CCNA Routing & Switching Study Guide Cover & Inside
This CCNA Routing & Switching Study Guide is a comprehensive self-study system. It has been developed to help you pass the CCNA exams. The Study Guide is a step-by-step, self-paced guide that takes you all the way from preparing for the exam through to passing it. The Study Guide takes you through the topics that you need to know for each exam. You can follow the Study Guide without referring to any other study materials, but the Exam Simulator software that is part of this study system can also help prepare you for taking the Cisco exams.
The Study Guide is available in PDF format and as Adobe Acrobat Reader’s Portable Document Format (PDF) eBook (.pdf) files. Both are available from www.ciscocertification.org . The PDF files can be downloaded and viewed on your computers desktop. The PDF files are also accessible by Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on any Windows, Macintosh, or Unix/Linux computer.
(210 pages) CCNA Routing & Switching Study Guide Cover & Inside
CCNA Routing & Switching Study Guide Cover Title Page (2 pages)
The print version of the CCNA Routing and Switching: Official Certification Guide, Third Edition is also available from Cisco Press. The CCNA Routing & Switching: Official Certification Guide, Third Edition is a comprehensive review and self-study tool that provides preparation for the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Routing and Switching exams.
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CCNA Self Study Guide: Exam 200-120 has the information you need to pass the CCNA exam, but is also a valuable reference for network administrators and entry-level network engineers. The guide contains all the information presented in the CCNA ICND1 and ICND2 training course by Cisco®. After reading, you’ll be able to:
1. Know how to install and configure Cisco routers and switches.
2. Configure basic router interfaces, including routing protocols and access lists.
3. Manage Cisco routers through configuration tasks such as IP address management and hostname configuration.
4. Configure network services, including DNS, DHCP, TFTP, SMTP, HTTP and FTP services on a single or multiple devices in the network.
5. Troubleshoot Cisco routers, including the configuration file and connectivity, and the router boot process.
6. Configure security services on Cisco routers, including router authentication using passwords or digital certificates, IPsec and IOS Firewall configuration.
7. Describe how to implement a first hop redundancy protocol such as HSRP and VRRP, to troubleshoot basic Layer 2 and 3 connectivity issues effectively.
8. Describe basic network architecture and operation.
9. Describe Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) technology, including dial-up access, modem connection and ISDN terminal adapter configuration.
10. Describe packet switching technologies, including Internet Protocol (IP), Open System Interconnection (OSI) model and the modern Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4).
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The CCNA R&S 200-120 exams are without a doubt the most important tests you can take as a network professional. They represent a rite of passage, so to speak, that signifies that you’ve reached a certain level of knowledge and skill. Likewise, they’re required for anyone who wants to be formally recognized as having achieved the status of Cisco Certified Network Associate.
Gordon McLean, CCIE #3324 and author of the study guide “CCNA Routing and Switching Study Guide” writes: “These exams are for people who want to jump ahead in their careers as a Cisco Certified Network Associate.” [The other two exams, CCNA R&S 250-101, and CCNA 250-120 are optional.]
For many people (including me, who took these exams some years ago), the 200-120 tests were an easy pass. For others, they were a real challenge.
But we shouldn’t be too hard on ourselves — whatever our particular experience. The Cisco certification exams are a very good gauge of one’s understanding of the Cisco CCNA curriculum. If you pass all three tests, you’ll have demonstrated that you have learned and retained at least that much material as determined by the examiners at Cisco. And you’re done with the CCNA exams.