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    Dear Seniors, I am planning to pursue CCNA DC. Just checked the training but it is just too expensive for me. $5000 USD.

    So, I plan to do it with self study. Would you recommend me the books and materials? Really appreciate your help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ozdream View Post
    Dear Seniors, I am planning to pursue CCNA DC. Just checked the training but it is just too expensive for me. $5000 USD.

    So, I plan to do it with self study. Would you recommend me the books and materials? Really appreciate your help.
    https://learningnetwork.cisco.com/co...study-material
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    I'm pursuing my CCNAC also. Will be sitting the DCICN in 2 weeks. Currently using Todd Lamle CCNAC book, CBT Nuggets and INE.
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    CCNA DC seems attractive and interesting to me. DCICN is easier than DCICT, becuase it intensively overlaps with R&S. But what about DC lab virtualization without real gears on a CCNA level? Is it possible?
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