Just wanted to verify...I have a CCNA and CCNA Wireless....can I take CCNP Wireless...or do I have to get CCNP first and then take CCNA Wireless??
As Elvin mentioned above, since you mentioned that you have a valid CCNA Wireless certification then you have already fulfilled the pre-requisite requirement for CCNP Wireless. You can start testing for your CCNP Wireless exams.
Please visit the CCNP Wireless page for the exam requirements.
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Ok...so to follow up. for CCNP Wireless...is it all four exams or one or a combo? I expect its all four? Can I take a mix of older and newer exams between now and may? or will I have to re-take ones?
Its all 4. You can mix and match the old and new. May 11th is the last date you can take any of the old exams. There are no new study materials for the new exams as of yet. You can get the old study materials and use that as a base, but I would NOT recommend using them alone. Studying user and config guides are WLC, WCS and MSE 7.0 code will be a big benefit!
Thanks for the guidence. I have a lab I used for my CCNA that has swicthes and routers, and can use it at work...so I was lucky there. I have experience on the WLC and work with the Cisco wireless products, but can't really just play with them....its hard because there is not real simulator or test environment for wireless. Is there a high density of simulation questions in the CCNP wireless?
going over the types of questions may be seen as a violation of the NDA, so I don't want to go into too much detail. I've only taken the v1 tests. I have not taken any of the v2 tests so I really don't know.
Was not asking that...just asked the basic types as exams vary. And after reading more on ciscos exam pages they themselves list the types of questions for each exam. There is a sub catogory for each exam page that is called types of questions. So in the end cisco provide the information, Thanks