CCNA Study Guide or other books?

Good day! The question is. The best way to learn computer networks, books from cisoc, or books from Oliferov or Tanenbaum? As knowledge in this subject I have, ask for advice from seasoned. To be more effective?
March 20th 20 at 11:50
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March 20th 20 at 11:52
Read everything. Start with CCNA, read. Do not understand, this is normal, then go to "Computer networks, a top-down approach", will understand more. Then Oliferov, there secure.
March 20th 20 at 11:54
I started with Oliferov and now would have done the same. The only thing you can't to read everything, and read the introduction, then about then about Ethernet and IP mask, and routing. After that, Cisco there is the emphasis on practice more and the theory is needed anyway. And again back to Olivera to combine practice with theory. Tannenbaum can be left for later.

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