New Course: Cisco R&S Troubleshooting Mastery


Announcing a new video training course from CBT Nuggets, “Cisco R&S Troubleshooting Mastery.”

During this 20-video course, trainers Keith Barker and Anthony Sequeira cover the ins and outs of troubleshooting various Cisco routing and switching technologies. Here’s a sample of the topics they discuss and explain: VLAN troubleshooting, solving EIGRP adjacency failures, and routing redistribution.

Here’s a complete list of the videos in this course:

  1. Course Introduction
  2. The “Art” of VLAN Troubleshooting
  3. Got Trunk?
  4. Troubleshooting VTP
  5. Surviving STP
  6. Multiple Spanning Tree (MST)
  7. Don’t Fumble your Bundle!
  8. Foolproof Frame-Relay
  9. Troubleshooting PPP
  10. Solving EIGRP Adjacency Failures
  11. Where are my EIGRP Routes?!?!
  12. OSPF Refuses to Neighbor!!!
  13. Where are my OSPF Routes?!?!
  14. Surviving RIP
  15. BGP Refuses to Neighbor!!!
  16. Where are my BGP Routes?!?!
  17. Foolproof Policy-Based Routing (PBR)
  18. Solving Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE)
  19. Routing Redistribution
  20. Troubleshooting in R&S Cert Exams

While this course isn’t tied to a specific certification, the material covered in this course can prove helpful when it comes to preparing for the CCENT, CCNA R&S, CCNP R&S, and CCIE R&S exams.

Get ready to learn how to troubleshoot like you’ve never before! Start watching this coursetoday.

3 thoughts on “New Course: Cisco R&S Troubleshooting Mastery

  1. Hello Anthony,

    Thank you a lot for great courses. But I failed to find answer in your course\\google. Could you please help me with it?

    I had a job interview a few day ago. There was thoot scenario: one of hosts in the network generates a lot of ARP messages, because of that CPU utilization on routers is really high and as results eBGP neighbors goes up and down every 4 hours.

    Could you please explain or point me to documentation where I can find out why the problem does not affect to iBGP neighbors (no flapping of iBGP neighbors) and interval is 4 hours?

    Thank you a lot in advance.

    Best Regards,

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