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CCNA Routing and Switching 200-120 Exam Cram par [Valentine, Michael H., Barker, Keith]

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Prepare for Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching 200-120 exam success with this Cisco Exam Cram from Pearson IT Certification, a leader in IT. 


Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching 200-120 Exam Cram is the perfect study guide to help you pass the Cisco CCNA 200-120 exam, providing coverage and practice questions for every exam topic. The book contains an extensive set of preparation tools such as exam objective mapping; a self-assessment section that helps you evaluate your motivations and exam readiness; concise, easy-to-read exam topic overviews; Exam Alerts that highlight key concepts; bullet lists and summaries for easy review; Cram Savers, Cram Quizzes, and chapter-ending practice questions that help you assess your knowledge and test your understanding; Notes that indicate areas of concern or specialty training; Tips to help you build a better foundation of knowledge; and an extensive glossary of terms and acronyms. The book also contains the extremely useful Cram Sheet that represents a collection of the most difficult-to-remember facts and numbers you should memorize before taking the test.


Covers the critical information you’ll need to know to score higher on your CCNA exam!


·         Identify the protocols that operate at specific OSI layers

·         Learn the details of custom subnetting with IPv4

·         Understand and implement IPv6

·         Connect, configure, and manage Cisco routers and switches

·         Set up security for routers and switches

·         Create VLANs and set up switch-to-switch trunk linksFilter traffic from one network to another with access control lists (ACLs)

·         Deploy Network Address Translation (NAT) and IOS router DHCP services

·         Learn to predict and verify Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)

·         Configure and verify OSPFv2, OSPFv3, and EIGRP

·         Leverage redundancy protocols including HSRP and GLBP

·         Implement WAN technologies including PPP, HDLC, and Frame Relay

·         Troubleshoot switches and routers, including routing protocols


Mike Valentine has been in the IT field for 16 years, focusing on network design and implementation. He is a Cisco Certified Systems Instructor (#31461) and specializes in Cisco Unified Communications instruction as well as CCNA and CCNP courses. His accessible, humorous, and effective teaching style has demystified Cisco for hundreds of students since he began teaching in 2002.


Keith Barker, CCIE No. 6783 R/S & Security, is a 27-year veteran of the networking industry. He currently works at CBT Nuggets. His past experience includes EDS, Blue Cross, Paramount Pictures, and KnowledgeNET, and he has delivered CCIE-level training for several years.


Biographie de l'auteur

Michael Valentine has been in the IT field for 16 years, focusing on network design and implementation. He is a Cisco Certified Systems Instructor (#31461) and specializes in Cisco Unified Communications instruction and in CCNA and CCNP courses. His accessible, humorous, and effective teaching style has demystified Cisco for hundreds of students since he began teaching in 2002. Michael has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of British Columbia and currently holds CCNA, CCDA, CCNP, and CCNP-Voice certifications. In addition to the popular Exam Cram 2: CCNA and CCENT books, Michael co-authored the Official Certification Guide for CCNA-Voice and has contributed to and served as technical editor for the Cisco Press titles CCNP ONT Official Exam Certification Guide and CCNA Flashcards, among others. Michael has also developed courseware and lab guides for Official Cisco Curriculum courses and custom classes for individuals and corporations.


Keith Barker, CCIE No. 6783 R/S & Security, is a 27-year veteran of the networking industry. He currently works at CBT Nuggets. His past experience includes EDS, Blue Cross, Paramount Pictures, and KnowledgeNET, and he has delivered CCIE-level training for several years. As part of the original set of Cisco VIPs for the Cisco Learning Network, he continues to give back to the community in many ways. He is CISSP, HP, PaloAlto, Brocade, and Juniper certified, loves to teach, and keeps many of his video tutorials at You can reach him on Facebook at “Keith Barker Networking.”

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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Not enough on its own 2 juin 2015
Par Aiex Halo - Publié sur
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The CCNA is an absolutely brutal exam, one in which questions will have 5 answers, 4 correct answers, and 2 that are more correct than others, and only one right answer, or 6 nearly-identical answers, 4 correct ones, and just the slightest tip-off in grammar or words being left out that point out an answer as being technically wrong.

This book is tremendously well-written. The author(s) has a great droll sense of humor and a way of humanizing the subject matter while always coming across as professional, calm, and well-balanced in knowledge and presentation of information.

As it's titled an "Exam Cram", it cannot substitute for a proper reading of Cisco's texts and actual hands-on lab experience. That's not a knock on this book, but having taken the CCNA myself 3 times before passing, I can say that what is offered by this book on its own is only a small piece of overall study material you'll need to pass.

The biggest problem with this book is that while it gives somewhat equal treatment to almost every topic the CCNA will cover, it means that topics that require more detail do not get the same amount of attention to detail that you would need. It's not the responsibility of such a book to go deep into details needed, but as an Exam Cram I found at least one or two chapters to be either partially or completely useless as the material covered was done in such a broad manner as to necessitate re-reading the original Cisco chapters (such as with EIGRP and network diagnostic tools) or simply looking elsewhere for the information.

The disk that comes with a new copy of the book is also essentially useless, as the practice exam questions it offers are the exact same ones included in the back of the book itself, and are highly limited. A "premium" version of the product adds another few hundred questions to it, which new copies of the book include a discount for. You are better off not getting this premium version and spending extra on a more helpful and accurate set of practice exams offered by Boson or Transcender.

The questions in the practice exams are moderately helpful, but compared to what I experienced on the CCNA, there were far too many easy or "giveaway" questions on the ExamCram practice exams, such as "What does a router do?" or "How do you enable port security?". My favorite dumb question was one asking how to enable password encryption, with four possible options. All of them were exactly the same with different positioning of the dash ("service-password encryption", "service password-encryption", "service-password-encryption", "service password encryption"). Questions like these might've been helpful for the CCENT 1 or 2, where the subject matter gets more questions, but for the composite CCNA, these were essentially throwaways.

Ultimately, the last mark against this ExamCram is that it is somewhat lacking in proofreading. This frequently appears in the form of very minor typos which appear constantly, and in two very major cases in some of the chapter review questions where three different questions are given the incorrect answer. Another question is answered as a multiple-choice option when the question asked was True or False.

Given that the difference between passing and failing a CCNA can come down to the most tiny, minute of details missed, misinterpreted, or misunderstood. One of the review questions was wrong in such a way that would prove disastrous if someone were using just this book as a study guide and ended up mis-learning a single fact that could derail an entire slew of questions as a result.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Don't Rely On the Answers, but it's still not bad 28 juillet 2015
Par Eric V. - Publié sur
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I also purchased Odom's CCENT/CCNA books, so I can write a decent comparison.

PRO (CCNA Routing and Switching Exam Cram): concise, easy to read, definitely not boring. With Odom's books, you will find your eyes starting to either shut or glaze over the material. If you are in a hurry to take the exam, and try to read 1 chapter every night (or even every two nights), you will see what I mean.

CON (CCNA Routing and Switching Exam Cram): TOO MANY mistakes in the quizzes/review exams at the end or in the middle of each chapters. You will scratch your head, asking "How can this be the answer, if the router number is not even mentioned in the question?" I mean, it's bad, seriously.

My advice: Buy Odom's books AND THIS exam cram book. I would first read the Exam Cram book, and if you have any question/doubt, look for the same subject/material/explanation in Odom's books. Then, because you will hopefully have obtained a foundation for CCNA, you can read Odom's books and truly appreciate the depth of the material and focus on the details (you will need them for the exam)

UPDATE: I am done with the book, and the deeper into it you get, the worse the quizzes are. I now would advise anyone to not even complete the quizzes. The answers provided for them are just filled with mistakes, or just totally wrong. Very poor editing. Yeah, just use the book as a quick overview, but get a test generator somewhere else.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Never Proofread!!!!!!!!! 22 mars 2015
Par Brian Musgrave - Publié sur
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I don't think this book was ever proofread. I have found ton's of typo's which is very important when studying for an exam. For example an answer will be marked C when you choose A. You read the description and it is describing why the answer A is correct. IP address typo’s, which can really throw off your answer. I don't usually write reviews but after finding more than 20 mistakes I felt an obligation to let other know my experience. I find it unacceptable for a published technical book to be written this poorly. Their are lots of 200-120 study books. I suggest you find another.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Concise, easy to read, yet early edition 7 février 2014
Par Kenneth M. Montgomery - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I received this book two days after release date, having pre-ordered and using prime shipping. The book arrived, and the cover glue was barely holding the cover on (it later fell off on second day of reading). The book is standard Exam Cram style, with a lot of information covered very concisely. It does a good job of hitting all of the highlights of the Cisco requirements.

There are a few minor mistakes I've found in the testing pack included with it, but the authors have responded to every submitted error and updated the testing software quickly. Now, the real question, did it help me pass? Well, this was my second attempt at my renewal, and it got me very close (821 out of 825 needed), but not quite there. The book does have an excellent discussion of subnetting, yet the emphasis I've seen on the exam for Frame Relay could possibly use a little heavier coverage.

I do think the cram sheet (common in the Exam Cram books) at the beginning packs too much into too small of a space, without tables that could make items clearer, but it is mostly for review right before you walk into the test...

Overall the book is good, well written with a bit of humor here and there to lighten the subject matter.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Good material BUT bad quizzes 19 août 2016
Par Shannon - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book had good material and techniques for learning. However, as at least 1 other reader has already stated, there are quite a few wrong answers declared as correct within the quizzes. I cannot believe a publisher or author would let this go out as is. It's pretty disappointing when I have to question every answer that I'm not 100% on, knowing that the explications may be completely incorrect. There is literally a true / false question that in the answer section claims the correct answer to be C...??
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