I have two certifications, JNCIA-EX and JNCIS-ENT. I will recertify my JNCIS-ENT this year and my JNCIA-EX will expire in November. Will I ever have to do the JNCIA-JUNOS certification for keeping my JNCIS-ENT active? Or was is sufficient that I once had the JNCIA-EX?
As long as your S is still valid you will never need to go back and retake the A level.
Taking a high level certification is enough.
If you take JNCIP-ENT, you no longer need to re-take JNCIS, just JNCIP (or JNCIE).
No need to take JNCIA as long as you have JNCIS certificate.
You may take the JNCIP-ENT. Here is the link for related resources:
Here are the resources recommended for JNCIP:
See link for more info:
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