Configure VLAN on Router and Switch Manageable Cisco using Packet Tracer Simulator

Configure VLAN on Router and Switch Manageable Cisco using Packet Tracer Simulator

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Length: 31:20 This video tutorial describe about how to Configure VLAN (Virtual LAN) on Router and Switch Manageable Cisco using Packet Tracer Simulation tool, for more videos tutorial and articles, please visit my blog at http://acenk90.wordpress.com The Other Cisco Tutorial Video list: ========================================= - Basic Cisco Router Configuration Commands https://youtu.be/RRjck6vIPb0 - Setting Password Console and Telnet on Cisco Router https://youtu.be/7ZjfPb5egDc - Configure DHCP Server on Cisco Router https://youtu.be/AHGbvCfAzi4 - Simple connecting two networks using Static Route on cisco router for beginners https://youtu.be/uyZ_LAoRbQg - Configure Static Route on Cisco Router https://youtu.be/Nin58w8mywo - Configuration Dynamic Routing RIP on Cisco Router https://youtu.be/w7Jqtq811ok - Configure EIGRP Routing on Cisco Router https://youtu.be/aTf-hre1VcU - Configure OSPF Routing on Cisco Router https://youtu.be/6K8zeYTrn_4 =========================================== source
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VLANs and Trunks for Beginners – Part 1

VLANs and Trunks for Beginners – Part 1

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Length: 9:9 A quick tutorial on how to set up VLANs and Trunks for the Cisco CCNA. Using Packet Tracer, I demonstrate the basics of VLANs and how they function. In this series of tutorials, I will discuss the different types of VLANs: Default, Data Native and Management, and how they function. See the whole series at http://danscourses.com source
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Cisco VLAN Setup – Cisco Configuration Step By Step Part 1 – Creating VLANs

Cisco VLAN Setup – Cisco Configuration Step By Step Part 1 – Creating VLANs

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Length: 18:3 Cisco VLAN Setup - Cisco Configuration Step By Step Part 1 - Creating VLANs VLANs and Trunks for Beginners This is our first video in a series of videos that will talk about the configuration of VLANs on Cisco switches. When you think of a LAN, you normally think of PCs, servers, printers and network devices all connected together in the same geographical location such as one floor in a building. What you would expect to find at the center of this LAN is a switch. By default, all devices connected to this switch can communicate with each other and all of them see broadcasts sent by any other device connected to the switch. In other words, all devices connected to the switch are part of one broadcast…
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