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CCNP 12 years 11 months ago #769

Can anyone help me get ebooks for CCNP latest track . I will be most gr8ful for this help. I am living in INDIA.
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Re: CCNP 12 years 11 months ago #961

  • sahirh
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Hi udaya, I live in India too,
Are you looking specifically for ebooks ? Or will study guides do ? There are a number of certification sites out there that have study guides. Try

www.certyourself.com
www.certcities.com

From personal experience though, ebooks are not really much good.. sure you can get them for free sometimes, but reading a whole book (especially one with technical literature) on a computer, can be very painful. I would suggest you pick up a good book from a bookstore. Since you're in India, you could check out

computerbooks.indiatimes.com

Good luck for the CCNP
Sahir Hidayatullah.
Firewall.cx Staff - Associate Editor & Security Advisor
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Re: CCNP 12 years 11 months ago #963

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Udaya,

The CCNP course is one that requires proper studying and good material to help you. With this in mind, I'd advise you to consider grabbing a few books from Amazon.com, which will surely help you more than the ebooks.

You can firstly goto Cisco's website and check out the latest available exams for the CCNP, and then search on Amazon.com for the books offered that cover them.

P.S The CCNP requires you to have a valid CCNA, before sitting for the first exam.
Chris Partsenidis.
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Re: CCNP 12 years 11 months ago #971

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I assume that since they seem to be tightening the CCNA track, that they will do the same for the CCNP.

Is this the case?
Thanks,

Tom
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