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    If i want go down the wireless track should i get my CCNP in routing and switch first? i have CCNA in routing and switch but no wireless but I want to start learn wireless.
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    If you want to learn wireless I suggest buying the cwnp books, and good that way if you want to know wireless
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    Reality is you will need RS skills to deploy wireless and CCNP wont hurt you. Is it necessary? Of course not, you can just read the book and implement wireless. OR you can take the test and slap it in your resume.

    CWNP books are directly for wireless.
    If you are dealing with cisco wireless then you would need Cisco books for the WLC and design/implementation documents at cisco.

    CWNP will go deep on the RF, security, design,- all these are in cisco documents. Although, it will help. Everything helps...
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    @ Noc ninja you do v3 ccie wireless exam if so you use a training vendor at all with lab rentals?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burns82 View Post
    @ Noc ninja you do v3 ccie wireless exam if so you use a training vendor at all with lab rentals?
    Ive used a lot of training vendor. I went to Narbik bootcamp for a week, INE RS, IPexpert RS and Wireless.

    Lab rentals - Ive used Narbiks lab before. Everything else, I bought devices at amazon or ebay and built the whole lab at home.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burns82 View Post
    If you want to learn wireless I suggest buying the cwnp books, and good that way if you want to know wireless
    Agree with this, the CCNA Wireless is similar to the CWNA, however one is vendor-neutral.
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