The Cisco/CompTIA Roadmap By Guest Authors March 20, 2012 Most people know that CompTIA is a leader of vendor-neutral IT certifications, but did you know that their certifications like the A+ and Network+ certs can apply to your Cisco CCENT and CCNA certs? Take a look: In this article CCNACertificationCiscoCompTIATechnologyA+ certificationCCENTCompTIANetwork+ certification Join the Conversation Cancel Reply Will not be published. Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. 2 comments Todd Irons 5 years ago Reply Hi, Do the A+ and Network+ certifications apply towards earning the CCENT and/or CCNA for the most recent 2013 versions? Leah Kirby 5 years ago Reply Todd, I checked with our Cisco sales engineers. They said while there’s a very logical transition from CompTIA to Cisco (especially Network+ to CCENT or CCNA R&S), there is no formal certification path. CompTIA certifications help you understand fundamental IT concepts from a vendor-neutral standpoint, which is beneficial when moving into the world of Cisco certifications.