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?
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?
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.
https://www.learncisco.net/test-ccna.php?exam=100-105 (above one is a good one)
These are all ICND1 practice exams
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
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.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.