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What was his post?
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I think I used my scrap only for the labs to keep track of IP's instead of switching back and forth.

It might help you a lot more to reference an easy way to figure out anything you need instead of simply memorizing a raw table (networks double and hosts in half for each extra subnet bit, etc etc).
Agreed I don't think I used half of the paper they gave me.
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One day... one day I want to take this test. What would be recommendations from the gurus .. where do I start to learn it.
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One day... one day I want to take this test. What would be recommendations from the gurus .. where do I start to learn it.

I am not a guru, just someone studying for the test. Here is what I am using to study.

CBTNuggets CCNA Videos - Gotta love Jeremy!
CCNA Study Guide 6th Edition by Todd Lammle(w/ Sample questions/flashcards)
Configureterminal.com and packetlife.com are good resources
Equipment sitting around at work.
PacketTracer occasionally

I plan to take the test the second week of June and will have about 90 days total of studying. I have been watching the videos and taking notes. Then I read the chapter from the book. The last 2 weeks or so I plan to just cram and walk in and take the single CCNA test. We'll see how it goes.
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I am not a guru
He didn't ask your then. Why did you post.
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He didn't ask your then. Why did you post.
Your point? Was just trying to give some insight from what "gurus" have suggested I use.

Next time you decide to bash someone, take the time to post something that makes sense. It's obvious you were so excited to run your mouth you couldn't even type a coherent sentence.
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Are those my nuts in your mouth?... I'm talking about your avatar of course.
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Start with Cybex CCNA Study Guides, Todd Lammle does a good job on it. I forget how many editions he has authored now. Packettracer I guess. I had been in the field 8 years before I was hounded enough to go take the test and that was 5 years ago. I think there is some Community Colleges that offer classes for it now. If you have no experience in the field you might start their, or better yet. Get your Net+ so you have a general understanding, then your CCNA.
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This is what I used. I also did the combined test.

Official Cisco Study guide.
Chris Bryant CCNA videos.
Physical Lab I have at home.

I think that was all.
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He didn't ask you then. Why did you post?
Since you seem to be in a mood today... I fixed it for you...
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