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My CCNP expire, is there any way to take CCIP SP?

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Hi all

My CCNP cert was expired on the last year 2014. Now i want to take CCIE SP write, do i have to go back from CCNA?

Could you help to share information to me

Thanks all

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Correct... CCIE level does not have a prerequisite besides the Written portion before the Lab.

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Really, do you have any link to the information?

Thanks

Oh my... I suggest you start off with your CCNA as you clearly lack the capacities to become a CCIE if you can't even google or search the official Cisco website for the prerequisites to become a CCIE.

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mickeybui, not sure why you would question our answers to you, but if you do not believe what we tell you is true then I'd suspect you would take the time and go to the location that you would get the answers like this very quickly "Cisco's Certification website" however in the spirit of a sharing and caring forum and community I'll post the link for you and a snapshot of the exact answer your looking for.

 

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Really, do you have any link to the information?

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Read above, and if you still find yourself in lack of information, you could click

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