Learn about the fundamentals of network routing. This course covers VLANs, DHCP, dynamic routing protocols, and more.
- Hi, I'm Mark Jacob, Cisco Instructor here at Interface Technical Training. These upcoming videos you're about to be viewing are dealing with routing. And you're considering an introduction to routing because the idea here is, once you introduce the router, which is the layer three process which you'll understand once you watch the videos, what you're doing is taking something that was contained in one network segment and you're expanding that, branching that outward. For instance, inside a company, you realize you can look all over the place and Google, Bing, they are not in the building.
So if you want your employees to be able to get out of their local network segment, you are introducing the concept of routing. So these upcoming videos are gonna help you to understand the concept of routing, how to get a packet from point A to point B once you've introduced layer three or the routing process into the equation.
- Describe what a trunk link is.
- Explain what a virtual local area network (VLAN) is.
- Cite reasons for using a relay agent.
- Differentiate between distance vector and link state protocols.
- Recall how to implement Open Shortest Path First (OSPF).
- Explain how to route between VLANS.