Thursday, 22 June 2017

Credit for Cisco Certification towards Network Virtualization Certification

We’ve written before about how qualified Cisco certified candidates can use a CCNA, CCNP, or CCIE certification to meet part of the requirements for certification in our Network Virtualization certification track, specifically the VMware Certified Professional 6 – Network Virtualization (VCP6-NV) and VMware Certified Advanced Professional 6 – Network Virtualization Deployment (VCAP6-NVDeploy).
Once you’ve reviewed the requirements for the certification you’re interested in, follow these steps to submit proof of your Cisco certification.
1.     Visit the Cisco Certification Tracking System Tool.
2.     Select ‘Login with Cisco.com ID’ and use your Cisco Username/Password
3.     Once logged in, select ‘Publish Credentials’ towards the end of the page
4.     Email your Cisco credentials to yourself


Once you’ve received the credentials from Cisco, please email our certification support team with the following information:
  • Your name and email address
  • The URL and Authorization Code specific to this credential verification from Cisco
    • Note: these authorizations expire, so make sure you do it before the date given
  • Your VMW Candidate ID (if you know it).
VMware Lab Rentals, provides effective VCIX-NV and VCAP6-NV labs for practising. Our labs are configured in such a way that it will give you a real time exam environment. If used along with our workbook step by step instructions, you can easily get familiar with the real exam scenarios which will keep you more comfortable and confident. If you want to try our lab, you are welcome to take our 15 minutes free complete lab session. Please contact us on info@vmwarelablrentals.com to book for trial sessions and we will get back to you at the earliest with the availability.

Reference - https://blogs.vmware.com/services-education-insights/2017/05/certification-insights-get-credit-cisco-certification-towards-vmware-network-virtualization-certifications.html


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