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expaddy wrote:The fifth edition is the old book by todd so you may want to update that but you could still use it for most of what is covered, check the Cisco website for the latest exam objectives.
ICND 1 is pretty easy so it's a good first step if you want to see how far you've come, make sure you have subnetting completely under control before doing the exam. Be able to do it in your sleep and the exam will be a lot easier. ICND 1 concentrates on concepts so study the CBT vids and take notes.
You could buy the switches to get some hands on experience, so why not?
If you stick with the CBT and buy the Sybex study guide you should pass with flying colours, good luck.
Tue Jul 31, 2012 8:33 am
RoDDy wrote:1) CBTNuggets video series (I love Jeremy)
Tue Jul 31, 2012 12:04 pm
Merijeek wrote:RoDDy wrote:1) CBTNuggets video series (I love Jeremy)
Jeremy is good. Listening to him versus, say, Chris Bryant is like the difference between a good teacher and Ben Stein on lithium. A word of caution here, though it won't apply for some time.
The CBT Nuggets stuff is good through your CCNA-level stuff. However, I have to say I found them to be nearly useless once I'd hit the NP level. I remember going through the CCNP CBT Nuggets by Jeremy and, at the end, thinking "Man, I already knew 90% of this." Once I'd worked my way through other stuff, well, let's say it was more like 20%. The CCNP CBT Nuggets are way too information-light to actually help you pass the exams.
IMO of course.
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