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  1. CCNA: A Comprehensive Guide to the Latest CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) Certification, Including Advice and Tips on Taking the Exam (2020) English | 2020 | ASIN: B08479CVSZ | 124 Pages | PDF/EPUB | 7.96 MB Network engineers that want to advance their careers or learn more about the Cisco technology they are working with should invest in a Cisco certification. As a Cisco Certified professional, a person is armed with all the knowledge they need to succeed in their chosen area of expertise. The certification is globally recognized and sought after by major corporations, especially in today's ever-evolving world of IT technology. Cisco ensures that its certified network professionals are kept up to date with the latest technologies and trends. Obtaining a Cisco Certification validates that the IT professionals are dedicated to their career, it opens up new career paths, and may move them into a higher salary bracket. Cisco Certified professionals are in demand worldwide and that demand is increasing with the rapid technology development growth. They are also among the top-paying jobs in the world! If you are an IT professional wanting to further your career as a Cisco Certified professional, then it all starts with the new Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) qualification.Recently, Cisco announced that they were revamping their certifications. They want to ensure their courses include all the latest technological innovations that pertain to their industry sector. On 23 February 2020 Cisco will be launching its new courses that affect each level of certification, from entry-level to architect level. They have retired some of their courses in an effort to streamline the certification path.Before, the CCNA consisted of multiple courses and exams, one for each network path, such as CCNA Cloud, CCNA Routing and Switching, CCNA Security. This meant three different courses and three different exams. The new CCNA replaces these individual CCNA courses and exams, which means one course covering a broader spectrum of IT fundamentals. It also means the IT professional only has to sit one exam to obtain their certificate!This book is a guide to help you discover the new Cisco Certified Network Associate (CNNA) certificate. It covers the new layout of the 200-301 CCNA exam topics plus a helpful guide on what to expect from the exam. The book will help you understand the networking fundamentals you will need to know in order to pass the new CCNA certification exam.It is the ideal book for those that are just starting out in their network engineering career and aspiring to become Cisco certified. It is also a book for anyone who is struggling with their CCNA exam, wants to know what to expect from the new 200-301 CCNA certification, and those that need a refresher on various network fundamentals. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  2. Cisco CCNA Command Guide: Tips and Tricks to Learn Cisco CCNA Command Guide (2020) 110 Pages | PDF/EPUB | 3.11 MB Have you always wondered if there was a way to improve your standing in the networking industry? Did you know about the CCNA Routing and Switching examination but didn’t know what to study? Do you want to know what it will take for you to ace the examination? If you answered yes to these questions, then you have come to the right place. If you are an employee in the networking industry, you know that the CCNA Routing and Switching certification is one of the most sought-after certifications one can obtain. Most employers want to hire candidates who have a CCNA certification, and networking companies want to hire employees with the CCNA Routing and Switching certification. This certification will increase your career opportunities, help you develop the necessary knowledge and skills, keep you abreast of the changes and developments taking place, and also help to prepare you to handle any problems that may arise. You will also learn more about the different ways to configure and develop a network. This is, however, a lot of information to bear in mind, and you must understand what you are getting yourself into before you sign up for the examination. PDF/EPUB [hide][Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]]
  3. Hey folks, I am recently preparing for CCNA 200-125 (v3.0) exam. I am broadly lost in this vast field and would appreciate any one who could guide me in the right direction and as to what I need to focus on (as in, an outline for the course) and a structured approach to completing the course with flying colors. I am not just looking to pass the course but pass with marks and Knowledge about the field. Any form of help would be greatly appreciated. Also, is there any possibility of using an app to access this forum via Mobile interface (while one the go). Sincerely, m4mohdali
  4. Guys this certification forum is very helpful in preparation of CCIE Security Lab; rahulkashyap, MrR0b0t, tonythetiger and others are doing fantastic job. And really there is no need to purchase expensive lab dumps. I missed my first Lab attempt this week and failed in config section mainly because I didn't practiced enough and rightly paced myself during lab. All the material in these forum posts are well enough to pass the exam. I wanted to share few takeaways from my last attempt with you guys, and will subsequently add further details in the post later. R1-SSH ------------ ( if you land on enable mode (>) then you will miss these 3 points, use following attributes on ISE authorization profile to land directly on Privilege mode (#). You should see # sign upon login, else will lose these marks) Cisco:cisco-av-pair=shell:priv-lvl=15 Radius:Service-Type=Administrative Radius:Idle-timeout = 172800 or Cisco:cisco-av-pair=priv-lvl=15 Radius:Service-Type=NAS-prompt-user Radius:Idle-timeout = 172800 Run 'show priv' without 'enable' .. if its privilege-level 15 then you are good ASA-virtual ---------------- (Virtual ASAs might have crypto keys, XML files and bookmarks already present, don't use them or else it will cost a lot of time troubleshooting, start afresh and issue following commands before configs) crypto key zeroize rsa noconfirm delete flash:/*.xml ASA-physical ------------------ (context CFG files might be present in disk0, this will load the config as soon as you issue config url disk0:/admin.cfg or c1.cfg; delete old config files beforehand using following commands) delete *.cfg SW2 - Physical Switch ------------------------------ (clear old CTS pac and environment datat) clear cts credentials clear cts pac all clear cts environment-data clear cts server NGIPS --------- Delete or ignore pre-configured access-control policy. make new access-control policy instead to make life easier Familiarize with the Lab environment ----------------------------------------------------- Practice on Mechanical Keyboard and with Dual Screens Learn short-cut keys to move window-tabs between screens Lab will be chilling cold - Take jackets to keep your self warm and some thing for hands too. Trust me my hands were freezing cold after 3 hours, and I couldn't type fast enough. Don't practice on SecureCRT tabs, during lab its Putty terminal with no tabs so better to get used to it. Practice on simple Notepad and Learn its shortcuts (specially Ctrl+H for quick replacements) Learn commands by heart and type them on notepad as mini config scripts and save the file; terminals response an be patchy, don't do larger chunks of config directly on CLI. Last tip ---------- Practice, Practice, and Practice.. try to master all CLI configs and do it in 90 minutes max in your practice sessions. Rest of the time you will gonna need for GUIs, PCs, troubleshooting. And never think 5 hours will be enough for Config part, save as much time as you can in Troubleshooting and Diagnostics and start making your notepad config scripts.
  5. Hi All, What tips do you have for studying for the CISA exam? What areas should you focus on the most? Are most of the questions, situational questions ? Any definition questions? Thank you all in advance
  6. Since DOCCD is the only authorized documentation in CCIE LAB Exam, I was wondering if you have some hidden place where we can find interesting topics in case we forget about something in the exam, Please let me share mine : To access protocols number and some subnetting information DOCCD : [Hidden Content] Security Firewall ASA ASA Software CLI Book 1: Cisco ASA Series General Operations CLI Configuration Guide, 9.4 Reference Addresses, Protocols, and Ports
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