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CISCO HSRP and ISLA commands and tutorials

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Hi Experts,

Can you give me free online links to help me self study Cisco HSRP and IP SLA track commands.
I'm currently taking up Cisco CCNA module class, and just found out HSRP and IPSLA are not
part of the modules :) . Those features of CISCO are one of the many reason why I took up the class.

Thank You,

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Its not in the CCNA

I would try and get a hold of material from the 642-813 Exam - Implimenting Cisco Switched Networks (SWITCH). Theres a whold chapter in the book - its part of the exam. I have it infront of me if you want the ISBN number or anything specific from it... i aint writing it all down and posting it on here though hehehe

Not sure about free though - im sure a person of your talents can source something :-)
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HSRP is now covered in the CCNA (v2) material. Which if you're just starting out, you definitely want to use as the V1 material (and exam) will only be available until 9/30/2013.

However, SLA is not covered in the courseware or exam.

As surbabu140977 states, don't do any more than is required. Sometimes, knowing too much will result in an incorrect answer on the exam. Annoying, but true. :-(
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