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    Default I'm loving studying for the CCNA

    I honestly am enjoying this studying more than with any cert before. I can sit around for hours and configure fake networks, and even subnetting is entertaining.
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    Ditto!
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    Yup Cisco is good
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    Sounds like an addiction
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    Definitely!

    I have an MCSE and CCNA, and I have to say, I enjoy Cisco far more..

    Am hoping to move away from Servers/Desktop Support and get myself fully fledged into Network Engineering.

    I love networking soooo much

    At work I have to create some Routers-on-a-stick ready for two sites in Scotland.

    I brought it home to do it because I just want to do it so much, lol.
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    Personaly, I got the bug a long time ago.

    I started by getting a CCNA book (Sybex) to get some basics and ended up getting hooked.
    I now have downloaded every Video Tutorial there is, from CBT, Cisco Press and others. I got everything Cisco, From CCENT to CCIE and everything in between.

    I just love it, rather then watching a film on TV, I watch some Tutorial Videos.
    Most of my free time is reserved to try configurations which end up being a pain to get to work, but I get so into it that I look at the clock and it's something like 4 AM and I still wanna keep going

    Wish there were more hours in a day.....
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    I enjoy Cisco far more..
    to get some basics and ended up getting hooked
    Me too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by renomarcon
    Personaly, I got the bug a long time ago.

    I started by getting a CCNA book (Sybex) to get some basics and ended up getting hooked.
    I now have downloaded every Video Tutorial there is, from CBT, Cisco Press and others. I got everything Cisco, From CCENT to CCIE and everything in between.

    I just love it, rather then watching a film on TV, I watch some Tutorial Videos.
    Most of my free time is reserved to try configurations which end up being a pain to get to work, but I get so into it that I look at the clock and it's something like 4 AM and I still wanna keep going

    Wish there were more hours in a day.....
    lol!
    When Im gonna eat something, I lay down in bed, put some cbt nuggets vid and eat while watching it lol!

    I think we are... whats called... ugh... geeks lol
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    Why be shocked at being a geek?

    I've proudly been a geek for a very long time and wouldn't have it any other way!!
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    Good so i'm not the only one that's attached to CCNA. lolol..I think the ccna nuggets i have for ccna might be old, copyright is 1999 to 2004.
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