Certification Expiry

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Jun 24th, 2009
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Hi,


My CCNA certification is due to expire towards the end of this year and I passed the BCMSN exam a couple of weeks ago. When I look on the Certification Tracking site, My CCNA is still showing to expire in 2010 and I can't see the new expiry date of 3 years from passing my BCMSN anywhere on the site.


Please can someone advise where this new date should be displayed? Otherwise, I don't know when i need to pass my next exam by.


Also, when I pass my next CCNP exam, I assume I'll have another 3 years from that point to take another exam, before I lose everything. Is that right?


Thanks

Correct Answer by Brandon Buffin about 7 years 9 months ago

If you don't see the new date reflected on the certification tracking tool, open a case with certifications support. Each 642 professional level exam you pass, such as CCNP exams will extend your CCNA for 3 years from the date you pass the exam. It does not, however, extend your other CCNP exams. So, you will have 3 years from the date of passing your first CCNP exam to complete all exams for this certification.


Hope this helps.


Brandon

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Brandon Buffin Wed, 06/24/2009 - 04:47
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If you don't see the new date reflected on the certification tracking tool, open a case with certifications support. Each 642 professional level exam you pass, such as CCNP exams will extend your CCNA for 3 years from the date you pass the exam. It does not, however, extend your other CCNP exams. So, you will have 3 years from the date of passing your first CCNP exam to complete all exams for this certification.


Hope this helps.


Brandon

bjssccouser Wed, 06/24/2009 - 07:11
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"It does not, however, extend your other CCNP exams." I was actualy under the impression it did. I'd better get a move on, in that case!


Thanks for your help with this.

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