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These podcasts include recordings of hands-on Cisco exercises. I recommend you scrounge or buy 3 routers, build a triangle, and follow along.

Cisco Hands On Training Podcast Darrell Root

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    • 4.3, 71 Ratings

These podcasts include recordings of hands-on Cisco exercises. I recommend you scrounge or buy 3 routers, build a triangle, and follow along.

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4.3 out of 5
71 Ratings

71 Ratings

DarrenStarr ,

Great information, but out of his depths

I am a system level developer who will be implementing IPv6 support in a new product. At the moment, I'm watching Daryl's video on IPv6 Theory to get a grasp on how a network administrator views IPv6 as to make the user experience of my product an outstanding experience.

I find the information in this tutorial to be interesting, however I feel he's completely out of his depths at times and should have done a much better job preparing. When I used to teach Cisco training, it was critical that we knew what we wanted to say with each slide before hand. He makes terrible mistakes of talking about topics like programming which he is obviously unfamiliar with and when he says really big numbers, he reminds me of a child talking about the millions and millions and millions of somethings. He then while talking about the IPv6 header talks about MPLS as if it's obvious what this stands for. So he doesn't identify his audience either. So, if he feels that when explaining 128 bit addresses using baby terms for big numbers, he should assume the user does not know what MPLS stands for.

For the "real information" he provides as opposed to his editorial, he does a great job presenting and he even stops stuttering and saying "ummmm" repetitively when he does.

I genuinely believe that if this video could have been spectacular if he would have prepared himself better.

P.S. - A quick search on world population suggests that we're nearing 7 billion people. When he presents that "As we know the world has between 7 and 8 billion people", it really detracted from my experience because it hurts his credibility regarding numbers he provides during editorial. When educating people, it is critical that before you refer to numbers, you get them right, especially when they're so easy to check.

Raul Albertos ,

Good l learning while on the road!

Love listening to this while on the road. Hands free learning and very detail oriented.

Certs- CCDA, CCNA, JNCIA - Junos, Sec +. I know these videos will help with getting my CCNP!!!

-Raul

Apot_pogi ,

Awesome stuff

Good

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