On the job networking and certs

gatekeepergatekeeper Member Posts: 20 ■□□□□□□□□□
Working in the networking field installing rj11 cat3 cat5 cat5e ,wireless and fiber optics single mode and multi mode also setting up vlans on cisco switches and useing the citrix program and testing equip.
should I go for the net+ or the ccna or the mcsa cert.?
thanks for your reply .


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    WebmasterWebmaster Admin Posts: 10,292 Admin
    Sounds like they all could be suitable. Since you already have a job involving cisco, adding that and a CCNA to your resume should be valuable. If you go for CCNA, Network+ won't add much. But if you do go for Network+ and combine it with your A+ you will have fullfilled the elective requirement for the MCSA, leaving you with only 3 MS exams to become MCSA. So all three would be a good option. Even if you don't need the MCSA for a syst admin job, it will be a useful addition for a networking career as well. Good luck with your decision ;)
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    mobri09mobri09 Users Awaiting Email Confirmation Posts: 723
    Network + might be the road to take since it begins with all the basic networking areas.
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