CCNA CCNP CCIE

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Hopefully someone that has a CCIE already can answer this/provide some
advice.

Early 2000/2001 I passed my CCNA and CCNP and I let it expire 11/2004.  I'm
looking to retake my CCNA, in the next month or so.  Then would you
recommend I take my CCNP followed by the CCIE or go straight to the CCIE
after the CCNA.  I will tell you I don't have much hands on work experience
that would be relevant to CCNP or CCIE.

Thanks for your help

pramin



Re: CCNA CCNP CCIE
 Whay not take the CCIE Written exam?


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Re: CCNA CCNP CCIE
On Thu, 07 Dec 2006 21:50:03 +0100, Drake wrote:

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If you dont have much hands on, do the CCNA then CCNP and get some hands
on experience for at least a year before you consider going for your CCIE.

Re: CCNA CCNP CCIE
Hi there,
I can tell you as a CCIE that you won't get very far in your pursuit of CCIE
without serious hands on with the kit.  I spent many, many hours working
with routers before I passed and I would suggest to anyone reading this that
they are simply mad if they think that can pass this without such hands on.
You wouldn't just pass your driving test without numerous hours behind the
wheel.  Ditto for the CCIE lab.  Good luck though.
Steve

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