This item has been added to your basket View basket Checkout. Your local Waterstones may have stock of this item. Seven minibooks cover all the concepts andtopics on which you'll be tested, covering the latest version ofthe exam. Each part of the exam is covered thoroughly in its own section,so you can readily find the information you want to study.
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What do you think of that book? I went straight to CCNA , with 0 "null" knowledge about networking. And its not that difficult, just need to read a lot, make notes and practice. So in my opinion I think that Cisco books are the best for beginners. It's an academic textbook, so it's fairly rigorous, but its intended audience is beginners.
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He also covers network security. What I most like about Tanenbaum is his writing style.
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He's informed, accurate and engaging. The book isn't cheap, but neither are Cisco Press books. Computer Networks 5th Edition : Andrew S. Tanenbaum, David J. Wetherall: Amazon. Thank you for that. Indeed, it isn't cheap.
But for sure, it is also a great book for beginners. Get yourself the OCG's first.
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You need to have an idea what exactly you are going to study. You're going to have to go through the books more than once. Do your first reading with the OCG and second reading or third reading with Todd Lammle's CCNA book and along with this do your research and attend to your curiosity by using google.
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Once you have an idea of what you need to know, you're going to have to dig deeper to get a solid understanding of the foundation concepts. The book "tcp ip guide" by charles m kozierok helped me to a great extent and I would recommend it. No one book is going to give you complete information.
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The most basics information that you need to know is at your disposal on google. It would be a waste spending money on getting something that covers fundamental information. I just checked the contents of Computer Networking First-Step, seems like a good book, very dramatically scripted. But IMO, get the index from that book, and google that information. He does not have a print on the new CCNA exams blueprint, but the old one's worth a read. Tcp ip guide is worth the money, it can be used as a reference material at any point of your career.
Spend wisely, there's a whole shelf that you need to fill up.