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Re: CCNA ThanX posted 03/09/1999
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  I used the Sybex book by Tom L, I thought it was a great book.  I also 
used the courseware from the ICRC (Intro to Cisco Routers Course), 
information from the Cisco Doc CD, some experience, and one or two CBT's 
from work.  With all that stuff I managed to pass the exam, but I used 
Tom's book as my main source of studying.  I like the way he layed out 
the objectives, it helped enable me to take the objectives from Cisco 
and change them into questions.  I then answered each objective 
completely and correctly, from there I made a little recall list that I 
carried around with me everywhere.  Each time I had 5 or 10 minutes of 
free time, in the Dr's office waitingroom, waiting at a red light 
(stopped of course), I would whip-it-out and look at it.  It seemed to 
be very productive.  I hope this helps you in your endevors.  Also if 
you check the archives there are plenty more great resources to pick 
from.  The URL is:

     Good Luck
      Al, The Network Dude

 Tue,  9 Mar 1999 08:46:46 -0600 (CST)
Date: Tue, 09 Mar 1999 08:29:13 -0600
From: Jim Dixon <dixon@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: CCNA ThanX
To: Arf John <arf_thread@xxxxxxxxxxx>

Hey does this indicate that you began studying for CCNA a month ago?
If so what materials specifically did you study?

Jim Dixon

Arf John wrote:


 Howdy Ho Y'all,
         I've been lurkin around in the shadows for about a month or so 
and the info I get from this group is great.  I have not contributed 
much because sometimes its overwhelming, reminding me of my limited 
knowledge and making me feel 'Smart like rock, swift like tree'.  If I 
hang around long enough gaining all this free knowledge I'm sure I will 
be able to give back what y'all give so willingly.  I just wanted to 
thank y'all for all the selfless input.

 As far as certifications go (CNX), whatever is more important to you
letters behind your name or the knowledge, only you can be the judge of 
that.  Knowledge however gained is still knowledge.

                                 Al, The Network Dude

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