Posted by: Mudassir Ali | October 9, 2011

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Routing & Switching
Security
Voice
Network Management
QoS
Wireless
Iron Port
Juniper
Routing & Switching Category
Describing Spanning Tree Protocol STP
Correcting Common VLAN Configuration Errors VLAN
Operation of Cisco IOS IOS
Configuring RIP RIP
Review of Basic Configuration Including RIP e-Lab RIP
Troubleshooting RIP Update Issues RIP
Managing the Startup Configuration File e-Lab IOS
Managing the Switch Operating System File e-Lab Switching
Managing the MAC Address Tables e-Lab Switching
Preparing for Boot System Commands e-Lab Router
A Deep Dive into OSPF Link-State Advertisements Part 1 OSPF
A Deep Dive into OSPF Link-State Advertisements Part 2 OSPF
A Deep Dive into OSPF Link-State Advertisements Part 3 OSPF
EIGRP Metrics and Load-Balancing Play Now EIGRP
Basic IP Routing Concepts Routing
Routing Information Protocol (RIP) RIP
Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) EIGRP
Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)”>Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) OSPF
Moving traffic using Access Lists ACL
BGP Introduction and Basics BGP
BGP Path Selection BGP
Controlling the Flow of BGP Updates BGP
BGP Multipath and Conditional Advertisement BGP
BGP Load Sharing in Single and Multihomed Environments: Sample Configurations. BGP
BGP Challenge Labs BGP
Securing Cisco Routers (SECR) v1.0 Secure
IP Routing – Introduction Routing
IP Routing Access Lists ACL
Introducing the OSPF Protocol OSPF
Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) Network Types OSPF
Adjacencies Introducing EIGRP Protocol EIGRP
Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) EIGRP
Fundamental Configuration and Verification of EIGRP EIGRP
Introducing BGP Confederations BGP
Understanding BGP Path Attributes BGP
Intermediate System-to-Intermediate System Routing Protocol (IS-IS) ISIS
Introducing Route Reflectors RR
Cisco MPLS Concepts MPLS
Introducing MPLS VPNs MPLS
Configuring Small-Scale Routing Protocols Between PE and CE Routers MPLS
Understanding MPLS Traffic Engineering Concepts MPLS
Introduction to LAN Switches QLM LAN
Understanding VLANS by Understanding MAC Table Operation VLAN
Securing Cisco LAN Switches (SECL) 1.0 Sec LAN
LAN Switching Technologies: Catalyst 6500 Switches 6500
Packet Cable Networks Cable
Developing an Optimum Design for Layer 2 Design
Describing & Implementing Spanning Tree Tutorial STP
Understanding VLANs and Trunks VLAN
VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP) Training. VLAN VTP
How Transparent Bridging Works VTP
LAN Switch Security – Part 1. LAN Sec
   
Security Category
Site-to-Site VPNs: Cryptography Basics S2S
Configuring IPsec Site-to-Site VPN S2S
Site-to-Site IPsec VPN Operations S2S
Advanced Firewall Security Configuration ASA
Configuring Interfaces on an Advanced Firewall ASA
Introducing Access Control List Operation ACL
Configuring Basic Features on the Cisco ASA 5505 ASA
Active/Active Failover for ASA 5500 ASA
Active/Standby Failover for ASA 5500 ASA
High Availability for the Cisco ASA 5500 Series Adaptive Security Appliance, Part II: Active/Active Failover ASA
Cisco ASA 5500 Series Adaptive Security Appliance VPN Clustering ASA
VPN Clustering for ASA 5500 ASA
Migrating from PIX 500 to ASA 5500 ASA
Simplifying Access Control Policies on PIX 500 and ASA 5500 ASA
ASA Jumpstart Lab Walk-thru and Discussion ASA
Securing VoIP applications using the enhanced features of the Cisco ASA ASA
Utilizing the Packet Tracer Feature on the Cisco ASA ASA
Configuring The Easy VPN Hardware Client feature on the Cisco ASA 5505 ASA
Configuring the L2TP/IPSEC feature on the Cisco ASA IPSEC
Cisco SSL VPN Client for WebVPN (or Thick SSL Client) SSL
SSL VPN JumpStart – Browser-Based (Clientless) SSL VPN SSL
SSL VPN JumpStart – Client-Based SSL VPN (AnyConnect SSL VPN Client) SSL
SSL VPN JumpStart – CSD SSL VPN Access Controls SSL
SSL VPN JumpStart – Identity and Authentication Policy Inheritance SSL
SSL VPN JumpStart – Posture Assessment NAC Features and Integration SSL
Configuring The Easy VPN Hardware Client feature on the Cisco ASA 5505 ASA
Configuring the L2TP/IPSEC feature on the Cisco ASA ASA
Using Cisco ASA 5500 Series SSL VPN for Clientless Access (WebVPN) ASA
Using Cisco Secure Desktop to Provide Endpoint Security for SSL VPN SSL
SSL VPN Client Access on ASA 5500 ASA
Using Citrix™ with SSL VPN Clientless Access on ASA 5500 ASA
ASA Pix to ASA and Basic SSL VPN Lab Walk-thru and Discussion ASA
Advanced IPsec Deployments and Concepts of DMVPN Networks DMVPN
Cisco ASA 5500 Series Content Security and Control SSM (CSC-SSM): Installation, Setup and Activation ASA
Configuring the ASA 5500 Series with the CSC-SSM ASA
Monitoring the ASA 5500 Series CSC-SSM ASA
Configuring the Base License Features of the CSC-SSM in the ASA 5500 Series ASA
Configuring the Plus License Features of the CSC-SSM in the ASA 5500 Series ASA
LAN Switch Security – Part 1. LAN Sec
Securing Cisco LAN Switches (SECL) 1.0 LAN Sec
Securing Cisco Routers (SECR) v1.0 WAN Sec
QoS for Security QoS
Advanced IPsec Deployments and Concepts of DMVPN Networks PDF DMVPN
Cisco IOS DMVPN Overview PDF DMVPN
Enterprise Class VPNs PDF DMVPN
Introduction to DMVPN PDF DMVPN
Introduction to DMVPN Hub and Spoke PDF DMVPN
Introduction to DMVPN Spoke to Spoke Tunneling PDF DMVPN
Large Scale DMVPN PDF DMVPN
Configuring Cisco IPS 4200 Series Sensors IPS
Configuring Cisco Adaptive Security Appliances ASA
Configuring Cisco Security Agent CSA
Intrusion Prevention Services in ASA 5500 IPS
Configuring the Meta Event Generator (IPS-QLM4) IPS
Configuring Event Action Rules (IPS-QLM2) IPS
IPS Jumpstart Design / Feature Session IPS
IPS Jumpstart Lab Walk-thru and Discussion IPS
Intermediate IPS Config Design Session IPS
Intermediate IPS Config Lab Walk-thru and Discussion IPS
Understanding and Configuring Inline IPS (IPS-QLM1) IPS
Understanding and Configuring In-Line VLAN IPS IPS
Upgrading a Sensor to IPS 5.0 (IPS-QLM3) IPS
Modular Policy Framework on PIX 500 and ASA 5500 MPF
ASA Phone Proxy Phone Proxy
NAC In-Band Lab Walk-thru and Discussion NAC
NAC Out-of-Band Lab Walk-thru and Discussion NAC
NAC Out-of-Band with Centralized CAS Lab Walk-thru and Discussion NAC
Securing Hosts Using Cisco Security Agent (HIPS) v3.1 NAC
Using the Set command in CSA 5.0 NAC
Using the Trusted QoS Feature in CSA 5.0 NAC
MARS Jumpstart Lab Walk-thru and Discussion MARS
MARS 6.0 NPI Jumpstart Lab Walk-thru and Discussion MARS
TrustSec: 802.1x Workshop DESIGN Session TrustSec
TrustSec: 802.1x Workshop TECH Session TrustSec
TrustSec: NAC Profiler Workshop DESIGN Session TrustSec
TrustSec: NAC Profiler Workshop TECH Session TrustSec
ACS 5.1 Product Introduction ACS
ACS 5.1 Best Practices ACS
Introducing Access Control List Operation ACS
Switch Security and ACS 5.0 ACS
Cisco Secure Services 5.1 ACS
Access Control Policy for a Wireless Network ACS
Access Control Policy for Client-less Devices ACS
Access Control Policy for Device Administration ACS
Introduction to ACS 5.0 Rule-Based Policy Model ACS
Optimize Your Troubleshooting Technology ACS
Cisco Secure Desktop Software ACS
CiscoSecure ACS:Primer/Tutorial v4.0 ACS
Using Cisco Secure Desktop to Provide Endpoint Security for SSL VPN ACS
Cisco SMB Class E-Tour SMB
Diffie-Hellman (D-H) Key Exchange Calculations D-H
Cost of data breaches keeps rising  
Employees think they have right to download applications at work  
Express 5.0  
Secure Network Analysis Essentials with Case Studies  
Spyware New Champ among IT Security Worries  
Things That Go Bump In The Night – When a Security Disaster Hits Will You Have What It Takes?  
   
Voice Category
Cisco Unified Communications Express as Survivable Remote Site Telephony SRST
Examining Remote Site Redundancy Options Fallback
Unified Communications Systems Release Approach  
Unified Communications Architecture Focus Areas  
Deploying DHCP Server on Unified CallManager 5.0  
Unified CallManager 5.0 Directory Integration  
Deploying AutoQoS on Wan Routers  
Unified Communications Deployment Methods  
Unified Communications IP Telephony Architecture  
Unified IPCC 7.0 Enterprise Deployment Models  
Unified IPCC Express 4.5 Deployment Models  
Unified Communications IP Telephony Deployment Models  
Unified Communications QoS for Security  
Unified Communications RSVP Overview  
Unified Communications Systems Approach to Troubleshooting  
Demystifying Unified Communications Manager Partitions and Calling Search Spaces  
Troubleshooting Common VoIP Problems  
CCBU Serviceability and Security Enhancements  
Voice Centric Technology for Small Business  
SP – TCP/IP, IP Addressing & Subnetting  
Unified Communications Migration Challenge  
Cisco Unified Communications System Release 5.1 System Overview  
Cisco Unified Communications System Release 5.1 Installation and Upgrade  
Cisco Unified Communications System  
CTT-TAC: Introduction to Basic Analog Voice over IP  
CTT-TAC: Analog Voice Internetworking with E&M Signaling  
CTT-TAC: Basic Analog-to-Digital Voice over IP  
CTT-TAC: Link Efficiency Mechanisms  
CTT-TAC: Queuing Techniques  
Securing VoIP applications using the enhanced features of the Cisco ASA  
Designing and Implementing Cisco IPVC Rich Media Communications  
Cisco IPC Rockin’ Retailer Game  
Cisco Learning Game Trilogy  
Configuring Cisco CallManager Time-of-Day Routing  
Establishing an On-Cluster Call with Cisco Call Manager (CMONC) v1.0  
Telephony Troubleshooting Topics (TTOPS)  
Communication for the Open-minded (UC/Collaboration solutions)* *  
Deploying IPv6 Networks – Part 1  
VoIP Performance Management and Optimization – Part 1  
VoIP Performance: Management and Optimization – Part 2  
Enterprise Adoption of Hosted VoIP to Grow Exponentially  
UC500  
Cisco ACE XML Gateway  
Troubleshooting Common Gateway Registration Issues  
Cisco SPA 525 IP Phone Tutorial IP Phone
Cisco IP Phone 7962 IP Phone
Cisco IP Phone 7960 IP Phone
Cisco IP Phone 7942 IP Phone
Cisco IP Phone 7940 IP Phone
Cisco IP Phone 7911 IP Phone
Cisco IP Communicator v2.0 IP Phone
Cisco IP Phones Basics IP Phone
Cisco Unity Trainings & Tools Unity Con
Connection 1.1 Training Unity Con
Connection 1.2 Training Unity Con
Connection 2.0(1) Training Unity Con
Connection 7.0(1) Training Unity Con
Connection 7.1(1) Training Unity Con
Connection 8.0(1) Training Unity Con
Unity 4.0(1) Training Unity Con
Unity 4.0(3) Training Unity Con
Unity 4.0(4) Training Unity Con
Unity 4.0(5) Training Unity Con
Unity 4.1 Training Unity Con
Unity 4.2 Training Unity Con
Unity 5.0(1) Training Unity Con
Unity 7.0(1) Training Unity Con
Unity 8.0(1) Training Unity Con
Unity Exchange 2010 Training Unity Con
Cisco Unity End User Training Tutorial Unity Con
QLM – Troubleshooting Common Cisco Unity Integration Issues Unity Con
Avaya one-X® UC All Inclusive Multimedia Training Library Ayvaya
   
Network Management Category
Managing Borderless Network with CiscoWorks LMS 4.0 WebEx Playback View PPTX  
CiscoWorks LMS 4.0 “A New Management Paradigm” WebEx Playback View PPTX  
Cisco Network Analysis Module (NAM) 4.1 E-learning  
Introduction t Cisco Unified Communications Management Suite (CUCMS)  
CiscoWorks LAN Management Solution (LMS) 3.1 Tutorial Overview  
CiscoWorks LMS 3.1 Tutorial – Chapter 2 (New Features)  
CiscoWorks LMS 3.1 Tutorial – Chapter 3 (Scenarios)  
CiscoWorks LMS 3.1 Tutorial – Chapter 2 (Sys Admin)  
CiscoWorks LMS 3.1 Tutorial – Chapter 2(Reference.  
Cisco Configuration Assurance Solution (CCAS) Video Demonstration  
Cisco NAPAS: Performance Visibility Manager 1.0 Deployment Guide  
CiscoView Tutorial v6.1  
CiscoWorks Common Services Tutorial v3.0  
CiscoWorks LMS Campus Manager Tutorial v4.0  
CiscoWorks LMS Device Fault Manager Tutorial v2.0  
CiscoWorks LMS IPM Tutorial v2.6  
CiscoWorks LMS Resource Manager Essentials Tutorial v4.0  
Network Management: Accounting and Performance – Part 1  
Network Management: Accounting and Performance – Part 2  
Defense-In-Depth and Incident Management – Part 1  
Defense-In-Depth and Incident Management – Part 2  
CiscoWorks LAN Management Solution (LMS) 3.1 Tutorial – Chapter 1  
   
QoS Category
Take this small questionnaire (25) to evaluate your knowledge on QoS.  
Introducing QoS  
Introduction to Modular QoS CLI  
Class-Based Weighted Fair Queuing (CBWFQ) and Low Latency Queuing (LLQ)  
Congestion Management Configuring CBWFQ and LLQ  
Congestion Avoidance Introducing RED and WRED  
QoS for Security  
   
Wireless Category
QLM 1: Introduction  
QLM 2: MIMO Technology  
QLM 3: 802.11n Physical Layer  
QLM 4: 802.11n MAC Layer  
QLM 5: Cisco AP-1250 Introduction  
QLM 6: Design Advice  
QLM 7: Cisco Unified Wireless Network Software Release 4.2  
QLM 8: AP-1250 Configuration for 802.11n  
Iron Port Category
Cisco IronPort Training & Certification  
E-Learning – What’s New in AsyncOS 7.2 for Security Management (Web)  
E-Learning – Activating Cisco IronPort Web Usage Controls  
E-Learning – AnyConnect Secure Mobility  
E-Learning – Application Visibility and Control  
E-Learning – Cisco IronPort Hosted and Hybrid Email SecurityE-Learning – What’s New in AsyncOS 6.7 Security Management (Email)  
E-Learning – What’s New in AsyncOS 6.7.3 for Security Management (Web)  
E-Learning – What’s New in AsyncOS 7.1 for Email  
E-Learning – Cisco IronPort Hosted Security Services  
E-Learning – Introduction to Email Messaging  
E-Learning – Introduction to HTTP/HTTPS  
E-Learning – Centralized Configuration Manager  
E-Learning – Centralized Reporting and Tracking  
E-Learning – Domain Keys Identified Mail (DKIM)  
E-Learning – Email Encryption  
E-Learning – Essential Layers of Web Security  
E-Learning – Image Analysis for Email  
E-Learning – Reporting with Sawmill  
E-Learning – Safelists/Blocklists  
E-Learning – Sawmill for IronPort 7.3  
E-Learning – Sender Policy Framework (SPF)  
E-Learning – Smart Identifiers & Dictionary Weighting  
E-Learning – The Advantages of Next Generation Hardware for Web Security  
E-Learning – Using Content Filters to Prevent Data Loss  
E-Learning – Web Reputation  
   
Juniper Category
Networking Fundamentals Online  
Networking Fundamentals ZIP 137.9 MB Downloadable  
Introduction to the IOS-to-Junos (I2J) Translator  
Junos As A Second Language  
Junos as a Scripting Language  
Junos as a Security Language  
MX960 and MX-960-ECM Ethernet Services Router installation and configuration  
J4350 and J6350 Hardware Installation and Configuration  
Junos As A Switching Language  
EX4500 Ethernet Switch Installation and Initial Configuration  
SRX210 and SRX240 Services Gateways Installation and Initial Configuration  
   
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