Todd Lammle has the latest material, equipment and labs for the new CCENT!
The new CCENT, it is no longer an introduction class!read more
Take a look at the labs in the new CCENT course! Tell me this isn’t a BIG change! One thing to keep in mind well looking at this: ipv6 is a huge subject! Background, addressing, configuration and verifying are all covered — way more indepth than the current CCNA had covered IPv6! Performing Switch Startup and Initial Configuration Operating and Configuring a Cisco® IOS Device Enhancing the Security of Initial Switch Configuration Performing Initial Router Startup Performing Initial Router Configuration Enhancing the Security of Initial Router...read more
Cisco® announced their new certification paths on March 25th, 2013. The CCNA is no longer a prerequisite to all other certification paths; however, the CCENT (ICND1) is now the prerequisite to most tracks. At first, the CCENT would seem to provide an inadequate foundation, but Cisco® has really up’d their technology in the CCENT area! No longer is it an easy introduction to networking with some Cisco® routing and switching. We’re talking about a serious update to the CCENT! The new CCENT exam covers the usual OSI, TCP/IP, subnetting, etc… but...read more
Cisco® has officially released the details about the new CCNA, ICND1 and ICND2 exams and objectives. You can be assured that Todd Lammle’s GlobalNet Training is now teaching all the latest material. Enroll with us today while you still have the option to get certified with the current exam, and you’ll be covered for all the new objectives! Required Exam(s) Recommended Training 640–802 CCNA Last day to test September 30, 2013 OR 200–120 CCNA Interconnecting Cisco® Networking Devices: Accelerated (CCNAX) v1.1Interconnecting Cisco® Networking...read more
The fact that your time is running out to get certified with the current ICND2 exam requirements is no surprise, but we now have the official deadline. According to a notice that Cisco® posted to the CLN Network, probably inadvertently, you only have until September 30th to choose either the current ICND2 exam (640–816) or the new 200–101 exam. Starting September 30th, the 200–101 exam will be the only exam available, and you will need to prepare using the 200–101 exam topics. A screen grab of the Cisco® announcement is below: Djalil Ayed,...read more