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JanLaTourette
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CertManager Conversion for P-Level and E-Level Recertifications Underway

This is to inform you that the CertManager system conversion that reflects your recertified professional-level and expert-level credentials is underway and will continue over the long weekend. We had originally expected that the conversion would be completed by August 31, 2011, however due to system constraints with our vendor it is taking longer than expected. We anticipate that all your records will be updated by close of business Wednesday, September 7, 2011. We thank you for your patience.

 

Jan LaTourette

JNCP Communications & Operations

 

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Kosuke
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Re: CertManager Conversion for P-Level and E-Level Recertifications Underway

Hi,

 

By what rule is JNCIE-SP Cert-ID given to us?

 

My JNCIE-M Cert-ID is #731, I see my JNCIE-SP Cert-ID is #1208 at my certmanager just now.

I think that 1208 is too large.

 

Regards,

Kosuke Kawamura

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Kosuke
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Re: CertManager Conversion for P-Level and E-Level Recertifications Underway

Hello Jan,

 

Is my following recognition right?

" Almost all JNCIE-M holders were got JNCIP-SP certification and renew the JNCIE-SP,
  and too many lab exam candidates were passed JNCIE-SP after June 3, 2011.
  The number of those JNCIE-SP holders has exceeded at least 1208 persons.  "

 

Regards,

Kosuke Kawamura

JNCIP-M #1159

JNCIE-M #731

JNCIP-SP #????

JNCIE-SP #1208 ?

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Kosuke
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Re: CertManager Conversion for P-Level and E-Level Recertifications Underway

Hi JNCP team,

 

 

Please reply...

 

or My English text is wrong grammar to confused you?

 

 

 

Regards,

Kosuke Kawamura

JNCIE #731 (JNCIE-M #731, JNCIE-SP #1208)

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JCert
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Re: CertManager Conversion for P-Level and E-Level Recertifications Underway

Hi Kosuke,

 

See this thread - http://forums.juniper.net/t5/Training-Certification-and/About-JNCIE-SP-cert-id/td-p/111830

 

If you have more questions, feel free to ask.

 

Regards,

Kieran Milne

Tech Lead, JNCP

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Kosuke
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Re: CertManager Conversion for P-Level and E-Level Recertifications Underway

Hi,

 

Thank you reply:smileyvery-happy:

 

However, Your answer did not solve my question.

My questions are following, and my JNCIP-SP passed day is June 18, 2011.

 

 

1) My JNCIE-M Cert-ID is #731 and JNCIE-SP Cert-ID is #1208.

     I think that JNCIE-SP Cert-ID #1208 is too large.

 

 

2) Is my following recognition right?

    " Almost all JNCIE-M holders were got JNCIP-SP certification and renew the JNCIE-SP,
      and too many lab exam candidates were passed JNCIE-SP after April 22, 2011 (JNCIP-SP exam available day).
      The number of those JNCIE-SP holders has exceeded at least 1208 persons.  "

 

 

3) What is the Cert-ID of the person who got JNCIE-SP at the First?

 

 

4) "The largest thing in Cert-ID of present JNCIE-M" + "Present JNCIP-SP or JNCIE-SP certification person's total" = JNCIE-SP Cert-ID ?

 

 

5) "When a JNCIE-SP Cert-ID was given to  certified JNCIE-SP holders at once last month,

      the JNCP team carried out operation based on the JNCIP-SP certification date. "

 

     If the above-mentioned is right, I will think that my JNCIE-SP Cert-ID is too large,

     because I cannot think that hundreds of JNCIE-M holders takes JNCIP-SP exam and passed it during about only two months.

 

 

 

Regards,

Kosuke Kawamura

JNCIE #731 (JNCIE-M #731, JNCIE-SP #1208)

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