Archive for June 2010
Well, congratulations! You are now a CCNA certification-holder! You made it! You did it! You earned it!
So what’s next!
Of course, you surely want to climb the ladder to your success. Passing the CCNA exam is not the end but it is the commencement of new beginnings. Since you are holding your certification, you may be confident enough to embark a new job. Holding your toughest weapon, you can be entering the world of Information Technology on LAN or on WAN... continue | comments (0)
If you’re reviewing for CCNA Exams, you should be aware of things that might mess up your concentration. Normally, you wouldn’t notice these things disrupting you, as they are common on your everyday life. But for you who’s about to take a major test, you’ll need to take all the focus you can get. Disturbance is the last things you’ll ever want for yourself. Here are the things you should take control while you are studying:
There’s nothing wrong in gambling and taking chances. You can gamble as much as you like. However, this depends on how much is at stake. If you’re taking risk, consider how much would be your loss in case you lose. If you’re considering taking the CCNA Exams without studying, think again. Can you bear to lose a chance to grab your CCNA Certification? Imagine what would happen after the exams, given the big possibility of failure. Are you prepared to... continue | comments (0)
Passing the CCNA Examinations opens a door to a world of endless career opportunities for any IT person. It’s okay to feel the pressure, and be anxious if you’re indeed ready for this major test in your career advancement. This state of emotion is good for you. In fact, it does you favor for it increases your drive in preparing well for the CCNA Exams.
Since being introduced in April 1998 in the world of Information Technology (IT), the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) program has become globally recognized and most popular among Cisco certifications specifically on Cisco Career Certification Program. It further attests the expertise of Internetworking specialists in switching, router operation and connectivity to some devices.
Nevertheless, despite of tough foundation of skills in networking, CCNA , as recognized, is the prerequisite of other Cisco certifications that include CCNP, CCIP, CCSP or CCDP. Now... continue | comments (4)
Before taking the exam, what usually bothers you most? Terms? Theories? Processes? Surely, configuration of basic Cisco IOS router operation will be included in CCNA test.
Internetwork Operating System (IOS) is a software operating system that runs on most Cisco network devices including router and switches. A Cisco CCNA taker should be well-versed in all aspects of Cisco competencies. Before taking the exam, there are two important things to master when you configure any of the devices of Cisco network. First,... continue | comments (0)
To be employed in premier IT companies, a candidate is required to take any industry recognized certification exam. Respectively, Cisco's CCNA is a certification exam to be taken by a network engineer. As a network engineer, here are some reasons why you need to take the exam?