CCNA Certification Practice Tests
1. Auflage Juni 2020
464 Seiten, Softcover
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The definitive study guide for the new CCNA and CCNP certifications
CCNA Certification Practice Test: Exam 200-301 is the definitive practice guide for professionals preparing for the new CCNA or CCNP certifications, and for those looking to master the latest technologies in Cisco networking fundamentals. The practice exams, written by 17-year industry professional Jon Buhagiar, explore a broad range of exam objectives essential for passing the certification exam.
The CCNA exam provides the certification needed to grow your IT career. Each practice exam in this book is designed to prepare you to pass the CCNA by imparting the skills, knowledge, and practical coursework needed to master all exam topics.
This book includes access to six practice tests featuring 1,200 exam questions, as well as two full practice exams. Most importantly, the six practice tests featured in Certification Practice Tests Exam 200-301 cover a variety of topics, including:
* Security fundamentals
* Automation and programmability
* IP services
* IP connectivity
* Network success
* Network fundamentals
In addition to a plethora of exam topics and plenty of sample questions to prepare you for the CCNA exam, readers will also have access to online test tools featuring additional practice questions and study tools to assist in reinforcing the knowledge you've gained with the book.
Learn the foundational knowledge you need to pass the CCNA or CCNP and take your career to the next level by preparing with CCNA Certification Practice Tests.
Jon Buhagiar CCNA, MCSA, MCSE, N+, A+, BS/ITM, is Supervisor of Network Operations at Pittsburgh Technical College. In this role, he manages datacenter and network infrastructure operations and IT operations and is involved in project management of projects supporting the quality of education at the college. He also serves as an adjunct instructor in the college's School of Information Technology department, where he has taught courses for Microsoft and Cisco certification. He has spoken at numerous systems-related conferences, and has authored and edited many Sybex study guide titles.