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CCNA Lab design and ips...............

Discussion in 'General Cisco Certifications' started by capita alex, Aug 25, 2009.

  1. capita alex

    capita alex New Member

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    Hi,

    first post so hope don't make an arse of myself................

    studying for the ccna for more years than I can care to mention, if you passed it for owning 7 ccna books or more I'd be laughing........

    I tend to start studying, get bored to death with the OSI and then give up.....

    not this time however !!! I have a lab at home and the packet tracer router sim, my issue is when I sit down with it, its a case of where do I start ???

    if anyone has any info on lab setups with example IP's on interfaces that would be v useful, think I just need a kick in the right direction. It doesn't matter what examples they are, although I have x amount of routers at home I can use the Sim if need be.

    I'm tempted to give my Xbox away until I pass at least the CCENT, this is how desperate it is !!!!

    thanks in advance

    aj
     
  2. Bonneville

    Bonneville Bit Poster

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    Depends upon what equipment you have! I studied through the Networking Academy and so had loads of labs to work through. I also bought quite a bit of equipment as well - sometimes I thought I had too much!
     
    Certifications: MCSE, CCNA
    WIP: CCNA Security, CCNP
  3. HMSPresident

    HMSPresident Bit Poster

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    ..read the books? :blink

    An easy way to remember the OSI model is;

    Please - Physical
    Do - Data-link
    Not - Network
    Throw - Transport
    Sausage - Session
    Pizza - Presentation
    Away - Application
     
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    WIP: BCMSN
  4. ericrollo

    ericrollo Megabyte Poster

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    i memorized the OSI layers the hardcore way on the A+
     
    Certifications: MOS Master, A+, MCP 271
    WIP: HND, Programming, Another Job

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