Cisco CCNA (640-802) Lecture Series audio training is a fresh, intuitive way for IT professionals to get the training they need for their career. CCNA Lecture Series provides genuine, instructor-led lessons on the most important topics on the Cisco CCNA (640-802) exam. A passing score on the (640-802) exam is required for the Cisco CCNA certification, and this Lecture Series audio training helps you pass the exam quickly and easily.
Topics covered in the course include Extending Switched Networks with VLANS, Determining IP Routes, Managing IP traffic with Access Lists, Point-to-Point connections, Frame Relay Connections, and many more. Audio training is perfect anywhere, especially during your long commute to work or school. Get the training and certifications you need for your career with PrepLogic's Cisco CCNA (640-802) Lecture Series audio training.
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I really enjoy the audio, lecture series. The only thing is there are references to a resource disk, with diagrams / examples. The lectures reference these diagrams a few times, they are referenced in a way that you need the resource material (diagrams) to follow along. Granted if you are driving and listening you cannot follow diagrams, but you could review the diagrams that spark interest and re-play audio portion again.
The clear voice of the narrator as well has his way of explaining the material.
I liked that it went over a lot of sub-topics in a reasonably short amount of time without confusing you with unneeded information.
For the people talking about not being able to find the reference...how about look on the page thoroughly before commenting about it not being available. It's there, open your eyes. Also, to the guy talking about how it's not good for listening to in the car because of not being able to use the reference guide. I agree with you, but when I bought this audio book I knew fair well before hand that I would not be listening to it in the car. Unlike many other audio books, this one is definitely more of a sit at your computer while looking at the reference guide type of audio book.
There is a link to the reference guide on the same page that you purchased the book from (the product page) Also, this is much more efficient listening to at home with the reference guide in front of you, not while out and about.
The entire book text constantly refers to images and figures that would complement the text. The images and figures show the command line examples, commands, and samples that you need in order to pass the CCNA. Not one command is given in text, it is all commands shown in the figures. If you have a question in the CCNA like what is the command to generate a Key? You won't know because while the chapter is there to explain what a Key, the command was never said, displayed or demonstrated. I actually ended up purchasing this book again as a physical copy to compliment the material. Which kind of makes me hate this purchase.
As long as its not an educational piece. His voice was soothing and clear.
All of the above.
There needs to be supplemental material for this book or it is just a HUGE waste of money.
This is my first audiobook from Audible. Good.
Yes. Usable for remote learning during commuting time
1'st ever real description of usability of straight and cross-over cable.
Simple description of routing protocols
The companion materials are automatically made from their stationery. Unusable without manual re-creation.
I felt this audio was good as far as touching base on important CCNA topics, but if I hadn't already studied CCNA material and new the terminologies I don't think I would have had a clue as to what he was talking about.
It talks about diagrams and pictures in the CCNA book which makes no sense as you can't see them, and because of this many topics are extremely difficult to understand.
"no network diagrams"
I was unable to use this because the necessary digrams were not provided with the audio down load. It was thus a waste of my money
"Useful revision aid"
The diagrams in the additional PDF seemed to be out of order and there was some keyboard noise audible in the background, but it was useful aid for memorising some of the commands and concepts for the CCNA exam. It isn't detailed enough to use on its own, but it's a useful companion to the official Cisco material.
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