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Hello Everybody Need More Information about how can I get Cisco Certification.

Discussion in 'New Members Introduction' started by el_angel, Feb 24, 2014.

  1. el_angel

    el_angel New Member

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    Hello please i new here i will like to know information about how can i get some IT Certification.

    thank you

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  2. Juelz

    Juelz Gigabyte Poster

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    Im no expert but from what I've heard unless you have experience with Cisco products I wouldn't attempt the CNNA exams.. what IT experience do you currently have? if none then start with Comptia A+ then Network+
     
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  3. RussLP

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    If you have zero networking experience, I would recommend the Network+ exam, then either CCENT, or CCNA.

    There was a lot I learnt studying N+, which isn't covered in the CCNA. Both are entry level certs, but the N+ is not vendor specific and is great for a general overview of networking.

    Buy the Official Study guides and book some exams.
     
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  4. SimonD

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    The CCNA is not an entry level cert, if you want an entry level Cisco cert then go for the CCENT (the ENT is the give away there).
     
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