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    Passed CCENT a week ago.

    #1 easier then Network+ IMO
    #2 LAB LAB LAB LAB

    Materials used;

    Wendell Odom Cisco Book
    CBT Nuggets Jeremy Cioara videos provided by WGU
    1800 series router
    3750
    2950
    Packet Tracer
    GNS3
    Chris Bryant Udemy course (luckily got it for $10) very very good courses
    Ryan Beney on Youtube

    I also found a few people on Twitter who are network engineers and general IT professionals.
    @labeveryday
    @pcsimplist
    @iwizkid


    I labbed everyday for about 2 months. You really need to create your own labs and try and troubleshoot the labs and understand how things work in the IOS in order to complete the labsims.

    Thanks for the help guys!
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    Congrats!
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    congrats
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    thank you!
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    Congrats! Any plans on doing ICND2 or based on your goals looks like you are going for CCNA Security?
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    CCNA part 2 after I finish my scripting and programming class which I hope to finish in a week considering I've done some programming in the past (albeit not a lot and not anytime recently)
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