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by Todd Lammle

CCNA Wireless Study Guide: IUWNE Exam 640-721 download ebook
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047052765X
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978-0470527658
Author:
Todd Lammle
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Sybex; 1 edition (July 26, 2010)
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552 pages
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This book guides you through all that you need to get through the Cisco CCNA exams and more importantly equips you with the skills you will need in real world scenarios after you pass. New concepts are introduced, explained and consolidated through test questions - highly recommended.

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A complete guide to the CCNA Wireless exam by leading networking authority Todd Lammle

The CCNA Wireless certification is the most respected entry-level certification in this rapidly growing field. Todd Lammle is the undisputed authority on networking, and this book focuses exclusively on the skills covered in this Cisco certification exam.

The CCNA Wireless Study Guide joins the popular Sybex study guide family and helps network administrators advance their careers with a highly desirable certification.

The CCNA Wireless certification is the most respected entry-level wireless certification for system administrators looking to advance their careers Written by Todd Lammle, the leading networking guru and author of numerous bestselling certification guides Provides in-depth coverage of every exam objective and the technology developed by Cisco for wireless networking Covers WLAN fundamentals, installing a basic Cisco wireless LAN and wireless clients, and implementing WLAN security Explains the operation of basic WCS, basic WLAN maintenance, and troubleshooting Companion CD includes the Sybex Test Engine, flashcards, and entire book in PDF format Includes hands-on labs, end-of-chapter review questions, Exam Essentials overview, Real World Scenarios, and a tear-out objective map showing where each exam objective is covered

The CCNA Wireless Study Guide prepares any network administrator for exam success.

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

Reviews:
  • Nirad
Todd Lammle delivers. I used his books for my ICND1 & 2 successfully. His writing style is unpretentious and to the point, very easy to understand. Todd is a natural teacher, he has the patience and understands what a first time reader is going through. His subnetting book made all the difference in the beginning. So, even though this book is not on the current testing material, it is a valuable source because of how he writes and explains subject matter.
  • Usic
I was working on a Cisco WLAN project recently and later I passed CCNA Wireless using this book. The author did a good job explaining concepts in plain English and the questions after each chapter are also helpful to ensure the understanding the topics. The diagram on page 295 was very helpful for me to understand various interfaces used in Cisco WLC. It was a challenge for me until I used this book.

I wish in later edition of this great book:
1. include newer WLC models such as 5500 and OfficeExtend APs
2. need to explain the "order" of AP Discovery steps instead of listing them on page 246
3. include a console capture from a brand new AP that discovers Controller IP via DNS
4. Include screen captures of WLC when a new AP was first registered.

It is not just a book for the exam but also a great resource to understand WLAN better
  • hardy
Chapter 5 despite being informative, you can easily realize that it is cut and (improperly)paste of some longer text written by the author. For some reason, he has decided to shrink this chapter or improperly edit it.

He refers several times, during the chapter to some topics, "that we will explain later" or "that we described before, remember", however, they have either been introduced briefly or not mentioned at all. One example is EAP methods and the poorly explained TKIP and AES.

John Edney and William Arbaugh book "Real 802.11 Security" is considerably richer in WiFi security.

Sherif
  • Bedy
Kept me awake when the Cisco official guide puts me to sleep. Todd's writing style is more layman's and casual which definitely helped me in retaining the material. Passed on the first try.
  • Mightdragon
This book is out dated for the current CCNA Wireless exam (640-722), but I still used it in my studies. I recommend reading this book in addition to the CCNA Wireless (640-722 IWNE) Quick Reference. Between the two you will get a thorough understanding of how everything works, in addition to current information.
  • blac wolf
Best choice for this subject, I think. I have attended a seminar with Mr. Lammle...outstanding...he knows the subject well with a wealth of experience and he can explain it so that it is easy to understand
  • Lcena
After attending a bootcamp for my CCNA three years ago and passing my CCNA exam, I looked to continue my Cisco knowledge and certifications by going for my CCNA Wireless. Originally I had tried to prepare with the Cisco Press CCNA Wireless book for self study and felt that it did not adequately prepare me for the exam. Once Todd's book became available I got a copy and retook the exam and passed with flying colors. I definitely recommend the Lammle CCNA Wireless exam guide to anyone who is looking to obtain their CCNA Wirelss credentials.
I purchased this book after reading so many negative reviews concerning the Cisco Press CCNA Wireless book (and after reading nothing but Cisco Press books to obtain my CCENT, CCNA, CCNP, and CCNA-V). Cisco Press books are great, but they do contain many overlooked mistakes -- both grammatical (just annoying) and technical (coding and figure/table mistakes that can cause confusion). So, I thought I'd give Sybex a second try (I read their ICND1 book over a year ago).

I've read three chapters now, and I wish I would have just stuck with the Cisco Press version. I found more errors in the first few chapters of this book than I found in the entire last Cisco Press book I read. With that, I'm surprised to have read so many reviews suggesting that I purchase this book instead of the Cisco Press book. To support my observations, here are some of the errors I found (these are a few from Chapter 1):

Page 7, first paragraph: "If you look at Figure 1.1 again, you can see the connection back to the wired network is called the distribution system (DS)..." The problem: Figure 1.1's DS is not labeled.

Page 11, first paragraph: "The AP is not connected to a wired network in this example..." The problem: there is clearly a wired network connected in the example, which is right above this sentence.

Page 12, last paragraph: "A good to thing to know..." How do mistakes like this get overlooked?

Page 14, last paragraph: "The uWGB will establish a single wireless connection..." That's supposed to be "aWGB". At the end of that same paragraph: "Good to know is that the uWBG..." That should be "uWGB".

Page 15, last paragraph: References a "Repeater 2" in Figure 1.10, but there is no label for Repeater 2.

Page 23, first paragraph: "...the source address of the dumped packed will remain a mystery." Packed is supposed to be "packet".

Page 27, last paragraph: "Looking at this output, you can see some commands that I've already shown you..." Problem: the author did not "show" any of the commands listed in this output, which makes me feel this is a copy/paste from a previous work.

I'd also like to point out that Sybex's noted errata from their website only includes one of the above items; the rest are not even noted.

Anyway, my point is that I purchased this Sybex book after reading negative reviews concerning the equivalent Cisco Press book, with hopes to avoid those same abundant mistakes I've both observed and read about in other's reviews; however, Sybex has many technical mistakes, too, so I think the decision really boils down to what style of writing suits you. If you want to read a book whereby the author actually seems to be speaking to you through his writings (as in a casual conversation), then this Sybex book is probably for you. However, if you generally prefer a more technical approach to your studies, Cisco Press may be a better choice instead (in my opinion). Either way, be prepared to deal with the rather frustrating mistakes.

I do like that this book includes the full PDF, which is nice to search for keywords to quickly review topics (I've noticed that Cisco Press does not seem to include the full PDF's anymore with their newer books).

Good luck!