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The Broadcast Storm, with 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.

Latest Episodes

Interview with Keith Barker

In this episode of "The Broadcast Storm," I chat with double CCIE Keith Barker, as he shares his perspective on a variety of topics, ranging from how to get into IT, to network security, to hypnosis. Happy listening!

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Wireless LAN Security

In this episode of "The Broadcast Storm" we're going to take on another line item from the new CCNA (200-301) exam blueprint. Specifically, we'll be contrasting three Wireless LAN (WLAN) security protocols: WPA, WPA2, and WPA3. Happy listening!

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Understanding Administrative Distance

In this episode of "The Broadcast Storm" we're going to consider a topic on the new CCNA exam blueprint (Exam# 200-301). It's not a new topic, but it is critical that we understand it. The topic is Administrative Distance. Administrative Distance (AD) is the believability of a routing source. So, if a router has information from multiple routing information sources about how to reach a specific network, the router will believe (and inject into its IP Routing Table) the network learned from the routing information source with the LOWEST Administrative Distance. Of course, there are lots of routing information sources a router could have, and we'll compare their ADs in this episode.

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Understanding Administrative Distance

Understanding Wi-Fi 6

In this episode of "The Broadcast Storm," you'll learn about some of the technologies being used by Wi-Fi 6 (IEEE 802.11ax) to enhance your wireless experience.

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Your Cert Survey Results

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, we'll review the results of a 465-participant survey about Cisco's new certification tracks. You can review the survey results in detail at the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/results/SM-RKG5ZPWY7/

5 MINAUG 16
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Your Cert Survey Results

Introducing Cisco's DevNet Certifications

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, we check out Cisco's new DevNet certification track and identify who each certification is for.

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Introducing Cisco's DevNet Certifications

Overview of Cisco DNA Center

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm we give you an overview of Cisco DNA Center, which is a topic that appears on the newly announced CCNA 200-301 exam (to be released Feb. 24, 2020). At the time of this recording, Cisco's DevNet Sandbox makes a couple of Cisco DNA Servers available for you to explore for free (without needing to set up a VPN connection). One server gives you read-write access, while the other gives you read-only access. Here are the links and login credentials: Cisco DNA Center Server with Read/Write Access https://sandboxdnac.cisco.com/ Username: devnetuser Password: Cisco123! Cisco DNA Center Server with Read-Only Access https://sandboxdnac2.cisco.com/ Username: devnetuser Password: Cisco123!

7 MINJUL 16
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Overview of Cisco DNA Center

Cisco Changes Their Professional Level Certifications

In this episode of "The Broadcast Storm," we discuss the changes Cisco recently made to their Professional-level certification tracks. We also explore a great set of "CCNP Migration Tools," Cisco makes available. You can check out that menu of tools here: http://bit.ly/ccnpmigration

8 MINJUL 2
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Cisco Changes Their Professional Level Certifications

Breaking Down the NEW CCNA

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, we'll discuss the topics appearing on Cisco's newly announced CCNA certification exam. To help you complete your current CCNA R/S studies before February 24, 2020 (or to help you get a jump start studying for the new CCNA), I'm conducting a FREE 3-day "CCNA Foundations" course containing 12 hours of content. Get more information, and sign up using the following link: https://kwtrain.com/ccna-foundations This link gives you an overview of the new CCNA program: http://bit.ly/newccna This link shows you the exact topics on the exam: http://bit.ly/200-301

8 MINJUN 16
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Categories of Twisted Pair Cabling

In this episode, you'll learn why twisted pair networking cable needs to be twisted. Also, you'll learn the characteristics of various twisted pair cabling "Categories" and sample use cases for each Category.

9 MINJUN 2
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Categories of Twisted Pair Cabling

Latest Episodes

Interview with Keith Barker

In this episode of "The Broadcast Storm," I chat with double CCIE Keith Barker, as he shares his perspective on a variety of topics, ranging from how to get into IT, to network security, to hypnosis. Happy listening!

35 MIN6 d ago
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Interview with Keith Barker

Wireless LAN Security

In this episode of "The Broadcast Storm" we're going to take on another line item from the new CCNA (200-301) exam blueprint. Specifically, we'll be contrasting three Wireless LAN (WLAN) security protocols: WPA, WPA2, and WPA3. Happy listening!

9 MIN2 w ago
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Wireless LAN Security

Understanding Administrative Distance

In this episode of "The Broadcast Storm" we're going to consider a topic on the new CCNA exam blueprint (Exam# 200-301). It's not a new topic, but it is critical that we understand it. The topic is Administrative Distance. Administrative Distance (AD) is the believability of a routing source. So, if a router has information from multiple routing information sources about how to reach a specific network, the router will believe (and inject into its IP Routing Table) the network learned from the routing information source with the LOWEST Administrative Distance. Of course, there are lots of routing information sources a router could have, and we'll compare their ADs in this episode.

7 MINSEP 16
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Understanding Administrative Distance

Understanding Wi-Fi 6

In this episode of "The Broadcast Storm," you'll learn about some of the technologies being used by Wi-Fi 6 (IEEE 802.11ax) to enhance your wireless experience.

7 MINSEP 2
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Understanding Wi-Fi 6

Your Cert Survey Results

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, we'll review the results of a 465-participant survey about Cisco's new certification tracks. You can review the survey results in detail at the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/results/SM-RKG5ZPWY7/

5 MINAUG 16
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Your Cert Survey Results

Introducing Cisco's DevNet Certifications

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, we check out Cisco's new DevNet certification track and identify who each certification is for.

4 MINAUG 2
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Introducing Cisco's DevNet Certifications

Overview of Cisco DNA Center

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm we give you an overview of Cisco DNA Center, which is a topic that appears on the newly announced CCNA 200-301 exam (to be released Feb. 24, 2020). At the time of this recording, Cisco's DevNet Sandbox makes a couple of Cisco DNA Servers available for you to explore for free (without needing to set up a VPN connection). One server gives you read-write access, while the other gives you read-only access. Here are the links and login credentials: Cisco DNA Center Server with Read/Write Access https://sandboxdnac.cisco.com/ Username: devnetuser Password: Cisco123! Cisco DNA Center Server with Read-Only Access https://sandboxdnac2.cisco.com/ Username: devnetuser Password: Cisco123!

7 MINJUL 16
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Overview of Cisco DNA Center

Cisco Changes Their Professional Level Certifications

In this episode of "The Broadcast Storm," we discuss the changes Cisco recently made to their Professional-level certification tracks. We also explore a great set of "CCNP Migration Tools," Cisco makes available. You can check out that menu of tools here: http://bit.ly/ccnpmigration

8 MINJUL 2
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Cisco Changes Their Professional Level Certifications

Breaking Down the NEW CCNA

In this episode of The Broadcast Storm, we'll discuss the topics appearing on Cisco's newly announced CCNA certification exam. To help you complete your current CCNA R/S studies before February 24, 2020 (or to help you get a jump start studying for the new CCNA), I'm conducting a FREE 3-day "CCNA Foundations" course containing 12 hours of content. Get more information, and sign up using the following link: https://kwtrain.com/ccna-foundations This link gives you an overview of the new CCNA program: http://bit.ly/newccna This link shows you the exact topics on the exam: http://bit.ly/200-301

8 MINJUN 16
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Breaking Down the NEW CCNA

Categories of Twisted Pair Cabling

In this episode, you'll learn why twisted pair networking cable needs to be twisted. Also, you'll learn the characteristics of various twisted pair cabling "Categories" and sample use cases for each Category.

9 MINJUN 2
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Categories of Twisted Pair Cabling