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CCNA wannabe's tutorials, examples and questions

  • Noob question po, paano ko ma configure ang cisco 1841?
  • @Classmets28

    Entry level exam is CCENT (100-101 ICND1), then pwede mo na take ung (200-101 ICND2). Kung confident kang i-take ung dalawa ng sabay, you can take CCNAX / CCNA Composite Exam:200-120.

    Depende sa level of knowledge mo sa networking. Kung zero to none, advice ko sayo take mo ung cisco academy. masyadong mabilis sa RIVAN, 5 days lang dun at bootcamp un, meaning preparation for exam na un.
  • Bootcamp they train you
    and teach how to use dump to pass the exam..

    Sensya na may prof kasi ako sa pinapasukan ko nag train sa isang bootcamp tapos binigyan ng printed dumps..
  • haaay. kaya nasisira ang industry. dahil sa mga dumpers na yan.

    imbis na mag aral ng maayos, mandadaya pa.
    tapos pag tinanong sa interview, kamote naman.

    sayang oras e.

    mag aaral na rin naman, hindi pa yung totoong study material ang basahin at aralin.
    instead, pipiliin pang imemorize ang dumps.

    pagdating sa live boxes, nanginginig naman at andaming pang cisco 1 na tanong.
    yung isa kong l1 na pana, kakatanong lang kanina paano daw malaman kung saang switchport connected ang isang pingable pc. i asked what are the stuff he tried doing, he just said i tried to ping it and i can confirm it is live since it's responding.

    mas marami pang cert sakin yun. haha
  • @smooth
    di niya alam ang arp lamesa pre ..tapos makikita niya dun yung macbook na gumagamit ng ip ...

    Ituro mo kasi ang lamesa ..

    or bigyan mo ng idea pre to pull off the cables one by one to determine the swithport hehehe

    -- edited by erwinsky on Apr 14 2015, 02:03 PM
  • kaya nga bro.

    basic ccna knowledge nangamote na. e parang lahat ata ng P level cert meron yun. tapos pati written di na rin pinatawad.
    tapos laging nakikipag debate sakin to nung pumunta ako sa pune office namin last xmas.
    mahal daw ang exam kaya maraming nagdu dumps.
    sabi ko e di mas pag igihan ang pag aaral para less chances of failing.

    wala na akong tyaga magturo sa mga to. 2 times na ako napunta ng clinic sa baba ng bldg namin dahil nagpa palpitate ako sa mga to. haha.

    malamang mag resign na nga ako e. sana maayos na tong bago kong niluluto para bye bye hiblood na.
  • pag masarap yuung luto mo patikim ako ah.. hahaha mahusay naman ako magkabit ng switch kaya ko magkabit ng 6500 na ako lang magisa.. :)

    -- edited by erwinsky on Apr 14 2015, 03:38 PM
  • oki bro. balitaan kita =)
  • Hi Mga sirs,
    Good day.
    Magi-inquire lang po saang CISCO academy may nagtuturo or train for CCAI or Cisco Certified Academy Instructor? Salamat po.
  • okay ba sa A.Rnet? 8 weeks siya hindi siya bootcamp and 1:5 lang ratio ng students for CCNA
  • @kaboog08

    actually meron dito malapit samin ung Ironlink...

    and 45 Hrs ung sa kanila...

    nakakalahati n ko dun sa Cisco self study ko parang gusto ko n magtake ng training hehehe...

    nag resign kasi ako sa work para talaga makapag focus dito sa CISCO...
  • @classmate,

    Opinion ko lang, ituloy mo muna yang self study mo, madami naman video tutorials eh. Para pag sakaling nagdecide ka mag enroll ng cisco class, madali mo nalang maintindihan. Iba pa din kasi pag nasa class pwede ka magtanong kapag may di ka maintindihan.
  • Hi Mga sirs,
    Good day.
    Magi-inquire lang po saang CISCO academy may nagtuturo or train for CCAI or Cisco Certified Academy Instructor? Salamat po.


    Up po for my inquiry. salamat
  • ^MIT-Intramuros at saka DLSU-Taft yata.
  • @norberto,
    dapat affiliated ka sa isang Cisco Academy, Walang training center para jan, self-study or yung previous cisco knowledge mo ang kailangan. Also, you need a referral from an academy before you can take the exam. yung instructor exam sa UST kinukuha.
  • Ask ko lang

    graduate po ako ng cs
    working as an call center agent

    gusto ko sana makakuha ng work which is IT related
    mahina kasi ako sa programming, pero mahilig ako sa pc hardware at light programming (css html javascript)
    fit ba ko kumuha ng CCNA? magkano tsaka saan pwede magenroll?
  • @roseneil,
    If you are interested, and you have the motivation to do it - of course you can take CCNA, bakit naman hindi? Actually yung Cisco IOS is very light coding lang hindi kagaya nung mga hardcore programming like java or other programming languages. So, if you have a background with light programming like you said, you'll be surprised on how easy Cisco is. Before I was in programming, and I have to memorize so many codes and syntaxes, when I started learning Cisco nagulat ako kasi ang simple simple lang talaga nung mga commands - as long as alam mo kung ano yung concept behind the commands then you're fine.

    Ang kailangan when you'll be starting in your Cisco career is that you need to WANT it, and have patience in studying - kasi basta naman sa IT field, whether it be programming or networking, maraming technologies ang involved so you always need to study new things - kung bad trip ka na mag-aaral ka na naman, andami-dami namang babasahin - then it is not for you, but if you are persistent enough then you will have a great future in IT ahead of you.

    I suggest you do some self study, if you have the money - attend some trainings - but beware, don't enroll in that 25k CCNA training center na binabanggit nila dito, it is just a waste of time and money. Be interested. Try do download CCNA books - marami nyan sa torrent. Also try downloading CBT nuggets. Practice. Download packet tracer or gns3. Try to research how to run those things. Importante ang practice, and especially a firm grasp on the technologies.

    Sa totoo lang, nakakaloko ang configurations sa Cisco IOS -sobrang dali. It is the technology behind that you need to know. Also, yun ang kakailanganin mo for technical interviews. Basura yung CCNA certification mo if you'll be asked some basic things sa interview and you don't know it. Everybody knows maraming dumps/leakages na nagkalat sa internet - and your interviewer knows that, so they will be asking you things that you won't be able to answer if you just memorized dumps sa internet. KNOW YOUR TECHNOLOGY.

    Good luck :)

    -- edited by yoshi1089 on May 04 2015, 06:22 PM
  • @yoshi1089
    Medyo dugo na utak ko sa kaka self study about Cisco.
    parang 2 months na ata ako self-study...

    dahil sa sinabi mo... aral pa ko ng 1 month hehehe....

    medyo Weird lng ako sa mga training na 5 days...
  • @yoshi

    thanks
    so pwede pala magself study ng cisco
    pano ung tools na gagamitin?
  • @classmets28

    Depende kasi dun sa nag-ooffer ng training. But as all of them are saying, don't enroll dun sa 25k training center. You just might as well watch cbt nuggets 10x. Try to find yung "CCNA aspire" na software sa torrent. Game sya na gawa ng Cisco for aspiring network engineers, may mga problems involved na commonly na-eencounter sa network that you need to solve and configure. Mas magandang pagkaabalahan kesa clash of clans :p

    @roseneil,
    Oo naman, pwedeng mag-self study, kelangan sipagan mo lang talaga and don't give up. Try to find packet tracer and gns3, search mo sa google. Be resourceful :) try to read some of the other threads dito sa tipidpc, yung mga network engineer threads dito wherein they're talking about dun sa mga problems sa network nila and kung paano nila naso-solve, marami kang matututunan dun. Kung hindi mo naiintindihan, at least magkakaroon ka ng background. Do some research :)

    I had a student before, janitor sya sa AMA, siguro kakalinis nya dun sa school, na-open up ung mind nya sa IT, took a CCNA training course, sa unang sabak ndi nya ma-gets, mejo slow kasi high school grad ata sya mukahng 10 years ago pa, nag-seatin a couple of times, took the CCNA Exam and passed. Now, he's working as a network administrator sa doha. Not bad for a janitor diba? Hehe [parang feeling ko nag-ooffer ako ng royale networking.haha]

    Anyway, what I'm trying to say is if he can do it so can you. Mas malalim naman yung background mo sa IT than him, so there's nothing stopping you from learning. Just be resourceful, lahat ng bagay, google lang katapat ;)
  • @roseneil

    kayang kaya mo mag CCNA, oras lang ang puhunan mo. importante rin yung tyaga kasi need mo mag setup ng sarili mong lab kung san mo aaralin un concepts ng CCNA. nun college ako, kamote ako sa CCNA nun kinuha ko un cisco academy course kasi puro web based lng na lecture at Q and A. Ni hindi ako nakahawak ng tunay na equipment kaya nag shift ako ng elective. after a few years binalikan ko ang CCNA at bumili ako ng sarili kong gamit, mahal ang puhunan pero ngayon nag pay off rin naman. Tska ngayon, pwede kang pumasa sa CCNA gamit virtual lab at wala kang gagastusin kahit ano kasi emulator lang need mo. I search at aralin mo lang ang GNS3 at makakagawa ka na ng virtual lab mo. Lastly, need mo ng cisco press book for deep dive na reference tapos para makickstart ang aral mo, manuod ka ng cbtnuggets at kung gusto mo mas ok ang INE kasi mas detailed. Di mo man itake un ccna test mo after ng lahat ng yun, meron ka namang working knowledge para magawa anything ccna level related job function. Well, copy paste lang naman ng codes ang gagawin mo sa simula pero unti unti mo rin maiintindihan line by line yun mga codes na pinapaste mo. goodluck

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