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    Default Starting CCNA:Security

    Add one more name to the list of people starting the CCNA:Security.

    I passed ICND2 this morning, and IINS is my last exam to complete my degree through WGU.

    Good luck to everyone!
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    Excellent, Congrats on the Icnd2, I'm currently studying for Icnd1 so long ways go. All the best on your studies.
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    For some unknown reason, the current CCNA Security exam has some elements of CCNP Security topics. I forgot the details but it's discussed in this forum.

    I found that watching some CCNA Security videos help a lot. Especially when it it came to IPSec.
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    Congrats on finishing the CCNA!! Good luck on the Security specialization
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdancer View Post
    For some unknown reason, the current CCNA Security exam has some elements of CCNP Security topics.
    For sure, the new NA tests are a lot more in depth than they ever were. Just don't over-think the questions.
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    I know there are some INE and Udemy videos on the current CCNA Security exam. Not sure what level of labbing is involved but most of the software should be available virtually with some trial licenses if you look hard enough (ASAv, ISE, FTDv, etc)
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