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Renew Cisco certifications

Renew Cisco certifications

Renew Cisco certifications

(OP)
Hi

I`m certificated as CCNP and need to renew to keep the title.
There is a new certification called CCNP datacenter. If I pass the CCNP datacenter certification test, will it renew my CCNP title for another 3 years, or do I need to take CCNP Route, Switch and TSHOOT ?
Thank you.

RE: Renew Cisco certifications

The nice thing (I think) about renewing, is as long as you take any exam at or above the level you are at, it will renew all of your certifications. So, you can take any exam starting with a 642-xxx and it will renew your Professional level certifications and Associate level certifications

Can make it easier to become certified in multiple tracks and maintain all those certifications.

RE: Renew Cisco certifications

(OP)
Thank you very much for good answer

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