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- S. Checker
October 20, 2009, 4:14 pm
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I am educable. I got my CCNA by reading the books, figured out ISDN and
PRIs through Google and cisco.com, sussed WAN encryption and IP
unnumbered and all the fiddly bits that make my wide and local networks
Now I need to build a backup datacenter, and design a
network that will fail over to the backup datacenter, and configure
servers so that they can run hot and be maintainable. Those of you who
have gone through this, where did you get the knowledge and where would
you recommend turning? Is the CCDx path worth going down or is there
another set of courses? I get the feeling the next year or so is going
to be a learning experience.
She will take you to another world
where the winds of confusion swirl
She will call you honey
-- Michael Timmins
Re: Who can teach me...
As long as networks are built, there is always a need for network
Knowledge comes from reading, experience comes from practice. Both are
If you practice everyday your skills improve.
I'm pretty sure you already know it, but this is the main key to
You've already succeeded by passing CCNA after studying on your own.
Good luck whatever your choice is.
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