There are five levels of general IT certifications: Entry, Associate, Professional, Expert and Architect, the highest level of accreditation within the Cisco Career Certification program. You can find more information on the Certifications and Training program here www.cisco.com/go/certifications.
If you would like to pursue the CCNA certification, there are two different exam paths available to become certified:
Option 1: 640-802 CCNA
Option 2: 640-822 ICND1 and 640-816 ICND2
(Please Note: By taking the two exam option, you will achieve both the CCENT certification (completing ICND1) and CCNA certification (completing both ICND1 and ICND2). Passing the 640-802 CCNA will only certify you in CCNA)
You can find recommended course training, study content and additional resources in the Study/Learn page for the ICND1 and ICND2 exams. To help with your learning experience, you can also try a few of the learning games available in the Games Arcade page.
For more information about the CCNA certification requirements, visit www.cisco.com/go/ccna
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Hey I need some help: I am using a Dynamips simulator, to configure a router by name "corp".
When I enter the command "interface vlan 1" in the exec mode (corp#) i get a message like "invalid input detected at, with the ^ marker on the "l" of the "vlan". I dont see where I'm wrong with my command. Pls help me guys!
Thank you so much for your help. Actually, I'm using GNS3 for my simulation for a CCNA exam. I thought I could just work around it while avoiding to study its tutorials. I have only 2.5 weeks to go. I just realized I have to study the tutorial.
But your posting regarding my question was REALLY handy. I found the same thing you said in the tutorial.
Thank you so much.