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David Bombal I agree with you 100% Cisco is one of the best networking Certs in the market toaday. Your information always is awesome!
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Hey David, thank you so much for your advice! As I have got the ccna, now I am going to pursue my devnet associate cert and then ccnp enterprise.
This is agree
Is it possible to get a CCNA certificate without taking network +? I heard CCNA covers networking in the first few chapters. I'm really new to the game also.
What book would you recommend for the ccnp encor exam?
Would this be to someone new to IT. I'm trying to switch careers but don't know where to start
yah very handy infotech ,
I have ccna now I'm taking udemy course linux for networking gns3. Next I'm looking to ccnp enterprise maybe will do sdwan.Hows that?
Hi David, I'm a fairly new subscriber and very impressed with your content. I have a degree but it is not in IT, nor do I have an ounce of IT background and would like to switch my career from business management. I have decided to get my a+ and CCNA. What would be the next step after these two certifications to start off as a admin/analyst support position for some type of networking position?
Great info, thank you for sharing!
Here is a question for anyone , I’m aiming for an Associates of computer science, but I will work on certs along the way ( looking into networking and security). Is it ideal to aim for a bachelors or should an Associates suffice with the right certificates???
I think “mindset is everything”.
After completing CCNA can i do CCNP SECURITY directly without Doing CCNP Enterprise
I hate programming!!!! DX
Hi David. When I search for CCNA jobs at a NOC or other junior positions they say CCNA required but then go on to say must know MPLS, BGP etc. They're asking for CCNA candidates with CCNP knowledge. How am I meant to get my foot in the door?
Once obtaining the CCNA, let's say someone has associates in Cybersecurity, what could they possibly do with both career paths? Let's say this individual, might not want to stay stagnant at a desk but maybe be on the road and travel to different work sites configuring networking, is that possible?
Hi David thanks for video but l would like to ask do we need any cours for network monitoring with ccna or ccna is enough for first job and what abouth the peopel who got cert but no college and no experience.