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Over 1300 Study Questions to help you prepare for Cisco's® CCIE™, CCNA™, and CCNP™ certification exams
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- Each question is written and reviewed by Cisco® certified networking professionals
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The CCIE Study
Guide provides practical study materials to help you prepare
for Cisco certification exams. Included are sample
questions, helpful explanations, and lab scenarios similar
to the ones you'll face during the testing process.
The 600 sample questions are modeled exactly like
those on the actual exam. Insightful explanations point out
how the correct answers are arrived at. Each question is
coded by certification track (CCNA, CCNP,
CCDA, CCDP), a great resource in preparing for
those certifications as well. The content covers all the
major areas Cisco expects you to know in order to pass your
31 Lab and Trouble-Shooting Scenarios simulate the
grueling build-break-restore scenarios you must also
complete in order to pass. No other study resource provides
help with this part of the certification process.
The companion CD-ROM lets you build your own customized
tests from the bank of 600 questions. You can organize test
questions by area of study or by Cisco certification track.
Extensive reporting features analyze test results and point
out areas that need improvement.
The CCIE Study Guide is the creation of three Cisco
certified training instructors with extensive experience
teaching Cisco training classes. Each has earned numerous
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Cisco® Internetwork Troubleshooting
Cisco® Internetwork Troubleshooting is an in-depth and
direct extension of the CIT course taught in
Cisco-approved training centers worldwide. The CIT
course is recommended training for CCNP certification
candidates. This book serves as a supplement for those who
have taken or will take the course, and as a course
replacement for networking professionals who choose not to
attend the course. Focusing on upgrading and troubleshooting
Cisco® routers, it teaches readers to perform
fundamental hardware maintenance and troubleshooting on many
different Cisco® routers. Readers will understand basic
recovery/upgrade procedures and hardware troubleshooting
common to all Cisco® routers.
|By Dan Farkas and Laura Chappell
700 pages plus CD-ROM
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Since a certain level of
knowledge is assumed, it is recommended that readers have
previously read Cisco Press's Introduction to Cisco®
Router Configuration, ISBN 1-57870-076-0. There are no books
available that can compete with the actual Cisco®
training courseware provided in this book.
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| About the authors
Dan Farkas is a General Manager for Advanced Network
Information (ANI), a high quality Cisco Learning Partner.
Through ANI Dan not only trains Cisco customers, but also
frequently trains Cisco engineers and programmers. For the
last 5 years, Dan has been teaching a variety of network
configuration, design and troubleshooting classes, including
various router, LAN switching and voice/data integration
classes. When he's not teaching or writing Dan can be found
backpacking and scuba diving around the world or catching
some great live music in San Francisco.
Laura Chappell is the senior protocol analyst for the
Network Analysis Institute, LLC. She is an established
speaker, writer, and consultant who focuses on
protocol-level communications to provide troubleshooting,
design, and optimization information throughout the world.
Laura has been providing Cisco SE/CSE training on IPX/SPX
protocol implementation, troubleshooting, and analysis since
1992 and has written numerous books and articles on a
variety of networking subjects.
| Cisco ATM Solutions
| The Cisco Career
Certifications program currently supports several
professional level Specializations, allowing candidates to
validate their mastery of LAN/ATM, network management, voice
access, security, or SNA/IP Integration. These
Specializations are available to candidates who have already
achieved CCNP-level certification, allowing them to add a
strategic technology focus to their qualifications. Cisco
recommends the CATM course as preparation for the LAN/ATM
|By Galina Pildush
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ATM Solutions provides readers with a comprehensive,
self-paced training tool, helping them prepare for the CCNP
specialization exam. Cisco has also recently integrated
coverage of ATM into the CCIE Routing and Switching exam.
This book will also be of interest to candidates preparing
for the CCIE exam, and is a practical introduction to the
complex topic of ATM technology and its application in a
Cisco environment. The extensive use of configuration
examples and lab scenarios will be attractive to anyone
searching for a comprehensive reference guide for ATM
internetworking using Cisco routers and switches.
Cisco ATM Solutions is based in part on the official Cisco
instructor-led training course, Cisco Campus ATM Solutions.
The book translates the course content into book format
while updating and enhancing the material, allowing students
to supplement their classroom experience or learn the
material through self-study. This book gives readers a basic
understanding of ATM technology and its application in LANs
and WANs. Readers learn how to configure Cisco ATM router
interfaces, LightStream 1010 ATM switches, and LAN emulation
| About the author
The author, Galina Diker Pildush,
CCIE #3176, CCSI, is the President and a Senior Consultant
at Advanced Communications Experts (ACE) Inc. She provides
training and course development for Global Knowledge Network
Inc., a leading Cisco Training partner in the world. After
earning her M.Sc. in Computer Science, she worked for
thirteen years for major world-wide corporations in the
areas of internetwork design, architecture, network
optimization, implementation and project management.
AppleTalk Pocket Guide
How much should you
know about AppleTalk protocols before attempting the Cisco
certification exams that include it as an exam objective?
This new pocket-sized networking tool
provides the foundation you need to configure and
troubleshoot well-behaved AppleTalk networks.
The author, Priscilla
Oppenheimer, CNX,CCDP, has an extensive background as a
network architect, software developer, technical instructor,
and writer of training curriculums. Her husband, Alan
Oppenheimer, was one of the creators of AppleTalk, providing
the Author with a unique perspective of the technology and
how it has evolved.
|By Priscilla Oppenheimer
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| Sample questions, similar to those found on Cisco's
certification exams are also included. Test your AppleTalk
knowledge level before attempting the actual tests.
AppleTalk Pocket Guide
A. Why Learn AppleTalk?
II. AppleTalk Architecture
A. AppleTalk Internetwork Architecture
B. AppleTalk Protocol Architecture
1. AppleTalk and the OSI Reference Model
2. Overview of AppleTalk Protocols
III. AppleTalk Addressing
A. Assigning Addresses on a Cisco Router
B. Dynamic Address Assignment
C. Discovery Mode
IV. AppleTalk Protocols in More Detail
A. AppleTalk Address Resolution Protocol
B. Datagram Delivery Protocol
C. Routing Table Maintenance Protocol
1. End-Node Routing
D. Zone Information Protocol
E. Name Binding Protocol
F. AppleTalk Update Based Routing
G. Enhanced IGRP for AppleTalk
V. Controlling AppleTalk Traffic
A. Static Routes
B. AppleTalk Access Lists
1. Filtering Cable Ranges
2. Filtering Zones
VI. Troubleshooting AppleTalk
A. Show Commands
IX. Answers and Explanations
Appendix A Sample AppleTalk Exam Questions, Answers & Explanations
| OSI Reference Model
The Open Systems
Interconnection (OSI) Reference Model is the basis for much
of modern networking. It is a layered model under which all
networking protocols and services are defined. Many
attempts at explaining OSI become too abstract and require a
very high level of network design knowledge and experience
to even begin to understand. This Pocket Guide presents a
more practical, user friendly examination of the
The author, Howard C.
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most common confusions and misconceptions associated with
the OSI Reference.
|By Howard Berkowitz
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| Sample questions (with correct answers and complete
explantions),similar to those found on Cisco's certification
exams are included in this reference. They'll help you test
your OSI knowledge level before attempting the actual
OSI Reference Model Pocket Guide
II. Standards Bodies and Networking
III. What's A Layer
IV. So Why Layer?
V. The OSI Layers
VI. Practical Layering
VII. Representative Protocols at Various Layers
1) Hierarchical Addressing
2) Hierarchical Routing in the Telephone Network
F. Data Link
VIII. Congestion and Flow Control
B. Source Quench
XI. Answers & Explanations
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Taken from the monthly postings at the Zone, these
hardcopy guides cover an individual topic from the Cisco
CCNA or CCIE exam. Each Study Guide includes:
White Paper: Written by industry experts,
explaining in detail what you should know about the topic
before attempting the actual exam.
Questions: At least 25 practice questions designed to
test your knowledge of the topic or protocol addressed by
the accompanying White Paper
Whenever appropriate, a lab scenario is included that allows
you to apply your knowledge of the Study Guide topic to a
real-world networking application.
Topics (with certification level) include:
Access Lists (CCIE)
ATM II (CCIE)
Basic Router Operation (CCNA)
Frame Relay (CCIE)
Interior Redistribution (CCIE)
IP Addressing 2nd Edition (CCNA)
LAN Switching (CCNA)
Layer 2 Switching (CCNA)
Network Management (CCNA)
Network Protocols - IPX (CCNA)
Network Security (CCNA)
OSI Reference Model 1st Ed. (CCNA)
OSI Reference Model 2nd Ed.(CCNA)
Physical Connectivity (CCNA)
Routing Principles and IOS(CCIE)
Token Ring (CCIE)
Topology and IP Addressing(CCNA)
Voice Over IP (CCIE)
WAN Protocols (CCNA)
WANs 2nd Edition (CCNA)
Each Study Guide averages 35-40 pages.
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