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1  Cisco / CCNA / Just wanted to share on: April 17, 2003, 08:48:03 AM
wow.. really cool site!  Thank you!  Cheesy
2  Cisco / CCNA / How many questions? on: April 14, 2003, 10:31:36 PM
60 questions, 90mins to complete it
required 849 to pass
3  Cisco / CCNA / Igrp on: April 10, 2003, 01:56:13 PM

Route Selection section.

Enhanced IGRP uses three kinds of routes: internal, external, and summary. Internal routes are routes that are learned from Enhanced IGRP. External routes are routes that are learned from another protocol and then redistributed into Enhanced IGRP. Summary routes are routes that Enhanced IGRP may dynamically create due to auto summarization, or due to an explicit summary route configuration. Route selection is based on administrative distance. The default administrative distance for Enhanced IGRP is 90 (internal), 170 (external), or 5 (summary). For IGRP, the default administrative distance is 100 because internal Enhanced IGRP routes take precedence over IGRP routes, and IGRP routes are preferred to external Enhanced IGRP routes.
4  Cisco / CCNA / Igrp on: April 10, 2003, 07:45:02 AM
A, C, and D
5  Cisco / CCNA / Which practice test is best on: March 22, 2003, 01:56:02 PM
After you guys mentioned Boson, I purchased and tried it..  I think they're great too..
Give you more options on the way you can take your practice tests..
6  Cisco / CCNA / config register on: March 19, 2003, 01:16:09 PM
That config register is set to boot the router from Flash memory and to ignore Break at the next reboot of the router.
7  Cisco / CCNA / Which practice test is best on: March 18, 2003, 10:56:51 AM
I like the Transcenders.. but can't compare them to Boson tests.. never taken one.

If you score a 70 on the transcenders, you can probably skim by on the actual exam.
8  Cisco / CCNA / Cisco 2516 Eth.(14 Hub Ports)/Dual Serial/ISDN-BRI Router on: March 18, 2003, 09:34:24 AM
Guys..  what can I do with a 2516 router in a home environment?
Cable Modem, LInksys 4port router and several PC's..

It's got 14 ethernet ports, dual serial, and an ISDN port..

My question is, can I connect it to my cable modem?
What other environments can I emulate?
And what can the 14 ethernet ports can be used for?

I know it is primarily a PPP to Ethernet router, but couldn't find any other info on the net.

9  Cisco / CCNA / Is Formal Training Needed? on: March 06, 2003, 05:25:46 PM
You're welcome. I'm using this book and CD now and think it's great.

As far as the MCP goes, I don't think it's hard at all, but there's a lot of information, so it's time consuming.
10  Cisco / CCNA / Is Formal Training Needed? on: March 06, 2003, 04:42:15 PM
This is the book along with the CCNA Lab
11  Cisco / CCNA / I need a BREAKDOWN on: March 06, 2003, 02:55:50 PM
12  Cisco / CCNA / Is Formal Training Needed? on: March 05, 2003, 07:35:52 PM
I think you'll be OK if you pick up the Sybex Book + LAB CD combo..
13  Cisco / CCNA / New Certified on: March 02, 2003, 05:12:26 PM
Originally posted by Lina
also i will set my BSCN after couple of weeks and i will use the same way as what i did before Smiley

Well, I hope that where ever you are, they just pay attention to what your resume says and not what you actually know.  You can present yourself to be a CCNP, but will you be able to perform on the job?

And if you think that your employer won't care if you know what you say you do, and they'll teach you everything once you start the job, then you are wrong. Those days are far gone.  Now a days you have to go through 3 - 5 meetings with the employers. They do test you technical knowledge.  Even if they open that Sybex book and read some questions right out of the book, but they defenatly do.

So, I wish you luck, because you're gonna need it.
14  Cisco / CCNA / New Certified on: March 02, 2003, 02:01:54 PM
Originally posted by trogers5
By the way how were you able to get through the sim questions without at least a router e-sim? I know TK is good but I'm preparing for the exam itself without any router hands on except e-sim support.


I don't know if you're reading a book, but Tood Lammle's Sybex book comes with a cd that has some very good labs, and it's free with the book. Ofcourse it's not the full version, which has ALL of the labs that you can do following the book and is excellent. I'm doing them right now as going through the book, but i also have access to routers at school..  But the CCNA Lab gold edition is more than enough to sit the CCNA exam in my opinion.
15  General discussions / General Discussion / Certification still pays, says study on: February 26, 2003, 09:00:40 AM
Here's an interesting article...
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