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    Default When was the CCNA Voice last upgraded?

    I'm mostly wondering because I was thinking about getting the CCNA Voice but I'm hesitant because the old exam my be replaced soon.
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    Pretty sure it was 2011 but I'm not 100% sure.
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    for most of the task you will do as a CCNA voice this exam will do. Its the CCNP Voice and CCIE collaboration that really focus on the technologies. Also new CCNP Voice exams coming soon. I was just with one of the course writers a few weeks ago.
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    That's good to know. I was planning on the CCNP Voice immediately after the NA/V. Do you know if the current CCNP Voice would decommission soon after or will there be sometime before that's completely replaced?
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    Quote Originally Posted by shodown View Post
    for most of the task you will do as a CCNA voice this exam will do. Its the CCNP Voice and CCIE collaboration that really focus on the technologies. Also new CCNP Voice exams coming soon. I was just with one of the course writers a few weeks ago.
    How soon are we talking for the new CCNP Voice? I just bought all the books for it
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    Quote Originally Posted by shodown View Post
    for most of the task you will do as a CCNA voice this exam will do. Its the CCNP Voice and CCIE collaboration that really focus on the technologies. Also new CCNP Voice exams coming soon. I was just with one of the course writers a few weeks ago.
    And Mike V mentioned he is working on a new CCNA V guide last week on cisco forums.
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    can't give to many details, but for ccna, ccnp v folks just get pass the current exam. The reality is that most of the companies are not really implementing a lot of the newer technologies anyway.
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    Are you sure you don't want to give us just a little bit of info shodown do you think we can mix and match old/current CCNP Voice exams with the new exams?
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    There was a thread recently on the CCNP Voice forum where Cisco had posted on their site that the last day to take ICOMM (current CCNA: V test) would be a certain date in I believe August. But, that information was removed the same day and has not been reposted as of the last time I checked. There was also a "Last Day to test" for the NP: V tests, but I don't remember what it was. This makes me suspect that Cisco intends to replace the NA: V and NP:V this year, but probably didn't intend to announce it yet. FWIW, if those dates were correct, that would give you a little over 6 months.
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