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Thread: Checkpoint/CCSA student guide

  1. #1
    norcalto
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    Checkpoint/CCSA student guide

    I see there is a student guide available for download in various
    locations- but there is a requirement to sign up for file transfer
    services. Does anyone have a .pdf (or other similar formats) version
    of the "Checkpoint NGX R65 Security Administration" handbook. If not,
    would anyone happen to have any e-courseware of the CCSA (156-215.65)
    cert? Thanks in advance.

  2. #2
    VanguardLH
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    Re: Checkpoint/CCSA student guide

    norcalto wrote:

    > I see there is a student guide available for download in various
    > locations- but there is a requirement to sign up for file transfer
    > services. Does anyone have a .pdf (or other similar formats) version
    > of the "Checkpoint NGX R65 Security Administration" handbook. If not,
    > would anyone happen to have any e-courseware of the CCSA (156-215.65)
    > cert? Thanks in advance.


    What would the course book have that is missing from the documentation
    for the product itself?

    http://www.checkpoint.com/support/te.../docs_r65.html

    Are you asking how to cheat the Checkpoint certification for the course
    (http://www.checkpoint.com/services/e...cpsa1_r65.html)
    by trying to memorize something out of the handbook for it? From the
    "What you will learn" list, it looks like those topics are covered in
    the normal docs for the product; however, perhaps the handbook includes
    implementation strategies that are missing from the product docs. They
    provide a table of contents for their handbook if you're looking for
    what topics on which to focus for self-study (if you don't want to take
    or pay for their training class) to help get their certification.

    They won't give you another copy of the handbook if you already passed
    their course? See if you can get it when doing self-study
    (https://www.checkpoint.com/forms/lead.htm?formId=000197). You have to
    fill out the form before they tell you what docs are available in their
    "self-study library". You still end up having to pay the heft costs for
    the VUE exams to get the cert.

    Or are you asking us on how you can steal their courseware
    (https://www.checkpoint.com/CourseWare/OrderHomePage.jsp) or to steal
    the copyrighted book (http://tinyurl.com/2ffjhvx)? Some folks tried to
    add it to a P2P download but it got yanked, like at the links at
    http://www.tactools.us/checkpoint-se...-handbook.html
    but when followed show the copyrighted work got yank because it was
    abuse of that service. Since the tor download sites have free signups
    (registrations) but you aren't even willing to do that, it certainly
    appears you are trying to steal the courseware or book.

  3. #3
    Lord Edam de Fromage
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    Re: Checkpoint/CCSA student guide

    On 22/11/2010 22:51, VanguardLH wrote:
    > norcalto wrote:
    >
    >> I see there is a student guide available for download in various
    >> locations- but there is a requirement to sign up for file transfer
    >> services. Does anyone have a .pdf (or other similar formats) version
    >> of the "Checkpoint NGX R65 Security Administration" handbook. If not,
    >> would anyone happen to have any e-courseware of the CCSA (156-215.65)
    >> cert? Thanks in advance.

    >
    > What would the course book have that is missing from the documentation
    > for the product itself?


    The official course book is edited highlights of the admin PDFs. The
    labs in the official course book are all examples in the various admin
    PDFs available off checkpoint.


    > Are you asking how to cheat the Checkpoint certification for the course
    > (http://www.checkpoint.com/services/e...cpsa1_r65.html)
    > by trying to memorize something out of the handbook for it?


    LOL! Even if you have perfect recall of the checkpoint PDFs &
    coursewware you've still only got a 70% chance of passing the exam
    without hands-on experience, because they still include questions on
    options that were removed from the product four versions ago (a *good*
    CCSA/CCSE course tutor will know of these and point them out as they go
    along).


    R65 is unsupported in new installations and is EOL in March - why not
    start with R70?

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