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- Publisher: Sybex; 1 edition (August 26, 2010)
- Publication Date: August 26, 2010
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B0041G6S3W
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CCNA Wireless Study Guide: IUWNE Exam 640-721 Kindle Edition
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I wish in later edition of this great book:
1. include newer WLC models such as 5500 and OfficeExtend APs
2. need to explain the "order" of AP Discovery steps instead of listing them on page 246
3. include a console capture from a brand new AP that discovers Controller IP via DNS
4. Include screen captures of WLC when a new AP was first registered.
It is not just a book for the exam but also a great resource to understand WLAN better
The accompanying CD has a self-test engine which is mostly just a re-hash of the exam questions from the end of each chapter, but it certainly does help to reinforce the material. In addition, there are a couple of bonus exams. It would be better if the question pool was much larger, however.
I spent a solid month going through this book (along with some other materials) and I managed to pass the exam, although I wasn't a complete newcomer to 802.11 and already had familiarity with 802.1X and 802.11i which helped quite a bit. I got quite a bit out of this book though as it was my main study source, so I can definitely recommend it.
I've read three chapters now, and I wish I would have just stuck with the Cisco Press version. I found more errors in the first few chapters of this book than I found in the entire last Cisco Press book I read. With that, I'm surprised to have read so many reviews suggesting that I purchase this book instead of the Cisco Press book. To support my observations, here are some of the errors I found (these are a few from Chapter 1):
Page 7, first paragraph: "If you look at Figure 1.1 again, you can see the connection back to the wired network is called the distribution system (DS)..." The problem: Figure 1.1's DS is not labeled.
Page 11, first paragraph: "The AP is not connected to a wired network in this example..." The problem: there is clearly a wired network connected in the example, which is right above this sentence.
Page 12, last paragraph: "A good to thing to know..." How do mistakes like this get overlooked?
Page 14, last paragraph: "The uWGB will establish a single wireless connection..." That's supposed to be "aWGB". At the end of that same paragraph: "Good to know is that the uWBG..." That should be "uWGB".
Page 15, last paragraph: References a "Repeater 2" in Figure 1.10, but there is no label for Repeater 2.
Page 23, first paragraph: "...Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Kept me awake when the Cisco official guide puts me to sleep. Todd's writing style is more layman's and casual which definitely helped me in retaining the material. Read morePublished 2 months ago by krsfan
This study guide is easy to read (as far as study guides go) and pretty thorough in covering the basics. Read morePublished on August 12, 2013 by Bryan Patterson
This book is out dated for the current CCNA Wireless exam (640-722), but I still used it in my studies. Read morePublished on June 5, 2013 by Larc
I highly recommend Todd Lammle's books to those people who WANT to learn the material. The courses his books cover are NOT simple courses; there are complicated concepts built on... Read morePublished on February 16, 2013 by Holly Sherman
Chapter 5 despite being informative, you can easily realize that it is cut and (improperly)paste of some longer text written by the author. Read morePublished on January 11, 2013 by Sherif Bahaa Eldin
Purchased for my son who is almost through reading it already and has sincerely thanked me cos it's helped with the knowledge he needs to undertake a CCNA exam.Published on January 8, 2013 by Tracey Davis
Great book packed with information. Todd brings real-life experience into his training materials. I used this to study for the exam and still refer to it sometimes when I'm at... Read morePublished on December 29, 2012 by Rahela
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