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by Robert N. Myhre

ePub CCNA 2.0 Certification: Routing Basics for Cisco Certified Network Associates Exam 640-507 download
Author:
Robert N. Myhre
ISBN13:
978-0130903082
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0130903086
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Prentice Hall Ptr; Subsequent edition (November 2000)
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In the implementation of secure network management, what are two services or functions of the management plane of a Cisco router that should be configured? (Choose tw.

In the implementation of secure network management, what are two services or functions of the management plane of a Cisco router that should be configured? (Choose tw.

With hundreds of practice questions and hands-on exercises, CCNA Cisco Certified Network . Covers all CCNA exam topics, including

With hundreds of practice questions and hands-on exercises, CCNA Cisco Certified Network Associate Study Guide covers what you need to know-and shows you how to prepare-for this challenging exam. 100% complete coverage of all official objectives for exam 640-802. Exam Readiness Checklist at the front and back of the book-you're ready for the exam when all objectives on the list are checked off. Inside the Exam sections in every chapter highlight key exam topics covered. Simulated exam questions match the format, tone, topics, and difficulty of the real exam. Covers all CCNA exam topics, including

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I recommend this book for future CCNAs and as an everyday technical reference. I bought Robert Myhre's CCNA Certification book and a Cisco 2501 Router on February 1, 2000

I recommend this book for future CCNAs and as an everyday technical reference. The best book i have seen! Published by Thriftbooks. I bought Robert Myhre's CCNA Certification book and a Cisco 2501 Router on February 1, 2000. Prior to that date I had no working knowledge of Cisco routers and very little knowledge of networking in gereral.

If you have started working toward CCNA Routing and Switching certification, keep going

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Robert Myhre covers every exam objective, presenting extensive labs and scenarios that deliver real, hands-on practice.

The current CCNA 1.0 exam is being retired on July 31, 2000: CCNA candidates are demanding books that cover the new CCNA 2.0 exam. In CCNA 2.0 Certification, one of the world's leading Cisco trainers covers everything exam candidates need to know to pass the new exam -- and succeed as Cisco networking professionals. This update of the best-selling First Edition includes extensive new coverage of Virtual LANs, the Cisco Catalyst Switch, and other topics demanded by the new CCNA 2.0 exam. Coverage also includes: the fundamentals of networking and the OSl model; Cisco routers, switches, repeaters, and bridges; TCP/IP addressing and subnetting; the fundamentals of routing and dynamic routing; Cisco router boot methods; IPX/SPX configuration; TCP/IP and IPX/SPX access lists; WAN technologies; debugging, and more. This new Second Edition also contains more lab exercises, more multiple-choice questions, and a new CD-ROM containing powerful software for monitoring Cisco networks.
  • One of the first books I ever reviewed on CCNA was by Robert Myhre and it was one of the best. When the second edition was published it was high on my list to review and find out if things got better and get what - they did.
    Myhre has once again taken the crux of the CCNA exam and put together a book that begins with the OSI model goes on to LAN Technologies and then the Cisco Hardware. Each chapter is updated and detailed for the newest exam and each chapter is complete. Providing the best breakdown of TCP/IP, addressing and sub netting Myhre once again shows why he has become a respected author on the subject matter. Myhre covers static and dynamic routing giving you an excellent look into both worlds without making the material dry.
    Also covered are access lists, WAN Technologies, Router hardware and 1900-switch breakdown. Excellent screenshots compliment and already great book. Included are labs to practice and questions to review the material covered in each chapter.
    The cd-rom has several utilities and router tools, however no practice test questions are included. Overall this is a minor drawback and in no way detracts from the overall great value you have.

  • This beats out any of the books (3) I've read about the subject. This book coupled with ICND from Cisco and some practice with a couple of real routers or simulated should definitely be enough. It was very easy reading - yet informative. Subnetting can be nasty but this guy makes it easy in my opinion. I passed the exam with flying colors as a result. I've lent the book out on three occasions and everyone was happy with it compared to other books out there. I think the secret is that it actually teaches you as opposed to memorizing what may be on the test. I hope this guy writes for advanced exams.
    Good luck
    Bob/CCNA

  • I'm the third person to post a review on this book. The first person said he hasn't read the book but the instructor was great in a classroom. And he posted a review on the book?
    I have no doubt the author is a great instructor, however, the errors in this book may not be his fault at all. I understand mistakes will be made in printing, but there were mistakes in the PRACTICE TESTS ANSWERS! Mistakes IN the answers and then in spellings. There are many mistakes throughout the book that will hopefully be corrected when the next edition is published. I'm glad I understood some of these concepts before I read this book. Otherwise I'd be going into the CCNA Exam with the wrong knowledge. Again, I'm not taking digs at the author, but the book has too many mistakes printed in it in the wrong places! (un hem.....the practice test answers)
    Also, I was hoping the CD was going to be an interactive test prep software. I was WRONG! It's only a Network Management Program. Why would anyone want one of these when they are PREPARING for a CCNA exam. The book would have been worth the money if it was a test prep CD.
    Last thing, the Labs and Scenario's.....were we supposed to buy our own Routers to participate in these labs? How was one supposed to do the labs if we don't own routers, switches, cables, etc.....am I expecting too much from this book? For(this much)...I think not. If I'm not being fair...please someone...let me know. Give me another point of view! I don't think this edition is worth the money. If the included CD was something that would help for test preparations....then it might be worth the price.

  • This is an EXCELLENT practical book for the CCNA 2 exams.
    If there were a LAB EXAM on the CCNA 2 test, this book would be in the same category as that by Andrew Bruce Caslow for the CCIE Lab.
    It is the only CCNA book I have come across that TRULY gives you the hands-on experience that you need on the job whilst preparing you for the CCNA exams.
    It adopts the same approach recommended by Andrew Bruce Caslow, the author of the best-selling CCIE lab book - "Cisco Certification - Bridges, Routers, and Switchees For CCIE's" (Prentice Hall), through a THOROUGH and SYSTEMATIC APPROACH to configuring and troubleshooting Cisco devices, thereby helping you to understand the practical aspects of what you are learning.
    This book would definitely make you feel as though you are in the workplace in view of the many PRACTICAL LAB SCENARIOS introduced in Chapter 5 and gradually built up through to 14. It is also packed full of robust diagrams that help you the learning process.
    In my view, this is the BEST CCNA 2 book out there. A SUPERB book for those willing to put their Cisco skills into practice without simply cramming to pass the exams.
    Well done Mr Myhre.

  • Ok here is the skinny, I did notice the errors in the book, some of the explanations I had to read over and over as well as check online sources ...This is the recommended procedure for doing anything, I feel for those who read books and expect authoritative definitions. Anyways I picked up this book with no knowledge of Cisco Infrastructure----thats right zippo, I work at a Helpdesk position reccomending products including cisco. This book in a month helped me get a 924 on the CCNA exam. In fact I thought the exam was rather simple. The book was easy reading and I never fell asleep once, unlike tood lammelle's books. So this is the answer, if you want CCNA read this book. Has some errors but that shouldn't hinder your progress any. I WILL be purchasing the BCSN by Mr. Myhre.

  • While I have not read this particular book, I took the Cisco BSCN course taught by Robert Myhre. He is easily one of the best technical instructors I have ever had. If he writes anywhere near as well as he teaches, you can't go wrong with his books.