It's been a bit longer than I anticipated in obtaining this certification, and I learned or re-learned way more about some networking items I will likely never use again, and/or haven't used in years such as information regard hubs. Reminds me of the 10base5 or 4wireE&M telephone signaling that I studied while in the Air Force and never used while I was there or since.
Passed my Cisco CCNA for my Degree (SAN GCIH coming)
Do they even still make or use hubs? (I know that some companies still have/use them) but why when you can buy a 100Mb workgroup switch for under $15?
On to more school work, glad to have that behind me, still have one more Cisco test to take, the Cisco 640-553 IINS exam. But in the meantime, next week I'm going to SANS Institute and taking the GCIH course.