CCNP CIT Exam Certification Guide: CCNP Self-study

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Cisco Press, 2004 - Computers - 309 pages
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Prepare for the new CCNP 642-831 CIT Exam with the official test preparation guide

  • Learn the troubleshooting and support topics for the new Cisco CCNP 642-831 CIT exam with the only official preparation book
  • Practice with more than 200 test questions, including simulation-based questions on the enclosed CD-ROM
  • Prepare for the CCNP CIT exam with proven learning tools from the No. 1 selling Exam Certification Guide Series from Cisco Press

CCNP CIT Exam Certification Guide (CCNP Self-Study) is a comprehensive study tool for preparing for the new CCNP 642-831 CIT exam. This book is the second edition of the best-selling preparation title for the CCNP CIT exam from Cisco Press, also authored by Amir Ranjbar.

Comprehensive coverage of all exam topics ensures readers will arrive at a complete understanding of what they need to master to succeed on the exam. This book follows a logical organization of the CCNP CIT exam objectives, and is written in a modular, small-chapter format that breaks the elements into easy-to-absorb parts. It also contains the other valuable learning elements of an Exam Certification Guide from Cisco Press that ensure concept comprehension and retention. These include pre- and post-chapter quizzes, foundational review sections, scenario-based exercises, and a CD-ROM testing engine with more than 200 questions, including simulation-based questions like on the actual exam.

The organization of this edition has been radically altered to align with the new CIT objectives that focus on troubleshooting methodologies to resolve problems at the Physical, Data Link, Network, Transport, and Application layers of the OSI Model.

 

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Contents

Creating Network Configuration Documentation
5
Creating End System Network Configuration Documentation
27
Determining an Effective Troubleshooting Strategy
45
Applying a Logical Layered Model to a Physical Network
47
The General Troubleshooting Process
61
Gathering Symptoms
71
Selecting a Troubleshooting Approach
87
Resolving Problems at the Physical and Data Link Layers
99
Correcting a Problem at the Network Layer
171
Resolving Problems at the Transport and Application Layers
193
Isolating a Problem at the Transport or Application Layer
195
Correcting a Problem at the Transport or Application Layer
217
Scenarios
235
CIT Scenarios and Examples
237
Appendix
257
Answers to the Do I Know This Already? Quizzes and QA Sections
259

Isolating a Problem at the Physical or Data Link Layer
101
Correcting a Problem at the or Data Link Layer
123
Resolving Problems at the Network Layer
147
Isolating a Problem at the Network Layer
149
Glossary
287
Index
304
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Amir Ranjbar, CCIE No. 8669, is an instructor and senior network architect for Global Knowledge. He is a certified Cisco Systems instructor and has a Bachelor's degree in Computing and Information Science and a Master's Degree in Knowledge Based Systems from the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada. Amir is the author of the first edition of the CCNP Support Exam Certification Guide from Cisco Press.

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