Passed Network+ just today~

tec2mbpstec2mbps Posts: 10Member ■□□□□□□□□□
Did it! but at 684points though...
many troubleshooting questions.

Going for wireless+ next....

Cheers.

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  • steve-o87steve-o87 Posts: 274Member
    Congratulations on the pass icon_thumright.gif
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  • netcom2000netcom2000 Posts: 117Member
    Congratulations, you are now a CompTIA certified network+ Professional

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  • oldtecholdtech Posts: 103Member
    Well done :D
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  • SlowhandSlowhand MCSE: Cloud Platform and Infrastructure, MCSA: Windows Server 2003/2012/2016, CCNA Routing & Switchi Bay Area, CaliforniaPosts: 5,163Mod Mod
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  • tec2mbpstec2mbps Posts: 10Member ■□□□□□□□□□
    thanks guys.

    btw its wireless#, a good start into the wireless world?
  • porengoporengo Posts: 343Member
    Congratulation, tec2mbps!

    Now to answer your question about a wireless certification. When you first stated Wireless+ I had to admit that I'd never heard about it. So, I did a little research and discovered that Wireless+ had been offered by CompTIA, but was quietly dropped by them in 2002.

    When you corrected your posting and listed Wireless#, I realized that I wasn't aware of that certification either. Who am I being? Anyway, after some quick research, I discovered that this certification was being offered by CWNP. Which is a great thing, because CWNP is the premier organization in wireless certifications. If wireless is an area you feel passionate about, and an area you want to make a career in, then I'd say go for the Wireless# certification. But don't stop there...make sure you continue to move forward and gain as much knowledge and hands-on experience as you can.

    Good luck!
  • VantageUKVantageUK Posts: 111Member
    Well done on the pass mate.

    Not sure about doing a course purely on wireless technologies. Maybe wait a while and see what unfolds for wireless. Wired is still the way to go.
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