Preparation for Recertification

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    My CCNA is going to expire on March 2.  I need to recertify.  

    I found out that I can take the ICND2 alone and that will
recertify me
(http://www.cisco.com/web/learning/le3/le2/le0/le9/learning_certification_type_home.html).
    Since there is some new material there, I'd like to gauge my
knowledge.  Short of paying a bunch for something like Transcender or
Pass4Sure, is there a more economical way to check my knowledge before
I blow the money on the exam?  

    I teach CCNA so I go over a lot of the material for the
students.  But I've only been teaching the new exploration courses for
a semester.  I understand there is some wireless information, new
frame relay information, and a few other things that weren't on the
previous exams and I haven't covered them in class yet.  

    Any feedback you can provide would be appreciated.  

    Regards,



                        Fred

Re: Preparation for Recertification
Fred Atkinson pisze:
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Try looking at CCNA Official Certification Guide by Wendell Odom (AFAIR)
for new CCNA, it's available for 37$ at Amazon, so the price is quite
acceptable. It should give you a good overview on what's on the new CCNA
curriculum. Even if something is not explained in detail, you should be
more than able to cover up the differences by yourself knowing what they
are exactly.



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