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by Wayne Lewis,Vito Amato

  • ISBN: 1587130033
  • Author: Wayne Lewis,Vito Amato
  • ePub ver: 1115 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1115 kb
  • Rating: 4.4 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 528
  • Publisher: Cisco Systems; Revised edition (August 2000)
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  • Category: IT
  • Subcategory: Networking & Cloud Computing
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Publisher: Cisco Systems Sep 1 1999. Cisco Networking Academy Program: Engineering Journal and Workbook, Volume I is a companion product to the Cisco Systems Networking Academy Program: First-Year Companion Guide, Revised Printing and the online curriculum. Internal SKU: N20I-00221. This book tracks to Version 2 of the online curriculum and includes a chapter on the Engineering Journal and how to establish a habit of documenting one's work. It provides study aids for each chapter including a detailed chapter introduction and objectives complete with a writing opportunity for each objective.

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Cisco Systems Networking Academy: Second-Year Companion Guide is a companion and supplement to the third and fourth semesters of Cisco Systems Networking Academy classes.

Cisco Systems Networking Academy: Second-Year Companion Guide is a companion and supplement to the third and fourth semesters of Cisco Systems Networking Academy classes. This book will support and reinforce the online training materials for the Cisco Network Academy Program.

This book will support and reinforce the online training materials for the Cisco Systems Network Academy Program, along with topics pertaining to CCNA certification.

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This book supports and reinforces the Web-based curriculum for the Cisco Networking Academy Program, while reinforcing concepts pertaining to CCNA certification.

Cisco Networking Academy Program: First-Year Companion Guide, Revised Printing, is the Cisco-approved textbook for Semesters 1 and 2 of the Cisco Networking Academy Program online curriculum. This textbook completes the online learning experience by providing easily accessible printed course material that tracks to Version 2.1 of the online curriculum. Specifically developed to help maximize the students training time both on and away from the computer. This newly revised printing includes extensive appendixes that incorporate the new topics from Version 2.1 of the online curriculum. New appendices on computer basics and network troubleshooting and expanded sections on physics, electricity, and binary and hexadecimal conversion lay the groundwork for networking comprehension with Version 2.1 of the online curriculum.
Comments (7)

Katishi
I found the content within this book is an excellent aid to the CCNA online courseware (version 2.1). Further, without this book I would be unable to study all the material offline, because courseware (version 2.1) is designed to restrict printing.
The book doesn't follow the courseware, chapter to lesson; but the order is still the same, and the contect is mostly word for word.
The Flash Card software, found on the CD, tests your knowledge, and when you fail a question the software directs you to the chapter where you need to review. This software can be downloaded for free from Cisco.
The courseware movies, also found on the CD, are the same found online. Having them on the CD reduces the time waiting for the download to complete.
The Additional content found after the chapters can aid in your training, and is not easily found anywhere within the online courseware. If you want these resources, you'll need this book.
Be warned, there is a great difference in courseware between version 1.0 and 2.0 (version 2.1 is a cleaned up and slightly modified revision of 2.0). If you are taking the version 1.0 course, this book will not follow your training as well as you might want.
Adokelv
When you want information about Windows 2000 you ask Microsoft, Netware 5 you ask Novell, with Cisco Routers and the CCNA exam you need to go to Cisco. The First year companion is the book that Cisco trains with at the Cisco Academy and this should be your book too.
The First year companion is 19 chapters starting with basic networking and the OSI model all the way through Network Management. Each chapter is detailed and well documented, yet easy enough to understand that the reading will not lose anyone.
You have figures, pictures, diagrams, tables and review questions with each chapter. You will cover topics like the seven layers of the OSI model, networking devices, ARP and RARP, topologies, TCP/IP, routing and router configuration, RIP and IGRP and the command summary.
The author does a great job in giving you as much information as possible. I think that there should have been practice questions or tests on a cd-rom included with the book; the cd included with the book is filled with videos that enhance the chapter covered in the book. Overall one of the best books I have ever reviewed.
Tejora
This book is OK but remember if you are taking the Cisco course with the workbook this is Cisco's Ver. 1.1.1.1 and it may not match any of the online chapters. It's ok for some reference but it has a great deal of errors in the Hex and Subnet Masking areas, which can drive you insane if you have no other reference, if I had it to do over I would wait for a revision or find another text. I will try and post the page numbers with the mistakes at a later time.
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JoJolar
This is an excellent introduction to networking for beginners, especially those seeking the Cisco CCNA certification. However, be advised that it is not all inclusive; it does not include all of the information one needs to know for a solid networking foundation by itself. It is intended to supplement the Cisco Networking Academy Online material.
Kigabar
The book is supposed to be a companion guide to the Networking Academy Curriculum but you have to follow along with a chart to figure out which chapters in the book go with which chapters in the curriculum. The book needs re-organization.
Wenyost
This book was not what I expected from a Cicso Press book. For one thing... the gloassary in the back of the book is missing too many definitions to be anything effective. Cisco also decided not to include any of its graphics that you find in their accedemy web-site into the book. Also, the chapters in the book do not corespond with the chapters on-line, which made it confusing for me when it came time to take the chapter 2 quiz. I've only used this book maybe twice through-out the semester. You don't even need this book!!!
Sagda
This book was published in May-2000 and has 500+ pages compared to the Cisco Networking Academy's latest May-2001 book recommended by Cisco which was pubished and has 900+pages. Topics like subnetting are not covered in depth in this book. Overall OK but for more value for the money I would recommed Cisco Networking Academy with ISBN: 1587130254

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