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network plus certification; understanding

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powerCert on YouTube has a 3 hour video on network+ (another 3 hour animated video on a + certification also)


i see arp lines being drawn back and forth where 2 computers are sending and asking for information

dns where a third computer has the domain name

animation helps me but i feel i am just memorizing and not understanding


professor messor has a different approach.
he is a talking head on top right of each powerpoint slide and tells us what keyword to memorize.
usually 3 keywords a slide

i dont understand why seeing him talk on a 1 inch( 2 cm) by 1 inch corner adds to the learning.

it is just powerpoint memorizing 3 keywords a slide
no background



is there a better way to learn network +

i do not care about cramming for a test;
i rather just understand the material


please add zones because i am unsure what zone
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Giovanni Heward earned 2000 total points
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Take a look here.  Not only is the book excellent, it includes labs, videos, and practice exams as well.
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thanks for mike meyers
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