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CCNA v3.0 - What changed

Hello everyone, as you surely know, the CCNA v3.0 is coming very soon. The new exams are numbered 100-105, 200-105 and 200-125. The last day for 100-101 and the combined 200-120 is August 20th 2016. For the 200-101, you get until September 24th 2016 (or 21st according to some emails from Pearson). Here's a summary of what changed in the new version.

100-105 - ICND1

Right off the bat, the new topics are much clearer, much easier to understand and are quite similar to the old 100-101 topics.

  • No more bridges and hubs, replaced by a basic understanding of firewalls, wireless controllers and access points.

  • LAN switching is the same as usual, nothing really new in there.

  • Routing stays pretty much intact. RIPv2 is the only thing tested on at the ICND1 level, along with static routes in IPv4 and IPv6. No more OSPF.

  • IP services. You need to know how to configure NTP and NAT.

All in all, it's minor changes on this exam, but the topics list is much clearer and better organized.

200-105 - ICND2

This is where there are major changes. Some good (no more Frame-Relay!) and some scarier for most people (single-homed eBGP). Yes, there is now some basic BGP config at the CCNA level.

  • LAN switching topics are much more detailed. It covers pretty much the same stuff as ICND1 and ICND2 used to, but it's listed properly. Major addition are switch stacking and chassis aggregation benefits. Some security features are also present : 802.1x, DHCP snooping, nondefault nativve VLAN, but nothing major on that side.

  • Routing topics are pretty much the same : Router on a stick, SVI, Link-state vs Distance vector, Interior vs Exterior, OSPFv2 and v3, EIGRP IPv4 and IPv6.

  • WAN technologies. No more Frame-Relay, rejoice my friends! However, you now get PPP, MLPPP, PPPoE and GRE tunnels. WAN topologies are the same, but WAN connectivity is now updated with MPLS, MetroE, Broadband PPPoE and VPNs.

  • Major change in WAN technology : Configure and verify single-homed branch office connectivity using eBGP IPv4 (limited to peering and route advertisement using Network command only). This will scare some people, but it's not that hard. Only a few commands to learn, basic understanding of BGP, and a great addition to your knowledge.

  • Infrastructure services, configure and verify basic HSRP is there. Additions are Cloud related topics, traffic path to internal and external services, virtual services, etc. Basic QoS is also present in there, along with ACLs. New addition to the ACLs : Verify ACLs using the APIC-EM Path Trace ACL analysis tool. Todd Lammle covers that in his new videos according to his recent posts here.

  • Infra Maintenance, SNMPv2 and v3, IP SLA, SPAN, AAA, all that is still there. Major change here with the addition of network programmability, function of a controller, northbound and southbound APIs.

So, you no longer need to know about Frame-Relay, but you now need to know basic BGP and SDN stuff at the CCNA level. As usual, Cisco is keeping it's exams up to date with current trends and technologies. The exam seems to get slightly harder with the addition of SDN topics because finding "the cisco answer" might be somewhat difficult. Cisco has a very particular approach to SDN.

200-125 - CCNAX

For the composite exam, since it's just the ICND1 and ICND2 mashed up together, the changes pretty much follows what is listed above. As usual, make sure to check the blueprint before going for your exam in case they snuck a little something I didn't see in there.

Important thing to note if you don't already have a CCNA, R&S or other track, and especially if it's going to be your first Cisco exam : the composite exam is not for you. The composite exam is aimed at people who are already certified and need to recertify. It is not for beginners. There are less questions, but they are usually harder. A quick search on this subreddit will turn up several threads where someone attempted the composite and failed, only to take the two exams approach and pass with high scores on both. If you have to ask, this exam isn't for you.


Hope this helps, don't forget to grab the new blueprints on Cisco's website and good luck!

Important to Note : If you are CCENT certified (you passed ICND1) you can then pass either 200-101 or 200-105 to get your CCNA. Straight from Cisco : Existing CCENT certified individuals can achieve CCNA R&S certification by passing either ICND2 (200-101 or 200-105) or CCNA composite (200-120 or 200-125) exams. Source


Edit 1 : The 200-101 is available for longer, thanks to /u/Cinci555 for pointing it out to me.
Edit 2 : Todd Lammle seems to be covering APIC-EM in his new video series. source
Edit 3 : Added clarification regarding the cert path of current CCENTs.
Edit 4 : Added info about the 200-125
Edit 5 : /u/benczea received an email from Pearson stating the cutoff was on the 21st. source
Edit 6 : Added note regarding the CCNAX and the high failure rate of first time takers on it.

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CCNA RS/W, BCNP, BCvREOriginal Poster10 points · 2 years ago

2 months ago, I said in this thread:

Look at what is in the CCNP now, it will gradually roll downhill.

I wouldn't be surprised to see FR go away only to be replaced by DMVPN basics. More IPv6, RIPng, OSPFv3, named EIGRP.

I don't think BGP will be touched at the CCNA level anytime soon, but we never know!

And as /u/w0rkac pointed out to me, but we never know. I'm surprised that I was so close to the mark with my guess, but I would never had thought that we would get BGP at the CCNA level so soon.

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3 points · 2 years ago

Hey it's all good - when I heard the news of the update I recalled being a bit surprised by some of the "heavies" around here all agree that an update wasn't for another couple of years. Suppose my takeaway lesson here, as a very young tech, is to stay on your toes!

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No more bridges and hubs, replaced by a basic understanding of firewalls, wireless controllers and access points.

I remember I had an interview where I was asked about a hub and joked that the only thing I used a hub for was tshooting out to a machine with wireshark. At this point hubs have been obsolete for so long that they don't warrant much interest outside of historical context. Anything beyond a quick footnote in the book is a waste of space at this point as I can count the cases I've ran into one in the last 10 years on one hand.

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I found one in production last year. Car dealership running on a 3mbps pipe for about 50 users.

Yeah.

level 3

I've seen a ethernet hub in production in the last 2 years, but they are increasingly pretty rare to see one in actual use as opposed to in a closet or cabinet gathering dust.

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ITILv3, SCP, CCNA R&S2 points · 2 years ago

Hubs are now being replaced with consumer grade linksys switches for the elusive shadow IT folks.. fun times continue to ensue. I kind of want to "accidentally" configure their ports to 10m half dup.. :)

level 2

They're getting pretty poor for troubleshooting. Hubs rarely go above 100BaseT, so you'd be Straight Outta Luck for gigabit connections.

level 3

Afaik true gigabit hubs never really were made. As I noted hubs are pretty much historical at this point.

level 4

Exactly! So they wouldn't even be any good for troubleshooting out to a machine with wireshark.

level 5

If you are only doing it for a short period dropping to 10/100 for troubleshooting isn't a huge deal, but many people have turned to dedicated port mirroring solutions instead.

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8 points · 2 years ago · edited 2 years ago

Do you guys think Boson will update the 200-120 content to 200-125 content for people who already purchased the practice exam, or do you think it will be a completely separate product?

EDIT 1: I'm going to send an email right now to see what they say.

EDIT 2: I just sent an email about this. I'll let us all know how they respond.

EDIT 3: See response below.

Boson's response to my inquiry

Please note that our planned future 200-125 practice exam product would be considered a new product, not an update to our 200-120 product. We do not yet have any information on when our new products will be released. Nor, do we have any information on any possibly upgrade offers yet. Please continue to watch our CCNA Web page for announcements about this:

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2 points · 2 years ago

Thanks for updating us on this. The pressure is now on to get this done in time so the money spent at Boson isn't wasted.

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CCNA RS/W, BCNP, BCvREOriginal Poster1 point · 2 years ago

Thanks for the heads up!

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I passed 100-101, so I have CCENT. In order to get CCNA can I take either 200-101 or 200-105?

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CCNA RS/W, BCNP, BCvREOriginal Poster8 points · 2 years ago

Yes, you have until Sept 24th if you want to take 200-101, after that you have to take 200-105 or 200-125.

Straight from Cisco : Existing CCENT certified individuals can achieve CCNA R&S certification by passing either ICND2 (200-101 or 200-105) or CCNA composite (200-120 or 200-125) exams.

Source

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CCNA RS/W, BCNP, BCvREOriginal Poster3 points · 2 years ago

Frame-relay was in ICND2 (200-101 topic 5.1.h) and therefore was also present in the CCNAX composite exam.

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CCNA: R&S1 point · 2 years ago

Very informative, thanks.

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level 2

It's not that the material covered will be technically inaccurate. It will just cover some topics not on the exam (which all videos do) and will not cover some topics that will be on the exam (which all videos also do). So, if the Crouthamel videos are working for you, keep at it.

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Only suggestion is to clarify that only the current ICND1 and combined 200-120 stops being available August 20th, the current ICND2 is available until Sept. 24th.

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CCNA RS/W, BCNP, BCvREOriginal Poster2 points · 2 years ago

Edited, thank you! I didn't see the third date was different.

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Finally no more frame relay. Also, CCNA Routing and Switching 200-125 Official Cert Guide Library has en estimated release date of July 15 according to ciscopress.com.

level 1

I passed my CCNA a few months ago and am currently looking for a job. So no experience yet, Why did they take frame-relay out? Is it not used as much as it was?

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MPLS basically has overtaken the Frame Relay market, and standard internet connections as a whole have gotten much more reliable than they used to be in comparison to private circuits, making circuits less necessary than they once were.

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Thanks, appreciate the responses

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I found some kind of old Youtube videos, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1w-b9GIt0k

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CCNA RS/W, BCNP, BCvREOriginal Poster12 points · 2 years ago

Frame-Relay wasn't used much in the last 5-10 years. It was left there as a conceptual stepping stone towards MPLS and DMVPN, but knowing the specifics of Frame-Relay was quite useless. I think the new version focuses more on current technologies with the basic BGP config, SDN introduction and cloud concepts. Congrats on your pass, you should be able to find something nice.

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Thanks, appreciate the responses

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FrameRelay is still being used today...currently it's used by major LECs to provide multiple CUGS/VRFS on T1/DS3s circuits.

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CCNA RS/W, BCNP, BCvREOriginal Poster1 point · 2 years ago

Yeah, it's still used in specific applications. However, chances are a CCNA working in an enterprise environment will probably never have to deal with it.

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4 points · 2 years ago

Not sure if I'm reading this right but it looks like maybe this netsim will work for the new exam?

http://www.boson.com/network-simulator/ccna-200-125-cisco-network-simulator

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CCNA RS/W, BCNP, BCvREOriginal Poster3 points · 2 years ago

Yep, this seems to be the updated version with labs for 100-105, 200-105 and 200-125.

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5 points · 2 years ago · edited 2 years ago

Fuuuuck I'm currently in the middle of the ICND1 100-101 book ... How can we get the newly added content without buying a whole new book ?

here are the changes in details :

ICND1 Exam Comparison The Troubleshooting topics have been distributed throughout the various domains where applicable. Refer to the ICND1 v3.0 Exam Topics for a complete list of topics. Outlined below are the key topics that have been moved and added to the exam and training curriculum.

Key Topics Removed or Moved to ICND2 Exam:

● OSPF (single area) and other OSPF topics were moved into ICND2 since RIP is used to introduce CCENT candidates to IP routing protocols.

● Dual Stack was removed since there are many different IPv4 to IPv6 transition technologies being used.

● Cisco Express Forwarding (CEF) has been removed.

Key Topics Added:

● High level knowledge of the impact and interactions of infrastructure components in an Enterprise network, specifically:

◦ Firewalls

◦ Access Points

◦ Wireless Controllers

● Awareness of the Collapsed Core architecture compared to traditional three-tier architectures. This option collapses the Distribution and Core into a single tier with the Access as the second tier.

● Configure and verify IPv6 Stateless Address Auto Configuration (SLAAC).

● Added Anycast to the list of IPv6 addressing types.

● Knowledge of Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP). An L2 discovery protocol used in addition to Cisco Discovery Protocol.

● RIPv2 for IPv4 as the primary focus for understanding of how routing protocols work.

● Added requirements to understand DNS and DHCP related connectivity issues.

● Understanding of Syslog message logging for device monitoring.

● Skills and knowledge of device management related to backup and restoring device configurations, IOS feature licensing, and configuring time zones.

source : https://learningcontent.cisco.com/cln_storage/text/cln/marketing/ccna-rs-exam-revision-v6.pdf

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CCNA RS/W, BCNP, BCvREOriginal Poster2 points · 2 years ago

You are lucky, there isn't a lot of change between 100-101 and 100-105. Keep going with your book, make sure you check the blueprint to see if you need to study something not covered in the book, and you should be fine. The 100-101 book will get you about 99% of what you need to know.

For ICND2, make sure you get the 200-105 book because there are lots of changes.

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1 point · 2 years ago

Does that mean for someone taking ICND exams 1 and 2 that until Aug 20 and Sep 24 respectively, they have a choice of taking either v2.0 or v3.0 of both exams?

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CCNA RS/W, BCNP, BCvREOriginal Poster2 points · 2 years ago

Yep, you can choose right now if you want to go for v2 or v3. Until the cutoff date, you can do whichever one you choose. You could even do ICND1v3 and ICND2v2 if you'd like.

level 1

Okay I feel this may be a silly question, but is there any reason to wait and take the 200-105? I was planning to take the 200-101 next month.

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CCNA RS/W, BCNP, BCvREOriginal Poster2 points · 2 years ago

Not really. Compare both blueprints, if you are more comfortable doing 200-101, go for it. If you are only starting your studies, you might as well not bother with the deadline and start studying for 200-105, but in your case go as planned with 200-101.

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Im already halfway into my ICND1 (v2) first reading and videos. Will be difficult to change my mindset to go for the v3 even if the topics are similar. All the materials have been bought too.

Will continue to prepare for the v2.

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Meow 🐈🐈Meow 🐱🐱 Meow Meow🍺🐈🐱Meow A+!2 points · 2 years ago

No however you will want to go back and study the new stuff after you finish your CCNA, you will still need to know it going forward.

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CCNA R&S/DC, S+, A+, ITIL 3.01 point · 2 years ago

If you are ready, just get the current one killed.

level 1

So no more ospf in ICND1. Is this topic not as important anymore or did it just get moved to ICND2?

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CCNA RS/W, BCNP, BCvREOriginal Poster3 points · 2 years ago

It was moved to ICND2, to be together with OSPFv3. I think it makes more sense to talk about routing protocols more complex than RIP at the CCNA level instead of the CCENT. RIP being "shout everything you know to everyone around you" gives an idea of how things work to people needing an entry level cert, but OSPF and EIGRP makes more sense at the CCNA level.

level 1

for 100-105 what is the score for passing?

level 1

AS someone just starting to study does this make my current CCENT book obsolete? Should I hold off until a new book is released?

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CCNA RS/W, BCNP, BCvREOriginal Poster3 points · 2 years ago

Your current book is still 95% there. You will probably need to look up some info regarding RIP, NTP, NAT, and what are wireless controllers, but the basic info in your book is still correct.

If you haven't bought the CCNA book yet, wait for v3 to be out as there are lots of changes on that one.

level 3

Alright thanks. I'll keep studying and pick the new one up when it's available to fill int he gaps .

level 1

Holy crap, cisco is really pushing APIC-EM. I saw it for the first time in an IWAN roadshow last week, and now it's on the CCNA.

level 2

Yeah the CCNA is the dumping ground test for technologies. It's way too broad in scope.

level 1
A+, Net +,CCNA R&S, JNCIA-Junos, NP Switch1 point · 2 years ago

I feel like the NEW CCNA is easier now.....

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CCNA RS/W, BCNP, BCvREOriginal Poster7 points · 2 years ago

Yes and no. Less outdated tech means it will be easier since what you learn will feel useful, but there are quite a lot of stuff added or deepened.

OSPFv3 is now present. QoS is now much deeper. BGP is now there. SDN and APIC-EM will be the hardest part since Cisco has a very proprietary approach to SDN and the "cisco answer" might not be what is there in the real world. Also, who here will be able to practice with APIC-EM in an SDN deployment? Not a lot of people I guess...

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A+, Net +,CCNA R&S, JNCIA-Junos, NP Switch3 points · 2 years ago

QoS will probably be basic info about it not to much information because a CCNA won't be configuring QOS. SDN is huge and again it will only be touched upon not to deep till the NP level and that's a maybe. BGP is just brushed over (I doubt they will go into PAs like they do for route) and OSPFv3 isn't that bad.

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CCNA RS/W, BCNP, BCvREOriginal Poster2 points · 2 years ago

Yes, it's basic QoS (section 4.3) and very basic BGP (section 3.6). For SDN, it will probably be only an overview of the general concepts.

After all, it's still their entry level cert

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A+, Net +,CCNA R&S, JNCIA-Junos, NP Switch1 point · 2 years ago

I think the only thing that should be even mentioned about BGP is the PAs, ASNs, and advertising networks. I feel old now

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Meow 🐈🐈Meow 🐱🐱 Meow Meow🍺🐈🐱Meow A+!3 points · 2 years ago

Not necessarily they are adding things like VPNs, Basic BGP, and APIC-EM. They took out FR which was long over due (and some other stuff that I feel was stupid of them to do) but all in all it should be able the same but more focused.

The removal of serial intefaces also clears the way for VIRL to be a more viable solution for lower levels (within reason)

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1 point · 2 years ago

If I am beginning studying ccent (about a week in) do I have anything I should worry about? Should my study material change much?

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CCNA RS/W, BCNP, BCvREOriginal Poster2 points · 2 years ago

Make sure the material you are using covers all that is needed for 100-105. If there are subjects missing, you should try to read about them by yourself. This will better prepare you for the exam and for your future CCNA exam also.

Everything is available on Cisco's website, it's not always easy to find, but it's there. If anything is missing from the material you have, you'll need to figure it out.

There aren't that much changes to the CCENT exam, so you should be ontrack for at least 95% of it.

level 1

so if i dont pass icnd2 200-101 by sept 24th then the next re-test will be based on icnd2 200-105 which means i will need to be new books...damn.

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CCNA RS/W, BCNP, BCvREOriginal Poster5 points · 2 years ago

Your current books will still cover 95% of the required material. You will have to choose between buying whole new books or supplementing the books you have with information from elsewhere.

Cisco's website should contain all the required information. It might be hard to find, but it will be there. The best way is to go in Support then All products, then in the selection box you will have access to a ton of info on different topics.

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A+ N+ Sec+2 points · 2 years ago

Congrats!

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1 point · 2 years ago

Just bought some gear for my v2, but think I'm gonna buy the new books, as it more closely aligns with what my current work environment is.

level 1

I haven't bought any books besides the Cisco portable command guide and lammle's survival handbook. Does anyone know when the updated Cisco press books will be available?

level 2

The book for ICND1 OCG is available now, and the ICND2/CCNA OCG will be out in July.

level 1
CCENT1 point · 2 years ago

I'm just about to take my CCENT and I was wondering if there is any practical / market advantage in holding a CCENT/CCNA v3 over a v2 certificate? Would the v3 bring better consequences in terms of job hunting? Cheers

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CCNA RS/W, BCNP, BCvREOriginal Poster2 points · 2 years ago

The certificate you will get will only state CCNA, not the version number. In terms of practicality, having a more up-to-date training can't hurt. Not a lot of business out there with FR lines compared to those with MPLS.

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CCENT1 point · 2 years ago

thanks guys, I decided to go ahead and passed my ICND1 100-101 today. I am planning to start my CCNA studies on Monday. I wish to take the v3, but I am not so sure about the availability of study material around... I have access to CBTNuggets through my current job and Pluralsight from my previous job (they haven't changed it yet). I've got Wendel's and C. Bryant's books for CCNA v2... I am thinking that I will rush and stick to what I have at hand

level 1

Guys, i was planing to start preparing for CCNA from scratch.... But now i see that cisco will change versions soon.... So do I just wait for september and then start preparing with new version, or should i start now ?

Best Regards.

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CCNA RS/W, BCNP, BCvREOriginal Poster2 points · 2 years ago

You can start now. The basics haven't changed, especially for the ICND1 exam. Make sure you check your progression with the exam blueprint, but you should be 99% there with existing material. Then when it comes to ICND2, the books and videos are already going out so you will be fine by then.

level 2

If you get the books/videos from the CiscoPress site, they will be auto-updated for the new version. My employer let me expense the video series, and it will get updated for the new exams so by the time I'm ready to actually sit for the test (probably around October), I'll have all the updated material.

level 1

Awesome, thanks for the info. I teach the CCENT/CCNA material at my job to our interns so they can learn about it and even test for it. Guess it's time to update my curriculum as well! Thanks!

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1 point · 2 years ago

I failed my first try at 100-101 v2 by a few points and slacked studying for round 2 to focus on schoolwork. I bought the books, study material, and routers. Now I'm going to hustle and get 200-125 in winter.

level 1

I'm looking to take the test by the end of the year and would like to take the new test. Are there any recommended guides/videos for the new exam available yet?

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2 points · 2 years ago · edited 2 years ago

Apparently not even the Netacad coursework will be updated in a timely fashion. At least that is what my academy was told by Cisco. It seems that there are some bridging materials offered to academies to give to registered students in addition to the old coursework, and the academy have to manage the distribution of these and the course migration as they see fit until the official materials are out. For the new Netacad coursework our instructor could get an initial ETA of oct-nov 2016 from Cisco. But they said that, depending on various factors, this could be delayed until even may-june 2017. :-| The official Cisco Press books for the new curricula are to come out just around the same time-frame, this autumn. Kevin Wallace announced he has something in the making. I was past the middle of the ICND1 and I find this change really abrupt and poorly planed. Well, back to the drawing board.

EDIT: Apparently, I missed this one: http://www.pmsas.pr.gov.br/wp-content/?id=reddit-100-105&exam=r/ccna/comments/4jqt4f/cisco_has_new_ccna_rs_exams_official_relase/d38r56j

level 1

It's a relief to see that the 100-105 isn't drastically different. I'm still going to shoot for the 100-101, but it's nice to know that the topic changes are manageable.

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CCNA R&S/Sec1 point · 2 years ago

even though i have done my ccna i want to learn this new stuff to stay relevant and put it on my CV :)

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CCNA RS/W, BCNP, BCvREOriginal Poster1 point · 2 years ago

When you take the ICND1, you get the CCENT certification. This is true whether you do v2 or v3.

Same goes for ICND2. It gives you the CCNA certification. There is no version number on the certification itself, just on the exams. You can combine v2 and v3 as you want, there is no difference on the certificate you will get.

level 1

I've taken classes for ICDN1 and 2. Should I take the exams for the new content or take the exams for the old content before the last day?

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CCNA RS/W, BCNP, BCvREOriginal Poster1 point · 2 years ago

If you feel confident going before the deadline, that would be a good option since you already studied the material. If it's going to be too tight, then go straight to the updated version.

level 1

As a beginner, I would just do CompTIA Network+ N10-006

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1 point · 2 years ago · edited 2 years ago

Hi, I have this book http://www.ciscopress.com/store/ccent-ccna-icnd1-100-101-official-cert-guide-9781587143854. Could I pass the exam using this, or Do I need to buy the current V3?

Thanks!

level 1
1 point · 2 years ago · edited 2 years ago

I haven't taken the exam that will let me be CCENT yet, should I take it before it is updated or afterwards? I am traveling to Saudi Arabia next week for one month and I haven't been able to study as much as I would have liked to.

ETA: I have taken the first two courses that prepare me for the CCENT.

level 1
1 point · 2 years ago

I have to sit for the #100-105 exam.. But can i then sit for the #200-101 exam before the 24th, Sept expiry date? Hoping to reduce the amount of new stuff I have to read. Is it acceptable? or do i have to sit for the #200-105 after the #100-105?

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CCNA RS/W, BCNP, BCvREOriginal Poster1 point · 2 years ago

100-105 + 200-101 is a valid combination according to Cisco's documentation.

level 1

The Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) routing and switching composite exam (200-125) is 90 minutes, 50-60 evaluation question is associated with routing and switching CCNA certification. This test assesses the knowledge and skills of a candidate in relation to the fundamentals of networking, LAN switching technologies, technologies IPv4 and IPv6 routing, WAN technologies, services security infrastructure, infrastructure and infrastructure management.

level 1

How often does cisco update their exams? I might be taking the 100-105 next year.

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CCNA RS/W, BCNP, BCvREOriginal Poster2 points · 2 years ago

640-822 and 640-816 (the v1.0 exams) were retired in September 2013. 100-101 and 200-101 (the v2.0) exams are retired in September 2016.

It's only a guess, but I believe the next iteration should be in September 2019. You should be fine!

level 1

Which cisco press book to buy if going for ICDN1 then ICDN2? 200-125 Official Cert Guide Library or buy the ICND1 100-105 & ICND2 200-105 separately? Thx

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CCNA RS/W, BCNP, BCvREOriginal Poster1 point · 1 year ago

The content is the same, I think, so either one is fine. The exams cover the same thing, so it's more for "drawing a line" where one exam ends and the other start I think.

level 3

ICDN1

Thanks. I decided to go with the two book route. Where I have the ICDN1 I know which parts to study to pass that exam.

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