View Poll Results: What is the hardest topic to study for CCNA?

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  • Bridging/Switching

    396 6.94%
  • 7-layer OSI Model

    423 7.42%
  • Routed Protocols (IP)

    150 2.63%
  • Routing Protocol (RIP, IGRP etc.)

    691 12.11%
  • WAN Protocols (Frame Relay, ISDN, PPP, etc.)

    2,438 42.74%
  • LAN Technologies

    106 1.86%
  • Basic Router Management and Configuration

    282 4.94%
  • Access Lists

    1,218 21.35%
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  1. Junior Member
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    #226
    I would say WAN technology. It is require knowledge and experience to have better understanding . Everything else you can learn it and apply it with simulation
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    #227
    When I was teaching CCNA for a couple years, at least for my students each year it was by far:

    1.) Subnetting/supernetting

    2.) ACLs
    Last edited by willieb; 07-04-2018 at 05:06 AM.
    [X] CCENT ICND1 100-105
    [X] CCNA ICND2 200-105
    [X] CCNP Route 300-101
    [X] CCNP Switch 300-115
    [ ] CCNP Tshoot 300-135
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    #228
    In my opinion the the hardest part of ccna is subnetting,
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    #229
    I found it quite difficult to get my head around the WAN topics. Especially because a lot of the WAN protocols are outdated and not in use nowadays.
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