Struggling To Become a CCNA ? Pass Now
No need to worry, I'm here to guide you. I have gained my CCNA after going through a well organised study technique. I was able to score 986/1000 in my first attempt for which I studied hard for a month not more than that. I want you to go through the simple study plan which I'm suggesting for getting success in CCNA exam. The technique which I'm going to explain is also useful for pursuing your CCNP and higher certificatons. Post your queries and request and check my post regularly on this blog for your success.

I completed my CCNA, CCNP & CCIP (BGP+MPLS) and working towards CCIE.
Trust me, I will show you the right path. I started this blog in the year 2007, I could not post regularly since I was busy with my project. Now I have decided to help young people who are eager to succeed. I would be really happy to help anyone who is really interested in succeeding in career.

Sunday, December 30, 2007

Cisco Books

Cisco IP Routing Protocols Troubleshooting Techniques.chmCisco Pres Cisco - Router Configuration Second Edition(2000).chmCisco Press - 802.11 Wireless Network Site Surveying and Installation.chmCisco Press - 2004 - Home Networking. A Visual Do-It-Yourself Guide - DDU.chmCisco Press - Advanced MPLS Design and Implementation(2001).chmCisco Press - Building MPLS-Based Broadband Access VPNs.chmCisco Press - CCIE Professional Development Cisco LAN Switching(1999).chmCisco Press - CCIE Professional Development Network Security Principles and Practices(2002).chmCisco Press - CCIE Professional Development Routing TCP IP Volume 1 2nd Edition(2005).chmCisco Press - CCIE Self Study CCIE Security Practice Labs(2004).chmCisco Press - CCSP Self-Study CCSP CSI Exam Certification Guide 2nd Edition.chmCisco Press - Cisco LAN Switching Fundamentals.chmCisco Press - Cisco Router Firewall Security(2004).chmCisco Press - Cisco Router Firewall Security.chmCisco Press - Cisco Routing TCPIP Volume I.chmCisco Press - Cisco Routing TCPIP Volume II.chmCisco Press - Definitive MPLS Network Designs.chmCisco Press - Home Networking A Visual Do-It-Yourself Guide.chmCisco Press - Integrated Cisco and UNIX Network Architectures.chmCisco Press - Interdomain Multicast Solutions Guide(2002).chmCisco Press - LAN Switching First-Step.chmCisco Press - Layer 2 VPN Architectures.chmCisco Press - IPSec VPN Design.chmCisco Press - Layer 2 VPN Architectures.chmCisco Press - Network Security Fundamentals.chmCisco Press - Routing First-Step(2004).chmCisco Press - Routing TCP IP Volume II.chmCisco Press - Signaling System No. 7 (SS7C7) Protocol Architecture and Services.chmCisco Press - Storage Networking Fundamentals An Introduction to Storage Devices Subsystems Applications Management and Filing Systems.chmCisco Press - The Business Case For E-Learning.chmCisco Press - The Business Case for Network Security Advocacy Governance and ROI.chmcisco press lan switching first-step.chmCisco Press Network Security Principles and Practices.chmCisco Press Optical Network Design and Implementation.chmCisco Press Top-Down Network Design 2nd Edition(2004).chmcisco press wireless networks first-step.chmCisco Press, Cisco Lan Switching Fundamentals (2004) Ddu.chmCisco.Press.CCIE.Security.Exam.Certification.Guide.CCIE.Self.Study.2nd.Edition.May.2005.eBook-LiB.chmCisco.Press.Cisco.LAN.Switching.Fundamentals.Jul.2004.eBook-DDU.chmCisco.Press.Definitive.MPLS.Network.Designs.Mar.2005.chmCisco.Press.Layer.2.VPN.Architectures.Mar.2005.eBook-LiB.chmCisco.Press.Network.Administrators.Survival.Guide.Sep.2005.chm

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Introduction to Networking - TCP/IP and OSI Model
Learn about Ethernet and Ethernet Standards
Cisco Switch and Router Commands
IP Addressing and Routing Process
Basic Network Protocols - DNS, ARP, DHCP
Router Memory, Configuration Files, Basic Router Commands
Wireless LANs
Static Routing and Introduction Routing Protocol
Cisco WANS
Troubleshooting Cisco Networks and Cisco Hardware

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Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Download CCNA4_Practice_Labs Click here !

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Friday, December 21, 2007

Saturday, December 15, 2007

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Thursday, November 29, 2007

Start Preparing Now

Follow this given link to dwonload Testinside 640-802.
This question bank will help you passing the CCNA exam.

All the best.

Monday, November 19, 2007

Network Fundamentals 2

Friends download this power point which is the second part of my previous post. I am sure it would help you to build your networking knowledge better.

download from here..

see again with some important stuffs...

Thursday, November 15, 2007

Do's & Dont's

Do's & Dont's

1) Learn consistently for 2 to 3 hours daily without giving any break, this will avoid unwanted distraction of other subject you are dealing with.

2) Think only about networking for few months so that you will develop interest in it and you will achieve the target.

3)Do not refer too many books, This will lessen your confidence and a mere waste of time. So stick to one reference book. Understand it well

4)CCNA people must always work on binary- decimal conversion,IP address, Subnetting etc. So keep working on this, so that it flows from your mind without any friction. This is very important for the interview purpose also.

5)always work on simulators along with your reading if required. This will allow you to get acquainted with the commands.

6)Take notes of what you read and you have to refresh it by reading it again the same day then next day morning. Brain tends to forget 90% of the things which you read if it is not reiterated. I will post a separate article on how to memorise better. It will be useful in all the aspect.

See you soon....

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Start Now -First Lesson

Hope all of you have gathered the required materials for your preparation. If so, It's time to start with our first lesson.

If you wanna gain better understanding in CCNA, you must be thorough with the fundamentals i.e the basic computer hardware knowledge. If you are new to networking then it is a mandatory requirement that one must master the computer and network components. If you ask me, Where can I get ? Here it is, you will not get anymore power point simpler than this..

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So go through this 4 modules and understand the hardware part of it. I bet this would give confidence when you climb all cisco certifications.

Download it & read twice or thrice then start referring your CCNA book.
Spend 2 hours daily for reading alone and see what happens....

We'll start with our 2nd lesson soon......

Sunday, November 11, 2007

Rapidshare Cheater

I am giving a link for RapidShare Cheater, This will allow you to download unlimited from rapidshare, I vow.

This will be very helpful for you to gather some of the study materials for free.

Just click on the below given link, wait for few seconds till you get the download option. After the download, just unzip and use it. It works fine on all OS. Follow the user guide which is given along with the crack.

Router Memory - Important for beginners

An important part of your Cisco CCENT and CCNA certification studies is learning the differences between RAM, ROM, NVRAM, and Flash memory. You better know the differences when it comes to working in real-life networks as well, because vital Cisco files are found in these memory types - and since some of these files are lost on a router reload and some are not, we better know which is which!
The memory types and functions discussed in this section are the same for routers and switches, but to keep from saying "routers and switches" 500 times, I'll just say "routers". :)
Configuring the routers is a lot of fun, but we've got to know what's going on inside the router, too! Cisco routers have four different kinds of memory, and while some of the names are similar, their purpose is totally different.
The contents of some of these memory types is kept when the router is reloaded, and others are lost on a reload. We better know which is which!
It's a fair bet that these topics will come up on your CCENT and CCNA exams, and this is also information you've got to know to be a real network admin. Let's examine these four memory types closely and see what each one does!
ROM: Read-Only Memory. ROM stores the router’s bootstrap startup program, operating system software, and power-on diagnostic test programs (POST).
Flash Memory: Generally referred to simply as “flash”, the IOS images are held here. Flash is erasable and reprogrammable ROM. Flash memory content is retained by the router on reload.
RAM: Random-Access Memory. Stores operational information such as routing tables and the running configuration file. RAM contents are lost when the router is powered down or reloaded. By default, routers look here first for an Internetwork Operating System (IOS) file during boot.
NVRAM: Non-volatile RAM. NVRAM holds the router’s startup configuration file. NVRAM contents are not lost when the router is powered down or reloaded.
Some important comparisons:
RAM contents are lost on reload, where NVRAM and Flash contents are not.
NVRAM holds the startup configuration file, where RAM holds the running configuration file.
Let's take a look at the boot process of a Cisco router, and then talk about the dreaded Setup Mode!
The Router Boot Process
When a Cisco router powers up, it first runs a series of POSTs (Power-On Self Test). A POST is a series of diagnostic tests designed to verify the basic operation of the network interfaces, memory, and the CPU.
Depending on the model or router of switch you're using, you can actually see some of these tests being passed. Here, I've reloaded a Cisco 2950 switch, and you can see some of the POSTs being run and passed at the very beginning of the bootup process.
Initializing flashfs...
flashfs[1]: 79 files, 3 directories
flashfs[1]: 0 orphaned files, 0 orphaned directori
flashfs[1]: Total bytes: 7741440
flashfs[1]: Bytes used: 5980672
flashfs[1]: Bytes available: 1760768
flashfs[1]: flashfs fsck took 7 seconds.
flashfs[1]: Initialization complete.
Done initializing flashfs.
POST: System Board Test : Passed
POST: Ethernet Controller Test : Passed
ASIC Initialization Passed
POSTs are particularly effective at detecting major problems early in the boot process, such as a broken fan. If the POST detects such a problem (usually called an "environmental factor") that would cause the router or switch to overheat after booting, the POST will fail, give you a clear message as to why the POST failed, and will then stop the boot process.
But let's speak positively here!
After the router passes the POST, it looks for a source from which to load a valid Internetwork Operating System (IOS). The router has three sources from which it can load an IOS image, and it's a good idea to know these sources and the order in which the router will look in each for the IOS image:
1. Flash memory (the default).
2. A TFTP server. (Trivial File Transfer Protocol)
3. Read-Only Memory (ROM)
To change that order, a change must be made to the configuration register, and we'll talk about that later in the course. It's similar to the Microsoft Registry in that you should never change this value unless you are sure of the result.
Once the IOS is found, the router looks for a valid startup configuration file. By default, the router will look for the startup configuration file in Non-volatile RAM (NVRAM).
If no valid startup configuration file is found, the router enters setup mode, where the router runs the system configuration dialogue, a series of questions involving basic router setup. We'll take a look at Setup Mode in the next installment of my exclusive 640-802 CCNA and CCENT certification exam tutorial series!

Saturday, November 10, 2007

Materials Required For CCNA Exam

I'm gonna explain my study technique which I gathered after experimenting with several people like my friends, colleagues etc. They all succeeded & also appreciated me for my plan. This motivated me to start such a blog.
Please gather all the study materials now for your exam preparation.

You need the following things.
1. Single Book for referring Like Cisco Press Book or CCNA Study guide by Todd Lamle.
I personally suggest you to use Todd Lamle as a beginner for easy understanding.
2.CBT (Computer Based Training) program for understanding the concepts indepth without much effort.
There are several CBT programs available in the market. I prefer few of them like Trainsignal, CBT Nuggets. They are the best.
3.Cisco Router/Switch simulator like Boson.
4.Exam preparation dumps.
There are several Dumps available in the market. I prefer some of the best product like Pass4sure & Testinside. These are very effective one.
5. membership in few IT certificate forum, The best forum is You will get lot of valuable information from this site in forum section.

So before my next post arrange all the above materials and support programs so that we can start with our study plan. I need your comments to provide better information regarding your cisco certification.