Re: CCNP Study Books [7:75673] posted 09/18/2003
- Subject: Re: CCNP Study Books [7:75673]
- From: "neal rauhauser" <neal@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 18 Sep 2003 13:58:04 GMT
You must have the Caslow's Bridges, Routers and Switches for CCIEs
book - if you can afford only one, get this one.
Buy a lab. Buy Hutnik & Satterlee's CCIE lab workbook. I don't know
about their study guide, but the book with 119 hands on labs is really
I used http://boson.com's exams for CCNP 2.0 in 2000 and I was very
happy with them.
I think I've got every relevant Cisco Press book except CIT.
Doyle's TCP/IP routing, volume I is very heavy, but filled with good
stuff. Halabi's Internet Routing Architectures(BGP) book is also a good
There is NO substitute for sitting in front of a rack full of routers
and pounding out those labs in the Hutnik & Satterlee book.
bronwyn allan wrote:
> I am want to start studying for my CCNP Cert. Can anyone advise on what
> currently are the best books to go with. I have been looking at the Cisco
> Press Exam Certification Series or the Self Study learning Library. If I
> just wanted to go with one book for each exam can anyone advise which would
> be the best ones. I intend to also combine this with online testing.
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