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  1. What is CCNA and CCNP in networking?

    What is CCNA and CCNP in networking?

    People around the globe were never connected so well in the history of mankind. With technology increasing its impact on global communication and in providing solutions every passing year, networking plays an important part in the process. From socializing with the community to medical diagnosis, from controlling the manufacturing facility to navigation around the globe, networks are playing an integral part in today's era.
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  2. What is Network Design? - Know everything

    What is Network Design? - Know everything

    Network design is the planning phase of implementing computer network infrastructure. It involves analyzing and identifying how effectively all the elements of an IT network can be linked together (from switches, routers, and servers to laptops, scanners and desktop pcs) to optimize operational efficiency. Network designing is usually performed by IT administrators, network designers, and other talent from the relevant field.
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  3. ICND1 and ICND2 vs CCNA

    ICND1 and ICND2 vs CCNA

    Quick Start is offering (ICND1) and (ICND2) courses for students to get themselves enrolled for the individual course plan with the course duration of 40 hours. The people of interest in the network field know that ICND is the acronym for interconnecting Cisco Networking devices issued by Cisco Systems followed by another course option CCNA for the students being defined as Cisco Certified Network Associate. It is pretty much an essential question at the time of choosing amid these two networking courses, ICND1 & ICND2 OR CCNA and between them which option can be proved constructive and beneficial.
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  4. Routing and Switching: A Comprehensive Overview

    Routing and Switching: A Comprehensive Overview

    In networking, routing and switching are considered as basic functions without which network communication cannot be done the right way. The purpose of routing is to route packets between different Local Area Networks (LAN). On the other hand, switching is used to switch data packets within the same network. A router generally operates at the Layer 3 of the OSI model and largely relies on the network part of the destination IP address when it comes to sending a packet.
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    Cisco Certification Guide - Overview and Career Paths (Part 2)

    In the first part of the Cisco Certification Guide, we discussed the various levels of Cisco certifications starting from basic level courses and going right up to professional level certifications. In the second part, we will explore the final architect level certification along with discussing various other aspects of Cisco certifications like the latest curriculum update,

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    Routing and Switching Basics for Cyber and Network Security

    If you are truly invested in understanding the core tenets of cyber and network security, then you must first gain knowledge regarding the endpoints that you will need to secure. Every

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    Networking Basics: What You Need To Know

    As a basic level networking resource in the IT domain, most individuals tend to have a high amount of difficulty to build their technical knowledge regarding the core concepts on which their job tasks revolve. This creates an inherent difficulty for them, which would not have been there had they been well versed with the basics of networking.

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    Cisco Certification Guide - Overview and Career Paths (Part 1)

    Cisco is a widely renowned name in the world of IT as it’s the primary manufacturer of networking-related equipment that’s used en-masse in all types of networking environments. But what most people don’t know is that Cisco also has its own product line that dedicatedly caters to the diverse needs of data and cloud management centers.

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