What a CCNA Should Really Know

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What a CCNA Should Really Know is geared toward the CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate). Some of the best features of the book include the coverage of difficult subjects in a step-by-step manner, good graphics to illustrate concepts, reinforcement questions, hands-on exercises in each chapter, and it is written by two teachers (who understand the value of such a book in this field). The book is for CCNAs who are looking to learn practical skills needed in the job market. ...
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Overview

What a CCNA Should Really Know is geared toward the CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate). Some of the best features of the book include the coverage of difficult subjects in a step-by-step manner, good graphics to illustrate concepts, reinforcement questions, hands-on exercises in each chapter, and it is written by two teachers (who understand the value of such a book in this field). The book is for CCNAs who are looking to learn practical skills needed in the job market.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781576761205
  • Publisher: Addison Wesley
  • Publication date: 9/28/2002
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 288
  • Product dimensions: 8.54 (w) x 10.96 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Table of Contents


Chapter 1: Basic Routing
Objectives and Conventions
Quiz–Identifying OSI Layers, PDUs, and Devices at Layers 1 Through 3
Quiz–Identifying Network Symbols
Quiz–Binary-to-Decimal and Decimal-to-Binary Conversion
Quiz–Binary, Decimal, and Hexadecimal Conversions
Quiz–dentifying Private Addresses
Quiz–Subnetting
Quiz–Identifying Valid Hosts and Subnets
Quiz–Major Subnet Discussion

A Bit of Math Perspective
Physical Topology
Basic Router Configuration #1
Basic Router Configuration #2Useful Commands
Basic Router Configuration #3Passwords, Telnet, and HTTP
Router Password Recovery
ConfigMaker
TFTP
Static Routes
Default Routes
Understanding the RIP Routing Table #1
Understanding the RIP Routing Table #2
Using the Show CDP Neighbor Command
Router IOS Loading and Recovery
Chapter 2: Switching/VLANs
Objectives and Conventions
Introduction to the 1900/2800 Switch (CLI, Menu, and Web-Based)
Understanding Spanning Tree Protocol
1900/2800 Switch Password Recovery
VLANs on the 1900/2800 Switch (CLI and Menu)
1900/2800 Switch VLAN Trunking (CLI and Menu)2-24
Introduction to the 2900 Switch (CLI and Web-Based)
VLANs and Trunking on the 2900 Switch
Introduction to VTP (VLAN Trunking Protocol) (1900/2800/2900 CLI
and 1900/2800 Menu)
Introduction to VTP RevisionsChapter 3: Advanced Routing
Objectives and Conventions
Wildcard Mask Review
Standard IP Access List
Introduction to Extended IP Access Lists
Protecting VTY Ports with an Access List
UnusualStandard Access List Processing
RIP Version 2 and Subnet Zero
RIP Version 2 Routing Table With Subnets
Chapter 4: WANs
Objectives and Conventions
Introduction to Frame Relay
Introduction to Frame Relay Subinterfaces
PPP (Point-to-Point Protocol)
Introduction to ISDN
Chapter 5: Case Studies
Objectives and Conventions
Case Study #1–Physical Configuration
Case Study #2–Basic Configuration A
Case Study #3–Basic Configuration B
Case Study #4–ISP Default-Static-Dynamic Network
Case Study #5–VLANs
Case Study #6–Routing Between VLANs
Case Study #7–Access Control Lists
Case Study #8–Final Accumulative Network Design and Implementation

Appendix A: Answers
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