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I am Ramin Fazel, a citizen of Iran. I want to take CCNA and CCNP exams, because of international sanctions, Iran is in forbidden list. I want to ask if I can attend the exams in Dubai and get these c
(Question asked by Ramin on October 13, 2016)
Yes you can take Cisco exams but it would be better if you take the training first in order to pass the Cisco certifications. We provide hands on training for CCNA. We have the actual routers and switches and we also do virtualization (show networking). You will be provided with the course handouts/materials as well.
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I am an IT hardware network support engineer with 2 years work experience. I would like to update my profile, which course can I go for?
(Question asked by Riyaz on January 03, 2018)
You can start with CCNA Routing and Switching then after you can go for CCNP Routing and Switching or you can do CCNA and CCNP Security for an upgrade.+ more answers
I am an electrical engineer and interested in CCNA. I do not have any IT or Networking background. Am I eligible for the course? If not, which course can i take that can lead me to CCNA?
(Question asked by Umair on February 28, 2018)
Good Day Umair! Yes you are eligible to take CCNA Routing and Switching even you do not have any background in IT or Networking since this course does not require anything. But if incase you are interested with other courses like CCNA Security or CCNA Wireless you first need to finish and be certified in CCNA Routing and Switching.+ more answers