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CCNA re-certification enigma

CCNA re-certification enigma

CCNA re-certification enigma

Hi Guys, wonder if you can ease my confusion. I passed my CCNA exam 6 years ago and renewed it 3 years later by passing the CVoice  v6.0 (642-436) exam. My 3 years are almost up again, so can I re-certify by sitting the new CVoice v8.0 (642-437) exam, or will passing  an updated version of a subject I have already passed be considered illegible for CCNA renewal.

Many thanks.

All I ever wanted to do was climb telephone poles - where did it all go wrong?

RE: CCNA re-certification enigma

As long as your CCNA hasn't expired, any 642 level exam or higher (CCIE) will renew your existing CCNA.

RE: CCNA re-certification enigma

Thanks Cluebird, much appreciated.

All I ever wanted to do was climb telephone poles - where did it all go wrong?

RE: CCNA re-certification enigma

You must try to go for 640-461 exam, its wiser to go for it. Otherwise, many try 642-437 too.

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