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CCNA in 21 Hours: '640-802' syllabus

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CCNA in 21 Hours: '640-802' syllabus
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Publisher: Bookboon
ISBN-13: 9788740304763
Number of pages: 191

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This book offers a basic illustration for CCNA, '640-802' syllabus, which is a pre-requisite certificate for most Cisco certifications. This CCNA Course will give you the basic knowledge to operate a computer network. You will learn about computer network basics, the devices that exist in a computer network, and how to configure them. In addition, you will learn the basics of network security, wireless networks, and IPv6.

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