Chapters in This CCNA Book
- Lab Equipment
- Basics of Networking
- The OSI-Model
- The Network Layer: IP Protocol
- The Transport Layer: TCP and UDP
- Ethernet: Dominating your LAN for over 30 years
- Introduction to Cisco IOS
- Hubs, Bridges and Switches
- Virtual LANs (VLANs), Trunks and VTP
- Etherchannel (Link Aggregation)
- Spanning-Tree (STP)
- Binary, Subnetting and Summarization
- IP Routing
- FHRP (First Hop Redundancy Protocols)
- Distance Vector Routing Protocols
- OSPF – Link-state Routing Protocol
- EIGRP – Cisco’s Hybrid Routing Protocol
- Security: Keeping the bad guys out
- Network and Port Address Translation (NAT & PAT)
- Wide Area Networks
- Introduction to IPv6
- IPv6 NPD and Host Configuration
- IPv6 Routing
- Virtual Private Networks
- Network Management
- IOS Licensing
- Final Thoughts
Read This Book to Answer Questions Like…
What routers and switches should I buy for my home lab?
What is the difference between routers and switches?
How do I configure a Cisco router or switch?
How does a router decide where to send traffic to?
What is the difference between IPv4 and IPv6 and why do I care?
How can I memorize all this information I need to know for CCNA?
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