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by Michael Meyers

eBook Network+ Certification All-in-One Exam Guide, Third Edition (All-in-One) download ISBN: 0072253452
Author: Michael Meyers
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media; 3 edition (August 18, 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 800
ePub: 1473 kb
Fb2: 1665 kb
Rating: 4.7
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Category: Technologies
Subcategory: Networking and Cloud Computing

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Fulfilling the promise of the All-in-One series, this complete reference serves both as a study tool and a valuable on-the-job reference that will serve readers beyond the exam. A valuable pre-assessment test enables readers to gauge their familiarity with the test’s objectives and tailor an effective course for study.

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This is the book to have if you’re considering the Network+ certification. Within its informative pages, best-selling author Mike Meyers provides easy-to-understand coverage of the latest exam objectives. Prepare for the exam with the most complete study guide available. Identify key concepts and tools using informative graphics, use the objectives map to quickly find specific review areas, practice with chapter questions, and obtain need-to-know information with exam tips. The bonus CD-ROM contains a testing engine with questions found only on the CD. Plus, the book makes a great on-the-job reference once you’ve become certified.
Comments: (7)
Naa
I used this book as my main study guide for the Network+ exam, along with his Network+ Passport. Mike says that you will pass the exam, not that you will score a 900 on it, and I think this is probably accurate. I studied this book, taking notes and reviewing as well as using the practice exams. I also bought my test voucher from Mike's company which gave me additional practice exams. I passed with a decent score (763)and most of the material I saw on the test was in the All In One book.

Ok, having said that, I think it would be a good idea to use either his Network+ Passport, or the Sybex Network+ book ( which I haven't seen but gets good review as well ) because there are some topics that are skipped over very lightly in the All In One that are covered in more detail in the other books. The Network+ Passport is NOT comprehensive enough to get you a pass on it's own though, at least not based on the questions I had to answer. If you want to score in the 800's then I think the All In One, coupled with the Sybex book would do it but since the questions are drawn from a pool, if you happen to be unlucky you could skill end up in the 700's.
Cae
Mike Myers has done it again. He writes in a way everyone can understand, has many examples and pictures and tells you exactly what you need to know. The book does look big, and it is. Just remember that all the pictures take up about half the book. I found this book to be really easy to understand, and I passed my Network+ exam using it. I plan on getting my A+ certification soon, I will definitely use the All-in-One Guide again. There is another book called "Network+ Passport" by Mike Myers, but it doesn't go into as much detail as this "All-in-One Exam Guide." Go and get this book!
Zepavitta
Very good flow to the information as you read along. The concepts are very precise and to the point, giving the history (of the technologies spoken of herein) whenever possible, making understanding their origins very clear.

I would recommend this book to the person that is looking to start on the ground running with real terminologies and concepts commonly referenced in the industry. Even though some of the technology spoken of is no longer in production, it is good to know that it once existed and, given continuing changes/updates to industry standards, new technologies have thrived from their humble beginnings (a full 10Mbps backbone supporting the entire internet - Wow!).

Best Regards,

K!
Loni
I am thoroughly impressed with this book. The author uses very simple language and humor to describe material that could be other wise be construed as dry, convoluted, and tedious to learn. He mixes real world examples to describe how the OSI Model works. He describes subnetting in the simplest way. He uses examples from his own life to describe how the osi model layer relates to each protocol within those layers. Overall, a must read for someone wanting to obtain knowledge for no reason, or to obtain their network + certification.
Ochach
This is 1 book that my son used to study for his exams. Very clear and thorough. As he likes to keep his manuals, this one is a definite "keeper." Really made a difference for him when using it. Reccommend for anyone that is going for network certification. Well written.
Dddasuk
The book was fascinating and informative for the first eight chapters then it was stolen from me while at work. I originally bought it to study before I took the exam. I refuse to purchase another one for fear of the same thing happening. I used the book to study at work and that is where it was stolen beneath my nose. I recommend this book highly to anyone interested in Network + and becoming certified.
Brightcaster
Can't recommend Mike Meyers books enough. Have this one and the A+ as well
Ok, needed it for school.