CCNP Practical Studies: Switching
by Justin Menga
Publisher: Cisco Press 2003
Number of pages: 984
The book provides CCNP candidates with a hands-on experience in configuring Cisco Catalyst switches. This guide shows intermediate level networkers how to apply the knowledge they have gained through CCNP Coursework and exam preparation. Configuration labs will cover all technologies tested upon in Switching exam #640-604, as well as a number of real world scenarios that will test the users overall understanding of multilayer switching. The labs come complete with full explanations, highlighting why the chosen commands and techniques are recommended.
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