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March 19, 2005, 9:18 am
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I'll soon need to purchase some books so I can start studying for the
CCNP before my CCNA expires.
I've read a number of threads and spoken to a few people regarding
which CCNP books are useful to someone studying at home. (i.e. not
taking a CNAP or other course).
Despite their reputation for horrible typos and lack of editing, I
think I'll go with the Cisco Press books (though if you want to
persuade me to do otherwise, please do). I don't have the time or
inclination to buy more than one set of books, so I'll probably buy
either the Exam Certification Guides or the Self Study Guides. I will
also build up a small lab at home.
I'm leaning toward the Exam Certification Guides as they seem more
concise, but does it seem feasible to pass the CCNP exams having only
read either these or the Self Study Guides?
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