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CCNA / CCNP Certs / Hardware track

By SGS_GTI_JAY ·
I'm looking at pursuing my CCNA / CCNP in the near future. I've been working for about a year on Catalyst 6500's and multiple cisco routers in an enterprise environment. But with that said all this gear has been specifically speced out to perform certain requierments.

I recently found a catalyst 5513 for rather cheap 13 slot chassis with 12 slot's utilized with many mod's i'm wondering if it's worth picking this up and continue to try to aquire all the components for cheap prices or if there is a better solution as in going with ciscokits that offer a complete package for a little steaper price?

What is the base line that i should be looking at spending to be able to faciliate all the labs fro both CCNA and CCNP? What Routers and Switches should i be using to achieve all of this and overall how many devices will i need?

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CCNA still going?

by david.wallis In reply to CCNA / CCNP Certs / Hardw ...

is the CCNA still going ? i read somewhere that cisco had changed its certs to a different format?

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Re: CCNA Still going!

by SGS_GTI_JAY In reply to CCNA still going?

David,

Cisco has changed there track a little and added something called CCENT below the CCNA. CCENT is a Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician. the current model goes as follows from lowest to highest cert.

CCENT
CCNA
CCNP
CCIE

Cisco Certification Paths
http://www.cisco.com/web/learning/le3/learning_career_certifications_and_learning_paths_home.html

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ahhhhhh

by david.wallis In reply to Re: CCNA Still going!

cool :) i went the microsoft route. thought about ccna but the need to renew it every few years put me off

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