[Discussion / Help] CCSP/CCIP/CCDP/CCVP/CCNP Difference
CCSP: Cisco Certified Security Professional means proficient or familiar with the security knowledge of the Cisco network. obtain
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Certified network people can protect and manage their network infrastructure to increase productivity and reduce costs. Certified content focuses on secure VPN management, Cisco Adaptive Security Device Manager (ASDM), PIX Firewall, Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA), Intrusion Prevention System (IPS), Cisco Security Agent (CSA)
And how to integrate these technologies into a unified, integrated network security solution.
CCDP: Cisco Certified Design Professional
It is Cisco's second certification for pre-sales design support engineers and is the highest level of certification. Ability to use the network knowledge you need to design, configure, and operate equipment for complex LAN, WAN, and switched LANs.
CCVP: Cisco Certified Voice Professional
A certification for IT professionals responsible for configuring and maintaining the Internet Protocol Telephony System, which combines several Cisco IP phone certifications previously available to experts.
CCIP: Cisco Certified Internetwork Professional
It is Cisco's professional level certification. CCIP-certified personnel have extensive network knowledge and can provide IP network solutions for large ISP organizations. CCIP certification requires a deep understanding of the various technologies used in large ISP networks, such as IP.
Routing, IP QoS, BGP, MPLS. CCNP: Cisco Certified Network Professional
Indicates that certified personnel have extensive network knowledge. CCNP-certified professionals can install, configure, and operate LAN, WAN, and dial-up access services for large enterprise networks with 100 to 500 nodes.