:42
DHCP On Planet IPV6 4:17
Smart Stuff Our DAD Says 3:15
The IPV6 Routing Table 8:48
Pinging IPV6 Addresses 5:53
Static Routes (Recursive and Directly Connected) 7:57
Static Routes (Fully Specified) 4:42
Using The Link-Local Address With Static Routes 5:00
Default and Host Static Routes 4:07
Nuts, Bolts, and Frame Format Comparison 7:57

Section: 18 CCNA 200-125, ICND1 *and* 2: This And That
Timestamps 8:52
The Password Encryption Services 10:00
Console Logging 12:26
Buffer and Syslog Logging 7:15
“Where ARE My Log Messages?” 6:44
Banners 7:10
CDP Fundamentals 7:09
More Fun With CDP 8:44
The Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP 7:34
Cisco Password Recovery Procedures 8:54
A Little More Config Register Work 3:21

Section: 19 – CCNA 200-125, ICND2: VTP (VLAN Trunking Protocol)
Why Do We Need It? 8:18
Lab Continues 8:27
The Mysterious Joins 5:12
The Modes 8:20
The Config Revision Number 10:11
CRN Lab / Fully Initializing The Switch 9:02
The VTP Password 7:05
More On The VTP Password 7:47
Pruning and Real-World V3 Tips 10:18

Section: 20 – CCNA 200-125, ICND2: The Spanning Tree Protocol
The Fundamentals 9:15
Switching Loops and More Fundamentals 9:23
Root Bridge Election Walkthrough 10:58
Root Bridge Election Results (Root Bridge) 6:27
Root Bridge Election Results (Non-Root Bridge) 5:13
STP Timer Changes 8:15
Root Path Cost vs. Port Cost 8:51
Root Port Tiebreakers 6:25|
DP Selection on Non-Root Switches 8:20
Speed Changes and Port Costs 7:20
Per-VLAN Load Balancing 8:13
Choosing Your Roots 7:37
Choosing Your Secondary Roots 8:23
Stone Cold Priority and PortFast 10:50
Root Guard 10:56
BPDU Guard 8:34

Section: 21 – CCNA 200-125 (ICND2): Etherchannels
The Theory 7:53
The Configuration 9:13
The Verification 11:06
The Negotiation 10:10

Section: 22 – CCNA 200-125 (ICND2) : The Rapid Spanning-Tree Protocol
It Begins 8:52
Edge Ports and Lab Work 8:09
More Lab Work! 3:26

Section: 23 – CCNA 200-125 (ICND2): OSPF
Intro To Link State Protocols 8:29
LSAs and Adjacencies 6:18
Network Mask Match — Yes Or No? 9:03
Hello and Dead Timers 6:25
The Adjacency States 9:00
The DR, BDR, and RID 11:03
Why Areas? PLUS: OSPF Not Starting 9:49
Broadcast Network Build 10:09
NBMA Network Build 9:40
RID Fix, Pings, and Shows 10:56
Point-to-Point Network Build 9:52
Broadcast Network Build / Something’s Missing… 9:32
Virtual Link Build 9:03
Cutting Down On Overhead w/ Passive Interfaces 9:25
Verifying Your Passive Interfaces 7:07
New Router In Network / Using The “Default” Option 7:44
Stub Areas 9:20
Total Stub Areas 6:38
ABRs, ASBRs, And Other Router Types 8:21
The Default-Information Originate Command 9:17
Changing The Port Cost Calculation 9:40
More Port Cost Calculation, Plus Changing The Cost At The Interface 6:49
Bandwidth Lab 9:49
Multiple Routers, One Broadcast Segment 7:00
Enabling OSPF On A Per-Interface Basis 10:37
OSPF Finale 11:56

Section: 24 – CCNA 200-125, ICND2: EIGRP
Success Fundamentals 9:21
Successor and Feasible Successor Fundamentals 4:13
NBMA Network Build 7:12
The Spoke-To-Spoke Dilemma 9:55
The Broadcast Network Build 9:10
From Feasible Successor To Successor 8:10
Variance Lab 1 (Just Right) 8:21
Variance Lab 2 (Too Big) 5:59
(No) Wildcard Mask Lab 6:30
DUAL Queries and the EIGRP RID 10:57
Packet Types and Adjacencies 8:09
Timers and Adjacencies 7:48
“Show IP EIGRP Neighbor” and FD / DR Intro 8:30
Applying The Feasibility Condition 8:02
Feasibility, Variance, and Administrative Distances 8:37
The Perils Of Autosummarization 13:57
Passive Interfaces 6:05
The Metric Weights 6:16
“You Say Goodbye, And I Say Hello…” 6:24
Route Summarization With EIGRP 11:54
The Null0 Interface And The AD5 8:48
Bandwidth Review / Intro To Delay 3:43

Section: 25 – CCNA 200-125 (ICND2): OSPF, EIGRP, and RIP For IPv6
Comparison Shopping 7:14
Broadcast Segment Build 11:36
Point-to-Point Link Build 5:33
NBMA Build 8:42
More NBMA Building 5:37
Stub and Total Stub Areas 6:53
Broadcast Segments and V3 Group Joins 7:02
EIGRP For IPV6 Lab 11:24
RIP For IPV6 Lab 7:17
Pop Quiz Answer 2:22

Section: 26 – CCNA 200-125 (ICND2): First-Hop Redundancy Protocols
The Need For FHRP, Plus Intro To HSRP 9:02
HSRP Lab Begins 9:32
HSRP Theory vs. Real World 6:40
Changing The HSRP Active Router 8:31
HSRP Oddities and Error Messages 12:47
HSRP Load Balancing 8:16
HSRP Versions 10:38
Three. Three Routers! (Ah Ah Ah) 4:19
VRRP Theory and Lab 7:32

Section: 27 – CCNA 200-125 (ICND2): PTP WANs, VPNs, and GRE
Setting Up The Lab / Intro To HDLC 10:42
PAP – CHAP Comparison 5:05
CHAP Lab (All Is Well) 6:02
CHAP Lab (Wrong Password) 4:21
CHAP Lab (Wrong / Missing Username) 7:28
PAP Labs 8:40
Intro To Multilink / Multiple Authentication? 8:55
Intro to VPNs and GRE 9:34
GRE Tunnel Build 1 Begins 8:25
GRE Tunnel Build 1 Concludes 5:04
GRE Tunnel Build 2 Begins 11:16
Recursive Routing / GRE Tunnel Build 2 Conclude 7:29
GRE Tunnel Troubleshooting Checklist 9:32
Why Lease Lines? 7:14
The CSU/DSU and DTE/DCE Cables 9:20
PPPoE (PPP Over Ethernet) Lab 12:03
PPPoE Review 5:18
Your Introduction To DMVPN 8:43
Bonus! Configuring A Frame Relay Switch (Part 1) 12:54
Configuring A Frame Relay Switch (Part 2) 7:03

Section: 28 – CCNA 200-125 (ICND2): Fun With L3 Switches (Mostly)
Router-On-A-Stick Theory 11:10
ROAS Verification / Troubleshooting 6:17
Switched Virtual Interfaces 6:59
Routed Ports Lab Begins 8:34
Routed Ports, Routing Protocols, and T-Shooting 9:47
Layer 3 Etherchannel Build Begins 12:13
Layer 3 EC Verification and Troubleshooting 9:40

Section: 29 – CCNA 200-125 (ICND2): Surviving Quality Of Service
FIFO and WFQ 10:46
Tail Drop and TCP Global Synchronization 7:49
LLQ and Round Robins 7:33
IntServ and DiffServ 11:39
Who Do You Trust (Boundary)? 4:22

Section: 30 – CCNA 200-125 (ICND2): Network Monitoring
SNMP Basics 10:38
SNMP Demo 9:05
Intro To SLA 9:27
SLA Lab 10:19
SPAN Begins 10:17
Local SPAN Lab 5:01
Deleting SPAN Sessions / Remote SPAN Theory 5:33
Remote SPAN Lab / Port Restrictions 6:53

Section: 31 – CCNA 200-125 (ICND2): Cloud Computing and Software-Defined Networking
Intro to Cloud Computing 10:34
Intro To APIC And APIC-EM 13:57
APIC-EM Lab Begins (Discovery) 8:54
APIC-EM Lab Continues (Path Trace, ACL Trace) 11:33

Section: 32 – CCNA 200-125 (ICND2): IPv6 ACLs
The Rules 8:11
Standard ACL Build Lab 10:17
Good Pings, Baaaad Pinnnnngs 6:01
T-Shooting (Expected And Otherwise) 8:54
Using Extended IPv6 Pings 5:01
Extended ACLs / Telnet Lab 11:28
Telnet Lab Continues 6:51
Implicit Permits and ACLs 9:44

Section: 33 – Intro To…
Metro Ethernet 8:10
MPLS, Part 1 12:52
MPLS, Part 2 8:31
Switch Stacking 11:09
Cisco’s Switching Model (And Chassis Aggregation) 6:45
Chassis Aggregation 4:10
AAA Fundamentals 7:30
TACACS+ Server Config (New Commands!) 8:55
RADIUS Server Config 9:11
“AAA Authentication Login” Logic 4:53
AAA Lab 10:57
AAA Authorization And Accounting 7:31
Dot1x Port-Based Authentication Theory 6:48
Dot1x Port-Based Authentication Labs 8:32
SSH: The Theory 5:22
Telnet Review / “Transport Input All” 8:42
SSH Versions and Key Creation Lab 10:15
SSH Server Configuration Labs 8:24
SSH Version Mismatches And Wrapup (Almost) 2:58

Section: 34 – CCNA 200-125 (ICND2): The Border Gateway Protocol
Read This Before You Start The BGP Section! 🙂 2:57
BGP 1: Introduction 6:16
BGP 2: External BGP Peerings 11:37
BGP 3: iBGP Peering and Loopback Interfaces 8:14
BGP 4: eBGP Peering with Loopback Interfaces 6:31
BGP 5: Advertising Routes with “Network” 11:01
BGP 6: Origin and Next-Hop Attributes 10:05
BGP 7: The Best-Path Selection Process 7:54
BGP 8: Next-Hop Addresses 6:48
BGP 9: The Next-Hop Address Rule 3:31
BGP 10: The Multi-Exit Discriminator (MED) 11:31
BGP 11: Local Pref — All, Or Nothing At All 8:56
BGP 12: Local Preferences — Changing One, But Not All 4:49
BGP 13: The Weight Attribute 10:09
BGP 14: More Weight Work! 7:30
BGP 15: Route Summarization 7:45
BGP 16: Synch Rules and the Full Mesh 8:46
BGP 17: Route Reflectors 11:54
BGP 18: Prefix Lists Begin 11:09
BGP 19: Prefix Lists End 5:32
BGP 20: Some Final Words 8:18

The CCNA Routing and Switching course explained by Chris Bryant. Your copy is included in your kit at no additional cost to you!

Install or enable JAVA

Weight 95 lbs
Dimensions 20 × 20 × 20 in





2811 Router; 100-240VAC auto-switching 1.5A average.
2801 Router; 100-240VAC auto-switching 1A average.
3560 PS Switch; 100-240VAC auto-switching 3.5A average.
2960TC-L Switch; 100-240VAC auto-switching 2.5A average.

Total Amp Usage; 12A average


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “CCNA Routing & Switching Standard Lab Kit v4”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *