I’ll be reading over all my Cisco materials for the next two months and then at the end of February I will be taking my CCNA Exam from Cisco. I’ve taken certification exams in the past, so I have a pretty good idea of what to expect. I’ll be doing my exam first thing in the morning (which is 10 a.m. for the exam site that is near me). I’m doing this as I should be at my best mentally at that time of day. I’m really looking forward to it. After I finish with my CCNA I’ll turn my attention to Microsoft and get ready for taking exams on Windows Server 2008 and Exchange 2007. I’ll more than likely also focus on SQL Server as I find it interesting and challenging. During my studies I’ll continue adjusting my home network. My next project is going to be testing out Powerline networking. This will allow me to move the switches and servers (which are LOUD) out of the bed room and into another location of the house without having to put drops everywhere (which really isn’t possible in our location). Stay tuned for that report in the coming weeks.
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- Red Hat Summit 2017 March 8, 2017