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    I took my ccna classes in jun 2005-jun 2006 when i was 19, just image how much it has changed hahaha. When i took my security in 2006 classes the operating system structure was completely different with CatOs it was like one big text file, frame relay, x.25 and all those old technologies were main topics.
    I starting to feel like an old man haha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JustFred View Post
    Ah so if you have a the old ccent, you can take the new ICND2 or the old ICND2 and still be a CCNA.

    The new ICND1 looks indeed very robust.

    Are they going to make changes on the NP side?
    I think it's pretty much a guarantee the CCNP will be revised and renamed to CCNP Routing and Switching at some point, just as the CCNA is now CCNA Routing and Switching.

    I kinda like the idea of a beefed up CCNET as the prerequisite for all Associate level exams rather than CCNA being required. A voice guy doesn't necessary need in-depth EIGRP and OSPF knowledge.
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    Thanks for this info Todd.....any knowledge of what is covered on the ICND2 test?
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    Thanks for this info Todd.....any knowledge of what is covered on the ICND2 test?
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    Quote Originally Posted by todd@lammle.com View Post

    Will you be providing any online video trainings for the new ICND1/ICND2 certs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by palit View Post
    Ok..so I cleared my CCENT and am now preparing for ICND2..can I use the old books and syllabus if I sit for the exam before 30th of September?Can anyone simplify and tell me?
    Yes, you can.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MAC_Addy View Post
    Is it me, or does the ICND2 (the new exam) seem much, much easier than before?
    I hope it's not just you lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by todd@lammle.com View Post

    Now I am even more confused about going after the CCENT cert. Since there really is significant changes....which would you recommend? Also, I got the impression that the new tests are or will be available for taking very soon. Is that true?
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    At First I Was Wanting To Get It Done, ButI Think I Could Benefit Myself More By Taking The New Test. It's Not About Just Passing The CertificatioB.C. It's Gaining The Most Relevant Knowledge.
    Are the new tests available to take already?
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    So if someone passed the current ccent, can they take the new ccna security exam when its available or do they have to take the new ccent then the new ccna security?
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    I'm still trying to understand the updates myself, but if I'm reading this right than the 640-822 can be used a prerequisite:

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    Any news on CCNP?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DB Cooper View Post
    So if someone passed the current ccent, can they take the new ccna security exam when its available or do they have to take the new ccent then the new ccna security?
    I cant see any info on a new CCNA Security it stays the same, so if you have a CCENT then you can take security! This works out great for me!! I think they are pretty much stuck with having to honor the current CCENT for at least 3 years so that no one is left with a completely useless cert they cant advance with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MAC_Addy View Post
    Is it me, or does the ICND2 (the new exam) seem much, much easier than before?
    I could be wrong but it looks to me that the ICND1 is a little more harder than before and the ICND2 is a little more easier than before.
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    Ok so are we saying then ICND1 is harder and ICND2 is easier now?

    I am still Studying ICND1 and will have it done soon, I am not rushing and if I get CCNA done before cut off so be it if not I get the new one.
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    With all these changes would it not be wise to get the new one, as what is the point in learning old stuff that is taken out and not learning the new stuff that is used now that is added in?
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    The problem here is when taking the old ICND1 with the new ICND2 there is a window of knowledge here that will "gap" & may cause performance issues. That is the point in taking the old ICND2 exam, IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xyro View Post
    The problem here is when taking the old ICND1 with the new ICND2 there is a window of knowledge here that will "gap" & may cause performance issues. That is the point in taking the old ICND2 exam, IMO.
    I agree with that, if you havent taken any of them though maybe take both the new ones?

    I havent taken either but I am 80% the way through ICND1 and I will be damned if I am starting again lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by neolight90 View Post
    I agree with that, if you havent taken any of them though maybe take both the new ones?

    I havent taken either but I am 80% the way through ICND1 and I will be damned if I am starting again lol
    I would take the new ones except that, like you, I'm partially (55%) through the ICND1 haha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xyro View Post
    I would take the new ones except that, like you, I'm partially (55%) through the ICND1 haha.
    You want to work hard on the CCENT! I just spent the last 6 hours on my outline for the IPv6 section of my book! That should give you some incentive to get this test done! Of course you can still buy my book when it comes out!
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    Quote Originally Posted by todd@lammle.com View Post
    Hi Todd,

    where did you get the "added to ICND2" information from?

    According to Cisco ICND2 *new* contains:

    LAN Switching Technologies

    • Identify enhanced switching technologies
    • Configure and verify PVSTP operation
    IP Routing Technologies

    • Describe the boot process of Cisco IOS routers
    • Configure and verify operation status of a Serial interface.
    • Manage Cisco IOS Files
    • Differentiate methods of routing and routing protocols
    • Configure and verify OSPF (single area)
    • Configure and verify EIGRP (single AS)
    IP Services

    • Recognize High availability (FHRP)
    • Configure and verify Syslog
    • Describe SNMP v2 & v3
    Troubleshooting

    • Identify and correct common network problems
    • Utilize netflow data
    • Troubleshoot and Resolve Spanning Tree operation issues
    • Troubleshoot and Resolve routing issues
    • Troubleshoot and Resolve OSPF problems
    • Troubleshoot and Resolve EIGRP problems
    • Troubleshoot and Resolve interVLAN routing problems
    • Troubleshoot and Resolve WAN implementation issues
    • Monitor NetFlow statistics
    • Troubleshoot etherchannel problems
    WAN Technologies

    • Identify different WAN Technologies
    • Configure and verify a basic WAN serial connection
    • Configure and verify a PPP connection between Cisco routers
    • Configure and verify Frame Relay on Cisco routers
    • Implement and troubleshoot PPPoE

    It doesn't say anything about:

    Implmenting EIGRP for IPv6
    Multi-area OSPF IPv4 Implementation
    Understanding and Configuring clients for SNMP, Syslog and Netflow
    Troubleshooting IPv6 Network Connectivity
    Understand and Configure EtherChannel


    But maybe it's just me being blind.
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    That's because that's covered in ICND1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by todd@lammle.com View Post
    You want to work hard on the CCENT! I just spent the last 6 hours on my outline for the IPv6 section of my book! That should give you some incentive to get this test done! Of course you can still buy my book when it comes out!
    Todd Lammle
    I will definitely finish ICND1 before the deadline. That isn't even a question. What I concern about is the gap that exists in knowledge between the old ICND1 and the new ICND2.

    Have you considered writing a pamphlet (lol) on just this knowledge for those of us whom will be stuck "between" exam changes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ch1vas View Post
    where did you get the "added to ICND2" information from?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xyro View Post
    The problem here is when taking the old ICND1 with the new ICND2 there is a window of knowledge here that will "gap" & may cause performance issues. That is the point in taking the old ICND2 exam, IMO.
    The old ICND2 had ACLs and NAT. Now they are in the new ICND1.
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