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CCNP Practical Studies: Troubleshooting

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CCNP Practical Studies: Troubleshooting
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Publisher: Cisco Press
ISBN/ASIN: 1587200570
ISBN-13: 9781587200571
Number of pages: 840

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Designed for aspiring CCNP and CCIE(r) professionals, this indispensable lab guide builds on Cisco(r) Internetwork Troubleshooting (CIT) topics that prepare you for the CCNP Troubleshooting exam. Full of practical exercises that get you ready for challenges on the job, CCNP Practical Studies: Troubleshooting gives you an edge over the competition through real-world application of LAN and WAN topics.

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