What is the difference between a CCNA and a CCNP? (1 Viewer)


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Nov 26, 2020
CCNA certifications are the most sought-after career credentials which demonstrate an individual’s ability to install, configure, operate, and troubleshoot routed and switched networks. CCNA certifications are available in eight prominent areas namely: Cloud, Collaboration, Data Center, Industrial/IoT, Routing and Switching, Security, Service Provider, and Wireless. CCNP is an intermediate level certification that is aimed at professionals who work with local or wide area network (LAN or WAN) infrastructure. This certification demonstrates an individual’s ability to plan, implement, verify, and troubleshoot LANs and WANs. CCNA is an Associate level certification whereas CCNP is a professional level Cisco certification. CCNA doesn’t require any prerequisite for undertaking the exam while CCNP requires a candidate to be either certified in CCNA or possess a CCIE certification in any track. To get your CCNA prep course online enrol with SPOTO the best choice for your CCNA dumps which will help you pass your exam.
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