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CCNA Exam Certification Guide

CCNA Exam Certification Guide

Author: Wendell Odom
Web Price: $60 US
Publisher: Cisco Press (Trade/52)
ISBN: 0735700737
Publication Date: 3/15/99
Pages: 640

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CCNA Exam Certification Guide is a comprehensive study tool for CCNA Exam #640-407. Written by a CCIE and Certified Cisco Systems Instructor and reviewed by Cisco technical experts, CCNA Exam Certification Guide helps you understand and master the exam objectives. Section-by-section objective lists keep you focused on the material you need to study. The instructor-developed elements and techniques lead you to maximize your retention and recall of exam topics, and scenario-based exercises validate your mastery of the exam objectives. Along with the book, practice questions on the companion CD-ROM enable you either to build and take random sample tests or to focus on an objective area of your choice.


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About the Author








Introduction: Overview of Certification and How to Succeed


1. -


What Is CCNA?


2. -


Understanding Cisco's Internetwork Operating System (IOS) Software


3. -


Understanding the OSI Reference Model


4. -


Understanding LANs and LAN Switching


5. -


Network Protocols: Understanding the TCP/IP Suite and Novell NetWare Protocols


6. -


Understanding Routing


7. -


Understanding Network Security


8. -


WAN Protocols: Understanding Point-to-Point, Frame Relay, and ISDN


9. -


Scenarios for Final Preparation


A. -


Decimal to Hexadecimal and Binary Conversion Table


B. -


Answers to the “Do I Know This Already?” Quizzes and Q&A Sections


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