All-in-one CCIE study guide

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McGraw-Hill, Jun 1, 2000 - Computers - 1008 pages
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-- Growing market -- The Cisco Certification market is exploding with over 100,000 CCIE candidates expected in 1999. Only 33% of the candidates pass the test the first time. The exam consists of a 100 question written test and a grueling two-day hands-on exam.
-- Build on success -- The Cisco CCIE All-In-One Exam Guide by Giles (0-07-913728-8) sold over 25,000 copies in less than four months. Now this book is revised and updated with all new information and quality checked by the McGraw-Hill Technical Expert Reviewing Panel.
-- Popularity of the CCIE -- The CCIE certification is ranked third as far as value and importance by Computer User Magazine (July 1999). The average salary ranges between $35,000 and $80,000 annually. They also average that a candidate
-- What's New? -- This best-selling book is updated and revised to reflect Cisco's new CCIE Exam, including features such as:
-- A quality check by the McGraw-Hill Technical Expert Reviewing Panel
-- Updated and revised information to include new CCIE exam requirements such as WAN, remote connectivity, and voice and data material.
-- New Cisco implementations and design examples
-- Hundreds of new study guide questions and answers
-- An interactive CD with simulated testing & scenario based configurations

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Roosevelt Giles (Atlanta, GA) is President of IMS, a technology integration company offering Cisco Certification training and MCSE training. Roosevelt leads a team of CCIEs that offer training to companies such as Bell South, Cisco, and Microsoft. He is a frequent speaker at COMDEX, and INTEROP and has authored articles on Internet security, VPNs, ATM Integration and Electronic commerce for Network VAR Magazine.