How to Earn Cisco CCT Routing & Switching Certification in Record Time

Perhaps you are a people person who would happily embrace the thrill of solving onsite maintenance challenges with Cisco networking devices and working as a team with Cisco’s Technical Assistance professionals. If this sounds like you, then you should take the next step and work toward your CCT Routing & Switching certification. Although there are multiple steps to take in order to achieve this, with determination and focus, you can become certified quicker than you might think.

Because there are no prerequisites, you can dive right into the Supporting Cisco Routing & Switching Network Devices v1.0 training course. Throughout this course, you will learn the skills necessary becoming a technician who is capable of identifying various Cisco router and switch models, accessories, interfaces and cabling. You will also learn the workings of Cisco IOS software operating modes and develop competency in working collaboratively with the Cisco Technical Assistance Center.

As part of the certification process, you will be required to pass the RSTECH 640-692 Exam. The fastest route to passing an exam of this caliber is practice with the questions and answers in the format that you will face on the certification exam. is the go-to source for real exam tutorials. Their 640-692 exam engine will thoroughly prepare you for the CCT certification exam by enabling you to practice and revisit the exam questions and answers until you have mastery of the content. By taking action on the steps above, you will be on your way to reaching your goal of becoming a certified Cisco technician.

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