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Passed CCNA: Security with an astounding 860/860! by tastelikchiken in ccna

[–]tastelikchiken[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I studied hardcore for about 3 weeks, granted I have quite a bit of firewall experience. I did rather poorly on the Email portion, which I felt was a big section of the exam.

Passed CCNA: Security with an astounding 860/860! by tastelikchiken in ccna

[–]tastelikchiken[S] 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Boson was much better than Ucertify. Ucertify gives you false hope, makes you feel like a god lol

Passed CCNA: Security with an astounding 860/860! by tastelikchiken in ccna

[–]tastelikchiken[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Yep, but I only used the OCG when I took ICND 1 and 2 and that was sufficient to pass. With Sec, I doubt it.

CCENT or CCNA to go into security? by geekhawk420 in ccna

[–]tastelikchiken 2 points3 points  (0 children)

I just took the CCNA Security today, and I highly recommend getting the full CCNA before going into other certs. The CCENT just doesn't cover enough in my opinion.

Passed CCNA: Security with an astounding 860/860! by tastelikchiken in ccna

[–]tastelikchiken[S] 2 points3 points  (0 children)

It's with my school, WGU. It is honestly, shit. Don't recommend it, it had some additional practice tests and stuff that basically makes you feel over confident because it is much easier than the actual exam.

Passed CCNA: Security with an astounding 860/860! by tastelikchiken in ccna

[–]tastelikchiken[S] 11 points12 points  (0 children)

I used the official cert guide, Ucertify through WGU and CBT Nuggets. Honestly, I did not feel prepared through the test lol but I guess I got just enough. It was quite difficult, much harder than the CCNA in my opinion.

Just a thought... by carterdmcc in CryptoCurrency

[–]tastelikchiken 14 points15 points  (0 children)

IBM has some crazy technology, they aren't busy building your desktop because they are building Supercomputers now.

https://www.engadget.com/2017/06/23/the-air-force-and-ibm-are-building-an-ai-supercomputer/

Ripple slips below $2 by vthallam in CryptoCurrency

[–]tastelikchiken 0 points1 point  (0 children)

And you can't understand what I said. Read the full context ya dumbass. And I'm not throwing a tantrum lol just pointing out that you're wrong and you're being a bitch about it.

Ripple slips below $2 by vthallam in CryptoCurrency

[–]tastelikchiken 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Click "view the full context" Can you not read? You said it was doing terrible, I said it wasn't. If you think being up any amount is doing terrible, you're a fucking idiot.

Ripple slips below $2 by vthallam in CryptoCurrency

[–]tastelikchiken 8 points9 points  (0 children)

So what you said is wrong. Cool, glad we got that out of the way.

What is FairX? by CobraCock87 in Stellar

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? The XLM ICO is long gone my friend.

What skills can a poor 19 y/o learn to help make an income and get further in life? by PM_ME_UR_REDHEAD in AskReddit

[–]tastelikchiken 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I'm actually still in the Air Force, get out in about 6-8 months. So the only cert that is actually required for me is Security+, a lot of government jobs require that. As for knowledge, all my certs have helped in some way, but strictly job speaking the CCNA and CCNA Security have helped the most.

Network+ would have also helped, but that is the one I got most recently and I knew nearly all the information from my previous cert studies. As for getting my ass saved, understanding how packets and frames flow through a network and how to correctly create ACLs has been a huge help for me. I was required to create baseline configurations for our switches and routers at my last base, as well as create a 2 thousand line ACL. They definitely help me understand things better than what I was taught during my career field training.

withdrawal successful on Binance but not arriving in Lobstr by xElectrickz in Stellar

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It takes awhile for lobstr but if you access the stellar network it will show your deposit much sooner than it appears in your lobstr wallet. Did the same thing and panicked lol

What skills can a poor 19 y/o learn to help make an income and get further in life? by PM_ME_UR_REDHEAD in AskReddit

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I have been doing networking for close to 6 years in the Air Force. I have A+, Net+, Proj+, Linux+, Sec+, CCNA and taking my CCNA: Security on Friday actually to renew my CCNA since it expires soon. My goal is to get CCNP and CEH (Certified Ethical Hacker) by the end of next year though. My first cert was also CCENT then of course CCNA shortly after.

What skills can a poor 19 y/o learn to help make an income and get further in life? by PM_ME_UR_REDHEAD in AskReddit

[–]tastelikchiken 0 points1 point  (0 children)

A+ isn't really related, but Net+ would give you a solid understanding of networks in general. But, it isn't really required. Best of luck to you! And if you need any help or anything I can explain stuff pretty well so feel free to reach out