[This post was originally published on 12/10/2015 and last updated on 3/4/2019] There are numerous discussion boards out there all posing the same question: CCNA or Network+ – Which one should I get? Here is our breakdown of what each certification is, and why you would (or wouldn’t) want to pursue it. Why You Should […]
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Photo Credit: Aaron Paxson via Flickr CC The Cisco ASA (Adaptive Security Appliance) is a family of enterprise-level firewalls for a network security infrastructure. When it comes to the ASA appliances, there are tons of models to sort through, all with different features. This post will compare several models in the ASA 5500-X series and offers […]
Photo Credit: Purple Slog via Flickr CC Want to learn the basics of setting up a Cisco RV32X series router? Today I’ll be working with a RV320 Gigabit Dual WAN VPN router, but the steps will be the same for any router that falls in the RV32X family. Having working knowledge of dealing with Cisco technology is […]
So you are interested in earning your Cisco Certified Network Associate? Well the first thing you need to do is decide which specialty you want to pursue. Below is a breakdown of each CCNA specialty and why it may be relevant to your career goals.
Cisco retired IINS v2.0 of the CCNA Security certification exam on November 30th, 2015. IINSv3.0 of CCNA Security arrived with revised exam objectives. Read about the new exam objectives and Cisco technologies you may encounter.