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CCNA Wireless 200-355

New CCNA Wireless: Learn the Topics and Architectures
November 20, 2015 • 1:00 p.m. EST/10:00 a.m. PST
Presenter: Jerome Henry
Learn about the new CCNA Wireless certification: what’s new, what you need to know, and expert level tips and tricks you won’t get anywhere else. Learn more about the specific items that will be covered in this session.

Archived Webcasts

Network Security with Omar Santos

Security Fundamentals and the Current Threat Landscape
Omar Santos • FREE Archived Edition Available Now


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This session covers the fundamental building blocks of network security (implementing and improving).


Red Hat RHCSA and RHCE with Sander van Vugt

Working with ACLs and Special Permissions (RHCSA)
Sander van Vugt • FREE Archived Edition Available Now


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Understanding how to use special permissions and ACLs may sound easy in theory; in practice, it can be a real challenge. In this lesson you'll learn how to apply these advanced permissions solutions in a real-life scenario as you may encounter it on the RHCSA exam.

Fixing SELinux Issues (RHCSA and RHCE)
Sander van Vugt • FREE Archived Edition Available Now


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SELinux can be a headache. Fortunately, if you know how to read SELinux log messages as written to the Linux audit service, you'll be able to find out what has gone wrong. In this lesson you'll learn how to read audit messages to troubleshoot SELinux issues. You'll also learn when and why audit2allow and audit2why can be used to manage SELinux issues.

Working with systemd (RHCSA and RHCE)
Sander van Vugt • FREE Archived Edition Available Now


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Systemd is the new system on Red Hat Enterprise Linux that is used to start stuff. Systemd can be used to start much more than just services, it can be used to mount file systems, create socket, define paths and much more. In this live class Sander van Vugt walks you through the main things that you should understand about managing and using systemd.

Setting up automount With and Without systemd (RHCSA and RHCE)
Sander van Vugt • FREE Archived Edition Available Now


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To make file systems available, permanent mounts can be created through /etc/fstab. On many cases it makes more sense to configure automount to mount disks automatically. In this lesson you'll learn how to create direct and indirect mounts using the autofs service, but you'll also learn how to configure automount through systemd.


CompTIA Network+ N10-006 with Keith Barker

Preparing for the New CompTIA Network+ N10-006 Certification
Keith Barker • FREE Archived Edition Available Now


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The new Network+ certification tests your ability to apply the knowledge you have, combined with critical thinking skills, to arrive at the correct answer. In this webcast, Keith walks you through the best preparation practices to have success with the exam.

3 Secrets I Wish I had Known when Starting Networking
Keith Barker • FREE Archived Edition Available Now


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There is a learning curve with starting something new, and that includes a career in networking. In this webcast, Keith shares with you some inside tips that can assist you in accelerating your career in information technology.


CCNP Routing and Switching ROUTE (300-101) with Kevin Wallace

The ROUTE Less Traveled
Kevin Wallace • FREE Archived Edition Available Now


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Cisco expert Kevin Wallace walks you through some of the CCNP Routing and Switching topics that are often overlooked when candidates are preparing for their CCNP Routing & Switching exams.


CCENT/CCNA Routing and Switching with Anthony Sequeira

What's New in the New CCNA?
Anthony Sequeira • FREE Archived Edition Available Now


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Do you have questions about the new CCENT and CCNA Certifications from Cisco Systems? This is your chance to learn all about the exciting refreshes to Cisco's most popular certifications. Anthony Sequeira walks you through the new requirements step by step, and answers all of your important questions.


CompTIA A+ 220-801 and 220-802 with Mark Edward Soper

CompTIA A+ Certification: What's New, Improved, and Different
Mark Edward Soper • FREE Archived Edition Available Now


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The new CompTIA A+ Certification exams are here! They have new numbers (220-801 and 220-802), but more importantly, they include changes in structure and content. Join this free webcast to discover how the new exams follow the subsystem approach that's been recommended for years as the best way to prepare for the exams.


OSPF Concepts and Configuration with Wendell Odom

OSPF Concepts and Configuration
Wendell Odom, CCIE • FREE Archived Edition Available Now


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In this free 30-minute webcast, Wendell Odom explores OSPF concepts that must be understood when choosing OSPF configuration. He will then discuss the mechanics of enabling OSPF in a small network, focusing on how to enable OSPF on router interfaces. All concepts and configuration sit inside the scope of the CCNA exam. Attendees also had the opportunity to ask Wendell questions at the close of this webcast.


IT Certification Success with Ed Tittel

Planning Your Next Certification Campaign
Ed Tittel • FREE Archived Edition Available Now
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IT certifications are extremely valuable credentials that can get you noticed, get you jobs, or get you promoted. In this free one-hour webcast, IT certification guru Ed Tittel walks you through the major strategy points in planning your next IT certification goal. Ed hosts a Q&A session at the close of the presentation.


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