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 Post subject: CCNP after CCNA?
PostPosted: Mon Oct 31, 2011 5:48 pm 

I've just finished CCNA. Ofcourse, the guys I'm talking to, they are motivating me to do their CCNP course as well.

Do you think its beneficial?

Has anyone done it?


 Post subject: Re: CCNP after CCNA?
PostPosted: Mon Oct 31, 2011 11:32 pm 

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Of course it's beneficial ;)

The decision as to the level of certification you want achieve can be driven by many things; here are the three main factors.

1. If you work for a CIsco reseller or Training Partner, they wil be required to have x number of CCNAs, CCNPs CCIEs etc depending on their level/status etc. The more certs you have, the more valuable you are to them. Or of course, if you don't work for such and organisation, but think you would LIKE to, then the more certs you have when you apply for the job the better.
2. You need to manage and configure the routers/firewalls/VoIP systems etc in your own organisation, and just want to learn how to do your job. In this case, one of the CCNA specialties might be better - CCNA Security, CCNA Voice, CCNA Wireless or CCNA SP.
3. You just want to learn more about this stuff. In which case - go for it!

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 Post subject: Re: CCNP after CCNA?
PostPosted: Wed Dec 14, 2011 8:48 am 

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CCNA is networking basics with Cisco, and CCNP is a step up from that. Are you sure this is what you really want? Take the boot camp classes from technical schools which offer server and network classes and see which one makes sense. Network is basically laying the foundation for all technology to run on and requires a lot of commitment and work. IT does not pay well when you start out.

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 Post subject: Re: CCNP after CCNA?
PostPosted: Sat Jan 07, 2012 9:22 am 

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I would suggest you to go for CCIE Securities, CCIE R&C and CCIE Voice.

ACIT is a networking institute provides CCIE Instructors who provide detailed explanation and facilitate group discussion.

You will also have access to individual attention from the Instructor when you need personal mentoring. After each day’s lectures, you will be challenged with many hours of extremely complex lab scenarios that run late into the evening, reinforcing the material you have covered earlier in the day.

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