a lot of community college offer "Network adminstrator certification class" which teach people with basic network knowledge for example such as TCP/IP, window 2003 server and UNIX/LINUX , I might take that as my first step as entry level tech,and will continued to study either MCSA , CCNA or Unix, My ? is if I am looking for CCNA certification and does CCNA people need to know other parts of tech skill for example such as Unix or MCSA??,
Do you think it is good to take basic Newtork class before any certification such as CCNA/MCSE, or should I go straight into CCNA/MCSE.
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