About the Book
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This new book fills the gap existing in the complete study aid material available for candidates preparing to set the CompTIA Network+ Exam. This book covers information associated with each exam topic in detail and includes information found in no other book.
This manual is designed to provide information to help readers study for and pass CompTIAs Network+ certification exam. Every effort has been made to make this manual as complete and accurate as possible.
Just reviewing the table of contents, you will see that I was given the freedom to build on what I have learned from running a Voc Tech school. For example, the chapter numbers are written in Base 2. This wasnt done to annoy you. The goal is through reinforcement, learn binary math, since that is how much of computing works.
In this release, I teamed up with another alpha geek, and all around I want all the data person, Helen OBoyle. The end result is you will not find another Network+ book with more geekie details, if you need them.
Yet, we dont make you wade through material. Sections of material have been blocked out so if you dont want/need to know the details of, for example, how we forced a telco to install a DSL line, great.
Who should NOT buy this book! If you simply looking to make sure you know the material to pass N10-002 (CompTIA Network+) DONT buy this work. While we have kept the tone as light as possible, a great deal of serious research has been done to demystify obscure details, such as ATM or PPPoE.
If you are in the game for in-depth understanding, this is this book for you.
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