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  • 1.  JNCIP - Eligibility ??

    Posted 10-20-2011 04:10
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    Dear friends,

    Currently i have  JNCIS-ER  and JNCIA-ER as active certifications.   And I want to appear for JNCIP-SP . Will i be elibigle directly or do i need to first give JNCIS-SP ???


    My Certmanager is showing that i am eligible . but it contradicts with the eligibility criteria mentioned on website.



    Service Provider Routing and Switching, Professional (JNCIP-SP) 



    Can Anyone confirm it????







  • 2.  RE: JNCIP - Eligibility ??

    Posted 10-20-2011 05:21



    The JNCIA and JNCIS-ER make you eligible for the JNCIS-SP.


    Do you also hold a JNCIS-M or JNCIS-SP? If so, you are eligible for the JNCIP-SP.




    Tyler (Shields) Buchinski
    Juniper Networks Certification Program
    Kudos are always appreciated!

  • 3.  RE: JNCIP - Eligibility ??

    Posted 10-20-2011 05:49

    I do Hold JNCIS-M  but it has expired (Inactive status on certmanager) in March 2011... will it fullfill pre-requisite for JNCIP-SP ???


    if no.. than can you explain why cert manager is showing me as eligible for JNCIP-SP ?? (Check the snapshot attached in previous post)



  • 4.  RE: JNCIP - Eligibility ??

    Posted 04-30-2012 14:54

    I too Have a expired JNCIS-M and cert manager states i am eligble for JNCIP-SP , is this the case or just a software bug ?

  • 5.  RE: JNCIP - Eligibility ??

    Posted 05-01-2012 05:09



    This is being resolved in a private message.



  • 6.  RE: JNCIP - Eligibility ??

    Posted 05-01-2012 21:42

    Just to update all,


    If your Certmanager is showing any previous certification (which is a pre-requisite for your future ceritifcation) as "INACTIVE" . it can be used for any re-certification or new ceritifications.   


    However if your cert manager is showing them as "EXPIRED" , they cannot be used to fullfill a pre-requisite.


    I have cleared JNCIP-SP in december & recieved its ceritificate as well 🙂


    Hope it will clearify all confusions.





    - Asad

  • 7.  RE: JNCIP - Eligibility ??
    Best Answer

    Posted 05-03-2012 09:30

    Thanks Asad for closing this out and congrats on your certification!


    To all, there is a detialed explaination on the different cert status's can be found here