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CCNA & CCNP vs CCNA & MCSE

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CCNA & CCNP vs CCNA & MCSE

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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    santeewelding

    How may we dispossess you?

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    chazgarrett

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

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    santeewelding

    You miss the boat.

    Try, God.

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    chazgarrett

    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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    Mohammad Oweis

    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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    santeewelding

    How may we dispossess you?

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    chazgarrett

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

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    santeewelding

    You miss the boat.

    Try, God.

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    chazgarrett

    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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    Mohammad Oweis

    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