• How can I get an entry-level networking job with no experience and a Network+ certification?

    Hi, I have Network+, and I am studying for my CCNA, but I do not have any Cisco routers or switches to practice with to get hands-on experience. I really want to start a career in networking, so what should I do? Most entry level jobs require months to a years worth of job experience.

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  • Which networking job provides the best income and stability?

    I am a first year networking student working my way towards my associate networking degree which I am scheduled to complete in the Summer of 2008. I plan to acquire a Cisco certification and use it combined with my degree to land my first job and complete my bachelor's degree the following year....

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  • Career path in IT

    I am fresh graduate in field of IT majoring in Data Communications. My seriors told me to select a career path in either in Networking ,Database, Systems or Application Programming. I have selected Networking and prepared for CCNA exam. However, lots of books combine between networking and systems...

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  • User(s) are complaining of delays when using the network. What would you do?

    Q: User(s) are complaining of delays when using the network. What would you do?

    Sappidi5 pointsBadges:
  • network engineer career qualifications

    hey!hi guys!!!could u pls tel me is this ccna is enough to become as a network engineer

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  • CCNA Lab Setup

    Trying to setup a ccna lab. I want to setup the lab with my 2wire modem in front then my 2514 router then my 2924 switch then to the computer. How can I make this happen

    Clavender7910 pointsBadges:
  • MCSE/CCNA Lab

    HI All ,  Can we get free simulator Labs  for preparing CCNA /CCNP/ MCSE /REDHAT Thanks KSR

    Ksr1234320 pointsBadges:
  • Career change to networking

    I have basic knowlegde of computers, know some terms of networking LAN, WAN. wanted to get in networking field looking at comptia network + or just go in for cisco CCNA? i know that comptia network+ studies the boarder side of networking. cisco ccna is more cisco hardware and software coding...

    Chock5 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco professional – certification recommendations

    can i do ccsp after my completion of my ccna.

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  • CCNA and Masters degree

    last year i completed my BCA. i'm intrested in CCNA security right now i'm not doing any education so what should i do do Post graduation or do CCNA security. i'm not intrested in programming and i have completed MCSA.

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  • What college degree would compliment a CCNA/CCNP certification?

    I am currently finishing up my associates degree and afterwards I plan on moving on to get my bachelors degree. At the same time, I am currently studying for my CCNA. What is a bachelor's degree that would compliment other network oriented certifications? I would hate to get a degree which does...

    Drose577815 pointsBadges:
  • Which certs should I take first?

    Hi everyone, completely new here so.. Here goes my question. I'm currently taking a diploma of Cyber and Digital Security, which covers on networking and ethical hacking (all very lightly). After this Diploma, I'm planning to head more into the network and security side (following the steps of my...

    Benjilee5 pointsBadges:
  • new CCNA certifications

    Hi all, I have recnetly get my mcsa2003 certification and looking to enter in cisco arena, but confused which track to chose security, wirless or voice. I personally dont consider myself well for security are then 2 left, can anyone advise which is the best in context of future prospective....

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  • Masters in Network and Distributed Systems with CCNA????

    Hi Guys, I am doing my Masters in Networks and Distributed Systems. Currently I have 2 months vacation in hand and want to do CCNA in that time. Need help on whether it is good idea?? Will it help my Masters?? Masters in Networks and Distributed Systems with CCNA is a good combination?? Will the...

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  • What to do after CCNP

    I have done CCNA certification and got training in CCNP.. I am confused whether to do CCNP certification or To get training in CCSP and to write CCSP certification.. Can u please suggest in which way i have to proceed to find job easily whether...Presently i am working with CCNA for last 2 years.

    Dineshsarai5 pointsBadges:
  • NOC engineer career

    Career confusion?? Hi, I am a trainedin mcse,ccna guy but being a fresher did not find one job in networking field. I came across this opening of NOC Engineer - solaris at a company and they are hiring freshers, I got the job as NOC engineer, I have not much knowledge about linux/solaris but they...

    Shummu5 pointsBadges:
  • Is it right to do faculty job after CCNA?

    I am CCNA certified and I want to earn some experience.  Many companies prefer experienced CCNA candidates. So I am planning to join CCNA faculty job in any Computer Hardware and Networking institute to earn experience and then join any company for the post of network engineer. Can companies...

    Yjr15 pointsBadges:
  • Recommend Cisco Home Lab

    Please give me your thoughts on the best way to setup a Cisco home lab. Although I need to re-certify my CCNA my focus is to take a deep technical dive and master Cisco before going on to next level(CCNP). I work with Cisco but want my own lab to experiment and try different topologies and...

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  • Bachelor of Science in Security System degree? is it worth it?

    Hello everyone, completely new here so here is my question...I just finished my associate degree in Information Technology and starting my BS in Security System in Criminal Justice in fall 2010. I want to get in to IT Security (Computer Forensic/Security) kinda thing.   Here is a list of some...

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  • IT career advice on CCNA and Masters degree

    What are the fields in which a Masters degree can be pursued after completion of CCNA? My friend has completed B.E. in I.T. & is now going for CCNA classes. He has no experience as such. Does doing Masters further the job prospects compared to people having CCNA + job experience? Should he go for...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:

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