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eBook Network+ Study Guide (2nd Edition) ePub

by David Groth

  • ISBN: 0782128637
  • Category: Networking and Cloud Computing
  • Subcategory: Computers
  • Author: David Groth
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Sybex Inc; 2nd edition (December 1, 2000)
  • Pages: 624
  • ePub book: 1303 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1555 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 370

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David Groth, Network+, MCSE, CNI, is a full-time author and consultant

David Groth, Network+, MCSE, CNI, is a full-time author and consultant. He is the author of the Sybex's best-selling A+ Complete Study Guide as well as Cabling: The Complete Guide to Network Wiring. Toby Skandier, Network +, i-Net+, Server+, is in technical education development and delivery for Sprint Corporation.

by David Groth (Author), Toby Skandier (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0782144062. We're also excited to note that the cover of this book sports the new CAQC (CompTIA Authorized Quality Curriculum) logo.

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The Sybex Network+ Study Guide book also comes with some practice exams and electronic flash cards. I used those resources quite extensively and they did a good job relating to the material in the book (although there were somethings that didn't really correspond, if I remember correctly). After preparing for the exam using the Sybex book and CD, I decided to double check that I had covered the right materials.

David Groth, Toby Skandier, Todd Lammle. If you're serious about getting your Network+ certification and advancing your career in the field of networking, this is the book you need.

Here's the book you need to prepare for CompTIA's updated Network+ exam, N10-003

Here's the book you need to prepare for CompTIA's updated Network+ exam, N10-003.

A study guide updated for CompTIA's newest exam covers fundamental concepts, TCP/IP protocols, troublshooting utilities, network installations, upgrades, remote access, security, and disaster recovery.

Comments

Vuzahn Vuzahn
I found this book (the deluxe edition) well written and I learned a lot from it along with the lab and test CDs included with the book. As far as preparation for the exam, I used this book along with Craig Zacker's Microsoft Press Network+ Certification book. I passed, not with flying colors, but I'm satisfied considering I had very little work experience involving network administration. There were a lot of questions on the exam that the book did not seem to cover well, particularly the ones on fiber technology. The assessment and bonus tests that came with the book were, like the book itself, educational but not the best exam prep materials. With all the braindumps available it seems that COMPTIA has made the test unrealistically difficult. Even though I have very little networking experience, I find it hard to believe that network professionals have all the network protocols and associated cable types, lengths, connector names, and speeds memorized. That's the kind of stuff reference books are used for. So, although the book provides a lot of the knowledge network professionals have, it's not the best exam prep material and would probably be a boring read for those who have a year or so field experience.
Quellik Quellik
I just passed my Network + exam yesterday. I self-studied and this book was the cornerstone of my preparation. It's well-written without the cheesy attempts at humor that you get in some of these certification exam books. It includes enough detail, but not too much (too much detail was a problem with the Exam Cram book I used to prepare for my A+).

The practice exams on the "Sybex Test Engine" CD are very helpful in preparing. On the other hand, I made one run through the "Network + Virutal Lab" CD and found it mediocre at best. The interface is clunky, there are formatting problems and bugs, and I never did figure out how to get the answers to the questions I didn't know. You could probably ignore the virtual lab, unless you have little or no real-world IT experience and need it to see what the Windows, Mac, and Linux GUIs look like.

Get this book and the flawed (but still highly recommended) "Network + Practice Questions" from Exam Cram by Charles Brooks. Read them both, make flash cards of all the information you don't already know, memorize your flashcards, and you should be ready to take the exam.
Vichredag Vichredag
I can start off and say that I really enjoyed reading this book. I do have experience in the Networking field, so this book is appropriate for the Network+ exam only. This book is not intended for passing the MCSE Networking Essentials exam as the preview states. I did learn from it and passed the test with a 97. David Groth did an excellent job in relaying what is needed for the exam and nothing more. If you want to learn about LMHOSTS files then take the MCSE exams,since that file is a Micrsoft file and not part of the overall view that the author is intending to put across. For those of you who want to learn about the basics of networking then this is a great place to start. Read the book and take the test. The credentials will make you an asset in the computer field. SPKuse, MCSE, MCP, A+, Network+, i-Net+, CNA.
Hellblade Hellblade
I have been in the IT field for over 10 years, and recently decided to get my Network+ just to add to other certs I have. Though I thought I had enough knowledge to take the test without reading a book, I didn't want any surprises or waste my money. I think this book was very informative and it did help me pass the test, but I found several errors in the book, and felt like the author ran off bragging about himself several times a bit distracting. I would actually recommend this book as a Plan B, for someone looking for a good book to prepare with.
Sermak Light Sermak Light
I used only this book to study for the CompTIA N10-003 Network + exam. I passed the test on the first try. Questions on the test followed closely the study material presented in the book. Had no trouble using the included virtual lab CD and practice test CD. I am very satisfied with the results from studying using this book.
Nalmergas Nalmergas
The Book is as advertised, however it was 30 days later before I received it. I ordered it on December 19th.
Dobpota Dobpota
I used this book and the "Network+ In Depth" book to study for my certification (I had a lot of time on my hands when I was preparing for it). The Sybex Network+ Study Guide has a good overall structure to it. It is easy to follow and laid out in such a way that you can easily map the sections to the objectives for the certification exam (however, they could have made it even easier to map out).

I read through this book, and then wrote my own study guide that mapped directly to the exam objectives, where I would have a section for each objective (1.1, 1.2, 1.3, etc.) with the necessary notes underneath the section header. I found most of the basic info in the Sybex book, but there were certain parts that I had to look up on-line or in the Network+ In Depth book.

The Sybex Network+ Study Guide book also comes with some practice exams and electronic flash cards. I used those resources quite extensively and they did a good job relating to the material in the book (although there were somethings that didn't really correspond, if I remember correctly).

After preparing for the exam using the Sybex book and CD, I decided to double check that I had covered the right materials. I went online and looked for some practice exams. I was quite shocked by how different the questions were on those practice exams than what was in the Sybex book. It was a good thing that I consulted those other resources, because they certainly helped fill in a lot of the cracks that became increasingly apparent in the Sybex book.

When I finally took the Network+ Exam (2007 edition mind you), there were many questions that I was not familiar with, and the wording was also very different (I passed, by the way). I know that this may have something to do with the newer version (2007 Edition) of the test - but the subject matter is supposed to be the same, only some different wording on the questions.

Ultimately, this book is good at giving you a general idea of what to expect on the exam, but if you want to pass with satisfactory marks, do not rely solely on this text.