What is the Difference between Cisco 200-125 VCE and Cisco 200-120 VCE ?

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Cisco 200-125 VCE Moved from ICND1 to ICND2

For the changes to CCNA R&S announced in May 2016, most of the changes happened in ICND2. As a result, Cisco moved few topics from ICND1 to ICND2. They moved more out of ICND2 over into ICND1. In fact, only two topics of note move from ICND1 to ICND2, and the moves are relatively minor:

First, the OSPF 200-125 VCE move makes sense. Looking at the history of CCNA R&S since 2003, when Cisco introduced the idea of both a 1-exam and 2-exam path to CCNA R&S, Cisco has placed some subject areas that straddle the line between the ICND1 half and the ICND2 half of CCNA. OSPF has straddled that line for the last couple of revisions of CCNA, and now it is squarely in ICND2 only. http://www.cert4sure.net/cisco-200-125-ccna-pdf-dumps-free-download.html makes good sense given that Cisco has added RIPv2 to ICND1.

IPv4 ACLs unfortunately still straddles the line between the exams. I can understand some good reasons for keeping some IPv4 ACL content in ICND1 and some in ICND2, but I personally would have chosen to put it all in ICND1. That said, the new ICND1 200-125 vce specifically use the word “standard”, and not “extended”, in the exam topic for IPv4 ACLs, and the ICND2 exam topic pulls in the word “extended”. That’s the big difference.

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Still in ICND2, but Higher Performance Level

Two topics – HSRP and SNMP – get an upgrade in performance level, at least in what’s literally listed in the exam topics. http://www.certadept.com/cisco-200-125-exam-with-our-dumps-pdf-vce-free-try.html means you get an upgrade in what you need to study for these topics.

In the history of the ICND1, ICND2, and 200-125 exams, Cisco has listed some exam topics using hands-on skill verbs like configure, verify, and troubleshoot. You can think of these three exam topics as a progression, with configuration as the first skill, verification as an additional skill, and troubleshooting as the highest skill.

Looking back to the 2013 edition of these exams, Cisco upgraded a variety of ICND2 exam topics to list the exam topics with all three verbs: configure, verify, and troubleshoot. Here in 2016, there are few of the now-old exam topics that could be upgraded to a higher performance level, because they mostly already included the troubleshoot verb.

However, there are two topics from the old ICND2 200-125 vce that used concept-focused verbs rather than CLI-focused verbs like configure, verify, and troubleshoot. The new 70-243 exam topics are (with references to the old exam topics’ verbs):

4.1 Configure, verify, and troubleshoot HSRP (the old exam’s exam topic used verb “recognize”)

5.1 Configure and verify SNMPv2/v3 (the old exam’s exam topic used verb “describe”)


Personally, I both like and dislike these changes. I like them because it clears up ambiguity, and treats these topics like most other topics. Just because of personal preference, I dislike the inclusion of SNMP, particularly SNMPv3. SNMPv3 is just a surprisingly difficult feature to configure even at a basic level. SNMPv3 in IOS definitely needs an easy button. Read More Official Information:http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/training-events/training-certifications/exams/current-list/200-125-ccna.html