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    http://www.cnn.com/1999/TECH/computi...idg/index.html

    Interesting tip at the bottom of the above article for future CCIE test takers.

    I know fully well that CCIE is on the backburner. Its the only Cisco cert that you get for life and I know tis one of the hardest cert to get much like the RHCE.
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    This one is kinda genereal and the CCIE isnt actually on it, but gives you an overview of some certificatiosn and the difficulty level and hwo many people have them.

    http://certcities.com/editorial/feat...ditorialsID=37
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    Quote Originally Posted by KingK
    I know fully well that CCIE is on the backburner. Its the only Cisco cert that you get for life and I know tis one of the hardest cert to get much like the RHCE.
    Actually, you do need to recertify, by taking the written exam every 2 years...

    And I don't think RHCE is even comparable with CCIE...
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    Yeah, I don't think RHCE is nearly as hard nor worth as much. CCIE is still the premiere certification for the IT industry, and I don't see that changing within the next 10 years.

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    I thought CISSP was the primo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jlambert
    Should I get A+ in the process?
    if you are aiming high (like your post seems to indicate that you are considering all the steps to the top), there will be no need to take a+. it will just use up time and money that could be spend elsewhere.
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    Actually, you do need to recertify, by taking the written exam every 2 years...

    And I don't think RHCE is even comparable with CCIE...
    I jsut read that. Did they change it? I thought I read on the cisco site that CCIE was for life.

    I checked again and your right.

    That kind sucks though.
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