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    Default Just passed the CCNP Route 300-101



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    What a crazy exam

    Topics that I thought would be more prevalent on the exam were barely there or nonexistent. Labs were really easy that I had

    Luckily the past couple weeks I studied the lesser emphasized topics in the Cisco Press books. If those topics weren't fresh in my head I might of failed lol.
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    Congrats!!!
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    CCNP Switch passed, 12/10/2015
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    Congrats! I sit mine tomorrow morning
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    Congrats, Golly!

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    thanks guys

    good luck Simrid!
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    What study materials did you use? Time frame? Prior experience?
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    Quote Originally Posted by joshmadakor View Post
    Congrats

    What study materials did you use? Time frame? Prior experience?
    I used a pretty decent mix of resources. The key was to do something network related everyday. Which isnt a problem because I love it.

    Labbed everything out on gns3 everyday
    Ciscopress book
    Cbt nuggets videos
    networklessons.com

    It took 4 months been studying since Jan. I have 3 years IT experience, not network related but I currently work in a NOC that I started in march. Which is looking to give me hands on with their environment once I prove myself a bit. Lucky for me tho I have a few network engineer interviews lined up so we shall see how this plays out.
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    Congrats!

    I've never came across networklessons.com i'll have to check into this!
    Currently Studying: IE Stuff...kinda...for now...
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    Quote Originally Posted by gollyimgully View Post
    I used a pretty decent mix of resources. The key was to do something network related everyday. Which isnt a problem because I love it.

    Labbed everything out on gns3 everyday
    Ciscopress book
    Cbt nuggets videos
    networklessons.com

    It took 4 months been studying since Jan. I have 3 years IT experience, not network related but I currently work in a NOC that I started in march. Which is looking to give me hands on with their environment once I prove myself a bit. Lucky for me tho I have a few network engineer interviews lined up so we shall see how this plays out.
    thanks for the networklessons.com link. Will have to check that out. I am about 5% into my CCNP Route.
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    Well done. I heard it was easy....

    NOT!
    2017 Goals: Cisco: [x]Switch [ ]Route [ ]Tshoot

    Cisco engineer's command to teach his dog to sit: "no stand"
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    I hope you lot realize this thread be a yar old, but congrats matey a whole yar later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ande0255 View Post
    I hope you lot realize this thread be a yar old, but congrats matey a whole yar later.
    I do now. What a rip. Wasted a congrats and all!
    2017 Goals: Cisco: [x]Switch [ ]Route [ ]Tshoot

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