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Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of pageLink to this message   By Howard Grimm (Ohiotx) on Friday, April 09, 1999 - 03:21 pm:

Test # 1 no tags


Can someone help fill-in/correct some of this information about the Cisco Certification Program. I've spent much time trying to get this information from the Cisco Web Site, a number of other web sites, and read several of my books and books at the bookstore (can't afford to buy them all), but I can't seem to get all the necessary information. I think I have most of the basics defined, but I am still missing some of the details.

Here is what I've managed to put together so far:

*********************************************************

Basically there are just three levels of certification with a number of specialties at each level.

Each Certification is set such that it leads to the next level's Certification through a process called a Training Track (IE: Routing & Switching, WAN Switching, Design, or Support). Also, sometimes, a higher level certification can be achieved without the requirement of the lower level certification, or there may be some special prerequisite for a certification.

Many times you will see these certification titles referenced with just the four letters, such as CCNA, but implying the CCNA-Routing & Switching certification.


The first and lowest level of certification is the Associate level:
The certifications at this level are titled CCNA-Routing & Switching,
CCNA-WAN Switching, CCDA-Routing & Switching and CCNA-WAN Switching.
Each of these four Associate level certifications has their own
specific certification test:
Test #640-408 CCNA-R/S Cisco Certified Network Associate(CCNA)
Test #640-410 CCNA-WAN Cisco Certified Network Associate-WAN
Switching
Test #9E0-004 CCDA-R/S Cisco Design Specialist (CDS)
Test # ??? CCDA-WAN ?????


The second level is the Professional level:
The certification at this level are titled CCNP-Routing & Switching,
CCNP-WAN Switching, and CCDP. Each of these three Professional
level certifications has a four test requirement (CCDP has additional
requirements). The first three test (can be combined into one exam):
Test #640-403 CCNP/CCDP Advanced Cisco Router Configuration(ACRC)
Test #640-404 CCNP/CCDP Cisco LAN Switch Configuration(CLSC)
Test #640-405 CCNP/CCDP Configuring, Monitoring, & Troubleshooting
Dialup Services (CMTD)
or
Test #640-409 CCNP/CCDP Foundation Routing and Switching(FRS)
(combines test 640-403, 404, & 405)
Plus one exam specific to the given type of certification at this level
Test #640-406 CCNP/CCDP Cisco Internetworking Troubleshooting(CIT)
?????? CCNP-WAN ?????
A fifth special test is required for CCDP certification (also previously
passing test # 640-408)
Test #640-025 CCDP-R/S BPX Switch and Service Configuration(BSSC)

The third and highest level of certification is the Engineering level:
The certification at this level is titled CCIE-Routing & Switching,
CCIE-ISP Dial, and CCIE-Wan Switching. Each of these three Engineering
level certifications has a written exam and a two day lab exam. The
written exam must be passed before the Lab exam can be scheduled.
Lab #350-001 CCIE-R/S CCIE-R/S Certification Laboratory
(Qualification Exam #350-001)
Lab #350-004 CCIE-ISP CCIE-ISP Dial Certification Laboratory
(Qualification Exam #350-004)
Lab #350-007 CCIE CCIE WAN Switching Certification Laboratory
(Qualification Exam #350-007)


Cisco has also added some new Specialty Certifications. Basically these new certifications are a specialty certification at the Professional level. Each of these specialty certifications has the prerequisite of the CCNP certification, and the requirement of passing an additional one or two exams. See Cisco's Web site for more information on these Specialty Certifications

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/10/wwtraining/certprog/special/course.html

Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of pageLink to this message   By Howard Grimm (Ohiotx) on Friday, April 09, 1999 - 03:27 pm:

Test # 2 (w/tabs and font format)

The Cisco Certification program is some what confusing and convoluted, with the way that Cisco has devised their certification program (at least when you first try to view their program). Basically there are just three levels of certification with a number of specialties at each level.

It's important to note that several of these specialties are set such that they lead to the next level's specialty through a process called a Training Track (IE: Routing & Switching, WAN Switching, Design, or Support). Also, sometimes, a higher level certification can be achieved without the requirement of the lower level certification, or there may be some special prerequisite for a certification.

Many times you will see these certification titles referenced with just the four letters, such as CCNA, but implying the CCNA-Routing & Switching certification.


The first and lowest level of certification is the Associate level:
The certifications at this level are titled CCNA-Routing & Switching, CCNA-WAN Switching, and CCDA.
Each of these three Associate level certifications has their own specific certification test:
Test #640-408 CCNA Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) (replaces 640-407)
Test #640-410 CCNA-WAN Cisco Certified Network Associate - WAN Switching
Test #640-425 CCDA Cisco Design Specialist (CDS)


The second level is the Professional level:
The certification at this level is titled CCNP-Routing & Switching, CCNP-WAN Switching, and CCDP
Each of these three Professional level certifications has a four test requirement (CCDP has additional requirements).
The first three test (can be combined into one exam):
Test #640-403 CCNP/CCDP Advanced Cisco Router Configuration (ACRC)
Test #640-404 CCNP/CCDP Cisco LAN Switch Configuration (CLSC)
Test #640-405 CCNP/CCDP Configuring, Monitoring, & Troubleshooting Dialup Services (CMTD)
or
Test #640-409 CCNP/CCDP Foundation Routing and Switching (FRS) (combines test 640-403, 404, & 405)
Plus one exam specific to the given type of certification at this level
Test #640-406 CCNP/CCDP Cisco Internetworking Troubleshooting (CIT)
?????? CCNP-WAN ?????
A fifth special test is required for CCDP certification (also previously passing test # 640-408)
9E0-004 CCDP Cisco Design Specialist Exam


The third and highest level of certification is the Engineering level:
The certification at this level is titled CCIE-Routing & Switching, CCIE-ISP Dial, and CCIE-Wan Switching
Each of these three Engineering level certifications has a written exam and a two day lab exam
The written exam must be passed before the Lab exam can be scheduled.
There are no
Lab #350-001 CCIE-R/S CCIE-R/S Certification Laboratory (Qualification Exam #350-001)
Lab #350-004 CCIE-ISP CCIE-ISP Dial Certification Laboratory (Qualification Exam #350-004)
Lab #350-007 CCIE CCIE WAN Switching Certification Laboratory (Qualification Exam #350-007)


Cisco has also added some new Specialty Certifications. Basically these new certifications are a specialty certification at the Professional level. Each of these specialty certifications has the prerequisite of the CCNP certification, and the requirement of passing an additional one to two exams. See Cisco's Web site for more information on these Specialty Certifications

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/10/wwtraining/certprog/special/course.html

Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of pageLink to this message   By Howard Grimm (Ohiotx) on Friday, April 09, 1999 - 03:49 pm:

The first and lowest level of certification is the Associate level:

Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of pageLink to this message   By Howard Grimm (Ohiotx) on Friday, April 09, 1999 - 03:53 pm:

remove the \b bold command


The first and lowest level of certification is the Associate level:

Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of pageLink to this message   By Howard Grimm (Ohiotx) on Friday, April 09, 1999 - 03:55 pm:

Remove the \1 First font size

The first and lowest level of certification is the Associate level:

Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of pageLink to this message   By Howard Grimm (Ohiotx) on Friday, April 09, 1999 - 04:16 pm:

Url link with test

the Cisco URL


the Cisco URL

in top frame with text????

the Cisco URL

in new window with text???

the Cisco URL

mail to link address with text

emal address

Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of pageLink to this message   By STEVE MOWVLEY (Steve) on Sunday, May 02, 1999 - 08:45 pm:

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