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September 23, 2005, 2:19 am
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I passed my CCNA in Jan 2002, so it is close to expiry. I have since
specialised in security, I have got masters in infosec now. I am thinking of
taking Securing Networks with PIX and ASA (SNPA) exam 642-522 SNPA just
because CCNA is going to run out. Do I have to take SNPA before CCNA
Do you think it is worth taking, or there are any better security courses by
Cisco? Looks like PIX knowledge is in a stronger demand...
Re: Securing Networks with PIX and ASA (SNPA)????
Taking the course and passing the exam are two different things. The new
course just came out, as well as the test, so finding materials to study for
the exam will not be easy. You only need to pass any 642-level exam to
recertify your CCNA.
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