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About Boss CBT

Boss CBT specializes in Cisco training. Our instructors are Cisco experts and our lessons are based upon the exam blueprints published by Cisco. Each CCNA and CCENT tutorial is designed to help you easily grasp the concepts and theory needed not only for the exams but also for the hands-on configuration and troubleshooting you’ll face at work.

All configuration and verification demonstrations are performed on Cisco routers and switches.

Each video focusses on a single topic and is about 5 to 20 minutes long. There’s A LOT to learn, so our “easy to digest” approach won’t overwhelm you. And if you only have a few minutes during lunch or a few hours after work, our videos will fit to your schedule.

Get in, learn, and get on with your career.

No prior experience or knowledge is necessary to benefit from our videos. If you are already a networking professional, then our CCNA and CCENT videos will fine tune your knowledge and prepare you for the next step in your career.

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Reviews of @Boss CBT courses

  • shahed Israr
    shahed Israr January 16, 2015

    OSPF Load Balancing

    Thanks for sharing nice post. It is good if you post configuration + Example. If any one want to know OSPF Load Balancing in broadcast network, try to bellow link, that has nice description with example + Diagram.

    http://gponsolution.com/ospf-load-balancing-example.html

  • HeyYou
    HeyYou June 18, 2012

    A good overview

    While it does review the basics of binary and hexadecimal, it's a nice review of those concepts, even if you already know them. This course does a good job of covering the differences between IPv4 and IPv6, and does a good job of standing on its own from the series.

    The voiceover is also really easy to listen to, which is way more important than many people realize.

  • Sean Keefer
    Sean Keefer June 18, 2012

    This course is a great

    This course is a great introduction to IPv6. It does not assume prior knowledge of binary or hexadecimal but provides a solid introduction for anyone wishing to understand the difference between IPv4 and IPv6.