Unsure if this has been asked before. Now that 642-691 BGP+MPLS is retired, is there and cisco equivalent without having to do the whole CCNP SP course? While I would love to do the whole CCNP-SP, it is not necessary and the knowledge would be lost. I work with a private rail network whos IP Backbone is now MPLS based and want to get up to speed as much as possible. I am already CCNA. I can easily work through all the ciscopress material but would like something that is a valid recognised certification if possible. (Justification for employer investment )
My suggestion is rather then doing whole certification of CCNA-SP and CCNP-SP just take a knowledge and directly go for CCIE-SP. So you will full knowledge about service provider track and also you get better opportunity in your career.
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