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- Mike Harrison
November 20, 2006, 9:29 pm
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i think the most recent sybex book is a little out of date - but that
being said there is probably information in it that is still relevant. i
took my R/S ccie written in 2002 and passed easily using (what was at that
point) the most recent sybex ccie book. i would use the sybex as a
supplemental study guide only - just omit stuff that you dont see in the
current written blueprint. i've also heard good reviews about the
ciscopress book though. beyond those books, i would review your
ccna, and ccnp books (except for CIT) - assuming you did those certs.
cisco's own documentation website has great stuff also. there is honestly
probably enough there to where nobody ever really needs to buy a book.
it's just not nicely organized according to the blueprint.
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