IPD Week - Program Updates

IPD Week - Program Updates

IPD Week - Program Updates - Greg Cote, Dave Free, Jose Esquivel, Echo Rantanen
Date and time: Wednesday, December 11, 2019 3:00 am
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  1. © 2019 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. #NetAcadIPD

    NetAcad.com http://cs.co/IPD20 Cisco Networking Academy December 2019 IPD Week Program Updates
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    Program Update IoT Security v.1.1 Emerging Technologies Workshops Packet Tracer v.7.3 CCENT Exam Extension for Netacad CCNA R&S Vouchers Support Desk Closure NDG Introduction to Linux II v2 Alumni Network on LinkedIn Agenda 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
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    Courses
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    Confidential 1 2 3 CCNAv7 Program Update -- Greg Coté, Product Manager -- CCNA Course Comparison (v6 to v7) Migration to CCNA v7 4 Milestones & Timeline Lab Equipment 5 Resources and CCNP
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    Confidential 2019 2020 May Jun Aug Sep Oct Nov Jan Dec Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Jul Certifications New Certifications Public Announcement (June 10) • New cert exams go live • EOL Old cert exams • Training badges go live (Feb 24, 2020) EOL of CCENT (ICND1) Exam for NetAcad (Jul 31) Draft 1 S&S (June 26) GA (EN): Dec 10, 2019 • Courses, Labs & Exams, PT7.3 • Bridging course Translations - AR, BP, FR, RU, ES, ZH_CH • Prioritize Bridging course • CCNA 7.0 courses Draft 2 S&S (Aug) CCNA 7.0 First Look CCNP Enterprise 8.0 Target GA (EN)* Labs & Exams Networking CCNA 7.0 *In Planning, Not Yet Committed CCNA 7.0 Learning Badges go live Key Milestones & Timeline Equip List Scoping of Translations
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    Confidential CCNA Course Comparison (v6 to v7)
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    portfolio evolution: The New Network Enabling IT to adapt fast and at scale Intent-Based Networks Achieve business objectives using DevOps principles Multi-Domain Networking Unify and secure diverse networking domains Programmable Networks Drive automation, agility, and scale securely Cisco Leadership Intent Translate Activate Assure
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    Level Cisco’s Expanded Certification Suite Specialist Level Professional Level Expert Level L L L Technology Core + Lab Exam Future offering Technology Core Exam Enterprise Security Service Provider Collaboration Data Center Concentration Exam Two Exams C C C C C C C C C C One Exam One Exam C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C L L L One Exam One Exam NetAcad Portfolio Evolution Areas Enterprise Core (ENCORE) Advanced Routing and Services (ENARSI) cisco.com/nextlevel
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    Confidential Minor updates and refinements *Addition of WLAN and Security topics **Addition of Automation, Programmability, VPN, and Security topics New CCNA 7.0 Course Evolution CCNA v7 Switching, Routing, and Wireless Essentials (SRWE) Blend of CCNA 6.0 …  Routing and Switching Essentials (RSE)  Scaling Networks (ScaN)  + New topics* CCNA v7 Enterprise Networking, Security and Automation (ENSA) Blend of CCNA 6.0 …  Routing and Switching Essentials (RSE)  Scaling Networks (ScaN)  Connecting Networks (CN)  + New topics** CCNAv7 Intro to Networks (ITN) Based on CCNA 6.0 Intro to Networking (ITN)
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    Confidential Networking Today Basic Switch and End Device Configuration Protocol Models Physical Layer Number Systems Data Link Layer Ethernet Switching Network Layer Address Resolution Basic Router Configuration IPv4 Addressing IPv6 Addressing ICMP Transport Layer Application Layer Network Security Fundamentals Build a Small Network Basic Device Configuration Switching Concepts VLANs Inter-VLAN Routing STP Etherchannel DHCPv4 SLAAC and DHCPv6 Concepts FHRP Concepts LAN Security Concepts Switch Security Configuration WLAN Concepts WLAN Configuration Routing Concepts IP Static Routing Troubleshoot Static and Default Routes Single-Area OSPFv2 Concepts Single-Area OSPFv2 Configuration WAN Concepts Network Security Concepts ACL Concepts ACLs for IPv4 Configuration NAT for IPv4 VPN and IPsec Concepts QoS Concepts Network Management Network Design Network Troubleshooting Network Virtualization Network Automation Intro to Networks (ITN) Switching, Routing, and Wireless Essentials (SRWE) Enterprise Networking, Security and Automation (ENSA) CCNA 7.0 Course Outlines __ New/significantly changed content CCNP Enterprise (ENCOR, ENARSI) DevNet Associate or Complementary Options CCNA Security / CCNA CyberOps or Python / ETWs or IT Essentials or lead with
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    Confidential CCNA R&S v6 Content Removed (reference by size) RIPv2 Port Forwarding Troubleshoot ACLs ITN RSE CIDR Parent/Child IPv4 Routes Troubleshoot NAT ScaN EIGRP OSPFv3 OSPF Multiarea Spanning-Tree Configuration VTP, Extended VLANs, DTP GRE PPPoE EBGP CN HDLC Internet of Things Troubleshoot ACLs IPv6 ACLs PPP SPAN
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    Today Basic Switch and End Device Configuration Protocol Models Physical Layer Number Systems • Hexadecimal Data Link Layer Ethernet Switching Network Layer Address Resolution Basic Router Configuration IPv4 Addressing (Reduced and Updated) IPv6 Addressing • Network Discovery ICMP Transport Layer Application Layer Network Security Fundamentals Build a Small Network Introduction to Networks (ITN) v.7.0 Explore the Network Configure a Network Operating System Network Protocols and Communications Network Access Ethernet Network Layer IP Addressing Subnetting IP Networks • CIDR Transport Layer Application Layer Build a Small Network Introduction to Networks (ITN) v6.0 CCNA R&S v6 Chapters CCNA-1 v7 17 Modules New Removed Module Chapter
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    Concepts Static Routing Dynamic Routing Switched Networks Switch Configuration VLANs Access Control List DHCP NAT for IPv4 Device Discovery, Management & Maintenance Routing & Switching Essentials (RSE) v6.0 CCNA R&S v6 Chapters CCNA-2 v7 17 Modules Basic Device Configuration (from RSE) Switching Concepts (from RSE) VLANs (from RSE & ScaN) Inter-VLAN Routing (from ScaN) STP (from ScaN) EtherChannel (From ScaN) DHCPv4 (from RSE) SLAAC and DHCPv6 Concepts (from RSE) FHRP Concepts (From ScaN) LAN Security Concepts (New) Switch Security Configuration (New) WLAN Concepts (New) WLAN Configuration (New) Routing Concepts (from RSE) IPv4 Static Routing (from RSE) IPv6 Static Routing (from RSE) Troubleshoot Static and Default Routes (from RSE) Switching, Routing, and Wireless Essentials (SRWE) v7.0 New from RSE From ScaN LAN Design Scaling VLANs STP EtherChannel and HSRP Dynamic Routing EIGRP (CCNP) EIGRP Tuning and Troubleshooting Single-Area OSPF Multiarea OSPF OSPF Tuning and Troubleshooting Scaling Networks (ScaN) v6.0
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    Concepts Point-to-Point Connections Branch Connections Access Control Lists Network Security and Monitoring Quality of Service Network Evolution Network Troubleshooting Connecting Networks (CN) v6.0 CCNA R&S v6 Chapters CCNA-3 v7 14 Modules New from CN from ScaN from RSE LAN Design Scaling Networks STP EtherChannel Dynamic Routing EIGRP EIIGRP Tuning and Troubleshooting Single-Area OSPF Multiarea OSPF OSPF Tuning and Troubleshooting Scaling Networks (ScaN) v6.0 Single-Area OSPFv2 Concepts (from ScaN) Single-Area OSPFv2 Configuration (from ScaN) WAN Concepts (from CN) Network Security Concepts (New) ACL Concepts (from CN) ACL for IPv4 Configuration (from CN) NAT for IPv4 (from RSE) VPN and IPsec Concepts (New) QoS Concepts (from CN) Network Management (RSE & CN) Network Design (RSE & ScaN) Network Troubleshooting (from CN) Network Virtualization (from CN) Network Automation (New) Enterprise Networks, Security and Automation (ENSA) v7.0
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    Confidential CCNA Instructor Qualification Mapping CCNA R&S v6 Course Current Qualification(s) CCNA v7 Course Qualification(s) Earned Materials to Review* CCNA 1 (Intro to Networks) CCNA 1 (Intro to Networks) No additional CCNA 1 (Intro to Networks) CCNA 2 (Routing & Switching Essentials) CCNA 1 (Intro to Networks) CCNA 2 (Switching, Routing, and Wireless Essentials) CCNA 2 (SRWE) v7 CCNA 1 (Intro to Networks) CCNA 2 (Routing & Switching Essentials) CCNA 3 (Scaling Networks) CCNA 1 (Intro to Networks) CCNA 2 (Switching, Routing, and Wireless Essentials) CCNA 3 (Enterprise Networking, Security, and Automation) CCNA3 (ENSA) v7 + Bridging Course CCNA 1 (Intro to Networks) CCNA 2 (Routing & Switching Essentials) CCNA 3 (Scaling Networks) CCNA 4 (Connecting Networks) CCNA 1 (Intro to Networks) CCNA 2 (Switching, Routing, and Wireless Essentials) CCNA 3 (Enterprise Networking, Security, and Automation) Bridging Course CCNA 2 (Routing & Switching Essentials) CCNA 2 (Switching, Routing, and Wireless Essentials) CCNA2 (SRWE) v7 CCNA 3 (Scaling Networks) CCNA 3 (Enterprise Networking, Security, and Automation) CCNA3 (ENSA) v7 CCNA 4 (Connecting Networks) CCNA 3 (Enterprise Networking, Security, and Automation) CCNA3 (ENSA) v7
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    Confidential • Available December 10, 2019 • Includes 7 new modules combined into 1 course template • Can unpublish and publish modules based either on CCNAv7 SRWE - 4 modules or CCNAv7 ENSA - 3 modules CCNAv7 Bridging Course
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    Confidential Migration to CCNA v7
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    Confidential CCNA v7 Migration – Generalized Guidance Dec 10, 2019* Continue with CCNA v6 The timeline is specific for English version of CCNA 7. For other languages, continue teaching v6 until v7 becomes available Feb 24 New CCNA exam July 31 Last CCENT exam Wrap-up CCNA v6 + adopt v7 Bridging content Transition to CCNA v7 (course #2 and #3 are significantly changed) Complete v6 courses for students targeting existing cert
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    Confidential Scenario – Completed CCNA R&S v6 ITN Easiest and cleanest transition is after CCNA R&Sv6 ITN students can move to CCNAv7 SRWE then ENSA ITN Completed CCNA R&S v6 SRWE ENSA Course Migration to CCNAv7
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    Confidential Scenario – Completed CCNA R&S v6 RSE ITN Completed CCNA R&S v6 RSE ScaN CN CCNAv7 Bridging SRWE ENSA ENSA CCNAv7 Bridging 4 Modules* Advantage: Simplest and feasible to ‘fit’ Bridging topics into CN. Disadvantage: Large # of topics taught not on new certification. (RIPv2, EIGRP, multi-area OSPF, OSPFv3, GRE, eBGP, Tshoot ACL, IPv6 ACLs, Tshoot NAT, STP Configuration, VTP, Extended VLANs, DTP, PPP & more) Advantage: Small amount of topics taught not on new certification. No Bridging course required. Disadvantage: Major topic overlap between RSE & SRWE (possibly up to 40% overlap) Advantage: Small amount of topics taught but not on certification. Disadvantage: Topics on certification exam not covered in these courses, Ex: Scaling VLANs, Inter-VLAN routing, STP, Etherchannel, FHRP concepts Course Migration Options *Challenge to fit Bridging modules plus missed topics into ENSA course (>70 hrs) Option 1 Option 2 Option 3
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    Confidential Scenario – Completed CCNA R&S v6 ScaN Option 1 ITN Completed CCNA R&S v6 RSE ScaN CN CCNAv7 Bridging ENSA CCNAv7 Bridging 4 Modules* Advantage: Simplest and feasible to ‘fit’ Bridging topics into CN. Disadvantage: Large # of topics taught not on new certification. (RIPv2, EIGRP, multi-area OSPF, OSPFv3, GRE, eBGP, Tshoot ACL, IPv6 ACLs, Tshoot NAT, STP Configuration, VTP, Extended VLANs, DTP, PPP & more) Advantage: Small amount of topic overlap. Disadvantage: Significant # of topics covered but not on new certification. (RIPv2, EIGRP, multi-area OSPF, OSPFv3, Tshoot ACL, Tshoot NAT, STP Configuration, VTP, Extended VLANs, DTP & more) Course Migration Options *Challenge to fit Bridging modules into ENSA course (>70 hrs) Option 2
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    Confidential CCNAv6 End of Life Course Language * Last Class Start Date CCNA Version 6 courses (ITN, RS, ScaN, CN) English Jan 31, 2021 Spanish End-of-life dates for translated languages will be announced when each language is released. Dates will be a minimum of 1 year after v7 course resources are available. Portuguese French Chinese Russian Arabic
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    Confidential CCNA v7 Lab Equipment
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    Confidential 4221 2960 or 4321 or 4331 Various end devices Server SOHO WiFi Router 4221 2960 or 4321 or 4331 Various end devices Server PT used for 3- router/switch topologies CCNA 6.0 vs 7.0 – Lab Equipment New For CCNAv7 Please Note: • Serial ports not required • PT version 7.3 required
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    Confidential • 1 wireless router (generic brand) with WPA2 support • Configure a Home Network with Wireless • Configure WLAN with WPA2 Encryption • GUI SOHO Wi-Fi Router is Back in CCNA 7.0
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    Confidential Can I Teach CCNA v7 on the 1941/2901 Routers? • Yes, you can use the 1941/2901 Routers, but please note: • CCNAv7 Hands-on labs and Skills Assessments (SA) were written using the Cisco 4221 routers • Some modifications for router interface names will be required • Most CCNAv7 commands should work, but full regression testing for the 1941 and 2901 was not done 4221 1941/2901 – Interface names G0/0 & G0/1 Example:
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    Confidential CCNA v7 Equipment List – ISR4K IOS-XE • Updated equipment list defines IOS-XE image requirements: • Cisco Commerce order tool has 3 tabs for IOS-XE options for ISR4k. First tab is for SD-WAN and should NOT be selected as this is not needed for labs and requires feature license. Second tab includes K9 images that are applicable. ✅
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    Confidential Resources
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    Confidential • Scope and Sequence • Release Notes • Instructor Planning Guides (includes Instructor PPTs) • Instructor Lab Source Files • Instructor Packet Tracer Source Files • Packet Tracer Activity Source Files • Student Lab Source Files • Student Packet Tracer Source Files • Exam Design Documents • PTSA Design Documents CCNAv7 Instructor Resources
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    Confidential CCNA v7: UI, Assessments, and Other Features Wed, Dec 11th at 12:00 pm Pacific Time/8:00 pm UTC Topics include: • New User Interface • Dynamic and Secure Assessments • Template Differences CCNA R&S v6 and CCNA v7 • Learning Enhancements & Much More Register in IPD Week course cs.co/IPD20 Join Us Wednesday, Dec 11th
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    Confidential CCNP 8.0 Updates
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    Confidential CCNP Enterprise SWITCH ROUTE TSHOOT Current Exams New Exams Enterprise Core Enterprise Advanced Routing & Services • Virtualization • Automation Leverages ROUTE/SWITCH/TSHOOT topics and labs with addition of: • Wireless • Analytics • Network Programmability • New Labs and Exams using Cisco Press Certification Guide as an anchor for text materials • ENCOR ~Jan release by CP • ENARSI ~Mar release by CP • Digital badges for completion of labs & exams and passing assessments • Target timeframes: • Equip list (end of Dec) • PPTs, Labs and Exams (Feb-Apr 2020)
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    Confidential • With Gamification IoT Security 1.1
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    Cisco Confidential IoT Security v1.1 The explosive growth of connected IoT devices enables the digitization of industries, but also increases the exposure to security threats. Upon completion students will be able to perform vulnerability and risk assessments, and research and recommend risk mitigation strategies for common security threats in IoT systems. Course Overview Students seeking a career in the rapidly growing IoT and security domains will learn practical tools for evaluating security vulnerabilities in IoT solutions, perform threat modeling, and use risk management frameworks to recommend threat mitigation measures. These skills are relevant across IoT and other network architectures. Benefits Learning Components Target Audience: Vocational, 2-year and 4-year College, 4- Year University students Prerequisites: • IoT Fundamentals: Connecting Things course • Networking and security knowledge equivalent of Networking Essentials and Cybersecurity Essentials Languages: English Course Delivery: Instructor-led Estimated Time to Complete: 50 hours Features • Conduct end-to-end threat modeling and evaluate security risks within IoT solutions • Discover and demonstrate a vulnerability using real-world penetration testing tools such as Kali Linux • Gain hands-on experience with IoT Prototypes using a Raspberry Pi • Increase awareness of emerging technologies used in the IoT Security space, such as Blockchain • Reinforce White Hat Hacker cybersecurity skills through the challenge of a team game
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    Cisco Public As an integral part of the Networking Academy learning experience, the IoT Security Game provides • 10 challenging missions • Real-world penetration tester experience • Fun and engaging experience • Teamwork and communication Features The IoT Security Game is a Catch The Flag (CTF) cybersecurity game. The game mimics a real-world scenario of an end-to-end Internet of Things (IoT) system and is fun and engaging to play. In the game, teams of students apply their White Hat Hacker skills to conduct a vulnerability assessment and provide mitigation recommendations to collect points and win. Tool Overview Students reinforce their White Hat Hacker cybersecurity skills through a series of challenges in a team game. In 10 missions, they discover various vulnerabilities on device, communication, and application layers and recommend mitigation measures. Career Prep • Game Controller • Cloud Services Simulator • Internet Gateway • IoT End Device • Kali Linux VM Learning Components IoT Security Game
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    to Access the Game Resources? 1. Open a new v1.1 IoT Security class on NetAcad.com 2. In the Modules menu, navigate to the IoT Security Game 3. Check the video overview recordings
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    to Access the Game Resources? 1. Navigate to the IoT Security Course Instructor’s Resources Page 2. Select the Course Resources folder 3. Download the IoT Security Game files 4. Follow the Instructor’s Setup Guide for the setup
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    Confidential IoTF: PL-App • Update
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    Cisco Public Updated PL-App SD-card Images • New PL-App Image • Version 2.2.0 (based on Raspbian Buster) • NEW: Support for the new Raspberry Pi 4 • USB-C for power! • Faster CPU & More RAM options (1,2,4GB) • Dual Micro-HDMI ports • Download the updated PL-App Images: • Instructor’s Resources Page for IoTF: Prototyping Lab • Connecting Things (page 3.2.2.3) • Big Data & Analytics (page 1.3.2.8) • IoT Security (page 1.2.3.1) • Hackathon Playbook (page 2.1.2.5) • Introduction to IoT (page 2.2.2.5)
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    Start your #NetDevOps journey with hands-on experience now. Emerging Technologies Workshops
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    Associate (200-901) Exam Topics CCNA Covers many topics including Python, XML/JSON, APIs, REST, YANG, NETCONF, RESTCONF, DNA- C, WebEx Teams, … How to start your journey today in NetAcad?
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    7 with the ETWs Expose CCNA students to hands-on skills with Network Automation using the Emerging Technologies Workshops
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    Tracer 7.3
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    Supports CCNA 7 & released together with CCNA 7 • New ISR 4331 router to support new topics • New enhanced 3504 WLC wireless LAN controller • Dynamic ARP Inspection (DAI) • DHCP snooping fixes and enhancements • Section output modifier for show commands • Improved user authentication: when student takes online PTSA, authentication is not required • Major GUI framework upgrade for better accessibility and usability Packet Tracer 7.3
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    4331 ISR • 1 GE/SFP, 1 GE, 1 SFP integrated WAN ports • 2 NIM slots Cisco 3504 WLC • Provides centralized control, management, and troubleshooting next-gen wireless networks New Devices Details More details and demos: The New Packet Tracer 7.3 for the New CCNAv7 - Technical Session on Thursday
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    For CCNA 7, PT 7.3 is required • For CCNA 6, PT 7.2.2 was most thoroughly tested • If you use PT 7.3 for CCNA 6, you may sometimes receive a scripts warning • You can have both PT versions installed alongside on Windows but only the latest install will be used for PTSAs Which version to use
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    Exam Extension
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    for Networking Academy Students & Instructors only • Last Day to test for Networking Academy July 31, 2020 • Exam Name and Number will change 100-110 INVITATION ONLY - CCENT, Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices • Networking Academy Course discounts for qualifying students and instructors will follow normal expiration dates (valid for six months and must be requested in the first three months) All CCENT Vouchers expire by July 31, 2020 • Networking Academy Course discounts will stop being issued on July 10, 2020 • Networking Academy Students and Instructors will need to provide their Networking Academy ID when registering to take the exam starting Feb 24, 2020 CCENT (ICND1 - 100-105)
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    for CCNA
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    NO VOUCHERS No voucher will be issued between those dates to account for processing time Discounts issued between Sept 1, 2019 and Feb 3, 2020 That are NOT USED (redeemed) by Feb 23, 2020 will be reissued by March 10, 2020 CCNA R&S discounts requested prior to Feb 24th must be used (redeemed) by Feb 23, 2020 Networking Academy Course discounts issued prior to Feb 24, 2020 will not work with the new CCNA Exam. Pre-paid and Supplemental Vouchers purchased for the current 200-125 CCNA R&S exam will NOT be valid after Feb 23, 2020 and cannot be transferred to other exams and will NOT be reissued. Networking Academy will continue to offer qualifying Students and Instructors discounts on the new exam - details to follow. CCNA 200-301 VOUCHER ISSUED BUT NOT USED CCNA R&S 200-125 Sept 1 Feb 3 Feb 23 Feb 24 March 10 CCNA R&S Vouchers
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    Desk Holidays Closure
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    San Francisco: December 24, 2019, 6 p.m. – January 2, 2020, 2 a.m. (PST, GMT -8) • New York: December 24, 2019, 9 p.m. – January 2, 2020, 5 a.m. (EST, GMT -5) • London: December 25, 2019, 2 a.m. – January 2, 2020, 10 a.m. (GMT) • Hong Kong: December 25, 2019, 10 a.m. – January 2, 2020, 6 p.m. (HKT, GMT +8) • Sydney: December 25, 2019, 1 p.m. – January 2, 2020, 9 p.m. (EDT, GMT +11) Support Desk Closure
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    Introduction to Linux II v2 Release Notes January 2020
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    Linux II - What’s New? • Updated chapter module content • Updated lab module content • Updated assessments • Updated Key Terms and Objectives in chapter modules • Release Date: January 2020 • The following NDG Introduction Linux II v2 course content aligns to the LPI LPIC1 Exam 102 objectives:
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    Linux II – Updated LPIC-1 102 Curriculum
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    content Updated virtual machines (Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, CentOS 7.0) NDG Linux II - What’s New?
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    Network on LinkedIn
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    2018 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential Professionally connect with over 25k Alumni and over 88k interested followers • Build your Network for current and future partnerships • Find Alumni & Instructors in your region to network with • Access Career Resources to use in your classroom You can search Alumni to learn: • Where they live • Where they work • What they do • What they are skilled at Cisco Networking Academy Alumni Network on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/school/cisco-networking-academy1
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    us on LinkedIn by using the Search bar Be sure to select “Follow”, to receive updates in your feed and easier access to the page in the future https://www.linkedin.com/school/cisco-networking-academy1
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    through Alumni by clicking the tab on the left of the page Two options to filter results https://www.linkedin.com/school/cisco-networking-academy1
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