Wow. Nine named CCNA certifications, plus CCDA – all being replaced by one CCNA certification come February 2020. Basically, Cisco morphed CCNA Routing and Switching (R&S) into the new CCNA. [...]
Cisco announced a complete revision to the entire career certification program on June 10th, 2019, with exams (lots and lots of exams) and new certifications and new rules and new everything with [...]
So if you missed the first post, or missed the news from day 1 of #CLUS, Cisco just announced a complete redesigned their entire career certification program. I’ve already introduced some of the [...]
Think of everything you know about Cisco career certifications, the various CCNA, CCNP, and CCIE certifications, and all the exams. Cisco just announced its redesign of the whole thing. Sweeping, [...]
Using the Cisco Press CCNA books? Then you may want to use the Packet Tracer .pkt files that we’ve built to match the examples in the books. Check out the first post in the series for more context.
During all these years of authoring the official Cisco CCNA Cert Guide (21 years – wow!), I’ve added more and more active learning exercises to use with each chapter. However, making [...]
Welcome to the new blog! You just landed at my new consolidated blog site. In the past, I’ve kept two blog sites to help make navigating the CCNA content in my two books more managable. [...]
For #CCNA prep, we get used to a two-step process: change the configuration and use the copy run start command to save the configuration. However, what happens when you interleave some less-used [...]
Configuration file management can be simple – but have you mastered all the command? This next question attempts to make you stretch a bit even for what at first may seem like a straightforward topic.