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Ccna Study Guide

Ccna Study Guide

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CCNA Study Guide v2.41 – Aaron Balchunas
* * *
All original material copyright © 2010 by
Aaron Balchunas (aaron@routeralley.com),
 unless otherwise noted. All other material copyright © of their respective owners.This material may be copied and used freely, but may not be altered or sold without the expressed writtenconsent of the owner of the above copyright. Updated material may be found athttp://www.routeralley.com.
 
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Cisco CCNA Study Guide
v2.41
© 2010
 
________________________________________________Aaron Balchunas
aaron@routeralley.com http://www.routeralley.com 
________________________________________________
 Foreword:
This study guide is intended to provide those pursuing the CCNAcertification with a framework of what concepts need to be studied. This is
 not
a comprehensive document containing all the secrets of the CCNA, nor is it a “braindump” of questions and answers.This document is freely given, and can be freely distributed. However, thecontents of this document 
 cannot
be altered, without my written consent. Nor can this document be sold or published without my expressed consent. I sincerely hope that this document provides some assistance and clarity in your studies.
________________________________________________
 
CCNA Study Guide v2.41 – Aaron Balchunas
* * *
All original material copyright © 2010 by
Aaron Balchunas (aaron@routeralley.com),
 unless otherwise noted. All other material copyright © of their respective owners.This material may be copied and used freely, but may not be altered or sold without the expressed writtenconsent of the owner of the above copyright. Updated material may be found athttp://www.routeralley.com.
 
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Table of Contents
Part I – General Networking ConceptsSection 1 Introduction to NetworkingSection 2
 
OSI Reference ModelSection 3
 
Ethernet StandardsSection 4
 
Hubs vs. Switches vs. RoutersSection 5
 
STPSection 6
 
IPv4 Addressing and SubnettingSection 7
 
TCP and UDPSection 8
 
IPv6 AddressingSection 9
 
Introduction to 802.11 WirelessPart II – The Cisco IOSSection 10
 
Router Components
 
Section 11
 
Introduction to the Cisco IOSSection 12
 
Advanced IOS FunctionsPart III - RoutingSection 13
 
The Routing TableSection 14
 
Static vs. Dynamic RoutingSection 15
 
Classful vs. Classless RoutingSection 16
 
Configuring Static RoutesSection 17
 
RIPv1 & RIPv2Section 18
 
IGRPSection 19
 
EIGRPSection 20
 
OSPFPart IV – VLANs, Access-Lists, and ServicesSection 21
 
VLANs and VTPSection 22
 
Access-ListsSection 23 DNS and DHCPPart V - WANsSection 24 Basic WAN ConceptsSection 25 PPPSection 26 Frame-RelaySection 27 NAT
 
CCNA Study Guide v2.41 – Aaron Balchunas
* * *
All original material copyright © 2010 by
Aaron Balchunas (aaron@routeralley.com),
 unless otherwise noted. All other material copyright © of their respective owners.This material may be copied and used freely, but may not be altered or sold without the expressed writtenconsent of the owner of the above copyright. Updated material may be found athttp://www.routeralley.com.
 
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Part I
General Networking Concepts
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