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Cisco CCNA Training Kit, Exam #640-507 is a unique CBT product designed to offer both in-depth instruction on exam topics and a robust test bank of practice exam questions. This product offers a complete solution for truly learning the concepts behind the questions, so that candidates are not only prepared to succeed on the exam, but also in their daily jobs as CCNA certified networking professionals.

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Overview

Cisco CCNA Training Kit, Exam #640-507 is a unique CBT product designed to offer both in-depth instruction on exam topics and a robust test bank of practice exam questions. This product offers a complete solution for truly learning the concepts behind the questions, so that candidates are not only prepared to succeed on the exam, but also in their daily jobs as CCNA certified networking professionals.

The tutorials are based on the content of the two Cisco recommended training Coursebooks for the new CCNA Exam #640-507: Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices and Internetworking Technologies Handbook, Second Edition. This new CCNA exam tests a candidate's ability to build multirouter, multigroup internetworks using LAN and WAN interfaces for the most commonly used routing and routed protocols.

Each computer-based course in the Cisco CCNA Training Kit, Exam #640-507 offers concise tutorials, exercises and labs, study mode exams, adaptive exams, and simulated practice exams. The course navigator allows users to easily jump between topics, reading assignments, and exam modes. It keeps an account of a user's progress through reading assignments and tracks the results of each practice exam for easy reference. Users can read through the course materials that correspond to a given section, or go directly to practice exams.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781587050039
  • Publisher: Cisco Press
  • Publication date: 6/28/2000
  • Edition description: PACKAGE
  • Pages: 2100

Meet the Author


Steve McQuerry is a Certified Cisco Systems Instructor (CCSI) who works as a contract instructor and consultant throughout the U.S. teaching networking professionals how to configure and integrate Cisco equipment into their networks. Steve also holds CNE, MCSE, MCT, CCNA, and CCNPTm certifications. He has worked in the networking industry for 10 years and has experience with multiple protocols in small and large networks, including TCP/IP and IPX. Steve currently teaches the Cisco courses ICND, ICRC, ACRC, CIT, and CLSC with Global Knowledge.
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Table of Contents


CCNA : Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices

Part I: Getting Started with Cisco Networks
Chapter 1: Internetworking Concepts Overview
Chapter 2: Assembling and Cabling Cisco Devices
Chapter 3: Operating and Configuring a Cisco IOS Device
Chapter 4: Managing Your Network Environment
Part II: Interconnecting Catalyst Switches
Chapter 5: Catalyst 1900 Switch Operations
Chapter 6: Extending Switched Networks with Virtual LANs
Part III: Interconnecting Cisco Routers
Chapter 7: Interconnecting Networks with TCP/IP
Chapter 8: Determining IP Routes
Chapter 9: Basic IP Traffic Management with Access Lists
Chapter 10: Configuring Novell IPX
Part IV: Extending the Network to WANs
Chapter 11: Establishing Serial Point-to-Point Connections
Chapter 12: Completing an ISDN BRI Call
Chapter 13: Establishing a Frame Relay PVC Connection
Part V: Appendixes
Appendix A: Configuring AppleTalk
Appendix B: Establishing a HyperTerminal Session
Appendix C: Cisco 700 Series Routers
Appendix D: Password Recovery
Appendix E: Answers to Review Questions
Index

Internetworking Technologies Handbook, Second Edition

Part 1 Introduction to Internetworking
Chapter 1 Internetworking Basics ..... 3
Chapter 2 Introduction to LAN Protocols ..... 37
Chapter 3 Introduction to WAN Technologies ..... 45
Chapter 4 Bridging and Switching Basics ..... 55
Chapter 5 Routing Basics ..... 63
Chapter 6 Network Management Basics ..... 77
Part 2 LAN Protocols
Chapter 7 Ethernet Technologies ..... 87
Chapter 8 Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI) ..... 111
Chapter 9 Token Ring/IEEE 802.5 ..... 125
Part 3 WAN Technologies
Chapter 10 Frame Relay ..... 135
Chapter 11 High-Speed Serial Interface ..... 151
Chapter 12 Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) ..... 155
Chapter 13 Point-to-Point Protocol ..... 163
Chapter 14 Switched Multimegabit Data Service (SMDS) ..... 169
Chapter 15 Asymmetric: Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) ..... 181
Chapter 16 Synchronous Data-Link Control and Derivatives ..... 189
Chapter 17 X.25 ..... 197
Part 4 Bridging and Switching
Chapter 18 Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) Switching ..... 211
Chapter 19 Data-Link Switching ..... 243
Chapter 20 LAN Switching ..... 259
Chapter 21 Tag Switching ..... 265
Chapter 22 Mixed-Media Bridging ..... 277
Chapter 23 Source-Route Bridging (SRB) ..... 285
Chapter 24 Transparent Bridging ..... 291
Part 5 Network Protocols
Chapter 25 AppleTalk ..... 301
Chapter 26 DECnet ..... 331
Chapter 27 IBM Systems Network Architecture (SNA) Protocols ..... 345
Chapter 28 Internet Protocols ..... 365
Chapter 29 NetWare Protocols ..... 389
Chapter 30 Open System Interconnection (OSI) Protocols ..... 399
Chapter 31 Banyan VINES ..... 411
Chapter 32 Xerox Network Systems (XNS) ..... 421
Part 6 Routing Protocols
Chapter 33 Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) ..... 431
Chapter 34 Enhanced IGRP ..... 443
Chapter 35 IBM Systems Network Architecture (SNA) Routing ..... 451
Chapter 36 Interior-Gateway Routing Protocol ..... 465
Chapter 37 Internet Protocol (IP) Multicast ..... 471
Chapter 38 NetWare Link-Services Protocol (NLSP) ..... 477
Chapter 39 Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) Routing Protocols ..... 489
Chapter 40 Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) ..... 499
Chapter 41 Resource-Reservation Protocol (RSVP) ..... 507
Chapter 42 Routing-Information Protocol (RIP) ..... 523
Chapter 43 Simple Multicast Routing Protocol (SMRP) ..... 529
Part 7 Network Management
Chapter 44 IBM Network Management ..... 545
Chapter 45 Remote Monitoring (RMON) ...
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