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CCIP Certification

Cisco's CCIP certification is an international, vendor-neutral certification for computer support technicians. The CCIP certification proves your competency as a computer technician by measuring your skills in areas including IP routing, IP QoS, BGP, and MPLS. Cisco CCIP certified technicians are expected to have excellent customer service and communication skills to work with clients. The CCIP certification is a professional certification covering the end-to-end protocols used in large scale networks. Once the CCNA has been passed, candidates can earn their CCIP certification by passing 3 or 4 exams, depending on which route they choose.

To attain this certification tests must be passed in the areas of routing, BGP, MPLS, Quality of service and the routing exam from the CCNP track (642-901 BSCI) modified to 642-902 ROUTE.

Pass all of the following 4 exams
642-902 has replaced the 642-901 BSCI: Building Scalable Cisco Internetworks (BSCI) exam.



Requirements for the Cisco CCIP certification

Valid CCNA, any CCIE certifications such as CCIE Security or CCIE Routing and Swiching can act as a pre-requisite.

The certification requires you to pass the following 4 exams:

  • 642-902 ROUTE: Implementing Cisco IP Routing
  • 642-642 QOS: Quality of Service

If you would like to know more about CCIP exam, please visit the Cisco's CCIP exam page.

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