CIM CCIE Expert Labs, Multiprotocol Challenge (Network Simulator CD-ROM)

CIM CCIE Expert Labs, Multiprotocol Challenge (Network Simulator CD-ROM)

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Practice network protocol configuration while preparing for the CCIE lab exam with simulation exercises from Cisco Systems--in the only network simulation product that helps you prepare for the CCIE lab exam.CIM Expert Labs: Multiprotocol Challenge presents you with a virtual lab environment where you can practice and master advanced-level networking skills. This network simulation software is a hands-on practice tool enabling network engineers to maximize the performance of their Cisco networks, build their knowledge of the appropriate use of networking technologies, and prepare for the CCIE lab exam. Several protocols and services are presented for you to work with, including AppleTalk, IPX, ATM, DLSw+, ISDN, NAT, VLANs, and access lists. Helpful video guides, network diagrams, lists of supported router commands, and a "check your work" feature are provided to aid in the completion of the lab exercises. Selected excerpts from several Cisco Press titles, including CCIE Fundamentals: Network Design and Case Studies, Second Edition, teach you Cisco-recommended designs.The only network simulation product to help users prepare for the CCIE exam. Hands-on learning in a robust, self-paced, virtual network environment. Offers access to Cisco expertise and best practices learned from thousands of actual customer cases.
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Product details

  • Mixed media product | 20 pages
  • 194.31 x 246.13 x 57.91mm | 353.8g
  • Cisco Press
  • Indianapolis, United States
  • English
  • 158720035X
  • 9781587200359

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