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Security Solutions Consulting Engineer @ Cisco - CCNA R&S/CCNA Security, CCDA & CCNP R&S - Currently working on CCIE Security. Sharing my knowledge and passion for technology. All views are mine and NOT of my company.

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  1. Hi there! ^_^ I’m so glad that I came across this blog 🙂 I needed a professional’s advice on networking and I was wondering if you could help me out . I really want to do my higher studies on networking but I don’t think there’s like a Masters program on this So if I do want to do my major on ccna what and where should I apply for this program. I’ve googled on the net but I needed a professional’s advice. I still haven’t given the CCNA exam but I’m planning to right after I graduate. Also, can you tell me what I’m supposed to do after I give this CCNA exam I’m so sorry for the countless questions 😦 but you seemed perfect for solving my problem TIA ^_^

    • Kelvin says:

      Hey, thank you for re-posting. FYI this is where I blog now so feel free to subscribe via email.

      Okay so from the post I understand you want to pursue the CCNA certification but don’t know how to go about it? You want to know if you should get networking knowledge by attending an higher education course?

      To answer the questions above; You don’t need to study an Higher Education to gain networking experience/skills, this all depends on whether the potential future job you are looking for requires a degree. The CCNA Routing and Switching certification is a good foundation, industry recognized certification that will give you the required networking knowledge to apply for jobs such as a networking support engineer. This will then allow you to further enhance your networking skills and progress with certifications and your career.

      Hope that answers your questions.

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