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February 7, 2005, 8:05 pm
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The Faq has been posted.
Changes To Cisco:-
(email 30th September 2004)
Subject: Re: NEW Certificate Verification System
Date: Tue, 18 May 2004 14:25:00 -0500
Section Two has been updated with current URLs for CCDA, CCNA, CCDP, CCNP
with some redundant material removed.
From Cisco Email 5th August 2003:-
Note: the CCNA exam 640-607 is being replaced as from the 30th September.
Following is a quote from an email from Cisco Press.
Please note the post regarding the email from Cisco detailing updating of
the CCNP syllabus from:-
Subject: CCNP Certification announcement
I am in the process of revising the FAQ so an updated FAQ should be posted
If there are any issues please let me know.
Note the post
Detailing the changes to the CCDP syllabus and more importantly changes to
the re-certification of CCNAs.
Note that the Cisco site has had a major change/ update and the URLs in the
FAQ may be depreciated.
I have checked several which still work buit will check and update these as
soon as possible.
This particularly refers to section 16.2 which was a tutorial on the front
page of the old site.
Take it with a rain of salt department...
Please note that I have been notified by nrf of some slightly(!) dodgy
material in sections 211.9.x (CCIE recertification).
Until I get around to revising this section, please do not take it as
absolutely correct - refer to Cisco for definite information.
Part 1 -- 3:03:02
Part 2 -- 3:04:06 Interm
Part 3 -- 3:00:01
If you want to look at any past posts, including the FAQ, use the URL,
The Faq is also available on these Websites:-
Michael N. Rubino
Keith T. Williams
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