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What's the best strategy of study?

By edock ·
Can you make an informed suggestion as to a quality study progression that will provide not only intracate detail, but also a highly reliable concept or grasp of the big picture of Lans, Wans, and everything in between. Additionally, can you tailoryour suggestion to include a natural progression of certification as one's knowledge increases, utilizing the path that you suggest?

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You asked for it....

by ghstinshll In reply to What's the best strategy ...

Since you only asked for LAN, WAN, etc..

Study Network + first, then CCNA... By then you'll be ready for a $50,000 job as a network analyst!!!!!!

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(sarcasm)

by ghstinshll In reply to You asked for it....

Ok, you probably couldn't really hear the sarcasm in that last post, but seriously... here's what you really need to know.

I'm assuming a lot here, so I'll keep it efficient in case you really knew what you were asking for, but sinc eyou asked that question, I think it's safe to assume you don't.

Assuming you don't have a tech job, star tby studying the A+, and Network+. Then try to find a job on a help desk or assistant level to get your foot in the door of a company, and work for a couple of years. While there, take advantage of whatever career advancement opportunities you can get, like tuition reimburement, certification, study time, etc... Then re-evaluate after you feel comfortable at your level and think about MCP and/or CCNA exams....

Always remain professional, knowledgeable, and respectable. This will accel your career. Some natural charm helps too.

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Appreciate your response.

by edock In reply to (sarcasm)

Wanted to thank you for the sound advice. I has helped provide direction that I wouldn't have had without it.

Again,

Thanks,

Ed

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