CompTIA Network+ or CCNET

  user8 19:09 21 May 09
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Thinking of doing CompTIA Network+ (2009).
And then CCNET or CCNA in late 2009.
Anyone done Cisco CCNET?
And how does if differ from CCNA?

  brundle 19:18 21 May 09

CCENT surely? If you do Network+ that's about half the CCENT covered, minus the Cisco specific stuff and actual Cisco IOS programming (only routers for CCENT, no switches).

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If you're going to study for the CCENT, taking one more exam for your CCNA while you still have the relevant information fresh in your mind would be a good idea. Pass ICND1 for CCENT, ICDN2 after that for CCNA if you take the two exam approach.

  user8 19:20 21 May 09

Correction to above.
Should be CCENT & NOT CCNET

  brundle 19:25 21 May 09

I'm doing it myself now...ICND2 not ICDN2....

  Tech Guy 19:44 21 May 09

I would certainly go for the CCENT (ICND1).

I have always thought the CompTIA exams are a waste of life, having got the A+ a lot of years ago.

A great forum for Cisco certs:

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When you start studying for the ICND1 get CBTNuggetts (Jeremy Cioara is great, you'll see) and the offical cisco exam guide for ICND1.

The CCENT is half of a CCNA ICND1 + ICND2 = CCNA or if you brave can take the single 640-802 exam.

If you do decide to do down the Cisco route, get yourself a lab and learn how to subnet in your sleep

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