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    yay i was right, all kneel to my righteousness
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    ... or not :p.

    How long are CCIE certifications valid for?

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    CCIE are 2 years
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    Time taken to get CCIE from scratch = at least 4 years
    Length of Certification = 2 years....

    that's just silly.

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    lengths of lots of certifications http://www.certmag.com/issues/jan02/...ogramtable.cfm
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    thx for everyones inpout, im looking over some study guies, and If i got any questions, Ill ask right here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beefy
    Time taken to get CCIE from scratch = at least 4 years
    Length of Certification = 2 years....

    that's just silly.
    Since there are only like 3000-4000 CCIE's in the world the majority of whom work for Cisco. usually once you get it you can keep your CCIE # on your business card forever.. but generally it good until they change the exam which is every 2-3 years.

    Microsoft is weird with the MCSE cert they are good until they retire your certification. A friend of mine who got his MCSE in NT 3.5 had a valid cert for over 6 years, while many people who certified on NT4 got much less time out of it. I believe they just retired the NT4.0 MCSE's so i don't technically even have that cert anymore..

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