Not too easy. Not too difficult.
It's a very unique course about how the Internet works, how networks are put together, how to configure servers, computers, and routers, building and troubleshooting computers and networks, and how to use tools for hardware and software. This is one of many courses that you don't necessarily need a college degree in, you just need to pass a test to get a certification in the field.
The highlights of this course is learning about configuring networks. You can enter commands into the CLI (Command-Line Interface) of a router or switch from a computer to configure the configurations of the router and switch. You have a lot of control in controlling a whole network, which can expand GLOBALLY!
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Advice for students:
I recommend other students to do the activities, Packet Tracers, and Labs in the course. It will test your knowledge of the material in a hands-on activity and it's fun.