CCNA INTRO 640-821

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Hi All,

I am going for my CCNA intro exam on monday, I have gone through all the
material and am relatively confident, just thought I'd ask a few
questions....

For the INTRO exam, will I need to know all about:
-Variable length subnets
-STP
-VLAN
-OGRP
-EIGRP

If so, what is left for the ICND exams??


Any other tips for me?

:)


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I think that's about right, probably not OGRP though
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lol OGRP


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I know, that's where I struggled to be honest, I think it's why I failed the
exam



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I think as long as you use the same AS number it is ok


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I just did some testing on my lab, that's where I was going wrong before,
thanks for the tip



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;) enuff already!


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daytime wrote:
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No idea where I got OGRP from...

  I passed the INTRO exam with 970 or so.. :)

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The letter "O" is next to the letter "I" on your keyboard.

Congrats, btw.



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s... U r right.. In ICND u will have all the Cisco command and
troubleshooting question n also u will get question from WAN.


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For the INTRO exam it is just as it is named, you are going to be
asked alot of definition questions with multiple choice answers. The
questions that are simulations will only have you do basic stuff such
as putting an address on an interface or setting up a routing protocol
on an interface. There is some subnetting involved but not like the
ICND. On the ICND exam you really have to know your stuff there is 40
questions with 60 minutes to do them. At least 10 involve subnetting
along with doing some type of simulation. The simulations in the ICND
are indepth with 2-3-4 parts to them. The test goes indepth into the
various protocols and you have to understand how such things like
Frame Relay works as in how you set it up, how packets move through
devices etc. Hopefully this gives you some insight into it. Good Luck
on the exams.

G

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