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Benefits of a Hierarchical Network
PoE and Layer 3 Functionality
Access Layer Switch Features
Distribution Layer Switch Features
Core Layer Switch Features
Ethernet Communications
Duplex Settings
Switch Port Settings
MAC Addressing and Switch MAC Address Tables
Bandwidth and Throughput
Collision Domains
Broadcast Domains
Network Latency
Network Congestion
Controlling Network Latency
Removing Bottlenecks
Symmetric and Asymmetric Switching
Memory Buffering
Layer 2 and Layer 3 Switching
The Command Line Interface Modes
The Command History Buffer
Switch boot sequence
Basic switch configuration
Verifying switch configuration
Back up and Restore Switch Configurations
Clearing Configuration Information
Configure Console Access
Configure EXEC Mode Passwords
Configure a Login Banner/MOTD
Configure Telnet and SSH
Common security attacks
Configuring port security
Disable Unused Ports
VLAN Details
Controlling broadcast domains with VLANs
Controlling Broadcast Domains with Switches and Routers
Controlling Broadcast Domains with VLANs and Layer 3 Forwarding
802.1Q Frame Tagging
Trunking operation
Trunking modes
Configure VLAN
Configure trunk
The VLAN Management Challenge
VTP Components
Default VTP configuration
VTP Versions
VTP Domains
VTP advertising
VTP Advertisements
VTP modes
VTP pruning
Incorrect Revision Number
Issues with redundancy
Real world redundancy issues
STP Algorithm
Port roles
STP port states and BDU timers
Electing a Root Bridge
Electing Root Ports
Electing Designated Ports and Non-Designated Ports
STP Topology Change Notification Process
Configuring rapid-PVST+
Interfaces and sub interfaces
Comparing a WLAN to a LAN
Wi-Fi Certification
Wireless NICs
Wireless Access Points
Wireless Routers
802.11 Topologies
Client and Access Point Association
Unauthorized Access
Wireless security protocols
Controlling Access to the Wireless LAN
Basic setup
Configuring Basic Wireless Settings
Configuring Security
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CCNA 3 Sam en Vatting

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