Tuesday, 20 March 2012

What is CCNA?


CCNA is a beginning-level certification that provides a solid foundation in Cisco networking. Cisco’s certification programs certify the competence professionals in routing, switching and connectivity. CCNA requires passing two exams -  640-822 and 640-816. This credential can be a stopping point, as you've become qualified in Routing and Switching, or you can set yourself for CCNP  and other Professional-level certifications.


A CCNA certification is valid for 3 years.


For CCNA, you must have at least six months experience in networking. It is meant for anyone involved in implementing or supporting networks.


Refeence: http://www.firebrandtraining.com.au/courses/cisco/ccna-certification


No comments:

Post a Comment