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CCNA: Cisco Certified Network Associate Study Guide: Exam 640-802, Deluxe, 5th Edition

CCNA: Cisco Certified Network Associate Study Guide: Exam 640-802, Deluxe, 5th Edition

Todd Lammle

ISBN: 978-0-470-11009-6

Sep 2007

1008 pages

Select type: Hardcover

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Completely Revised for the New 2007 Version of the CCNA Exam (#640-802)

Cisco networking authority Todd Lammle has completely updated this new edition to cover all of the exam objectives for the latest version of the CCNA exam. Todd’s straightforward style provides lively examples, easy-to-understand analogies, and real-world scenarios that will not only help you prepare for the exam, but also give you a solid foundation as a Cisco networking professional.

Packed with updated topics that have been added to the 2007 version of the CCNA exam, this updated study guide features expanded coverage of key topic areas plus new material on switching, network address translation, and OSPF. Inside, find the complete instruction you need, including:

  • Full coverage of all exam objectives in a systematic approach, so you can be confident you’re getting the instruction you need for the exam
  • Practical hands-on exercises and labs to reinforce critical skills,
  • Real-world scenarios that put what you’ve learned in the context of actual job roles
  • Challenging review questions in each chapter to prepare you for exam day
  • Exam Essentials, a key feature in each chapter that identifies critical areas you must become proficient in before taking the exam
  • CD-ROM Includes:
  • Chapter Review Questions
  • Eight Full-Length Practice Exams
  • Over 400 Electronic Flashcards
  • Audio and Video Instruction from Todd Lammle
  • Full book in searchable PDF format
  • Bonus CD-ROM Includes Platinum Version of CCNA Virtual Lab
  • Learn from lab exercises created by Todd Lammle
  • Access configuration consoles for network devices, including 2600 series Cisco routers and 1900 or 2950 series Cisco switches.
  • Get practice with the Cisco IOS commands you'll need to know for the exam

Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.

For Instructors: Teaching supplements are available for this title.

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Assessment Test.

Chapter 1: Internetworking.

Chapter 2: Introduction to TCP/IP.

Chapter 3: Subnetting, Variable Length Subnet Masks (VLSMs), and Troubleshooting TCP/IP.

Chapter 4: Cisco’s Internetworking Operating System (IOS) and Security Device Manager (SDM).

Chapter 5: Managing a Cisco Internetwork.

Chapter 6: IP Routing.

Chapter 7: Enhanced IGRP (EIGRP) and Open Shortest Path First (OSPF).

Chapter 8: Layer 2 Switching and Spanning Tree Protocol (STP).

Chapter 9: Virtual LANs (VLANs).

Chapter 10: Security.

Chapter 11: Network Address Translation (NAT).

Chapter 12: Cisco’s Wireless Technologies.

Chapter 13: Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6).

Chapter 14: Wide Area Networks.



  • Platinum Edition of CCNA Virtual Lab Software--Includes the full version of the popular and best-selling Cisco network simulator, CCNA Virtual Lab, Platinum Edition for a fraction of the cost of other network simulators.
  • Written by Leading Authority Todd Lammle--Author, speaker, and trainer, Lammle has been chosen Best Study Guide author 3 out of 4 years by readers.
  • Updated Content to Reflect Changes to the Exam--New Edition will contain updated discussion of topics added to the CCNA exam, including in-depth coverage Switching, Network Address Translation, and OSPF.
  • Additional Video and Audio Files on CD--Will contain over an hour of video instruction from author, as well as 30 minutes of audio, in addition to the Sybex Study Guide Test Engine and Flashcards. 
Patch for Virtual Lab, Platinum Edition Download
ChapterPageDetailsDatePrint Run
General Note Regarding the Errata,Please check which printing of the book you have. As we become aware of errors in the book, we add the corrections to the text when we reprint the book. Therefore, not all the errors listed here will appear in all copies.1/28/08
299Text correction,On the top of page 99, it states that “NAT is covered in Chapter 10, 'Network Address Translation.'”
It should state “Chapter 11”.
3127Text correction,On page 127, near the bottom of the page: “The following table shows you an example host range of two subnets in a Class B 240 (/20) subnet mask:
First subnet 16.0 32.0
Second subnet 31.255 47.255

The table should read:
First subnet16.0 31.255
Second subnet 32.0 47.255
3133Subnetting in Your Head: Class B Addresses,Answer to third question (line 17 on the page, not including heading) reads in part: ...the broadcast must be since...
It should be
3138Text correction,Second paragraph under VLSM Design, second sentence: “And if we use a /30 on our WAN links and a /27, /28 and /29 on our LANs, we’ll get 2 hosts per WAN interface, and 30, 14 and 8 hosts per LAN interface – nice!”
Should read: “...we’ll get 2 hosts per WAN interface and 30, 14 and 6 hosts per LAN interface...” since a /29 has 6 usable hosts.
3143Errors in Figure 3.7,The bottom left chart, Class C Network, contains errors.
The IP address in the heading,, should read:

The Hosts column has incorrect values for Networks A, B, C and D.
Change those values from 12,20,25,4 to 14,30,20,6

The righthand chart also has erroneous IP addresses.
All IPs in the righthand chart should begin 192.168 not 192.16 as printed.
3145Errors in Figure 3.9,The righthand chart contains erroneous IP addresses.
All IPs in the chart should begin 192.168, not 192.16 as printed.
3150Text correction,At the top of the page, the last bullet point contradicts Figure 3.16.
The last bullet should read:
3168Answers to Written Lab 3.1,Answer to Question #3:
The third sentence, which begins 0,32,64. should read:
0, 32, 64, 96. The host is in the 64 subnet, broadcast address of 95. Valid host range 65-94
3169Answers to Written Lab 3.3,Line 4, under Number of Hosts
The answer given, 16,384, is incorrect. The correct answer is 16,382.
5285Error in Table 5.5,The Description for Platform (line 5 in the table) is incorrect.
It should read:
The type of Cisco device directly connected. In the previous output, the Corp router is directly connected to a 1242 Access point, a Cisco 2801 and two 1841 routers.
6341Text correction: Error in Figure 6.9,On the left side of the figure the two IP addresses given do not match the interfaces to which they are assigned on the CORP and R1 routers. should go with the S0/0/0 interface, and should go with the S0/0/1 interface