Cisco material Vs net+ material

jjbrogjjbrog Member Posts: 149
Ok I do plan on going Cisco, which many say not to bother with net+ but i will anyway as kinda a first shot at my first exam, since I am pretty confident in my net+ knowledge. However it in school in a class called "Network Essentials" however, we didn't use a net+ exam book, we used Two Cisco books, Networking Basics, and IT essentials 2 network operating systems. Granted I might have to check out some actual net+ material so I can get what I may have missed, but am not sure, whats the difference between the two? Now current students are using Network+ A guide to networks as their material.
Started a forum for networking students, its new and needs people!
http://netadminstudents.zxq.net/phpBB3/
HTC students encouraged to join :)

Comments

  • veritas_libertasveritas_libertas CISSP, GIAC x5, CompTIA x5 Greenville, SC USAMember Posts: 5,746 ■■■■■■■■■■
    jjbrog wrote: »
    Ok I do plan on going Cisco, which many say not to bother with net+ but i will anyway as kinda a first shot at my first exam, since I am pretty confident in my net+ knowledge. However it in school in a class called "Network Essentials" however, we didn't use a net+ exam book, we used Two Cisco books, Networking Basics, and IT essentials 2 network operating systems. Granted I might have to check out some actual net+ material so I can get what I may have missed, but am not sure, whats the difference between the two? Now current students are using Network+ A guide to networks as their material.

    I don't think you will need much more than the ExamCram2 Network+ book. Cisco is hardcore compared to CompTIA's Network+.
Sign In or Register to comment.