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Get ready for Cisco's entry-level networking certification CCENT exam 640-822

If you're preparing for Cisco certification, your road starts with CCENT Exam 640-822 ICND1. This volume covers everything you need to know! You'll learn networking basics and how to work with Cisco devices, routers, switches, and more. With over 600 pages, plus dozens of review questions, this complete guide will help you make the grade.

  • Discover CCENT certification — find out what the certification involves and what to expect on the exam

  • Networks and Cisco devices — learn networking basics, all about ports, and how to configure interfaces and services such as DHCP and NAT

  • Data routing — explore static routing, dynamic routing protocols, and how to control the routing process with the routing table

  • Be prepared — learn basic troubleshooting steps and commands you can use on Cisco devices

  • Cast a wider net — become familiar with network security, security best practices, and wide area networks (WANs)

Open the book and find:

  • Basic facts of networking

  • Introduction to TCP/IP

  • Hints for using the Cisco IOS

  • Step-by-step description of the routing process

  • A guide to basic configuration

  • Troubleshooting advice

  • Exam tips for each topic

  • An exam-objective mapping table

  • Detailed examples of subnetting

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