CIM Cisco Internetworking Basics (Network Simulator CD-ROM)

CIM Cisco Internetworking Basics (Network Simulator CD-ROM)

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Learn the essential basics of internetworking and supplement CCNA preparation with hands-on networking simulation exercises and interactive tutorials.Hands-on learning in a simulated networking environment Cisco best practices and expertise Anytime, anywhere self-paced learning CIM Cisco Internetworking Basics is a valuable tool for learning the basics of internetworking and preparing for CCNA certification. This software product includes detailed discussions of the IOS command line interface, TCP/IP and Cisco routing concepts, routing protocols, access lists, LAN switching, and Wide Area Network access.CIM Cisco Internetworking Basics consists of five modules, each one covering a key technology area candidates will need to pass the CCNA exam. Each module includes a brief introduction, a tutorial section, and several configuration labs that utilize the concepts being taught. Most modules also contain a challenge lab that tests your understanding of the material.CIM Cisco Internetworking Basics also includes various tips from Cisco support engineers and CCIE professionals, pop quizzes, audio and video guides, lists of supported router commands, and hyperlinked more

Product details

  • Mixed media product | 20 pages
  • 190.75 x 241.05 x 55.88mm | 362.87g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Cisco Press
  • Indianapolis, United States
  • English
  • 1587200341
  • 9781587200342

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