What study resources did you use for MTA Networking Fundamentals 98-366?

please advise on the resources you used and which resource worked best.

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  • FayzFayz Member Posts: 118 ■■■□□□□□□□
    I used Microsoft Virtual Academy which is a good start and Darrill Gibson's Microsoft Windows Networking Essentials. I have yet to take the 98-366 exam though.
  • TacoRocketTacoRocket Member Posts: 497 ■■■■□□□□□□
    Why are you taking the networking fundamentals?
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  • G.O.A.TG.O.A.T Member Posts: 138
    Because I'm trying to build up a fundamental knowledge of computers also I have a job prospect looming and they were impressed that I had already done MTA 98-349 and ITIL.
  • StryfeS13StryfeS13 Registered Users Posts: 3 ■□□□□□□□□□
    I read the whole Microsoft 98-366 book, and watched all of the MVA videos as well. I took notes of every page in the 98-366 book...

    I have my test tomorrow morning at 9:45 PST. I'll let you know if that was enough study material..if I pass, haha.
  • StryfeS13StryfeS13 Registered Users Posts: 3 ■□□□□□□□□□
    Took it this morning and passed. The 98-366 book and MVA videos are enough to pass this test.

    There will be a few IPv6 questions, internet/extranet/intranet questions, classful IP addressing questions, and VPN protocol questions. Those were the hardest ones.
  • TacoRocketTacoRocket Member Posts: 497 ■■■■□□□□□□
    The reason why I ask for the Networking Fundamentals is because the Network+ is more recognized and covers the same and more topics.
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  • G.O.A.TG.O.A.T Member Posts: 138
    @TacoRocket

    You may be based in America, but that certainly isn't the case for the UK.. I wouldn't be surprised if the majority of IT employers had never heard of CompTIA.. I have only ever seen it on around 5 job adds over the years.
  • Chev ChelliosChev Chellios Member Posts: 341
    G.O.A.T wrote: »
    @TacoRocket

    You may be based in America, but that certainly isn't the case for the UK.. I wouldn't be surprised if the majority of IT employers had never heard of CompTIA.. I have only ever seen it on around 5 job adds over the years.

    Same here, those asking for specifics tend to be MTA/MCP etc or Cisco. I am considering an MTA, anything extra to get through the HR BS always helps.
  • PseudonymPseudonym A+, Net+, Sec+, Linux+, ITIL v3, MCITP:EDST/EDA, CCNA R&S/Cyber Ops, MCSA:2008/2012, MCSE:CP&I Member Posts: 341 ■■■■□□□□□□
    Also being based in the UK I completely dispute that Comptia certs aren't recognised. I've never met anybody in IT who doesn't know what the A+/Network+ is.
    Certifications - A+, Net+, Sec+, Linux+, ITIL v3, MCITP:EDST/EDA, CCNA R&S/Cyber Ops, MCSA:2008/2012, MCSE:CP&I, RHCSA
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  • byron66byron66 CCNA, CCNA SECURITY, A+, N+, SEC+ San AntonioMember Posts: 168 ■■■□□□□□□□
    Same here I just used Microsoft Virtual Academy and read the reference book. You should be fine.
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