CCIP Certification (Retired)
Retired October 29, 2012
Cisco Certified Internetwork Professional (CCIP) validates advanced knowledge and skills required to manage service provider infrastructures. With a CCIP certification, a network professional working in a service provider organization demonstrates competencies in infrastructure IP networking solutions. The CCIP curriculum includes IP routing, IP QoS, BGP, and MPLS.
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Retirement of CCIP Certification
Beginning October 29, 2012, Cisco CCIP certification will be retired and Cisco will no longer issue new certifications. Individuals interested in pursuing a professional-level Cisco Security certification are encouraged to obtain the Cisco CCNP Service Provider certification. Learn more
If you currently have a valid CCIP certification or in the process of pursuing a CCIP certification and would like to instead pursue a CCNP Service Provider certification, visit the CCIP-CCNP Service Provider Tool. The CCIP Migration Tool will assist in identifying the exams you will need to pass to earn a CCNP Service Provider certification.