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Cisco CCNA Exam #640-607 Certification Guide, 3rd Edition

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  • Aligned to CCNA #640-607 exam objectives.
    • Prepares students for exam.

  • Simulation Based Questions.
    • Emulates new testing environment and test hands-on networking skills.

  • CD-ROM Testing Engine and Chapter-ending quizzes.
    • Provides students with feedback on areas requiring further study.

  • Hands-on Lab Exercises.
    • Develops student's ability to apply concepts in real-world setting, improving concept comprehension.

  • Learning beyond CCNA #640-607 Objectives.
    • Grows for future learning of networking with “Extra Credit” sections that develop related learning beyond CCNA Exam objectives.

  • Only Cisco Systems-approved materials of its kind.
    • Allows students to gain knowledge from the source of the exams, courses and technology of the CCNA exam.

  • Copyright 2002
  • Dimensions: 7-3/8" x 9-1/8"
  • Pages: 1056
  • Edition: 3rd
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  • ISBN-10: 1-58720-055-4
  • ISBN-13: 978-1-58720-055-7

The official study guide for CCNA exam #640-607 with new exam format practice questions

Coverage of all CCNA exam topics enables you to discover and fill any gaps in your knowledge before the exam date. You'll learn about:

  • Internetworking functions of each layer of the OSI reference model and how they are performed in network devices
  • Functionality of Cisco IOS(r) Software and TCP/IP and IPX network protocols
  • Segmentation of networks using routers, switches, and bridges
  • Use and configuration of Catalyst(r) switches, Spanning-Tree Protocol (STP), and virtual LANs (VLANs)
  • Concepts behind RIP and IGRP and how to add routing protocols to a configuration
  • Configuration, monitoring, and verification of standard and extended IP and IPX access lists
  • Frame Relay and ISDN concepts and configuration

Although it's the first step in the Cisco Career Certifications, the CCNA exam is a difficult test. The recent additions of performance-based questions have made it even more challenging. Your first attempt at becoming Cisco certified requires a lot of study and confidence in your networking knowledge. When you're ready to test your skills, complete your knowledge of exam topics, and prepare for exam day, you need the preparation tools found in Cisco CCNA Exam #640-607 Certification Guide from Cisco Press.

Completely revised by CCIE(r) and certified Cisco Systems instructor Wendell Odom, Cisco CCNA Exam #640-607 Certification Guide is a comprehensive study tool for the CCNA exam. Updated with new content and features to make it easier to read and reference, this book helps you understand and master the material you will need to know to pass the exam. The instructor-developed elements and techniques enable you to maximize your retention of exam topics. "Do I Know This Already?" quizzes open each chapter and allow you to decide how much time you need to spend on each section. Exam topic lists and Foundation Summary tables and figures make referencing easy and give you a quick refresher whenever you need it. Challenging chapter-ending review questions and scenario exercises help you assess your knowledge and reinforce key concepts.

This edition of the book includes special features in both the text and CD-ROM to help you prepare for the new simulation-based questions you will encounter on the exam. These new simulation-based questions are designed to test your hands-on skills. A chapter of lab scenarios allows you to practice applying your knowledge on home-, work, or remote access-based labs. In addition to these exercises, the robust exam engine on the CD-ROM includes the new question types so that you can assess your ability to handle this new challenge. The CD-ROM's test engine includes powerful features that enable you to take practice exams that mimic the real testing environment, focus on particular topic areas, track your progress, and refer to electronic text to review concepts.

Cisco CCNA Exam #640-607 Certification Guide is part of a recommended learning path from Cisco Systems that can include simulation and hands-on training from authorized Cisco Learning Partners and self-study products from Cisco Press. To find out more about instructor-led training, e-learning, and hands-on instruction offered by authorized Cisco Learning Partners worldwide, please visit www.cisco.com/go/authorizedtraining.

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Table of Contents



1. All About the Cisco Certified Network Associate Certification.

Overview of Cisco Certifications. What's on the CCNA Exam. Cross-Reference Between Exam Topics and Book Chapters. Cross-Reference Between Chapter and Exam Topics. Recommended Training Paths for CCNA. How to Use This Book to Pass the Exam. Conclusion.



2. Cisco IOS Software Fundamentals.

How to Best Use This Chapter. <192>Do I Know This Already?<192>. The Cisco IOS Software Command-Line Interface. Configuring Cisco IOS Software. Upgrading Cisco IOS Software and the Cisco IOS Software Boot Process. Scenario 2-1. Scenario 2-2. Scenario 2-1 Answers. Scenario 2-2 Answers.



3. OSI Reference Model and Layered Communication.

How to Best Use This Chapter. <192>Do I Know This Already<192> Quiz. OSI: Cocepts, Layers, and Encapsulation. OSI Transport Layer Functions. OSI Data Link Layer Functions. OSI Network Layer Functions. Scenario 3-1.



4. LANs, Bridges, and Switches.

How to Best Use This Chapter. <192>Do I know This Already?<192> Quiz. LAN Overview. LAN Switch Configuration. Scenario 4-1: LAN Switch Configuration. Scenario 4-1: LAN Switch Configuration. Scenario 4-2: LAN Switch Concepts. Answers to Scenario 4-1: LAN Switch Configuration. Answers to Scenario 4-2: LAN Switch Concepts.



5. Intermediate LANs: Spanning Tree, VLANs, and Trunking.

How to Best Use This Chapter. <192>Do I Know This Already?<192> Quiz. Spanning-Tree Protocol. Virtual LANs. VLAN and Trunking Configuration. Scenario 5-1: LAN Switch Configuration. Answers to Scenario 5-1: LAN Switch Configuration.



6. TCP/IP and IP Routing.

How to Best Use This Chapter. <192>Do I Know This Already?<192> Quiz. TCP/IP Protocols. IP Addressing and Subnetting. IP Configuration. Scenario 6-1: IP Addressing and Subnet Calculation. Scenario 6-2: IP Subnet Design with a Class B Network. Scenario 6-3: IP Subnet Design with a Class C Network. Answers to Scenario 6-1: IP Addressing and Subnet Calculation. Answers to Scenario 6-2: IP Subnet Design with a Class B Network. Answers to Scenario 6-3: IP Subnet Design with a Class C Network.



7. Routing and Routing Protocols.

How to Best Use This Chapter. <192>Do I Know This Already?<192> Quiz. Distance Vector Routing Protocols. Configuring RIP and IGRP. Scenario 7-1: IP Configuration 1. Scenario 7-2: IP Configuration 2. Scenario 7-3: IP Addressing and Subnet Derivation. Answers to Scenario 7-1: IP Configuration 1. Answers to Scenario 7-2: IP Configuration 2. Answers to Scenario 7-3: IP Addressing and Subnet Derivation.



8. Understanding Access List Security.

How to Best Use This Chapter. <192>Do I Know This Already?<192> Quiz. Standard IP Access Lists. Extended IP Access Lists. Named IP Access Lists. Scenario 8-1: IP Filtering Sample 1. Scenario 8-2: IP Filtering Sample 2. Answers to Scenario 8-3: IP Filtering Sample 3. Exam Topics in This Chapter.



9. WAN Protocols and Design.

How to Best Use This Chapter. <192>Do I Know This Already?<192> Quiz. Point-to-Point Leased Lines. ISDN Protocols and Design. Typical ISDN Configurations. Comparison of WAN Options. Scenario 9-1: Point-to-Point Verification. Scenario 9-2: Point-to-Point Configuration. Answers to Scenario 9-1: Point-to-Point Verification. Answers to Scenario 9-2: Point-to-Point Configuration.



10. Frame Relay Concepts and Configuration.

How to Best Use This Chapter. <192>Do I Know This Already?<192> Quiz. Frame Relay Protocols. Frame Relay Configuration. Scenario 10-1: Frame Relay Verification. Scenario 10-2: Frame Relay Configuration. Scenario 10-3: Frame Relay Configuration Dissection. Answers to Scenario 10-1: Frame Relay Verification. Answers to Scenario 10-2: Frame Relay Configuration. Answers to Scenario 10-3: Frame Relay Configuration Dissection.



11. Novell IPX.

How to Best Use This Chapter. <192>Do I Know Thisw Already?<192> Quiz. Novell IPX Concepts. IPX Configuration. Filtering IPX Traffic and SAPs. Scenario 11-1: IPX Examination. Scenario 11-2: IPX Configuration. Scenario 11-3: IPX Filtering. Answers to Scenario 11-1: IPX Examination. Answers to Scenario 11-2: IPX Configuration. Answers to Scenario 11-4: IPX Filtering.



12. Scenarios for Final Preparation.

How to Best Use This Chapter. Scenario 12-1. Scenario 12-2. Scenario 12-3.



13. Hands-on Lab Exercises.

Options for Gaining Hands-on Skills. About the Labs in This Chapter. Equipment List. List of Labs. Lab 1: Router Command-Line Interface Familiarization. Lab 2: 1900 Series Switch Command-Line Interface Familiarization. Lab 3: 1900 Series Switch VLANs, Trunks, and Spanning Tree. Lab 4: Basic Router IP Configuration and Management Navigation. Lab 5: IP Routing Configuration. Lab 6: IP Access List Configuration. Lab 7: WAN Configuration. Lab 8: Novell IPX Configuration.



Appendix A. Answers to the "Do I Know This Already?" Quizzes and Q&A Sections.

Answers to the Chapter 2 <192>Do I Know This Already?<192> Quiz. Answers to the Chapter 2 Q&A Section. Answers to the Chapter 3 <192>Do I Know This Already?<192> Quiz. Answers to the Chapter 3 Q&A Section. Answers to the Chapter 4 <192>Do I Know This Already?<192> Quiz. Answers to the Chapter 4 Q&A Section. Answers to the Chapter 5 <192>Do I Know This Already?<192> Quiz. Answers to the Chapter 5 Q&A Section. Answers to the Chapter 6 <192>Do I Know This Already?<192> Quiz. Answers to the Chapter 6 Q&A Section. Answers to the Chapter 7 <192>Do I Know This Already?<192> Quiz. Answers to the Chapter 7 Q&A Section. Answers to Chapter 8 <192>Do I Know This Already?<192> Quiz. Answers to the Chapter 8 Q&A Section. Answers to the Chapter 9 <192>Do I Know This Already?<192> Quiz. Answers to the Chapter 9 Q&A Section. Answers to the Chapter 10 <192>Do I Know This Already?<192> Quiz. Answers to the Chapter 10 Q&A Section. Answers to the Chapter 11 <192>Do I Know This Already?<192> Quiz. Answers to the Chapter 11 Q&A Section.



Appendix B. Decimal to Hexadecimal and Binary Conversion Table.


Appendix C. Subnetting Practice: 25 Subnetting Questions.

25 Subnetting Questions.



Appendix D. Hands-on Lab Exercises: Solutions (included in PDF format on the CD for this book).

Lab 1: Router Command Line Interface Familiarization. Lab 2: 1900 Series Switch Command Line Interface Familiarization. Lab 4: Basic Router IP Configuration and Management Navigation.



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