dukethacore wrote: »
whats the difference between network+ and ccna.
Which one should i go for ? please help me
SubnetZero wrote: »
They shouldn't even be compared, however the biggest difference is that Network+ is vendor neutral...
That being said I think the Network+ is a good starting point before moving on to other certs like CCENT or CCNA, at least that's how I did it... HTH
Scott LaRock wrote: »
I think you're absolutely right as well. Cisco without experience isn't good, N+ will probably open the door more.
Mstavridis wrote: »
Like I was saying Network+ does not prepare you for the CCNA, I am not trying to say the network+ isn't worth anything, IMO it is worth alot. But if you think the knowledge will help you with CCNA you are wrong. Flip through a CCNA book (Cisco press has some great one) if you think I am wrong (If your only networking knowledge is what you learned from network+ studies).
I just want you guys to be 100% prepared for it, I failed the ICND1 because of this thought that network+ would actually help me prepare for the CCNA.