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Originally Posted by raidmaxGuy;15437686 
Had a Linksys/Cisco slimline draft N router, I trashed it after 3 weeks and bought an Asus.

At least their switches work well for me

Linksys/Cisco != Cisco Linksys is for home consumers while Cisco equipment is for mainly businesses and ISPs. Personally i want a Cisco router to play around with but eek.gif The prices are astronomical!
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Originally Posted by Thedark1337;15441457 
Linksys/Cisco != Cisco Linksys is for home consumers while Cisco equipment is for mainly businesses and ISPs. Personally i want a Cisco router to play around with but eek.gif The prices are astronomical!

you can get cisco routers for 50 dollars and less easily on ebay.
    
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I used to have a 831 router back when I was taking CCNA classes in vocational school / high school.... never did get my certification though. It was an amazing router until a power surge destroyed it.
 
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Im in my third semester in the CCNA academy and have a year experience working as a network tech on a large Cisco network at WVU and i am amazed at what their equipment is capable of. Right now i have a 2960 switch in the attic of my fraternity house so i could run jacks to all the rooms to give everyone solid internet and it also makes for some epic lan parties. So i guess you could say im our network admin lol yessir.gif
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post #25 of 39
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Originally Posted by stubass;15438593 
PT should be enough for doing your CCNA as so the CCIEs say on the Cisco learning Network.

What books are you using?

Im using W.Odem CCNA exam prep lib
Steve MacQuerry CCNA Study guide lib

Boson exam that came with Odems book
I bought Cisco's own pratice exam but shoulda spent that money on upgrading to Boson exam sim max!

Goodluck too with your studies smile.gif
Books used,well primairly I use the CISCO site as I have found it helps best with the section quizzes.Outside material is primairly the CCNA series from Train Signal but this series falls off when things start getting really complex (like they are in Chapter 5 of the CISCO series). Nothing I have found really gets into details like the CISCO site(not a lot about spanning tree protocol from Train Signal, the Linux series from Train Signal does not discuss Samba,I feel this is in error).I certainly like to add extra material (other that what is picked for the class) but some instructors get their fur ruffeled when you bring outside technical material in their class.I have and Active Directory class and I found a book with a much better and easier description of server gpo replication techniques and the instructor replies,"we are not using that book". We got in a pretty heated debate about just what defines a server and he insists that in order for a server to exist a server OS must be running (for authorization and authentication purposes) but CISCO says that all there needs to be for a server to exist is an exchange of information (right out of the book used in Network Fundementals).The instructor pulled rank and said "In my class this is the definition we will use".School is simply creating a base,you will need other education.Some instructors admit this others are kind of stuck on themselves.
Edited by PCCstudent - 10/26/11 at 10:43am
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post #26 of 39
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Originally Posted by PCCstudent;15462058 
Books used,well primairly I use the CISCO site as I have found it helps best with the section quizzes.Outside material is primairly the CCNA series from Train Signal but this series falls off when things start getting really complex (like they are in Chapter 5 of the CISCO series). Nothing I have found really gets into details like the CISCO site(not a lot about spanning tree protocol from Train Signal, the Linux series from Train Signal does not discuss Samba,I feel this is in error).I certainly like to add extra material (other that what is picked for the class) but some instructors get their fur ruffeled when you bring outside technical material in their class.I have and Active Directory class and I found a book with a much better and easier description of server gpo replication techniques and the instructor replies,"we are not using that book". We got in a pretty heated debate about just what defines a server and he insists that in order for a server to exist a server OS must be running (for authorization and authentication purposes) but CISCO says that all there needs to be for a server to exist is an exchange of information (right out of the book used in Network Fundementals).The instructor pulled rank and said "In my class this is the definition we will use".School is simply creating a base,you will need other education.Some instructors admit this others are kind of stuck on themselves.

The Cisco site is good and the CLN as well, i PMed you about some materials. Though rember I am half way round the world from you smile.gif

I understand what your saying about your instructors and having to use the materials they want, but nothing is stopping you from using outside materials outside of class, especially in prep for your CCNA certification Exam smile.gif
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I will get back to you Stub.The problem with the CCNA prep series is many schools (mine included) is they make the quarters 8 weeks long and 5 credit hours each. Now 5 credit hours does not even make you a full time student and there is so much info (and work) packed into those 8 weeks I really do not remember well what we studied and this is the backbone of your carrer, just not enough time, I find myself spending 60-70 hours a week working these classes,perhaps I am taking all of this too seriously, espically when there really are no jobs waiting anyway.
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nps, get back to me whenever smile.gif I am doing mine via self study/self paced is great without time constraints but does require alot disapline but i have alot great books and resources. Getting my hands dirty with real gear can be difficult with self study but i managed to get part time work experence with a company here to get practical experence.

I find myself doing long hours too as im also doing my bach of technology (computing systems) via e-learning from Australia. that as well as having a young family too.

I guess even though its hard long hours, if its the field of IT you want to get into then keep at it as im sure in the long run it will help you get a job.

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Nothing in my home network. It's all in my 42u in the garage. I hate the noise.
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One thing that would help me just as much as a killer home CCNA lab is a study partner (a live one standing right next to me) that we each could bounce ideas off eachother. I was a very active automechanic for 35 years (GM and BMW were my main cars) and by comparisson working on cars (even complex problems) is so very much easier than getting a firm grasp on this field.I do enjoy the feeling that comes from pushing yourself as hard as you can,even though it is all mental.It amazes me how young the IT field is but how many people are so very far ahead of me.You can be a average automechanic and if your short commings do not cost anyone money you will survive.My suspicion is that there is not too very much room for average Network Administrators, perhaps there are "so-so" peformers in IT,I do not want to be in that class.

EDIT: I have decided that at this point a subscription to CBT nuggets would do me more good.It was a close call but I am still at the "book learning" point,then the lab.Trouble is a one year 24/7 subscription to all CBT Nuggets has in their library is 1600.00.I would be doing better to pay this 1600.00 than I am paying the school tuition, but we know that is not how it works. Some predict the future of higher education will move away from the classroom all together and end up totally online. Stats are that online students perform 9% better than the "go to class" student.My school (and typical for most community colleges) graduates far less than 20% that start,this is a terrible statistic.

I finally took my Chapter 5 spanning tree/root bridge test (the one on the CISCO site) and my long hours paid off with a 20 out of 20.I feel good enough to put CISCO down today and do some Active Directory work and tomorrow work on my Debian class.
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