Communicating with Me

  • Only use the e-mail address I gave you in class to communicate with me.
  • Do not use my address and do not e-mail me via Blackboard.
  • Only send e-mail to me from the e-mail account you sent me your contact information.
  • Do not send an unrelated reply to an e-mail I’ve sent you. Start a new e-mail, with an appropriate subject.


  • No late assignments will be accepted.
  • Make sure your full name is saved in your assignment.
  • If you use the RTF or DocX template I supply, type your answers in the table below each question.
    • If you do not use the template I supply, make sure your answers stand out from the text of the question. i.e. bold or underlined, not both.
  • Do not double space.
  • Do not type your answers in all uppercase.
  • Be mindful the assignment number may not be the same as the chapter number.
  • E-mail your assignment at least 2 hours before class starts, on the day that the assignment is due. This should ensure that I receive your assignment before the start of class.
  • Important! No late assignments will be accepted.

Required Textbook

CCNA Certification Study Guide, Volume 2: Exam 200-301

Author(s): Todd Lammle (
ISBN: 978-1-119-66020-0 (eBook)
ISBN: 978-1-119-65918-1 (Paperback)
ISBN: 978-1119659181 (Paperback) (same #, no dashes)
Published date: January 2020
Publisher: Sybex / Wiley


  • Do not delay in acquiring the required textbook.
  • Most of the required material will be from the textbook.
  • You hinder your ability to do well on the exams, and in this class, if you do not keep up with the reading assignments and end of chapter quizzes.

Hands-on Labs

Use Cisco Packet Tracer to practice the hands-on labs

Reference Texts

Connecting to the Internet: A Practical Guide About LAN-Internet Connectivity

Author(s): Andrew F. Ward
Publisher: Addison-Wesley, 1999. ISBN: 0-201-37956-2
Used copies are available through

New York City College of Technology (City Tech)