ICND2 Advice

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  1. adamswilliams

    adamswilliams New Member

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    Hi All - Long time reader, first time poster!

    I really need some advice on the the ICND2 exam, I hope someone can help! I took the ICND1 exam at the end of 2014 (passed comfortably) but for a couple of reasons, mainly work and personal, I never got around to sitting the ICND2. I read pretty much all the Lammle book, took practice tests and did various labs. I was very close to be 'exam ready'.

    Since then I've let myself go a little on the subnetting front. Never was great at maths, so I put alot of effort into getting ready ICND1. Daily subnet questions etc. My question is, should I put that much effort into getting this side right this time? Or is the subnetting side not that 'heavy' on the ICND2?

    Thanks!
     
  2. heky2k

    heky2k New Member

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    Its not that 'heavy'. Watch youtube videos, and get yourself the subnetting games from cisco. Do those for about 15-30 minutes per day.
     
  3. Melonie001

    Melonie001 New Member

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    They changed the INCD's exam, if anyone can share some good materials for the new exam, please PM.

    Thanks!
     
  4. Melonie001

    Melonie001 New Member

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    They changed the INCD's exam, if anyone can share some good materials for the new exam, please PM.

    Thanks!
     
  5. adamswilliams

    adamswilliams New Member

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    Hi All/Melonie

    I passed the previous ICND2 last weekend (920/1000). Thanks for the advice.

    Melonie, there's not a great amount of material for ICND2 v3 at the moment. I'm a member of subnetting.net (Cost $5 per month) who have videos for the v3 exams as well as practice tests and subnetting exercises. Really helpful stuff.

    Other than that I used the Todd Lammle study guide but you might need to wait for the next issue of this.

    I did have a look over the exam topics for ICND2 v3 (in case I didn't pass my v2!) and they look roughly similar though except they've ditched Frame Relay (finally!) and added QoS which will be a far more relevant topic
     
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  6. Jaron78

    Jaron78 Gigabyte Poster Forum Leader

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    Stop recommending Dumps you idiot!
     
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  7. sharonfrank

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    hellooo plz tell me if you have good suggestion
    i want your help
     
  8. SimonD
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    SimonD Terabyte Poster

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    Use Todd Lammle's book and get some practice exams (Boson etc)
     
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  9. sharonfrank

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    how much time required for complete study
     
  10. SimonD
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    That's going to be very subjective, if you know the subject it could be weeks, if not it could be months.
    Only you really know how much you know / understand.
     
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