This course is focused on Cisco switches configuration and almost everything you need to know about them. The topologies are very much self-explanatory and created in different environments (mostly PnetLab, a free tool compatible with Eve-NG) but they can be very easily created on real gear. There would be minor differences in syntax based on the image that you use on your device (or simulated environment).
All the commands are explained in detail. I have tried not to miss anything and I have given the reasons you might want to implement a feature or execute a commands so that you can decide your design.
The course contains (but is not limited to):
•what you should do when you receive a new switch
•how to do basic configurations
•ISL and Dot1q protocols and how to configure access and trunk ports (dynamically or statically)
•how to configure VLANs
•VTP protocol features and how to configure different versions
•PAgP and LACP protocols and how to configure link aggregation
•Loop-free switched network and how to configure Spanning Tree Protocol variations (STP, RSTP, MSTP, MST)
•Spanning Tree Protocol extra features (LoopGuard, BPDUGuard, BPDUFilter, …)
•Port Security features and configuration
•First Hop Redundancy Protocols (HSRP, VRRP, GLBP) in detail
•and many tips and tricks!
Lectures would be added on demand to the course to make it richer and more valuable to you. Also, I will personally answer your questions ASAP, in case you have any problem with the contents and studies.