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Cisco CCNA Study Guide
v2.62 © 2012 ________________________________________________ Aaron Balchunas aaron@routeralley.com http://www.routeralley.com

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Foreword: This study guide is intended to provide those pursuing the CCNA certification with a framework of what concepts need to be studied. This is not a comprehensive document containing all the secrets of the CCNA, nor is it a “braindump” of questions and answers. This document is freely given, and can be freely distributed. However, the contents of this document cannot be altered, without my written consent. Nor can this document be sold or published without my expressed consent. I sincerely hope that this document provides some assistance and clarity in your studies.

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*** All original material copyright © 2013 by Aaron Balchunas (aaron@routeralley.com), unless otherwise noted. All other material copyright © of their respective owners. This material may be copied and used freely, but may not be altered or sold without the expressed written consent of the owner of the above copyright. Updated material may be found at http://www.routeralley.com.

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Table of Contents
Part I – General Networking Concepts Section 1 Section 2 Section 3 Section 4 Section 5 Section 6 Section 7 Section 8 Section 9 Part II – The Cisco IOS Section 10 Section 11 Section 12 Part III - Routing Section 13 Section 14 Section 15 Section 16 Section 17 Section 18 Section 19 Section 20 The Routing Table Static vs. Dynamic Routing Classful vs. Classless Routing Configuring Static Routes RIPv1 & RIPv2 IGRP EIGRP OSPF Router Components Introduction to the Cisco IOS Advanced IOS Functions Introduction to Networking OSI Reference Model Ethernet Technologies Hubs vs. Switches vs. Routers STP IPv4 Addressing and Subnetting TCP and UDP IPv6 Addressing Introduction to 802.11 Wireless

Part IV – VLANs, Access-Lists, and Services Section 21 Section 22 Section 23 Part V - WANs Section 24 Section 25 Section 26 Section 27 Basic WAN Concepts PPP Frame-Relay NAT VLANs and VTP Access-Lists DNS and DHCP

*** All original material copyright © 2013 by Aaron Balchunas (aaron@routeralley.com), unless otherwise noted. All other material copyright © of their respective owners. This material may be copied and used freely, but may not be altered or sold without the expressed written consent of the owner of the above copyright. Updated material may be found at http://www.routeralley.com.

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Part I
General Networking Concepts ________________________________________________

*** All original material copyright © 2013 by Aaron Balchunas (aaron@routeralley.com), unless otherwise noted. All other material copyright © of their respective owners. This material may be copied and used freely, but may not be altered or sold without the expressed written consent of the owner of the above copyright. Updated material may be found at http://www.routeralley.com.

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Section 1
- Introduction to Networks What is a Network? Α network is simply defined as something that connects things together for a specific purpose. The term network is used in a variety of contexts, including telephone, television, computer, or even people networks. A computer network connects two or more devices together to share a nearly limitless range of information and services, including: • Documents • Email and messaging • Websites • Databases • Music • Printers and faxes • Telephony and videoconferencing Protocols are rules that govern how devices communicate and share information across a network. Examples of protocols include: • IP – Internet Protocol • HTTP - Hyper...
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