CCNP Routing and Switching SWITCH Official Cert Guide been a technical reviewer for numerous books related to the Cisco CCNP Routing and. Hi Guys, It is time to go for my CCNP certification and as a first step, I am downloading the official cert guide book. However, I am wondering. I am preparing for CCNP switch () exam. Currently I am using CBT Nuggets and INE videos for my preparation. Also I am going through.
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CCNP Routing and Switching SWITCH Official Cert G and millions of other books are available for site Kindle. CCNP Routing and Switching SWITCH Official Cert Guide from Cisco Press enables you to succeed on the exam the first time and is the only self-study. This book is designed to provide information about the Cisco CCNP SWITCH exam (). Every effort has been made to make this book as. Part of the Official Cert Guide series. CCNP Routing and Switching SWITCH Official Cert Guide from Cisco Press enables you to succeed on the exam the first time and is the only self-study resource approved by Cisco. The official study guide helps you master topics on the.
I am preparing for CCNP switch exam. Also I am going through Official certification guide, Are there any other recommended readings before I go for the exam? Don't overlook documentation on Cisco. It's free and very comprehensive. You can find a very good reference document for just about every item on the blueprint. Cisco should either stop putting it's trademark on "Cisco Press" books called Official Certification Guides, or fix the collaboration between the exam and the OCG. Before you waste money on this effort, you should check out my post here:.
When you have something called an Official Certification Guide that states in its marketing that it "enables you to succeed on the exam the first time and is the only self-study resource approved by Cisco", then when it doesn't do that, we then make excuses as a community.
It's ridiculous to assume that you "need" multiple duplicative texts and unknown areas of research to garner the knowledge for this exam.
It needs to stop. If someone wants to defend some of the subpar stuff I just dealt with, they'd look pretty sill. Could you imaging the size of the book if it contained every detail of everything possible to do with switching? Its not brain washing, Anyone who thinks you can just read the OCG and then pass the exam is dreaming.
If not, then perhaps you could use your time elsewhere to improve yourself. I'm not alone in my frustration with this exam. The OCG is just another point of frustration. Just be prepared that you can spend a whole bunch of time reading a lot of stuff to be asked questions not found in what you read or see in your labs.
Regardless of what books you decide to study, I would recommend seeking out the publisher for corrections. Any other recommendations? Should I look into getting physical hardware?
I have already experienced issues with packet tracer command consistency with the CCNA exam as it seems the packet tracer is using new verification command syntax. What are the chances of cisco opening their lab environment in NYC to me.
These combined with labs worked fine for me. Regarding Lab practice i would recommend physical switches. You can find good prices at site, there some good bundles also. What has everyone's experience with the FLG for been like? I was thinking of downloading but I've read mixed reviews. Thanks for any info. I would highly recommend the Cisco Learning Network Switch videos as well.
Also Chris Bryants videos and books are very good as well! Please enter a title. You can not post a blank message.
This is then followed by a section where the chapter is summarized and the concepts you should pay attention to are reinforced. The book is divided into nine parts. Each part has one or more chapters.
The first seven parts discuss technical concepts while the eighth part is non-technical and will show the reader the other available resources they can use to increase their chances of passing the exam. The first chapter discusses hierarchical network design, including access, distribution and core layers. At the end of the chapter, you will find a list of Cisco devices that are best suited for each layer.
Next, content-addressable memory CAM and ternary content-addressable memory TCAM tables are discussed along with how they can be used for troubleshooting purposes.
Basic concepts, trunking concepts, configuration and troubleshooting are discussed. Voice VLAN is introduced as well. Redundancy in layer 2 means that you need to use a form of spanning tree protocol STP. The first chapter discusses traditional STP Going further, design considerations related to the root bridge placement in the network are discussed; convergence tuning and STP monitoring are covered as well.