With the continual evolution of networks as a complex cluster of systems and devices, Cisco endeavors to protect and streamline networks with comprehensive Cisco Routing & Switching Track training courses. Categorized as four levels of network certifications in routing and switching: Entry, Associate, Professional, and Expert,Cisco Routing & Switching Track certification traininghelps individuals looking forward to enhancing their routing and switching skills.
Cisco Routing & Switching Track Training and Certification Levels
CCENT- The Entry Level
CCENT (Cisco Certified Entry Level Technician) is the entry level Cisco Routing & Switching Track training for beginners. The CCENT certification teaches and validates the fundamental skills for entry-level network operating and support profiles, including the diagnosis, restoration, repair, and replacement of critical Cisco system and networking devices at customer sites. You learn the foundations of installation, operations, and troubleshooting a small enterprise branch network along with basic network security fundamentals in this level.
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