Network+ and Network Infra

lazyartlazyart Member Posts: 483
I'm A+ and decided to work toward MCSE 2003. I'll be sitting for 70-270 (Win XP) in a couple weeks and am mapping a plan for the following exams.

With Network Infra being "The Beast" and somewhat related to networking in general, I wonder if I should detour MCSE for a moment, take N+ then try to take out the big one.

Any thoughts?
I'm not a complete idiot... some parts are missing.


  • STexamsSTexams Member Posts: 77 ■■□□□□□□□□
    It sounds like a great plan as it would increase your familiarity with the subject of networking which is always a good thing before tackling the tougher test.
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  • DaPunnisherDaPunnisher Member Posts: 108
    Network+ covers the very basics of networking such as topologies, cabling, OSI model, the difference between a switch and a router, etc. I'm sure the information would be helpful to you, but IMHO i wouldn't take the test itself, unless you feel that another acronym would make your resume look nicer icon_wink.gif
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