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CCNA (abbreviated as Cisco Certified Network Associate) is a reputed IT-related certification from Cisco Systems and the CCNA certification is an associate-level Cisco Career certification.
The Cisco exams have been revised several times to the changing IT trends and in 2013, Cisco published an update to its certification program that aligns certification and practice curricula with emerging industry job roles. There are now several different types of Cisco-certified Network Associate, with CCNA Routing and Switching being most like to the original CCNA focus; other sorts of CCNA focus on security, collaboration, security operations, design, data center technologies, service providers, and wireless.
Networking refers to the practice of connecting different devices and systems together to share resources and information. It involves the use of various hardware, software, and protocols to create and maintain communication channels between devices. There are different types of networks, including local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), and wireless networks.
A Cisco Certified Network Professional (shortened as CCNP) is a professional in the IT field who has accomplished the professional level of Cisco Career Certification. Moreover, there are currently several tracks of professional certifications in Cisco Career Certifications, which are; CCDP, CCNP Cloud, CCNP Collaboration, CCNP data center, CCNP routing and switching, CCNP Security, CCNP service provider, and CCNP Wireless.
Starting from February 2020, entrance certification will not be required to attempt the CCNP exams however, relevant entry-level certifications need to be claimed in advance if someone needs to attempt the Professionals level exams.