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Passing The CCNA And CCNP Exams: Cisco Home Lab FAQ

Discussion in 'News' started by tripwire45, Oct 27, 2005.

  1. tripwire45
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    Passing The CCNA And CCNP Exams: Cisco Home Lab FAQ

    There is a real revolution today among CCNA and CCNP candidates. More and more of you are turning your back on "router simulators" and putting your own CCNA and/or CCNP Home Lab together, which is the best way to totally prepare to pass these tough Cisco exams. I get hundreds of emails every month from CCNA and CCNP candidate who are putting together their first lab or adding to their existing one. I'm always glad to help with suggestions, and I thought I'd list five common questions regarding home labs here.

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    1. Jonathan
      Nice article, i'd personally stay away from the 1900 switch as it isn't in the CCNA exam anymore. I'd get a 2950. Its fun building a lab its the way to go :p

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