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  1. Hi guys, Doing My PMP in the next 2-3 months. Let's help each other to study and discuss the content of the exam. Drop or PM me your skype ID to add you in the group.
  2. Guys i have CCNA Security INE videos. Please suggest that is this enough for CCNA Security as i'm planning to go for CCNA Security Certification. My Study Plan is as follows To understand every concept explained in INE videos After understanding the concept do research about the topic By research i mean reading from Cisco DOC, Wikipedia and other websites to get a more clear understanding about the concept After getting the concept applying those concepts in Labs i.e in CLI on different versions of ASA and then practicing on ASDM To get the clear understanding of the commands i can take help of cisco docs or CCNA Security Command Reference Guide. Guys please suggest if all of this is enough or do i need to go for some more resources.
  3. Can someone share CBT Nuggets CEH V8 Study Guide PDF(James Conrad). It's comes with the video.
  4. Hi guys I need a study partner for the 70-461: Querying Microsoft SQL Server 2012. Preferably someone in London so we can meet up but all are welcome we can communicate over skype. If you're interest please let me know. No time wasters please.
  5. Hello Everyone i need toask you a very important question i need to study MCSA/MCSE 2012 course the Tracks are : 70-410 , 70-411 , 70-412 , 70-413 , 70-414 i need to know the order of studying those tracks Thank you
  6. Hi All, I need 642-737 iauws exam 193 question latest dumps. Request you to please help me to get these dumps ([Hidden Content])
  7. Hi all, i passed my CCNA and now i am focused to pass Comptia CSA and RHCSA. For RHCSA i have this materials> BOOKS RHCSA RHCE Red Hat Linux certification study guide (exams EX200 & EX300)-McGraw-Hill Education (2016) UNIX and Linux System Administration Handbook (4th Edition) - Evi Nemeth, Garth Snyder, Trent R. Hein, Ben Whaley VIDEOTUTORIALS Linux Academy - Red Hat Certificate of Expertise in Server Hardening Prep Course Linux Academy - Red Hat Certified Systems Administrator Prep Course Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) with Virtual Machines, Second Edition Ermin Kreponic's Course for CentOS and Red Hat Linux - RHCSA is that enougth>? Thanks
  8. Dear All, Does anyone have the ebook Prince2 Study Guide, David Hinde .pdf format? I need to learn project management methodology from this book Thanks, Regards, Juliardi Indra Ferdianto
  9. Hi, If you are interested in studying and/or teaming up with someone, feel free to post a request here. Cheers, J.
  10. Hi, Here you are, ready to take over the world, but you don't know where to start ;-) Well, the start is actually called JNCIA-JunOS (JN0-101). It's a base level certification, which provides you with starter level knowledge of JunOS and network technologies. This entry-level cert, is used as a stepstone to all other Juniper certifactions tracks (SP, SEC, ENT). There are some exceptions, please check out the juniper site for details All study materials for JNCIA can be found for free of charge, on the Juniper site. It contains a web based training for those new to networking technology in general, as well as a 2-part study guide. The only thing you need to do is to create an account on the juniper learning portal and you are good to go to download your study material (this account will serve you you in the future for other materials too) : [Hidden Content] Good luck & please join our study group. J.
  11. Hi, I am almost ready to take the lab. I would like to make a team of people almost ready that we can discuss and collaborate to get success. We need people that can discuss question from cciecert/pcl/csl,. ... (you need to already have them) In team we can crack and break the exam. Only want people ready for lab. Anyone ready to go in the next month? interested? PM me USAIE Some member PM me so you can join we are now not alone anymore... The more we are and the easiest it's gone be to pass
  12. CCNA Study Guide Training CCNA – Study Guide Training MP4 | Video: AVC 1280×720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 6.5 Hours | 902 MB Genre: eLearning | Language: English Start preparing for the Cisco CCNA with this course: Just under 9 hours it’s our biggest yet we know you’ll love it If you’re the type of person that doesn’t like to waste time, learn at a quick yet easy pace, and follow along with state of the art “Prezi” guides and voice overs, then boy do we have the course for you! The average amount of lecture time for a course like this is 25 hours, but ours is 10. It’s not less information. It’s just exactly what you need to know. “Coming from the mind of an industry expert with 20+ years of experience, Sam masterfully breaks down every last detail in a quick, easy to understand way. His teaching style is light and quick, and I just can’t make myself bored” – Isaiah T. 5 Stars “This course makes CCNA topics like routing technologies and network device security as simple as possible. I really enjoyed it, and I will definitely being taking more of your courses.” – Trever Eason 5 Stars In fact, there’s mile long lists of people raving about our courses, and how much they love them, and we know you will too. Download Link Grab a premium account to download a full fast speed: Get Download Link: [Hidden Content]
  13. admo

    Starting DC Journey

    Hi Guys, Just moved from next door.. finished RS and wat to study DC now, Can you advice how to start preparation please ? I was thinking to get and watch all INE courses first, then practice n1k and ACI and move to rack rentals . I beleive we don't need to rent everything: - ACI can be rented for free from dot1q.c - nexus 1k can be installed onXS and practiced over tere what about others ? Can you please share your study experience ? how about preparation time ? for exmple R&S took me 2 yeas, what about DC track ?
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