Businesses and consumers depend on reliable computer networks for
banking, learning, entertainment, and staying in touch. Cisco is the
leader in networking. Cisco skills are highly valued and there are a lot
of opportunities for career advancement for people with these skills.
Learn Cisco Network Administration in a Month of Lunches is atutorial designed for beginners who want to learn how to administer
Cisco switches and routers. Readers set aside one hour a day-
lunchtime is perfect-for a month, and learn practical Cisco network
administration skills faster than they ever thought possible. This book
starts with the basics-a clear, concise overview of how Cisco
Networks function. Then, readers move systematically through the
techniques and features used to perform the most common and
important administration tasks.
KEY FEATURES* A great start with a great tutorial
* Concise and easy-to-follow
* Hands-on exercises and labs
* Covers the most common and important tasks
* A solid foundation for pursuing Cisco certificationsAUDIENCE
Readers have some experience with Windows system administration.
No programming or prior Cisco experience is assumed.
ABOUT THE TECHNOLOGY
Every organization's most valuable traffic passes through two types of
networking devices: routers and switches. Cisco is a leading manufacturer
of the most popular, dependable routers and switches. Because of this, Cisco
Network Administration skills are in demand.
AUTHOR BIO Ben Piper is an IT consultant specializing in advanced enterprise networking and virtualization technologies. He holds numerous Cisco, Citrix, and Microsoft certifications including the Cisco CCNA and CCNP. His "Practical Networking" course on Pluralsight has been in the top 100 and has received high praise from network novices and veterans alike.