CCNA 200-301 Digital Essentials Bundle

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CCNA 200-301 Digital Essentials Bundle

Fully Revised and Updated for the current exam!

*Special Note - Once the new exam version is released, we will be working on an additional eBook that will cover the few new topics that are going to be added/revised and that will be digitally sent out to anyone who purchases the CCNA Digital Essentials Pack as soon as it is available. Please see our article here for the full breakdown of the minor exam refresh.

Due to popular demand we have created a CCNA Routing & Switching 200-301 Study Value Pack consisting of most of our CCNA training materials for your CCNA 200-301 exam.  Until now, these items were only available for purchase individually or as a part of our acclaimed CCNA Routing & Switching 200-301 lab kits.  Now we have created our CCNA R&S Study Value Pack which provides you a value bundle price for getting all of them at once.

Included in our CCNA Routing & Switching 200-301 Digital Essentials Bundle you get the following:

1) Our famous CCNA Lab eWorkbook:

We are proud to present our newest revision of our famous CCNA Lab Workbook.  We are well known for bringing only the best lab content available and this revision does not disappoint!  CertificationKits has provided only top of the line, LEGITIMATE training materials for Cisco Certifications for 24+ years.  We can confidently say that this is our best edition ever published.  It has been completely reworked cover to cover!  Our team worked in partnership with Cisco NetAcad instructors and CCIEs who are not only highly certified, but also have many years of combined experience working hands on with students.  This brings a whole extra layer of confidence that these are not only the best labs on the market, but also cover the topics in a way that we know students' will easily comprehend.  These labs are written in a user friendly format that even a pure beginner or experienced IT professional can understand.  What good are all the labs in the world if they feel like they were written by a robot and in some alien language?   

Our lab workbook was written to accommodate labs of all sizes and capability level.  We know that everyone doesn't have the budget or want to spend a great deal of money on the highest end equipment.  We kept this in mind and built this revision to be as Cisco generic as possible to cover as many devices as possible, from low end to high end.  We also know that everyone isn't necessarily running a full topology lab.  So, these labs are written in a way that also allows you to easily scale things back and work through the vast majority of content, even if you are running less than three routers and three switches.  Some of these labs will be able to be completed on a single router, some will require two routers and other labs will require three routers. Does this mean if you only have two routers in your CCNA lab that this lab workbook is of no value to you and that you can't do all the labs? Definitely not! It will still be able to help you in your lab studies. You will note that some of the labs such as the three router OSPF lab can also be performed with only two routers. What will you lose? Simply the extra set of routes the third router would have produced. So you can just ignore that portion of the lab.  No matter who you are, you will have a great experience and have the ability to learn from this eWorkbook!

If you want some more information on building a lab, please check out out CCNA Lab Suggestions Page:  How to Build the Best CCNA Lab  Remember, that all of our equipment based labs come with this study material already included!

This lab workbook covers ALL of the Cisco CCNA 200-301 curriculum, spanning across 450 pages in length!  This comes to a total of 60+ labs.  On top of that, we went the extra mile!  We don't want customers who use our training materials to just stop at what Cisco labels as "describe" (meaning they only require you know the theory behind it) for the exam.  We have bonus labs that go through topics fully so you don't just understand the theory behind a technology, but can also fully understand it through implementing it and seeing it physically work!  The last component to our labs are real world skills that we feel are necessary for every network engineer.  Who wants to get their CCNA, go to their first job and then be asked to TFTP an IOS onto a router with no clue how to do it?  Well, great, the official curriculum says you just need to know what that is, but not know how to do it.  What an embarrassing situation that could put you in!  So, for example, we included an excellent lab that walks you through this so you are prepared to know what you are doing on the job, once you have your CCNA!  As an added benefit here, some of this material will even overlap into CCNP.  So, you'll be primed and ready for an easy transition as you move your way up the certification ladder!

2)  Our new CertificationKits CCNA 200-301 BootCamp & Theory eBook.  This is a completely revised, updated and power packed approach to the new Cisco CCNA 200-301 exam that fully covers all of the theory based questions you will encounter.  Just like the 200-301 Lab Workbook, we go above an beyond to fully encompass your CCNA training.  This book is designed to work hand-in-hand with the Lab Workbook to provide the full scope of the CCNA exam.  In basic terms, the lab workbook covers the "how" and this book covers the "why".  We HIGHLY recommend paring these books together. 

This CCNA study guide is 864 pages long of easy to understand CCNA material written in a manner that won't bore you to sleep!  It not only follows the format of the official Cisco CCNA 200-301 curriculum, but even goes further in explaining other key concepts that we feel are important to prepare you for the real networking world. 

3) Our CCNA Subnetting Lab eWorkbook:

This  ebook was just recently updated and put into our new digital format.  With this release we have added a brand new IPv6 section to once again prepare you for anything!  This digital copy also includes one time printing rights, so you can create your own hard copy to follow along with.  In our opinions, the number one reason candidates do not pass the CCNA exam is because they run out of time.  We know this is almost always because they run out of time on those nasty manual subnetting questions.  This guide has been a successful solution for getting generations of CCNA candidates up to speed on their manual subnetting to effectively conquer the exam.  Crush that clock and spend the time on those configuration questions instead.

Add-On Options:

- Our new Question and Answer Practice Exam Bundle.  Our CertificationKits CCNA 200-301 Practice Exams are a collection of 101 questions, answers and explanations (for the tough ones).  This bundle comes with both Practice Exam A and Practice Exam B.  They are a set of 101 questions, answers and explanation sets each.  We thoroughly cover the full CCNA curriculum with the topics you can expect to see on exam day.  We have a variety of questions from simple multiple choice, to a comparative version to drag and drop to simlets.  These questions are so good and give you such a good feeling on what to expect, that if you can pass these practice exams, you'll know you are ready to go!  Trust us, we have seen this test evolve over many, many revisions.  

-There is also an option to pay a small up-charge to enable a single, one time printing right for the CCNA 200-301 Lab Workbook.  If you go this route, we highly recommend that you use a laser printer with adequate toner and have lots of paper on hand.  It is a lot of pages.  The Subnetting eWorkbook comes with a one time print right by default.  This is only for the 200-301 lab workbook.  

With this release as well as all of the other included eBooks, we even took things a step further by upgrading to our new awesome eBook reader through LockLizard.  This is the same engine that Cisco actually uses to protect and distribute their corporate documents.  This makes it extra cool because it is a format you will see in the field as a working network engineer.  This new ebook reader works on multiple platforms such as PC, MAC, IOS, Android, etc.  We include 2 activations with each purchase so you can install it on a desktop AND a mobile device, for example.  On top of that you can highlight, make notes and work directly with your document.

Please feel free to check out a demo selection from our new Bootcamp & Theory ebook and/or the Static Routing Sample Lab from our Lab eWorkbook:

  1.  Download and install the LockLizard viewer for your IOS and device type from this link:  LockLizard Viewer

  2.  Download and install the License file for the eBook:  License File 

  (If you don't see it open, the window for the license file may pop-up behind your active windows)

  3,  Download and open the .Pdc eBook file: Theory eBook File / CCNA Lab Workbook Sample Lab

The download and install is very straightforward and simple, but if you get stuck, please click here for a help guide on opening your eBook demo or official purchase.  Upon purchase a unique license file and a .pdc file will be emailed to you,

Take advantage of this offer to get all these items at a bundle price!

***For a Limited Time we are still offering our supplemental CCNA Training DVD at a low price of $20.00.  We will tell you straight away that this is a little dated, but it still holds a ton of information on very relevant topics.  Many of these are still covered on the CCNA Exam.  The added bonus here is that you can still learn about topics that may no longer be on the test, but are seen all over the world in network environments.  Just because it isn't on the test doesn't mean that it isn't essential knowledge for top notch network engineers!  At 22+ hours of video training, this is less than a dollar per hour.  We charged $150.00 per copy on release and now only charge $20.00 a copy to still give you access to "dated" yet essential information.

Here is a run down of everything that is covered in our Cisco CCNA 200-301 Lab eWorkbook:

Bonus Content Labs / Real World Preparation Labs / CCNP Primer Labs Highlighted In Blue

Chapter 1        Introduction to Cisco Routers

  • Lab 1-1              Identifying Router Components and Accessories                                                      
  • Lab 1-2              Router Connectivity                                                                                                
  • Lab 1-3              Identify Router and Switch IOS                                                                          

Chapter 2        General Router Configuration Tasks

  • Lab 2-1             Cisco Router Passwords & Password Recovery                                           
  • Lab 2-2              Configure Login, EXEC, and MOTD Banners                                                  
  • Lab 2-3              Configuring the Password Encryption Service                                                     
  • Lab 2-4              Exec Timeout and Login Failure Rate                                                                   
  • Lab 2-5              Installing a TFTP Server & Overview                                                                    
  • Lab 2-6              Upgrading the IOS on a Router                                                                          
  • Lab 2-7              Cisco Licensing                                                                                                              

Chapter 3        Configuring a Terminal Server

  • Lab 3-1              Terminal Server Setup                                                                                           

Chapter 4        Configuring Static Routes

  • Lab 4-1              Static Routing                                                                                                            
  • Lab 4-2              Default Routing                                                                                                                        

Chapter 5        Configuring Routers using RIP/RIPV2 Protocol

  • Lab 5-1              RIPV2 Routing                                                                                                               

Chapter 6        Configuring Routers using the OSPF Protocol                                            

  • Lab 6-1              OSPF Routing                                                                                                             
  • Lab 6-2              Multi-Area OSPF Routing                                                                                          

Chapter 7        Configuring Catalyst Switches

  • Lab 7-1              Cisco Switch Password Recovery                                                                   
  • Lab 7-2              Switching and VLAN Introduction                                                                 
  • Lab 7-3              Trunking                                                                                                                     
  • Lab 7-4              VTP                                                                                                                        
  • Lab 7-5              Spanning Tree Protocol                                                                                         
  • Lab 7-6              Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol                                                                             
  • Lab 7-7              Per VLAN Spanning Tree Protocol                                                                         
  • Lab 7-8              Inter-VLAN Routing                                                                                                
  • Lab 7-9              Configuring an EtherChannel Link                                                                         
  • Lab 7-10           Configuring EtherChannel Using PAgP                                                                
  • Lab 7-11           Configuring EtherChannel Using LACP                                                                
  • Lab 7-12           Configuring a PortChannel Interface                                                                   
  • Lab 7-13           Configuring Switch Port Security                                                                               
  • Lab 7-14           Configuring Local Span                                                                                               
  • Lab 7-15           Switch IOS Recovery with Xmodem                                                                     

Chapter 8        Configuring Access Lists, VTY Access and AAA Authentication

  • Lab 8-1              Standard ACL                                                                                                             
  • Lab 8-2              Extended ACL                                                                                                            
  • Lab 8-3              Named ACL                                                                                                                
  • Lab 8-4              IPV6 Access-list                                                                                                             
  • Lab 8-5              Trusted Hosts                                                                                                            
  • Lab 8-6              Controlling VTY Access                                                                                               
  • Lab 8-7              AAA Authentication                                                                                                    

Chapter 9        Configuring Network Services                                                              

  • Lab 9-1              Cisco Discovery Protocol                                                                                           
  • Lab 9-2              Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP)                                                                   
  • Lab 9-3              DHCP, DHCP Relay & DHCP Exclusions                                                                 
  • Lab 9-4              DNS                                                                                                                               
  • Lab 9-5              Configuring NTP                                                                                                       
  • Lab 9-6              Configuring Logging to a Remote Syslog Server                                              
  • Lab 9-7              NetFlow                                                                                                                       
  • Lab 9-8              Routing Redundancy with HSRP and VRRP                                                        
  • Lab 9-9              Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)                                                            

Chapter 10  Configuring Network Address Translation

  • Lab 10-1           Static Inside Source Address Translation                                                                            
  • Lab 10-2           Dynamic NAT                                                                                                             
  • Lab 10-3           NAT Overload: Overloading an Inside Global Address                                  

Chapter 11      Configuring IPV6 Addressing

  • Lab 11-1           IPv6 Link Local Addressing                                                                                    
  • Lab 11-2           IPv6 EUI-64 Addressing                                                                                      
  • Lab 11-3           IPv6 Site Local Addressing                                                                                    
  • Lab 11-4           IPv6 Global Addressing                                                                                          

Chapter 12      Configuring IPSec

  • Lab 12-1           Configuring an IPSec Tunnel                                                                               
  • Lab 12-2           GRE over IPSec Virtual Tunnel                                                        

Chapter 13      Wireless

  • Lab 13-1           Configuring a Home Wireless Router                                               
  • Lab 13-2           WAP - Resetting to Default Settings                                                
  • Lab 13-3           WAP - Converting between Autonomous and Lightweight Modes        
  • Lab 13-4           WAP - Basic Configuration                                                                                   
  • Lab 13-5           WAP - IOS Upgrade                                                                                          
  • Lab 13-6           Overview of WLC                                                                                                     

Appendix A  Router Interface Summary                                                                                 

Our 200-301 Bootcamp & Theory covers all the theory based topics on the new CCNA 200-301 exam. Below we have outlined all of the chapters covered in the theory eBook and will be covered in the 200-301 eBook in relation with what Cisco requires:

Chapter 1 - Networks Defined

  • Exploring Networking
  • OSI Reference Model

Chapter 2 - Network Components

  • Cisco IOS
  • Cisco CLI
  • Administrative Functions
  • Ethernet Technologies
  • Configuring Interfaces
  • Introduction to Cisco Catalyst Switches

Chapter 3 - Managing a Cisco Internetwork

  • Copy and saving IOS and configurations
  • Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)
  • Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP)
  • Ping and Traceroute

Chapter 4 - TCP/IP Addressing and Subnetting

  • TCP / UDP Overview
  • IP Addressing
  • Subnetting

Chapter 5 - IP Routing

  • Basic IP Routing
  • Static Routing
  • RIP / RIPv2
  • OSPF

Chapter 6 - Layer 3 Redundancy

  • Default Gateway
  • First Hop Redundancy

Chapter 7 - Advanced TCP/IP

  • Class C subnetting review
  • Class B subnetting
  • VLSM design and implementation
  • Discontiguous Networks
  • Summarization

Chapter 8 - Security

  • Introduction to Security
  • Standard Access Lists
  • Extended Access Lists
  • Named Access Lists

Chapter 9 - Internet Connectivity Using Network Address Translation

  • Static NAT
  • Dynamic NAT
  • Port Address Translation (PAT)

Chapter 10 - Switching

  • Virtual LANs (VLANs)
  • Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
  • VTP
  • Local SPAN

Chapter 11 - Introduction to IPv6

  • IPv6 Addressing
  • Implementing IPv6

Chapter 12 - Support for Network Management Protocols

  • SNMP
  • Syslog
  • NetFlow
  • Licensing

Chapter 13 - Cisco WAN Support

  • Basic WAN
  • HDLC
  • PPP
  • VPNs

Chapter 14 - Troubleshooting and Maintaining Switch Based Problems

  • Troubleshooting Methodology
  • Troubleshooting Layer 1, 2 and 3
  • Duplex Problems
  • Switch Performance
  • Spanning Tree

Chapter 15 - Troubleshooting and Maintaining Router Based Problems

  • VLANs and Trunks
  • OSPF
  • CPU Utilization
  • HSRP

Chapter 16 - Cloud Computing

  • Overview
  • Models
  • History
  • Benefits
  • Services
  • Planning
  • Technologies
  • Virtualization
  • Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
  • Grid and Utility Computing
  • Architecture
  • Infrastructure
  • Infrastructure Constraints

Chapter 17 - Cloud Computing

  • Virtualization
  • Software Defined Networking (SDN)
  • SDN and Network Programmability Basics
  • Data Control and Management Plane
  • Controllers and Network Architecture
  • SDN Architecture Summary
  • Open SDN and OpenFlow
  • Open Daylight Controller
  • Cisco Open SDN Controller
  • Cisco ACI
  • Cisco APIC Enterprise Module
  • Comparing Three Examples

Chapter 18 - Wireless LAN

  • Wireless LAN Combined with Ethernet
  • Home Office Wireless LAN
  • Enterprise Wireless LAN and Wireless LAN Controllers