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CCNA & CCNP vs CCNA & MCSE

By chazgarrett ·
Ok. So it can be concluded that there are two camps in this issue. One believes that you should generalize and then specialize and the other believes to just specialize. Honestly, I would rather just do things with routers and switches. I would like to be realistic though and do what I need to get a foot in the door or start with a "decent" job. Is it more marketable to have the CCNA & MCSE or have CCNA & CCNP. Please share your thoughts. I consider this website more credible than just lurking the internet searching for answers.

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You got that right

by santeewelding In reply to CCNA & CCNP vs CCNA & MCS ...

How may we dispossess you?

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Lol.

by chazgarrett In reply to You got that right

I love how people who say they are CFO's have such "catchy" comments.

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CFO?

by santeewelding In reply to Lol.

You miss the boat.

Try, God.

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God?

by chazgarrett In reply to CFO?

I really think God has more important things to do than meddling around IT forums. I didn't know someone could enjoy being so conceited.

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Depend

by Mohammad Oweis In reply to CCNA & CCNP vs CCNA & MCS ...

It depends on what you plan to do?
If you want to specialize in Windows servers, then you need MCSE & CCNA, because you need some basic networking skills, this is why you should get CCNA.
And regarding MCSE, i recommend to got for MCITP (Win-2008) instead of MCSE (Win-2003).

And for CCNA & CCNP, this is if yo want to specialize in networking.

As you said "I would rather just do things with routers and switches", so get CCNA & CCNP

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