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    Default suggestions for home lab when studying for the ccda

    Do any of you use a lab while studying for your ccda?

    I was thinking that a home lab isn't really necessary. What do you guys think?

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    Hey Clarson,

    Just curious, what material are you using to study for this due to the fact that the book isn't yet released?
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    Do you have plans going to CCNP or CCIE after this?
    If its ony ccda then gns3/iou/virl are good enough.
    Quote Originally Posted by clarson View Post
    Do any of you use a lab while studying for your ccda?

    I was thinking that a home lab isn't really necessary. What do you guys think?

    Thanks
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    CCDA you dont need a lab. It is all logic. ITIL Cisco Verison.
    CCDP you need to have an understanding of architecture and why it is the way Cisco recommends.
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    dont need to lab anything but that is really down to the individual,as its manly all concepts
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    You don't have to lab anything. It's mostly theory and situational knowledge.

    Now, the CCDP is a different story .
    Reading: Lab Books, Ansible Documentation Goals: Bash Shell/Python Automation Refinement [], CCIE R&S Written [X], AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate (Maybe) [] CCIE R&S Counter: Somewhere between zero and infinity
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