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CCNP certification 6 years 10 months ago #33312

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Hi all,

I heard that cisco is changing the CCNP certification into 3 modules called ROUTE, SWITCH and TSHOOT.

This confuses me what to do now if I am studying for my CCNP, should I just study ONT and ISCW also? Or what is the difference? I did not see cisco publish it on their site yet.
But I want to be sure what and how to plan my CCNP study. What should I do?

And in addition to that how important will concept such as frame-relay be in CCNP? Because I have also seen that maybe this MPLS will be taking over Frame relay.


Just want to be sure what to study and what is going to change so I dont miss any topics for CCNP..


Thanks Alot,

KC
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Re: CCNP certification 6 years 10 months ago #33340

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And in addition to that how important will concept such as frame-relay be in CCNP? Because I have also seen that maybe this MPLS will be taking over Frame relay.

Is this true?? Any one have any idea regarding the syllabus change of CCNP??
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Re: CCNP certification 6 years 10 months ago #33346

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It seams that there is indeed a new CCNP track, but it doesn't obsolete the old track. Not yet, Check here:

www.cisco.com/web/learning/le3/le2/le37/...ation_type_home.html

Notice in the page above (two tables below) that you can take either the 4 exam OR the new 3 exam track. Further details will be announced by Cisco at the end of this January, check this:

learningnetwork.cisco.com/thread/8498

The above clearly says the current 4 exam track are not phased out yet.
Studying CCNP...

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Re: CCNP certification 6 years 10 months ago #33389

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I heard that Cisco is taking out ISCW and ONT and putting in a Troubleshooting exam for the new revision.

That's just through the grape vine though. I dont know if true or not.
Rich
Network Engineer /CCNP, CCNA-S
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Re: CCNP certification 6 years 10 months ago #33390

I heard that too. ISCW and ONT have too much overlap with CCNA Security was what I heard, so they will go in favour of CIT, which is, AFAIK, Cisco Internetwork Troubleshooting. Again though, this was through the grapevine.
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Re: CCNP certification 6 years 10 months ago #33391

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That would suck. Cisco should just add it to the track and make the CCNP more credible..

Not that it's not credible and hard as crap already.. lol
Rich
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