jcrussell Mon, 03/24/2008 - 10:09

If your CCNA is expired, then you must get it again before becoming a CCNP. If you kept up your CCNA, then you just need to get the CCNP.

keeleym@o2.ie Mon, 03/24/2008 - 13:11

Hi There

Just to be clear. If you have passed your CCNA in 2003 and did not recertify to keep it up to date, then unfortunately it has expired and in Cisco's eyes you are no longer CCNA certified.

This does not prevent you from sitting the four CCNP exams, BUT even if/when you successfully pass all four exams, you will not be CCNP certified until you sit and successfully pass the CCNA exam again.

To be considered as CCNP certified you must hold a valid CCNA certification and have passed the four modules of the CCNP track.

Best Regards,

Michael

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