How to Master CCNA

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"Your book was the key for passing the CCNA exam!"

 

 

* 100% up-to-date for the 2013 CCNA 100-101, 200-101 or 200-120 exams *

Hi my name is René Molenaar, creator of GNS3Vault and I'd like to share with you how you can study for CCNA all by yourself.

Most people believe that if you want to become CCNA certified that you should pay for expensive classroom training, read long boring books and buy expensive hardware like routers and switches. To help you out I decided to create GNS3Vault and offer free "labs" to learn Cisco networking.

The problem with labs however is that you need to understand the protocols on our routers/switches and why/when you need to type in certain commands. To help you understand with this problem I decided to create my ebook "How to Master CCNA".

In my book you will learn:

  • How all the protocols work that you need to know for CCNA. You'll learn about switches, routers. Topics like VLANs, Trunks, Spanning-Tree and routing protocols like RIP, OSPF and EIGRP.
  • I'll show you the best method to memorize all this information. There is a lot of stuff you need to understand + remember so having a good study method is important.
  • How you can use GNS3 to emulate the routers and what switches you should buy to build your own home lab.

I have written it so it's easy to read for everyone, even if you are completely new to networking. It's like I am sitting next to you explaining everything in person.

I'm confident that my book will help you pass the CCNA exam and jump-start your career in networking.

Click on the "add to cart" button and let me give you the answers you have been looking for. I'm looking forward to help you master the CCNA exam! Just click on the button below to get your own copy of How to Master CCNA!

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 I guarantee you’ll learn everything you need to know to become a certified CCNA expert, and excel on your CCNA exams.

That’s a promise, from me to you.

Sincerely,
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René.