I have a 6 Cisco Books. Will they cover how all hardware communicates?
Sorry for the awkward title. Character limit.
I have 6 Cisco Books that I plan to read over the next year.
I got these from my high school teacher.
My goal is to learn the communication structure between hardware. (Later I hope to get to the relevant information associated with how to build it, but not now)
I took the class, but I was too sure of myself and didn't actually learn much.
The titles are as follows:
Introducing Routing and Switching in the Enterprise, CCNA Discovery Learning Guide, Part I: Concepts
Introducing Routing and Switching in the Enterprise, CCNA Discovery Learning Guide, Part II: Labs
Designing and Supporting Computer Networks, CCNA Discovery Learning Guide, Part I: Concepts
Designing and Supporting Computer Networks, CCNA Discovery Learning Guide, Part II: Labs
Networking for Home and Small Businesses, CCNA Discovery Learning Guide
Working at a Small-to-Medium Business or ISP, CCNA Discovery Learning Guide
Will these books help me acquire the knowledge I want?
I know it wont cover the how systems are built for emerging technologies like Graphene computing I just want to know the concepts behind the mainstream supplies today.
It should give you a decent understanding of how networking works and how the different devices communicate with each other over an IP based network. I would make sure you do the labs, if you just read the stuff without having to apply it, you probably won't learn as much.
Thanks, I will definitely do the labs. I'll buy equipment as I understand necessary (so long as it's <$10,000). I just wanted to make sure I was in the right place.
So glad I took these with me. My teacher is awesome.
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