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Cisco redesigned the CCNA program in 2013 to offer the certification in various subspecialties related to networking.
For example, the CCNA Cloud certification focuses on the skills required for cloud networking, while the CCNA Wireless certification validates an individual’s competence in wireless local area networks (WLANs). CCNA certificates are available in the following ten areas: cloud, collaboration, cybersecurity operations, data center, design, industrial/IoT, routing and switching, security, service provider and wireless. The CCNA routing and switching category is the most similar to the pre-2013 CCNA program.
A CCNA routing and switching certification covers the fundamentals of enterprise networking, including LAN switching, IP addressing, routing, subnetting and more. It assesses an individual’s ability to deploy, configure, manage and troubleshoot enterprise networks. In 2016, Cisco updated the CCNA routing and switching certification to place more emphasis on software-defined networking (SDN), network-based analytics and network functions virtualization (NFV).
Cisco certifications are highly demanded across large and small IT organizations across the world. Hiring managers prefer candidates who not only have an understanding of the topic and experience, but having completed certification in the subject.
All the Cisco certifications listed on Exam-Labs are accepted worldwide and are a part of the industry standards. Are you looking for practice questions and answers for the Cisco Cisco CCNA Cisco Certified Network Associate CCNA exam? Exam-Labs is here to help! We have compiled a database of questions from actual exams in order to help you prepare for and pass your exam on the first attempt. All training materials on the site are up to date and verified by industry experts. To advance your career in the information technology industry you need high quality and practical learning, Cisco 300-101 certification can help you go further in the information technology industry.

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