CCENT Study Guide

Discussion in 'Routing & Switching' started by craigie, Aug 18, 2009.

  1. BosonMichael
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    An SDM simulator would work. :)

    Here's Boson NetSim in action:

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  2. Simonvm

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    Well, for 99 $ I could get a couple of routers too, which I can still sell afterwards :)
     
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  3. BosonMichael
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    Well, those are pretty much the only solutions available, my friend. Most of the video-based training stuff out there is about that expensive (or more so), and you wouldn't get any actual hands-on experience.
     
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  4. addernoire

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    Hello Craigie!!!

    You do realise that when you do use Cisco Packet Tracer, there are only a few commands that do work. Not all the commands are available. One good question is this; which is better, going for a CCNA or doing the CCNA in two stages i.e ICND1 and ICND2?

    Any help would be appreciated as I am new to this forum.

    Rob
     
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  5. gosh1976

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    I wouldn't say only a few commands work in packet tracer. In fact most if not all the commands that you need to learn for ICND1 work in packet tracer.

    All the commands needed to complete the labs in this thread certainly work. That's not to say that you shouldn't seek to do some things on a real life lab in studying for the CCENT. For one thing you need to know how to use SDM and that can't be done in packet tracer.

    I've seen a lot of people recommending the two test route.
     
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  6. ddools101

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    Does anyone where I would be able to get a copy of the CBT Nugget to download for my CCENT start?
    Thank you very much..
    STE
     
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  7. SimonD
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    I sure do, go and download it from here
     
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  8. simonjenkins

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    I used the official study guides my Wendell Odom and i did just fine.
     
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  9. networkkiddo

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    thanks for the share
     

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