I know it’s kind of wrong to say this type of stuff about your own stuff, but I’m just going to
do it—this is a really good book! It might even be the most interesting book I’ve written so far.
A big reason for this is that its scope allowed me to go above and beyond covering the usual
CCNA study guide material and really detail the commands I used in the guide, plus a lot of
additional commands that just happen to be some of my personal favorites.
Do remember that, although very cool indeed, this volume isn’t intended to be a one-stop