CCNA Practical Studies
by Gary Heap, Lynn Maynes
Publisher: Cisco Press 2002
Number of pages: 544
Reference and practice book for the CCNA exams #640-801 and #640-607, with hands-on lab scenarios: build your own internetworking lab and use it to learn essential internetworking skills. This text is a comprehensive reference that gives you essential hands-on experience in lab environments. Numerous examples in the book cover the entire range of CCNA topics.
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by Adolfo Rodriguez, John Gatrell, John Karas, Roland Peschke - Prentice Hall PTR
The book provides an introduction to the TCP/IP protocol suite, and serves as a reference for advanced users seeking to keep their TCP/IP skills aligned with current standards. Both the novice and the expert will find useful information in this text.
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This book will help you with the basic administration of your internetworking devices. Using straightforward case studies and practical examples, the book teaches IOS fundamentals for configuring, operating, and maintaining internetworking devices.
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