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    Default CCNA VOICE best route

    i will start to study for CCNA VOICE. i want to get all cisco certs that has to do with voice. now my question is.. what is the best route of studying for ccna voice? my plan is to study for network+. to get familiar with networking (to learn the basics) and then study for ccna voice and then CCNP voice. does that sound good? if you have a better suggestion please let me know...also i will be going to school to get a BS in network security.
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    I'd just start with the CCENT then move onto CCNA Voice etc. I'd skip the N+.
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    Also for CCNA Voice you require a valid CCENT or CCNA R&S cert
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    how about CCENT -CCNA VOICE -- and then CCNP VOICE.. does that sound better? btw i have been a field tech for 7 years with a private company and i just recently took a position as a contractor and now im working as an IT analyst/desk support.
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