Several Facts about Major Differences between CCNA and CCNP
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Several Facts about Major Differences between CCNA and CCNP

Gurgaon : India | Feb 04, 2013 at 2:56 AM PST
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Both CCNA and CCNP are two prestigious titles of IT field and there are some differences as per their levels and the person’s specialties shown through them.

CCNA and CCNP stands for Cisco Certified Network Associate and Cisco Certified Network Professional. These terms are well known terms in IT field as they are one of the respected and admired certifications. First of all, to get Cisco Certified, a person must go with strenuous and written exams as well as lab exams. There are altogether five rounds of tests which show the expertise degree of the person. CCNA approves the profound comprehension as well as potential competence to work with medium-ranged route and buttoned systems. It also shows the person’s competence to install and activate systems of a network. Likewise, CCNP approves aptitude to uphold area’s networks, that is LAN and WAN. It also shows the person’s competence to work with experts on advanced solutions like security, wireless and voice.

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