What is the Difference b/w CCIP & CCNP-Service Provider ??
It seems like Cisco is going to change its Certification paths.. So that all proffessional Level certifications will might be entitled as "CCNP-<sub-track name>" format. It is assuming that in coming days....... CCSP will be replaced by CCNP-Security, CCVP is already been replaced by CCNP-Voice and Hopefully CCIP will be replaced by CCNP-Service Provider. You can also see that CCIP QoS Paper will expire in 18th feb 2011 and there is no substitue announced for it yet. see it here: http://www.cisco.com/web/learning/le3/le2/le37/le8/learning_certification_type_home.html
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