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    Thanks, passed my CCNA and I quite fancy doing Security before looking into either Voice or CCNP, but I can't afford to enrol in Network Academy until after xmas so I'm not sure where to start so this seems like a good start!
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    #52
    I'm getting a blank page...... anyone else?

    *edit: found the alternate link. Thanks!
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    Can you please share your CCNA study notes if you have them available for sharing ?
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    Doesn't work.
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    Nice. Rep for you
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    #58
    Apologies all. I have fixed all the links now.

    EDIT - It may take some time for the DNS changes to get applied
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    Thanks!! The notes are awesome.
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    #60
    I have briefly skimmed through both the Security and Voice notes and they look very organized and concise. Excellent material mate very much appreciate it!

    P.S. I echo the sentiment of the fellow members who are also studying for the CCNA like I am in that we would like to see your CCNA notes if you have the time and it's not too much trouble
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    Thanks!!!!!

    I used to seek about CCNA books
    I want to prepare my self to do exam
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    #62
    Very organized notes ! Congratulations !

    Does Someone has updated notes for the new version of the CCNA security exam ?
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    Impressive notes breeder.
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    very nice....i have all the notes of ACIT
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    Thanks!
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    Anything for 640-554?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Christopher Dobkowski View Post
    Anything for 640-554?
    +1 to that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Christopher Dobkowski View Post
    Anything for 640-554?
    Quote Originally Posted by showbo View Post
    +1 to that!
    another +1 to that
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    Hi, I am new to here and going for CCNA security, it was so lucky to see your note. It will help lot of people for many years. Appreciate!
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    Default Exam tips

    Just sat - and passed - the exam today (1/23/14). Im always cautious before commenting on these things because i can't guarantee things will/won't come up but here are the main topics that came up:

    tacacs+/radius differences
    IPS/IDS differences
    Diffie-hellman, uses and and implementation
    Matching the IPS/IDS falsepositive, true-positive alerts
    CCP! Rather annoyingly not a single CLI command was needed, i'd memorized a lot of these after the CCNA routing switching, but all configuration/troubleshooting etc was done in CCP.
    Common security threats
    SSL/IPSec VPN differences and similarities.
    The IKE phase one and phase 2

    I suppose the biggest take away from the exam is that i didnt need to learn a great deal of commands or the 'technical' points it was almost all information, comparisons, drag and drosp and the like.

    Good luck!
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    #71
    I've found the ccnp security notes, it's in online format
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    Great study guide! Thanks for sharing.
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    Thank you so much for the notes. Will definitely need to go through this after I finish my CISA exams on the 14th of June.
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    #74
    Here you go, might not be perfect, but there isn't currently one for the CCNA Security forum:

    ccna sec
    current exam:640-554 IINS
    Prerequisites
    Any valid Cisco CCENT, CCNA Routing and Switching, or any CCIE certification can act as a prerequisite.
    lab:
    3 1841 Routers 12.4 advanced IP feature set 256MB RAM 64MB Flash
    3 2950/2960 Switches 12.4

    1 ASA 5505 8.42

    Lab virtualization options:
    GNS 3
    Hardware: 3725 Routers Switches and ASA see above
    IOS: c3725 adventerprisek9-mz124-15.T14
    Hints, Tips, and Tricks: GNS3 no issues but insure you have the correct IOS'/router verions. Note: I did not have to do the MS loopback adapter fix, i'm not sure if it is needed in Windows 7. CCPownload cisco-config-pro-k9-pkg-2_7-en.zip from the Cisco website

    CCP and Java version: There is no CCP PC version availible for 2.8 at the time of this writing, you must download 2.7 or earlier.
    I am running Java 7 51 currently. In order to run CCP with this version of Java it is suggested/required that you: Change the slider on the security section of the java control panel to low, add an exception to the exception site list for 127.0.0.1:8600 and Unchecked the ''Enable the next-generation Java Plug-in'' in the Java Control Panel Advanced Settings.

    Information about the Cisco Certified Network Security -- the required exams and prerequisites -- can be found on the Cisco website.

    CCNA Security Certification - IT Certifications and Career Paths - Cisco Systems

    What Books would you recommend for the CCNA Security?

    CCNA Security 640-554 Official Cert Guide - CCNA Security 640-554 Official Cert Guide: Keith Barker, Scott Morris: 9781587204463: Amazon.com: Books

    CCNA Security Lab Manual Version 1.1 (2nd Edition) - Amazon.com: CCNA Security Lab Manual Version 1.1 (2nd Edition) (9781587133060): Cisco Networking Academy: Books

    What videos would you recommend for the CCNA Security?

    CCNA Security boot Camp with Chris Bryant https://www.udemy.com/ccnasecurityvideobootcamp/

    Cisco CCNA Security 640-554 with Keith Barker Cisco CCNA Security 640-554 Video Training Online | CBT Nuggets

    CCNA Security 640-554 with Keith Barker Live Lessons CCNA Security 640-554 LiveLessons (Video Training): Safari Books Online
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    SephStorm thanks so much! That is perfect! That's my goal for January so I can collect everything I need to be ready.
    Have: CISSP, CISM, CISA, CRISC, GCIA, GSEC, CEHv8, CHFIv8, ITIL-F, BSBA - University of Florida, MSISA - WGU
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