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wildfirewildfire Posts: 654Member
For those of you doing CCNA, read below as this may be worth a look

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Routing Protocols on CCNA Prep Center TV

Join more than 90,000 users on the CCNA Prep Center for our live 30-minute monthly online TV talk show.

Sign up now: Attendance space is limited, so visit www.cisco.com/go/prepcenter and click “Register Now” under the Community TV heading to reserve your space today.

Date: Tuesday, January 31, 2006
Time: 11 a.m. Eastern Time/8 a.m. Pacific Time, and 16:00 GMT
Title: Routing Protocols

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Guests: The show, hosted by Christine Yoshida, a Cisco Training Development Manager, who possesses both a CCNA and CCSP will feature special guest Mike Wilson. Mike has been teaching CCNA Bootcamps for years and possesses multiple certifications.

Agenda: The program will focus on routing protocols that will help CCNA candidates pass their exam. Customer questions on the fundamentals of routing protocols will be addressed during a Q&A session.

Live chat on the CCNA Prep Center: The CCNA Prep Center is piloting another resource to help you prepare for successful completion of your CCNA exam. During and after the broadcast, you can chat live with a Cisco representative and get real-time answers to your certification and training questions. Live chat will be available from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Pacific Time, Monday through Friday.

Other New Features on the CCNA Prep Center:

CCNA Animation - Newcomers to subnetting looking for a baseline understanding of the topic should view our new animation “Subnetting the Planet” which is found under the “Links to Additional CCNA Resources” section.

Subnet Slingshot Game - Play the “Subnet Slingshot Game” to practice your advanced subnetting skills in a unique environment while working on an exploratory supply depot, “Outpost Athens.” Get the correct subnet answer and quickly slingshot parts to the “maintenance droids,” struggling to replace the gravity cores on a space ship’s deck. Can you work quickly enough to prevent the deck from losing gravity?
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Looking for CCIE lab study partnerts, in the UK or Online.
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