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    Default Re: review of ACL notes

    Quote Originally Posted by debdeb
    Also there's no mention of the 'implicit deny' at the end (invisible entry).
    It's mentioned three times actually, including in the first two paragraphs.
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    Johan,

    I think I'd have a tough time without your help!

    I'm going to test for my CCNA in @ 2 months, so wish me luck!
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    Grammatical errors or no grammatical errors, these tech notes seem pretty dang valid to me. Thank you very much Johan!
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    Thanks

    I promise I will have new/updated TechNotes (CCENT and CCNA) ready soon.

    One of the main reasons I haven't been posting a lot in the forums over the past year is that I've been working on CCNA 'material' on-and-off, mostly on, for the past 13 months.
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    Could you leave the older technotes, such as ISDN, on here after the update? Maybe just put it in it's own little section so we can still read through it.

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    Sure no problem.
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    I'd like to see some route summarization tech notes
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    Sure no problem.

    so was a pdf of this ever constructed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Webmaster View Post
    Here are the first in a new serie of TechNotes for the CCNA exam (in random order ):

    These notes are to be considered beta untill I put them all together in a single PDF file. This means the order of certain topics might be changed later and additional info might be added or info might be moved to other TechNotes. Let me know if you have any comments, suggestions so I can edit/replace it before it ends up in the PDF guide.

    Basic Router Configuration and Management

    LAN Technologies

    OSI model

    Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN)

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    Hi
    I really appreciate your work. These are great. Is there anyway that yo u can write a tutorial on(how to set up a "t.f.t.p." server, and access the files from the cisco switches, upgrading the IOS). This is just my request, but I think it will help a lot of people.
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    Only the first note has a printable version, not all of them. Can you please give us the printable versions for the notes. I am asking for the printable(notes not the website).
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    Could we get a technote on binary conversion and subnetting?
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    thanks a lot....!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by isabox View Post
    Hi
    I really appreciate your work. These are great. Is there anyway that yo u can write a tutorial on(how to set up a "t.f.t.p." server, and access the files from the cisco switches, upgrading the IOS). This is just my request, but I think it will help a lot of people.
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    Google will help you with "How-To" setup a TFTP server. This link will give you the basics with little/no explanations. Personally - that is I how I learn best!

    http://www.breakfixhelp.com/iosupgrade.html
    Last edited by desertmouse; 07-19-2010 at 08:37 PM. Reason: hmmm... untitled document shows as link title, guess it's the website ah well!
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    Talking i like your notes



    good job, just wanted you to know they are being read.

    i would say to others who havent taken the exam yet, i would say be sure memorize the commands (and what they do) listed under Manage configuration files, and Load, backup, and upgrade IOS.




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    AWESOME, AWESOME, AWESOME NOTES! Have about 7 weeks before exam time.

    Oh, and btw... I didn't sign up on this site to lern gramher and speling ... again,.. AWESOME job on the Technotes!!
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    Are notes from many years ago still valid?
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    nice thread!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lilmansdad View Post
    Are notes from many years ago still valid?
    Yes, true facts usually remain true after a period of time. More commonly, important facts of one time period become obsolete or irrelevant in another--for example, the ISDN section. At a quick glance the other content mostly seems relevant for CCNA study even today.
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    Nice, thanks a lot
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    Just wanted to say great job here, some fantastic notes nicely done! Cheers
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