Category Archives: CCNA R&S

Tips for your CCNA Lab!

Join Anthony Sequeira in this CBT Nugget as he guides you through some of his favorite tips for working in your CCNA Lab environment!

CCENT or CCNA to JNCIA-Junos – No Problem!

So you did amazingly awesome work and you earned your Cisco CCENT (ICND1) or CCNA (ICND1/2). Now you are ready to compliment these skills with the associate level certification from Juniper.

No problem – just turn to the following Nuggets out of JN0-102. (NOTE: As of this post a couple of these Nuggets are still pending review and not posted yet, but will be in a matter of a day.)

Now please keep in mind, you might want to view some of the Nuggets not in this list if you believe you might need some review of the networking fundamentals type content!

1. Intro to JN0-102

2. Your JN0-102 Flash Cards

10. The Juniper Device Portfolio

11. Juniper Device Architectures

12. CLI Modes and HELP

13. Managing Configurations

14. Restoring Factory Defaults

15. Juniper User Accounts

16. Juniper Device Interfaces

17. Additional Initial Configuration Elements

18. Logging and Tracing

19. Config Archive and the Rescue Config

20. Monitoring Juniper Devices

21. Juniper Device Maintenance

22. Routing

23. Routing Policy and Firewall Filters

24. J-Web

Failure Happens!

FailureWant to accomplish something great? Of course you do. Get ready to fail.

I am never surprised to read the posts in our Google Communities at CBT Nuggets regarding someone that has just failed an associate level or professional level exam and they are lit up! They would type a bunch of F-words if they could…

Listen…want to achieve the highest levels of your certification and your career? Get ready to learn from many failures. It happens.

One of the things that is tough for cert students is that many of them have NEVER failed an exam in their life. NEVER.

Relax, breath, you are going to survive this setback, learn from it, and continue to soar.

Don’t believe me? Check out these observations from some of the greats…

“I can accept failure, everyone fails at something. But I can’t accept not trying.” – Michael Jordan

“It’s fine to celebrate success but it is more important to heed the lessons of failure.” – Bill Gates

“Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.” – Thomas Edison

“Do not fear mistakes. You will know failure. Continue to reach out.” – B. Franklin