When people get into Cisco certifications they generally turn to the CCNA as the starting point. The truth is, there’s a certification that should come prior to that known as the CCENT. The material in that certification is based on the 100-105 ICND1 exam. ICND1 is a portion of the overall material that CCNA candidates are tested on. The other half of the material comes from the 200-105 ICND2 exam. These exams also have corresponding courses that I can help you out with if you’re so interested. If you take ICND1 and pass, you’re CCENT certified. If you then take and pass the ICND2 exam you are CCNA certified. You can skip past the two exam process by taking the 200-125 CCNA exam. These are all new courses and exams and contain a great deal of new and updated information.
Out With The Old And In With The New
The new exam and course versions have been deemed v3.0. The cutoff date for taking the v2.0 exams is August 20th, 2016. For now you can choose between the two. If you’re already into the material I’d stick with the v2.0 If you’re just starting I’d go with the v3.0.
Find Out More
I’ll be running a free live event on Friday June 10th at 1PM to discuss these new changes. You can find the stream on our Youtube channel.