career change – telco to networking

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i have been working for telecom company for nearly 2 years. i have degree in telecom enginenring. i am finding myself more interested in networking world, while going through cisco ccna materials. i am thinking to begin from ccna... don't know am i going right way? i would really appriciate valuable suggestion from experienced people, thanks!

ASKED: November 5, 2009  4:24 AM
UPDATED: November 10, 2009  8:39 PM

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of course your going the right way. if you could see the technologies and trends nowadays, networking particularly cisco ccna are in demand. in international standards, most of them uses cisco as thier primary devices.

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  • Yasir Irfan
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    I completely agree with the above answer. I dont know how much you know about networking, and the only thing I would suggest to add on to Yeahboy above is that you should check out Netowrk+ as well so you can get the basics down. Altogether though CCNA is definately the most feasable and responsible route to go.
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