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It talks about diagrams and pictures in the CCNA book which makes no sense as you can't see them, and because of this many topics are extremely difficult to understand.
The layout of this book is all wrong. It's supposed to give you a walkthrough on commands etc.. but doesn't. Intead of reading out the commands and syntax you need to configure the cisco equipment, the narrator refers to documents and articles that are obviously in the book but not available in the audio book. This is a terrible layout. He also refers in the book to the section where he shows you how to perform a base configuration on cisco devices, however, he doesn't go into this at all. Either this is just left out to in the audio book or it's referred to in a diagram that we have no access too. Also, The chapters are mixed up in order. He explains tha the next chapter is "Cisco configuration" and then continues to go to on to access lists etc.. I'm sure the book is a good read when you have access to the documents and reference images that come with the book. However, this just doesn't work in Audiobook format.
Yes, the information was good, but the fact that he refers very little of the configuration syntax and commands is very bad. Definitely not good for exam practice.
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