3 Replies Latest reply: Jul 3, 2019 7:21 PM by Rigo - Community Moderator RSS

    Retired CCNP voice

    MOJMR

      ****o,


      I have retired CCNP voice certif but not expired. See the status. Is it still posible to transfer it to CCNP Collaboration by tating 300-075 only or would I have to start the track from beginning? Tank you.

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        • 1. Re: Retired CCNP voice
          Rigo - Community Moderator

          Hi Mojmr,

           

          Just to confirm - In your Certification Progress, what is the expiration date shown for your CCNP Voice certification?

           

          The last day for candidates to achieve the CCNP Voice certification was October 20, 2015, so anyone who achieved the certification on or before that day would have an expired certification by now. During the validity period of the CCNP Voice, candidates were able to pass the 300-075 CIPTV2 exam to migrate to CCNP Collaboration. However, if the CCNP Voice certification is expired, it would no longer be possible to migrate to CCNP Collaboration through a CIPTV2 exam pass.

           

          Regards,

          Rigo

          Cisco Learning Network Moderator

          • 2. Re: Retired CCNP voice
            MOJMR

            Status was updated from Certified to Expired in CCNP Voice as of Oct 22, 2016

            So, the track is lost? Since I can still see CCNP Voice blue, I hoped that it is still considered as fulfilled prerequisite. Complete branch A in the requirements is crossed out, I was not sure what it meant,

            • 3. Re: Retired CCNP voice
              Rigo - Community Moderator

              Hi Mojmr,

               

              Thanks for your response. Yes, unfortunately since your CCNP Voice expired in 2016, it would not be possible to convert to CCNP Collaboration by passing CIPTV2 exam. The box that is crossed out indicates that the requirement has expired or no longer valid as the CCNP Voice is expired. Since the box directly next to CCNP Voice is still shaded blue (per your screenshot) it looks like the system did not fully update correctly. However, the certification did expire on Oct 22, 2016.

               

              To achieve the CCNP Collaboration certification, you would need to complete the current exam requirements. However, as you may already know, the new CCNP Collaboration program will begin on Feb 24, 2020. If you pass any current CCNP Collaboration exam on or before Feb 23, 2020, you can receive credit toward the new CCNP Collaboration certification and you can also receive Specialist certifications on Feb 24. For more information, you can also refer to the CCNP Collaboration Migration Tool.

               

              Best of luck on your certification goals!

               

              Regards,

              Rigo

              Cisco Learning Network Moderator