PIA777
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Cisco Certification

Sat Jul 25, 2009 3:25 am

Any Cisco guys out there? CCNA, CCNP or even the coveted CCIE? I am going thru the certification process. I just started taking a course. Its very interesting but alot of material to cover. Any advice?

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RE: Cisco Certification

Sat Jul 25, 2009 3:31 am



Quoting PIA777 (Thread starter):
Any Cisco guys out there? CCNA, CCNP or even the coveted CCIE? I am going thru the certification process. I just started taking a course. Its very interesting but alot of material to cover. Any advice?

I swear when I first saw this and I thought it said "Crisco certification" lol

Anyways what is Cisco are they the internet/networking people?
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RE: Cisco Certification

Sat Jul 25, 2009 3:37 am

I've done the first half of the CCNA course. I found the hardest part was working out sub-netting and the calculations involved to work it out. I guess the rule to doing well in this course is the same as any other and that's to study, study, study. If you're allowed extra lab time, get in there and have a play and do the online practice tests.
 
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RE: Cisco Certification

Sat Jul 25, 2009 4:37 am



Quoting Bill142 (Reply 2):
I found the hardest part was working out sub-netting and the calculations involved to work it out.

Agree 100%. Sub-netting is the hardest part. Know OSI layers. Download "Packet Tracer" from Cisco website. It's very helpful. Specially if you don't have access to a router.
 
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RE: Cisco Certification

Sat Jul 25, 2009 1:43 pm



Quoting Bill142 (Reply 2):
I've done the first half of the CCNA course. I found the hardest part was working out sub-netting and the calculations involved to work it out. I guess the rule to doing well in this course is the same as any other and that's to study, study, study. If you're allowed extra lab time, get in there and have a play and do the online practice tests.

Subnetting is the hardest part so far. I agree.

Quoting Nirmalmakadia (Reply 3):
Agree 100%. Sub-netting is the hardest part. Know OSI layers. Download "Packet Tracer" from Cisco website. It's very helpful. Specially if you don't have access to a router.

Thanks.

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RE: Cisco Certification

Sat Jul 25, 2009 2:37 pm



Quoting 7324ever (Reply 1):
I swear when I first saw this and I thought it said "Crisco certification" lol

Anyways what is Cisco are they the internet/networking people?

http://www.cisco.com/

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