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How to Master CCNA R&S

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Do you want to become a network engineer? Want to pass the Cisco CCNA Routing & Switching exam?

You really don’t have to pay for expensive classroom training to get certified.

You can learn everything you need to pass the exam from the comfort of your own chair.

To help you get certified, I wrote a book that helps you understand all CCNA topics. You will also learn what labs you should do and in what order.

Take the first step to your CCNA certificate today! Get this critical book today, and discover not only how all networking protocols work but also how to configure Cisco networks yourself, how to build your own practice lab and more! So you can pass the CCNA exam on your first try.

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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
How to Master CCNA is the place to start when you’re ready to get serious about your networking career. It doesn’t matter if you are a beginner or already have some experience.  If you want to become CCNA certified I will help you pass the exam.

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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“The biggest benefit of your book is that you explain it like you are sitting next to me…you make it easy to understand all CCNA topics ”
Michael, GNS3Vault member

“Your books and labs have helped many of my students pass their CCNA and CCNP exams.  ”
William Zambrano, Cisco Instructor, Nycnetworkers.com

“The biggest benefit I got from your book is that it saved me a lot of time and frustration. It trims all the fat and unnecessary information and goes straight to explaining in a very clear and concise manner
Talal Haizoun

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Ebook (466) – Hardcopy (525)

1 review for How to Master CCNA R&S

  1. Michael Muratovic
    5 out of 5

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    Great book.. Ive watched CBT Nuggets and Trainsignal. This book felt like a combination of those two. It made it easy to take everything in. I’ve ordered switches for the in-home lab, but Cisco Packet Tracer works just as well and has all the functionality of the switches with easier setup. I wish there was a hardcopy+PDF version so I can read the PDF when i didn’t have my paperback around. I would give the book 4 1/2 stars since they’re are a few misspelled works but nothing that cant be figured out immediately.

    If you’re new to Cisco i would highly recommend getting this book, maybe even get the 4-book bundle since there’s no point in stopping at CCNA if its this easy. I enjoy reading it and learning, even though I’ve never been a reader.

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