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  • 1.  Prerequisite certification for JNCIP-ENT

    Posted 02-15-2012 02:21

    Understand that the prerequisite certification for JNCIP-ENT is either JNCIS-ENT or JNCIS-ER.

    However, JNCIS-ER has been retired since few months ago, does it still available for the option?


    Anyone could answer me? Thanks!


  • 2.  RE: Prerequisite certification for JNCIP-ENT

    Posted 02-15-2012 07:17

    Hello Boon,


    The JNCIS-ER is no longer available.  WE accept it as pre-req for JNCIP-ENT as many people achieved this certification while the exam was still available.  However, if you do not have it already you will need to do the JNCIS-ENT.  Also, please be aware that the JNCIA-Junos is required for the JNCIS-ENT.





  • 3.  RE: Prerequisite certification for JNCIP-ENT

    Posted 02-15-2012 18:16

    Hello Liz,


    Sorry, i got confused. Please pardon me to list down my questions point by point.


    1. For JNCIP-ENT:

    Means that the only option for JNCIP-ENT, is to certify with JNCIS-ENT. Because JNCIS-ER is no longer available, even i was holding this certification before, right?


    2. For JNCIS-ENT:

    I still have to take the prerequisite certification JNCIA-JUNOS, right?

    Just FYI, i have JNCIS-ER, JNCIA-EX, JNCIS-M.


    So the following options are valid currently, right?


    Prerequisite certification: JNCIA-Junos
    Acceptable substitutions: JNCIA-ER, JNCIS-ER, JNCIA-EX, JNCIA-M, and JNCIS-M.



    3. For JNCIE-SP:

    Currently, i am JNCIE-M holder, i should only certify with JNCIP-SP in order to take advantage for JNCIE-SP, right?

  • 4.  RE: Prerequisite certification for JNCIP-ENT
    Best Answer

    Posted 02-17-2012 14:50

    Boon Siong,


    Let me try to answer point by point.

    1. To be JNCIP-ENT certified you must have either a JNCIS-ENT or JNCIS-ER.  Either will work as the pre-req.  Looking in your records I see that you have a JNCIS-ER so you do not have to take the JNCIS-ENT.  Your JNCIS-ER certification is valid until Oct 27, 2012.
    2. You do not have to take the JNCIA-Junos since you have JNCIS-ER already - as well as JNCIA-ER, JNCIA-EX and JNCIS-M.  All are acceptable for the Associate pre-req requirement as long as they are not expired. 
    3. Correct - you only have to take the JNCIP-SP exam and your JNCIE-M will be recertified as a JNCIE-SP.  You will keep you JNCIE-M cert number of 937.

    Hope that is more clear.