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The new edition of CompTIA Network+ Exam Cram is the first book to cover the Network+ 2009 exam.

Covers the critical information you’ll need to know to score higher on your Network+ exam!

  • Implement proven best practices for managing networks efficiently and reliably

  • Thoroughly understand network hardware components, devices, cabling, and connectors

  • Systematically review TCP/IP, related network protocols, and the OSI model

  • Manage network operating systems and clients

  • Identify network vulnerabilities and configure network security to address them

  • Use security tools such as cryptography and antivirus software

  • Provide reliable, secure Internet access, WAN access, and VLAN support

  • Implement disaster recovery plans that protect business continuity

  • Troubleshoot network and Internet connectivity problems

  • Efficiently document the network and provide high-quality user support

CD Features Test Engine!

  • Detailed explanations of correct and incorrect answers

  • Multiple test modes

  • Random questions and order of answers

  • Coverage of each Network+ exam objective 

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"exam Cram. Is not the problem Safari is " - by brightandshinning on 10-APR-2011
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Safari tricked me good. I was at the Cisco site to buy the CCENT test prep when the add said the best buy was to ad the Safari NetWork+ for 14 extra dollars. So I did. What a waste of money. I cannot see the graphics from the ebook safari version the chapters have nasty little shredded pages where Safari has cut them and unless you give the more money you are just out of luck. If I had known this was what was Up I would have never added this. What a waste of money and Safari is a big rip Off. Stay away from nickle and dim-ing Safari.

The Book from Cisco is great. Its the ebook from Safari thats a rip off.

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