There are no study materials for 642-732 but there is a Cisco Press Quick Reference Guide for 642-731.
The link explains the type of questions
There is a rumour that training materials will be available however dont hold your breath as its only a rumour at this stage.,.
You can try the URL provided by Pete above or you can also check out the "What Are the Exams Like?" section in the About Certification Exams page for general information on the type of questions in certification exams.
There is some material in the works from Cisco Press for the new CCNP Wireless but there is no specific information at this time.
Currently, there are training courses available for the new CCNP Wireless v2.0 exams through an authorized Cisco Learning Partner. To locate a Cisco Learning Partner, you can use the Global Learning Locator.
Good luck in your certification goals!
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Well, the exams are listed in the following order:
I have heard a lot of people say that the exams kind of build off of each other when taken in the listed order. Of course that was feedback from v1 exam takers. Keep in mind of the May 11th deadline of taking the v1 tests. However, I personally chose to do CUWSS and IAUWS first because those are the areas of my experience. I will do IUWVN next and IUWMS last.
Thanks for your reply, I have decided I will do the IUWVN next, just been trying to find some study material, in the way of books there dosen't seem to be much out there, will look into the new e-book when it comes out this month & reading through peoples comments they seemed to be looking at ver 4.0 study guides/design guides.
What are you going to be using for study for the Voice certificate.
There is a Mobility design guide a voice over wireless design guide that are cisco.com documents and the quick ref guide by cisco press that comes out at the end of May. Those will be my main IUWVN study materials.
There is also a voice over wireless book by Cisco Press that was released in 2007, so it is a little dated, but I think it would be a good resource, not sure if I will spend the money or not. I am hoping someone in the study group gets it so we can at least hear some feedback about it.