Hello guys, I recently started working in networking. And i think of going forward in my career path, so i am looking for any college or University which allow CCNA courses online?
Silly me - I missed the online bit.
I think Cisco network acadamy are usually courses you attend in person.
When I first started, long long ago, I bought the Cisco Press study guide, and just did that.
No worries at all... 😀
Yes, that is the thing, With limited time. I would be better off following a online course. Udemy has many courses, but not sure if the validity is the same as coming from an online college or Uni.
Haha, well some people are genius, just the cisco study guide huh. 👍.. Me.. not so much.. would definitely need support 😅
-cbt nuggets ccent/ ccna used to be good with trainer Jeremy Cioara. (this guy is amazing)
-INE also offers video's and online classes
or just grap a book from Cisco Press like Philip said and read when you can.
For CCNA R&S, I used CBT Nuggets, Wendell Odom's book, and Todd Lammle's book. For labs, I had Boson labs thru my school but I think you'd be fine with either some eBay gear or Packet-Tracer labs.
For the new CCNA due in February 2020, there's already course materials out there and available.
CBT Nuggets for me was Jeremy Cioara, who is really engaging! My partner (db admin) would eavesdrop and crack up.
Wendell Odom dives into detail more, but is very dry.
Lammle was a little more surface level, but more engaging.... to me. I've had coworkers tell me he's also dry, but networking is My Thing so I was pretty happy.
Pluralsight also has some older courses that still overlap with the new requirements. If I had to get one online training, I'd get CBT Nuggets.
I can recall doing a free on-line Juniper course that covered the fundamentals extremely well. JNCIA has several streams which would be of interest to a future professional, such as Dev-Ops, Enterprise Routing and Switching, Data Center, Service Provider and Cloud.
JNCIA is an introductory qualification, and need not be particularly product specific. Sometimes, it is useful to get an alternative view on a topic.
You're not living under a rock. Unless you talk to people who've been there and done that, it's hard to know what training resources are considered solid. Your time is valuable, and there's no sense in wasting it on training materials that are missing just
huge huge chunks
of information, or are very badly written. Or have awful static and unpleasant speaking voices, lol.