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CCNA Intro

#1
So my career path is going the CCNA route. My boss wants me to get my CCNA. So here is what i did. I took notes for the ENTIRE CCNA Intro book. I am just posting DOC file incase anyone here needs any studying help etc. So here you guys go....

http://www.realityslap.com/~noobkilla/CCNA%20Intro.doc

Warning: This is an 11Mb File

If anyone at OSNN wants to post this file on the server for the users, feel free to do so.
 

Son Goku

No lover of dogma
#8
Well I've since gotten through Cisco 4 (though I hadn't taken the test yet, yeah I know, it's something I should do...). That said, if I was back in Cisco 1, another study guide could be of use. Giving reps...

BTW, if anyone wants a site to take practice exams in preperation for the CCNA, our Cisco teacher (at the school I took this) directed the class to sign up at this site. It's also got various unit tests, covering various topics covered in the Cisco program...

http://www.celticrover.com/tig/ccna/ccnareviews.asp

There are other links from the main page, but on attempting to login with the default login link, it gave

Runtime Error
Description: An application error occurred on the server. The current custom error settings for this application prevent the details of the application error from being viewed remotely (for security reasons). It could, however, be viewed by browsers running on the local server machine.

Details: To enable the details of this specific error message to be viewable on remote machines, please create a <customErrors> tag within a "web.config" configuration file located in the root directory of the current web application. This <customErrors> tag should then have its "mode" attribute set to "Off"...
The link I provided works. Once in, the options for

* CCNA Exam (CCNA 640-801)
Read a review of the Exam process
or
* CCNA INTRO Exam (INTRO 640-821)
* Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Exam (ICND 640-811)
are options available about in the middle of the page... You can take the practice exams and what not however many times you need to, until you feel ready to sign up for the certification exam itself...
 
#9
I passed my CCNA Intro test today. :)
It is scored from 300-1000 points and you need 825 points to pass
i got 880.
Im so excited
1 down 1 to go.
 

Son Goku

No lover of dogma
#10
gj...

BTW, just in case you're not aware, both tests could have been taken together in one exam. Actually with the voucher we got passing the voucher exam in Cisco 4, the teacher only thought it applied to taking both together, but wasn't sure.

Well, either way, the first of the 2 part is done. Speaking of which, when I get some money together, I should probably study again for it. I took the classes, but it was many months ago.
 

mlakrid

OSNN BASSMASTER
Political User
#14
My raise is going to be affected, if I do not complete my CCNA before jan 20... looks like I wont be ready in time... :(
I am going to try... but it looks doubtful... Grats on passing your first test... can you please let me know what the concentration for that test is?
I know the design principals forwards and back. I also know my subnetting and binary to decimal conversions like no ones business...

So maybe if I brak it down into two tests I could finish it in time as well...

PM me or email me ... THANKS!
 

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