The Broadcast Storm, with Kevin Wallace, CCIEx2 #7945 (R/S and Collaboration)

By Kevin Wallace, CCIEx2 #7945 (R/S and Collaboration)

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The Broadcast Storm, hosted by Kevin Wallace, CCIEx2 #7945 (R/S and Collaboration), helps Cisco networking professionals achieve success in their careers and in life. Topics range from Cisco technical topics to organizational to motivational.

Episode Date
Overview of CompTIA's CySA+ Certification
08:11

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, you'll get a better sense for what CompTIA's CySA+ certification is all about.

Links:

  • Register and Download Exam Topics and Sample Questions:

https://certification.comptia.org/certifications/cybersecurity-analyst

(NOTE: Look for section on the page entitled "Get Practice Questions and Exam Objectives.")

 

  • FREE CompTIA CySA+ Mini-Course:

http://kwtrain.com/cysa+

 

Aug 15, 2018
Introduction to Cisco's CSR 1000v Router
08:53

In this podcast episode, you'll learn the basics of Cisco's 1000v virtual router.

To download your own evaluation copy of Cisco's CSR 1000v, visit the following link (and login with your Cisco account credentials):

http://bit.ly/csr1000v

To watch a demonstration of the CSR 1000v being installed on a VMware ESXi server, you can check out Kevin's YouTube video:

https://youtu.be/EKpvpS9qxss

 

Aug 01, 2018
My Takeaways From Cisco Live US 2018
17:13

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, I share my biggest takeaways from Cisco Live US 2018.

Also, here's the link to watch a replay of my Cisco Live presentation:

http://bit.ly/kw-clus18

Enjoy!

Kevin

 

Jul 15, 2018
Interview with Network Chuck
15:56

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, you'll hear an interview I did with CBT Nuggets instructor Network Chuck, as he shares his philosophy of and strategies for Cisco certifications.

You can follow Network Chuck through any of the following:

YouTube: http://bit.ly/2HSeiwG
Website: http://bit.ly/2t1yPdC (NetworkChuck.com)
Twitter: http://bit.ly/2JImENa
Instagram: http://bit.ly/2JGf3P4
Facebook: http://bit.ly/2ldoXsZ

 

Jul 01, 2018
Introduction to Tranceivers
06:08

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, you'll learn about various types (and speeds) of transceivers, which can be used to connect into a piece of networking equipment (e.g. an Ethernet switch).

Specifically, we'll discuss the following transceiver types:

  • GBIC
  • SFP
  • SFP+
  • Quad SFP
  • Quad SFP+
  • BiDi Transceivers

This topic is from my newly released CompTIA Network+ Complete Video Course, which contains over 17 hours of training. If you'd like to check it out and get a 50 percent discount off the purchase price, navigate to the following link, and enter the Discount Code of WALLACE50 during checkout.

http://netpluscourse.kevin.live

Discount Code: WALLACE50

 

Jun 15, 2018
WLAN Antennas
07:22

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, we discuss different types of wireless LAN (WLAN) antennas.

This topic comes from my new CompTIA Network+ (N10-007) Complete Video Course. If you'd like to check it out, use the Discount Code of WALLACE50 to save 50 percent.

Here's the URL:

Network+ Complete Video Course: http://netpluscourse.kevin.live

Discount Code: WALLACE50

 

Jun 01, 2018
My Productivity Habits
10:16

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, you'll learn what I do on a weekly and daily basis to stay productive.

To get an 80% discount on the Your IT Career Success Blueprint video course, visit:

http://success.kevin.live

and enter the Discount Code: SUCCESS

Here are the apps I mentioned in this episode:

DayOne: http://dayoneapp.com/

Things: https://culturedcode.com/things/

YouVersion Bible: https://www.youversion.com/the-bible-app/

Calm: https://www.calm.com/

AirMail: http://airmailapp.com/

 

 

 

May 15, 2018
Fundamentals of Disaster Recovery
09:12

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, you'll learn collection of disaster recovery terms. Specifically, you'll learn:

  • 4 Types of Backups
  • 3 Types of Backup Sites

These topics come from CompTIA's new Network+ exam blueprint.

You can purchase Kevin's brand new Network+ (N10-007) Complete Video course using the following link:

http://netpluscourse.kevin.live

Also, use Coupon Code WALLACE50 to take 50% off the price.

Enjoy!

May 01, 2018
Network Defense Best Practices
19:00

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, you'll learn 14 best practice recommendations for better securing your network.

These recommendations come from CompTIA's new Network+ exam blueprint.

You can purchase Kevin's brand new Network+ (N10-007) Complete Video course using the following link:

http://netpluscourse.kevin.live

Also, use Coupon Code WALLACE50 to take 50% off the price.

Enjoy!

Apr 15, 2018
A Look at the New Network+ Exam
10:05

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, you'll learn what to expect on CompTIA's brand new Network+ exam.

Register with CompTIA to Download Exam Objectives:

http://kwtrain.com/net+objectives

 

Pre-Order Kevin's Network+ (N10-007) Complete Video Course:

http://netpluscourse.kevin.live

 

Apr 01, 2018
Interview with Anthony Sequeira
33:12

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, world-renowned Cisco trainer Anthony Sequeira joins us to discuss:

  • The Troubleshooting Section of the CCIE R/S Lab
  • Overview of Amazon Web Services (AWS)
  • Anthony's CCIE R&S Prep Club
  • What Anthony has Learned from Tony Robbins
  • What Anthony is Working on Now

Links:

Anthony's CCIE R&S Prep Club:

http://www.ajsnetworking.com/membership-join/

Anthony's Blog:

http://www.ajsnetworking.com

Subscribe to The Broadcast Storm:

Mar 15, 2018
Understanding Jumbo Frames
10:04

In this podcast episode, you'll learn the structure of a Jumbo Frame. You'll also discover some of the benefits and drawbacks of Jumbo Frame technology.

ANNOUNCEMENT: Kevin Wallace Training, LLC is proud to announce a new course: CCNA Cyber Ops Video Training Series led by our security trainer, Charles Judd.

Even though the course is not scheduled to be complete until June 2018, you can get immediate access to all of the videos Charles has already created. Multiple new videos are added each week, all of which are downloadable and never expire.

Also, as a Broadcast Storm listener, you can get a 25 percent discount on and get immediate access to the pre-release version of CCNA Cyber Ops Video Training Series.

Just visit http://cyber.kevin.live and enter the discount code STORM to take 25 percent off.

Mar 01, 2018
Fundamentals of Software Defined Access (SD-Access)
07:16

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, you'll learn how Cisco's SD-Access feature allows a policy to follow a user around a multisite wired and wireless network.

Check out Kevin's new video course on IT career success here:

http://success.kevin.live

 

Feb 15, 2018
Cisco Announces Major CCIE Collaboration Update
14:34

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, you'll learn the details surrounding Cisco's recent announcement to update both the Written and Lab exams in the CCIE Collaboration track, from version 1.0 to version 2.0 on July 23, 2018.

To help those who want to complete the version 1.0 lab prior to the cutoff date, I'm offering a 75 percent discount on my "CCIE Collaboration Lab Walkthrough" video training series, or my "Ultimate Collaboration Bundle."

Just use the discount code NEWCOLLAB at checkout to get your savings.

You can learn more about those two training programs (and also purchase) here:

http://kwtrain.com/collabsales

If you want to read Cisco's official details about version 2.0, you can check them out here:

http://bit.ly/collab20

 

Feb 01, 2018
The Difference Between OSPF Neighbors and Adjacencies
06:30

In this podcast episode, you'll learn the difference between an OSPF Neighbor and an OSPF Adjacency.

Also, to sign up for Kevin's free "SDN Mini-Course," visit: http://kwtrain.com/sdn

 

Jan 15, 2018
3 Ways to Filter OSPF Routes
06:15

In this podcast episode, you'll learn three different locations and strategies for filtering OSPF routes.

To register for Kevin's live and on-line ROUTE (300-101) Crash Course, on January 16, 17, and 18, 2018, visit http://bit.ly/route-jan-18

 

 

Jan 01, 2018
CCIE Time Saver - "Router Preconfigs"
06:11

This podcast episode walks you through a collection of commands that you can copy/paste into your routers (and possibly switches, depending on which commands you select) during your CCIE lab attempt.

As a reference, below is a configuration example, illustrating the commands discussed in this episode:

===========================

conf t

line con 0

exec-timeout 0 0

logging synchronous

exit

line vty 0 15

exec-timeout 0 0   

logging synchronous

exit

no ip domain-lookup

alias exec src show run | s router      

alias exec sib show ip interface brief

end

===========================

This episode also referenced Kevin's free Software Defined Networking (SDN) video training series, available here:

http://kwtrain.com/sdn

Dec 15, 2017
CCIE Lab Insider Tips from a Proctor
14:52

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, you'll learn some little-known insider tips about the CCIE Lab, which I learned by interviewing a CCIE Lab proctor.

If the CCIE Collaboration Lab is in your future, I've got some free training that you'll definitely want to check out. Just enter your name and e-mail here: http://kwtrain.com/framework

 

Dec 01, 2017
Introduction to Storage Area Network Technologies
07:00

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, you'll learn theory and terms surrounding Storage Area Networking (SAN) technologies.

FREE SDN Training: http://kwtrain.com/sdn

 

Nov 15, 2017
Certification vs. Degree - My Take on the Age Old Debate
09:27

What's better to have for your career, a college degree or a higher-level certification? That's a debate that's raged on for years. In this podcast episode, I share my perspective.

For more Cisco career advice, help yourself to my free book, Your Route to Cisco Career Success:

http://kwtrain.com/success

 

Nov 01, 2017
Cyber Ops 101 - The Intrusion Kill Chain
10:50

This podcast episode introduces you to the Cyber Security concept of the Intrusion Kill Chain, which contains the following seven steps:

  1. Reconnaissance
  2. Weaponization
  3. Delivery
  4. Exploitation
  5. Installation
  6. Command and Control
  7. Actions on Objective

CCNA Cyber Ops Complete Video Course Library:

http://kwtrain.com/cybercourse

 

CCNA Cyber Ops Official Cert Guide Library:

http://kwtrain.com/cyberbooks

 

Oct 15, 2017
What I Would Do If I Where Starting Over
11:39

A common question I get, is how I would begin a career, if I had it to do all over again. Interestingly, the answer I give today isn't the answer I would have given just a couple of years ago.

In this podcast episode, I walk you through the decisions I would make today, and why.

Here are links to the video training programs mentioned in this episode:

 

Oct 01, 2017
The Network Programmability Framework
10:53

For most of 2017, I've been studying Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Programming. One of the biggest challenges I had was tying together all of the multiple topics. To simplify these concepts for you, I created what I call my Network Programmability Framework (which is a variant of a Venn diagram).

In this podcast episode, I'll walk you through this diagram. However, it might be helpful to have it printed out ahead of time. So, you can download a .PDF of the Network Programmability Framework by visiting: http://bit.ly/netprogframe

Also, here are a couple of additional links mentioned in this podcast episode:

 

Sep 15, 2017
Overview of Cisco's CCNA Cyber Ops Certification
05:04

Cisco recently introduced a new certification, the CCNA Cyber Ops certification. This new certification helps prepare people for the upcoming drought of cybersecurity professionals. It's estimated that in 2019, there will be 6 million jobs in cybersecurity, with 1.5 million of those jobs unfilled.

Links

Sep 01, 2017
The 3 Biggest Mistakes I've Made In My Career
08:54

In this podcast episode, I reflect on three of the biggest mistakes I've made in my career, in an effort to help you avoid similar missteps.

When writing this post, I was surprised at the old memories and emotions that surfaced.

Hopefully though, my transparency in describing these failures will serve you the listener.

Click HERE to Learn More About the Diver Down - Routing and Switching Membership Program.

Aug 15, 2017
An Overview of Container Technology for Cisco Networking Professionals
06:25

Cisco recently introduced the Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series switches. One unique feature of these switches is their ability to support containers. This podcast episode introduces you to the concept of containers and discusses how they can be more efficient than virtual machines.

Links:

Docker: docker.com

Diver Down - Routing and Switching: kwtrain.com/dd

 

Aug 01, 2017
How To Detect Malware In Encrypted Traffic
07:40

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, we discuss a new technology Cisco recently released that allows traffic to be scanned for malicious content, even if that traffic is encrypted. It's a feature called Encrypted Traffic Analysis (ETA), and in this episode, you'll learn the basics of how it works.

Click HERE to watch Kevin's new video discussing the 3 reasons IT professionals struggle in their career.

Jul 15, 2017
The 3 Topics You Need to Know for Your CCNA R&S Exam
05:23

In this podcast episode, you'll learn the "Big 3" topics on which you need to spend a disproportionate amount of study time on when preparing for your CCNA R&S exam (200-120).

Links:

Jul 01, 2017
Preview of my Cisco Live US 2017 Session
09:18

In this podcast episode, you'll learn the theory behind number globalization and localization on a Cisco Unified Communications Manager server. This is an overview of the topic I'll be presenting on June 29, 2017 at Cisco Live US.

Click HERE to see the session in the CLUS 17 Scheduler.

 

Jun 15, 2017
The Siren Call of Brain Dumps
10:43

A "siren call" is something that looks appealing, but is really dangerous. That's what brain dumps are for far too many Cisco certification candidates. In this podcast episode, you'll learn: (1) Cheaters can be caught. (2) Cheaters can destroy their career. (3) The appropriate philosophy for approaching a Cisco exam.

Click HERE To Get Your Free Your Route To Cisco Career Success e-Book.

Jun 01, 2017
Deep Work
11:09

In this podcast episode, we'll review some of the basic concepts and strategies from the book Deep Work, by Cal Newport.

Also, I'll give an example of how I recently applied these strategies to my study of network programmability.

Useful Links:

May 15, 2017
Fundamentals of Encyrption
13:08

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, you'll learn the basics of encryption. Topics include:

  • Symmetric encryption
  • Asymmetric encryption
  • Certificate Authorities (CAs)
  • Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
  • Digital certificates

Also, to get a free copy of Kevin's CCNA R/S (200-125) Practice Exam, click HERE.

May 01, 2017
Comparing Cisco IOS, NX-OS, and IOS-XR
10:32

This podcast episode compares three Cisco operating systems:

  • Cisco IOS
  • Cisco NX-OS
  • IOS-XR

To go deeper on this topic, check out a replay of Joe Rinehart's 2016 CiscoLive US presentation (CiscoLive account required):

NX-OS, IOS, and IOS-XR, Unique and Similar at the Same Time

Also, to see examples of a sample configuration in each OS, visit the accompanying blog post:

Comparing Cisco IOS, NX-OS, and IOS-XR Blog Post

Finally, to keep up with everything Kevin is doing, visit his website:

Kevin's Website

 

Apr 15, 2017
Understanding EIGRP - Part 6
09:30

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, we conclude our Understanding EIGRP series. The topics in this episode include:

  • The EIGRP Router ID
  • EIGRP Neighborship Requirements

Here are the links mentioned in the podcast:

 

 

Apr 01, 2017
Understanding EIGRP - Part 5
05:22

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, we continue our look at EIGRP. Specifically, we focus on EIGRP Static Neighbors. You'll learn:

  • How to configure an EIGRP static neighbor
  • How to verify a EIGRP static neighbors
  • When you should not use EIGRP static neighbors

Here are the links mentioned in the podcast:

 

Mar 15, 2017
Fundamentals of the Internet of Things (IoT)
12:47

Yet another buzzword we hear a lot in our industry today is Internet of Things, or IoT for short. It's a technological revolution that I believe will dramatically impact the way we live our daily lives, not to mention the impact on our careers as networking professionals.

However, there's much confusion surrounding IoT. So, in this podcast episode, you'll consider some examples of IoT products and services. Then, you'll learn about how IoT is poised for massive growth over the next few years, followed by a look at how IoT will impact our careers.

Kevin's Website: http://kwtrain.com

 

Mar 01, 2017
Understanding EIGRP - Part 4
06:08

In this 4th installment of the Understanding EIGRP series, we consider EIGRP's Passive Interface option, which can allow an interface to participate in an EIGRP routing process (so that it's subnet can be advertised via EIGRP), while suppressing the sending of EIGRP Hello messages out of that interface.

Also, here are the links referenced in this episode:

 

Feb 15, 2017
Understanding EIGRP - Part 3
06:39

In this 3rd installment of the Understanding EIGRP series, we consider EIGRP timers. Interestingly, they don't work the same as OSPF's timers. Also, here are the links referenced in this episode:

Understanding EIGRP - Part 3 Blog Post

CCNA R/S v3 Complete Video Course

ROUTE Complete Video Course

Kevin's Site

 

Feb 01, 2017
What is Cisco IWAN (Intelligent WAN)?
10:05

In this episode, you'll learn what Cisco IWAN is and what it can do for you.

To go deeper in your Cisco IWAN studies, check out the Cisco Press book entitled "Cisco Intelligent WAN (IWAN)" available at: http://kwtrain.com/iwanbook

 

Jan 15, 2017
Understanding EIGRP - Part 2
13:47

This podcast episode is the second in a series of EIGRP podcast episodes. In this episode, you'll learn how EIGRP constructs a topology table, selects a best route, and potentially one or more backup routes. You'll also learn the theory behind EIGRP metric calculations.

 

Click HERE to view examples in the accompanying blog post.

Kevin's complete video courses covering EIGRP include:

 

 

Jan 01, 2017
It's Time to Pivot
05:28

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, Kevin shares his decision to pivot his career focus, from traditional Cisco IOS commands to network programmability.

Here are links to the books referenced in the podcast episode:

Learn Python in one Day and Learn it Well: http://bit.ly/2hu7U35

Programming and Automating Cisco Networks: http://amzn.to/2hugZsI

 

 

Dec 15, 2016
Understanding EIGRP - Part 1
14:52

This podcast episode is the first in a series of episodes dedicated to EIGRP, a very robust and scalable dynamic routing protocol.

Specifically in this episode, we'll debate whether EIGRP is a link-state routing protocol or an advanced distance vector routing protocol. Then, we'll review some of the things we love about EIGRP and discuss basic configuration and verification commands.

To check out configuration and verification examples, here's a link to the accompanying blog post:

BLOG POST: http://kwtrain.com/eigrp-1

Also, my new CCNA R/S version 3 (200-125) Complete Video Course is available here:

CCNA R/S COMPLETE VIDEO COURSE: http://kwtrain.com/ccnacourse

 

Dec 01, 2016
EtherChannel's False Sense of Security
13:16

EtherChannel is a technology that lets you interconnect two Ethernet switches with multiple physical links and then logically bind those multiple physical connections into a single logical connection. This can give you increased bandwidth between your switches, load balancing, and fault tolerance. But... there's a catch.

In this episode, you'll learn the basics of EtherChannel, dig into the binary math behind its load balancing algorithms, discover why EtherChannel might be giving you a false sense of security, and how to fix it.

Finally, here's where you can pick up my brand new CCNA R/S (200-125) Complete Video course:

http://kwtrain.com/ccnacourse

 

Nov 15, 2016
Free Access to Cisco Gear... Seriously!
04:44

Cisco DevNet has done us a huge favor and made a ton of Cisco gear available to us for free. To access the plethora of "sandboxes," visit:

http://kwtrain.com/sandbox

 

Nov 01, 2016
Know Your Hashing Algorithms
06:09

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, you'll learn about the three types of hashing algorithms available in moderns versions of Cisco IOS:

Type 5: Message Digest 5 (MD5)

Type 8: Password-Based Key Derivation Function 2 (PBKDF2)

Type 9: SCRYPT

Keep in Touch with Kevin on the Following Social Media Platforms:

Blog: http://kwtrain.com
Twitter: http://twitter.com/kwallaceccie
Facebook: http://facebook.com/kwallaceccie
YouTube: http://youtube.com/user/kwallaceccie
LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/kwallaceccie
Google+: http://google.com/+KevinWallace
Snapchat: kwallaceccie

Oct 15, 2016
Should Your Certification Journey be Deep or Wide?
06:21

In this podcast episode, you'll get my take on the question of going deep in a Cisco track (e.g. getting your CCIE in that track) vs. going wide (e.g. getting multiple Associate level certifications).

Here's a link to the Tony Robbins video I referenced in this episode:

https://t.co/GcHN9MCTvn

Also, please visit my blog to check out lots of other great training resources.

http://kwtrain.com

 

Oct 01, 2016
Your Framework for Cisco Exam Preparation
16:54

In this podcast episode, you'll learn a 7-step framework for preparing for your first (or next) Cisco exam. Below are links to products mentioned in the podcast:

 

Cisco Press CCNA Collaboration Books: http://kwtrain.com/ccnacollabbooks

Pearson's CCNA LiveLessons: http://kwtrain.com/collab-na

CCNA R/S v3 Complete Video Course: http://kwtrain.com/ccnacourse

Topic on the CCNA v3 R/S Exam: http://kwtrain.com/ccnatopics

Cisco Learning Labs for ICND1: http://kwtrain.com/icnd1labs

Cisco Learning Labs for ICND2: http://kwtrain.com/icnd2labs

Cisco Virtual Internet Routing Lab (VIRL): http://kwtrain.com/virl

Cisco Packet Tracer: http://kwtrain.com/pt

Pearson IT Certification's CCNA R/S Network Simulator: http://kwtrain.com/netsim

Presence (by Amy Cuddy): http://amzn.to/2c0sXsz

 

Sep 15, 2016
My Favorite Productivity Apps
05:39

Here are some of my favorite productivity apps/websites:

To-Do List Manager: Nozbe (https://nozbe.com)

Document Manager: Evernote (http://evernote.com) used with the ScanSnap IX500 Series Scanner (http://amzn.to/2b6R6NU)

Social Media Scheduling: Hootsuite (https://hootsuite.com) and Hopper (https://www.hopperhq.com)

Calendar: Fantastical (https://flexibits.com/fantastical)

e-Mail: AirMail (http://airmailapp.com)

Note Taking (on iPad Pro with Apple Pencil): Penultimate (http://apple.co/2bor5Y1)

Sep 01, 2016
5 Tips for Your Technical Resume
05:02

In this podcast episode, you'll learn 5 quick tips for making your technical resume stand out from the crowd, while avoiding common mistakes.

 

Aug 15, 2016
Software Defined Networking (SDN) Simplified
14:03

In this podcast episode, you'll learn the fundamentals of Software Defined Networking (SDN). Specifically, you'll examine the pieces and parts making up an SDN network and consider how SDN technologies are forever changing the role of a Cisco professional.

 

CCNA R/S Complete Video Course: http://kwtrain.com/ccnacourse

 

Aug 01, 2016
Your Learning Calendar
03:21

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, you're challenged to identify the next technology or topic you need to learn and to block out time on your calendar to focus on your ongoing studies.

Jul 15, 2016
The "Job - Experience" Paradox
03:00

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, you'll learn a couple of ways to add experience to your resume without first having a job.

Jul 01, 2016
5 Essential Books for Your Cisco Career
06:12

In this podcast episode, Kevin shares his recommendation for five books essential to your Cisco career.

If you'd like to purchase any of these recommended books, the links are below:

  1. Cisco Networking Simplified, 2nd Edition
  2. The Success Principles
  3. Awaken the Giant Within
  4. The Automatic Millionaire
  5. The Charge
Jun 15, 2016
CCNA R&S version 3 - What's New?
12:25

On May 17, 2016 Cisco introduced an update to their flagship CCNA R&S certification. In this podcast, Kevin gets you up to date on the following:

  • New Exam Numbers
  • Last Dates to Take the Retiring Exams
  • Removed Topics
  • Added Topics

To receive periodic updates on Kevin's production of his new CCNA R&S Complete Video Course, and to be notified when the course is released, visit the following link to enter your e-mail:

http://kwtrain.com/ccnanotifyme

 

Jun 01, 2016
Fundamentals of BGP
11:18

In this podcast episode, you'll contrast Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), which is an Exterior Gateway Protocol (EGP), with Interior Gateway Protocols (IGPs).
An example of BGP path selection is also discussed.

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ROUTE Complete Video Course:
http://kwtrain.com/routecourse
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BGP Peer Groups Video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VjbsPoZBCpU
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Check out all of Kevin's training products at:
http://kwtrain.com/products
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May 15, 2016
Fundamentals of Storage Area Networking
08:48

In this podcast episode, you'll learn about different approaches for having storage (e.g. hard drives) available on the network.
You'll begin by distinguishing between block level storage and file level storage. Then, the following Storage Area Network (SAN) options are contrasted:

Direct-Attached Storage (DAS)
Network-Attached Storage (NAS)
Fibre Channel (FC)
Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE)
Internet Small Computer System Interface (iSCSI)

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Also, check out Kevin's video covering these SAN concepts:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4RsLUTJ_Qtk
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Check out all of Kevin's training products at:
http://kwtrain.com/products
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May 01, 2016
Your Route to Cisco Career Success - Part 7 (A Certified Success)
08:51

In this final installment of the "Your Route to Cisco Career Success" podcast series, you'll learn the benefits of having one or more Cisco certifications and what certification options are out there.

Apr 15, 2016
6 Core Cisco Collaboration Systems You've Gotta Know
19:00

Interested in pursuing your CCNA Collaboration or CCNP Collaboration? If so, this podcast reveals the 6 fundamental collaboration systems you'll be working with (and studying) on a regular basis.

After listening to the podcast, be sure to check out the companion video:

http://kwtrain.com/6coresys

Apr 01, 2016
How to Reduce Nervousness Before Your Certification Exam
04:28

Here's a quick strategy for increasing your confidence and decreasing your stress before taking your next certification exam. The strategy comes from Amy Cuddy's book Presence, and her TED talk. You can check those out here:

Presence Book: http://amzn.to/1OVhH9L

TED Talk: http://bit.ly/1jPni4S

Please let me know if this strategy works for your by leaving a comment on my Facebook page or Twitter:

Kevin Wallace Training's Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/kwallaceccie/

Kevin Wallace Training's Twitter: https://twitter.com/kwallaceccie

 

 

Mar 15, 2016
Fundamentals of QoS
25:01

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, you'll learn the purpose of Quality of Service (QoS) and identify many of the QoS mechanisms available on Cisco routers and switches.

Mar 01, 2016
Your Route to Cisco Career Success - Part 6 (Getting Your Hands Dirty)
08:07

In this episode, you learn several ways to get hands-on experience with Cisco gear.

Below are links to some of the solutions discussed in this podcast:

 

Feb 15, 2016
Your Route to Cisco Career Success - Part 5 (Tomes of Wisdom)
07:59

In this fifth installment of the Your Route to Cisco Career Success series, you're encouraged to develop your technical library. Also, you'll learn the different categories of Cisco Press books and see how to find technical documentation on Cisco's website.

Feb 01, 2016
Your Route to Cisco Career Success - Part 4 (Time Alchemy)
07:38

Get an overview of two of the more popular time management strategies out there today, and also learn a simple 3-step time management approach to get you started towards a more productive way of life.

Jan 15, 2016
The 3 Things I Do To Start My Day
04:58

What you do the first thing of a morning can set the tone for your whole day. In this brief podcast, I share with you three elements of my morning ritual that have had a huge impact on my productivity.

Jan 01, 2016
Your Route to Cisco Career Success - Part 3 (The Curiosity Key)
08:41

In this third installment of the Your Route to Cisco Career Success podcast series, you'll learn how curiosity can help drive you forward in your career as a Cisco networking professional.

Dec 15, 2015
CCNA Collaboration Overview
05:30

This episode of The Broadcast Storm gives you a peek into the new CCNA Collaboration certification. You'll learn what exams you need to take in order to earn this certification and what topics you'll need to learn.

If you want to get started in your study, you can check out Cisco Press' CCNA Collaboration Library: http://kwtrain.com/ccnacollabbooks

Dec 01, 2015
Your Route to Cisco Career Success - Part 2 (When Life Gets in the Way)
12:30

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, which is Part 2 in the Your Route to Cisco Career Success series, you'll learn how to keep moving towards your goals, even in the midst of life's unplanned interruptions.

Nov 15, 2015
Collaboration Lab Strategy #3 - Your Framework to CCIE Collaboration Lab Success
11:38

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, you'll learn Kevin's four foundational directives that makeup his CCIE Collaboration Lab Framework of Success.

To get a visual representation of this framework, checkout the corresponding blog posting, which can be found here: http://kwallaceccie.com/ccie-collaboration-lab-lessons-part-3

Nov 01, 2015
Your Route to Cisco Career Success - Part 1 (Goals - Your Destination Address)
11:09

This podcast summaries Chapter 1 of my book, Your Route to Cisco Career Success, which discusses why and how to set goals to advance your career. You can get a free PDF copy of that book here: http://kwtrain.com/success

 

Oct 15, 2015
Collaboration Lab Strategy #2 (Using a CUCM Server as a TFTP Server)
08:41

If you're preparing for (or will be preparing for) the CCIE Collaboration Lab, you should know how to edit .xml configuration files and then store those files in the appropriate location. This episode of The Broadcast Storm shows you how you can leverage the TFTP server built into your CUCM server to move files between your devices.

Oct 01, 2015
Lessons I Learned from Disney - Part 5 (Dreams Come True)
09:56
In this fifth installment in the "Lessons I Learned from Disney" series, you are challenged to dream again, maybe for a CCIE certification, maybe for your dream job, or maybe starting your own company.
Sep 15, 2015
Collaboration Lab Strategy #1 (Using the Modified Device-Based Approach)
11:33

If you're going to be tackling the Cisco Collaboration CCIE Lab, doing the lab tasks sequentially (e.g. Task 1.1, followed by Task 1.2, etc.) might not be the best approach. This episode of The Broadcast Storm explains how to use "The Modified Device-Based Approach" to make a much more efficient use of your time on lab day.

Sep 01, 2015
Lessons I Learned from Disney - Part 4 (The Advantage of Adversity)
05:32

While the first three installments of the "Lessons I Learned from Disney" series highlighted lessons learned when I was a cast member with Disney World, this podcast focuses on a lesson learned from studying Walt Disney's early career. His example shows us a new way to view the inevitable adversity we'll face in our careers.

Aug 15, 2015
3 Lessons I Learned from John Chambers
06:49

On July 26, 2015, John Chambers stepped down from his 20-year tenure as CEO of Cisco Systems. In this podcast, I pay tribute to his 20 years of leadership of Cisco by sharing 3 life lessons I've learned from him.

Aug 01, 2015
Lessons I Learned from Disney - Part 3 (Balancing Urgency with Impact)
05:32

This purpose of this podcast episode is to help you better make the troubleshooting decision to fix an issue immediately or to fix the issue later, based on the impact the fix would have on users. As an example of balancing urgency with impact, Kevin recounts a troubleshooting issue he had at Walt Disney World.

Jul 15, 2015
3 Memorable Quotes from Cisco Live 2015
05:04

I recently returned from Cisco Live 2015 in San Diego California. While I learned tons of cool technical stuff there, this podcast episode highlights three quotes that really resonated with me and will hopefully impact you too.

Jul 01, 2015
How Can a Tomato Help You Study for Cisco Exams
03:48

This episode of The Broadcast Storm tells you about a simple (but very effective) time management hack. It's called the Pomodoro Technique.

More information: http://pomodorotechnique.com/

Keviin's latest products: http://kwtrain.com/products

 

 

Jun 15, 2015
Lessons I Learned from Disney - Part 2 (Who Broke Mickey's e-Mail)
06:51

In this episode, you'll learn the importance of having a change management system in place, as illustrated by Kevin's story about a very long night at Disney World.

Jun 05, 2015
3 Tips to Ace the Technical Interview
07:56

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, Cisco trainer Kevin Wallace shares 3 tips for acing the technical interview:

(1) Establish rapport.

(2) When asked for a weakness, share a true (and emotional) story of regret, along with the lesson you learned.

(3) When asked a technical question about a technology with which you are not familiar, be ready to share a cool story about an advanced technology you did configure.

 

Jun 01, 2015
Lessons I Learned from Disney - Part 1 (Praise in Public - Coach in Private)
07:20

Welcome to The Broadcast Storm podcast from Kevin Wallace, CCIEx2 #7945 (R/S and Collaboration). In this first episode, Kevin introduces you to the podcast's format and reveals a managerial lesson he learned while working as a Network Design Specialist at Walt Disney World (which had over 500 Cisco routers and thousands of Cisco Catalyst switches).

May 23, 2015