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61  CompTIA / Server + / Server+ Practice questions on: June 10, 2001, 11:30:17 PM
Hi,
  Check out http://www.simulationexams.com/
They have some practice questions on inet+ and server+ exams.
Smiley
62  Cisco / CCDA/CCDP / Failed CCDA & some hints on: November 05, 2000, 07:33:00 PM
How close is this ccda exam to that of ccna exam? How many questions and duration of the exam? If we have already passed ccna, how much time does it take to prepare for ccda?
thanks
63  Cisco / CCDA/CCDP / Cisco Practice Exams on: November 22, 2000, 10:30:00 AM
Try http://www.simulationexams.com/  for ccna and ccda practice exams.
helper
64  Cisco / CCDA/CCDP / CCDA exam info on: November 05, 2000, 07:22:00 PM
Hi,
 I would like to know some exam info like, the number of questions in ccda exam, duration. Also, does anybody know whether this exam is scheduled for retirement?
Thanks in advance.
65  Cisco / CCNA / 1 question on: November 24, 2000, 10:57:00 AM
I would like to discuss on the point.
"Available bandwidth doubles in full duplex". What is the available bandwidth in csma/cd?..it is slightly less than 40%. This is because of the access scheme and the collisions in csma/cd.
In Full duplex, there are no collisions, and the access is deterministic. THerefore, almost 100% of the bandwidth will be available, whether used or not. This is more than double the band width which csma/cd offers.
ANy comments?
Thanks.
66  Cisco / CCNA / Where do you want to go today? on: November 07, 2000, 11:51:00 AM
It depends. I think, if you are already working on  implementing networks with Cisco routers / switches, CCNP may be a good choice. If you want an over all understanding of the subject before really getting hands on, CCDA must be a good choice.
helper
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67  Cisco / CCNA / Practice Sites on: October 26, 2000, 06:56:00 PM
Please check out http://www.simulationexams.com
several multiple choice questions are available at this site.


68  Cisco / CCNA / Taking exam in 2 weeks on: October 23, 2000, 01:31:00 PM
   One requires consistant study for atleast 2-3 months with some amount (atleast a few hours) hands on experience. Some prep. exams will help to gauge your preparedness before taking actual exam. CCNA by Todd Lammle is good for preparation.
Good Luck!
69  Cisco / CCNA / where to get cheapest books on: October 22, 2000, 07:01:00 PM
It depends. Usually, fatbrain.com is cheap on some Cisco books. addall.com can be usefull for comparing the book prices in the market.

helper, www.simulationexams.com
70  Cisco / CCNA / Hello Everyone! Advice? on: October 22, 2000, 07:17:00 PM
Hello,
   To start with, it is better to go through Cisco books. It will help reading Todd's book for serious preparation. Some prep tests on CCNA from say, www.boson.com  or www.simulationexams.com  will be highly useful. Ofcourse, some hands on training will be required.
Good Luck!

 
71  Cisco / CCNA / Testing on Monday on: October 22, 2000, 07:22:00 PM
Hi,
 There will be more questions on VLANs, Switches, and Frame Relay. In addition to usual access lists, IOS etc.
Good luck!
72  Cisco / CCNA / question on: October 20, 2000, 07:09:00 PM
hello,
    I agree with Ed. While preparing for CCNA, understanding of concepts is very vital. It may require that you refer to official curriculam often for better understanding of the subject. Once the concepts are better understood, CCNA by Todd is good choice. Taking a couple of practice test at the end will help in gauging our understanding and clarity of the subject. It also help us to review the topics that we score less or feel difficult to answer. Overall, its some thing like an iterative process, till one feels confident of facing the exam.
Good luck.
helper, MCSE,CCNA www.simulationexams.com
 
73  Cisco / CCNA / Pratice Test Refelections.... on: October 20, 2000, 08:22:00 PM
hi,
   It is important to read thoroughly such that concepts are clear and have some amount of hands on experience. It looks like you have not studied Cisco Official books. These books help you understand the concepts very well.Simulation Exams can be used for testing oneself before taking the actual exam.
Gook Luck - helper mcse,ccna. www.simulationexams.com
74  Cisco / CCNA / help on: October 20, 2000, 07:17:00 PM
hello,
 While preparing for CCNA, understanding of concepts is very vital. It may require that you refer to official curriculam often for better understanding of the subject. Once the concepts are better understood, CCNA by Todd is a good choice. Taking a few practice tests at the end will help in gauging our understanding and clarity of the subject. It also help us to review the topics that we score less or feel difficult to answer. Overall, its some thing like an iterative process, till one feels confident of facing the exam.
Good luck.
helper
MCSE,CCNA  www.simulationexams.com
75  Cisco / CCNA / help for a newbie on: October 17, 2000, 06:27:00 AM
I will try to answer one of your questions:
"Why can't ethernet be used on a WAN?"
   Some of the main reasons I think, in addition to what has already been suggested before are:
   Ethernet works in a contention based access environment. i.e. CSMA/CD. Here all the packets are broadcast to all the stations in the subnet. In other words, LAN protocols are usually multiple access protocols. In LAN environment, network utilization efficiency is less and but affordable. The result is networking equipment required to be used in LAN environment is simpler and less expensive. WAN protocols are usually "point to point" protocols. This is so mainly because, bandwidth is at premium in WAN environment. Network bandwidth utilization factor (efficiency) is high in using WAN protocol. Whole range of WAN protocols (eg. HDLC, X.25 etc) have developed around this concept and the standards are framed in tune with this.
Thanks.
helper. www.simulationexams.com
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