Cisco Learning Personal Experience
In many forums, the same question is asked, how should I learn CCNA well? How to learn from zero basis? After studying CCNA then CCNP or CCSP or CCIP, or CCIE? Should I attend training, or self-study? And so on, these questions troubled brothers and sisters who want to develop in the network.
I only started contacting CISCO after graduating from school in September 2007. Before that, what is a CISCO, what is a switch, and what is a router. No concept at all in my mind. I will only install the computer and make the system . In this way, through the introduction of a friend, I entered an agency company that is a senior partner of CISCO and started CISCO after-sales work.
For the first three months, I basically sat at the company and watched them work, and occasionally helped with moving goods. Just in my mind, I vaguely understand the difference between a switch and a router, and what does this company sell? What am I going to do in the future? Thus, I also know that CISCO certification has CCNA, CCNP and CCIE. Because the nature of the work, it also made me understand that I have to become a CCNA first.
At that time, I went to the forum, searched for CCNA information, CCNA learning methods, and asked the same questions as everyone. Tirelessly busy with “how to learn CCNA”. In fact, looking back now, I was just looking for a “sunflower collection” at that time. However, through the forum, I have a deeper understanding of CISCO, “Sunflower Collection” was not found. However, some learning materials have also been collected and shared with you here.
Books, and the official published exam guides are definitely recommended. Read it carefully, the first time, you don’t need to read it too clearly, but there will be a CCNA structure in your mind. For those who don’t understand anything, the learning ideas will suddenly become clear. Then, combined with the video tutorial, read the book seriously, delineate the key points and difficulties, and do the exercises after class carefully.
Do not skip the experiment after class, and do it carefully. I did it with SPOTO at that time. Some people may think that this learning cycle will be very long, but can people who start from scratch absorb it in a short period of time? If you don’t even understand binary, you can only learn binary first and then learn VLSM.
After completing the above two steps, you can start to look at the question bank. Looking at the question bank is a process of deepening knowledge. There are many questions that you don’t understand and confusing ideas, by reading the question bank can be of great help. And there are experimental questions in the question bank, do it several times carefully, and the experimental questions of the exam will be no problem.
When I memorized the question bank, I had two ideas. First, if you want to learn CCNP and CCIE in the future, you must break through the level of vocabulary. Second, CISCO itself is an American company, and most of the documents and materials are in English. If the documents and materials are incomprehensible, what will be the future development? So, at that time, I memorized the question bank, and it was difficult at the beginning.
How to pass the CCNA and CCNP exams in one month, as long as you do it, anyone can do it, it is nothing more than a process of memorizing the question.
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Cisco Learning Personal Experience