CCDP requirements

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Jul 22nd, 2009

On the Cisco Cert web page , about CCDP prerequisites, it needs CCNA and CCDA. If i already have CCNP, (probably my CCNA is not active now, but it is deemed active after i passed my CCNP), so should i just need CCDA to sit in CCDA-Arch exam.

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Danilo Dy Wed, 07/22/2009 - 08:00

If your CCNA is currently active (whichever exam/certification extended it) its valid for any certification it is required as a pre-requisite (i.e. CCDP). Check online certification tool for requirement, they are already accurate now.

gaurav_dixit06 Mon, 08/03/2009 - 23:59

yes ,if you have done CCNP now then CCNA will activate again(it is call as Renew of your CCNA after getting your CCNP certification ) .for CCDP,I would like to suggest you to go first CCDA to build up your base. then go for CCDP exam .

about CCDP prerequisites u can be CCNA or CCDA as you told but ..I will Highly recommend to go after CCDA exam .it wil give you added advantage to understand and solve any designing problems.


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