Certexams.com updated netsim for ccna with the following:
1. Book marking of labs
2. Color coding labs so that a candidate would be able to identify labs that had been completed, under progress, and to be completed.
3. Progress indicator for a lab, which enables a user to view how much of the lab exercise has been completed and what is remaining.
Download the limited version of the netsim here:
The labsim consists of dozens of exercises that provide handson experience in designing and configuring networks using Cisco routers and switches. Commands like ping, trace route and ipconfig are also supported.
Anand software and training is releasing CCNA network simulator with designer with enhanced usability very shortly. The new features include the following :
- Ability to bookmark the labs so that a user would be able to return to the lab at a later time easily.
- Ability to mark the labs as 1) in progress, 2) yet to be completed, and 3)Completed. A user would be able to readily identity the lab status by looking at the colour coding.
- In addition, a progress score has been implemented that indicates the extent of lab that has been completed.
- It is possible to save the configuration and return at a later time to complete the rest of the lab.
CCheck out the software here :
CertExams.com recently updated its Juniper Network Simulator with Designer for JUNOS(TM) to include the following features:
- It is now possible for the users to:
- Bookmark the labs for reviewing later
- Color coding completed lab exercises, labs under progress, and labs yet to be attempted
- Progress bar: A progress bar indicates the extent of lab that has been completed, and what’s remaining. It indicates when the lab is successfully completed.
- A few bugs have been fixed
Download the software here:
Disclamer: CertExams.com is not associated with Juniper Systems. Juniper, JUNOS are the trademarks of Juniper Systems and duly acknowledged.
SimulationExams.com, examsims provider, released practice tests for Cisco CCENT™
The practice tests consists of 300+ most relevant questions with flash card explanation. The exam topics for CCENT are given below:
- Network Fundamentals 20% (weightage)
- LAN Switching Fundamentals 26%
- Routing Fundamentals 25%
- Infrastructure Services 15%
- Infrastructure Maintenance 14%
As it may be noted, the exam topics have been thoroughly revamped for the new CCENT exam. The exam code for CCENT is 100-105. CCENT, together with ICND2 contribute to CCNA certification. Alternatively, one can take CCNA certification exam directly by taking 200-125 exam.
Check out the website for the latest updates.
Disclaimer: SimulationExams.com is not associated with Cisco® Systems and CCENT™, CCNA™ are the trademarks of Cisco® and duly acknowledged.
On 8th September India put INSAT-3DR, an advanced weather satellite, weighing 2211 kg into Geostationary Transfer Orbit (GTO) using GeoSynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV-F05).
GSLV-F05 vehicle is configured with all its three stages including the CUS similar to the ones successfully flown during the previous GSLV-D5 and D6 missions in January 2014 and August 2015. GSLV-D5 and D6 successfully placed GSAT-14 and GSAT-6 satellites carried on-board in the intended GTOs accurately.
Hearty congratulations to the team behind the successful launch, and wish them all the best in coming years. India is proud of you!!
Photo Courtesy: http://www.isro.gov.in/
Read more here: http://www.isro.gov.in/launchers/gslv
CertExams.com, a leading netsim software developer, released Juniper Network Simulator with Designer after a thorough review. The new version of the software includes several updates to its command support, and the lab exercises. The new features include Host to router/switch communication and/or router/switch to host communication and troubleshooting. Additionally, it supports DHCP configuration on routers and enables DHCP info to be obtained by the hosts connected via Juniper router/switch network.
You may download the software from the website here:
The labs supported may be viewed here:
Disclaimer: Juniper JNCIA(R) is a registered trademark of Juniper Systems (R) and is duly acknowledged. Anand Software and Training or CertExams.com are not associated with Juniper Systems or any other company.
CertExams.com, a leading NetSim and LabSim provider, recently updated it’s A+ Lab Simulator. The recent update includes several new labs as well as bug fixes. The details are the update are as given below:
- Net Features:
- Labs illustrating Windows 7 control panel features
- Labs showing setting up remote desktop, etc.
- Labs on creating/editing/deleting users/user groups and changing premissions.
- Bug Fixes:
- Labs 1 and 2 have been corrected to show proper connectors
- A few grammatical errors have been corrected
You may download the software here:
The product detail is available here:
The available labs may be viewed here:
You may also be interested in Network+ Labsim
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CertExams.com recently updated its Network+ LabSim to include a couple of more features. The entire lab manual has been updated. The new update provides a progress bar that indicates, in real time, whether you are doing the lab exercise in the right way. A progress bar always compares your configuration commands with the answer file and provides instant feedback, should you go wrong.
This feature is particularly useful when a user is configuring complex labs (multiple device configurations) as he would get a feedback on his configuration at intermediate steps instead of waiting till the entire lab exercise is completed.
Another feature that had been implemented is the ability to remember the most recent lab that a user had completed, and commence from where he had left when the user logs in next time. In other words, a user will be prompted whether to start afresh or continue from the previous lab exercise. This is a good feature update as the lab manual contains dozens of exercises and it is difficult to complete the manual in a single sitting.
Lastly, a few of the mistakes in the lab manual had been fixed.
Please download the Network+ lab simulator. The demo version is free, and the full version is priced very effordably.
You may download Comptia Network+ virtual Labs and view available comptia labs.
CertExams.com has updated its Juniper JUNOS network simulator to support Graphical User Interface (GUI) based configuration similar to that of Juniper JWEB. The new software enables a user to configure Juniper networking devices such as a router or a swithc by using graphical interface. The advantage associated with graphical input is that a user doesn’t have to remember several CLI commands as in the case of CLI based configurations. It may be noted that the CLI command line interface still remains and quite useful in learning device configurations by networking professionals.
The software may be downloaded here:
We have added DHCP server functionality so that a router or a switch may be configured to work as DHCP server.
It is only software that is available for use in virtual networking environment and doesn’t any other software for working.
Other related software that one may be interested in trying is Juniper JNCIA exam simulator. This is useful for candidates appearing for Juniper JNCIA certification.
CertExams.com is an associate website of Anand Software and Training Pvt. Ltd., a Bangalore based company involved in the development of desktop and mobile apps.
Disclaimer: CertExams.com is not associated with Juniper Systems or any other company.
CertExams.com CCNA Netsim has been updated to simulate Cisco Configuration Professional (CCP) Graphical User Interface (GUI). The advantage of using CCP is that a user may configure a router or a switch by using graphical interface. A screenshot of the same is given below:
A GUI quickens the learning curve required by a network administrator by providing easy to configure graphical options (such as drop-down menu, etc), and one need not remember the conventional CLI commands. The GUI closely mimics the Cisco Configuration Professional (CCP) providing a simulated environment. It also enables a user to get hands-on experience in using Cisco’s most recent CCP graphical interface.
You may download the product here:
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