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Download this chapter on Cisco IOS to prepare for the CCNA cert

Before beginning your quest for a Cisco CCNA, you'll want to download this sample chapter from the Cisco-recommended study guide for Exam #640-507. Learn how to use the IOS interface, manipulate the configuration file, and manage IOS images.


The career path for many IT support techs often leads to the more specialized field of network administration. Along the way, many support pros will obtain a Cisco CCNA certification—a true benchmark among network administrators. To aid those who are currently studying for or considering a CCNA certification, we now offer a download of Chapter 2, "Cisco Internetwork Operating System (IOS) Fundamentals," from the book Cisco CCNA: Exam #640-507 Certification Guide.

Written by Wendell Odom, a CCIE and Certified Cisco Systems Instructor, this study guide for Cisco's CCNA Exam #640-507 is part of a recommended study program from Cisco Systems. Odom's book contains valuable information on the Cisco IOS, OSI reference model, layered communication, bridges/switches, LAN design, routing, WAN protocols, and understanding access list security.

Click here to read Chapter 2, “Cisco Internetwork Operating System (IOS) Fundamentals”—available for download through a special arrangement between TechRepublic and Cisco Press, publishers of technical information resources for computer and engineering professionals. This chapter examines the IOS, its user interface, the configuration process and configuration file, and managing IOS images—essential knowledge for passing the CCNA exam.
 

Cisco CCNA: Exam #640-507 Certification Guide
By Wendell Odom
Cisco Press

Date published: April 2000
818 pages
ISBN: 0735709718
Price: $49.95 at fatbrain.com

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