Interface Configurations – N10-008 CompTIA Network+ : 2.3

A switch configuration requires more than just setting the speed and duplex. In this video, you’ll learn about VLAN configurations, link aggregation, jumbo frames, and more. << Previous Video: Spanning Tree Protocol Next Video: Straight-Through and Crossover Cables >>

Spanning Tree Protocol – N10-008 CompTIA Network+ : 2.3

We rely on Spanning Tree Protocol to keep our switched networks loop-free. In this video, you’ll learn about the process that Spanning Tree uses to maintain uptime and availability as our networks change. << Previous Video: VLANs and Trunking Next Video: Interface Configurations >>

VLANs and Trunking – N10-008 CompTIA Network+ : 2.3

VLANs are an effective and efficient form of network segmentation. In this video, you’ll learn about VLANs, trunking, and configuring voice and data VLANs. << Previous Video: Network Switching Overview Next Video: Spanning Tree Protocol >>

Network Switching Overview – N10-008 CompTIA Network+ : 2.3

If you’re going to troubleshoot a network, then you need to understand the basic functionality of an Ethernet switch. In this video, you’ll learn the fundamentals of Ethernet switching, the address resolution protocol, power over Ethernet, and more. << Previous Video: Introduction to Ethernet Next Video: VLANs and Trunking >>

Introduction to Ethernet – N10-008 CompTIA Network+ : 2.3

Ethernet is the most popular networking topology in the world. In this video, you’ll learn about the Ethernet frame, MAC addressing, half- and full-duplex communication, and more.  << Previous Video: Routing Technologies Next Video: Network Switching Overview >>

Routing Technologies – N10-008 CompTIA Network+ : 2.2

The router is a foundational infrastructure platform for layer 3 networks. In this video, you’ll learn about routing tables, default routes, administrative distances, and more. << Previous Video: Dynamic Routing Next Video: Introduction to Ethernet >>

Dynamic Routing – N10-008 CompTIA Network+ : 2.2

Many networks and Internet sites rely on dynamic routing protocols to properly connect users to their services. In this video, you’ll learn about distance vector, link-state, and hybrid dynamic routing protocols. << Previous Video: Networked Devices Next Video: Routing Technologies >>