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wburrough

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I just graduated from college with an AS in Computer networking...and i dont know [bleep]. lol. I was interested in studying for my CCNA. I am sure some of you have some experiance with this. I just dont want to start out down the wrong path, buying books that suck and studying the wrong things. Any advice on what books i should purchase or what steps i should take would be great. thanks alot
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i really like the cert books put out by cybex...they're usually really good....also check into some local cert classes or online ones..they generally aren't the cheapest things in the world..but they help alot
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i want to buy a used cisco router to practice on. Which one should i get?
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Right books are 1.CiscoPress Official Exam Certification Guide (ICND1 and ICND2) – Wendell Odom 2.CiscoPress CCNA Portable Command Guide – Scott Empson 3.Boson Exsim Max questions 4.Study guide by Mcquerry
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