Michael H. Cox, CCNA

Michael H. Cox, CCNA


Its official! I passed 640-816 ICND2 exam today so I am now officially a Cisco Certified Network Associate, more commonly called CCNA.  This was a hard exam.  I started working on ICND1 back in April or May.  Before then, I had never really worked on a Cisco device.  As I mentioned on my July 5 blog post “Oh Cisco“, I have wanted to work with Cisco devices for years, but never had.  I have started installing some Cisco gear at work.  I think the key to passing was the Cisco Notes that I typed up and posted here.  A great way to study a topic.  I printed these up and studied them at the testing center why I was waiting to sign in.

I will not be posting Cisco Notes as often as I have over the last few days, but if I find something worth while, I will post it.  In a year or so, I will be working to get my CCNA Security and will definitely start posting again then.

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  1. (2nd Edition) (Paperback) I’ve been through ALL the CCNA books out there from Lammle’s CCNA book to all the viarous CCNA study guides and so on and this one book by Jeremy Cioara is the absolute best available.The cover of this book looks generic and nondescript, but Cioara has an ability to not only communicate in an amazingly down-to-earth, plain English way that is incredible. Also, he not only is easy and engaging to read, but *gasp* he actually gets his facts straight!If you’ve been through the official CCNA books, you probably think that you have no choice but just to memorize a lot of things without hope of ever getting a simple, commonsense explanation for them, but you would be wrong in that assumption, because Cioara actually explains the things you assumed no one could ever explain.Get this book you’ll be glad you did.

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