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IPv6 Certification

Is there anyway, I can do IPv6 certification?  I know, from cisco perspective there is no such certification.  But I searched for a while on Google, found that few of the Service providers are providing such certification.

https://ipv6.he.net/certification/
http://www.ipv6forum.com/ipv6_education/

 

Can you suggest few of the best ways, so that I tell that I am IPv6 Certified?

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While I wouldn't discourage

While I wouldn't discourage anyone from playing with the he.net "certification", as it will walk you through some live IPv6 stuff in a fun and useful way, it won't carry much weight with prospective employers.  And it involves no Cisco-specific content.

-- Jim Leinweber, WI State Lab of Hygiene

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I would argue that if you

I would argue that if you have passed the newer CCNA, CCNP or CCIE certs then in effect you are IPv6 certified since these exams all cover IPv6.

I have done ccnp(but its

I have done ccnp(but its expired now).  I am planning for ccie written.

While I wouldn't discourage

While I wouldn't discourage anyone from playing with the he.net "certification", as it will walk you through some live IPv6 stuff in a fun and useful way, it won't carry much weight with prospective employers.  And it involves no Cisco-specific content.

-- Jim Leinweber, WI State Lab of Hygiene

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You can also take the IPv6

You can also take the IPv6 forum certified forum coursed from authorized training partners and pass their tests.

I will submit a few of these ATPs and you can get in touch with them. with the ccna, ccnp and ccie you can apply to the IPv6 forum for the certification. they may ask you to prove some real world experience so it will be good to have some. :)

As the configuration Syntax in IP and IPv6 are not much different in Cisco but i will urge you to learn the theory on IPv6 well.

 

Brent

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