Yeah, that's for sure. That's technology and that's how it is. It's the same situation for every vendor. The only difference is that other vendors say "Ok, try if you can pass it. If not it's your money you wasted on the exam fees." and MikroTik wants everybody to attend the training again, even people who don't need the training as they use RouterOS on a daily basis and are aware of those changes. I understand your point (somehow), but from my perspective (a host), it's incredible hard to justify that. There are a lot of people in those training who attended a CCNA training long time ago. At Cisco a lot changed as well, but within 3 years, they just go to Pearson and recertificate and don't attend the training again. If they are not aware of what has changed, they fail and should think about a new training, but at least they have the chance to proof that they are up to date.uebi during those three years, we have introduced plenty of new features, changed some commands, removed things and completely reorganized how queues work. it's not "just sitting". it is keeping yourself up to date.
If you would have an option in your member's area, that somebody who has a certificate that is about to expire can recertify by taking the exam again for let's say € 50,- or whatever, than it would be easy money for you and people would recertify. I he/she fails I'll be delighted to make a reservation for him/her for our next training Think about that one!
I understood that correctly, we just have attendees who want to keep them both and they ask the same stupid question to me as I'm asking you. For a host it's just hard to tell anybody "Yeah, you know about NSSAs/PCQ/HTB/VPLS/whatever, now attend the MTCNA training for a couple of days of your precious time and give me some money to learn the basics." I just can't believe that somebody who passes an advanced training will ever fail in an MTCNA class, but still he has to attend it to keep that lower level certificate.you DO NOT HAVE TO RECERTIFY MTCNA if you have higher grade certificate. you must have misunderstood something.
Thanks for your reply!