videos for ccna

demonfurbiedemonfurbie Posts: 1,819Member
ok so ive got the lammle book but im a video learner and i was wanting to see what videos are recommended.

I was looking at

https://www.udemy.com/ccna-on-demand-video-boot-camp/?pmtag=SPRING022&couponCode=SPRING022&utm_source=email-Adhoc&utm_medium=2015-01-02_._cn_resolve_._en_top_._us_AAll_._tn__._tv__._tl_T2_._tg_n_._ci__._in__._la_en%20_._&utm_campaign=2015-01-02_resolve_top_AAll_T2___n__&utm_content=udemy.4510305&utm_term=merch2-subcat1-top-3x1-6

All the reviews seam positive but i would like to look at other options. Not a huge fan of cbt nuggets the guy just seamed to glaze over the info.

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Comments

  • popquizkid95popquizkid95 Posts: 39Member ■■□□□□□□□□
    You can't go wrong with the Udemy videos. I have both Laz's and Chris's but only completed Laz's from start to finish.

    Laz - Fun, energetic way of teaching, but can be kind of general about important topics. Plus I'm not a big fan of his Subnetting teaching method. But overall a great video, and should be watched along with the Lammle book.

    Chris - More detailed, but can be a little dry at times. But his Subnetting methods are the way to go (and I believe will be the same as what you see in Lammle's book).

    If you have the means, take both courses. They are both great.
  • MicronewbMicronewb Posts: 41Member ■■□□□□□□□□
    Good info guys, I just purchased the INE CCNA series (maybe an overpay when looking at the link in the main thread!) and look forward to watching the videos.
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