How To Master CCNA

by René Molenaar,

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Score: 8.4/10 ( 26 votes)

How To Master CCNA is a book written for those who are about to take their CCNA exam. If you want to master CCNA and wish to finally get your CCNA certificate, then this book by René Molenaar - a freelancer dedicating his time to IT and the creator of GNS3Vault - is a must-have for you.

Inside How To Master CCNA, you will discover how everything works and why it works. Having this book is like having René by your side explaining to you all the CCNA theory you need to understand to pass your CCNA and get your certificate. It is packed with 200 pages of valuable information you won't get anywhere else.

The How To Master CCNA book covers various topics. It will teach you the basics of networking, the OSI-Model, the IP Protocol, TCP and UDP, Ethernet, the difference between hubs, bridges and switches, and virtual LANs and trunks. Through this book, you will also learn binary, subnetting, and summarization; routing of IP packets; all routing protocols; the difference between NAT and PAT; wireless networks and the differences between them; WAN protocols; the importance of IPv6; why we need poison reverse and hold-down timers; Frame-Relay; authentication for PPP using PAP or CHAP; and much more.

With How To Master CCNA, you will have the 'roadmap' to your CCNA certificate. As soon as you receive the book, you can study right away and get much closer to your CCNA certification.

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Luvin this!
posted this review on December 16, 2013

This is the first training course I got from the Internet and I like it. This should be worth a lot more than what they’re selling it for. This is a lot better than the resources I got from a training school I enrolled in a few months ago. The labs on their website are also comfortable to use. I use them more than I do labs from other resources. This isn’t very detailed but the clear explanations and the shortcuts discussed make up for that. I understand that this has only the most important information because it’s impossible to jam everything in just a short course. Because of this, I’ll be more open to trying products on the Internet.

You won't regret downloading this
E. Kiver (from Weskan, USA) posted this review on December 13, 2013

I trusted this over other similar courses and review materials because it’s been on the internet for quite some time now. A lot of internet products come and go because they don’t have good quality and they have to repackage their products from time to time. Rene’s guide is different because it’s been online for a long time, which means a lot of people trust it. I’ve also seen a lot of reviews on other websites and personal blogs. He has a lot of different review materials, which are equally popular. I’ve checked out only this one so far, but the man has already earned my respect. It’s impressive that such an informative product is being offered at a really low price, and made easily accessible to everyone. Rene’s done a great job bringing this online where even people with low budget can download it, and also people from all over the world can learn from it. You can check out other products too as this is just a review material, but I urge you to add this to your review arsenal. You won’t regret downloading it. I didn’t!

Kudos to Renee
posted this review on October 16, 2013

How To Master CCNA is the only resource I’ve seen that’s been updated for 2013. It’s more expensive than other materials, but it’s got what other programs and materials don’t have, and that’s awesome support from the author. Renee wouldn’t show himself on his website if he weren’t dead serious about his course. I know some people who didn’t like the course itself, but they were also impressed with the level of support Renee gives his clients. Your relationship doesn’t end when you pay for the product. I got a lot of additional tips and tricks from Renee and I really appreciate them. I think it’s clear that the more trustworthy authors online are those who are not afraid to show their faces and leave their personal contact info. That alone is clue that this is a legitimate and helpful course, even if it’s just on the internet, and even if it’s not form big publishing companies.

Very good quick reference
posted this review on October 9, 2013

How To Master CCNA is a very good review material because of its conciseness and because it works perfectly well with the lab on the website. I have several other review materials here. They’re good for different purposes. This one I like for being simple and easy to understand. It’s my quick resource for when I forget something and stuff like that. When it comes to more detailed explanations, this isn’t my favorite resource. This is just great as a quick reference. Another thing I like about this is that everything’s simplified. For some lessons it may not be the best, but it did help me a lot in other lessons, like the ones that I could barely understand. Plus you can just download it, you’ll get it right away. How To Master CCNA is a good additional material for your existing training course. If you think you just need a quick refresher or a quick reference, this will be helpful too.

It's a good refresher course
posted this review on June 1, 2013

The review guide itself is great, but I’m more impressed with the labs. They really give me a feel of what I’m gonna see on my certification test. What makes this special is that the information is more squeezed together. You get just what you will most probably need for the test summarized. It’s not complete, but if you’re just after a refresher, then this should be perfect.

It's got theoretical stuff covered
E. Stockton (from Marceline, USA) posted this review on April 17, 2013

I haven’t checked out other books from this guy yet, but this CCNA course looks promising. There are a lot of other books on the website, I just haven’t had the time to pick them up yet. I just passed my certification, and this is among the resources I had when I was reviewing. You get all the theories you need here, but nothing beats practice. I like this because it brings together everything you need to know in one book, and compiles important info in this, so you don’t have to bury yourself in tons of books and stuff. This is well-researched, and the guy really knows his stuff. I remember when I was taking the certification that I was recalling some info from here, and remembering the pages as well as his exact words. And just so you know, since this is a review material, it really starts with the basics of networking. You really get to start from the beginning, which you have probably studied years ago. You also get explanations from another point of view, so it’s better. You get to compare if your understanding of the theories is the same as this guy’s.

The book is great and support is available
posted this review on March 17, 2013

How To Master CCNA is great for learning theories when it comes to CCNA. You get all the information here and then you can practice with the emulator and the labs on the website. You will learn how to access everything on the website. It’s pretty difficult to understand without the tools. You don’t need to have access to actual routers and stuff if you have these tools, and if you already know the theory. René Molenaar, author of the book provides exceptional support on his website, you can go check it out. He answers a lot of questions there, and gives you review tips as well. Great guy!

The material is very well presented
posted this review on March 17, 2013

How To Master CCNA is a good additional material for your CCNA training. I’ve bought a lot of materials for CCNA training, and there are only 2 or 3 that I find useful. This isn’t enough to fully master networking, but it’s a good material, nonetheless. Formal training still helps a lot. Another thing I like about this is how the material is presented. It’s very clearly written, so it’s quite impressive. The others I’ve checked out seem to be bits and pieces of different materials put together. They weren’t seamlessly put together. With this you can flow smoothly from one lesson to another. One more thing I like about this is that it’s quite cheap. You know how much networking books cost these days, I’m sure. With this, you can get information from different books for a really cheap price. All in all, this should be a part of your arsenal if you really want to get certified.

This is an awesome review material
posted this review on January 26, 2013

How To Master CCNA us an easy to understand book on CCNA. I’ve read a lot of books while preparing for my certification exam, and this is one of the best. I wouldn’t say it’s enough on its own but if you want the core of everything you need to learn, or the summary of the most important points you need to remember, this is a good book to use. This is especially true if you have not been practicing your skills or reading up on this subject in a while. It will refresh your memory on the most important points to remember. It’s concise, it’s easy to understand, and it doesn’t have fillers. I’m pretty sure this will make a great quick reference for while you are reviewing.

This really made a difference
Gerry Halcom (from Eutawville, USA) posted this review on January 6, 2013

How To Master CCNA summarizes everything you need to know before taking your CCNA test. I wouldn’t have passed on my first try if not for this. I was surprised that I passed with better scores than my smarter friends. I’m now recommending this to other friends who are about to take the CCNA. It really makes a difference on your performance.

Packed with information, no fillers at all!
posted this review on December 13, 2012

How To Master CCNA has got all the important points summarized for you, so if you plan to review, this is the best resource to begin with. The entire 200 pages of the book are really packed with information, no fillers, so there’s no wasted time. This is the only review material I bought for CCNA and I passed the test with flying colors. It is also well-written, it’s not just a collection of information from different books like other review materials are. It has a different take, it shifts focus on the more important information to remember, and those that are more likely to appear in the test. It’s really an effective review material that I would recommend for everyone. It really made a difference in my performance.

I'm sure you'll learn a lot from this
posted this review on November 24, 2012

This is the best review material I’ve used before taking my CCNA. It was my 2nd take. The first one I flunked because of lack of preparation, but with the help of this material, and with plenty of time and patience, I managed to pass with the 2nd take. Good heavens! I think if I hadn’t found this material, I would have paid a few hundred dollars for review centers. Some of my friends did that for the first take, and most of them passed, but not all. I think only 7 out of 12 passed.  I’m glad I found this. It’s really complete , and it’s got tips for when you don’t know answers and other stuff like that you won’t find in ordinary review books. And of course, it’s among the cheapest you’ll find. I guarantee you will like this too!

Informative, yet concise
Brenden Howard (from Yadkinville, USA) posted this review on October 28, 2012

It’s a complete CCNA resource. I’ve learned a lot from this course, but I used other training materials too, so I wouldn’t really say this is the reason why I passed. What I like most about this is that the lessons are concise. It’s got all the important details picked out, so you get less confusion when reading. I use this as my refresher. I have a printed copy in my car, so whenever I have free time, I read this. The other training mats I got, since they’re more of the detailed types I use for hardcore reading. For those of you who want just the core, this should be enough material. There are also some who don’t like to read so much information to get the main idea, this is also perfect for you.

Helped me pass on my 2nd try
posted this review on October 27, 2012

I failed my first CCNA exam, so before taking the next one, I got this course. The course successfully captured all the information needed to pass the exam, so you get less confusion. One of the most confusing parts of preparing for the CCNA exam is choosing which ones to study. Like which topics and all that. This already did that part. It already summarized everything you need to study, so you find them all in one place. I think for some people, stock knowledge works for them, but I’m not particularly smart, so it doesn’t work for me. This book has been my key to passing my 2nd CCNA exam, so even if I’m not getting asked or paid to do this, I’m leaving this positive comment. I wouldn’t have bothered if it wasn’t too helpful for me. I hope you try this out. It will save you a lot of trouble, and I’m sure you will thank me while you’re taking your exam.

Very helpful... so worth the read
Danny Porter (from Cincinnati, USA) posted this review on October 20, 2012

I never thought a simple and cheap book can help me so much in my CCNA exam. I’ve purchased othere review materials along with this one, and most of them are so effective. This one is actually the cheapest of all those I purchased, and yet it’s become one of my favorites. Also, when I was taking my exam, I realized that this one helped me the most. It’s got the most relevant information compared to the others I’ve tried, and I was really quite surprised at the accuracy of the information it contained. I think the author really studied CCNA exams for so long to be able to come up with a book such as this one. I suggest giving this a try. If you already have other review materials, just add this to them. I’m sure your 25 bucks will be so worth it in the end.

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