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CCNA - Service provider vs CCNA - SP Operations

Apr 27, 2012 11:39 AM

burleyman 26 posts since
Dec 29, 2008

What is the big differance between the  CCNA - Service provider vs CCNA - SP Operations certifications?

 

I am planning on going for the CCNA - Service Provider cert and would like to know if anyone out there has taken the exam and what you used to study? If you did take this exam how would you say it ranked in diffaculty to any other certs you have?

 

Mike

  • Errol Hayward 9 posts since
    Aug 24, 2011
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    1. Apr 27, 2012 11:50 AM (in response to burleyman)
    Re: CCNA - Service provider vs CCNA - SP Operations

    Hi Mike,

     

    to answer your question on the difference between a CCNA Service Provider and CCNA Service Provider Ops...

     

    The CCNA Service Provider certification validates the basic knowledge and skills of a network engineer in the configuration, implementation, and verification of a baseline Cisco Service Provider IP Next-Generation network,

     

    ….while the CCNA Service Provider Ops certification validates the basic knowledge and skills a Tier 1 support engineer in the service operation, network management, and first-level network troubleshooting of a Cisco Service Provider IP Next-Generation network.

     

    Hope this helps.

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