“All that matters, is where you are going” is a favorite quote of mine. With that an update as well as a plan to move forward. I have now finished Narbik’s Volume 2 Service Provider workbook. It took a little while longer than I had planned.
Welcome to 2011
Welcome to 2011. I hope that you have had time to enjoy the holidays and all the festivities that come with it. Personally i have been doing alot of work stuff. Moving data centers is no small task when the customers want constant uptime.
Its been just over two weeks since my lab attempt. I have basically done no studying at all during that time. Time has come to get back in the game. I do have alot of work to do in the near future, but i will still try and do all the studying i can squeeze in.
I wanted to give a status update on my study progress as it stands on February 28th 2010. At the moment im still hitting Narbik labs. There are alot of good ones, and i havent even hit the troubleshooting labs yet.
I had a very long day at work yesterday, but still felt like doing a lab when i got home. My next lab was about fallback-bridging. Yet another topic i know nothing about 🙂 So today/tonights plan calls for figuring this technology out.
The link below is an excellent read from INE that you should really take the time to read. I am working on a post about the OSPF forwarding address, as well as some MPLS stuff. Stay tuned 🙂 I just wanted to get the link out there.
Lately I havent been keeping up my chores on the blog. Theres a good reason for this. I have really been studying hard to do the written exam again. Done lots of practice tests, a lot of technology focused labs on especially some edge areas where I wasnt 100% sure of things.
CCNA completed :)
I am happy to report that I managed to pass the CCNA exam yesterday. What a relief.
Here it is:
Hopefully Maibrith passes her exam today as well!!
Update: She did pass it!
Learning – Howto?
Since starting my now almost infamous Cisco course, I have become very interested in ways to learn new material. How do you plan out a semester, how do you organize a study schedule, where do you study? what kind of tools do you use to get you through it all?
Update on small things.
Been doing alot this week. Mainly been studying some more. Couple of important chapters, I need to get down really well. How do you get hard information into your brain, and get it to stay there, and understand it for good?