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Old 09-01-2004, 08:20 AM   #1
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Default Cisco learners please stand up

how ever wants some cisco study guides raise your hand. cant hypertext sorry.

Connecting to the Internet
  • Requirements for Internet connection
  • PC basics
  • Network interface card
  • NIC and modem installation
  • Overview of high-speed and dial-up connectivity
  • TCP/IP description and configuration
  • Testing connectivity with ping
  • Web browser and plug-Ins
  • Troubleshooting Internet connection problems
Network Math
  • Binary presentation of data
  • Bits and bytes
  • Base 10 number system
  • Base 2 number system
  • Converting decimal numbers to 8-bit binary numbers
  • Converting 8-bit binary numbers to decimal numbers
  • Four-octet dotted decimal representation of 32-bit binary numbers
  • Hexadecimal
  • Boolean or binary logic
  • IP addresses and network masks
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Default Re: Cisco learners please stand up

I'm learning that stuff, I go through Cisco, it's pretty nice.

I have an acct. there so I don't really need this.

But for others it may be awesome.

Something that I'm not really getting at the moment is the Boolean or binary logic, it's kinda confusing, oh well.
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Old 09-01-2004, 11:01 AM   #3
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Something that I'm not really getting at the moment is the Boolean or binary logic, it's kinda confusing, oh well.[/QUOTE]

its like this example (and) 1 1=1/ 1 0=0/ 0 1=0
"AND" is to make a one you need 2 ones

(or) 0 0=0/ 1 0=1/ 0 1=1/ 1 1=1
all you need to make a one for "OR" is to just have 1 one.

(not) 1=0/ 0=1
"NOT" is the Opposite
glad i can help.
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Yeah, if ever you need any help, I can try and help ya out.

If I need any help.. eh Eh EH *wink wink*
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yah I got a cisco acct. too... Its fun at the netacademy! he he!
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