The Bryant Advantage ccna vs trainsignal ccna

elkristoelkristo Posts: 5Member ■□□□□□□□□□
Has anyone used the The Bryant Advantage for study CCNA?
Is it still of any value if you already have the trainsignal ccna ?

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  • MrBishopMrBishop Posts: 229Member
    If it's 642-802 material then it is still valid. I prefer to use all INE material nowadays.
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  • r_durantr_durant Posts: 486Member
    REMOVED UNNECESSARY QUOTED REPLY FROM PREVIOUS POST

    I'm using the INE material, and it "seems" pretty comprehensive! TrainSignal is as well...
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  • SomnipotentSomnipotent Posts: 384Member
    elkristo wrote: »
    Has anyone used the The Bryant Advantage for study CCNA?
    Is it still of any value if you already have the trainsignal ccna ?

    It's Chris Bryant... information overkill either way. Good stuff if you can handle him.
    Reading: Internetworking with TCP/IP: Principles, Protocols, and Architecture (D. Comer)
  • drkatdrkat Posts: 703Banned
    Meh, Mike Valentine CCNA Exam cram :)
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