02-16-2011 07:06 AM
The JNCIP-SP exam is written, with scenario-based questions. Full details are here - http://forums.juniper.net/t5/Training-Certificatio
JNCIP-M cert holders will get to keep their cert numbers.
Tech Lead, JNCP
03-30-2011 03:05 PM
One way to say it is yes, the JNCIP-SP will renew your JNCIP-M/T.
Technically though, what will happen is as you renew, you will also be transitioning over from the M to the SP track.
04-05-2011 05:29 PM
Pre-req for the JNCIP-SP certification is the JNCIS-SP or JNCIS-M/T. You can see more detials here http://www.juniper.net/us/en/training/certificatio
05-28-2011 11:14 AM
Sorry, but I did not understand if JNCIP-SP will have number or not
in case of re-certification JNCIP-M -> JNCIP-SP. Will it keep my cert
number, or JNCIP-SP is just an exam with no number in certiicate,
and it will be incorrect to append an old JNCIP-M number to it?
05-29-2011 08:15 AM
Correct, you will recertify your JNCIP-M by passing the JNCIP-SP supporting written exam.
If you earn the JNCIP-SP in order to renew your JNCIP-M, your JNCIP-M number transfers to your JNCIP-SP certification. This indicates that you have earned the JNCIP-SP certification by passing the supporting written exam (for recertification) and the JNCIP-M supporting lab based exam.
For example, if you are JNCIP-M #45 and you recertify by passing the JNCIP-SP supporting exam, you become JNCIP-SP #45.
Candidates earning the JNCIP-SP with no JNCIP-M are not issued a number for their JNCIP-SP certification. This indicates they've earned their JNCIP-SP only by passing the supporting written exam.