Zacker's Upgrading and Troubleshooting Networks - Complete R

the_alpha_geekguythe_alpha_geekguy Member Posts: 15 ■□□□□□□□□□
I'm currently studying for my A+ OS after doing my HW exam and plan on taking my Network+ shortly after.

I have Zacker's "Upgrading and Troubleshooting Networks, The Complete Reference (2000)" published by Osbourne. It's an extremely detailed book and it comes highly regarded as a thorough Networking Text.

I was wondering if perhaps it's too thorough and how it compares to some of the more commonly referred to Texts recommended on this site.


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    Ricka182Ricka182 Member Posts: 3,359
    I like Mike Myers Network+ All In One book. It's easy to read, without a lot of the confusing stuff, it covers the objectives, and it works. I passed first time. I also used the Technotes from this site, which are a great help as well....
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