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Network+ (N10-004) Lecture Series audio training gives IT professionals a fresh, effective new way to train for the CompTIA Network+ certification. Network+ Lecture Series provides authentic, instructor-led lessons on the most essential topics covered in the CompTIA Network+ (N10-004) exam. A passing score on the (N10-004) exam is required for the Network+ certification, and this Lecture Series audio training helps you pass the exam quickly and easily.

Topics covered include Networking Protocols, Addressing in IPv4 and IPv6, Routing Protocols, Network Media and Topologies, Networking Topologies and WAN Types, WAN Properties, and many more. Audio training is the perfect complement to any classroom, video training or self study routine, and it's perfect for the long commute to work and back. Get the training and certifications you need for your career with PrepLogic's Network+ (N10-004) Lecture Series audio training.

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Excellent technical review

I listened to this audiobook as a review in preparation for the CompTia Network+ exam. It is an excellent review of the concepts that I learned when I took a college class about networking.

The lecture series focuses on the technical specifications that are easily forgotten. Examples of this are various types of cables, various protocols and how they function and interrelate, standards and what they apply to, functions of various command line prompts, etc.

I haven't taken the exam yet, but I would NOT use this as my sole source of information for the exam. This is a REVIEW. This is NOT a course.

The narration was good for such a technical topic. I didn't find it too sing-songy or flat, and the cadence kept me engaged with the material.The brevity of the lectures makes the audiobook perfect for a quick review that you can listen to over and over again in preparation for the test. At least, that's how I intend to use it.

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Out of date, and not very thorough.

This was recorded for an older version of the N+ exam, so it is missing many current things. Also, the speaker often references visual literature that I wasn't able to find (I didn't look very hard). All in all, this is a good refresher for when you're driving, but I wouldn't use this as a major study aid.

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nice, but the reader really should of slowed down

If you could sum up CompTIA Network+ (N10-004) Lecture Series in three words, what would they be?

I really enjoyed this book, I think it was good, but the information is out of date. The other thing that bugged me was how quick the author read through everything, I think when you get to the abbreviations for things, it helps you remember what they stand for and what they do, when you slow down a bit while reading or talking to learn them. It was a nice little thing to spend the free credit on but... Wishing that they would add some more updated books to this category, and I also wish that they would have someone read these that actually can understand that slowing down for numbers and aberrations can really help people learn and take in more information at once.

Would you be willing to try another book from PrepLogic? Why or why not?

No, most of their books in the audio section are fairly outdated

Would you listen to another book narrated by uncredited?

No, way to fast

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Outdated and unclear

I bought this book to help describe to me and help me understand the fundamentals of networking, but instead of talking slowly and going over each acronym, device, physic or logic it basically talks to you as if you already know everything. There should be two versions:This, the crash course, refresher version, and or the noob version, where it explains and visualizes each and every aspect... be

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The narrator clearly is does not have his Net+

Would you consider the audio edition of CompTIA Network+ (N10-004) Lecture Series to be better than the print version?

No.

Any additional comments?

The narrator is clearly not a networking guy. The information is good, but certain words are pronounced incorrectly (for example "demarc") and nobody calls a "NIC" and N.I.C." Things like this may seem small, but can cause confusion to new techs wishing to enter the Networking field after earning their certification.

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sucks

voice is not real and the book just sucks.
I played the network + book from Mike Myers - (which is not designed to be an audio book) - with a txt to speech app and it was much more better than this thing.

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Worth the price

I was able to listen and understand the high level concepts. I feel confident in passing the exam thanks to this book.

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  • Mike
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  • 11-07-11

Boring but needed

This is almost like attending a class lecture. It is not very entertaining but it is good to jog the memory.

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100% Focus and concentrasion

Very detailed, but hard to keep the concentration as it is read fast and reference a lot of numbers and technical details. but othervise great. It sounds as the soundtrack to a video...

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Decent Material But Worthless Without The Supplementary Material

The core information is good but references examples that aren't available to the listener. Too bad there's no pdf reference page available for download.

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  • John
  • 05-24-13

Not an audiobook!

Although this is probably a perfectly fine CompTIA text book it is in no way a suitable candidate for conversion to audiobook. I bought it expecting it to be a revision aid but it just hasn't been written with an audio conversion in mind and so it's almost useless.

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  • Robert
  • 09-22-15

It's ok

Some parts don't make sense as you don't have figures but 90% of the time has good information

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  • DAN
  • 02-28-18

SPEACKS TO FAST AND DIFFICULT TO UNDERSTAND

Would you try another book written by PrepLogic or narrated by uncredited?

YES

What could PrepLogic have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

CHANGE THE PEARSON WHO READ THIS BOOK

Who might you have cast as narrator instead of uncredited?

N

You didn’t love this book--but did it have any redeeming qualities?

Y

Any additional comments?

I REALLY LIKE THE VOICE AND HOW PREP LOGIC RECORDED CCNA