CCNA 1 and 2

CCNA 1 and 2 : Companion Guide

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For use within the Cisco Networking Academy Program, CCNA (Semesters 1 and 2) program of study. The Networking Academy curriculum developing team is completing a major revision of the Web-based CCNA course (version 3.0) to be available in the late spring/early summer 2003. All Networking Academies schools will be required to move to this new version of the CCNA curriculum by January 2004. The severity of the course revision and the January 2004 requirement will help to increase the version 3.0 transition rate. The third edition of all the Cisco Press texts are being developed to mirror these changes and enhancements. Cisco Networking Academy Program CCNA 1 and 2 Companion Guide, Third Edition is a companion and supplement to the Cisco Networking Academy Programs CCNA 1 and 2 classes. This book supports the Web-based curriculum and reinforces concepts and topics pertaining to CCNA certification. The Companion Guide will contain additional chapters not found within the online curriculum with more extensive coverage on subnetting as well as VLSM and network address translation (NAT).Furthermore, the Companion Guide provides and in-depth discussion of the OSI reference model layers and path determination, in addition to the configuration details for IP routing and addressing, and basic router configuration and operation. The textbooks approach follows the instructional style and format that Cisco has created for the Cisco Networking Academy Program while adding pedagogy to strengthen the students learning experience. Developed with and approved by Cisco Systems, Cisco Networking Academy Program CCNA 1 and 2 Companion Guide, Third Edition provides information and presentation unmatchable by any other publisher.show more

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  • Mixed media product | 1120 pages
  • 213.4 x 241.3 x 58.4mm | 2,358.71g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Cisco Press
  • Indianapolis, United States
  • Revised
  • 3rd Revised edition
  • indexes
  • 1587131102
  • 9781587131103

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The authors are the developers of the Web-based Curriculum for the Cisco Networking Academy Program. The developers and authors of this book have extensive teaching backgrounds and are experts in the online learning environment.show more

Table of contents

Foreword. Introduction. I. CCNA 1: NETWORKING BASICS. 1. Introduction to Networking. The Fundamentals of Internet Connectivity. PC Basics. Overview of High-Speed and Dialup Connectivity. TCP/IP Configuration. Testing Connectivity with Ping. Web Browsers and Plug-Ins. Other Common Computer Applications. Binary Numbers. Bits, Bytes, and Measurement Terms. Summary. Key Terms. Check Your Understanding. 2. Networking Fundamentals. Networking Terminology. Digital Bandwidth. Analogies That Describe Digital Bandwidth. Networking Models. Network Topologies. Summary. Key Terms. Check Your Understanding. 3. Networking Media. Electricity Basics. Measuring Electricity. Copper Media. Optical Media. Wireless Communications. Wireless Networking. Summary. Key Terms. Check Your Understanding. 4. Cable Testing and Cabling LANs and WANs. Background for Studying Frequency-Based Cable Testing. Viewing Signals in Time and Frequency. Noise in Time and Frequency. Analog and Digital Bandwidth. Signals and Noise on Networking Media. Other Test Parameters. Cabling the LANs. LAN Connection Devices. Workstation and Server Relationships. Cabling the WAN. Summary. Key Terms. Check Your Understanding. 5. Ethernet Fundamentals. History and Evolution of Ethernet. Ethernet Operation. Collision Domains and Broadcast Domains. Summary. Key Terms. Check Your Understanding. 6. Ethernet Technologies and Ethernet Switching. 10-Mbps and 100-Mbps Ethernet. Gigabit, 10-Gb, and Future Ethernet. Ethernet Switching. Summary. Key Terms. Check Your Understanding. 7. TCP/IP Protocol Suite and IP Addressing. Introduction to TCP/IP. IP Addresses. IP Address Assignment, Acquisition, and Hierarchy. Summary. Key Terms. Review Questions. 8. Routing Fundamentals and Subnets. Routed, Routable, and Routing Protocols. The Mechanics of Subnetting. Summary. Key Terms. Check Your Understanding. 9. TCP/IP Transport and Application Layer. Understanding the TCP/IP Transport Layer. Windowing. TCP/IP Application Layer. Summary. Key Terms. Check Your Understanding. II. CCNA 2: ROUTERS AND ROUTING BASICS. 10. WANs and Routers. WAN Characteristics. WAN Routers. Summary. Key Terms. Check Your Understanding. 11. Router Fundamentals. Router Boot Sequence and Setup Mode. Establishing a HyperTerminal Session. Logging into the Router. Cisco IOS Software Editing Commands. Router Command History. Cisco IOS Software Fundamentals. Troubleshooting Cisco IOS Software. Summary. Key Terms. Check Your Understanding. 12. Router Configuration. Command-Line Interface Command Modes. Configuring a Router Name. Configuring and Protecting Router Passwords. Examining the show Commands. Configuring a Serial Interface. Configuring an Ethernet Interface. Executing Changes to the Router. Finishing the Configuration. Password Recovery. Summary. Key Terms. Check Your Understanding. 13. Learning About Neighboring and Remote Devices. Introduction to CDP. Getting Information About Remote Devices. Summary. Key Terms. Check Your Understanding. 14. Managing Cisco IOS Software. Stages of the Router Power-On/Boot Sequence. Locating and Loading Cisco IOS Software. Managing Cisco IOS Software Images. Summary. Key Terms. Check Your Understanding. 15. Routing and Routing Protocols. Routing Basics. Static Routing. Dynamic Routing Overview. Identifying the Classes of Routing Protocols. Configuring a Router to Use Routing Protocols. Autonomous Systems and IGP vs. EGP. Summary. Key Terms. Check Your Understanding. 16. Distance Vector Routing Protocols. Initial Router Configuration. Distance Vector Routing. Examining the Routing Table. RIP Features. IGRP. Summary. Key Terms. Check Your Understanding. 17. TCP/IP Error and Control Messages. Functionality and Role of IP in Error Control. ICMP. TCP/IP Suite Control Messages. Congestion and Flow-Control Messages. Summary. Key Terms. Check Your Understanding. 18. Basic Router Troubleshooting. Introduction to Network Testing. Troubleshooting Router Issues Using the show interface and show interfaces Commands. Troubleshooting Routing Issues Using the show cdp neighbors Command. Troubleshooting Routing Issues Using show ip route and show ip protocol. Troubleshooting Router Connections Using the show controllers serial Command. Introduction to debug. Summary. Key Terms. Check Your Understanding. 19. Intermediate TCP. The TCP/IP Protocol Suite. Overview of Transport Layer Ports. TCP/IP and the Internet Layer. Summary. Key Terms. Check Your Understanding. 20. Access Control Lists. ACL Overview. Why Create ACLs? Creating an ACL: Why Order Matters. Using ACLs. How ACLs Work. ACL Configuration Tasks. Assigning a Unique Number to Each ACL. Using Wildcard Mask Bits. Standard ACLs. Extended ACLs. Named ACLs. Placing ACLs. Firewalls. Restricting Virtual Terminal Access. Verifying ACLs. Summary. Key Terms. Check Your Understanding. III. APPENDIXES. Appendix A. Structured Cabling. Mounting Jacks in Drywall. Mounting Jacks in Plaster. Mounting Jacks in Wood. Flush-Mounting a Jack in a Wall. Pulling Cable to the Jacks. Fishing Cable from Below a Wall. Appendix B. Glossary of Key Terms. Appendix C. Check Your Understanding Answer Key. Index.show more

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