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CCNA certification Expired

Discussion in 'Routing & Switching' started by srinivas Jogi, May 7, 2009.

  1. srinivas Jogi

    srinivas Jogi New Member

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    Hi Friends,

    My CCNA certification got expired,Please let me know what to do.what should i do in order to recertify my CCNA,should i reappear for CCNA or can i go with any other certification other than CCNA.

    Regards
    srinivas
     
  2. Richie1888

    Richie1888 Byte Poster

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    you can do that and the ccnp exams seem to recertify your ccna aswell
     
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  3. MrShed

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    Taking a professional exam does NOT renew your CCNA, IF the CCNA is expired. Moreover, you cannot get CCNP without a valid CCNA.

    Therefore, you WILL need to retake your CCNA at some point in the future to progress on the Cisco track I'm afraid - you wont be the first person to be caught out by this one!
     
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  4. naimnadus

    naimnadus New Member

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    mine also will expire at the of April 2010 and i am here to ask about the exam's content ?? i mean is it a full ccna exam or complementary for the new stuff.

    thanks
     
  5. greenbrucelee
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    greenbrucelee Zettabyte Poster

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    As far as I understand it you have to do the whole thing again.
     
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  6. gorebrush

    gorebrush New Member

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    You will have to either take the ICND1 and 2 exam, or shoot straight for the 640-802 CCNA "All in One"
     
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