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Topic # 25938 7-Sep-2008 13:53
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Hi everyone.
I am currently studying CCNA 3 V4 at polytech and have my skills based assessment coming up soon. I was wondering if anyone had done this exam (its version 4) and would be able to offer me any pointers as to what I should be learning for it. Like is there any subentting to do or is it basically just configure router on a stick and some VLANs on a few switches?

Any help would be appreciated!
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Allan

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  Reply # 162964 8-Sep-2008 00:29
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I did CCNA1 V4 last semester and now half way through CCNA2 V4. Both had skills assesment and required bit of subnetting....I suggest practise that heaps as I see why they would not include this in CCNA3 V4...

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  Reply # 163501 10-Sep-2008 15:06
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It's a couple of years since I did CCNA bits.... but one thing i do remember very clearly, is that you will be expected to work out subnets, /notation, and networks straight away...  Loads of "how many networks does /17 give you" etc etc...

I did find lots of intersting and helpful places on the internet though :), and if you can get hold of an "Actual Tests" or "Test King" that will certainly point you in the right direction for the style of questions you will be asked !

Good luck !

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