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Passing my ICND1 Exam 7 years 4 months ago #31024

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Guys, ive just passed my first exam for the CCNA. ^^ ICND1. tho its not much of a big deal, but it makes me feel that im part of cisco now, and pretty much having the first step to become an engineer.

much more importantly, I thank FIREWALL.CX for helping me gain more knowledge and also as being one of the primary resources that i have.

now, any advice for the icnd2? ^^

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Re: Passing my ICND1 Exam 7 years 4 months ago #31027

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Congratulations!
Tips for part 2? Study the material, get experience on live kit/simulators, and make sure your subnetting is rock solid. If you've got ICND1 under your belt then you're well on your way to success
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Re: Passing my ICND1 Exam 7 years 4 months ago #31045

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thank you ^^

tho i dont have a real cisco devices.. I dont have that kind of money to buy one. uhm. instead of buying one, i used my money to pay for my exam.. so im quite in a tight budget.. im stuck with packet tracer and GNS. altho they are handy but nothing beats the actual simulation >,<

anyway.. thanks alot.. Im really proud of myself and im studying more and more to pass my CCNA. prolly save some money.. for the exam ~_~
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Re: Passing my ICND1 Exam 7 years 4 months ago #31046

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tho i dont have a real cisco devices.. I dont have that kind of money to buy one. uhm. instead of buying one, i used my money to pay for my exam.. so im quite in a tight budget.. im stuck with packet tracer and GNS. altho they are handy but nothing beats the actual simulation >,<

You could search ebay for some old Cisco models like the 2924 switch or the 2514, 3620 routers. You could find really reasonable prices in the $30 to $100 range. And those are more than enough to pass CCNA.
Studying CCNP...

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Re: Passing my ICND1 Exam 6 years 11 months ago #33137

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Re: Passing my ICND1 Exam 6 years 11 months ago #33138

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Hello Pedenski,


Firstly congratulations for that. I'd like to ask you how much did you pay for the exam? Did you find it hard at all? Any tips for us?
Did you use the official book from cisco press (wendel odom) for studying?

Thanks a lot.
thimer
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