Well I passed CCNA Voice with 965/1000. To be honest it was a tough exam to get through without the right material. There were questions in the exam that didn’t appear in any of the study material I used (Cisco Unified Border Element), very similar to CCNA Wireless whereby Cisco expect you know off topic stuff, like the difference in frequency between an iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S. As well as the usual highly ambigious questions which are quite simply frustrating. Still we should be used to this by now, although for me personally it wasn’t as common in the CCNP, I begin to see why a lot of people pursue R&S as aposed to the other tracks. But hey, R&S is my comfort zone. Anyway that is now over with so let me review exactly where I am in with Cisco certifications:
(In pass date order)
- CCNA Security
- CCNP Routing & Switching (ROUTE, SWITCH, TSHOOT)
- CCNA Wireless
- CCNA Voice
So I have met my objective to achieve Associate level knowledge of each mainstream Cisco track… but wait… they now have CCNA Video! No thanks.. Moving on to what this is really about.. achieving the top level of certification with Cisco, the CCIE.
My next step is to put some time into exactly what the CCIE is all about and to also note any web articles with any general information about the CCIE and what is involved to site the written and lab exams. More to follow.