Let’s go more into depth what the new updates really mean. We will start by analyzing the CCNA. As I described in the previous post, gone are the days of having 11 different tracks, instead there is 1 exam. Why?
As you most likely will have seen, Cisco is “rebooting” their certifications to better align with what is expected of the future work force. As I’ve been busy with Cisco Live, I’m only now starting to write these posts. I’m
We move on to the next topic which is 1.5 Predict the data flow between two hosts across a network This is a very important topic for the CCNA. It may feel a bit overwhelming at first to grasp all
It’s time for the next topic for the CCNA. 1.4 Describe the purpose and basic operation of the protocols in the OSI and TCP/IP models There are tons of books written on the OSI and TCP/IP model so I won’t
We move on to the next topic: 1.3 Identify common applications and their impact on the network When you work in networking, it’s important to have an understanding of how applications work and what are their characteristics. Is it sensitive
The next topic for CCNA is: 1.2 Select the components required to meet a given network specification I wish the blueprint would have been a bit clearer on what they mean with this topic but it’s reasonable to think that
We kick off the CCNA series from the beginning. Operation of IP data networks is weighted as 5% in the CCNA RS blueprint. The first topic is: 1.1 Recognize the purpose and functions of various network devices such as routers,
Hi everyone, People that know me know that I have always been keen on giving back to the community and helping people in their studies. On that note, I have decided to start creating content for a CCNA RS workbook
Hi guys, I am going to be doing two lectures on spanning tree over at the Cisco Learning Network. The first one will be aimed for CCNA level plus and the second one will be aimed for CCNP level plus.
Hey everyone, As most of my readers know by now I like to help people get started with their careers and help them along with their studies. I’ve been quite active on the Cisco Learning Network lately and also I