02-06-2012 12:45 AM
actually my JNCIS-ER will be inactive by March 31, 2012.
Can i still get the JNCIS-ENT when the JNCIS-ER is inactive?
(as part of recertification, that requires the JNCIS-ER)
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02-06-2012 05:55 AM
Yes, your JNCIS-ER fulfills the prerequisite requirement for both the JNCIS-ENT and the JNCIP-ENT while it is in the Active (Certified) and Inactive statuses.
Since you already hold a JNCIS-ER, you can go directly for the JNCIP-ENT., If you earn the JNCIP-ENT, you are automatically granted a JNCIS-ENT, instead of your JNCIS-ER being renewed, as this is a legacy certification that is being phased out.
Please, visit our website for more information about the recertification process at http://www.juniper.net/us/en/training/certification/already-certified/recertification/.
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02-06-2012 09:38 AM
thanks for your reply.
At first i need to recertify the JNCIS Track, so the -ENT is my choice.
Maybe later i will take a look for the JNCIP.
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