CISCO CCNA Route and Switch

Mark Jacob

“My goal is not just for the students in my classes to learn, but to make it easier for them. If you enjoy learning, you’re likely to remember it. You learn when you’re having fun.”

Biography

A+, Network+, CCNA Routing and Switching, CCNP Routing and Switching and CCSI.

Career:

  • Recipient of the 2012 and 2013 Cisco Sirius Top Quality Instructor Award
  • Current network administrator with close to 10 years’ experience
  • Specialized instruction methods, daily review and refresh, hands-on lab immersion
Mark Jacob is a Cisco specialist, teaching ICND1 - Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 and ICND2 - Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 2.
Mark uses his current day-to-day experience as a network administrator to provide students in his classes with real-life scenarios and equip them with the knowledge required to administer TCP/IP networks built with Cisco hardware — and do it well.
Selecting routing protocols, setting up IP addresses and performing subnetting — Mark teaches students straightforward methods to accomplishing Cisco network administrator responsibilities. Students are amazed at how “easy” much-feared tasks such as subnetting can be once they learn Mark’s methods, and the proof is in their success, passing exams to obtain certifications.
Mark’s passion for engineering led him to the Information Technology profession after a career with the U.S. Postal Service. Taking classes on his own time and starting out as an unpaid intern, Mark has a drive that is clearly a bonus to students in his classes. A volunteer tutor of young students during his off-hours, Mark says: “I enjoy seeing the light go on in somebody as they learn. If I teach it to you on a Wednesday morning, by Wednesday evening, you can do it.”

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Blog

How to Make your Linux Box a DHCP Server

Posted March 16, 2015

This topic is of interest to readers who are desiring their Network Plus certification, or those who just like to tinker with network settings (in a safe and approved environment) and observe the results. In this blog, I will delve … Continue Reading

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A Cisco solution that’s perfectly NAT-ural

Posted February 25, 2015

If you are reaching for your CCNA R&S certification, you probably already know that configuring NAT is on the list of stuff to know. In the CCNA world, this is accomplished using dynamic NAT, or NAT pools, as one solution, … Continue Reading

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CCNA R&S prep, GNS3 1.x, and Router-on-a-stick!

Posted December 29, 2014

Have you had a chance to build some projects in the new rev of GNS3?  If you have not done so yet, I would highly recommend heading over to GNS3 and downloading it.  In this blog I will presume that you … Continue Reading

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