CCNA Certification length

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Nov 12th, 2008
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Is the current CCNA certification valid for 1 or 2 years? I want to renew my CCNP, as well, but I realize that I need an existing valid CCNA certification to do so.


I most recently passed the CCNA exam in February, 2007.

Correct Answer by scottmac about 8 years 4 months ago

Both are good for three years from the passing of your last required exam.


When you re-cert your NP, your NA will also renew.


If you are talking about a stand-alone exam expiration (a component exam for a certification), then it expires in two years from the pass date (i.e., certified, three years, not-yet-certified - Two years)



Good Luck

Scott


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scottmac Wed, 11/12/2008 - 11:46
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Both are good for three years from the passing of your last required exam.


When you re-cert your NP, your NA will also renew.


If you are talking about a stand-alone exam expiration (a component exam for a certification), then it expires in two years from the pass date (i.e., certified, three years, not-yet-certified - Two years)



Good Luck

Scott


aweise Wed, 11/12/2008 - 12:12
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Thanks! I had achieved my CCNP in 2002, but never had a chance to renew it before the three years were up.

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