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New CCNA Voice Track?

New CCNA Voice Track?

New CCNA Voice Track?

I was on the Cisco CCNA webinar this morning and it sure looked like all you need for a CCNA Voice certification is a CCENT and a ICOMM? I sure hope this is true? Can anybody shine a light on this?


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RE: New CCNA Voice Track?

Well, I'm registered for the (ICOMM) CCNA Voice class in Vegas 9/23-9/27. Since I have access to a Call Manager and Unity, and work on basics everyday, and a career of programming PBXs, I feel fairly certain of passing the test. It's true you only need a CCENT to take this class and gain this certification. Any words of wisdom from anyone who has taken the weeklong class? Thanks!

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RE: New CCNA Voice Track?

Yes , new CCENT track ( harder to pass as I heard ) will let you go directly to CCNA Voice .

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