CWSP, as of today. Thanks bunches for making my brain bleed Kev/Dev. Many many thanks to KC, once again for the excellent instruction. Now for a short rest and wound licking before I tackle the Wireless#. It's been said here before, but I'll say it again, hands-on with analyzers, wips, and every other tool I could find was key.
Well done, hootie. Please share how you prepped, for those out there wondering what to do without an updated CWSP Study Guide.
Research, research, research. For every objective, found and read all the whitepapers I could get my hands on, the "chicken" and "RSN" papers, 4 of the recommended reading books, CWSP study guide v2 w/ the associated courseware, the demo versions of protocol analyzers, network sniffers, spectrum analyzers, topped off with a polishing session with KC. After all that I still just squeaked by on my 2nd attempt, but it was a pass. Brings up a question though? If I retake in an attempt to improve my score, and bomb, does that affect my certification?
Unless you're aiming to be CWNT, and have applied/paid, you cannot retake the same exam.
CWNT is what I was talking about, and I knew I needed permission, but this doesn't answer what would happen if the retake score was not passing.
Once you apply for CWNT, you can be granted permission for a retake, but, no, doing worse does not affect your certification.
I wanted to say congrats to you hootie. VERY nice work!
Many thanks to both of you Kevin and Devin, for creating a program that does much more than see who can memorize enough brainshare dumps to "earn" certification. This program has not only taught me a lot, but has driven me to learn more. I'm still hoping to raise my scores, I know a pass is a pass, but then again mastery of the knowledge is something else :).
If some one bets on Dumps for CWSP and CWAP .
They will have a Nightmare.
I donno abt CWNA becoz i did that 2 years AGO.
Anyhow Congrats on Earning CWSP V2.