You'll learn a lot more than how to turn it off and turn it back on again in this course on diagnosing and solving routing and switching errors on Cisco equipment. You'll learn proper troubleshooting methods, making you a practical expert in identifying underlying problems and applying the right fixes.
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Cisco Routing and Switching Troubleshooting FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
This course is ideal for networking professionals with a few years of experience who are looking for a way to solidify their expertise and make a name for themselves. Experienced network administrators and even network engineers who learn proper troubleshooting have a rock-solid foundation for future networking work.
No, this Cisco troubleshooting training isn't associated with any particular certification and won't prepare you for any certification exams. This training is focused on practical troubleshooting skills – it's designed to teach you how to spot root causes of problems before others even notice the outage.
If you have no Cisco certifications at all, you might start with the CCNA after taking this Cisco troubleshooting course. But if you already have the CCNA, CCNP Data Center or CCNP Enterprise are advanced certifications that depend in part on the knowledge from a course like this.
The best kind of troubleshooting requires deep knowledge of how Cisco routing and switching equipment functions and how protocols behave. You should take this troubleshooting course because it's how to gain that deep level of expertise that only certain networking professionals ever end up attaining.