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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