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Getting certified for designing Cisco networks becomes a cinch! This practical study guide covers the essentials for passing the CCDA exam -- whether it's for the first time or for recertification. Presenting information in a light, fun style, it provides plenty of case studies that follow the design process from the initial consultation to the end of the pilot. It also includes study tips, resources on the Web, plus a CD designed to simulate the test environment with an Answer Review to tell you why answers were...
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Overview

Getting certified for designing Cisco networks becomes a cinch! This practical study guide covers the essentials for passing the CCDA exam -- whether it's for the first time or for recertification. Presenting information in a light, fun style, it provides plenty of case studies that follow the design process from the initial consultation to the end of the pilot. It also includes study tips, resources on the Web, plus a CD designed to simulate the test environment with an Answer Review to tell you why answers were right or wrong. You'll find CCDA For Dummies is a valuable reference and guide on-the-job and in the classroom!
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780764516320
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 3/22/2002
  • Series: For Dummies Series
  • Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 456
  • Product dimensions: 7.64 (w) x 8.92 (h) x 1.02 (d)

Meet the Author

Ron Gilster, a 20-year networking veteran, has written For Dummies guides to CCNA, Network+, and other certifications.

David Dalan is a trainer and training manager at a leading technical support services firm.

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Table of Contents

Introduction.

Why Certification?

Why Take the CCDA Examination?

Steps to Certification.

Part I: Internetworking Fundamentals.

Part II: Identification of Customer Needs.

Part III: Designing the Network.

Part IV: Network Prototypes.

Part V: LAN/WAN Technologies and Protocols.

Part VI: Bridging and Switching Details.

Part VII: Routed and Routing Protocols.

Part VIII: The Part of Tens.

Part IX: Appendixes.

On the CD.

Studying Chapters.

First page.

Quick Assessment questions.

Study subjects.

Tables.

Prep tests.

Icons Used in This Book.

Feedback.

Part I: Internetworking Fundamentals.

Chapter 1: The Language of the CCDA.

Chapter 2: The OSI Model.

Chapter 3: TCP/IP Protocols.

Part II: Identification of Customer Needs.

Chapter 4: Analyzing an Existing Network.

Chapter 5: Addressing the Business Needs of a Network.

Chapter 6: Network Changes and Future Impacts.

Part III: Designing the Network.

Chapter 7: LAN and WAN Topologies.

Chapter 8: Selecting Cisco Hardware.

Chapter 9: Addressing and Naming Conventions.

Chapter 10: Selecting Protocols.

Chapter 11: Managing the Network.

Chapter 12: Building Pilots and Prototypes.

Part V: LAN/WAN Technologies and Protocols.

Chapter 13: LAN Protocol Details.

Chapter 14: LAN Hardware Configurations.

Chapter 15: WAN Services and Media.

Chapter 16: WAN Hardware Configurations.

Part VI: Bridging and Switching Details.

Chapter 17: Multilayer LAN Switching.

Chapter 18: Cisco IOS Software.

Chapter 19: Switching Applications.

Part VII: Routed and Routing Protocols.

Chapter 20: Routed Protocols.

Chapter 21: Routing Protocols.

Chapter 22: Routing Protocol Applications.

Part VIII: The Part of Tens.

Chapter 23: Ten Ways to Prepare for Your Test Day.

Chapter 24: Ten Great Web Sites for Study and Test Materials.

Part IX: Appendixes.

Appendix A: Sample Network Diagrams.

Appendix B: Cisco Hardware Features.

Appendix C: Case Studies.

Appendix D: Sample CCDA Examination.

Appendix E: About the CD.

Index.

End-User License Agreement.

Installation Instructions.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 30, 2002

    A great part of your CCDA package

    I like this book for two reasons. First it is approachable and well organized. There are some flubs in the text (typing/eidting erros) but it is generally very good. Second, the book is (hopefully) current. Some of the other CCDA books are pushing 3 years old making this the newest book on the topic I could find. I used more than one text, but I am a CCDA and this book helped a lot.

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