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Re: Where to Start for CCNP [7:63630] posted 02/24/2003
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buy the course books from the cisco press series..thats what
the test come from...
you can compliment the books with most of the hands on that
the books describe on
your equipment....

Larry Letterman
Network Engineer
Cisco Systems


----- Original Message -----
From: "Steven Aiello" 
To: 
Sent: Monday, February 24, 2003 9:49 AM
Subject: Where to Start for CCNP [7:63630]


> I recently passed my CCNA, and I am interested in starting
on my CCNP.
> I am taking classes at a local college that offers 10 week
classes based
> around each of the 4 tests.  Basically the CCNP path lasts
40 weeks.  I
> start in the fall and I wanted to get a jump start on my
learning as I
> have been told the skill level between the 2 certs is
great.  I have a
> few low end routers as home, and 1 5000 switch.  Can any
one point me in
> the right direction as far where I should start?  Should I
just buy a
> book on OSPF or BGP for the routing section? Or is there a
better way.
>
> Thanks all,
> Steve
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