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Welcome to the CCDA Study Group, the place on the Cisco Learning Network where you can ask questions and share ideas with other members as you prepare for your CCDA Certification. We encourage you to use this Study Group's discussion forums, document sharing, and other interactive features to build this into a valuable support resource as you take your career to the next level.

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Tags: ccda, cisco_certification

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Created: Jan 4, 2010

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Re: IPSec VPN QoS - Cisco Press Author Rob Barton - Post Seminar Thread 1 week ago by John John
Re: Virtual Switching Systems (VSS) contradiction in text books 1 week ago by rmhango rmhango
Re: Wireless QoS Post Seminar Discussion 2 weeks ago by John John
Re: Campus QoS Design Post-Seminar Discussion Thread 3 weeks ago by szigeti szigeti
Re: MGCP, H323, SIP overview needed 1 month ago by Steven Davidson Steven Davidson
Re: H.323/V2 question about changing the encoding rate. 1 month ago by Jimmyc CCNA CCNA-S Jimmyc   CCNA  CCNA-S
Re: Excellent video on SIP protocol 2 months ago by francois francois
Re: Study Materials and Study Plan Guidance Required 2 months ago by Mithun Adhikary Mithun Adhikary
Re: Textbook error on Multicast Site-Local Scope (239.255.x.x) 2 months ago by Michel Michel
Re: Official Cert Guide and OSPF information 2 months ago by MLP MLP
Re: Are IS-IS concepts important for CCDA ? 2 months ago by Jimmyc CCNA CCNA-S Jimmyc   CCNA  CCNA-S
Re: just passed CCDA !! 2 months ago by Pete Nugent Pete Nugent
Re: ICND Down CCNA or CCDA next? 2 months ago by Matt Saunders - Community Manager Matt Saunders - Community Manager
Re: if you pass the CCDA, share the wealth 2 months ago by Jimmyc CCNA CCNA-S Jimmyc   CCNA  CCNA-S
Re: Netflow vs RMON 2 months ago by Paul Stewart - CCIE Security, CCSI Paul Stewart  -  CCIE Security, CCSI
Re: eigrp proprietary questions in CCDA 2 months ago by Mrigendra Mrigendra
CCDA BGP attributes video 2 months ago by Jimmyc CCNA CCNA-S Jimmyc   CCNA  CCNA-S
Re: Official Cert Guide  explanation on BGP Origin is mistaken? 2 months ago by Jimmyc CCNA CCNA-S Jimmyc   CCNA  CCNA-S
Re: the submarine cables 2 months ago by francois francois
Re: Propagation Delay - 6ms per KM ??? I don't think so!!! 2 months ago by Michel Michel
Re: HIPAA - Error  to  be cautious of  in CCDA official Book 640-864 2 months ago by francois francois
Re: where can we find more Design scenarios ? 2 months ago by francois francois
Re: DESGN exam topics: what are the percentages? 3 months ago by Mario Mario
Re: Can someone explain this textbook quote on iBGP uses? 3 months ago by Jimmyc CCNA CCNA-S Jimmyc   CCNA  CCNA-S
Re: When is the "Router OSPFv3 1" statement required ? 3 months ago by Daniel Dib CCIE #37149 Daniel Dib CCIE #37149

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