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    booked mine for tomorrow!!! ;p

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    Quote Originally Posted by A.P.A
    booked mine for tomorrow!!! ;p

    How many questions on this exam?
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    Quote Originally Posted by A.P.A
    booked mine for tomorrow!!! ;p

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    Quote Originally Posted by astorrs
    Quote Originally Posted by A.P.A
    booked mine for tomorrow!!! ;p

    How many questions on this exam?
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    oh yeah that thing.......

    three hours till I'm off...... I managed to read the whole CCNA:Security book last night.... some serious overlap with ISCW but also a few new bits a pieces....

    here we go here we go here we go...
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    You should be ok! Good luck!
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    couldn't be arsed creating a new thread...

    Passed with flying colours... got 920 on first attempt

    Reading the exam cert guide certainly helped in a few areas I wasn't too familiar with especially zone-based firewalls and that damn IPS again....

    Incredible overlap with quite a few ISCW topics although ISCW goes into the topics in more depth which is what I believe helped me breeze through this one.....

    Another cert to add to the collection
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    Congrats on the pass!!
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    Nice! Good job man!
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    Nice, congratulations!
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    Congrats!
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    Passed with flying colours.
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    So is it pretty much a logical step forward to go from passing the 802 CCNA to going for a CCNA Security cert now that it's one of the CCSP modules? I mean, assuming one were keen on breaking into IT security, I'm guessing those who just passed the NA Security believe it was worth it?
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    Also, if I wanted to eventually get a CCNP, but also wanted a career in IT security, I assume a good place to start would be an NP ISCW track?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evan Lieb
    Also, if I wanted to eventually get a CCNP, but also wanted a career in IT security, I assume a good place to start would be an NP ISCW track?
    I wouldn't start with the ISCW for the CCNP track. It has some assumed knowledge with routing protocols such as BGP. A better place to start would be the BSCI as it would cover the routing technologies you need to know for the ISCW.
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    COngrats on the pass APA! well done bud.
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