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ICND 1 PADSED 924/834

Official cert book icnd 1

Netacad ccna 2 ( i used this to get 61% voucher I found it useful for the exam)

Quick read lammen book

lab : gns3 + packet tracer no dump used

special thanks to reddit community /r/ccna

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5 points · 9 months ago

Yea yeaa!! I gotta hop on the "padased" train as well haha. Good job!

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Original Poster1 point · 9 months ago

hhhh this what happens when you use Reddit on phone

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Grats! I just passed mine a couple hours ago with a pretty high score. It feels good :D

I used:

  • Official ICND1 Cert Book

  • Stormwind Studios - ICND1 by Desiree Lindfield

  • Sunset Learning Institute - CCNAX Course

  • Boson Netsim for labs

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Senior Content Developer, Boson Software6 points · 9 months ago

Congrats!

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Original Poster1 point · 9 months ago

thanks you

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congrats.

IN the simulation sections, do you have to set up any thing?

Like DHCP for example or Ntp or create an ACL?

is it a case of a network is already setup and you just use the show commands to figure out whats wrong?

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Original Poster1 point · 9 months ago

it was a couple of scenarios when you just use show command to figure whats wrong or to answer a question like why NTP not working, PC1 not pinging

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Great score! Way to go!

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CCENT2 points · 9 months ago

Congrats !!!

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A+ | Network+ | CCNA-RS2 points · 9 months ago

Congrats!

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How long did you study for? Did you have past experience?

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Original Poster1 point · 9 months ago

Yes, I had studied 2 years network at college. for preparing ICND1 I studied 22 days with official cert book 1 week for CCNA 2 ( at Netacad ) 4 day for final preparation

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