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1  CompTIA / Security+ / Im looking for a WinXP login crack on: March 16, 2007, 03:43:35 PM
heh
2  CompTIA / Security+ / Books and Study Guides on: September 01, 2006, 11:13:31 PM
CompTIA also has official course books available on their online store now. I've used them for server+ and linux+ with good luck so far. I've always found Sybex to be too full of fluff.. Give them a try if you agree. Each book comes with an e-learning course and practice tests to help you prep which help justify the slightly higher cost compared to 3rd party vendor materials.
3  Cisco / CCDA/CCDP / Passed ARCH and finished CCDP today on: June 24, 2005, 05:52:48 PM
Passed by the skin of my teeth, but made it through. I used the Cisco Press Self Study guide and the flash card kit with testing engine. As always I got a few left fielder questions, but it's worthwhile to review AAVID benefits and know your wireless/telephony cold. Good luck to everyone else studying for this, I'm taking a break from Cisco for a while and doing some CompTIA exams. I'll be back for CCSP later this year.
4  Cisco / Cisco Security exams / Cisco VPN Concentrators? on: June 23, 2005, 06:40:49 PM
Concentrators can do almost everything that a PIX or IOS router can (and some things even better like WebVPN), but the setup is different and the rules are a little strange to configure of the interface.
5  CompTIA / Security+ / Passed on: June 23, 2005, 06:37:59 PM
Congrats man! Any recommendations for the rest of us? What books did you use?
6  Cisco / CCIE / Good forums? on: June 23, 2005, 06:34:31 PM
What the hell happened to this place? I take a break from studying for a few months.. come back and there are no more valid users or posts. It's all about the advertising. Where did everyone go and why isn't the webmaster doing something? I must have missed some major blowout or something..
7  Microsoft (MCSE, MCSD, MOUS, MCAD) / SQL server exams / 70-229 Easier than 228 on: April 25, 2005, 09:27:51 AM
Guess it all depends on your background... I'm a network guy, not a programmer and found 228 to be way easier than 229.
8  Cisco / CCNP / Ccnp on: April 25, 2005, 09:24:59 AM
Thanks for the support guys, I know a few of you have been watching my progess for quite a while on that one. Marathi, I only used the Cisco Press books. For CIT I actually dumped the questions that stumped me when I failed that first time and used the info to go back through my old CCNP books. I got the CIT tool info from the old CIT 500 series book (chapters 1 and 2 describe tools that the new series of books don't go into.. like BERT). I still had BSCI fresh in my head, so I reviewed BCRAN and BCMSN. The Press book had all the theory and model info in it. Combined I didn't have too much trouble the second time around, but it definitely took more prep than originally anticipated. I'm working on ARCH now and hope to try that one within the next month. Any tips for that one? I'm using the new Cisco Press book and I've got the flash card kit.
9  Cisco / CCNP / Need advise for building my CCNP Home lab. Whats in your lab? on: January 15, 2005, 09:51:10 PM
Try to pick up some cards for those 2611s if possible. BCRAN is going to hit you with modem dial-in questions and ISDN questions. Getting a 56k wic and a BRI would be a good idea to prep for those. Honestly you can pass them all with no equipment, but if you want to prep for CCIE consider all the CCNP tests. It sounds like you are relatively covered for BSCI and BCMSN, but don't forget BCRAN. CIT will build upon all 3, so once you get those 3 knocked out you will be good for CIT. Good luck on your exams and have fun playing with your routers.
10  General discussions / Certifications and IT jobs/Salaries / I'd say you're right on: January 10, 2005, 09:40:59 PM
Most companies aren't familiar with CIW.. it hasn't gotten popular enough over the years to hold a lot of weight. Your CNA is more valuable. If you go to web companies you might have some luck, especially if you get the opportunity to show them what's involved in getting CIW. Unix/MS certs hold more value even in web environments. Good luck to you Ellen, you'll find something.. just be patient and stay motivated.
11  General discussions / Certifications and IT jobs/Salaries / How much are you making and with what? on: January 10, 2005, 09:37:26 PM
Senior Network Engineer 75k-


A+, Net+, I-Net+
MCSA, MCSE, MCDBA, MCT
CCDA, CCNP
CIW-A

Working on CCDP

6 Years of experience

No degrees, certificate from BU for W2K administration..

Live in MA
(Way more expensive to live here than most places in the country)
12  General discussions / Certifications and IT jobs/Salaries / What Certs Should I Do To Get A Job on: January 09, 2005, 02:52:18 PM
For now stick with the Microsoft track. If you get too many certs in too many different areas with no experience it will look to an employer like you are all paper. Finish your MCSE, maybe do a specialization in Exchange or security, and get a couple of foundation certs (a+, net+, security+, etc..). Use that to get in the door, and once you're in start working on certs that benefit your new employer. For now though concentrate on one path so that you can get qualified on one task, then expand your knowledge once you've proven yourself in that one area. Remember, if you don't use it you lose it.. so if you start working on MCSD and you're not going to be a developer, the paper will mean nothing to you in two or three years because you've forgotten everything you studied. As for MCT, it doesn't do you any good unless you can teach classes. In order to maintain your certification you have to teach X hours of classes a year. Even if you get it, you'll lose it after your first year because you won't be able to meet the teaching requirements. Good luck on your MCSE, that should keep you busy enough for a while.
13  Microsoft (MCSE, MCSD, MOUS, MCAD) / SQL server exams / 70-228 Help what went wrong on: January 07, 2005, 09:49:21 AM
If you can get your hands on SQL 2000 drop into one of your machines and do the labs that came with that self study kit. Anything the kit doesn't fully explain look up with the SQL help BOL that comes with SQL server. The best way to get through those exhibits is hands on experience. If you are comfortable with the system and are familiar with it when you get an exhibit question like that you will know what you are looking at and it won't take as long to figure it all out. The labs with the kit are pretty good and can help you familiarize yourself with the system better than just straight studying. SQL is a tough system, don't rush into the exams and you will be fine... good luck on the next round.
14  Cisco / CCDA/CCDP / Failed again on: January 07, 2005, 09:43:57 AM
Drop the testking... it's only going to make you second guess yourself on whether they are right or you are right. Most of us frown on braindumps (inluding myself), but I figure that's a more rational response than "DUMPS BAD". My recommendations for you are to: Buy another book if possible (Don't know if there is an exam certification guide and a self study guide from Cisco Press for the new exam, but if there is buy the other book you don't have), buy the CCDA/CCDP flash card pack if possible, read through the business design scenarios at the end of each chapter and in the appendixes of your book, if you got the exam certification guide use the testing engine included on the cd-rom that came with the book (a lot of times the scenarios on the exam are very similar to those), and lastly don't give up on the exam! Everyone gets their butt kicked by some exam or another and its never easy, but your perserverence will pay off in the end. Good luck on your next try!
15  Cisco / Cisco Qualified Specialist / Recommend which router? on: January 07, 2005, 09:35:21 AM
Adilux,


         I'm surprised you're running an 800 series at all man. I usually recommend a 1721 for small branch offices and a 2620 for medium offices (3600 series or better for main offices depending on office size). I'd almost recommend purchasing a 2620 for your main office, then moving the 1720 series to the office you think will grow the fastest out of the group. As for VPN tunnels, if you get the right IOS revision you should be able to run multiple tunnels interconnecting each site. Hope this helps!
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