Video – Cisco CCNA training: Connecting to your device

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Video – Cisco CCNA training: Connecting to your device

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Added by October 28, 2011

In this DrillBit™ Video, Cisco Instructor Mark Jacob shows how to take an existing Cisco router and make it your own. Mark recommends that students should purchase existing Cisco hardware and setup a practice environment of their own. This video shows you how to connect to your device using terminal emulation software such as Tera Term Pro to match the settings of the Cisco device.
Upcoming live Cisco training at Interface Technical Training:
CCNA210: ICND1 – Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part1
CCNA220: ICND2 – Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part2

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