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Discussion in 'Network Infrastructure' started by Helder Julio, Mar 21, 2009.

  1. Helder Julio

    Helder Julio New Member

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    Hi there!


    Please I'm intending to do a ccna course, as i'm completly new with computer, I would like to know where to start i.e. should I start with mcse then A+, Network+ then CCNA or what? Please I need an advice.

    10x
     
  2. BosonMichael
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    If you're new to computers, the CCNA is not the best thing for you... the CCNA is for people who are already doing network administration... and network administration isn't usually done for years after you get into IT.

    What you ought to pursue is the A+, Network+, and MCDST... and no farther until you get some real-world IT experience under your belt.

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  3. Pheonicks56

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    Exactly what BosonMichael said, no point jumping into the lake when you've never dipped your toe into the kiddy pool. Try self studying for the A+ by using either Mike Meyers A+ All In One or the Sybex All In One, this will take you from a beginner user to help desk support tech in a matter of months. From there move onto either Network+ or MCDST, if you want to go the CCNA route then I would suggest Network+.
     
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