CCNA, does it cover ATM and 1900 Switches

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I`m currently studing for the CCNA and in the Sybex book it covers the
1900 switches and ATM networks, however I did the bootcamp recently
and was told that the 1900 switch is not in the exam (Catalysts 2900
Series is used) and ATM is not covered that much.

I`ve never used a 1900 and my company doesn`t have any, so am
wondering whether it is worth studying the command line structure and
only have a brief understanding of ATM, should I include these in my
studying?

Thanks


Re: CCNA, does it cover ATM and 1900 Switches
Rob45 wrote:




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I don't think you need to know anything beyond the fact that ATM is a cell
switching technology for the purpose of the exam. I would also venture a
guess that an ATM question will be weighted very lightly so you won't
suffer much by answering it wrong.

As far as the actual switch type is concerned, 2900 is (AFAIK) the
currently used gear and even then you only need to be concerned with IOS
commands more than with the type of a switch it runs on.

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Cheers!
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Re: CCNA, does it cover ATM and 1900 Switches
On Feb 12, 9:52 pm, info_at_telecom-gear_dot_...@foo.com (telecom-
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Thanks very much, taking it tomorrow so fingers crossed!


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Passed it today with a 910.

Yippeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!!!!!!


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