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I had a quick question around this as well.
I received my JNCIE on 13th Feb 2015 but CertManager shows that it expires on 5th Feb 2024.
Will I still get an automatic Emeritus status or will I need to renew one more time?
Unfortunately, since the process is automated you will not quite make the 9 year Emeritus mark based on the dates you posted. You will have to recertify one more time to make it into Emeritus status. Keep in mind that Emeritus status is not the same as Active status and you can have both at the same time.
Emeritus does allow you to reactivate your E-level certificate, at any time, by completing one of the recertification process requirements for the P-level certification in the same track.
I hope this helps clarify.
Hi,How to recertify on emeritus status when all JNCIE and underlaying cert are expired ?Could we just take JNCIS-SP for example to recertify ?
Ronald,You can activate your emeritus E-level certification by taking and passing the P-Level exam associated with the track.https://juniper-training.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360055158273-Emeritus-Program-Frequently-Asked-Questions-You can find the methods for recertification using the following link;https://www.juniper.net/us/en/training/certification/recertification.html
Hi Josh,AFAIK,The JNCIP will require JNCIS as prerequisiteThen JNCIS will require JNCIA-Junos as prerequisite as wellFinally it will end up with 3 exams to activate JNCIE emeritus, is this true ?Or just need passing JNCIP exam ? And all underlying expired certs (JNCIA-Junos, JNCIS-SP, JNCIP-SP) will automatically activated ?
Ronald,When you are in emeritus you should only have to take the JNCIP-Level exam associated with your track to recertify/active your E-level cert. This will also activate your JNCIS and JNCIA in the same track. We waive the pre-reqs for the IP when you have an emeritus E-level in that track.Hope that helps clear that up for you
Hi Josh,Well notedThanks