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    Exclamation CCNA - Lab workbook

    I was looking through for some stuff to give to a colleague to help him with his CCNA, I came across this CCNA lab workbook.

    A word about it's copyright!

    When I received it a couple of months ago, the owner stated it can be freely distributed - on these conditions:

    1). The workbook stays as a complete book and is NOT altered.
    2). It may be printed out, again as a complete workbook.

    As long as you agree to the above here is the link: CCNA - Workbook

    It is a fantasic lab book that covers everything inthe CCNA.

    Enjoy.
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    Cool, will give it a try for ICND2. Thanks.
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    That's a very thorough workbook, I wish I'd had something like that to guide me when I was studying for the CCNA. I've passed the link on to several colleagues that will be able to get some good use out of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slowhand View Post
    That's a very thorough workbook, I wish I'd had something like that to guide me when I was studying for the CCNA. I've passed the link on to several colleagues that will be able to get some good use out of it.
    I'm just starting my MCSE, I wish I had a similar lab book for that
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    Thanks very much.

    Will be going for CCENT and CCNA very soon and should be great!
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    Thought I'd nudge this back to the top as this is a fantastic CCNA workbook.

    Just tested download link and works fine.
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    Thank you very much!
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    Thank you, I am studying for ICND2, and need some practice big time..
    Also, it has just been 12 days of studying, and I am losing my patience on it..
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    This is excellent! Thanks
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    Yup I've started on the labs a few days ago, very well put together
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    Thanks! I'm taking ICND2 on May 26th, this will be very useful for some focused practice.
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    Awesome looking guide, should be invaluable for people needing to put some lab time in.
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    Thanks, this is exactly what I was looking for..
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    Book looks great. The grammar isn't the best, but it looks technically accurate which is what counts. Thanks for sharing.

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    Awesome! Thanks for the workbook! It's very thorough. I'm sure I'll crack it out soon. After my MCSA, though. CCNA here I come! Whoooooo!
    A few certs here and there and everywhere...
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    Bump bump
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    awesome...

    i just need me some routers n switches now
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    Quote Originally Posted by Satcom View Post
    awesome...

    i just need me some routers n switches now
    for routers check out: gns3
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackninja View Post
    for routers check out: gns3
    thx.. i may not have to buy routers n switches now

    so far i have boson netsim, packet tracer and now gns3
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    Quote Originally Posted by Satcom View Post
    thx.. i may not have to buy routers n switches now

    so far i have boson netsim, packet tracer and now gns3

    Nothing beats a real lab for a total cisco newbie, but until you can afford one use the above.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackninja View Post
    for routers check out: gns3
    Tried GNS3 myself. Looks adequate for some sims, but a real CPU hog. Seems to me you'd want to be running a hot new supercharged PC to get good results.
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    Default Great Info

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    thanks for posting the lab book. Great book loads of different labs thanks for this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by petedude View Post
    Tried GNS3 myself. Looks adequate for some sims, but a real CPU hog. Seems to me you'd want to be running a hot new supercharged PC to get good results.
    You do need a good pc but if you alter the "Idle PC" value it decreases the load on CPU
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    Thanks blackninja, this is a cool great effort, I did long for such a book and when I found it I can't downlod it , never was successful with Megaupload, seems my country is using all slots all times, if anybody can do me a favor and upload it on Rapidshare I would appreciate this alot, thanks in advance guys...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cerberos View Post
    Thanks blackninja, this is a cool great effort, I did long for such a book and when I found it I can't downlod it , never was successful with Megaupload, seems my country is using all slots all times, if anybody can do me a favor and upload it on Rapidshare I would appreciate this alot, thanks in advance guys...
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