Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Rooster, Jun 30, 2004.

  1. Rooster

    Rooster Guest

    I have been through 9 months training on Cisco routers and switches, 3
    months on CCNA and 6 months on CCNP and have failed the 640-801 twice. I
    have passed all three of my classes with a minimum of 105 (top scores for my
    classes) I can configure anything in those 6 books by memory (Cisco Press
    CCNA and CCNP.) My instructors were CCNP's and CCIE's. I am very good at
    configuring routers and switches at these levels and have two years
    experience using the Cisco configurator in a sales capacity. But, I still
    can't pass the CCNA; the second time I took it I realized that I'm lacking
    in knowledge of the memorization of layer 1 and 2 stuff and am re-reading
    the CCNA inrto book. Can anyone direct me to any extra study material at
    this level?
    Bored out of my mind memorizing cable specs.
    Rooster, Jun 30, 2004
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