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I'm planning on taking my CCNA within 6 months. I have a little hands on experience on cisco routers and switches and have completed the ICND course at the beginning of last year. Should this be enough time or am I being over cautious. My background is mainly in the telecomms field, primarily voice.
You do not have to worry too much. A 200 - 400 hours study time (aprox.), almost each day (otherwise you'll loose the touch) using good books (Todd Lammle and Odon Wendell), with your background, it will be enough to pass the CCNA exam. Good luck!
ICND is a great book, just make sure you are familiar with command lines then you should be ok. Good Luck
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