what i need to do CCVP ?

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I have CCNA and CCNP certificate from cisco and I want to do CCVP so should i do CCNA voice first ???
ASKED: November 25, 2009  5:19 AM
UPDATED: December 19, 2009  7:48 AM

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You need to be careful a the CCNA-Voice. You can choose between two tests to take to get your CCNA-Voice. One will also count towards you CCVP and one will not. Since you are planning on going for your CCVP it makes sense to take the C-Voice test (642-436). This will fullfil the CCNA-Voice requirements and put you one test towards your CCVP. To complete your CCVP you need to take the following addtional exams.

CIPT1 (642-446)
CIPT 2 (642-456)
QOS (642-642)
TUC (642-426)

You could also take the IIUC (640-460) test to get your CCNA-Voice but that does not count towards the CCVP other then to fulfill thet CCNA-Voice requirement. But like I said the C-Voice test takes care of that and counts towards the CCVP.

Here’s a link with more details:

http://cisco.com/web/learning/le3/le2/le37/le65/learning_certification_type_home.html

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  • Mohadbazzi47
    you mean I have to do 642-436 exam first the I can do CCVP ? what if I do 640-460?
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