What’s tough in the new Cisco CCNA exam?By Chris Magiet
The last day you can earn the old Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA, exams 640-8XX) is coming soon: September 30, 2013. If you’re looking to update your certification, you should recognize that the exam objectives have changed, and there’s a good chance you may need to refresh some unused knowledge or learn new concepts.
One of the main reasons for the update is so that candidates will no longer be tested on dated technology. Questions on RIP configuration and Cisco Security Device Manager have been thrown out of the new exam, and now we see an emphasis on IPv6 and Rapid Spanning-Tree Protocol (STP removed).
As we work on producing new networking training videos and blog posts, we want to know what’s on your mind when it comes to the new Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching exams.
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Chris Magiet is a web editor for TrainSignal curating breaking IT news and serving up the latest free videos and tutorials on the blog. He’s an unashamed music junkie and if a coffee I.V. is ever invented, it’s probably safer that you don’t let him find out. Follow @thechriscore for cool news and stories, and happenings at TrainSignal HQ.
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