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    For CCNA ICND 1 and 2 books r good ...

    & another one is Todd Lemmle CCNA ...
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    ok the reason i asked about that particular book is cause i have it already
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    I've taken the 4 CCNA modules, and there are books that go along with them that have the Cisco curriculum in them. I havent taken the test so im not sure how detailed it gets. But 4 books may be the better choice

    http://www.amazon.com/dp/1587132052/?tag=tec06d-20

    thats the 4th one there. and if you scroll down to see what other customers bought. they have the lan switching & wireless, routing, and the network fundamentals one.

    Not positive those are the latest editions, but i think they are. I never bought them as I have all that stuff online at Cisco's site.
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    the summary of the book makes it sound useful. i dont know one way or the other. but would probably work.

    What i hate about the CCNA is the 3 year renewal with it.
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    ok thanks :)
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