First Year Companion Guide, Revised Printing (Cisco Networking Academy)
Cisco Systems Networking Academy Program: First-Year Companion Guide, Revised Edition is a companion and supplement to the first- and second-semesters of Cisco Systems Networking Academy Program classes. This book will support and reinforce the online training materials for the Cisco Systems Network Academy Program, along with topics pertaining to CCNA certification. The first-year guide provides an in-depth discussion of the OSI reference model layers and path determination, in addition to the configuration details for IP routing and addressing, subnetting topics, and basic router configuration and operation. The instructional materials for the First-Year Companion follows the instructional style and format that Cisco has created for the Cisco Networking Academy Program. Developed with and approved by Cisco Systems, Cisco Systems Networking Academy Program: First-Year Companion Guide, Revised Printing provides information and presentation unmatchable by any other publisher.
- Mixed media product | 528 pages
- 205.74 x 233.68 x 30.48mm | 1,270.05g
- 09 May 2000
- Pearson Education (US)
- Cisco Press
- Indianapolis, United States
Table of contents
1. Computing Basics. 2. The OSI Model. 3. LANs. 4. Electronics and Signals. 5. Layer 1: Networking Media. 6. Layer 2: Data Link Layer Concepts. 7. Layer 2: Technologies. 8. Design and Documentation. 9. Structured Cabling. 10. Layer 3: Routing and Addressing. 11. Layer 3: Routing Protocols. 12. Layer 4: Focus on TCP/IP. 13. Layer 5: The Session Layer. 14. Layer 6: The Presentation Layer. 15. Layer 7: The Application Layer. 16. OSI Review. 17. LANs: Layers 1, 2, and 3. 18. Layers 4, 5, 6, and 7. 19. WANs. 20. Routing. 21. Using the Router. 22. Router Components. 23. Router Startup and Setup. 24. Router Configuration. 25. IOS. 26. TCP/IP. 27. IP Addressing. 28. Routing Protocols. Appendix: Answers to the CCNA Exam Review Questions.
About Inc. Cisco Systems
Cisco Systems, Inc., is a leading global supplier of internetworking solutions, including routers, LAN and ATM switches, dial-up access servers and network management software. This book is a collaboration of multiple authors who have developed the ultimate guide in internetworking technologies and detailing how the technologies interact. Vito Amato is the Information Technology Director at the Arizona Department of Education, where he is designing and building a state-wide network for the transmission of educational data over the World Wide Web. Vito has been involved in the planning and implementation of the Cisco Systems Networking Academy curriculum.