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CCNA Cisco Certified Network Associate Study Guide 4/e Richard Deal Imprint: McGraw-Hill Osborne Pub Date: March 2008 ISBN: 9780071497282 Previous: 9780072229349 Format: HARD + CD UK Price: 28.99 - Euro Price: 43.60 SA$ Price: 49.99 Subject Area: Certification and Career Pages: 864 - Illustrations: 200 Description A thoroughly revised study guide for the new release of the challenging CCNA exam. This fully integrated study system delivers up-to-date coverage of the long- awaited revision of the Cisco Certified Network Associate exam. You will learn practical skills through lab simulations, step-by-step exercises, exam watch notes, on-the-job elements and chapter self-tests. CCNA Cisco Certified Network Associate Study Guide, Fourth Edition covers all the exam topics including switch and router configuration, IP addressing, LANs, WANs, frame relay, ISDN and more. You can test your knowledge with more than 650 realistic practice exam questions. The CD-ROM includes a custom version of the premier virtual network simulator from Boson Software which features more than 20 integrated lab exercises. Practice exam software, video training and an electronic book are also included on the CD. Key Features A 2006 ComputerWorld survey identified CCNA as one of the credentials most likely to lead to a salary increase. Certification Magazine listed CCNA as one of the best ‘hands-on’ IT certification programs. Previous editions sold more than 66,000 copies.
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Market There are at least 600,000 Cisco Certified experts and CCNA is without a doubt the most populous Cisco certification. There are currently over 3,600 Cisco Networking Academies worldwide in 61 countries with over 80,000 students in various stages of completing the program. Table of Contents Part 1- Introduction to Networking Chapter 1 - Networks Chapter 2 - OSI Reference Model Chapter 3 - Layer 2 LAN Technologies Chapter 4 - Bridges and Switches Chapter 5 - Wireless LANs Part 2- TCP/IP Protocol Suite Chapter 6 - TCP/IP Internet Layer Chapter 7 - TCP/IP Addressing and Subnetting Chapter 8 - TCP/IP Transport Layer Chapter 9 - Sending and Receiving TCP/IP Packets Part 3- Cisco Catalyst Switches Chapter 10 - Cisco IOS Software Chapter 11 - Initial Switch Configuration Chapter 12 - VLANs and Trunks Chapter 13 - Switches and Redundancy Part 4- Cisco Routers and LANs Chapter 14 - Routers and Routing Chapter 15 - Initial Router Configuration Chapter 16 - Remote Device Management Chapter 17 - Security Device Manager (SDM) Part 5- Routing Chapter 18 - Basic Routing Chapter 19 - OSPF Routing Chapter 20 - EIGRP Routing Part 6- Advanced Cisco Router Features Chapter 21 - Access Control Lists (ACLs) Chapter 22 - Address Translation Chapter 23 - IPv6 Part 7- Cisco Routers and WANs Chapter 24 - WAN Introduction Chapter 25 - Frame Relay Appendix A- About the CD Appendix B- Exam Readiness Checklist Author Biography Richard Deal, CCNA, CCNP, CCDA, CCDP, is a certified Cisco instructor and a Cisco certification test writer. His consulting company, The Deal Group, provides
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