Cisco masters need your helps !!!!

AlfistiAlfisti Posts: 7Registered Users ■□□□□□□□□□
:) Hi sirs

Thanks for administrators and members for this great Forum.
I need advice or help about some stuff.
I need to know those topics or have knowledge on them , in few time almost 1 month that i've
the stuff are :
CCNP switching level knowledge
VLAN, Spanning tree, Layer 3 vlans,
HSRP
Routing protocals liks EIGRP and OSPF
PBX
Could you advice me on a best way to learn or have knowledge quickly on this

Thx
Alfisti



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  • RoguetadhgRoguetadhg Posts: 2,472Member
    You've got a lot of reading to do.

    Pickup the ICND1/2 Library, as well as the CCNP Switch and Route library. I don't know about the phone system though.

    You'll probably not fully understand it, but generally Wiki tends to be the best source of "Know of" knowledge.
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  • AlfistiAlfisti Posts: 7Registered Users ■□□□□□□□□□
    HI Roguetadhg
    thx for your reply , i know that the situation when am i is not easy; sonner i will manage a company network so task is not easy ; but an opportunity that come i must catch it ;).
    well i just buyed the trainsignal ccna video ICND 1/2.
    in same i've found also CCNP BCMSN AND 642-813 , need to know the difference between them ?
    is it mandatory to have ccna then go to ccnp ; or not ?
    i m lost
    thx for helping
  • RoguetadhgRoguetadhg Posts: 2,472Member
    Cisco retired BCMSN exam. CCNP used to be 4 exams, it's now a condensed & focused certification.
    You must have a valid CCNA certification to become a CCNP.

    CCNA is a good foundation, but as I'm finding out, for me the information is multipled 4x that of what's covered in CCNA. Atleast, for me, that's what it seems like. Don't think I say that as a bad thing.
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  • mochaaddictmochaaddict Posts: 42Member ■■□□□□□□□□
    "Network warrior" by Gary Donahue. Its got a little bit of everything. The first book I read after the CCNA when i was onboarding to a full time network engineering position.
  • matt333matt333 Senior Member Bay AreaPosts: 237Member ■■■□□□□□□□
    "Network warrior" by Gary Donahue. Its got a little bit of everything. The first book I read after the CCNA when i was onboarding to a full time network engineering position.
    just downloaded network warrior. cant wait to read it :)
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