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CCNA: A Guide to Cisco Networking Fundamentals provides users with a basic understanding of networking technology, with a focus on network hardware. This book, the first in a two-book series, is written to complement the Cisco Networking Academy curriculum currently being implemented in high schools, career schools, and community colleges throughout the country. After reading the book and completing the exercises, the user will be prepared for Cisco Exam #640-507. Upon passing this exam, an individual achieves the first level of Cisco certification, Cisco Certified Network Associate, or CCNA.
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Kurt Hudson is a computer consultant and president of HudLogic, Inc. Hudson has earned many technical ratings, including MCSE, MCSE+I, MCT, MCSA, CCNA, CTT+, Network+, A+, and i-Net+. Hudson has contributed to over 30 commercial books and articles on computer networking and related technical certifications.Review:
"Getting down to brass tacks on Networking fundamentals is no easy task. There's just so much to learn and to assimilate. Ric Smolenki's book goes a long way to helping to introduce people to a very complex world. I can't wait to see the latest edition and use it to help my students." - Chris Ward, Sr. Technical Instructor
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Book Description Course Technology, 1999. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0619000341
Book Description Course Technology, 1999. Paperback. Condition: New. 1. Seller Inventory # DADAX0619000341