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1 point · 1 day ago · edited 1 day ago

Rupees you say? Do you happen to live in India do you? If so DM me 🤑🤔😏

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3 points · 1 day ago

Not India, Hyrule


Definitely want to be in the IT field. I have net+ and Ccent. I find networking to be fun, not really into coding and such, but I figured the CSA has nice longevity focusing on cloud. Just trying to pick someone elses brains in regards to the two options. What are your opinions of both?

3 points · 2 days ago

Nothing says you cannot focus on emerging and fascinating technologies as relates to networking and the cloud later on.

What will you enjoy? What do you already have a background in? The education provided by the NOS will only provide enough foundation to get into Networking to see if you really like it or not -- it doesn't sign your life in blood to being stuck behind a terminal for a router or switch.

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Original Poster1 point · 2 days ago

See I’m in the networking field already, which I why I posted the OP. I have ccent, so now I’m thinking if by choosing CSA I am kind of recreating the wheel so to speak

From what I've been told, IT degrees dont do much besides check a box on a job application. Go the path of least resistance and pick whatever you find the most interesting. That being said I finished BSNOS and it was great, starting my MS on the first.

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Original Poster1 point · 2 days ago

“The path of least resistance” I like that

Looks like it's that time again... He is going to exploit the poverty of his own country just to try and make some easy money. Scumbag.

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A real life Wakanda

14 points · 4 days ago

so whats the sentiment fellas? Are we out of the wood works yet? Was 6/19/2018 was the start of the year of the bull?

I've had to change mentors because of a similar problem. I ended up wasting almost two months of my first term trying to get classes approved.

Just notify WGU that you need a different mentor, the process to switch for me was mostly painless. They had me do a phone call with the new mentor and I hit the ground running.

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Did you get some sort of compensation for those two months? I would be pissed

2 points · 7 days ago

Nothing wrong with getting a BA in your choice and going outside the area of study for a few preferred certs. I’m starting BA cloud and systems but have been working on my ccna r&s as a personal gain.

That's the route I'm taking also..

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2 points · 6 days ago

Good choice. Both are solid foundations for the future no doubt

I still haven’t played SotN. I went back and played the SNES and Genesis games and liked them but never managed to get a copy on PS

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SOTN is top 3


Going over a questionairre book that has questions regarding types of wireless networks, among other wireless related questions. My question though, I've read ICND1 (105) Lammle, reading through ICND2 part RN, but I didn't see any section diving into wireless.

Is that still a CCNA topic? Should I expect questions in the ICND2 pertaining to wireless?

2 points · 8 days ago

There is a dedicated CCNA wireless certification. 200-355

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Original Poster1 point · 8 days ago

so in regards to different types of wireless networks, that is not on the CCNA 100-105/200-105 exams?

I know, my hope is a prolonged pump

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Guinness world record - longest green Dildo - Eth 2019

Because my lambo dreams have been rekindled

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Rekindle, Ashen One


Barely passed but dammit I did it. I feel like I knew a lot more than my score shows, but I also think I rushed a couple towards the end.

Lammle Boson NetSim Online free practice questions Packet tracer

Was what I used to study. Been on and off studying, but the last month I went hard about 10 hours per day 6 days out the week.

Thanks to this sub for the enlightened questions and answers floating round this sub.

Edit: Couple of practice tests I used. (above one is a good one)

These are all ICND1 practice exams

Congrats!! Good luck on ICND2!

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Original Poster1 point · 11 days ago

thx! How long did you study for the ICND2? What were your study habits?

I'm a student at WGU and ICND2 was a 12 week class. I studied at least 3 hours a day, using Odom's book, but also using Chris Bryant and Neil Anderson's videos on Udemy. I also had access to Boson's Netsim program which was extremely useful, but the clincher is Boson's Exam Enviroment, which are practice tests that are incredibly difficult, but explain every answer in minute detail.

I don't work in IT, so some of the concepts of ICND2 took a little longer to grasp than ICND1, especially some of the Software Defined Networking and APIC Module stuff. If you can do ICND1, you can do ICND2 for sure!

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Original Poster1 point · 10 days ago

did you purchase the boson exam seperately or was it a part of the class? I'm interested as I'm starting WGU in Aug. Really would like to complete my icnd2 before I start but seeing that I just passed 1 two days ago, is it possible?


So here's the rundown. I work at an environment all Cisco. I have a desktop that is running 100 speed. The NIC has Gig speed capabilities. The problem is when I set speed to auto or 1000 on the PC NIC or the switchport, the port status turns to down. Set back speed to 100, port comes up.

I've had this happen on two switches today, both in the same IDF. Any suggestions?

Edit: I've also plugged a device directly into the switch and could not force GigE speeds. WS-C3560X-48P Switch is the switch in question

What model 2960? Does it support GigabitEthernet ports or FastEthernet?

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Original Poster1 point · 11 days ago

WS-C3560X-48P - It supports GigE as well as 10gigE i believe

The duplex and speed settings are set on both ends? Remember if you manually set it on one end you should manually set it on the other end too.

If not that, I would say bad wiring or something putting interference on those wires. Was any renovation work done lately?

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Original Poster1 point · 11 days ago

I thought the same, but I plugged my device directly into the switch, couldnt force 1gig speed. Plugged that same device into an MDF switch and was able to force gig speeds. Very weird.


So my Net+ expires Aug 1 of this year. I just passed the CCENT, and from what I was reading, the CCENT is a renewal option. My question is two parts.

  1. Do I still have to pay the comptia annual CE fee?
  2. Does the CCENT qualify? And if so, whats the process?

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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2 points · 11 days ago


That was actually the one time they used a stunt double. Keanu performed the actual footage directly after.

3 points · 13 days ago

congrats! take mines tomorrow

2 points · 16 days ago

Is that your only case? Can you do expungement? I know a similar person got Larceny. Found his way in the IT as intern and worked his way up the ladder to a solid pay 60,000 a year.

It’s definitely doable, be honest about your record. This guy has administered schools and and other businesses through his company. Don’t let the felony stop you.

I will say he’s more networking than security and most government jobs will require security clearances, but still I wouldn’t let that stop you. Best of luck

REQ a cool -82% on ETH ratio ATH

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11 points · 16 days ago

checking in. Can confirm, getting REQKT

But where is the value in burning a token which doesn't actually do much?

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2 points · 18 days ago

who said Req doesn't do much? Ask that same question with Btc in mind, same answer.


Is this a DBZ reference? Because I'd love to see RequestNetwork go super saiyan at least once! :D

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3 points · 18 days ago


13 points · 19 days ago

Remember guys, it’s not “if” moon, rather “when” moon

This is deep

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6 points · 19 days ago

young ethristotle over here

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How heavy was standard and extended acl minus nat? Also ipv6?

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Thx and also congrats

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