Wednesday, August 28, 2019

CCNA: Routing and Switching Practice Tests

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CCNA Routing and Switching Practice Tests is a companion volume to the CCNA Routing and Switching Complete Study Guide, Second Edition. If you’re looking to test your knowledge before you take the CCNA exam, this book will help you by providing a combination of 1,500 questions that cover the CCNA objectives.

If you’re just starting to prepare for the CCNA exam, I highly recommend that you use the CCNA Routing and Switching Complete Study Guide, Second Edition by Todd Lammle (Sybex, 2016) to help you learn about each of the objectives covered in the CCNA exam. Once you’re ready to test your knowledge, use this book to help find places where you may need to study more or to practice for the exam itself.

Since it is a companion to the CCNA Routing and Switching Complete Study Guide, Second Edition, this book is designed to be similar to taking the CCNA Routing and Switching exam. It contains scenarios and standard multiple-choice questions similar to those you may encounter in the certification exam itself. The book contains nine chapters: seven objective-centric chapters with 140 to 320 questions, weighted by the objectives, and two chapters that contain 50-question practice tests to simulate taking the exam itself. The bulk of the questions are in the routing and switching objectives.

Chapter 1: Network Fundamentals (Domain 1)
Chapter 2: LAN Switching Technologies (Domain 2)
Chapter 3: Routing Technologies (Domain 3)
Chapter 4: WAN Technologies (Domain 4)
Chapter 5: Infrastructure Services (Domain 5)
Chapter 6: Infrastructure Security (Domain 6)
Chapter 7: Infrastructure Management (Domain 7)
Chapter 8: Practice Test 1
Chapter 9: Practice Test 2
Appendix Answers to Review Questions

Author Details
"Jon Buhagiar", BS/ITM, MCSE, CCNA is an information technology professional with two decades of experience in higher education and the private sector.

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