CCNA Routing and Switching Exam Cramby Matt J. Rees, Matthew Rees, Jeffery T. Coe
Covers the installation, configuration, and operation of simple-routed LAN, WAN, and switched LAN networks. Discusses remote access and integrating dial-up connectivity with traditional, remote LAN to LAN access, as well as supporting the high levels of performance required for new applications such as Internet commerce and multimedia. Demonstrates ways to optimize WAN through Internet solutions that reduce bandwidth and WAN cost. Explains features such as filtering with Access Lists, Bandwidth on Demand (BOD), and Dial on Demand Routing (DDR). Combines the curriculum objectives of the CCNA Routing and Switching exam with specific test-taking advice.
Covers all curriculum objectives for reader to pass the CCNA Routing and Switching exam (640-407). Provides practice-exam questions in a format similar to the actual exam and includes real-life scenarios for skill building. The CCNA Routing and Switching exam is a crucial building block of the CCIE Routing and Switching certification path. Features unique editorial content that serves as an ideal complement to other training guides and materials in a concise format, highlighting the most important features of the exam.
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This is a terriffic book I have read ittwice. If you are getting ready to sit fortheir CCNA then this is a great tool.
This is the perfect book to read the weekend before taking your test. It has all the information you need to review and organize your knowledge. The self-test is too easy and does not prove you are ready fot the CCNA test. Overall, If you know the material in this book, you'll do fine on the test.